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+ U.S. History Periods 1, 3, 5 Weber 217 + Activator Take out your storybook. Going round the room read to us the section you are most proud of. + Agenda Activator, agenda, objective (20 minutes) 11th grade literacy test (10 minutes) Benchmark review (20 minutes) Exit ticket and homework (5 minutes) + Literacy Test Mr. Vitt has informed me that there is a basic literacy test that all 11th grade students must pass in order to get credit for History. The timing is pretty short so focus. You have 10 minutes and if you get one wrong you fail. Good luck! + Literacy Tests and Voting Qualifications The 15th amendment gave African American males the right to vote after the Civil War but the vast majority were prevented from voting because some states imposed a poll tax or made it so you had to pass a literacy test in order to vote. + Benchmark Review + Write one sentence for each term linking it to our study of U.S. History Key terms 1. Enlightenment 13. Colonies. 21. Federalists 33. Political 2. Scientific 14. Anti-federalists. 22. Minority faction; machines. inquiry 15. Taxation without factionalism 34. Urban 3. British representation. 23. Reconstruction immigrants. monarchy 16. 15th amendment. 24. Industrial 35. John D. 4. Social contract 17. Literacy tests for revolution. Rockefeller. 5. Sovereignty of voting. 25. Imperialism 36. Laissez faire. the people. 18. Marshall court 26. Entrepreneurs 37. Government 6. John Locke decisions. 27. Sweatshops and regulation. 7. Thomas 19. Power to review tenements. 38. trusts. Jefferson the constitutionality 28. Pacific ocean 39. Progressives. 8. Declaration of of state and federal 29. Rise of 40. 16th Independence laws. manufacturing. amendment. 9. Natural rights 20. Main role of the 30. Growth of cities. 41. Open door 10. Checks and states in the Transportation policy. balances. constitution. revolution. 42. Panama canal. 11. Branches of 31. Tammany Hall. 43. Hawii government. 32. Muckraking 44. Cuba and + APUSH Periods 2 and 6 Weber 217 + Activator What was the most important thing you learned from writing the DBQ? + Agenda Activator, agenda, and objective (10 minutes) Was James Madison an effective war time president? Post debate writing Exit ticket and homework (5 minutes) + Was James Madison and Effective Wartime President? Britain and France fighting in Napoleonic wars. Neutrality was difficult for U.S. Both nations attacked U.S. ships at sea. Madison signed and then repudiated the Erksine Agreement and two Macon Bills. Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun were the “War Hawks” in Congress. Madison asked Congress to go to war. + Exit ticket and homework Finish reading Ch. 9 for the reading test Tuesday. Come prepared to teach your DBQ.
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