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1 UNIT 1 Early/Colonial America ( ) QUARTER ONE UNIT ONE DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Quiz A (Map Quiz) 7/29/15 7/31/15* Chapter 1 CRS 8/3/15 8/7/15 QUIZ 1 (1) 8/3/15 8/7/15 North v. South Sectionalism DBQ 8/3/15 8/7/15 Chapter 2 - CRS 8/10/15 8/14/15 Chapter 3 - CRS 8/10/15 8/14/15 Chapter 4 - CRS 8/10/15 8/14/15 Richard Frethorne PSA 8/10/15 8/14/15 Mayflower Compact PSA 8/10/15 8/14/15 Model of Christian Charity PSA 8/10/15 8/14/15 QUIZ 2 (2,3,4) 8/10/15 8/14/15 Chapter 5 - CRS 8/17/15 8/20/15 Chapter 6 - CRS 8/17/15 8/20/15 Albany Congress PSA 8/17/15 8/20/15 QUIZ 3 (5,6) 8/17/15 8/20/15 Unit 1 Essay Outlines (Study Guide) 8/24/15 8/28/15 Unit 1 Test Early/Colonial America 8/24/15 8/28/15 1. Between 1607 and 1763, Americans gained control of their social, political and economic institutions. To what extent and in what ways do you agree or disagree with this statement? 2. What role did unfree (slave and indentured servant) labor play in colonial American society? 3. Although many Northerners and Southerners came later to think of themselves as having separate civilizations, the Northern and Southern colonies in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were in fact more similar than different. Assess the validity of this statement. 1

2 UNIT 2 Revolutionary America ( ) QUARTER ONE UNIT TWO DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Chapter 7 - CRS 8/31/15 9/4/15 Chapter 8 - CRS 8/31/15 9/4/15 Stamp Act PSA 8/31/15 9/4/15 Declaration of Independence PSA 8/31/15 9/4/15 Common Sense PSA 8/31/15 9/4/15 QUIZ 4 (7,8) 8/31/15 9/4/15 Chapter 9 - CRS 9/8/145 9/11/15* Federalist 51 9/8/145 9/11/15* Observations on Constitution (Mercy Warren) PSA 9/8/145 9/11/15* QUIZ 5 (9) 9/8/145 9/11/15* Unit 2 Essay Outlines (Study Guide) 9/14/15 9/18/15 Unit 2 Test Revolutionary America 9/14/15 9/18/15 Additional Study Question Essay Outline 9/21/15 9/25/15 FINAL EXAM Quarter ONE Final Exam (2-9) 9/28/14 10/2/14 4. During the Colonial and Revolutionary periods of American History, British colonists in America charged Great Britain with violating the ideals of self government and equality of rights. Yet the colonists themselves violated these ideals in their treatment of blacks, Native Americans, and even poorer classes of white settlers. Assess the validity of this view. 5. The American Revolution should really be called the British Revolution because British policies & decisions were more responsible for final political division between America & Britain than were American actions. Assess the validity of this statement for the period Between 1763 and 1789, the use and control of the frontier regions presented problems to both the British and the Americans. Describe the problems involved in the use and control of the frontier and explain how both the British and the Americans attempted to solve them. Quarter One Final Additional Study Question 7. Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the United States as it existed under the Articles of Confederation. Did the new Constitution successfully correct the Articles flaws or simply create new ones? 2

3 UNIT 3 Early National Period ( ) QUARTER TWO UNIT THREE DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Chapter 10 - CRS 10/14/15 10/16/15* Chapter 11 - CRS 10/14/15 10/16/15* Washington s Farewell Address PSA 10/14/15 10/16/15* Marbury v. Madison PSA 10/14/15 10/16/15* QUIZ 6 (10,11) 10/14/15 10/16/15* Chapter 12 - CRS 10/19/15 10/23/15 McCulloch v. Maryland PSA 10/19/15 10/23/15 QUIZ 7 (12) 10/19/15 10/23/15 Unit 3 Essay Outlines (Study Guide) 10/26/15 10/30/15 Unit 3 Test Early National Period 10/26/15 10/30/15 8. The achievements of generals are, in the long run more decisive than the achievements of politicians and diplomats. Assess the validity of this generalization for the U.S. in the period With respect to the Federal Constitution, the Jeffersonian Republicans are usually characterized as strict constructionists who were opposed to the broad constructionism of the Federalists. To what extent was this characterization of the two parties accurate during the presidencies of Jefferson and Madison? 10. Each of the following individuals expressed strong opinions concerning the policies of the new nation. What opinions were expressed by the three following early American leaders and of the three, whose opinions had the greatest impact on the new nation? -Alexander Hamilton -Thomas Jefferson -John Marshall 3

4 UNIT 4 Antebellum America ( ) QUARTER TWO UNIT FOUR DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Chapter 13 - CRS 11/2/15 11/6/15 Chapter 14 - CRS 11/2/15 11/6/15 Indian Removal PSA 11/2/15 11/6/15 QUIZ 8 (13,14) 11/2/15 11/6/15 Chapter 15 - CRS 11/9/15 11/13/15* Chapter 16 - CRS 11/9/15 11/13/15* Seneca Falls PSA 11/9/15 11/13/15* The Liberator PSA 11/9/15 11/13/15* QUIZ 9 (15,16) 11/9/15 11/13/15* Chapter 17 - CRS 11/16/15 11/20/15 Chapter 18 - CRS 11/16/15 11/20/15 QUIZ 10 (17,18) 11/16/15 11/20/15 Chapter 19 - CRS 11/23/15 11/25/15* Dred Scott v. Stanford PSA 11/23/15 11/25/15* House Divided PSA 11/23/15 11/25/15* QUIZ 11 (19) 11/23/15 11/25/15* Unit 4 Essay Outlines (Study Guide) 11/30/15 12/4/15 Unit 4 Test Antebellum America 11/30/15 12/4/15 Additional Study Question Essay Outline 12/7/15 12/11/15 FINAL EXAM Semester ONE Final Exam (2-19) 12/14/14 12/17/14* 11. Explain the major debates between the following groups and who, in your opinion, came out on top of those debates: Anti-Federalists v. Federalists, Federalists v. Jeffersonian Republicans, Jacksonian Democrats v. Whigs 12. Jacksonian Democrats viewed themselves as the guardians of the United States constitutional democracy, individual liberty, and equality of economic opportunity. Assess the validity of the Jacksonians view of themselves for the period of the 1820s and 1830s. 13. Explain how the policies and actions of the following political parties contributed to the coming of the Civil War from 1840 to The Liberty/Free Soil Party -The Democratic Party -The Republican Party Semester One Final Additional Study Question 14. Assess the moral arguments and political actions of people on both sides of the following issues regarding the spread of slavery in the lead up to the Civil War.-Mexican/American War -Compromise of Dred Scott v. Stanford 4

5 UNIT 5 Civil War, Reconstruction & Industrialization ( ) QUARTER THREE UNIT FIVE DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Chapter 20 - CRS 1/6/16 1/8/16* Chapter 21 - CRS 1/6/16 1/8/16* Chapter 22 - CRS 1/6/16 1/8/16* Emancipation Proclamation & 13 th Amendment PSA 1/6/16 1/8/16* QUIZ 12 (20,21,22) 1/6/16 1/8/16* Chapter 23 - CRS 1/11/16 1/15/16 Chapter 24 - CRS 1/11/16 1/15/16 Plessy v. Ferguson - PSA 1/11/16 1/15/16 Homestead Strike 1/11/16 1/15/16 QUIZ 13 (23,24) 1/11/16 1/15/16 Chapter 25 - CRS 1/19/16 1/22/16* Chapter 26 - CRS 1/19/16 1/22/16* Dawes Severalty Act PSA 1/19/16 1/22/16* QUIZ 14 (25,26) 1/19/16 1/22/16* Unit 5 Essay Outlines (Study Guide) 1/25/16 1/29/16 Unit 5 Test Civil War, Reconst. & Industrialization 1/25/16 1/29/ The Civil War and Reconstruction provided solutions to the problems which existed in America before the war started. Assess the validity of this statement. 16. Women, African Americans and Laborers (Industrial and Rural) all achieved a greater opportunity, a higher degree of equality and better lives during the second half of the 19th century. Assess the validity of this statement. 17. Analyze the impact of the following on the American industrial worker between 1865 and 1900: Government actions/laws, labor unions and technological changes. 5

6 UNIT 6 Modern America at Home and Abroad ( ) QUARTER THREE UNIT SIX DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Chapter 27 - CRS 2/1/16 2/5/16 Chapter 28 - CRS 2/1/16 2/5/16 Imperialism Under McKinley PSA 2/1/16 2/5/16 The Jungle - PSA 2/1/16 2/5/16 Quiz 15 (27,28) 2/1/16 2/5/16 Chapter 29 - CRS 2/8/16 2/12/16 Chapter 30 - CRS 2/8/16 2/12/16 Lusitania & Zimmermann Note - PSA 2/8/16 2/12/16 Quiz 16 (29,30) 2/8/16 2/12/16 Chapter 31 CRS 2/16/16 2/19/16* Chapter 32 - CRS 2/16/16 2/19/16* Langston Hughes - PSA 2/16/16 2/19/16* Bonus Expeditionary Force - PSA 2/16/16 2/19/16* Quiz 17 (31,32) 2/16/16 2/19/16* Unit 6 Essay Outlines (Study Guide) 2/22/16 2/26/16 Unit 6 Test Becoming a Modern Nation 2/22/16 2/26/16 Additional Study Question Essay Outline 2/29/16 3/4/16 FINAL EXAM Quarter THREE Final Exam (2-32) 3/7/16 3/11/ Compare the debates and issues that relate to American expansionism in the late 1700s, 1840s and from , analyzing the similarities and differences in the debates and issues of the three eras. 19. Assess the relative importance of the following as influences on the American decision to declare war on Germany in 1917 while explaining the effects of the war on all three? -German actions/policies. -The American economy. -America s world ambitions/wilsonian idealism. 20. The Phrase Roaring Twenties is an accurate way to describe the 1920s in America based on the social, economic, and political conditions of this period. Assess the validity of this statement. Quarter Three Final Additional Study Question 21. What were the major debates and issues surrounding immigration to the United States from the 1890s through the 1920s? What affected immigrants and Americans perception of them during this time? Name Date Period 6

7 UNIT 7 The New Deal & World War II ( ) QUARTER FOUR UNIT SEVEN DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Chapter 33 - CRS 3/29/16 4/1/16* Chapter 34 - CRS 3/29/16 4/1/16* Letter to Eleanor Roosevelt PSA 3/29/16 4/1/16* Pearl Harbor PSA 3/29/16 4/1/16* Quiz 18 (33,34) 3/29/16 4/1/16* Chapter 35 - CRS 4/5/16 4/8/16* Executive Order PSA 4/5/16 4/8/16* Quiz 19 (35) 4/5/16 4/8/16* Unit 7 Essay Outlines (Study Guide) 4/11/16 4/15/16 Unit 7 Test The New Deal & World War II 4/11/16 4/15/ Explain the similarities and differences between the Populist movement, the Progressive movement and the New Deal while, each in case, discussing the successes, failures and lasting impacts. 23. World War II changed America. Assess the validity of this statement. 24. Prior to American involvement in the War of 1812, The First World War and Second World War, the United States attempted to avoid entrance into all out war with European Powers. Compare American and foreign policies and their changes over time which led to eventual American entrance into war in all three cases. Name Date Period 7

8 UNIT 8 The Cold War, Civil Rights & Modern Conservatism ( ) QUARTER FOUR UNIT EIGHT The Cold War, Civil Rights & Mod. Conservatism DUE WEEK OF MY DUE DATES Chapter 36 - CRS 4/18/16 4/22/16 Chapter 37 - CRS 4/18/16 4/22/16 Brown v. Board - PSA 4/18/16 4/22/16 Quiz 20 (36,37) 4/18/16 4/22/16 Chapter 38 - CRS 4/25/16 4/29/16 Chapter 39 - CRS 4/25/16 4/29/16 Chapter 40 - CRS 4/25/16 4/29/16 Cuban Missile Crisis - PSA 4/25/16 4/29/16 Kent State University & Vietnam War - PSA 4/25/16 4/29/16 Quiz 21 (38,39, 40) 4/25/16 4/29/16 ALL OUTLINES (Cumulative through end of year) 4/27 /15 5/1/15 Review Poem 4/27 /15 5/1/15 [AP TEST] FRIDAY 5/6/16 FINAL EXAM AP US Final Exam (1-40) 5/9/16 5/13/ Although the 1950s and 1960 s are usually considered the decade of the greatest achievement for Black civil rights, the late 1800s and the early 1900s were equally important to achieving social, political and economic equality. Assess the validity of this statement. 26. Analyze/compare the following three decades of American-Soviet relations: The 1950s, the 1960s, the 1970s. Discuss similarities and differences. 27. Compare and contrast the policies, actions and beliefs of the following three presidents: Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan. How are they similar or different. Final Exam Additional Study Question 28. In each of the three following periods, the United States federal government gained unprecedented power and influence over the states and the people: the Early National Period, The Civil War/Reconstruction, The New Deal. Assess the validity of this statement. 8

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