APUSH 2017 - 2018
APUSH - POST TEST
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Period 8 (1945 - 1980) After World War II, the United states grappled with prosperity and unfamiliar international responsibilities while struggling to live up to its ideals.
Chapter 24 - An Affluent Society, (1953 - 1960) Pop Culture in the 1950's
1950's Civil Rights: Brown v Board of Education (1954)
Chapter 23 - The United States and the Cold War, 1945 - 1953
THE COLD WAR - Chapter 2: 'Containment' (13:13)
1. Churchill - Iron Curtain speech
2. George F Kennan
3. Truman Doctrine
4. Marshall Plan
5. Berlin Blockade
6. Berlin Airlift
8. Warsaw Pact
9. Chinese Communist Revolution
The Candy Bomber -
The Berlin Airlift was the result of the Soviet Blockade of the US, Britain, and France from ground access to Berlin.
Period 7 (1890 - 1945) An increasingly pluralistic United States faced profound domestic and global challenges, debated the proper degree of government activism, and sought to define its international role.
The WWII in color video series is an optional assignment. If you want to earn more points, watch 1 to 4 of the videos. Write a short paragraph for each segment and earn 5 points per segment. Even if you simply choose to watch it to get a better understanding, that is great too. There is sensitive content in these videos.
Franklin D. Roosevelt - 1933 Inaugural Address / Biography 1 / Biography 2
FDR - WWII
Key Terms to focus on for the CH. 21 Quiz: 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17
Chapter 20 - The Roaring Twenties to the Great Depression (1920 - 1932)
Harlem Renaissance - (1917 - 1935) The Harlem Renaissance was the name given to the cultural, social, and artistic explosion that took place in Harlem between the end of World War I and the middle of the 1930s.
Video (53.10) - The African Americans Many Rivers to Cross Episode 4- Making a way Out of no way 1897 1940
Video (6:40) - Harlem Renaissance
JAZZ For FUN
Check out this website on JAZZ. Read and listen to samples. You can navigate backward to Jazz during WWI and earlier and move forward toward the Great Depression. This link starts with the Roaring Twenties.
Read the Background of the Harlem Renaissance. Record your findings for this Key Term. From this reading, choose a person to further research. Tell me some biographical information this person, his/her major significant contribution to the Harlem Renaissance, and find a sample of his/her work. Provide a list of your resources. Type no more than a page. Submit via "Turn-in" under Harlem Renaissance.
Chapter 19 - Safe for Democracy (1916 - 1920)
American Expansion - Roosevelt Corollary, Dollar Diplomacy (Taft), Moral Imperialism (Wilson)
Chapter 18 - The Progressive Era (1900 - 1916)
Immigration - read and answer the questions from digital history
Progressive Presidents - Teddy Roosevelt, Taft, Wilson (crash course video)
Period 6 (1865 - 1898) The transformation of the United States from an agricultural to an increasingly industrialized and urbanized society brought about significant economic, political, diplomatic, social, environmental, and cultural changes.
Chapter 17 - Freedom's Boundaries, at Home and Abroad (1890 1900) -
Populism, Jim Crow South, Spanish American War
Populism, Jim Crow South, Spanish American War
Chapter 16 - America's Gilded Ages (1870 - 1890)
Industrialization and Big Business
Gilded Age Politics & Strikes
Period 5 (1844 - 1877) As the nation expanded and its population grew, regional tensions especially over slavery, led to a civil war - the course and aftermath of which transformed American society.
Chapter 15 - Reconstruction (1865 - 1877)
Chapter 14 - Civil War
Documentary: American Civil War Complete Story Documentary Films HistoryTV (focuses on technology / weapons)
Chapter 13 - A House Divided (1840 - 1861)
Antebellum Tensions - Road to Civil War
Period 4 (1800 - 1848) The new republic struggled to define and extend democratic ideals in the face of rapid economic, territorial, and demographic changes.
Chapter 11- Peculiar Institution & Chapter 12 - Age of Reform
Chapter 10 - Democracy in America (1815 - 1840)
4. James Madison (1809 - 1817) Dem-Rep.- Father of the Constitution, War of 1812, American System
Clay's American System - Henry Clay's Economic Plan
Program of government subsidies to improve the economy with a Bank, Infrastructure, and a Tariff. Designed after the War of 1812 while nationalism was at a high. It led to the development of the National Republicans (Whigs) years later.
5. James Monroe (1817 - 1825) Dem-Rep.- Era of Good Feelings, McCulloch v Maryland, First Seminole War, Adams-Onis Treaty (Florida), Panic of 1819, Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine
6. John Quincy Adams (1825 - 1829)Dem-Rep.
Corrupt Bargain, Economic Nationalism (support American System, science, astronomical observation, Dept. of Interior)
7. Andrew Jackson (1829 - 1837)Democrat:
Seminole War (1816-1817)
Chapter 9 - Market Revolution (1800 - 1840)
Transcendentalism - 1830's
Cult of Domesticity -
Period 3 (1754 - 1800) British imperial attempts to reassert control over its colonies and the colonial reaction to these attempts produced a new American republic, along with struggles over the new nations's social, political, and economic identity.
Chapter 8 - Securing the Republic (1790 - 1815)
George Washington - 1st President of the United States (1789-1797)
|M/C question sample: Washington's Farewell Address & War Hawks, students|
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|M/C question sample: Washington's Farewell Address & War Hawks|
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John Adams - 2nd President of the United States (1797 - 1801)
Naturalization Act of 1790 - restricted citizenship to "to any alien, being a free white person"
Jefferson - 3rd President of the United States (1801 - 1809)
Madison - 4th President of the United States (1809 - 1817)
Chapter 7 - Founding a Nation (1783 - 1789)
Constitutional Convention - use the document below to complete your "Constitutions" worksheet
Federalist v Anti-Federalists - Read the arguments for and against the new constitution during the ratification process. The Federalist Papers became a strong argument for a strong national government.
Bill of Rights - Use this website to fill-in page 4 of your Constitution Chart. Read each right and put it into your own words on the worksheet so that you have a simple list of rights.
Chapter 6 - The Revolution Within
|Reading Focus Question answers (Impact of Revolution on Equality, Religious Toleration, Economy, Loyalists, Native Americans, Slaves, Women)|
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Chapter 5 - The American Revolution
Battles - take a tour of the battlefields that led to American victory
Declaration of Independence - compare Thomas Jefferson's original draft with the revised draft
Declaration of Independence - Preamble, Declaration of Natural Rights, List of Grievances, Resolution of Independence by the United States
Period 2 (1607 - 1754) Europeans and American Indians maneuvered and fought for dominance, control, and security in North America, and distinctive colonial and native societies emerged.
Chapter 4 - Slavery, Freedom, and Empire
|Ch. 4 PPT - Slavery, Great Awakening, Colonial Government, French & Indian War|
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Chapter 3 - Creating Anglo-America (1660-1750)
Period 1 (1491 - 1607) On a North American continent controlled by American Indians, contact among the peoples of Europe, the Americas, and West Africa created a new world.
CHAPTERS 1 - 2 - New World & Colonization
First Americans - Exploration - New World
APUSH (2016 - 2017)
POST APUSH TEST ASSIGNMENTS
|Period 2 LEQ - development of democracy - bacons rebellion, enlightenment, great awakening, zenger case|
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