Sunday, January 31, 2016

How did social class influence the lives of women during the early national period (1783-1815)? Project Update



Hi all,

I hope you all had a nice week off with the snow.  I do not want to abandon the project we began before we left so here is the schedule that will need to be strictly adhered to.   Once we complete the project we will move on to studying the era of Jacksonian Democracy, western movement, technological expansion, and the different social movements of the era.

At this point everyone should have completed the internet research and the textbook portion of the project.

Advanced:


Date
Topic/ Activity/ Due Dates (subject to change due to testing)
2-1-16                  
     1.    Categorize documents
     2.    Analyze documents. 
2-2-16
     1.    Discuss Documents
     2.    Brainstorm on whiteboards    
2-3-16
     1.    Write Script
     2.    Script Approval. 
     3.    If time begin recording
2-4-16
     1.    Record Podcast
     2.    Hamilton/Burr Duel
  


HUM:


Date
Topic/ Activity/ Due Dates (subject to change due to testing)
2-1-16
1.    Working on proposal
2-2-16
      1.    Categorize documents
      2.    Analyze documents 
      3.    Discuss Documents
2-3-16
      1.    Brainstorm on whiteboards
      2.    Write Script (If not done needs to be completed for HW)
2-4-16
      1.    Record Podcast and turned in

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

WDP: Was the War of 1812 a necessary war?


Was the War of 1812 a necessary war?
1.Three pronged Thesis statement at the beginning.

2.Ex: The war of 1812 was necessary because the British forced Amer. sailors to eat Cheetos, used tickle torture, and said Americans had stinky feet. 
3.References 3 of the documents and explains what they mean in relation to the question.
4.Uses at least 2 quotes. 

5.Do Not use the words “I think” in any way!

Monday, January 11, 2016

Unit Exam Topics Quarter 2 2016

Here are the Unit Exam Topics for Quarter 2:

1.  How the Articles of Confederation influenced the creation of the constitution.
2.  Whiskey Rebellion.
3.  Political Parties and what they supported
4.  Washington Administration.
5.  XYZ Affair 
6.  Alien and Sedition Acts
7.  Elections of 1796 and 1800
8.  Court Cases and their importance and Meaning. (Marbury V Madision and McCulloch V Maryland)
9.  Bill of Rights
10.  Short Comings of the Constitution



Monday, January 4, 2016

The War of 1812

This is the first clip that goes to the movie and they will continue on through the playlist.