APHuG >>> Reminder! Chapter 4 & 5 Reading Guides are DUE THURSDAY - Reading QUIZ over the two chapters will be Thursday!
APUSH >>> Log-on to SCHOOLOGY to take your Chapters 9 & 10 Reading Quiz. It's 35 questions and yes, you may use your chapter outline. NO WRITING UTENSILS OUT! You must turn in your responses to the Chapter 10 guiding questions!
APUSH >>> Be sure to review the chapters and finish your Chapter 10 Guiding Questions...remember your responses must be hand-written.
APUSH >>> Time for another TED ED! Due by the End of Today!
APUSH >>> *LINKED HERE: Ch. 10 Study Guide Questions DUE Friday*
Today, we will complete an analysis of the many consequences of the Market Revolution. Looking at the following sources of information, explain the positive and negative implications of the Market Revolution on your chart.
APUSH >>> Today, in your table groups, you will be researching and looking at the Economic Impacts the Market Revolution had on America between 1790-1840.
You will create a Prezi or Powtoon explaining the significance of the following innovations:
1) Steamboats, Roads, Railroads
2) Erie Canal
4) Cotton Gin, Steel Plow & Reaper
You are to include visuals/videos and concise explanations A) defining the advent of these technologies B) how each of these influenced America's transition to a manufacturing/market-based economy C) in what ways the technology sparked growth of American cities and other regions of America D) in what ways did the technology diversify labor and roles of certain groups of people...
>>>DUE (shared w/ me) by the END OF FRIDAY (11:59 pm)
**HINT: Some good information on this assignment can be found in YOUR TEXTBOOK.**
APUSH >>> Today, we will begin to look at the United States after the War of 1812 and more specifically at the MARKET REVOLUTION and the significance of this era.
DUE BY THE END OF SUNDAY 11/15 - James Madison Addresses Congress - APPARTS
Use the Link below to access the Primary Source
APUSH >>> In observance and respect for Veterans' Day this Wednesday, we are going to spend today looking at the holiday and it's significance in each of our lives!
In Flanders Field is a poem written in remembrance of soldiers who perished on European fronts in World War I.
On the bottom/back of your copy of In Flanders Field, answer the following questions.
1) When and why was Veterans' Day established? What was the day originally recognizing?
2) Why do you believe Veterans' Day is observed in our nation every year as a National holiday?
3) Summarize each stanza. (Total of three stanzas)
4) Is there someone in your family or a family-friend who has or is presently serving in the military? What branch? What would you say to them or ask them with what you now know about Veterans' Day?