D8 DC American History Assignments

TN Prologue-Reconstruction Lesson 1 Study Guide: students should follow the link below to access the Reconstruction lesson 1 study guide.  Students should read the study guide and complete the four "progress check" questions found throughout the study guide.  Study guide does not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guide, progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Tuesday, 9/10.

TN Prologue-Reconstruction Lesson 2 Study Guide: students should follow the link below to access the Reconstruction lesson 2 study guide.  Students should read the study guide and complete the three "progress check" questions found throughout the study guide.  Study guide does not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guide,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Tuesday, 9/10.

TN Prologue-Reconstruction Lesson 3 Study Guide: students should follow the link below to access the Reconstruction lesson 3 study guide.  Students should read the study guide and complete the three "progress check" questions found throughout the study guide.  Study guide does not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guide,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Tuesday, 9/10.

Reconstruction Lecture Notes (NEW DUE DATE!!): click the link below to access the notes for the Reconstruction chapter (Lessons 1 to 3).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column.  For each lesson you should have a 3 to 5 sentence summary. Notes will be due Tuesday, 9/24.

 

Reconstruction Background Knowledge Assignment (Classwork 9/5)- write this assignment on your own paper.  It will be completed in 2 parts.  Please label each part.  Click the first link below to access part 1.  Answer the questions from part 1 on your own paper.  Click the second link below to access part 2 of the assignment.  Answer the 10 questions from part 2 with a Yes or No answer on your own paper, there are no wrong answers.  Last write what you know or assume about Reconstruction in 3 to 4 sentences.

 

Reconstruction Lesson 1 Closure Questions (Classwork 9/10): click the link below to access the closure questions for Reconstruction Lesson 1.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for Reconstruction Lesson 1-The Debate over Reconstruction.

 

 

Reconstruction Video Analysis (Classwork 9/12): Click the first link below to access the questions to answer while watching the video.  Click the second link to access the video to view.  As you watch the video, pick 4 of the questions from the worksheet to answer on your own paper.

 

Reconstruction Lesson 2 Closure Questions (Classwork 9/16): click the link below to access the closure questions for Reconstruction Lesson 2.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for Reconstruction Lesson 2-Republican Rule in the South During Reconstruction.

 

Reconstruction Chapter Assessment (Classwork 9/17/19): students are to click the link below to access review questions for the Reconstruction chapter.  Students are to answer questions 1,4,5,6,7,8,9,and 10. Use the Reconstruction study guides already posted on the web site to find the answers.  Questions do not have to be written, assignment is to be done on students' own paper.

 

 

"Settling the West" Chapter 2 Study Guides-Lessons 1-3: students should follow the links below to access the study guides for Chapter 2 "Settling the West"; lessons 1 through 3.  The first link posted below will allow access to the 2.1 study guide, the second link will allow access to the 2.2 study guide, and the third link will allow access to the 2.3 study guide. Students should read each of the study guides and complete "progress check" questions found throughout each of the study guides.  There are 7 total "progress check" questions.  Study guides do not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guides,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Tuesday, 10/1.

 

Settling the West Lecture Notes: click the link below to access the notes for the Settling the West chapter (Lessons 1 to 2).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column.  For each lesson you should have a 3 to 5 sentence summary. Notes will be due Tuesday, 10/8.

 

Quick Write-Settling the West Lesson 1 (Classwork 9/26):click the link below to access the Quick Write classwork assignment from 9/12.  Follow the instructions and answer on your own paper.

 

Settling the West Lesson 1 Video Analysis (Classwork 9/26): Click the first link below to access the questions to answer while watching the video.  Click the second link to access the video to view.  As you watch the video, answer the questions from the worksheet to answer on your own paper.

 

 

Settling the West Lesson 1 Closure Questions (Classwork 9/26): click the link below to access the closure questions for Settling the West Lesson 1.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for Settling the West Lesson 1-Native Americans.

 

Settling the West Lesson 2 Closure Questions (Classwork 10/01): click the link below to access the closure questions for Settling the West Lesson 2.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for Settling the West Lesson 2-Miners, Ranchers, The Railroad, and Farmers.

 

Settling the West Chapter Review (Classwork 10/04): click the link below to access the questions for the Settling the West Chapter Review.  Read ALL instructions and then answer the 12 questions on your own paper.  Use the Settling the West Study Guides (lessons 1-3) to find your answers and Settling the West Lecture Notes. 

 

"Industrialization" Chapter 3 Study Guides-Lessons 1-4: students should follow the links below to access the study guides for Chapter 3 "Industrialization"; lessons 1 through 4.  The first link posted below will allow access to the 3.1 study guide, the second link will allow access to the 3.2 study guide, the third link will allow access to the 3.3 study guide, and the fourth link will allow access to the 3.4 study guide. Students should read each of the study guides and complete "progress check" questions found throughout each of the study guides.  There are 10 total "progress check" questions.  Study guides do not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guides,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Tuesday, 10/22.

 

 

Chapter 3-Industrialization Lecture Notes: click the link below to access the notes for the Industrialization chapter (Lessons 1 to 3).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column.  For each lesson you should have a 3 to 5 sentence summary. Notes will be due Thursday, 10/31.

 

 

 

Chapter 3.3 Closure Questions-Industrialization (Classwork 10/29): click the link below to access the closure questions for Chapter 3.3-Labor Unions.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for  Chapter 3.3-Labor Unions.

 

 

"Urban America-The Gilded Age" Chapter 4 Study Guides-Lessons 1-5: students should follow the links below to access the study guides for Chapter 4 "Urban America-The Gilded Age"; lessons 1 through 5.  The first link posted below will allow access to the 4.1 study guide, the second link will allow access to the 4.2 study guide, the third link will allow access to the 4.3 study guide, the fourth link will allow access to the 4.4 study guide, and the fifth link will allow access to the 4.5 study guide.  Students should read each of the study guides and complete the "progress check" questions found throughout each of the study guides.  There are 16 total "progress check" questions.  Study guides do not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guides,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Thursday, 11/07.

 

 

 

Chapter 4.2 Closure Questions-Urban American The Gilded Age (Classwork 11/12): click the link below to access the closure questions for Chapter 4.2-Urbanization.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for  Chapter 4.2-Urbanization.

 

 

 

Chapter 4-Urban America-The Gilded Age Lecture Notes: click the link below to access the notes for Chapter 4-Urban America-The Gilded Age  (Lessons 1 to 5).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column.  For each lesson you should have a 3 to 5 sentence summary. Notes will be due Thursday, 12/12.

 

 

Chapter 4.1 Primary Source Analysis -Social Immigration-Urban American The Gilded Age (Classwork 11/14): click the link below to access the primary source analysis.  Read the instructions, introduction, and the source itself.  Answer the four questions that follow in their entirety on your own paper.

 

 

Chapter 4.3 Primary Source Analysis -Social Darwinism-Urban American The Gilded Age (Classwork 11/14): click the link below to access the primary source analysis.  Read the instructions, introduction, and the source itself.  Answer the six questions that follow in their entirety on your own paper.

 

Chapter 4.3 Closure Questions (Classwork 11/19/19): click the link below to access the closure questions for Chapter 4.3-Social Darwinism and Social Reform.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for  4.3-Social Darwinism and Social Reform.

 

 

Chapter 5 Imperialism-Becoming a World Power Study Guides: students should follow the links below to access the study guides for Chapter 5 "Imperialism-Becoming a World Power"; lessons 1 through 3.  The first link posted below will allow access to the 5.1 study guide, the second link will allow access to the 5.2 study guide, the third link will allow access to the 5.3 study guide. Students should read each of the study guides and complete the "progress check" questions found throughout each of the study guides.  There are 9 total "progress check" questions.  Study guides do not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guides,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Wednesday, 1/08.

 

 

Chapter 5-Imperialism-Lecture Notes: click the link below to access the notes for Chapter 5-Imperialism (Lessons 1 to 3).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column. Notes will be due Wednesday, 1/22.

 

 

 

Chapter 5.1 Closure Questions-Imperialism (Classwork 01/06): click the link below to access the closure questions for Chapter 5.1-The Imperialist Vision.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for  Chapter 5.1-The Imperialist Vision.

 

 

Chapter 5.2 Closure Questions-Imperialism (Classwork 01/08): click the link below to access the closure questions for Chapter 5.2-The Spanish-American War.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for  Chapter 5.2-The Spanish-American War.

 

 

Chapter 5.3 Closure Questions-Imperialism (Classwork 01/15): click the link below to access the closure questions for Chapter 5.3-New American Diplomacy.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for  Chapter 5.3-New American Diplomacy.

 

 

 

Chapter 6-The Progressive Era-  Study Guides: students should follow the links below to access the study guides for Chapter 6 "The Progressive Era"; lessons 1 through 3.  The first link posted below will allow access to the 6.1 study guide, the second link will allow access to the 6.2 study guide, the third link will allow access to the 6.3 study guide. Students should read each of the study guides and complete the "progress check" questions found throughout each of the study guides.  There are 10 total "progress check" questions.  Study guides do not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guides,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Wednesday, 01/29.

 

 

Chapter 6-The Progressive Era-Lecture Notes: click the link below to access the notes for Chapter 6-Imperialism (Lessons 1 to 3).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column.  Notes will be due Wednesday, 02/12.

 

 

 

6.1 Quick Write-The Progressive Era (Classwork 01/22): click the link below to access the instructions for the 6.1 Quick Write classwork.  Follow the instructions in their entirety and complete the assignment on your own paper.

 

 

 

 

6.1 Closure Questions-The Progressive Era (Classwork 01/27): click the link below to access the closure questions for Chapter 6.1-The Roots of Progressivism.  Answers can be found within the lecture notes for  Chapter 6.1-The Roots of Progressivism.

 

 

 

6.2 Primary Source Analysis-The Jungle (Classwork 01/29): click the link below to access the primary source analysis.  Read the instructions, introduction, and the source itself.  Answer the four questions that follow in their entirety on your own paper. (ANSWER ALL PARTS OF THE QUESTIONS OR THEY WILL BE MARKED WRONG)

 

 

 

Chapter 7-World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920) Study Guides: students should follow the links below to access the study guides for Chapter 7 "World War I and Its Aftermath"; lessons 1 through 4.  The first link posted below will allow access to the 7.1 study guide, the second link will allow access to the 7.2 study guide, the third link will allow access to the 7.3 study guide, and the fourth link will allow access to the 7.4 study guide.  Students should read each of the study guides and complete the "progress check" questions found throughout each of the study guides.  There are 9 total "progress check" questions.  Study guides do not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guides,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Wednesday, 02/19.

 

 

Chapter 7-World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920) Lecture Notes: click the link below to access the notes for Chapter 7-World War I and Its Aftermath (Lessons 1 to 4).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column.  Notes will be due Wednesday, 02/26.

 

 

7.3 Geography Activity-Trench Warfare (Classwork 02/19): click the link below to access the Geography analysis.  Read the instructions, introduction, and the source itself.  Answer the five questions that follow in their entirety on your own paper. (ANSWER ALL PARTS OF THE QUESTIONS OR THEY WILL BE MARKED WRONG)

 

 

Chapter 8-The Jazz Age (The 1920's) Study Guides: students should follow the links below to access the study guides for Chapter 8 "The Jazz Age"; lessons 1 through 5.  The first link posted below will allow access to the 8.1 study guide, the second link will allow access to the 8.2 study guide, the third link will allow access to the 8.3 study guide, the fourth link will allow access to the 8.4 study guide, and the fifth link will allow access to the 8.5 study guide.  Students should read each of the study guides and complete the "progress check" questions found throughout each of the study guides.  There are 12 total "progress check" questions.  Study guides do not need to be electronically printed; if students cannot print the study guides,  progress check questions can be completed on their own paper.  Assignment due Wednesday, 03/11.

 

 

Chapter 8 Lecture Notes-The Jazz Age (The 1920's): click the link below to access the notes for Chapter 8-The Jazz Age (Lessons 1 to 5).  Remember to use the two column note taking format.  You should have notes in the right column (paraphrase as much as possible). You should have headings, main ideas, central events or dates, vocabulary, important people, and perhaps questions in the left column.  Notes will be due Wednesday, 03/25.

 

 

 

Dual Credit Challenge Exam Term Review: click the first link below to access terms and concepts that will be assessed on the Dual Credit Challenge Exam in April.  Follow the instructions and, on your own paper, explain each of the key terms, dates, and causes and effects of different events throughout the American History curriculum.  Click the second link to access an online textbook that you can use to answer the questions.  Click the third link to gain access to an online outline that details key events in American History.  Complete the entire packet for enrichment purposes only.