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13 Colonies Simulation

Government and Politics choice 1

The landed gentry refuse to accept your chosen leaderfighting breaks out; you lose 10 men.

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Government and Politics choice 2

Your settlers are not please with the government but all they do is complain.

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The First Winter choice 2

A terrible storm destroys your settlement. Unless you have 2 carpenters, you do not get rebuilt before winter. You lose of your colony to winter.

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The First Winter choice 9

You are almost out of food. Two of your men turn out to be great hunters. If you have a barrel of salt to cure the meat then your food problems are solved. If not, lose 5 settlers.

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The First Winter choice 3

You lose of your settlers to starvation.

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The First Winter choice 10

You are almost out of food. If you have a family of landed gentry, a ship comes to restock your food supplies. Double your food supply.

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The First Winter choice 4

An early storm blows inif you built at least 2 shelters, you dont lose any settlers. You lose 5 settlers if you dont.

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The First Winter choice 11

You cannot keep enough wood stocked to heat the settlement. You lose half of your colony.

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The First Winter choice 5

If you built a wall around your settlement, you are safe during an Indian attack. If not, you lose 10 people.

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The First Winter choice 12

You need 50 blankets to survive. If you have a loom and a weaver, your problem is solved. If not, 10 people die.

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The First Winter choice 6

Cholera breaks out. If you have a doctor in the settlement, you dont lose any settlers. If you dont, you lose the women, children, and 10 men.

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The First Winter choice 13

You are almost out of food. You lose 5 settlers before the problem is solved.

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The First Winter choice 7

Hunting supplements your food supplyif you brought at least 2 barrels of ammunition. If you didnt, lose 10 colonists.

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The First Winter choice 14

You lose 10 settlers due to bad weather.

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Round FivePlanting: Click on the number of your choice. Copy and paste the information. Then make changes on the slides as needed. Type in what was gained and what was lost.

Choice 1Choice 2Choice 3Choice 4Choice 5Choice 6Choice 7

Gained

Lost 15Round SixThe Natives: Click on the number of your choice. Copy and paste the information. Then make changes on the slides as needed. Type in what was gained and what was lost.

Choice 1Choice 2Choice 3Choice 4Choice 5Choice 6Choice 7

Gained

Lost Round SevenThe first winter: Click on the number of your choice. Copy and paste the information. Then make changes on the slides as needed. Type in what was gained and what was lost.

Choice 1Choice 8Choice 2Choice 9Choice 3Choice 10Choice 4Choice 11Choice 5Choice 12Choice 6Choice 13Choice 7Choice 14

Gained

Lost

After the first year: How many survived?

Total the amount of supplies you have remaining. Salt, limes, vegetable seeds, and food count in the food category. Divide the food amount you have remaining by 20. The number you get tells you the total number of colonists you can afford to feed. Total the number of colonists you have remaining.

Use the following formula to help you determine the number of survivors.

__________ + __________ + __________ = __________ amount of animals amount of food amount of water Divide by 20 to get remaining (pounds) remaining (pounds) remaining (pounds) the number of colonists you can feed

__________ - __________ = __________ number of number of number of colonists remaining colonists you can survivors feed

Was your colony successful?

What would make a colony successful?

What factors impacted your survival?

What factors could you plan for?Time Management

Determine how many hours in a day a typical colonist spends on the following activities. Make a pie graph using all the following activities (remember your hours must equal 24 hours).

Hunting Preparing food Preserving food Farming Reading Praying Writing Building a shelter Making clothes/blankets Tending to livestock/poultry Laundry Weaving Baking Guarding the colony Sleeping Time Management GraphWhat environmental, technological, and social considerations do you need to factor into your decisions?

What did you learn about settling a new country. Dont forget to include the number of settlers, type of settlers, possible dangers, etc. Sometimes, no matter how well youve planned, accidents happen and the colony fails.

Captain Jones overloads the cargo bay by adding 25 indentured servants thus slowing down the trip by 5 days.

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Government and Politics choice 3

Your government functions well.

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