Period 4: 1800-1848 Chapters 7-12
Week of 10/20/2014
Monday - The Jefferson Presidency (see Gmail inbox), Jefferson Google Form
Tuesday - Major cases of the Marshall Court
Marbury v. Madison
McCulloch v. Maryland
Dartmouth College v. Woodward
Gibbons v. Odgen
Wednesday - Watch and take notes over the following perspectives at Cast Your Vote: War of 1812; GOOGLE FORM (Only Periods 1-3)
Thursday - QUIZ: Jefferson - War of 1812 (1800-1816),
War of 1812 ThingLink:
1) Open ThingLink and log into your account
2) Click the red "Create" button at the top of the page
3) Save the Blank US map on the right, to your desktop
4) Import the image to ThingLink
5) You need to Tag the following places correctly on the map and give a statement of importance for each, including the date. For example, don't just put "a battle happened here." Explain the significance of that battle, city, whatever.
- New Orleans
- Fort McHenry
- Washington D.C.
- Hartford, CT
- Lake Champlain
- Lake Erie
- Battle of Thames
- Fort Niagara
- Ghent, Belgium (no, this will not fit on your map, just put it in
the Atlantic, on the far eastern side of the map)
6) You will have the first half of the period tomorrow to finish this; once finished, you need to click the Share button on the right of your image, copy the Link, paste it into a Gmail to my address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please put your first/last name and period into the subject line so that I can easily sort them.
Friday - Complete ThingLink
Week of 10/27
Monday - 4.2 notes
* begin looking at your debate POV for Thursday
Tuesday - Were the Irish considered white? Use the documents at right to answer the following questions and then use your notes to complete the following Google Form
1) The man in the "white" scale is supposed to be what? How do you know? What is the message of the cartoon?
2) Thomas Nast, a cartoonist drew for Harper's Weekly. Based on the cartoon, what sort of people do you think read Harper's Weekly?
1) Why did the "Know-Nothings" hate the Catholics so much? List at least 4 reasons.
2) According to the "Know-Nothings" could the Irish ever be true Americans? Why/why not?
1) Why were the Irish occasionally used for difficult labor in the South?
2) Based on this document, do you think the Irish were treated like slaves? Consider the whole of how slaves were treated, not just working in the fields.
1) The angry woman in the cartoon is supposed to be Irish. Describe what she looks like and how she is acting.
2) Based on this cartoon, what job do you think many Irish women had in the 1880s? What were some stereotypes about Irish women?
Wednesday - QUIZ 4.2 (See Gmails from last week, Friday); complete "Irish" activity from yesterday including Google Form
Thursday - Debate: Should the Indians Be Moved? Make sure your reading is annotated and the intro questions answered.
Friday - TEST Periods 2-3 Review
Week of 11/3
Monday - Jackson video
Tuesday - Jackson GOOGLE FORM, Jackson DBQ pre-writing
McConnell's DBQ tips 2014/2015
Wednesday - QUIZ 4.3, Finish Jackson DBQ pre-writing
Thursday - Jackson DBQ essay DONE IN CLASS
Friday - Make Animoto account for Monday/Tuesday; Reform and culture chart (check Gmail)
Week of 11/10
Monday - Reform Animoto: You need to create an Animoto for your assigned Reform/Cultural movement. Your Animoto should include the most important aspects, people and/or results of your movement. Someone should be able to learn a summary of your movement from your Animoto. *NOTE: the more you type, the more time is taken away, so be succinct and whatever you can show visually instead of type will help as well.
Tuesday - Practice SAQ over the growing economy of the 1800s; consider the factory system, canals, how sectionalism contributed to the economy, etc (yes, it is a practice one, but it counts for a grade; the lowest will be a 70) and finish Animoto
Wednesday - TEST Period 4 (YAY! the last of the BIG tests!)
Thursday - Computer Lab to begin our new Study Guide (Go to Period 5 tab)
Friday - Territorial Acquisition chart: Open the chart to the right (the usual password), and recreate this chart on a sheet of notebook paper. Using Ch. 17-18, as well as ABC-Clio if needed, fill in the chart. You need to have it done by Monday.