Due for Thursday 3/5 and Friday 3/6  Civil War

    1) Complete the following handout.  Simply read it and use the information to answer the 
        questions on the sheet. 
    2) Finish coloring the map of the Union and Confederate States at the start of the Civil War. Fill in 
        the chart of Free and slave states on the other side.  Note there is a difference between 
        the "Slave" states and the states that eventually joined the Confederacy.  (Not all the slave
        states joined the Confederacy... seriously... Slavery, although the dominant issue was not

        the only issue of the Civil War.)


 ​ Due for Tuesday  3/3 and Wednesday 3/4   Civil War
  1) Read the Section in textbook on Secession.  Answer the Big Idea Questions A-F.  Then
        answer questions 1-5 at the end of the reading.  Remember to use complete sentences to

       answer each question.  You're only a year away from COLLEGE after all! 
  
  Due for Friday and Monday ( 2/28 & 3/2)   The Antebellum Era Test
      1) Study for the Antebellum Era Test TODAY!

  Due for Wednesday 2/26 and Thursday 2/27         Antebellum Era
    1) Complete the following handout on Antebellum Events.
    2) Watch the following Crash Course Video on the Road to the Civil War and answer
         these questions.

  Due for Monday and Tuesday 2/24 and 2/25   The Antebellum Era
    1) Read the following section in Chapter 3 of the Guide Book (3.01 & 3.02) It is one of the easiest 
      ways to cover the information.  
    2) Complete ONLY section 1 and section 4 of this  Civil War Study Guide
    3) Look up the remaining terms on the notes from class about Antebellum Events.  There is a 
         test on the Antebellum terms next class!

  Due for Thursday and Friday (2/20 & 2/21)     The Antebellum Era
   1) Read the Ch. 10 Section 2  in your textbook section and answer the Main Idea Questions
     A-E and questions 2,3,4 from the end of the section.   Note--We will start with DAILY
    quizzes. Collect an easy grade. 

   Due for Tuesday and Wednesday  (2/18 & 2/19)   Antebellum Era Slavery
    1) Read Chapt. 10 section 1 about the politics of Slavery. 

    2) Answer the Main Idea Questions A-E.  Then define the terms in question #1 and complete

       questions 2,3 and 4.   


 Due for Friday  2/14 & Monday 2/17   Expansion, Reforms, Sectionalism & Jackson Test
    1) Study for Today's test!
    2) Read this argument by the Cherokees regarding the Indian Removal Act of 1830.  Then 
      answer the following questions in full sentences with specific references to Jackson's letter 
       for another FORMAL GRADE: 

         a) On what legal basis do the Cherokees make their argument?

         b) What specific reasons do they give for not wishing to move to the Oklahoma Territory?

         c) How in their view has the state of Georgia treated them unfairly?

         d) Do you think the Cherokees should have resisted with force? Why or why not?


 Due for Wednesday 2/12 & Thursday 2/13   Expansion, Reforms, Sectionalism & Jackson Review

   1) Read this argument by Andrew Jackson regarding the Indian Removal Act of 1830.  Then

      answer the following questions in full sentences with specific references to Jackson's letter

         for a FORMAL GRADE: 

        a) How does Jackson defend on humanitarian grounds the removal of the natives?

        b) What does Jackson predict will happen to the natives who remain?

        c) Explain how Jackson's first message in his argument is better than is second. Why?

       d) Do you think Jackson made the right call?  If not, what should he have done?

   2) Prepare for the test on Friday by completing the study guide given last class. 

   3) Complete the pictionary assignment for the expansion terms as a review.  


  Due for Monday 2/10 & Tuesday 2/11   Expansion, Reforms, Sectionalism & Jackson

    1) Finishing this chapter reading.  Then answer the Main Idea Questions A-D and Question

      numbers  3 and 4 at the end of the section.
    2) Start working on the Study Guide for the UNIT TEST . It will be due next class..
    3) Watch the video on Mr. Jackson and answer the following questions.  
   
  Due for Thursday 2/6 and Friday 2/7 Nationalism vs. Sectionalism - Andrew Jackson 
    1) Watch the following video about US Expansion and answer these questions.
    2) Read text pages Ch. 7 Sect. 3 (pgs. 224-229) & answer Big Idea Questions A-D.  
      Then answer questions 3 and 4 at the end of the reading.  

  Due for Tuesday 2/4 and Wednesday 2/5 - Manifest Destiny and Territorial Expansion
    1) Complete the Map and worksheet showing the territorial additions to the USA.
       Use colors for Heaven's sake- It's an Arts school after all.  Steal crayons from your little
        brother if you have to but make sure you put them back when your done.
    2) You can view this online map to see how the nation grew.  It's pretty good. 


  Due for Friday and Monday (1/31 & 2/3) Manifest Destiny & USA Expansion

    1) Finish this Chart which tracks the growth of the United States.  Knowing these territorial 
       additions will be critical to doing well on the test!  You know, the test in a couple of days.
    2) Watch the following video about expansion! Please review it again if you don't understand 
        something... its only 3 minutes but your grade will last forever.


  Due for Wednesday and Thursday (1/29 & 1/30) Manifest Destiny & USA Expansion

    1)  Complete the following chapter reading on Expansion.  Then answer the Main Idea
         questions A-E AND questions 3 & 4 at the end of the section.

    2) We will use this chart listing the territorial additions to the USA.  Get started!


  Due for Monday and Tuesday (1/27 & 1/28) Presidential Review

   1) Review the first 5 President's Administration by watching the Presidential videos from 
      Washington to Monroe.  Then fill in their accomplishments on the following handout.


  Due for Thursday (1/16)- Wednesday 1/22) Midterm Exams
    NWSA will follow this Exam Schedule for Midterms:
    Thursday Jan. 16th      Friday Jan. 17th          Tuesday Jan. 21nd     Wednesday Jan. 22rd 
       Period 1B & 3B           Period 1A & 3A              Period 2B & 4B          Period 2A & 4A

    1) Here is a study guide to help you prepare for the American History 1 Midterm.  Please

       take the time to research the questions BEFORE you take the Exam.


  Due for Tuesday 1/14 and Wednesday 1/15    Early Nation Reforms
    1)  Read the following section discussing Reform efforts.  When women start changing society,

        life improves unless you like living in squalor, getting drunk in public and avoiding church. 

        Sadly, that's most men at the time. Read this section from the text to understand what

        the crazy women from this period want to change. Then answer the Main Idea questions

        A-E to show you got it!
    2) Watch the following short video of the Reforms which swept through American Society
       during this time period.  It is led by a college professor and it helps explain why Americans  
       are so reform minded, even today. If it isn't playing on your computer, there is a transcript

       of her video at the same link.  After watching the video, answer these questions.

    3) This is your last assignment of the semester...   If you wish a final extra credit opportunity, 

        watching this 90 minute video about the War of 1812. Note it is split into 10 mini-parts.  

         Then answer the following questions.  If you are sincere about working hard for 90 mins in

         exchange for a real boost, go for it  If you do not have the time, no worries. There's always

           next year. Its a big ask and its worth big points.

  Due for Friday 1/10 and Monday 1/13   Era of Good Feelings 
    1)  One of the most famous new industrial factories to hire women was the Lowell Mills.  Read
       this account of one of the first women factory workers in America and answer the questions
       at the end.  Its a short reading but provides a window into what the first female workers
       were thinking about their opportunity to work in a  male dominated society.
      

  Due for Wednesday 1/8  and Thursday 1/9  War of 1812 and  Era of Good Feelings
    1)  Read Chapter 8, section 4 on the development of Northern Industry.  We've spent some
      time discussing Southern Agriculture and the growth of Cotton... now learn what the North
      was doing to keep up.  Then answer the Main Idea Questions A-E and the end of section
      questions 1-4.


  Due over the winter break   Review Packet for the Midterm

    1) Complete the attached Midterm Review Packet. There are 40 terms to identify but the
       assignment will carry a great deal of weight and has a strong correlation to the topics you
        should know for your midterm exam.


  Due for Thursday 12/19 and Friday 12/20 Early National Period Test!!!

  1) We will have our test today on the Critical Period through the War of 1812 and Era of Good

     Feelings.  Study!


  Due for Monday 12/16 and Tuesday 12/17    Early Nation Review
    1) Study for the test... its waiting around the corner next class!
    2) Watch the Crash Course US History on the War of 1812 and answer these questions.

    3) There will be a Rho Kappa meeting on 12/17 in the library between 4:30 and 5:30 pm. 

        Our guest speaker is Dr. Jurgen Buchenau, a History Dept. chair at UNC-Charlotte.  Please

        make plans to attend.

  Due for Thursday 12/12 and Friday 12/13   Jefferson and Madison's Presidencies
    1) Read the text on the War of 1812 and answer the Big Idea Questions A-B.  Then answer 
      questions 1-3 at the end of the section.
    2) Complete the following handouts on the War of 1812.
    3) Graffiti artists have been around for centuries. This angry Graffiti was written by a very 
      determined New York street artist after (the very unpopular) Jay's Treaty was signed:   
      (Who said nobody cared about impressment?)
    "Damn JOHN JAY. Damn everyone who won't damn JOHN JAY. Damn 
     everyone that won't put candles in the window and stay up all night
                                    damning JOHN JAY."
   

   
 Due for Tuesday 12/10 and Wednesday 12/11 Jeffersonian Democracy
    1) Read Chapter 6 Section 3 and answer the Main Idea Questions. Then answer questions 1-3
      at the end of section 3 after you read the text. 
    2) Watch the Crash Course on Jefferson and answer these questions.
   3) The death of Alexander Hamilton in a duel with Aaron Burr is memorialized in this
        funny commercial.   Enjoy his loss and remember who shot him... you never know when
        it could come in handy.

  Due for Friday 12/6 and Monday 12/9 - The Critical Period
    1) Read Chapter 6 Section 2 and answer the Main Idea Questions.  Then answer questions
        1-5 from section 2.  Make sure you answer them completely!  
    2) Watch the following video about the Early USA and answer the attached questions.
    3)  To better understand the importance of the watching movies together with family over 
         the holidays, enjoy this 2 minute video.  By the way, Star Wars comes out this December.

  Due for Wednesday 12/4 and Thursday 12/5 The Critical Period
    1) The new United States nation will struggle to survive after Independence. Washington's 1st
       years in office are covered in Ch. 6 Section 1 and answer these questions:
        a) What did the Judiciary Act of 1789 actually do?
        b) Who were the members of Washington's Cabinet and what were their roles?
        c) What were the 4 parts of Hamilton's economic plan?
        d) Why did the location of the US Capital move from New York to Philly to DC?
        e) What was the effect of the Whiskey Rebellion? 

     2) Answer the End of Chapter questions for Ch. 6 Section 1  #2-5  


  Due for Monday 12/2 and Tuesday 12/3  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) Complete this take home set of questions reviewing the material we have covered.  It will
     be a heavily weighted assignment which requires some thought.  Please get it done on time.   

    1) The new Nation will soon realize the Articles of Confederation are not working well.  To 
      replace them, two parties will begin a debate.  Led by leaders Alexander Hamilton and 
      Thomas Jefferson.  Read both short guides and answer the questions on each. Don't copy 
     from a friend as you will be assured of a zero and a lump of coal for Christmas. Plus Jefferson
      is probably watching.  Next time somebody asks you WWJD... you can tell em: HOMEWORK.
   
   Due for Monday 11/25 and Tuesday 11/26  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) Finish watching the second part of the AOC video and complete these easy questions.
       a) How many states ratified the A.O.C?
       b) What did Washington fear?
       c) Who was the USA's ambassador to France?
       d) What three things did Congress need to do to win the war?
       e) What event lead Maryland to FINALLY ratified the A.O.C?

    2) Click on the following links if you need a copy of the Early Nation class notes or the 
       Comparison chart of the Federalists and Dem-Republicans.
    3) The Articles of Confederation were a very weak form of  government.  Finish 
         the worksheet listing at least 6 weaknesses of America's first government. We did this
         in class but expect to be quizzed just in case!

  Due for Thursday 11/21 and Friday 11/22 -Baby USA
   1) Watch this short video about the nation's 1st government: The Articles of Confederation
       It's from a new group and does an amazing job of explaining the events we are discussing.
      To be sure you actually understand it, answer these questions AFTER VIEWING IT. 
     a) According to the speaker what type of government does America create?
     b) What action did Britain take to punish the colonist after the Boston Tea Party? ( there’s 2)
     c) In the summer of 1776 what three things did the Continental Congress do?
     d) Who created an early plan of union which was thrown out?
     e) Who wrote Letters from a Pennsylvanian Farmer?
     f) Under the A.O.C how the new government would be funded?
     g) What is the GREATEST American city?

   2) If you want to get ahead, check out the new material!  This powerpoint introduces the USA
       for those of you curious enough to wonder if the young United States will make it.

​​  Due for Tuesday 11/19 and Wednesday 11/20 AmericanRevolutionTest!
    1) Your test is today, so make sure you have studied and prepared your notebook. The

        material will be drawn primarily on the Road to Revolution events and the American

        Revolution itself, with a few review questions from the colonial period.
    2) The Powerpoint for the Amer. Rev. is here.  Please look it over to help study.

    3) Complete the following Pictionary and define each of the terms.  Your pictures must show

        you know the terms.  These are ideas you can be sure will appear on TODAY'S TEST!


  Due for Friday 11/15 and Monday 11/18 American Revolution Review 

   1) Finish reading Ch. 4 section 4 on Wining the Revolution.  Then answer ALL the Main Idea
        questions AND questions 1-3 at the end of the section.
   2)Try this quiz on the American Revolution for questions you'll need to know on the upcoming 

          test. 
  
  Due for Wednesday 11/13 and Thursday 11/14 - Fireworks and the American Revolution
    1)   Read Ch.4 sect.3- "Struggle to Saratoga" then complete "Main Idea Questions" A-E and 
         end of section questions 1-3.


  Due for Friday 11/8 and Tuesday 11/12 - Fireworks and the American Revolution
    1) Complete the Chapter 4 section 2 reading and answer the Main Idea questions. Then 
        answer questions 1-3 at the end of the chapter.  Doing so will make your brain grow wise,

       like a fortune cookie.

    2) Don't forget about the National History Honor Society meeting on Tuesday in the Black

        Box. We will watch a movie so be prepared for a pick up around 6:30 pm!

  Due for Wednesday 11/6 and Thursday 11/7  The Start of the American Revolution
    1) Watch the following video and complete the attached video guide. It's an awesome

       introduction to the Revolution and prior students really liked it. (Plus, Mr. King may have

       been a re-enactor who played a part in it. Or not.)     
     
  Due for Friday 11/1 and Monday 11/4 Road to Revolution
   1)  We will use this set of notes for the buildup to the Revolutionary War.  
   2) Complete this handout on The Albany Plan of Union, the failed plan advanced by Franklin

       to prepare for the 7 Years War.

   3) Lastly, finish this short handout on the events leading towards the Revolutionary War.
       

  Due for Wednesday 10/30 and Thursday 10/31 Road to Revolution

    1)  Complete this handout on Samuel Adams, a controversial hero of the Revolution.
    2) Read the description of the Road to the American Revolution. It stops at Lexington
      & Concord but  explains why Taylor Swift was right... England and USA will  never get 
       back together.  (Did you think she was talking about some stupid boyfriend? ) Anyway,

      make a Timeline with at least 10 of the events described in the reading and add a short

       description of each of your 10 events onto your timeline.  It should be good enough for a

      classmate to use.  A sample might look like this or this.

    3) Show your little brother or sister you love them by telling them a scary story which keeps 
        them up all night.  ... Or let them play this and film it

    Due for Friday 10/25 and Tuesday 10/29  - Road to Revolution (Last class of Quarter)

     1) Read Chap. 4 Section 1 on the American Revolutionary  and answer the Main Idea
       Questions A-E and​ the end of section questions 1-2.  
     2) Watch the following Crash Course and answer these questions.


  Due for Wednesday 10/23 and Thursday 10/24 Seven Year's War and Road to Revolution
    1) We will wrap up the Seven Years War and begin the Road to the American Revolution. To

      make sure you have the 7 Year War down, watch the following video about the War and 

      answer the questions.  

    2) Complete this pictionary handout for the following 7 Years War terms.

    3) Wondering what's up next? Try out this set of notes for the Road to the Revolutionary War.  

    4) If you were doing test corrections on the last test, please use this form and for the test.


  Due for Monday 10/21 and Tuesday 10/22 -     The Seven Years War
    1) Watch the following short video on the 7 Years War and answer these questions.  

    2)  Watch the following two videos describing the importance of the French and Indian War.
      Khan Academy video #1      and   video #2  and answer these questions.  It's like attending a

        college class without leaving home. 
 

 Due for Thursday 10/17 and Friday 10/18 Late Colonial Period Test

    1)The test on the Colonial Period is Today so study! Have your organized notebook

      with the following completed study guides hole-punched and in place:

    Early Colonial Notes      Colonial Geography Facts      13 Colonies Map        Late Colonial Notes


    2) Read Ch. 3 Section 4 about the French and Indian War & answer Main Idea Questions A-C
       AND questions 1-2 at the end of the section.  It's what's coming up next.


   Due for Tuesday 10/15 or Wednesday 10/16 -- Late Colonial History Review
   
  1) The test on the Late American Colonies has been moved to Thursday/Friday because

       of the ACT testing.  Prepare by reviewing (and have in your notebook) the following

       completed study guides:

    Early Colonial Notes      Colonial Geography Facts     13 Colonies Map      Late Colonial Notes    

   

    2) Watch this helpful summary video on the English Colonies, narrated by a college

       professor.  If it isn't playing on your Chromebook, there is a transcript below the video

      player you may use.  After watching it, answer these questions and decide if you still

      want to go to college if this is what awaits. 

 

   Due for Friday 10/11 or Monday 10/14  Late Colonial History
 
   1)  In the 1700's a religious wave swept over the British Colonies. Read Ben Franklin's account
      of his meeting with one of the movements preachers, George Whitfield.  It's an insightful
      "take" on the 1st Great Awakening as seen through the eyes of America's greatest thinker of
      the age.  Sadly, Ben Franklin was notoriously cheap.  Pay attention to the clash between 
      Franklin's morals and his greed as he listened to Whitefield, who tried to talk him into 
      donating for an orphanage in another colony. Then answer these questions and decide
      who won... Franklin's pocketbook or Whitefield's vision?
    

  Due for Tuesday 10/8 or Thursday 10/10 Late Colonial History

   1) Complete another Pictionary by drawing the key Late Colonial terms.  As before, artistic skill

       is less important than showing what each term means.  Your illustrations should show 

         you invested some thought into the meaning. Extra credit will be given to creative work. 


  Due for Friday 10/4 and Monday 10/7 Late Colonial History
    1) Read Chapt. 3 sec. 3 and answer the Main Idea questions (A-D)
    2) It is important that you know the differences between the New England, Middle and
        Southern Colonies before the next test. Please watch the following superb video by

       a guest teacher on those differences. It's really short but packed with info.  Take notes and

       I'll let you use them on today's quiz.


  Due for Wednesday 10/2 and Thursday 10/3 -- Late Colonial History
    1) Complete this Pictionary by drawing the key early colonial terms.  Don't worry about

     your drawing skill, but you must show what each term means.  Extra credit will be given

      to creative work.
    2) Read Chapter 3, sect. 2 and answer the main idea questions (A-F).  


   Due for Monday 9/30 and Tuesday 10/1      Late Colonial History

    1) Read Ch. 3, Sect 1 from the text on the growth of the English colonies.  Answer 
       questions 1-5.  Honors students must also answer the Big Idea Questions A-C
    2)  Finish these short  handouts on Northern and Southern colonies.

    3)  Please use these study guides and complete this worksheet. It will help you understand

          the characteristics of the 13 original colonies.

    4) Those of you seeking test corrections to the last test should finish the test correction

        form at home (or before school if you'd like assistance).

    5) Don't forget about the Rho Kappa October meeting on Tuesday 10/1 in the Library after

          school.  Also, there will be a movie night on Thursday, 10/3 in the Black Box.
   
   Due for Thursday and Friday (9/26 or 27)   The Original 13 Colonies 
    1)  Watch the following video by a great SC teacher and answer the attached questions.
   
 Due for Tuesday and Wednesday (9/24 or 25)  Early Colonial Period Test!!!

    1) Study for today's test on the early colonial period.  Prepare by reviewing the

         Early Colonial notes as those terms are likely to be on the test.  A little preparation

         will make a big difference.

    2) To get ready for the next unit, read the following textbook section on the middle

           colonies. Answer Big Idea questions A-C.  Honors students should also answer the

           questions at the end of the section 1-4.


  Due for Friday 9/20 and Monday 9/23 - Jamestown v. Massachusetts Bay
    1) We discussed the problems faced by both Jamestown and Mass. Bay early in their
       histories. Your "Design your own colony" is due today.  As promised, it will count as your

        first test grade.  The assignment must include: 
          A) Map/Layout (3D or drawn)
          B) List of 5 Laws which will govern your colony
          C) List of 50 individuals and their professions to start your colony
               (You can have more than 1 of a single job... example: 3 farmers or 5 soldiers)
          D) List of 10 large items to bring.  Assume 1 animal includes both a male and female.
          E) Choose and JUSTIFY your selection of location A, B or C.  

     Please don't turn in something your little brother would laugh at and expect a good grade.
    2) Read the following textbook pages and define the vocabulary on Pg 54 in "The Americans" 
       •Puritans •John Winthrop •Separatist •Plymouth Colony •Massachusetts Bay Colony
       •Roger Williams •Anne Hutchinson •Pequot War •Metacom •King Philip’s War 

     3) Answer The Big Idea Questions A-E.  The terms or questions may appear on a quiz.

          Honors students should also answer questions 1-4 on page 54.  Be able to
          explain your answers in class!
 

    4) For the 3B American History Class, please print the following letter to be moved from

       standard American History 1 to Honors level.  It MUST be signed by both you and your

        parent and returned by Wednesday's class.

  Due for Wednesday 9/18 and Thursday 9/19 - Jamestown v. Massachusetts Bay
    1) Continue to work on your DESIGN  A COLONY project.

   2) Walk around in the grass without shoes.  Pet a kitten. Tell your little brother/sister you love
       them, even if you sometimes don't. They won't know and your parents will think you're
       awesome.  You'll know better but life is an illusion, right?


  Due for Monday 9/16 and Tuesday 9/17  - English Settlement at Jamestown
    1) We discussed the problems faced by the Jamestown settlers in 1607.  Now is your chance

       to make Jamestown "Great" again. Your challenge is to design your own colony which would

       avoid a similar fate.  Design a colony where more than 10% of the people survive!!!
       To make it worth your while, this project will count as a test grade.  Future tests will be
       quite difficult so seize the opportunity to earn a good grade on something you can control.  
       Don't be afraid to look up what other forts/colonies look like OR ask an adult for advice. 
      I will grade your design carefully so please don't turn in something thrown together at the

       last minute.  If you think about it, that's why the real Jamestown turned out so badly.  

       You will have until the end of the week to finish it, so please don't procrastinate.

  Due for Thursday 9/12 or Friday  9/13 - English Settlement at Jamestown
    1) Read Ch. 2 Sect. 2 (Pgs. 42 - 47 ONLY) about the English founding of Jamestown.  
    Then answer Big Idea Questions A-E on a separate sheet of paper.   Jamestown is a tough
     place to live, eh?  It was even tougher for Honors Students who had to do questions 1-3 at

       the end of the section.

    2) Define the following terms:
         •Capt. John Smith •joint-stock company •Jamestown •Powhatan
                  •headright system •indentured servant • Royal Colony


 Due for Tuesday 9/10 or Wednesday 9/11 - European Conquest of the New World
    1) Watch Episode # 1  of John Green's Crash Course US History and answer the Episode #1  
     questions.   Watch the video as many times as need be to ensure you understand the 
     narrator as he talks faster than the average Southerner.  Or just play it at a slower speed.
   
2) Optional- Bring in a large bag of M&M's or Skittles in exchange for a homework pass so we 
      can do a fun mapping activity that explains immigration in the British Colonies.  

    3) Don't forget about the regular 1st Rho Kappa Honor Society meeting at 4:25 on Tuesday!

       We will meet in the library and choose officers for the 2019-10 year. Membership forms can be

        found on the Rho Kappa Page. It takes just a minute to fill one out.

   

  Due for Friday 9/6 or Monday 9/9 - Age of Exploration

    1)  Read Chapter 2, Sect. 1 from the textbook and answer the Big Idea Questions A-E on

         a separate sheet of paper.  Its an interesting description of how Spain conquered much

        of the New World.  

    Honors only:           Finish questions 1 & 2 at the end of the section.

    2) Define the terms listed in question 1 at the end of the reading:  (Quiz next class?)

              •Hernándo Cortés •Conquistador •New Spain •Mestizo •Encomienda •

                Francisco Pizarro•  Ponce de León •New Mexico •Popé • Mission

         

   Due for Wednesday 9/4 or Thursday 9/5 - Age of Exploration 
   1) Please watch the following video about European Contact with the New World.  Then
      answer the video questions at the end of the video on a sheet of notebook paper.
  2) Get acquainted with your textbook... it has been asking about you all summer and can't wait to
      meet you.   Today's reading is short... Once finished, answer the Main Idea Questions A-E
       (The Main Idea questions are found on the sides of the pages during the reading.)  
       Honors students only:
      Also answer Critical Thinking questions 1-3 at the end of the section.

   3) Don't forget to retake the geography quiz from last week if you struggled.  I will make parent
      phone calls this week and would prefer to talk about positive things. Then again,
      we can talk about bad map quizzes, country music and the NYC Yankees and other stuff that 
       makes people sad. 

 Due for Friday or Tuesday (8/30 & 9/3) -- Age of Exploration
1)  Read the following article & answer the questions about Columbus' arrival.
      Then read this second article and answer the questions.  Its longer but it tells a horror story 
       that is hard to believe that launched the famous "Black Legend".
  2) Print out the following study guide for the Early Colonial Period.  It will help you organize 
         your class notes and prepare you for what's likely on your next test.
 3) Honors students only:
     Watch this interesting video by a college professor about early American settlement.  Then 
     create 10 questions evenly spread throughout the video (with answers).  Write them as if 
     you were the teacher and wanted to make sure your students UNDERSTOOD the 
     video.  Your questions will say a lot about you as a student and thoughtful questions will be 
     given a score over 100%.  If you like the video, you'll love college.    

     If it is not playing in your Chrome book browser, watch it on your phone or read the

      transcript of the video right below on the same screen.


    4) There will be an interest meeting for Rho Kappa, the History Honor Society on Tuesday 9/3

        after school at 4:25 in Mr. Vitale's trailer.  New Members are welcome to attend.


Due for Wednesday or Thursday (8/28 & 29)-        Welcome to Honors American History I. 
 1) Memorize the following locations for a formal quiz soon!  

  Colonies:        Massachusetts      New Hampshire    Rhode Island    Connecticut    New York
                          New Jersey            Delaware                Virginia              Maryland     N. Carolina
                          S. Carolina             Georgia                 Pennsylvania       Florida


 Key Cities:      Jamestown             Philadelphia          New York City      Charleston     Boston
​                           St. Augustine

Oceans/Bays:   Atlantic Ocean        Chesapeake Bay      Massachusetts Bay    Gulf of Mexico

 2) Then locate the above locations onto the attached maps.  Please be precise!
3) Return your signed copy of the Syllabus and your completed student Info sheet.  

    If  you need help for any reason, please contact me at:    alan.vitale@cms.k12.nc.us

  Due for Wednesday 10/18 and Thursday 10/19 Late Colonial Test 
    1) Read the following short section from an amazing new guidebook.  I showed it to a couple
      "Middle of the road" students and they loved it.  It is written in a direct, non-nonsense 
      style which makes it easy to understand.   This will be the last test before the quarter

       ends so please study! Pay particular attention to the Stono Rebellion... it's on the test. 

      Read about it!  (Anyone want to guess who in class will ask what the Stono Rebellion was?)

   2) Mollie Wasserman prepared an awesome Quizlet to help you guys study.  Try it.  Anyone 
       who can finish the LEARN Function can claim an edible prize in class.  You must bring proof 
       you completed it.


  Due for Monday 10/16 and Tuesday 10/17 - Late Colonial Period and 7 Years War
 
   1) Read Ch. 3 Section 4 about the French and Indian War & answer Main Idea Questions A-C
       AND questions 1-2 at the end of the section.  
    2) Know the terms for Wednesday/ Thursday's test on the Late Colonial Period and

        the 7 Yrs. War.
    3) Watch the following short video on the 7 Years War and answer these questions.  


  Due for Thursday 10/12 and Friday 10/13 Late Colonial Period and 7 Years War
    1)  Watch the following two videos describing the importance of the French and Indian War.
         Khan Academy video #1      and   video #2  and answer these questions.  I know its a little 

         "dry" but think of it as a good test of your ability to follow a college professor's class.
    2) Complete pictionary for the following 7 Years War terms.

  Due for Tuesday 10/10 and Wednesday 10/11 Late Colonial History
  
  1)  Look over the late colonial terms handout  we discussed in class. There will 
        be a game next class and a test on Monday and Tuesday which requires you to know 
        these terms!
    2) Complete the attached handout 1 and handout 2


  Due for Friday 10/6 and Monday 10/9 Late Colonial History
   
 1) Read Chapt. 3 sec. 3 and answer the Main Idea questions (A-D)
    2) Complete this Pictionary by drawing the key terms.  Any drawing, regardless of skill
       needs to show you know what the term signifies.  


  Due for Wednesday and Thursday -- Late Colonial History
 
   1) Read Chapter 3, sect. 2 and answer the main idea questions (A-F).  and questions 1-5 at the 
      end of the section. PLEASE READ IT and MAKES SURE YOU UNDERSTAND IT!
      It is clear a few of you are not doing so and I need you to step up. If you have late work, 
      I will take it up to Friday.  After that, all bets are off.  We have to change. 


  Due for Monday 10/2 and Tuesday 10/3 Test on Early Colonial History
    1) The test on the Early American Colonies is today.  Please prepare by reviewing 
       (and have in your notebook) the following completed study guides:

    Early Colonial Notes      Colonial Geography Facts     13 Colonies Map 


    2)  Finish these short  handouts on Northern and Southern colonies.
    3) Read Ch. 3, Sect 1 from the text on the growth of the English colonies.  Answer 
       questions 1-5.  Also, Answer the Big Idea Questions A-C

  Due for Thursday 10/26 and Friday 10/27 Road to Revolution

    1)  We will use this set of notes for the buildup to the Revolutionary War.  Make sure you know 
       the terms for the test next week. 
    2) Complete this handout on Samuel Adams, a controversial hero of the Revolution.
    3) Read Chap. 4 Section 1 on the American Revolutionary  and answer the Main Idea
       Questions A-E and​ the end of section questions 1-2.  Seriously, sit down and read this. 

       Then watch how it changes what you get from class today.  It's makes all the difference.


  Due for Tuesday 10/24 and Wednesday 10/25 - Road to Revolution

    1) Read the description of the Road to the American Revolution. It stops at Lexington
      & Concord but  explains why Taylor Swift was right... England and USA will  never get 
       back together.  Make a Timeline with at least 10 of the events described in the reading

      and add a short description of each of your 10 events onto your timeline.  It should be

     good enough for a classmate to use.  A sample might look like this or this.
    2) Watch the following Crash Course and answer these questions.


  Due for Friday 10/20 and Monday 10/23  - The Seven Years War & Road to Revolution
   1) Test Scores are in so if you want to come back fro test corrections or tutoring, now is
      your chance.  Anyone scoring below 75% may want to fix their grade as the quarter ends!
   2) We will wrap up the Seven Years War and begin the Road to the American Revolution.  To
      make sure you have the 7 Year War down, watch the following video about the War and 
      answer the questions.

    2) Read Chapter 3, sect. 2 and answer the main idea questions (A-F).  

​   Due for Friday 11/17 and Monday 11/20  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) The new Nation will soon realize the Articles of Confederation are no working well.  To 
       replace them, two groups will begin a debate... led by leaders Alexander Hamilton and 
       Thomas Jefferson.  Read both short guides and answer the questions on each. Don't copy 
       from a friend as you will be assured of a zero and a lump of coal for Christmas.  Plus Jesus
       is probably watching.  Next time somebody asks you WWJD... you can tell em: HOMEWORK.

    2) Finish watching the second part of the AOC video and complete these easy questions.

     a) How many states ratified the A.O.C?
     b) What did Washington fear?
     c) Who was the USA's ambassador to France?
     d) What three things did Congress need to do to win the war?
     e) What event lead Maryland to FINALLY ratified the A.O.C?
    3) Click on the following links if you need a copy of the Early Nation class notes or the 
       Comparison chart of the Federalists and Dem-Republicans.


   Due for Wednesday 11/15 and Thursday 11/16  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) Watch this short video about the nation's 1st government: The Articles of Confederation
       It's from a new group and does an amazing job of explaining the events we are discussing.
      To be sure you actually understand it, answer these questions AFTER VIEWING IT. 

    a) According to the speaker what type of government does America create?
     b) What action did Britain take to punish the colonist after the Boston Tea Party? ( there’s 2)
     c) In the summer of 1776 what three things did the Continental Congress do?
     d) Who created an early plan of union which was thrown out?
     e) Who wrote Letters from a Pennsylvanian Farmer?
     f) Under the A.O.C how the new government would be funded?
     g) What is the GREATEST American city?

    2) The Articles of Confederation were a very weak form of  government.  Finish 

         the worksheet listing at least 6 weaknesses of America's first government. We did this

         in class but expect to be quizzed just in case!


  Due for Monday 11/13 and Tuesday 11/14 -Review of 1st Quarter

    1) Complete this take home set of questions reviewing the material we have covered.  It will

       be a heavily weighted assignment which requires some thought.  Please get it done on time.

    2) If you want to get ahead, check out the new material!  This powerpoint introduces USA

       for those of you curious enough to wonder if the new United States will make it.


​​  Due for Wednesday 11/8 and Thursday 11/9 American Revolution Test???
    1) Hopefully,  your test is today, so make sure you have studied and prepared your notebook

       as instructed below.
    2) Finish reading Ch. 4 section 4 on Wining the Revolution.  Then answer ALL the Main Idea
        questions AND questions 1-3 at the end of the section.
   

  Due for Monday 11/6 and Tuesday 11/7 American Revolution Test or Review ???
    1) If everyone does the homework, the test will be moved from today to next class.  Yes,
     everyone means EVERYONE.  If we test, it will be primarily on the Road to Revolution events
     and the American Revolution itself, with a few review questions from the colonial period.
    2) The Powerpoint for the Amer. Rev. is here.  Please look it over.  You are responsible for
       knowing its content. 
    3) Complete the following Pictionary and define each of the terms.  Your pictionary and
        definitions should demonstrate you know the terms.

    4) Make sure your notebook is ready to be shared on the test day.  It must have:

         Early Colonial Notes             Late Colonial Notes                  Revolutionary Notes


  Due for Thursday 11/2 and Friday 11/3 - Fireworks and the American Revolution
    1)   Read Ch.4 sect.3- "Struggle to Saratoga" then complete "Main Idea Questions" A-E and 

         end of section questions 1-3.
    2)  Try this quiz on the American Revolution. 

​   Due for Friday 11/17 and Monday 11/20  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) The new Nation will soon realize the Articles of Confederation are no working well.  To 
       replace them, two groups will begin a debate... led by leaders Alexander Hamilton and 
       Thomas Jefferson.  Read both short guides and answer the questions on each. Don't copy 
       from a friend as you will be assured of a zero and a lump of coal for Christmas.  Plus Jesus
       is probably watching.  Next time somebody asks you WWJD... you can tell em: HOMEWORK.

    2) Finish watching the second part of the AOC video and complete these easy questions.

     a) How many states ratified the A.O.C?
     b) What did Washington fear?
     c) Who was the USA's ambassador to France?
     d) What three things did Congress need to do to win the war?
     e) What event lead Maryland to FINALLY ratified the A.O.C?
    3) Click on the following links if you need a copy of the Early Nation class notes or the 
       Comparison chart of the Federalists and Dem-Republicans.


   Due for Wednesday 11/15 and Thursday 11/16  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) Watch this short video about the nation's 1st government: The Articles of Confederation
       It's from a new group and does an amazing job of explaining the events we are discussing.
      To be sure you actually understand it, answer these questions AFTER VIEWING IT. 

    a) According to the speaker what type of government does America create?
     b) What action did Britain take to punish the colonist after the Boston Tea Party? ( there’s 2)
     c) In the summer of 1776 what three things did the Continental Congress do?
     d) Who created an early plan of union which was thrown out?
     e) Who wrote Letters from a Pennsylvanian Farmer?
     f) Under the A.O.C how the new government would be funded?
     g) What is the GREATEST American city?

    2) The Articles of Confederation were a very weak form of  government.  Finish 

         the worksheet listing at least 6 weaknesses of America's first government. We did this

         in class but expect to be quizzed just in case!


  Due for Monday 11/13 and Tuesday 11/14 -Review of 1st Quarter

    1) Complete this take home set of questions reviewing the material we have covered.  It will

       be a heavily weighted assignment which requires some thought.  Please get it done on time.

    2) If you want to get ahead, check out the new material!  This powerpoint introduces USA

       for those of you curious enough to wonder if the new United States will make it.


​​  Due for Wednesday 11/8 and Thursday 11/9 American Revolution Test???
    1) Hopefully,  your test is today, so make sure you have studied and prepared your notebook

       as instructed below.
    2) Finish reading Ch. 4 section 4 on Wining the Revolution.  Then answer ALL the Main Idea
        questions AND questions 1-3 at the end of the section.
   

  Due for Monday 11/6 and Tuesday 11/7 American Revolution Test or Review ???
    1) If everyone does the homework, the test will be moved from today to next class.  Yes,
     everyone means EVERYONE.  If we test, it will be primarily on the Road to Revolution events
     and the American Revolution itself, with a few review questions from the colonial period.
    2) The Powerpoint for the Amer. Rev. is here.  Please look it over.  You are responsible for
       knowing its content. 
    3) Complete the following Pictionary and define each of the terms.  Your pictionary and
        definitions should demonstrate you know the terms.

    4) Make sure your notebook is ready to be shared on the test day.  It must have:

         Early Colonial Notes             Late Colonial Notes                  Revolutionary Notes


  Due for Thursday 11/2 and Friday 11/3 - Fireworks and the American Revolution
    1)   Read Ch.4 sect.3- "Struggle to Saratoga" then complete "Main Idea Questions" A-E and 

         end of section questions 1-3.
    2)  Try this quiz on the American Revolution. 

​   Due for Friday 11/17 and Monday 11/20  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) The new Nation will soon realize the Articles of Confederation are no working well.  To 
       replace them, two groups will begin a debate... led by leaders Alexander Hamilton and 
       Thomas Jefferson.  Read both short guides and answer the questions on each. Don't copy 
       from a friend as you will be assured of a zero and a lump of coal for Christmas.  Plus Jesus
       is probably watching.  Next time somebody asks you WWJD... you can tell em: HOMEWORK.

    2) Finish watching the second part of the AOC video and complete these easy questions.

     a) How many states ratified the A.O.C?
     b) What did Washington fear?
     c) Who was the USA's ambassador to France?
     d) What three things did Congress need to do to win the war?
     e) What event lead Maryland to FINALLY ratified the A.O.C?
    3) Click on the following links if you need a copy of the Early Nation class notes or the 
       Comparison chart of the Federalists and Dem-Republicans.


   Due for Wednesday 11/15 and Thursday 11/16  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) Watch this short video about the nation's 1st government: The Articles of Confederation
       It's from a new group and does an amazing job of explaining the events we are discussing.
      To be sure you actually understand it, answer these questions AFTER VIEWING IT. 

    a) According to the speaker what type of government does America create?
     b) What action did Britain take to punish the colonist after the Boston Tea Party? ( there’s 2)
     c) In the summer of 1776 what three things did the Continental Congress do?
     d) Who created an early plan of union which was thrown out?
     e) Who wrote Letters from a Pennsylvanian Farmer?
     f) Under the A.O.C how the new government would be funded?
     g) What is the GREATEST American city?

    2) The Articles of Confederation were a very weak form of  government.  Finish 

         the worksheet listing at least 6 weaknesses of America's first government. We did this

         in class but expect to be quizzed just in case!


  Due for Monday 11/13 and Tuesday 11/14 -Review of 1st Quarter

    1) Complete this take home set of questions reviewing the material we have covered.  It will

       be a heavily weighted assignment which requires some thought.  Please get it done on time.

    2) If you want to get ahead, check out the new material!  This powerpoint introduces USA

       for those of you curious enough to wonder if the new United States will make it.


​​  Due for Wednesday 11/8 and Thursday 11/9 American Revolution Test???
    1) Hopefully,  your test is today, so make sure you have studied and prepared your notebook

       as instructed below.
    2) Finish reading Ch. 4 section 4 on Wining the Revolution.  Then answer ALL the Main Idea
        questions AND questions 1-3 at the end of the section.
   

  Due for Monday 11/6 and Tuesday 11/7 American Revolution Test or Review ???
    1) If everyone does the homework, the test will be moved from today to next class.  Yes,
     everyone means EVERYONE.  If we test, it will be primarily on the Road to Revolution events
     and the American Revolution itself, with a few review questions from the colonial period.
    2) The Powerpoint for the Amer. Rev. is here.  Please look it over.  You are responsible for
       knowing its content. 
    3) Complete the following Pictionary and define each of the terms.  Your pictionary and
        definitions should demonstrate you know the terms.

    4) Make sure your notebook is ready to be shared on the test day.  It must have:

         Early Colonial Notes             Late Colonial Notes                  Revolutionary Notes


  Due for Thursday 11/2 and Friday 11/3 - Fireworks and the American Revolution
    1)   Read Ch.4 sect.3- "Struggle to Saratoga" then complete "Main Idea Questions" A-E and 

         end of section questions 1-3.
    2)  Try this quiz on the American Revolution. 

​   Due for Friday 11/17 and Monday 11/20  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) The new Nation will soon realize the Articles of Confederation are no working well.  To 
       replace them, two groups will begin a debate... led by leaders Alexander Hamilton and 
       Thomas Jefferson.  Read both short guides and answer the questions on each. Don't copy 
       from a friend as you will be assured of a zero and a lump of coal for Christmas.  Plus Jesus
       is probably watching.  Next time somebody asks you WWJD... you can tell em: HOMEWORK.

    2) Finish watching the second part of the AOC video and complete these easy questions.

     a) How many states ratified the A.O.C?
     b) What did Washington fear?
     c) Who was the USA's ambassador to France?
     d) What three things did Congress need to do to win the war?
     e) What event lead Maryland to FINALLY ratified the A.O.C?
    3) Click on the following links if you need a copy of the Early Nation class notes or the 
       Comparison chart of the Federalists and Dem-Republicans.


   Due for Wednesday 11/15 and Thursday 11/16  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) Watch this short video about the nation's 1st government: The Articles of Confederation
       It's from a new group and does an amazing job of explaining the events we are discussing.
      To be sure you actually understand it, answer these questions AFTER VIEWING IT. 

    a) According to the speaker what type of government does America create?
     b) What action did Britain take to punish the colonist after the Boston Tea Party? ( there’s 2)
     c) In the summer of 1776 what three things did the Continental Congress do?
     d) Who created an early plan of union which was thrown out?
     e) Who wrote Letters from a Pennsylvanian Farmer?
     f) Under the A.O.C how the new government would be funded?
     g) What is the GREATEST American city?

    2) The Articles of Confederation were a very weak form of  government.  Finish 

         the worksheet listing at least 6 weaknesses of America's first government. We did this

         in class but expect to be quizzed just in case!


  Due for Monday 11/13 and Tuesday 11/14 -Review of 1st Quarter

    1) Complete this take home set of questions reviewing the material we have covered.  It will

       be a heavily weighted assignment which requires some thought.  Please get it done on time.

    2) If you want to get ahead, check out the new material!  This powerpoint introduces USA

       for those of you curious enough to wonder if the new United States will make it.


​​  Due for Wednesday 11/8 and Thursday 11/9 American Revolution Test???
    1) Hopefully,  your test is today, so make sure you have studied and prepared your notebook

       as instructed below.
    2) Finish reading Ch. 4 section 4 on Wining the Revolution.  Then answer ALL the Main Idea
        questions AND questions 1-3 at the end of the section.
   

  Due for Monday 11/6 and Tuesday 11/7 American Revolution Test or Review ???
    1) If everyone does the homework, the test will be moved from today to next class.  Yes,
     everyone means EVERYONE.  If we test, it will be primarily on the Road to Revolution events
     and the American Revolution itself, with a few review questions from the colonial period.
    2) The Powerpoint for the Amer. Rev. is here.  Please look it over.  You are responsible for
       knowing its content. 
    3) Complete the following Pictionary and define each of the terms.  Your pictionary and
        definitions should demonstrate you know the terms.

    4) Make sure your notebook is ready to be shared on the test day.  It must have:

         Early Colonial Notes             Late Colonial Notes                  Revolutionary Notes


  Due for Thursday 11/2 and Friday 11/3 - Fireworks and the American Revolution
    1)   Read Ch.4 sect.3- "Struggle to Saratoga" then complete "Main Idea Questions" A-E and 

         end of section questions 1-3.
    2)  Try this quiz on the American Revolution. 

​   Due for Friday 11/17 and Monday 11/20  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) The new Nation will soon realize the Articles of Confederation are no working well.  To 
       replace them, two groups will begin a debate... led by leaders Alexander Hamilton and 
       Thomas Jefferson.  Read both short guides and answer the questions on each. Don't copy 
       from a friend as you will be assured of a zero and a lump of coal for Christmas.  Plus Jesus
       is probably watching.  Next time somebody asks you WWJD... you can tell em: HOMEWORK.

    2) Finish watching the second part of the AOC video and complete these easy questions.

     a) How many states ratified the A.O.C?
     b) What did Washington fear?
     c) Who was the USA's ambassador to France?
     d) What three things did Congress need to do to win the war?
     e) What event lead Maryland to FINALLY ratified the A.O.C?
    3) Click on the following links if you need a copy of the Early Nation class notes or the 
       Comparison chart of the Federalists and Dem-Republicans.


   Due for Wednesday 11/15 and Thursday 11/16  Baby USA and the Critical Period
    1) Watch this short video about the nation's 1st government: The Articles of Confederation
       It's from a new group and does an amazing job of explaining the events we are discussing.
      To be sure you actually understand it, answer these questions AFTER VIEWING IT. 

    a) According to the speaker what type of government does America create?
     b) What action did Britain take to punish the colonist after the Boston Tea Party? ( there’s 2)
     c) In the summer of 1776 what three things did the Continental Congress do?
     d) Who created an early plan of union which was thrown out?
     e) Who wrote Letters from a Pennsylvanian Farmer?
     f) Under the A.O.C how the new government would be funded?
     g) What is the GREATEST American city?

    2) The Articles of Confederation were a very weak form of  government.  Finish 

         the worksheet listing at least 6 weaknesses of America's first government. We did this

         in class but expect to be quizzed just in case!


  Due for Monday 11/13 and Tuesday 11/14 -Review of 1st Quarter

    1) Complete this take home set of questions reviewing the material we have covered.  It will

       be a heavily weighted assignment which requires some thought.  Please get it done on time.

    2) If you want to get ahead, check out the new material!  This powerpoint introduces USA

       for those of you curious enough to wonder if the new United States will make it.


​​  Due for Wednesday 11/8 and Thursday 11/9 American Revolution Test???
    1) Hopefully,  your test is today, so make sure you have studied and prepared your notebook

       as instructed below.
    2) Finish reading Ch. 4 section 4 on Wining the Revolution.  Then answer ALL the Main Idea
        questions AND questions 1-3 at the end of the section.
   

  Due for Monday 11/6 and Tuesday 11/7 American Revolution Test or Review ???
    1) If everyone does the homework, the test will be moved from today to next class.  Yes,
     everyone means EVERYONE.  If we test, it will be primarily on the Road to Revolution events
     and the American Revolution itself, with a few review questions from the colonial period.
    2) The Powerpoint for the Amer. Rev. is here.  Please look it over.  You are responsible for
       knowing its content. 
    3) Complete the following Pictionary and define each of the terms.  Your pictionary and
        definitions should demonstrate you know the terms.

    4) Make sure your notebook is ready to be shared on the test day.  It must have:

         Early Colonial Notes             Late Colonial Notes                  Revolutionary Notes


  Due for Thursday 11/2 and Friday 11/3 - Fireworks and the American Revolution
    1)   Read Ch.4 sect.3- "Struggle to Saratoga" then complete "Main Idea Questions" A-E and 

         end of section questions 1-3.
    2)  Try this quiz on the American Revolution. 


  Due for Friday 2/23 and Monday 2/25         Antebellum Test
  
  1) Complete the following handout in advance of the test today on Antebellum Events.
    2) Watch the following Crash Course Video on the Road to the Civil War and answer
         these questions.


  Due for Wednesday and Thursday 2/21 and 2/22   The Antebellum Era
  
  1) Read the following section in Chapter 3 of the Guide Book (3.01 & 3.02) It is one of the easiest 
      ways to cover the information.  Once you read it, you'll find it's far easier than your textbook!!!
    2) Complete ONLY section 1 and section 4 of this  Civil War Study Guide. 
    3) Look up the remaining terms on the notes from class about Antebellum Events.  There is a 
         test on the Antebellum terms next class!

  Due for Monday 2/19 and Tuesday 2/20     The Antebellum Era
  
 1) Read the Ch. 10 Section 2  in your textbook section and answer the Main Idea Questions
     A-E and questions 2,3,4 from the end of the section.   Seriously. We will start with DAILY

    quizzes. Collect an easy grade. 


   Due for Wednesday and Thursday 2/15  The Antebellum Era
    
1) Read Chapt. 10 section 1 about the politics of Slavery.  Then answer the Main Idea
        Questions A-E.  Then define the terms in question #1 and answer questions 2,3 and 4.   

  Due for Friday 2/23 and Monday 2/25         Antebellum Test
  
  1) Complete the following handout in advance of the test today on Antebellum Events.
    2) Watch the following Crash Course Video on the Road to the Civil War and answer
         these questions.


  Due for Wednesday and Thursday 2/21 and 2/22   The Antebellum Era
  
  1) Read the following section in Chapter 3 of the Guide Book (3.01 & 3.02) It is one of the easiest 
      ways to cover the information.  Once you read it, you'll find it's far easier than your textbook!!!
    2) Complete ONLY section 1 and section 4 of this  Civil War Study Guide. 
    3) Look up the remaining terms on the notes from class about Antebellum Events.  There is a 
         test on the Antebellum terms next class!

  Due for Monday 2/19 and Tuesday 2/20     The Antebellum Era
  
 1) Read the Ch. 10 Section 2  in your textbook section and answer the Main Idea Questions
     A-E and questions 2,3,4 from the end of the section.   Seriously. We will start with DAILY

    quizzes. Collect an easy grade. 


   Due for Wednesday and Thursday 2/15  The Antebellum Era
    
1) Read Chapt. 10 section 1 about the politics of Slavery.  Then answer the Main Idea
        Questions A-E.  Then define the terms in question #1 and answer questions 2,3 and 4.   

  Due for Friday 2/23 and Monday 2/25         Antebellum Test
  
  1) Complete the following handout in advance of the test today on Antebellum Events.
    2) Watch the following Crash Course Video on the Road to the Civil War and answer
         these questions.


  Due for Wednesday and Thursday 2/21 and 2/22   The Antebellum Era
  
  1) Read the following section in Chapter 3 of the Guide Book (3.01 & 3.02) It is one of the easiest 
      ways to cover the information.  Once you read it, you'll find it's far easier than your textbook!!!
    2) Complete ONLY section 1 and section 4 of this  Civil War Study Guide. 
    3) Look up the remaining terms on the notes from class about Antebellum Events.  There is a 
         test on the Antebellum terms next class!

  Due for Monday 2/19 and Tuesday 2/20     The Antebellum Era
  
 1) Read the Ch. 10 Section 2  in your textbook section and answer the Main Idea Questions
     A-E and questions 2,3,4 from the end of the section.   Seriously. We will start with DAILY

    quizzes. Collect an easy grade. 


   Due for Wednesday and Thursday 2/15  The Antebellum Era
    
1) Read Chapt. 10 section 1 about the politics of Slavery.  Then answer the Main Idea
        Questions A-E.  Then define the terms in question #1 and answer questions 2,3 and 4.   

American History I - 2020