Homework and reading schedule:
Due Wednesday: Read and annotate the Social Reform documents 1-10. Complete the questions and make sure to be prepared for seminar.
Due Thursday: Read topic 2 & 3 Abolition and fill out the LGT graphic organizer and questions below the organizer. In addition read the abolitionist primary source documents and answer the appropriate questions.
Due Friday: Read the topic on Feminism, complete questions 7, 8 and 9 from the end of chapter review section.
Due Monday: DBQ Packet read, annotate, answer questions after each document.
If you have any questions,,, you know what to do.
Due Thursday 12/7 "Triumph of Democracy"
Due Friday 12/8 "Nationalism and its Discontents"
Due Monday 12/11 "Nation, Section and Party"
Due Tuesday 12/12 "The Age of Jackson"
Due Wednesday 12/13 "The Bank War and After"
Wednesday 11/29 A New Economy **Notes**
Thursday 11/30 Market Society **Notes**
Friday 12/1 The Free Individual **Notes**
Monday 12/4 The Limits of Prosperity ** Seminar, complete questions in LGT**
Tuesday 12/5 Primary source documents, Analysis chart and conclusions **All LGT**
Wednesday 12/6 New Nation and Market Revolution Exam
Thursday 12/7 New Chapter, DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA, The Triumph of Democracy
Reading and note-taking schedule:
Due Tuesday Nov. 21st: Politics in an Age of Passion
Due Wednesday Nov. 22nd: The Addams Presidency
Due Monday Nov. 27th: Jefferson in Power and The Second War of Independence
*** Special Note: Map Quiz on Monday***
On Tuesday: Closure Activity in class. no chapter exam.
Wednesday Nov.29th Market Revolution Topic 1 due.
PRESENTATIONS WILL HAPPEN ON FRIDAY!!!!!!
- HAVE YOUR POWER POINT UPLOADED TO DRIVE AND SHARED WITH MRS. MOORE THURSDAY NIGHT.(Title has to be the name and number of your constitution and your period number.
You need a power point and worksheet. You are responsible for printing your own worksheets so make sure you have enough for all your peers and one for Mrs. Moore.
There is an amendments pdf below and a link to a website that you can use as a source. Try not to use Wikipedia they don't like when you use it in college so it would be good practice not to use it.
Reading schedule for the Constitution mini unit
You will find the Berkin pdf on Jupiter Grades as an assignment, download from jupiter.
There will not be any paper copies of this text. Make sure to have quotes and page numbers noted on your homework.
Due Friday, Nov. 3, (bring to class the following Monday) Foner Ch.7, topic 1, America Under the Confederation.
Due Monday Nov. 6, Berkin, Ch. 2, Making Mr. Madison Wait, Complete the questions in the LGT for this chapter.
Due Tuesday, Nov. 7 Berkin, Ch. 3, A Gathering of Demi-gods. Complete questions in LGT.
Due Wednesday Nov. 8, Berkin, Ch. 4, The Perils of Power. Comlete questions in LGT.
Due Thursday, Nov. 9, Berkin, Ch. 5 Schisms, Threats and Compromises, complete graphic organizer in LGT
Due Friday, Nov. 10, Foner Ch. 7 . Topic: The Ratification Debate and origin of the Bill of Rights
Due Monday, Nov. 13, Foner Ch. 7. Topic: We the People
Wednesday, Nov. 8 Vocabulary Quiz
Monday, Nov. 13. Constitution Project introduction
Wednesday, Nov. 15 Constitution Exam Castle Learning
Thursday, Nov. 16 Constitution Presentation
Friday, Nov. 17 Constitution Presentation
: The American Revolution, 1763-1783
Due Friday 10/6: Topic 1 Slavery and Empire
Due Tuesday 10/10: Topic 2 Slave Cultures and Slave Resistance and Topic 3 An Empire of Freedom.
Due Wednesday 10/11: Vocabulary Quiz: Topic 4 The Public Sphere
Due Thursday 10/12: Topic 5 The Great Awakening and Topic 5 Imperial Rivalries
Due Friday 10/13: Topic 6 Battle for the Continent
Due Monday 10/16 SRF outline: By the end of the French and Indian War, was there a cohesive American identity in place? If so, what brought them together? If not, what caused or contributed to disunity?
Tuesday 10/17: Chapter 4 Exam.
How to read this section. Readings for the textbook will always be accompanied by note taking. The due date, which means when you should have the readings and notes completed for class will be listed. Pay special attention to topic names and sub topics.