Monday - Wednesday: Use time to complete your research essay on slavery, which is due on Thursday! Thursday: Read "The Lincoln-Douglas debate" and answer the questions at the end of the reading. Friday: Read "Why did John Brown attack a federal arsenal?" and answer the questions at the end of the reading.
Tuesday: Study for tomorrow's test on Manifest Destiny. Wednesday: Bring all of your completed research for your essay on slavery to class. We will use the calss period to organize your information onto a graphic organizer. Thursday: Read "The California Statehood Crisis" and answer the questions at the end.
Monday: Read "Americans speak out on slavery" and answer the questions at the end. Tuesday: Study for tomorrow's quiz on the reform era.THURSDAY: Have the assignment contract signed by one of your parents. Friday:Complete Pathfinder sheet on the topic you have chosen for your essay for the slavery essay.
Monday: Complete chart identifying prominent reofrmers of the antebellum era, if you were not able to complete in class. Remember, your Jackson obituary is due tommorow. Wednesday: "Americans Speak out on Slavery" Thursday: Study for tomorrow's quiz on antebellum reformers. Friday: Complete one document analysis sheet.
Tuesday: Read "What was the Trail of Tears?" and answer the questions at the end of the reading. Thursday: Complete chart on the Nullification Crisis. This completed chart will be used as the basis for an in-class assignment. Since you will hand in this chart on Friday, be sure you have a copy of this work on your computer to use for completion of part II of this assignment.
Monday: Complete Part I of map activity. Be sure to have the map with you in class on Tuesday, since we will use the map to complete the activity. Tuesday. Reade "New Invnetions Change Lives" and complete the activity. FGriday: Begin to review for Tuesday's test. A study guide can be found on the Handouts page.
Monday: Complete readingt on the Electoral college. Tuesday & Wednesday: Individual work on "What does the Constitution Say?" as needed to cxomplete research for Thursday's assessment. EACH STUDENT MUST COME TO CLASS ON THURSDAY WITH A COMPLETED AND PRINTED CHART. Thursday: Review notes on Constitution terms from the powerpoint and readings completed in class. We will have a brief quiz on this information on Friday. Friday: Complete "President Washington Takes Charge."
Monday: Watch the final presidential debate. This debate focuses on foreign policy. Make notes on your key issues chart. Tuesday: Read "The Second Continental Congress" and answer the questions at the end. Wednesday: Read "Loyalists Oppose Popular Rule." As you read, make a list of factors that made some colonists continue loyalty to England over independence.
Tuesday: Watch the debate! Make entries on the key issues chart. Also, complete the "On this spot..." assignment if you were not able to do so in class. This assignment is due PRINTED in class tomorrow. Thursday: Read "The Enlightenment" and answer the questions at the end of the reading.
Monday: Begin work ont he "Who are the Candidates?" chart. This completed chart is due on Wednesday. Wednesday: Watch the first presidential debate! This first debate focuses on the economy. It begins at 9 pm and will be broadcast on all the major networks. As you watch, begin to make entries onthe key issues chart. Thursday: Read "The Albany Plan of Union" and complete the questions that follow. Friday: Complete the Merit/Demerit assignment. This is due on Monday, and will be given a quiz grade.