Ms Miner's Map Lessons Page (Note: The class code is 190D47)
Find "History and Government" and then click "US History I" or "US History II" 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 Two: Rift and Reunion, 1800 - 1900
THURSDAY, December 5: Test on Chapter Six. Bring your textbook to class.
Next homework due: Return from Thanksgiving, Chapter 6, Section 3 (Reconstruction)
EXTRA CREDIT: Bring evidence of watching 12 YEARS A SLAVE in a theater.
(Think: Selfies! and a TICKET stub!)
Extra Credit window closes at the end of Thanksgiving break.
Due MONDAY, November 18th: Your completed John Brown documents (distributed in class.)
Quiz on 6:2 pushed to Monday.
Due THURSDAY, November 14 - Reading Notes, Chapter Six, section 2 "The Civil War." ADD to your Quizlet (flashcards set): Abraham Lincoln; Emancipation Proclamation;
Fort Sumter, South Carolina
QUIZ on Zinn on Thursday; Quiz on 6:2 on Thursday.
Due TUESDAY, November 12 - Bring your ZINN reading (Chapter 9) with you to class, and bring your textbook.
In class: Work on turnitin.com; If you do not finish the Zinn assignment in class, it becomes homework, due before Thursday.
DUE FRIDAY, November 8: Zinn, Chapter 9; "Slavery Without Submission, Emancipation Without Freedom" - print out a copy for class on Friday. ALSO DUE: your flashcards(See Monday's link: Click Here for assignments)
In Class: Complete the Texas Independence exercise. Manifest Destiny exercise. Start work on Zinn Chapter 9 reading. (Zinn reading; Read from the beginning of the chapter to page 139 - the end of the paragraph that begins, "Such a government..." and ends with "..."by practical political advantage." Go to Turn It In dot Com (www.turnitin.com) and respond to the questions posted there - click the i button ("information") next to the assignment. (You will need your Zinn reading next to you...) )
Due WEDNESDAY: Map Lesson: Missouri Compromise.
and: an annotated (paper or online) copy of Zinn - Chapter 8; "We Take Nothing By Conquest, By God!"
In Class: Manifest Destiny; Annex Texas! (précis practice, exercises)
DUE: Monday, November 4:
Chapter Six, Section 1.
BRING YOUR TEXTBOOK TO CLASS on MONDAY. In Class: Writing exercise; Quizlet and vocabulary flashcards (Click Here for assignments); Précis practice (if time)
MANIFEST DESTINY Worksheets.
DUE: Thursday, October 31:
Prepare for TEST on CHAPTER FIVE. See the study guide on page 160. There will be a MAP of the Louisiana Purchase and the Major Rivers for you to fill in and identify. If you want me to check a practice map for you , have it ready at the beginning of class.
--> Also due - your CHARACTER PREP for our round-table discussion. A copy of instructions is HERE
PEOPLE WHO WERE ABSENT: 1* N.Z. - Theodore (Dwight) Weld;
3* N.L. - Susan B. Anthony; V.N.- Angelina Grimke
DUE: Tuesday, October 29: Reflection on the Sectionalism Experience: 1. What were your section's goals?
1st period adds when they return on Tuesday; 3rd period completes all items.
2. Did the experience help your understanding of Sectionalism?
3. What went well for you /your group?
4. What would improve this type of activity for next time?
Chapter Five Section 3. QUIZ on Tuesday! (You have already studied Jackson in Depth (he WILL be on the quiz!), so the new information has to do with a renewed interest in RELIGION and REFORMS.
In class: WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY: Sectional Divides
DUE Wednesday, October 23: Chapter 5, Section Two! (There will probably be time to begin this in class on Monday. Take reading notes on the chapter. Know the vocabulary words. QUIZ on this section on Wednesday.
DUE: Monday, October 21 - your COMPLETED design for the Andrew Jackson monument. You'll be presenting your work to the class.
LINK to Presentation Analysis Form
Bring your textbook to class on Monday.
DUE: Thursday, October 17
Your notes - research on the JACKSON MONUMENT DESIGN PROJECT
See the following: 1) the RESOURCES PAGE for written information
2) The Jackson Project Overview Page
3) The Jackson Project Detailed Instructions Page
DUE: Friday, October 11
If you are a member of the Press - your NEWSPAPER front page. (You may work with the other reporter on your same paper.)
If you were a character, there is no additional work for Friday.
EVERYONE: bring your opening statement or your questions for me to collect on Friday.
DUE: Wednesday, October 9 - Cherokee Press Conference
CLICK HERE for your assigned character
See the RESOURCES page (and your handout) for more information.
DUE: MONDAY, October 7 The Nation Expands
*CHAPTER 5, Section 1 - Territorial Expansion - Reading notes
(The Wilderness Road, The Louisiana Purchase , Lewis & Clark, Native Americans)
*MAP of the Louisiana Purchase
Go to RESOURCES tab, above, if you do not have your textbook.
(In class: Quiz on reading; discussion about the reading, and start preparation for Cherokee Press Conference. )
Assignment for Cherokee Press Conference
(For Wednesday - prepare your part for the Cherokee Press Conference)
Your ticket for 12/3: Reading notes, Ch 6, Sec 3
Tuesday is a REGULAR white day.
Your ticket for Monday: John Brown questions (handout)
Your ticket for Thursday: Reading notes, Ch 6:2
Your ticket for Tuesday: Zinn, Chapter 9 reading assignment with you, and your textbook.
Your ticket for Friday: A copy of Zinn Chapter 9, printed out or on your personal computing device.
Your ticket for Wednesday: Your practice Map (the one you drew!) of the Missouri compromise. Be sure to identify not only Missouri, but also Maine, Mexican Territory, Oregon Territory, and the 36*30 'line. Also Texas.
and Zinn Ch 8, marked/annotated.
Your ticket for Monday: Reading Notes for Chapter six, section 1.
Your invitation to Quizlet: http://quizlet.com/_hpi0y
EXTRA: Map Lesson - westward movement and slavery
Your ticket for Thursday: Your notes for your character.
(Prep for the Chapter test, also!)
QUIZ Ch 5, section 3: Tuesday
Your ticket for Tuesday: Your written explanation of these terms: Temperence Movement; Second Great Awakening; abolitionism; The Liberator; AASS
& people -- explain the organization each person was involved with and the goals and/or philosophy of each organization:
Charles Grandison Finney; William Lloyd Garrison; Frederick Douglass; Sojourner Truth; Lucretia Mott;
also Lucy Paul, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Your Ticket to Class on Wednesday 10/23: Your Reading Notes, Chapter Five, Section Two.
(JACKSON Movie Clip moved to bottom of page)
10/17: Your ticket to class: your research notes for the Jackson Monument Design. These are notes about Jackson's actions as President.
In class on Friday: Work on Jackson Project Begins.
Go to RESOURCES page -scroll to Week
10/9 Your ticket to class: Your opening speech and notes, or your 10 questions
NO PREP: No participation; No participation: F for the day.
10/7 Your ticket to class: Your reading notes for this section, AND your
-->MAP of the Louisiana Purchase. (download a US Physical map-- link at the top of this page.)
(Some of you may want to review BASIC RIVERS )
KNOW: Sacajawea, Conestoga, Battle of Fallen Timbers, "Shawnee Solution," Tenskwatawa, Tecumseh, The Cherokee