Monday: study for Civil War test tomorrow. Tuesday: Read text pages 527-532. Wednesday: read text pages 533-538. Thursday: watch video lecture on the opening of the West + read "Wvoka and the Ghost Dance Cult" and answer the questions. There will be a brief quiz on this material when we return from the long weekend.
Continue text reading on the Civil War so that classtime can be used to write your play-by-polay script, not for basic research. The completed baseball game is due on Monday, 5/22. Monday: Complete internet reading on the New York City draft riots. Read up to & including the page entitled "The Riot Begins." Be prepared to discuss the causes of these riots in class tomorrow. Tuesday: Read primary source "Sherman's March to the Sea" and complete the questions at the end.
Monday: Read text following the chapter syllabus so that you are prepared to work with your team members on the Civil War Baseball assignment during the classtime provided. Tuesday: Read the primary sources on the handout "RE Lee's dilemma" & write a one paragraph response to President Lincoln. Wednesday: Read "Two Constitutions Compared" and answer the question at the end.
Monday - Wednesday: Work on presentation topic. All Presentations will be loaded onto my laptop on Thursday. Tuesday: Read "The Second Great Awakening" and answer thequestions at the end. Begin to work on The Great Awakenings chart, which is due on Friday. Wednesday: Read "Reviving Religion" and answer the questions at the end. Thursday: Read "The Mormons" and answer the questions. Friday: In the Zinn book, read "Intimately Oppressed" and ans questions #5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17 & 18. This is due on Tuesday.
Monday: Study for tomorrow's "quest" on the Era of Good Feelings. As you study, complete the Monroe chart (due on Thursday). Wednesday: p. 317-319. Thursday: P. 281-283 (No, this is not a typo!) Friday: internet research assignment, "The Eaton Affair." John Quincy Adams chart due on Monday.
Wednesday: text p. 267-270. Friday: Complete the map activity if you didn't complete it in class today. Read p. 270-273. Complete Madison chart (due on Monday). Even though the Clay and Calhoun charts are not due until the end of Chapter 13, DON'T DELAY!! Start making entries now.
Monday: text p. 243-249. Tuesday: text p. 249-253 & begin to make entries on Marshall Court chart, which is due on Friday. Wednesday: Read "The Embargo Act" and complete the questions at the end. Thursday: p. 253-258. Friday: p. 260-262 & complete the Jefferson administration chart, which is due on Monday.
Monday: Read text p. 205-211. Tuesday: Text p. 211-214. Wednesday: Text p. 214-217. Thursday: Text p. 217-220. Friday: Read "Who was Benjamin Banneker?" and answer the questions at the end of the reading. Also, begin to make entries on BOTH the Alexander Hamilton and the Washington Administration charts.
Monday: Read Jefferson's "Statute for Religious Freedom" and answer the questions at the end. Tuesday: Read text p. 197-200. The Ben Franklin chart is due on Wednesday. Friday: Read "Why are there continued controversies over constitutional interpretations?" and answer the questions.
Monday: Watch the final debate!Read the short essay, "Opposition to the Stamp Act and answer the questions at the end. Tuesday: Read "Daughters of Liberty" and answer the questions. Wednesday: Complete the "progress report" on your chosen essay topic.This is due on Friday. Thursday: Read text. p. 153-160. Friday: be sure your campaign ad is complete by Monday.
Monday: Begin to make entries on the Ben Franklin chart & read text. p. 127-136. Tuesday: Begin to make entries onthe French & Indian War chart. This chart is due on Friday. Watch the debate and make entries on the Key Issues chart. Wednesday: p. 136-142. Thursday: text . p. 142-150. Friday: text p. 150-153.
Completed early colonies chart due on Friday! Monday: Begin research: "Who are the candidates?" This is due on Wednesday. Tuesday: Read text p. 90-98. Wednesday: Begin work on key issues chart. This research will be the basis for a future assignment. Thursday: text p. 100-109. Friday: text p. 117-129.
Monday: As you complete your reading on the early colonies, begin making entries on the early colonies chart. This is an on-going assignment that will be collected once all of the colonies have been "established." Tuesday: text p. 43-47. Wednesday: text p. 47-52. Thursday: Read "Constructing Governments" and answer the questions at the end of the reading.