U.S. History

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  •  US History  Table of Contents Chapter 2 to 3 Early Republic & Growth of a Young Nation

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    1 8/19 Essay: Famous Person 25
    2 8/19 Questions: Battle of Lexington 5
    3 8/22 Interpreting Quotes 5
    4 8/23 Assessment: Battle of Lexington 20
    5 8/23 Analysis: Declaration of Independence p.54-55 5
    6 8/24 Reading Notes: Legacy of the War p.58 5
    7 8/29 Constitution Handbook p.84 5
    8 8/30 Principle of the Constitution 1-3 5
    9 8/31 Constitution Handbook: Preamble & Article 1 p.84 5
    10 8/31 Constitution Handbook: Articles 2 & 3 p.90 5
    11 9/1 Constitution Handbook: The Bill of Rights p.96 5
    12 9/7 Vocab: Key Terms for Early Republic p.74 5
    13 9/12 Reading Notes: Washington Takes Office 5
    14 9/13 Timeline: Challenges to the New Government 5
    15 9/15 Timeline: The Federalists in Charge (Adams’ Prez) 5
    16 9/15 Reading Notes: Jefferson Era p.112 5
    17 9/19 Reading Notes: The Age of Jackson p.120 5
    18 9/20 T-Chart: Jeffersonian Jeffersonian v. Jacksonian

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  •  US History  Table of Contents Chapter 4 Union in Peril 

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    1 9/26 Video Questions: Story of Us Division 5
    2 9/28 Vocab: Union in Peril p.156 5
    3 9/29 Map: Underground Railroad p.159 5
    4 9/29 Process: Union in Peril p.156-189 5
    5 9/30 Quick Write: Divisive Politics of Slavery p.156-165 5
    6 10/4 Primary Source: Lincoln-Douglas Debates 5
    7 10/5 Final Draft: Lincoln-Douglas Debates 25
    8 10/6 Cause & Effect Civil War Begins p.168 5
    9 10/7 Map & Questions: States Choose Sides 5
    10 10/10 T-chart: Moral and Military Effects of the Emancipation Proclamation p.172 5
    11 10/11 Questions: The North Takes Charge p.175 5
    12 10/11 Map Q’s: Slave Population in the United States 5
    13 10/13 Timeline: Ulysses S Grant & Questions 5
    14 10/14 Reading Notes: Legacy of the War p.182  5
    15 10/14 Video Notes: Story of Us “Civil War” 5
    16 10/14 Quiz: Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation 25
    17 10/17 Reading Notes: Rebuilding the Union (Political) 5
    18  10/18 Process: Reconstruction and its effects p.184 5
    19  10/19 Primary Source: Johnson Impeachment / KKK 5
    20  10/19 Video Notes: Civil War & Reconstruction 5
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  •  US History  Table of Contents Chapter 6, 7,8  Industrial Age & Immigrants / Urbanization and Discrimination 

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    1 10/24  Vocab: New Industrial Age p.230-249 5
    2 10/24 Reading Q’s: Expansion of Industry p.230 5
    3  10/24  Reading Q’s: Age of the Railroads p.236 5
    4 10/26 Quiz: Age of The Railroads p.236 14
    5 10/26 Project: The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky 50
    6 10/28 Reading Qs’: Big Business and Labor p.241 5
    7 10/31 Geo App: The Changing Labor Force 5
    8 10/31 Primary Source: Andrew Carnegie 5
    9 11/1 Primary Source: John D. Rockefeller 5
    10 11/1 Primary Source: Creating Labor Poster 5
    11 11/2 Ch 7 Vocab: Immigration and Urbanization p.254 5
    12 11/3 Ch7 Reading Q’s: New Immigrants p.254 5
    13 11/3 Ch7 Map: Immigrations p.255 5
    14 11/4 Ch7 Primary Sources: Ellis Island 5
    15 11/7 Reading Q: Challenges of Urbanizations p.262 5
    16 11/8 Ch7 Geo App: Industry and Urban Growth 5
    17 11/8 Ch7 Map: Urbanization of America p. A39 5
    18 11/9 Quiz: How the other half lives 10
    19 11/9 Reading Q’s: Politics in the Gilded Age p.267 5
    20 11/10 RA: Politics in the Gilded Age p.267 5
    21 11/10 Primary Source: Shame of the City 5
    22 11/10 Primary Source: William Marcy “Boss” Tweed 5
    23 11/14 Ch8 Reading: Expanding Public Education p.282 5
    24  11/15 Primary Source: Lynching and the Excuse for it & American lives- W.E.B. du Bois 5
    25 11/16 Ch8 Reading Q’s: Segregation & Discrimination p.286 5
    26 11/17 RT: Segregation & Discrimination p.286 5
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  • US History  Table of Contents Chapter 9, Progressive, 10 American Imperialism, 11 WWI

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    1 11/28 PowerPoint: Progressive Era p.306-312 5
    2 11/29 FRQ: Progressive Era p.306- 312 20
    3 12/1 PowerPoint: America Imperialism p.342-367 5
    4 12/2 FRQ: American Imperialism p.342-367 20
    5 12/5 Ch11 Reading Q: World War I Begins p.372 5
    6 12/6 Ch11 Reading Q’s: American Power Tips the Balance p.381-387 5
    7 12/7 Ch11 Notes: The War at Home p.388 5
    8 12/8 Reading Q’s: Wilson fights for Peace p.398 5
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  •  US History  Table of Contents Chapter 12 to 15 1920’s and the Great Depression

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    1 1/9 Reading Q’s: Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues p.412- 418 5 5
    2 1/10 Primary Source: Vanzetti’s Speech to the Jury 5 5
    3 1/10 Reading Q: Harding Presidency p.419-421 5 5
    4 1/11 Notes: Business of America 422-427 5 5
    5 1/12 Geo: Auto Industry 5 5
    6 1/12 Project: Henry Ford & Advertisement 20 20
    7 1/13 Quiz: American Struggle & Business 12.1 to 12.3 12 12
    8 1/18 Video Notes: Ford “The New Machine” 5 5
    9 1/19 Reading Q: Changing ways of life p.434 5 5
    10 1/19 Analyze: The Scopes Trial 5 5
    11 1/20 Video Notes: Story of Us: 1920s Boom 5 5
    12 1/24 Political Cartoon: Prohibition 5 5
    13 1/24 Reading Notes: Twenties Woman p.440 5 5
    14 1/25 Reading Notes: Education and Popular Culture p.446 5 5
    15 1/26 Reading Summary: Harlem Renaissance p. 452 & Nation’s sick economy 5 5
    16 1/26 Video Questions: America story of us “Bust” 5 5
    17 1/30 Summary: Hardships and Suffering During the Depression p.472-477 5 5
    18 1/30 Project Political Cartoon: Financial Collapse of US

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    19 2/1 Summary: Hoover Struggles with the Depression p.478 5 5
    20 2/2 Reading Notes: A New Deal Fights the Depression p.488 5 5
    21 2/3 Reading Q’s: The Second New Deal takes hold p.495 5 5
    22 2/6 Reading Notes: The New Deal Affects Many Groups p.504-509 5 5
    23 2/7 Literature: Hard Times by Cesar Chavez 20 20
    24 2/13 Reading Summary: Culture in the 1930’s p.510-514 5 5
    25 2/14 Geo: Decade of the Democrats 5 5
    26 2/15 Reading Notes: The Impact of the New Deal p.515-519 5
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  •  US History  Table of Contents Chapter 16 to 19 World War II and it’s Aftermath

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  •  US History  Table of Contents Chapter 20 to 23 Living with Great Turnoil

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  •  US History  Table of Contents Chapter 24 to 26 Passage to a New Century

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