Ms Miner's Map Lesson Page (Note: The class code is 190D47) - Educreations.com
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Find "History and Government" and then click "US History I" and Launch Course.
Click on units and chapters that correspond to the current topic we are working on. Sit back and enjoy the show!
Unit One: Columbus and the New World / A Nation of Nations (Ch 2-4, American Odyssey)
TEST - Chapters 3 and 4 -- OCTOBER 16
August 22-3, 24-5
August 26- September 2
September 2 - 3
September 6 - 7
In Class: Review Book Excerpts Ch2
Work on Colonies
Place on Map
Who settled there? Why?
Economy - based mostly on...
Religion (majority) Official?
Governance (Royal governor?)
DUE on THURSDAY or FRIDAY: Map Work on The Colonies and European Settlement. (You can download North America Map and US Physical Map at top of this page.)
September 19-20 No new homework, but there will be a QUIZ on Chapter 2, section 2 and section 3, and Maps
NO homework due on Tuesday, 9/23
DUE THURSDAY 9/25:
Check out: MAP Lesson
Check out: Hippocampus
-Road to Revolution, 1763-1775
-The Townshend Duties
-Boston Tea Party
DUE TUESDAY 9/30: Ch 3, section 3
DUE THURSDAY 10/2: Ch 4, sections 1 and 2
Due Wednesday 10/8: Ch 4, section 3
TEST on Chapters 3 and 4, OCT. 16 (Thurs)
Textbook (American Odyssey) - reading in class, Chapter 2, Section 2 "Three Worlds Meet"
In Class work on What Is History?
Reading as a Historian
In class work - Zinn, Columbus (starts)
Your annotated Zinn reading due.
In class - Corroboration: American Pageant reading
Due at start of class: Textbook Chapter 2, Section 3 "Building Colonial America"
Take reading notes.
Remember - Step One is to lay out all the titles/subtitles on binder paper, three to a page. Put your pen down! Step 2 is to read the Intro. Step 3 is to read a section under a title/subtitle. Step 4 is to close the book! Step 5 is to "tell the story" you just read to yourself, then to write the story down in the space on your binder paper. Do not 'bullet point.' Step 6 - Put your pen down! - and read the next section (return to step 3). Everyone did a nice job with this!
DUE at start of Class: Your Maps, completed. EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT Lesson
NEW ENGLAND Lesson CHESAPEAKE and the SOUTH Lessons MIDDLE COLONIES Lesson
(I think these links should now take you directly to the lesson....let me know you still have to go to the US page to choose your map...thx)
In class Monday and Tuesday: Bacon's Rebellion. Reading, jigsaw, discussion. A copy of this reading is on the RESOURCES tab, called "Persons of Mean and Vile Condition."
IN CLASS on 9/23; wrapup: "Persons of Mean and Vile Condition." Next: Zinn's chapter, "Drawing the Color Line."
START assignment in class, if there is time.
Due 9/25 : * Textbook Ch 3, Sections 1 and 2, reading notes. (Make headings, etc.)
Prepare to take a QUIZ on these two sections.
*Be able to explain The Proclamation LIne of 1763; The Sugar Act; The Stamp Act; Internal Tax/External Tax; The Declaratory Acts; The Boston Massacre
*MAP: The Proclamation Line of 1763. (Download a blank map at the top of this page (US Physical))
Due 9/30 - Reading notes, Chapter 3, Section 3. Reading quiz!
InClass: The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Due 10/2 - Reading notes, Chapter 4, sections 1 and 2.
In class: Activities re: Articles of Confederations --> Constitution.
Monday 10/6- Jr. Retreat, quiet study. Bring school work to do!
Due Wednesday 10/8: QUIZ 4:1 and 4:2!!!
Due Wednesday 10/8: American Odyssey Ch 4, section 3. (Launching the New Government)
KNOW: *Describe the Whiskey Rebellion and Hamilton's reaction to it. What did Jefferson think about the situation?
* What were the main conflicts between the Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans?
* John Marshall strengthened the Supreme Court's power by establishing the right of the Supreme Court to.... ( ?)
* When was the War of 1812? Who was in favor of the war? When did it end? What did it accomplish?