Events Leading to the Civil War
Weekly Schedule 11/4
Monday - "You Can't Hold Still": Use the reading packet in class to complete the Google Form located here. If you don't think you'll finish in class, based on the amount of reading and the questions, or if you would prefer, you may write your answers on a piece of paper.
Tuesday - Finish presentations and study guide
Wednesday - Peculiar Institution activity
Thursday - Slavery culture notes
Friday - Nat Turner's Revolt activity
American Pageant, pg. 362, "In 1831 the semiliterate Nat Turner, a visionary black preacher, led an uprising that slaughtered
about sixty Virginians, mostly women and children.
Reprisals were swift and bloody."
Wrap Up Activity
Weekly Schedule 11/11
1) First, open the PDF at right and draw the chart on a piece of paper, or your device. It is 2 pages.
2) Click on the following hyperlink to open today's activity. American Territorial Expansion ThingLink
3) Once the ThingLink has opened you're going to use each of the "tags" on the map to find information about the various territorial gains of the United States. You'll need to fill in the Original 13 Colonies and Louisiana Purchase, since you already know about those.
Tuesday - 1) Finish chart from yesterday, 2) Use the documents to the right to complete the 5 questions located in the Manifest Destiny Google Form
Wednesday - 10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America: The Gold Rush Gold Rush Question Form
Thursday - 1) NHD, 2) Westward Expansion and Sectionalism Part A
Friday - 1) Quiz, 2) Westward Expansion and Sectionalism Part B
Weekly Schedule 11/18
Monday - Westward Expansion/Sectionalism Part B
Tuesday - Events Leading to the Civil War chart
Wednesday - Events Leading to the Civil War chart
Thursday - The event that most directly led to the Civil War was...
Friday - Unit 5 Test