Many people view history merely as a set of dates and facts to be memorized, but history is much more than that. History is an organic and ever-changing discipline, periodically discovering new evidence and revising old commonly held beliefs. It’s not enough to learn history itself; one must learn from history the true essence of the human experience. This course is designed for that purpose.

The ultimate goal of this course is preparation for the AP® Exam in the spring. Through this course, students will be provided with content, practical knowledge of U.S. history, practice in critical thinking activities, and experience in effective writing techniques that will better prepare them for not only the AP Exam but also their future educational areas. This course is divided into periods of time and emphasizes themes throughout American history. These themes include the American identity, economic evolution, and American foreign policy.


Students should possess strong reading and writing skills and be willing to devote substantial time to study and the completion of class assignments. Emphasis is placed on analytic reading, essay writing skills, use of primary and secondary resources, and class discussion. This will be a rigorous course, but it will also be enjoyable. Hard work and dedication will be essential to success.

Textbook Companion Website
APUSH Timeline.pdf
APUSH w2k list.docx
Crash Course in US History--a series of short videos; a great resource for studying/review!
Review Videos--Lecture over powerpoints
US History Resource--a webpage created by a professor with quizzes, outlines, charts, review sheets, etc.
Education Portal's US History I-- the site has numerous videos and text divided into different eras spanning from 28,000 BCE through Reconstruction.
US History: Preparing for the AP Exam -- here is a PDF copy of a test prep book. It's divided into chapters chronologically and reviews important pieces of information. It also has some DBQ writing strategies mixed into the chapters.

Semester 2
Date
Classwork
Homework
1/24/14
Review Midterm Exam
Read pp. 549-564 & take notes

Unit 6: The Gilded Age

1/27/14
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Read pp. 537-549 & take notes DUE Weds 1/29
1/28/14
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QUIZ on Ch. 17 --The West on Monday
1/29/14
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QUIZ on Ch. 17 --The West on Monday
1/30-31/14
Learning Target: Articulate the legacy of US expansion westward after reading two primary sources and engaging in small group discussion.
A Century of Dishonor.PDF
Significance of Frontier to American History.PDF
QUIZ on Ch. 17 --The West on Monday
2/4/14
QUIZ on Ch. 17 --The West
Read pp. 569-86 & take notes
2/6 & 2/7/14
Learning Target: Evaluate how much economic freedom a society should give to an individual to seek his or her own ends by reading and discussing various sources in small groups.
The Growing Economic Crisis of the Late Nineteenth Century.docx
Read pp. 586-98 & take notes
2/10/14
Learning Target: Describe the issues and personalities that drove presidential and party politics at the national level during the Gilded Age by watching a documentary.
The Gilded Age Presidents_Video Guide.docx
The Gilded Age Presidents
Finish Watching The Gilded Age Presidents & finish The Gilded Age Presidents_Video Guide.docx
QUIZ on Ch. 18 Weds 2/12.
2/11/14
Think-Pair-Share the Part B questions from Gilded Age Presidents Video
Learning Target: Describe the political culture of the late nineteenth century to include: voting behavior, party realignment, government reform, and economic issues.
Mini-Lecture on Politics in the Gilded Age.pptx
QUIZ on Ch. 18 Weds 2/12.

Read & take notes on Ch. 19 over Feb. Break
2/12/14
Quiz on Ch.18
Read & take notes on Ch. 19 over Feb. Break
2/16/14
Learning Target: Discuss the changes that occurred in the American cities at the turn of the 20th century after viewing a documentary on the subject.
Video Guide_Age of the City.doc
Read Immigration & Urbanization in the Gilded Age.pdf and respond to questions.
2/20-21/14
Immigrants in the City.docx
Immigration Investigation.docx

2/24/14
Learning Target: Analyze whether political machines had more of a positive or negative effect on American cities in the late 19th century by engaging in a class discussion using evidence from primary and secondary sources to support analysis.
Political Machines.ppt
Political Machines.docx
Read pp. 644-651 & take notes

Unit 6 Test (Ch, 17-20) tentatively scheduled for Friday 2/28 & Monday 3/2
2/25/14
Learning Target: Explain the rise of organized labor and how it generally failed to achieve its objectives.
GrowthOfTheLaborMovement.pptx
Read & take notes on pp. 641-644 & 654-658.
Unit 6 Test (Ch, 17-20) tentatively scheduled for Friday 2/28 & Monday 3/2
2/26-27/14
Learning Target:
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Unit 6 Test (Ch. 17-20) tentatively scheduled for Friday 2/28
Take Home DBQ over the weekend.
2/28/14
Unit 6 Test
Write the DBQ portion of the Unit 6 Assessment for Monday 3/3!

Unit 7: Reform, Empire & War

3/3/14
Learning Target: Identify the objectives of progressives and begin to evaluate progressive social reformers attitudes using evidence from the sources.
Progressive Reformers
Read & take notes on pp. 639-657 in Liberty, Equality, Power_Ch.21 DUE Weds. 3/5



3/5-6/14
Learning Target: Investigate progressive reform movements to determine which one had the most significant impact on society.
Progressives WebQuest
WebQuest Worksheet
Finish Reading and taking notes on Liberty, Equality, Power_Ch.21 DUE Friday 3/7
3/7/14
Learning Target: Evaluate the "progressiveness" or Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson after listening to a lecture and engaging in a discussion of which was the most progressive.
Progressive Presidents Lecture
Read & take notes on pp. 672-684 in
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3/10/14
Learning Target: Explain the motivation behind U.S. expansion during the late 19th and early 20th centuries and describe US involvement overseas to account for these motives.
US Expansion & Imperialism Mini-Lecture
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Prepare for the Town Hall Discussion (debate) by reading your assigned documents in order to defend your side of the issue: American Imperialism
3/11/14
Learning Target: Debate the arguments supporting and opposing US imperialism.
Discuss whether or not America should build a colonial empire in the late 19th and early 20th century. Town Hall Discussion Rubric
Read & take notes on pp. 684-696 in
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3/19-20/14
Unit 7 Test
Read & Take notes on Conflicted Legacies of WWI

Unit 8: From BOOM to bust to WW2

3/21/14
Learning Target: Identify changes in America caused by WWI and describe how these changes threatened democracy by engaging in a small group discussion.
Post-war Threats to Democracy
Read & Take notes on pp.751-772 in the American Promise textbook.
3/24-25/14
1920s DBQ & Activity
Read & Take notes on pp.772-780 in your American Promise Textbook
3/26/14
Learning Target: Assess to what extent did Republican dominance in the 1920s represent a change from Gilded Age & Progressive politics
Video: 1920s Presidents
Lecture: Politics in the 1920s
Read & take notes on pp. 787-791 in your American Promise Textbook
3/27/14
Learning Target: Identify the causes of the Great Depression by writing as thesis after examining various documents regarding the factors leading to the economic depression.
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Causes of the Depression Note Sheet
Read & Take notes on
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3/28/17

Read & Take notes on
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3/31-4/1
Learning Target: Articulate a position regarding the overall effectiveness of the New Deal using documentary evidence to support those conclusions & engage in a discussion in which I listen to others positions and then refine my own thinking.
New Deal Documents for Discussion
Read & take notes on pp. 825-838 in your American Promise textbook
4/2-4/14
Learning Target:
Isolationists v. Interventionists
WWII Propaganda
Propaganda posters
Watch WWII from Space
Finish reading & taking notes on Ch, 25
4/7-8/14
Learning Target: Critically evaluate various primary source documents to develop an argument explaining why Japanese-American were interned during WW2.
Japanese Internment

Learning Target: Evaluate the decision to employ nuclear weapons against Japan.
Truman's Decision to Drop the Bomb
"Was Hiroshima Necessary?" by Mark Weber
TEST on Unit 8 on Thursday (P.5) & Friday (P.8)
4/10-11/14
TEST on Unit 8
Read Chs. 26 & 27 and complete the APUSH April Vacation Packet

Unit 9: Post WW2 America

4/21/14
Learning Target: Access the knowledge I gained from the April Vacation Reading Assignment to answer APUSH style Multiple Choice questions.
Cold War & 1950s Multiple Choice Questions
Cold War PowerPOint
1950s American Culture PowerPoint
Read & take notes on New Frontiers in Foreign Policy pp. 971-976 STOP when you get to "A Growing War in Vietnam"
4/22/14
Finish Reviewing the Cold War & 1950s Multiple Choice Questions
Learning Target: Assess who was to blame for the escalation of Cold War tensions with Cuba.
On the BRink: From the Bay of Pigs to the Cuban Missile Crisis
Read & take notes on pp.933-946
4/23-24/14
Learning Target: Analyze the changes that occurred during the 1960s in the goals, strategies, and support for African American rights.
Civil Rights Movement Events of the 1960s
Civil Rights DBQ
Read & take notes on pp.947-960
4/25/14
Watch Determined to be Heard and complete the video guide
Read & take notes on pp.976-989
4/28/14
Learning Target: Assess whether the US was planning on going to war with North Vietnam before the incident in the Gulf of Tonkin by examining primary sources and discussing each with a partner.
The Gulf of Tonkin
Vietnam War PowerPoint
Read & answer the question at the end of the selection: Fighting a Guerrilla War
4/29/14
Learning Target: After watching a documentary and reading first person accounts, evaluate how an event like My Lai could happen as a result of fighting a guerrilla war.
Finish watching My Lai
Period 5 start @ 40:59
Period 8 start @ 39:53

Read & take notes on pp.989-998 for the Block Day.
5/1-2/14
Learning Target:
2008 Vietnam DBQ
DBQ Brainstorm by Muraca
Read and take notes on pp. 1005-1013
5/9/14
APUSH Review part 4 ANSWERS


APUSH Research Project

5/16/14
Research Assignment
Plan of Action
Research project Plan of Action due Tuesday. Be prepared to discuss/conference with me about your project during class.
Semester 1
Date
Classwork
Homework
8/27/13
Welcome to APUSH
Review syllabus & course expectations
Evaluating Sources.docx
Study for summer reading multiple choice test
Required materials (binder w/ 12 tabbed dividers) & a signed syllabus DUE 9/3
8/28/13
APUSH Summer Reading Multiple Choice Assessment
Bring your completed chart in preparation for the summer reading essay
Required materials (binder w/ 12 tabbed dividers) & a signed syllabus DUE 9/3
8/29/13
APUSH Summer Reading Essay
Read pp. 157-174 and take notes for Tuesday 9/3
Required materials (binder w/ 12 tabbed dividers) & a signed syllabus DUE 9/3

Unit 2: From Colonies to Country

9/3/13
Learning Target (LT): Identify and explain the ways in which the
French & Indian War altered the political, economic, and ideological
relations between Britain and its American colonies.
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DUE Friday: Read pp.174-186 & take notes
9/4 & 9/5/13
Finish FrenchAndIndianWar.pptx lecture
Document Study: Read your assigned document in your groups
and from the French & Indian War Document Study-APPARTS.docx
and record the
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Whole class discussion of the LT
DUE Friday: Read pp.174-186 & take notes
9/6/13
Learning Target: Identify the events that led to an escalation of tension
between the British and the colonists. Determine the point of no return and defend your choice.
Causes of the American Rev.docx
QUIZ on Ch. 6 on Weds. for p.5 & Thurs for p.8
9/9/13
Review each groups list of events
RoadToRevolution.ppt
Read Zinn_Tyranny is Tryanny.PDF and complete the Zinn--Tyranny is Tyranny_Assignment.docx
9/10/13
Learning Target: Analyze & interpret the The Declaration of Rights and Grievances.docx using APPARTS
QUIZ on Ch. 6 on Weds. for p.5 & Thurs for p.8
Read Zinn_Tyranny is Tryanny.PDF and complete the Zinn--Tyranny is Tyranny_Assignment.docx
9/11 & 9/12/13
QUIZ on Ch.6
Learning Target:
Read pp. 191-198 & take notes
9/13/13
Learning Target: Identify important arguments for independence made in
Thomas Paine's Common Sense and explain why these arguments helped persuade
American colonists that independence was necessary.
Common Sense.docx
Finish Common Sense
9/16/13
Learning Target: Draw upon the principles of the Declaration to construct
a sound historical argument regarding whether it justified American independence.
Dec of Independence.docx
Finish reading Ch. 7 & taking notes for FRIDAY 9/20.
9/17/13
Learning Target: Draw upon the principles of the Declaration to construct
a sound historical argument regarding whether it justified American independence.
Review Dec of Independence.docx activity
Discuss learning target -- read sections I and III in gordonwood.pdf -- revisit your original
thoughts on the learning target.
Finish reading Ch. 7 & taking notes for FRIDAY 9/20.
QUIZ on Ch. 7 tentatively on Friday 9/20.
9/18 & 9/19/13
Whole class discussion of yesterday's learning target activity.
First DBQ
Finish reading Ch. 7 & taking notes for FRIDAY 9/20.
QUIZ on Ch. 7 on Monday 9/23.
9/20/13
Watch Not Much of a War and complete the video guide
username: amuraca password: history
QUIZ on Ch. 7 on Monday 9/23.
9/23/13
QUIZ on Ch. 7
Begin Articles of Confederation Lecture
Read pp.227-244 & take notes for Weds.
9/24/13
Learning Target: Identify the features of the Articles of Confederation, the reason for its
creation & the problems faced by the government under them.
Continue Lecture
Read pp.227-244 & take notes for Weds.
9/25 & 9/26/13
Finish Articles of Confederation.ppt lecture
Learning Target: Evaluate whether the Articles of Confederation provided an effective
government.
Articles of Confederation Doc. Analysis.docx
Article of Confederation DBQ.PDF
Read pp. 244-255 & take notes for Friday.
9/27/13
Finish evaluating whether the Articles of Confederation provided an effective government
using the Article of Confederation DBQ.PDF and Articles of Confederation Doc. Analysis.docx
Read The Argument by J. Ellis.PDF and complete The Argument_Big Idea Template.docx
9/30/13
Learning Target: Describe the ways in which the Constitution deviated from the gov't
under the Article of Confederation.
Use the US Constitution.PDF to complete the Constitution Scavenger Hunt.doc
Read The Argument by J. Ellis.PDF and complete The Argument_Big Idea Template.docx

Unit 2 TEST tentatively scheduled for Weds. 10/2 & Thurs. 10/3
10/1/13
Learning Target; Compare the arguments of the Federalists and Anti-federalists during the
ratification debates.
Feds-AntiFeds.docx
Unit 2 TEST scheduled for Weds. 10/2 & Thurs. 10/3
10/2-10/3/13
Unit 2 TEST
Read & take notes on pp.

Unit 3: The Early American Republic

10/4/13
Learning Target:
Hamilton's Economic Program.ppt
Hamilton's Debt Plan.docx
Read & take notes on pp. 270-278
10/7/13
Finish Friday's Activity

10/8/13
Learning Target: Explain the ways the new nation coped with domestic and international
problems in an effort to establish national sovereignty.
Natl Sovereignty.ppt
Read & take notes on pp. 278-285
QUIZ on Ch. 9 on Tuesday 10/15.
10/9/13
Learning Target: Describe the political atmosphere that produced the Alien & Sedition Acts,
what actions were criminalized, and the primary arguments of the Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions.
XYZ Affair
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QUIZ on Ch. 9 on Tuesday 10/15.
10/10-10/11/13
Learning Target: Articulate how the Federalist and Democratic-Republican parties developed
focusing on the ways in which the events of the 1790s polarized the two in a class discussion.
Feds v. Dem-Reps.docx
QUIZ on Ch. 9 on Tuesday 10/15.
10/15/13
QUIZ on Ch. 9
Watch the Election of 1800 video
Read & take notes on pp. 289-200 due Thursday (P5) / Friday (P8).
10/17-10/18/13
Learning Target: Trace the growth of the judiciary and explain the significance of
Marbury v. Madison.
Marbury v. Madison schema.doc Marbury v. Madison.ppt Marbury v Madison.docx
Read Ellis_The Purchase.PDF for Monday 10/21
10/21/13
Learning Target: Evaluate the presidency of Jefferson by considering each of the
principles he advocated before becoming president, and then determining to what
degree he adhered to or deviated from those principles through group discussion
and an outline which answers the question with specifics.
Read & take notes on pp. 301-305 for 10/23
10/22/13
Learning Target: Consider the principles Jefferson advocated before becoming
president, and then determining to what degree he adhered to or deviated from
those principles in a Socratic Seminar.
Read & take notes on pp. 301-305 for 10/23
10/23-10/24/13
Learning Target: Articulate the causes of war, major turning points, and provisions
of peace.
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Finish reading & taking notes on Ch. 10 for Friday.
10/25/13
Learning Target: Use a map of the Missouri Compromise to understand the
geographical changes it brought to the U.S. and why the changes provoked
a debate over the expansion of slavery in the U.S.
Missouri Compromise_apush.docx
Unit 3 TEST on Weds/Thurs. = STUDY!!!
10/28/13
Learning Target: Discuss events in early American diplomatic history that contributed to the formulation of the Monroe Doctrine & paraphrase the Doctrine's central points. Monroe Doctirne.docx
Unit 3 TEST on Weds/Thurs. = STUDY!!!
10/29/13
FRQ Review
Unit 3 TEST on Weds/Thurs. = STUDY!!!
10/30-10/31/13
Unit 2 TEST
Read & take notes on pp. 323-330 & pp.359-363

Unit 4: Jacksonian Democracy, Reform & Expansion

11/1/13
Learning Target: Identify the fundamental changes that transformed the American economy from 1820-1860.
Lecture: Early 19c Industrialization.ppt
Read pp.363-369
11/4/13
Learning Target: Identify the fundamental changes that transformed the American economy from 1820-1860.
Lecture: Early 19c Industrialization.ppt

11/6 -11/7/13
Learning Target: Identify the fundamental changes that transformed the American economy from 1820-1860.
Irish Immigration.docx
Research the "Era of Good Feelings" & bring notes/resources to class on Friday.
11/8/13
Learning Target: Outline a DBQ response using both outside information and documentary evidence to formulate a thesis and body paragraphs in which there is both outside and documentary evidence to support the claims and thesis.
Era of Good Feelings DBQ.pdf
Era of Good Feelings DBQ Activity.docx
Outline a DBQ response. Must be typed and no longer than 2 pages. DUE Tuesday 11/12!
11/12/13
Learning Target: Assess the validity of the statement: "The 1820s & 1830s can rightly be described as the “age of the common man.”
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Jacksons_Presidency.pptx
Read pp. 331-338 & take notes.
11/13-11/14/13
Learning Target: Use evidence from primary source documents to determine whether Jackson was a supporter of ordinary Americans OR a cruel tyrant.

Jackson document analysis.docx
Read pp. 339-351 & take notes.
11/15/13
Evangelicalism & 2nd Great Awakening.docx
Watch a "New Eden" starting at 17:53 from God in America (PBS)
  1. Revivals and camp meetings followed the expanding American frontier. They were democratic, egalitarian and traditional in their appeal. How did they reshape religion in America?
  2. One effect of the revivals was a heightened sense of the "religion of the heart." Another was an interest in individual moral reform and the improvement of social ills -- the creation of a "New Eden." How and why do you think evangelical revivals contributed increased attention to social reform as well as individual piety?
Read & take notes on pp. 384-388
11/18/13
Learning Target: Concept map the major antebellum reform movements and their goals.
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11/19/13
Learning Target: Analyze the methods and goals of the abolitionists in their crusade against slavery.
The Abolitionists (PBS), Part 1 The Abolitionists (PBS), Part 2
  1. What reasons do abolitionists give for opposing slavery?
  2. Who are the prominent members of the movement?
  3. What is/are the goals of the abolition movement?
  4. What methods do these individuals use to obtain their goal?
  5. How successful is the movement?

11/20-11/21/13
Learning Target: Determine what should be included in a DBQ essay and score a set of anchors to better understand the elements of a good DBQ essay.
Women 1770-1860s DBQ.pdf
Women 1770-1860s_Student Samples.pdf
Read & take notes on pp.379-84 for next block day
11/22/13
Ms. Muraca @ Conference
Voices of Reform
Username: amuraca
password: history
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Read & take notes on pp.379-84 for next block day
11/25-11/26/13
Learning Target: Read a selection for a history text and answer questions regarding the text in a detailed response in preparation for a class discussion.
Zinn--We Take Nothing By Conquest.docx
Finish reading and questions in preparation for class discussion on Weds 11/27/13
11/27/13
Learning Target: Engage in a discussion regarding the Mexican War to assess the US involvement.
Discussion of Zinn Ch. 8.docx
Read
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& take notes
12/2/13
Learning Target: Describe slavery and its effects on southern society and economy.
APUSH_Slavery.docx VIDEO: Master & Slave username: amuraca password: history
Unit 4 TEST on Weds (p.5) & Thurs. (p.8)
12/4-12/5/13
Unit 4 TEST


Unit 5: Sectionalism, Civil War, & Reconstruction

12/6/13
Learning Target: Explain the causes and effects of the compromise made during the 1850s.
APUSH_Pre Civil War Compromises.docx
Read pp. 438-051 & take notes
Finish Pre-War Compromises packet
12/9/13
Learning Target: Explain the causes and effects of the compromise made during the 1850s.
Review APUSH_Pre Civil War Compromises.docx
APUSH_Ride With The Devil_Guide.docx and watch Video: Ride with the Devil
Read the Background info on Scott v. Sanford & answer the questions
12/10/13
Learning Target: Explain the decision in the Dred Scott case and its impact on sectional attitudes.
APUSH_Scott v. Sanford.docx
Read & take notes on pp.451-456
Ch. 14 QUIZ tentatively scheduled for Friday 12/13
12/11-12/12/13
Learning Target: Rank the following events in terms of their importance to the coming of the Civil War in a class discussion after engaging in an interactive lecture.
- Kansas-Nebraska Act; - Dred Scott decision; - John Brown's Raid; - Lincoln's Election
Interactive Lecture:
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Reaction to Brown.docx Election of 1860 Results_APUSH.docx
Ch.14 QUIZ on Friday 12/13
12/13/13
QUIZ on Ch. 14
Watched the first 15 minutes of A House DIvided
Username: amuraca
Password: history
Read & take notes on pp. 463-475
12/16/13
Learning Target: Compare the two sides (Union & Confederacy) at the beginning of the war and determine who had a better chance of winning.
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Read & take notes on pp. 475-485
12/17/13
Learning Target: Compare the effects of the war on the politics, economics & society of the Union & Confederacy.
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Finish reading & note-taking for ch. by Friday.
12/18-19/13
Learning Target: Assess whether the Emancipation Proclamation & the suspension of Habeas Corpus were sound wartime policies.
Emancipation Proclamation_APUSH.docx
  • Who did the Emancipation really free?
  • How might the Emancipation Proclamation help the Union wage war against the Confederacy??
  • How did it change the ideology behind the purpose for war?
Habeas Corpus_APUSH.docx
  • Should habeas corpus be suspended in times of War? Explain.
Finish reading & note-taking for ch. by Friday.
12/20/13
Learning Target: Explain how the Union clinches victory by watching documentary and discussing it.
Final Stages Guide_APUSH.docx
VIDEO: Final Stages
Read & take notes on Ch. 16
1/2/14
Learning Target: Contrast the Reconstruction policies advocated by Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, and sharply divided Congressional leaders after reading a primary source and teaching your peers about the plan in small groups.Reconstruction Plans.docx
Reconstruction 2014.ppt
Finish reading your assigned plan and complete graphic organizer.
1/3/14
SNOW DAY

1/6/14
Learning Target: Contrast the Reconstruction policies advocated by Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, and sharply divided Congressional leaders after reading a primary source and teaching your peers about the plan in small groups.
Reconstruction Plans.docx
Reconstruction 2014.ppt

1/7/14
Learning Target: Using primary sources, explain why Radical Republicans impeached Johnson but failed to convict him in a class discussion.
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Johnson's Impeachment.docx
  1. To what degree do you think the impeachment of Johnson was a trial where specific constitutional charges were asserted & proved?”
  2. To what degree to do you think the impeachment of Johnson was a political tool?
    • If it was a political tool, was that appropriate?
1/8& 1/9/14
Af-Am. Post Civil War_APUSH.docx
1/10/14
The Retreat from Reconstruction.ppt