Over the break, read chapters 11 and 12. As you read, complete the outlines from the textbook for both chapters and be ready to turn those in on Wednesday. You have the information for this week in the packet handed out before the break in case you want to look ahead.
Here are the important dates for the registration process:
- Wednesday, November 1, 2017, at 8:00 a.m. – Registration begins
- Wednesday, February 28, 2018, at 4:00 p.m. – Registration ends
*Watch the Crash course, US History #12 over the Market Revolution. If you have time, go ahead and watch the Crash course over Jackson,too.
Elective registration is this week! Make sure that you have reviewed your choices and made your selection before you are called from Eng/Social Studies classes this week.
Monday – Review activity regarding the Compare/Contrast of Federalist Era (Wash/Adams) & Age of Jefferson (Madison, Monroe). Afterwards, we completed the outline on JQAdams.
Also, you have the Presidential outlines over J. Q. Adams (esp. “corrupt bargain” and Andrew Jackson using the Flag, over the break so that you can review that information as you read. We will review the information in class.
Tuesday – ELECTIVE REGISTRATION during class and we will begin small group research for presentations over Jackson’s presidency. Listen carefully. You will have a few minutes to review your group assignments and then we will begin to present the information as time allows in class. If you have not already done so, watch the Crash course on Andrew Jackson’s Presidency. #14. (Ch. 10 in the Flag)
* After school help available today 3:45 – 4: 45
Wednesday – Multiple choice quiz over Ch. 11 and 12 (Approx. 15 questions per chapter- You may use your handwritten notes on the outlines (your outline notes or the ones available to print from the textbook website for each chapter.)
We will continue with our coverage of Andrew Jackson – You will complete an evaluation of his presidency using specific evidence and a review of his Presidency.
You should be reading chapter 13 in the Brick now.
Thursday – we will begin Reform movements: 2nd Great Awakening (Religion) , Women’s Rights, Education, Utopian communities, Transcendentalists, Mentally Ill/ Prison Reform, Temperance (anti-alcohol), Abolition You should be reading chapter 13 in the Brick now.
Watch Crash (US History) course # 15 Reform Movements in Antebellum America and #16 on Women’s Rights movement/Seneca Falls
Friday – We will finish Antebellum Reform movements covered in class. You will use the chart outline provided before the break to take notes as we review these movements. The completed Antebellum Chart will be helpful as you complete the take home Reform matching quiz. You have it in the packet that you received before the break.
FRIDAY = Turn in your Reform quiz 1/2 and completed chart 1/2 for a quiz grade. Complete reform movement presentations in class.
Friday – We will begin Manifest Destiny with a map of the expansion of the US during the Antebellum period. Over the weekend, prepare for the RQ on Chap. 14 on Monday. Watch the Crash course US History #17 over Manifest Destiny /Expansion over the weekend.