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"Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history."
Abraham Lincoln, Annual Message to Congress, December 1862
 

 

APUSH January 2008

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Complete Slavery: The Peculiar Institution

 

Weekly Readings:

Documents

Text: Chapter 20 due by 1-9

So you think it ended with the Civil War?

 

HW

Zinn 9 Part 1

A Nation in Crisis time line

Outline: 1850s Decade of Controversy

  7 Quiz on Slave Compromises

1. Why did the South secede? Perception vs. Reality

Why did the South Secede

Who freed the slaves

Documents:

Read

Discuss perception vs. reality -- what did you learn?

 

2. DBQ Tutorial

 

Zinn Part 2

8

 

 

9

MCQ To know List

DBQ/MCQ

If we have a snow day Wed read docs before coming to class:

1. Why did the South secede? Perception vs. Reality

Why did the South Secede

Who freed the slaves

Documents:

Discuss perception vs. reality -- what did you learn?

2. MCQ (30 qs)

3. DBQ Tutorial

 

HW: DBQ (review the tutorial info above)

Zinn 9

Text 20

 

 

 

The Civil War and Reconstruction

Weekly Readings:

Documents

Text chapter 20-21

12 13  Civil War

 

 

HW: Zinn Part 3

14 15  Civil War

   Midterm Review  To know list

 

 

16
Midterm (MCQ/DBQ) Review:  All topics/chapters September-January

Text chapter22

19 20 21

DBQ Tutorial and Review

22 Exams 23Exams
Zinn 10

Text through 23

Text 20-23

 

Booker T. Washington

 

 

 

 

Ida B. Wells Barnett

W.E.B. Dubois

 

26Exams 27Exams 28 Snow Day! 29
bulletExam Review
bulletReconstruction:
  1. Schema: What divides a people? [class, race, and the American promise]
  2. Reconstruction Power Point
  3. Plessy v. Ferguson Case analysis (finish for HW)

For Monday:

bulletCase Analysis
bulletText through 23
bulletNPR: News and Notes I See White People

 

 

30

 

 

 

APUSH January 2007

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Complete Slavery: The Peculiar Institution

 

Weekly Readings:

Documents

Text: Chapter 20 due by 1-9

A Nation in Crisis time line

 

 

 

2 3
  1. Discuss Slavery as a Constitutional Crisis
  2. Review wwexpansion/slave Compromises
  3. Notes on The Peculiar Institution

HW: Documents w/qs (see above Peculiar institution  outline link)

4

Discuss Docs

Continue Writing Workshop: Bring Slavery DBQ to class

 

Finish DBQ for HW

5

Quiz: Slavery

 

 

The Civil War and Reconstruction

Weekly Readings:

Documents

Text chapter 20-22

8 9  

DBQ: Assess

 

10  Half Day

View: PBS: The Civil War

 

HW:Why did the South secede? Perception vs. Reality

bulletBrainstorm: Before you read the docs answer in your own words:
  1. Why did the South Secede
  2. Who freed the slaves
bullet Documents:
  1. Read
  2. Discuss perception vs. reality -- what did you learn?

 

11

View: PBS: The Civil War

HW: Begin Mid term Prep:

Practice Quizzes

Model Review Sheets:

A Final Review Sheet from Greeley HS APUSH 04

Mr Montouri 06 (also a final review) -- very good

12

Mid Term

Study Guide

Midterm (MCQ/FRQ) Review:  All topics/chapters September-January 15 No School 16 Review 17 Review 18 Midterms 19 Midterms

APUSH: 10:00-12:00

Zinn 10

Text through 23

22 Midterms 23 Midterms 24 25

Review Mid term

 

HW: Zinn 9

26

Zinn Quiz: Reconstruction

 

HW: Zinn 10 (document sheet due), text Chapter 23

Reconstruction Power Point  Source: Mr. D'Amico APUSH instructor, SHS Westport, CT

The Progressive Era

Women's Rights 1848-1920

Women's Suffrage in Political Cartoons

Suffrage Slide Show

Text:

29

1. Discuss Zinn:

bulletReconstruction
bulletThe Other Civil War: What is Zinn's Thesis? How does he support? Compare this with text Chapter 23.

 

30

Women's Rights:

bulletWomen in History Brainstorm
bulletWomen's Suffrage 1848-1929 Power Point
bulletFree Write: To be seen as politically powerful in the traditional sense, do women have to become "like men." Why or why not?

HW: Suffrage - When, Where, and
Obstacles to Overcome: Complete sections 1-3

 

 

31 1

Women's Rights:

bulletWomen/men in History Brainstorm

 

bulletFree Write: To be seen as politically powerful in the traditional sense, do women have to become "like men." Why or why not? Discuss

 

bulletIdentify 5 women from the list that have achieved political and economic success: What time period did/do they live in? How did they achieve political/economic success/power?

 

2

Continue with:

Women in History

bulletDo women have to become "like men" to be seen as  politcally and economically powerful?
bulletIdentify 5 women from the list that have achieved political and economic success: What time period did/do they live in? How did they achieve political/economic success/power? Obstacles?

Women's Rights 1848-1920

bulletWhat is civil disobedience and how is it applied during the women's suffrage movement in the late 1800s?
bulletDiscuss: Suffrage - When, Where, and
Obstacles to Overcome
bulletIdentify the leaders, goals and opposition

HW: Chapter 7 of Through Women's Eyes: An American History through Documents

Pages 424- 437; 444 - 453 Take notes using SQ3R method and answer all document qs