By: Teri Beckner & Kristen Robertson
Modified by Janette Henry Dec. 2003
Your expertise is needed immediately! We need three historians to report on the 13 original colonies. The information you provide will be used to teach others about colonial times. Through researching the colonization of America, you will discover the similarities and differences of the Southern, Middle and New England Colonies. For each region you will uncover the hardships that the settlers faced while creating a new life that was accepting of everyone. You will discover the challenges they faced territorial, differences and similarities, and religious factors.
After analyzing your findings, your team will create a Venn Diagram and a timeline to illustrate the colonization period.
The task is to identify and make discoveries of the 13 original colonies. You will uncover this information through research. Your final report will include:
American History Timeline
6. Additional Information
The 13 Colonies Children in Colonial Times Room 20's Colonial Page Slavery in New England
Diversity Colonial Schooling Life in Colonial Times The English Colonies
Women of the Thirteen Colonies
Black History in the Colonies
Fun Stuff to Do
Clip Art for Power Point
Acclaim Clip Art 13 Colonies Clip Art 2
13 Colonies Clip Art 50 States Flags
Your team will be given two grades for this project. One grade will be an individual grade and the second will be a grade for the group. The following rubrics will used for assessment.
You will have a better understanding of how the 13 original colonies were founder after completing this WebQuest. You will have learned about the three regions, religion, slavery and how to work collaboratively as a team.