The 2020 DBQ!2020 Practice DBQ, 2:00 - Tuesday May 12 - CLICK HERE2020 Practice DBQ, 2:00 - Wednesday May 6 - CLICK HERELined Paper - print if you have the capability. Better than notebook paper!Posted May 5 from the College BoardThe 2020 DBQ Rubric - modified to fit the rubric we've used all year - from tomrichey.netExcellent 2020 DBQ Tutorials from Heimler's History - WATCH THESE! - ask questions at tomorrow's meetingAPUSH Exam Review Schedule (review sessions will be placed here, stay tuned)Beginning Monday April 20, 2:00, ZoomMonday April 20 - Periods 1/2 - may be used as context for the 2020 DBQPeriod 1 Review - from the College Board's YouTube ChannelNative Americans Review Chart - spans across time periodsPeriod 2 Review - from the College Board's YouTube ChannelTuesday April 21/Wednesday April 22Period 3: 1754-1800 - French & Indian War, American Revolution, Confederation & Constitution, Washington & AdamsFrom the College Board's APUSH YouTube Channel - HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDHeimler's History Period 3 VideosReview Charts (Bradberry)Class Notes - PPTs (pdf format)From the Gilder Lehrman APUSH SiteFrom APUSHREVIEW.COMMonday April 27/Tuesday April 28Period 4: 1800-1848 - Jefferson's Presidency, the War of 1812, post-war American nationalism, market revolution, Jacksonian Democracy, Antebellum Reform movementsFrom the College Board's APUSH YouTube Channel - HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDHeimler's History Period 4 VideosPeriod 4 Review Videos - all Period 4 Videos are here rather than a link for each.Review Charts (Bradberry)Class Notes - PPTs (pdf format)From the Gilder Lehrman APUSH SiteFrom APUSHREVIEW.COMWednesday April 29/Thursday April 30Period 5: 1844-1877 - Manifest Destiny, Sectionalism, Civil War, ReconstructionFrom the College Board's APUSH YouTube Channel - HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDHeimler's History Period 5 VideosPeriod 5 Video Reviews - all Period 5 Videos are here rather than a link for each.Review Charts (Bradberry)Class Notes - PPTs (pdf format)From the Gilder Lehrman APUSH SiteFrom APUSHREVIEW.COMMonday May 4/Tuesday May 5Period 6: 1865-1898 - Last West, Populism, New South, Gilded AgeFrom the College Board's APUSH YouTube Channel - HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDHeimler's History Period 6 VideosPeriod 6 Reviews - all Period 6 Videos are here rather than a link for each.Review Charts (Bradberry)Immigration/Nativism - this one spans across a number of periods.Evolution of Political Parties - this one spans across a number of periods.Women's Rights - this one spans across a number of periods.Civil Rights - this one spans across time periods. Includes a lot of the info from the Women's Right chart.Class Notes - PPTs (pdf format)From the Gilder Lehrman APUSH SiteFrom APUSHREVIEW.COMWEDNESDAY MAY 6 - PRACTICE DBQ - THE TOPIC WILL COME FROM PERIODS 3/4 - FURTHER INFO TBAThursday May 7/Friday May 8/Monday May 11Period 7 - Imperialism, Progressive Era, The 1920s, World War I, Great Depression, New Deal, World War IIFrom the College Board's APUSH YouTube Channel - HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDHeimler's History Period 7 VideosPeriod 7 Reviews - all Period 7 Videos are here rather than a link for each.Review Charts (Bradberry)World War I/World War II compared - same chart you've already seen, maybe....The 1920s - the 1950s section will NOT be tested on the 2020 ExamClass Notes - PPTs (pdf format)From the Gilder Lehrman APUSH SiteFrom APUSHREVIEW.COMDo the following by Thursday April 16
4/5/20: A few things moving ahead.
- Download the Zoom app onto your tablet, laptop, desktop, or phone (not the best option) - a larger screen is HIGHLY recommended as I will be sharing screens with you.
- Be sure you have your World War II outline or the World War II Powerpoint to follow
- As many of you already know, the APUSH Exam will now be May 15th at 2:00, online, from home. Details and a review schedule will be posted on Tuesday April 14th.
- Those of you who registered in the fall are expected to not only take it, but prepare for it accordingly.
- What can I do before April 14th?
- Organize your materials for Periods 3-7 - notes, outlines, handouts, etc.
- Have a great Spring Break - give yourself some time off to relax, reflect, etc.
- Feel free to reach out to me with questions. I will be around and working a little each day. You won't be bothering me.
3/30/20: NOTE to all students. PLEASE READ. I hope that you and your families are well, safe, and being smart in this alternate universe we're all dealing with. The work below is to conclude the GDND/WWII and to get you to look at some of the major events of the 1940s-1960s centered on the two major themes of the post-WWII world - the Cold War and Civil Rights - this is among my favorite times in our course, and it is regrettable that we aren't engaged in face-to-face instruction. I have included all of the class notes below on the post WWII period through the 1960s to help you with the work and to provide you with some of the images from those days. There are also a few additional short videos that you might enjoy.Assignments/requirements are indicated below with an asterisk*.Assignments should be submitted/shared to email@example.com This is a new email specifically for these circumstances. DO NOT use my other emails.Week of March 30-April 3. These assignments are due by April 17 - the end of what was supposed to be our actual "spring break". DO NOT procrastinate however! News about the APUSH exam will be coming soon. Specific exam information will be released by the College Board this Friday.
*Great Depression/New Deal/World War II Short Answer Test - use the Short Answer Response paper if possible - write in dark pen!WWI/WWII Chart - print this and keep it if possible. If not download it. This was an assignment from the week of March 16. This is my complete chart - might help you with the Short Answer and with APUSH exam prep.Great Depression/New Deal Review Chart - same as above except wasn't an assignment.The Late 1940s and 1950sTruman/Eisenhower/late 1940s-1950s - Powerpoint (pdf)Truman/Eisenhower/late 1940s-1950s - Outline/notes - goes with PPT aboveShort Videos Worth Watching - we would normally watch these in class along with the PPTs.U.S. Civil Defense Film - you think fire drills are fun? Bert the Turtle will show you the way. Watch this.Sputnik Mania - you think the world is ending? Watch this.The Hollywood Blacklist - would you name names?Footage of Soldiers Being Exposed to Atomic Bombs - video has no sound.Exposing Joseph McCarthy - Have you no sense of decency, sir?The 1960s and 1970sKennedy and the Early 1960s - Powerpoint (pdf) - no outline, normally I would print out these slides for you.
Johnson Nixon Carter late 1960s into the 1970s - Powerpoint (pdf) - no outline, normally I would print out these slides for you.Short Videos Worth Watching - we would normally watch these in class along with the PPTs.JFK Assassination - Walter CronkiteThe Daisy Ad - 1964 - Johnson vs. Goldwater - probably the most famous political ad ever shown, but only shown once.1968 - The Tet Offensive - turning point of the Vietnam War1968 - MLK Assassinated - April1968 - RFK Assassinated - JuneWalter Cronkite on Vietnam - after the Tet OffensiveWeek of March 23-27 - Let's work backward this week and forward next week. These assignments* are due by Friday April 3. News about IB/AP exams will be coming soon. Meanwhile, I want you to focus on content. So.....
*Crash Course #47 Video - Obama - answer the questions specifically connected to the video.*Crash Course #46 Video - Bush II - answer the questions specifically connected to the video.*Crash Course #45 Video - Clinton and the 1990s - answer the questions specifically connected to the video.*Crash Course #44 Video - Bush I - answer the questions specifically connected to the video.*Questions for the videos above - ONLY DO THE QUESTIONS FOR THE 4 VIDEOS ABOVE - NOT THE WHOLE THING!! - start at the end of the document and work backwards - Obama, Bush II, Clinton, Bush IPeriod 9 1980-2008 PPT - there are a lot of images here to notice as you read through the notes/outline.Period 9 Outline Notes - print out if you are able.Week of March 16-20/World War II - Reading will be more important than ever due to the change in our circmstances. THESE ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY MARCH 27.World War II Outline - HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you fill in the outline from the PPT as you imagine how much you miss having access to my wisdom.*World War II Reading Quiz - answers are due the week ending March 27 - submit an email, file attachment, or share a Google Docs file with the answers to firstname.lastname@example.org*Comparing World War I/II Chart - fill out the bottom portion of the chart after reading through the PPT notes, adding them into your outline, and reading Chapter 25 of AMSCO and/or Chapter 24 at http://www.americanyawp.com/text/24-world-war-ii/*American Yawp Quiz Chapter 24 - see the link to the online textbook above*Cartoons Go To War - watch each anti-Japanese propaganda cartoon at the links below and answer the questions. 1. Briefly describe each. 2. Briefly describe the nativism depicted in each. NOTE: In context or out of context, these are offensive. 3. Why were cartoons like this created and shown?Short WWII Videos Worth Watching - these would have been shown in class along with the PPT.Lend Lease - before the U.S. was officially in the war, this was how we got around our neutrality laws to help save Britain and aid other nations who would soon be our Allies. See the chart in the PPT.How Most People Found Out About Pearl Harbor - Has there been an event in your life where you'll remember exactly where you were and what you were doing when it happened? My grandparents - Pearl Harbor. My parents - JFK/MLK assassinations, Cuban Missile Crisis. Most of your parents and me - the 9/11 attacks.FDR Declares War - address to Congress.Atomic Bomb - BBC re-enactment of the bombing of HiroshimaJapan Surrenders - VJ-Day3rd Nine Weeks 2019-2020Choose ONE of the articles below: read and annotate/outline by Friday January 17. These go along with Period 6.The Gilded AgeLattimer Massacre - very interesting extra credit article on a lesser known labor event during the Gilded Age - answer the questions at the end - by Monday Feb. 3.Cartoon Analysis Form - search and find an appropriate American Imperialism cartoon - complete the Cartoon Analysis form, print a copy of the cartoon if possible - due no later Monday Feb. 3.The Jungle - follow the directions at the top of the document - prepare for class discussion on Thursday Feb. 6.Triangle Fire Article and Article Assignment - due date Friday Feb. 7. Here's the article with the research citations - Triangle Factory Article with researchExtra Credit - must be done by Tuesday Feb 18 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOrD0tH_WaM - if the link doesn't work search for the film.THE GREAT MIGRATION - due by Wednesday Feb. 19
Go to this link: The Great Migration1. View the image gallery and maps.2. Read (really read it won't hurt) through the sections titled:OverviewLeaving the SouthMigration FeverThe Journey NorthNetworks and MediaA New Industrial LandscapeHard Life in the NorthLegacies3. Find a map of the Great Migration - there are many outside of the website you're using.Define demographics.List the major cities affected by this important demographic shift.4. Answer the following:a. For what reasons did many black citizens seek to migrate out of the South?b. What aspects of life were different for black citizens in northern states/cities? What aspects were similar to the south?c. What difficulties did black citizens endure during their migration and once they were relocated?d. How did the Great Migration affect:arts and entertainment?education?political participation?employment?Causes of the Great Depression article - pdf
2nd Nine Weeks 2019-2020NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS:http://www.ushistory.org/us/index.asp - Use this online textbook as an additional resource.Period 4 Review Sheet - from apushreview.com - may be turned in for EXTRA CREDIT by Tuesday November 12.
John Brown's Raid - article from Smithsonian - read and write a 250 word summary of the major points - EXTRA CREDIT - by December 2.Reconstruction Text and Reading Quiz - READ and answer the quiz on a separate sheet of paper - due Friday December 6.Reconstruction Articles - assignment due Monday December 9.Cartoon Analysis Form - search and find an appropriate Reconstruction Era cartoon - complete the Cartoon Analysis form, print a copy of the cartoon if possible - due as an extra credit writing assignment no later Wednesday December 11.1st Nine Weeks 2019-2020 100 Most InfluentialTest Re-Take and Test Correction Policy 2019 - posted 8/29. Begins after the Period 2 Test.OPCVL Chart - for your reference
Old Deluder Satan Laws this is a better copy than the one I gave you! Prepare for discussion on Tuesday August 27.Questions for Massachusetts School Laws - the documents right aboveKing Phillip's War Article and Assignment - read and answer the questions by Wednesday August 28Sons of Liberty Article (doc) Sons of Liberty Article (pdf)- must be read by Wednesday 9/18 - HINT HINT DO THISThomas Paine Quotes - due by Friday 9/20Declaration of Independence Assignment - https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/declaration-transcript - due by Monday 9/23
Revolution Video Questions - may do as EXTRA CREDIT - Blows Must Decide - if link doesn't work go to You Tube and search Blows Must Decide - for extra credit by Friday 10/4Founding Rivalries Article - Founding Rivalries Reading Assignment - due by Friday 10/4 - These are pdfs. Will count on 2nd Nine Weeks.Old Format Jacksonian Democracy Test - may do as EXTRA CREDIT if you're freaking out about your last test grade - by Friday November 15.
The Last Chart 2019 - use for Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan - KNOW THIS AND KNOW IT WELL FOR THE APUSH EXAM AND EOC!Crash Course #44 Video - Bush I and the end of the Cold WarCrash Course #43 Video - Reagan and the 1980sExtra Credit Video - Video Questions - Happy Daze Video - due by April 18 at the latest - see me if you want a copy of the questions. I have some extra from past years.Extra Credit VideoGeorgia Milestones EOC Exam Prep
Comprehensive Georgia Milestones EOC Review - updated 2018 - YOU HAVE THIS ALREADY
Georgia Milestones Review Answers (scrambled) - goes with the review directly above - updated 2018 - WE'RE DOING THIS IN CLASS
State Milestones U.S. History Review Guide with Standards SummariesU.S. History EOC Study Guide Book - produced by the State of Georgia - YOU'LL BE GETTING ONE OF THESEEOC Practice Questions - EXACTLY LIKE IT SAYS - PRACTICEIB History Internal Assessment (IA) ResourcesInternal Assessment Topic Ideas - we will use this chart for the last few weeks of the school year. However, there are a number of potentially interesting IA topics on more modern history that you can explore NOW. Have questions? Just ask..........History IA Guide - taken from the IB History Subject GuideTop Ten Mistakes to Avoid on the History IA - good advice hereLate 19th Century Reading Assignment - use textbooks or online resources - due no later than Wednesday Jan. 16.Pullman Strike Article and Assignment - due no later than Wednesday Jan. 16.Old Format West, Populism, New South Test - do for an extra credit test grade by Wednesday Jan. 23. This is a firm deadline, no exceptions.Gilded Age Images - corresponds to your notes/outline - use to study for the Period 6 test on Tuesday Jan. 29.DBQ Rubric - modified from tomrichey.net
Triangle Fire Video - full version of the excerpt shown in classEXTRA CREDIT - The 1920s: Boom to Bust - by Friday March 8 - Boom to Bust Video Questions - firm deadline.
Stormy Weather - video on the Great Depression/New Deal from Thursday. You may but are not required to make it up. See me for the questions. I do not have an electronic copy. By Tuesday March 12.Manifest Destiny and Sectionalism Reading Quiz - just in case you "forgot" to grab one on Friday - due Tuesday Nov. 13 - you're welcome!!Manifest Destiny Review Answers - scrambled - goes with the review sheet with all the blanks.Lined Paper - use for all DBQs and essaysJohn Brown Documents - read, summarize in one sentence, give the purpose, POV, context, or intended audience of each document.Old Format Manifest Destiny and Sectionalism Test - may be done for EXTRA CREDIT as a test grade - due by Friday December 7.Cartoon Analysis Form - for Reconstruction cartoons and beyond
Old Format Civil War and Reconstruction Test - may be done for EXTRA CREDIT as a test grade - due by Friday December 14.1st Nine Weeks 2018-2019 - Daily Syllabus 1st Nine Weeks - revised 9/10/18Spanish Perspectives on Native Americans - due in class Tuesday 8/14Africans in American Video Questions - for extra credit by Tuesday 9/3 - goes with the first video on the IBHOA/APUSH webpage
Revo War Reading Quiz List - quiz on Monday 9/9
Old Format AP Revolutionary War Test - EXTRA CREDIT TEST GRADE - answer on a separate sheet of paper. Due in my hands no later than Wednesday October 10.
The Speck of the Future - video questions - do for extra credit - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YM3LwKl1aYM
Old Format Manifest Destiny and Sectionalism Test - answer for extra credit. Put answers on a separate sheet of paper.
Lincoln and Davis Article - extra credit
Old Format Jeffersonian Period MC Test - may be done for EXTRA CREDIT as a test grade. Put answers on a separate sheet of paper - by Friday Nov. 9.
Old Format Jacksonian Democracy Test - may be done for EXTRA CREDIT as a test grade. Put answers on a separate sheet of paper - by Friday Nov. 16.Review Answers - goes with Milestones review below - answers are NOT scrambled.APUSH Exam Reviews - new as of 5/9/18