Early American History.Democratic Ideas in the Colonies.Moving Toward Independence.French and Indian war, Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts, Proclamation of 1763, Sons/Daughters of liberty, Committee of Correspondence, Pontiac s Rebellion, Boston Massacre
The French Revolution.The French Revolution was a period of radical social and political disorder in France and Europe. French society underwent massive changes as feudal, aristocratic, and religious privileges ceased to exist. The monarchy was abolished
AP United States History.Course Syllabus.Lexington High School.Tindall, George Brown and Emory, David. America: A Narrative History. Seventh Edition. New York, NY. 2007.Unit 1 Pre-Colombian to 1776 (13 Days)
Chapter 4 The Empire in Transition.BIG PICTURE QUESTIONS FOR SECTION I.1) What kind of relationship with England had the colonies grown accustomed to by 1750?.I. Loosening Ties (pp. 102-103) What kind of control did Great Britain have over its American colonies after the Glorious Revolution?
Colonization Review.Complete the following chart.1. The climate and soil of the New England region was a cause for most New Englanders not to become farmers.2. The ______region was associated with tobacco, plantations, and slaves?
The Economic Revolution of the early 1800s.1. All of the following helped create the conditions necessary for the Industrial Revolution in New England EXCEPT.a. A steady supply of immigrant labor.b. Abundant natural resources such as coal and swift rivers
Extra Credit (7R).Unhappy with your 5-week grade?.Complete the following assignment!.What is the assignment?.This is a mini-research project. Write a report on any person or topic from the time period we have covered (or will cover) this quarter. It may
Asian History Name.Following the Writing Process: Dynastic Cycle Short Answer Prompts.I. Short Answer Prompts: Please circle the one you want to address.A. What were the political/military/economic similarities across Chinese dynasties? Present one similarity
Independence Day and the Declaration of Independence.from Wikipedia.In the United States, Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July , is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on 4 July 1776, declaring
Halifax County Schools Eighth Grade Social Studies Pacing Guide 2014-2015
Life in the Jim Crow South: A Webquest.Purpose: You will gain background on the Jim Crow South and the Great Depression to help understand the historical context of the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird
USII.5abc: The Spanish American War, Theodore Roosevelt s Foreign Policies and WWI Review.USII.5abc Test Review: Using your INB notes and your Blue Book, answer each question below.1. What is yellow journalism? Exaggerated News Reports of Events
Battle of Lexington.Battle of Lexington Definition: The Battle of Lexington was a military conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in North America during the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The year and date that
Review Questions for Unit 2 1607-1754.Questions need to be answered on a separate piece of paper!.Complete the following chart.What were the similarities and differences between England, French, and Spanish colonization of the New World? What competition
DBQ- THE PLAGUE.DIRECTIONS- 1. Read the documents and decide which groups (plural/more than one group) you would pair these documents with. Make sure your groups are covering the task(s) being asked of you in the prompt. 2. Write a POV sentence for each
Name: Class: Date.Strategies for Reading Your History Book.Scavenger Hunt.Part I: Textbook Features.Part II: Chapter Features.What is the title of Chapter 1?.Read Previewing Main Ideas.Based on what you read, what do you think you will learn in this chapter?.2. On page 3, there is a large map