Horizontal Curriculum Map by Month Enduring Vocabulary Tier III Vocabulary Tier II Date Topic Essential Questions Content Understanding 1) Harbor September 9/8- 2) Hemisphere 3) Plain Geography affects Native Americans and How is geography 4) Cape Latitude, longitude, river, lake, 9/9 settlement patterns. Geography instrumental in the 5) Peninsula 50 states, mountain ranges development of a nation? 6) Mountain range 7) Bay 8) Delta 9) Dense/Sparse Geography affects How do interpretations of 1) maritime 1) navigation Monday (9/12)- Tuesday (9/13) settlement patterns. prominent historical figures 2) colonization 2) exploration September change over time? 3) monarch Columbus + Spanish Mediterranean Atlantic, Henry Economics and Colonies Hudson, French v. Spanish v. religion motivates How did the experiences of Dutch colonization colonization. the early explorers shape the colonization of the North American continent? Economics and 1) mercantilism 1) charter How was the founding of the religion motivates 2) plantation 2) persecution September 9/14- United states affected by the Roanoke, Jamestown – John colonization. 3) Calvinism 3) predestination Jamestown, Plymouth, European Enlightenment? Smith, John Rolfe, Virginia 4) proprietary 4) indentured Massachusetts Bay House of Burgesses, Plymouth 9/23 The United States Colony, Early Colonies, How did early political Rock, Pilgrims v. Puritans, system of government British Policy institutions, economic systems, Massachusetts Bay Colony, is built on European and ideas of religious freedom John Winthrop “City Upon A and American develop in the colonial Hill” traditions. period? September 26-27 Review + Test Historical events are 1) proclamation 1) tariff September 28- interconnected. Causes, Albany Plan of Union, 2) salutary 2) treaty How did the French/Indian Treaty of Paris 1863, 3) infringement French/Indian War + War exacerbate tensions Weakening of loyalty to 4) encroachment 29 aftermath between the colonists and the Britain, Changing British 5) neglect mother country? Policy: Proclamation of 1763, Pontiac’s Rebellion Revolutions are often Sugar & Quartering Act, 1) parliament 1) sovereignty September 30-October 5 caused by multiple Stamp Act, Stamp Act 2) demarcation 2) effigy factors, including How did choices made by the Congress, Sons of Liberty, 3) intolerable 3) boycott economic strife, British Parliament create Townshend Act, Boston 4) coercive 4) correspondence political and social tension with the colonists? Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Causes of the American philosophy, and Intolerable Acts, First Revolution violation of civil What were the most effective Continental Congress, liberties. means of protesting against Lexington & Concord, British measures? Common Sense by Thomas Paine, Olive Branch Petition, no taxation without representation The United States Thomas Jefferson, John Locke, 1) continental 1) provincial system of government natural rights, enlightenment, 2) patriot 2) confiscate October 6-7 is built on European In what ways did different Abigail Adams “Remember 3) loyalist 3) attrition and American The Declaration of groups of Americans view the the Ladies”, Battle at Bunker 4) guerilla warfare 4) scarcity traditions. Independence conflict between the colony Hill, Battle of Saratoga as 5) propaganda 5) unconditional and Great Britain? turning point, loyalists and 6) militia patriots, Battle of Trenton, Battle of Yorktown, Treaty of Paris Interpretations of the 1) republicanism 1) virtuous Bicameral legislature, October 11 United States The Critical How did America’s debate 2) unicameral 2) revenue constitutions have strengths and weaknesses, 3) bicameral 3) unanimous Period/Articles of between small versus large fueled political Annapolis Convention, Shays 4) ordinance 4) inflation Confederation central government evolve conflict. Rebellion, Northwest 5) currency over time? Ordinance 1785, 1787 October 12 Test The constitution is a 1) preamble 1) ratify living document. 2) federalism 2) compromise 3) amendment 3) precedent The United States 4) executive 4) appeal James Madison, Virginia Plan, system of government 5) judicial 5) populace NJ plan, The Great is built on European 6) legislative Compromise, 3/5 October 13-24 and American Compromise, federalism, traditions. The Constitutional How did compromise lead to separation of powers, checks Convention and the the ratification of the United and balances, majority Interpretations of the Constitution States Constitution? rule/minority rights, electoral United States college, federal courts, constitutions have ratification process, federalists fueled political v antifederalists, The Federalist conflict. Papers, Bill of Rights Compromise is a necessary component of democracy. Interpretations of the 1) federalist 1) inauguration United States Washington Administration, 2) nullification 2) cabinet constitutions have Alexander Hamilton v. Thomas 3) constructionist 3) faction fueled political Jefferson, loose v. strict 4) implied 4) tariff October 25-26 conflict. constructionist views, birth of 5) enumerated 5) excise taxes How did the Federalist political factions, Whiskey 6) delegated 6) elastic The Federalist Electoral politics are Administrations of Washington Rebellion, Farewell Address, 7) reserved 7) compromise Administrations driven by the contest and Adams allow for a strong John Adams Administration, 8) veto 8) debt for the center. central government? French Revolution, XYZ Affair, 9) electoral 9) sedition Alien and Sedition Acts, 10) partisanship 10) libel Compromise is a Virginia and Kentucky 11) quasi necessary component Resolutions, nullification 12) void of democracy. theory, Jay’s Treaty Compromise is a 1) embargo 1) agrarian necessary component 2) mandamus 2) frugality of democracy. 3) expedition 3) stipulate 4) dueling 4) promulgate October 27-31 Individuals have the Jefferson and How can we account for the “midnight appointments”, 5) elitism 5) diplomacy power to affect Marshall Court and cases, 6) citizen Republican Revolution victory of Jefferson in the 1800 political change in a judicial review, Hamilton v. 7) naturalization of 1800 election and what was his democracy. Burr, Louisiana Purchase 1803, legacy as president? Lewis and Clark Expedition Expansion has played a crucial role in the development of the American nation. Violation of America’s 1) impressment 1) neutrality Expansion has played sovereignty – freedom of the 2) nationalism 2) violation a crucial role in the seas, British impressments of 3) non-intercourse 3) tribute development of the American sailors, British 4) infrastructure 4) piracy American nation. incitement of Native 5) domestic 5) incitement insurrections, Chesapeake protectionist insurrection How did United States November 1-2 Participation in war Affair, Embargo Act of 1807, involvement in the War of has social, political, War of 1812 + Post War Macon’s Bill, Treaty of 1812 create tensions between and economic impact Nationalism/Era of Greenville Prophet + the Federalists and the on nations. Good Feelings Tecumseh/Shawnee Democratic Republicans and Rebellion, Embargo Act, ultimately lead to a period of Hartford Convention, nationalism after the war? President Monroe + war policies, Henry Clay’s American System, rise of nationalism, market revolution, Monroe Doctrine, Turner Rebellion November 3-4 Review and Test Economics is a major 1) sectionalism 1) reform motivating factor for 2) regionalism 2) asylum 1824 “corrupt bargain”, The immigrants moving to 3) transcendentalism 3) sentiment Common Man the United States. 4) emancipation 4) suffrage (democratization), Second 5) manumission 5) denomination How did the Age of Jackson Great Awakening, Expansion There are various 6) abolition 6) urban/rural represent the further of Executive Power (veto, push-pull factors 7) manifest 7) panic democratization of American kitchen cabinet), Bank of the November 7-10 involved in the 8) temperance 8) recession society? United States rechartering, immigrant experience. 9) nativism 9) assimilation nullification crisis, Webster- 10) spoils 10) manufacturing Age of Jackson How did the continuing Hayne debate, Trail of Tears, The idea of American 11) immigrate/emig conflict between supporters of Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, Dream as a rate states’ rights versus Worcester v. Georgia, Reform motivating engine 12) patronage proponents a strong central movements (abolition, throughout U.S. history. radical government manifest itself temperance, prostitution, during Jackson’s presidency? prison, education, mental Industrialization has asylums, women – Seneca, both positive and Declaration of Rights & negative Sentiments), consequences for a nation. Natural resources 1) manifest 1) popular as in affect national power. Manifest Destiny, Missouri 2) proviso sovereignty Compromise 1820, Texas, 3) debate 2) secession The issue of race has Mexican American War 1846- 4) controversy 3) fugitive led to problems in 1848, Wilmot Proviso, Gold reaching American Rush, Compromise of 1850, ideals. Kansas Nebraska Act 1854, How did American ideas of popular sovereignty, “We the People” is an race and equality evolve over “bleeding Kansas”, Preston November 14-18 emerging concept in time? Brooks caning of Charles the United States of Sumner in the Senate, Uncle Causes of Civil War + America. Why was compromise Tom’s Cabin, Fugitive Slave Westward Expansion ultimately not successful in Act, Lincoln-Douglas Debates The quest for racial alleviating tensions and 1856, Dred Scott Decision and gender equality conflict over the expansion of 1857, John Brown’s raid of has strengthened and slavery between the North Harper’s Ferry, Frederick challenged and South? Douglas, William Lloyd democracy. Garrison, Birth of the Republican Party and the Expansion has played Election of 1860, Abraham a crucial role in the Lincoln wins, South Carolina development of the secession, Jefferson Davis, American nation. Confederacy November 21-22 Review and Midterm The issue of race has Battle of Bull Run, war of 1) blockade 1) Mobilization, led to problems in attrition, Battle of Shiloh, 2) total war 2) conscription, reaching American Antietam, Robert E. Lee, 3) attrition 3) pardon, ideals. Ulysses S. Grant, greenbacks, 4) de facto 4) amnesty, martial law, writ of habeas 5) de jure 5) impeachment “We the People” is an corpus, Battle of Gettysburg, 6) carpetbagger 6) arsenal emerging concept in Gettysburg Address, 7) scalawag 7) casualty the United States of Emancipation Proclamation, 8) copperhead 8) contraband November 28-December 2 America. Battle of Fredericksburg, Battle 9) sharecropping 9) stalemate of Chancellorsville, Sherman’s 10) segregation 10) bureau The quest for racial How can we account for the March to the Sea, 11) impeachment 11) bureaucrat and gender equality North’s victory over the South Copperheads, Election of 12) to grandfather 12) civil Civil War + has strengthened and in the Civil War? 1864, Peace Democrats, 13) strategic Reconstruction/Jim challenged Reconstruction: Lincoln, 14) clause Crow democracy. To what extent was the Presidential, Congressional Reconstruction period a (Radical Republicans), success? Freedmen’s Bureau, 40 acres and a mule, Black Codes, 13th, 14th and 15th Amendment, Johnson’s impeachment, carpetbagger, scalawag, Hiram Revels, Blanche Bruce, Election of 1876 – Hayes v. Tilden, The New South, Successes and failures of Reconstuction, sharecropping, tenant farming, Jim Crow, KKK The issue of race has 1) assimilation 1) subsidy led to problems in 2) severalty 2) degradation reaching American 3) frontier 3) grant ideals. 4) homestead 4) myth Morrill Land Grant Act, Pacific 5) transcontinental 5) homogenous The idea of American Railway Act, transcontinental Dream as a railroad, land grants, Irish and December 5-7 motivating engine Chinese labor, environmental Westward Expansion + What are the costs and throughout U.S. history. degradation, Homestead Act, Native Americans and benefits of Westward homesteaders, Native QUIZ Expansion in the latter part of There are various Americans, Dawes Act, the nineteenth century? push-pull factors Carlisle Schools and involved in the assimilation, buffalo soldiers, immigrant experience. Helen Hunt’s A Century of Dishono, Turner’s Frontier Thesis Economics is a major motivating factor for immigrants moving to the United States. bessemer steel process, mass 1) anarchy 1) philanthropy production, telephone, 2) scab 2) urbanization telegram, Westinghouse, 3) trust 3) industrialization Edison, Brooklyn Bridge, U.S. 4) monopoly 4) speculation government commitment to 5) vertical 5) unionization economic growth, laissez faire consolidation 6) capitalism economy, John D. 6) horizontal 7) stocks Second Industrial Rockefeller, Cornelius consolidation 8) corporation The idea of American Revolution: Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie, 7) laissez-faire Dream as a Rise of Big Business + “rags to riches”, vertical v. 8) holding December 8-23 motivating engine Labor Unions, horizontal consolidation, trust, company How did the expansion of throughout U.S. history. Immigration, holding company, 9) socialism industry affect the social, Urbanization monopolies, robber barons v. 10) collective political, and economic captains of industry, Sherman bargaining climate of the United States? -There Will Be Blood or Antitrust Act 1887, boom and New York Burns bust cycles, Knights of Labor, Documentary American Federation of -Test! Labor, The Wobblies, socialism, anarchism, collective bargaining, scabs, Railway Strike 1877, Haymarket Riot, Homestead Strike, Pullman Strike, U.S. governments lack of protection of labor unions, public opinion of labor unions Uneven distribution of wealth, 1) gilded 1) Deflation, graft, political machines, 2) graft 2) nationalization, corruption, The Gilded Age 3) mugwumps 3) civil service Presidents: Grant, mugwumps, 4) stalwart 4) monetary half-breeds, stalwarts, 5) half-breed fiscal assassination of Garfield, 6) political machine Chester Arthur, Pendleton Civil 7) grangers Service Act, Benjamin bi-metallic To what extent was the Gilded Harrison, Cleveland as only January 3-10 Age a period marked by “do- Gilded Age Democrat The Gilded Age + Rise nothing” presidents and President, Tweed ring, Whiskey of Populist Movement rampant corruption? Ring, Thomas Nast, monetary policy, gold bugs v. silverites, How do third parties affect Bland Allison Act 1878, the national elections? grange movement, Farmers Alliance, Interstate Commerce Act 1883, populists, William Jennings Bryan “Cross of Gold” speech, nationalization of railroads, Election of 1896 and McKinley, graduated income tax January 11-13 Review for final Exam Electoral politics are 1) Muckrakers 1) Idealistic Causes, Influence of Populists, driven by the contest 2) Suffragettes 2) ideals January 17-23 Presidents TR, Taft, Wilson, for the center. 3) Initiative 3) competency What were the goals and Reform Movements (voting, 4) Referendum 4) democratization achievements of the women, prohibition, The idea of American Progressive Era 5) Direct primary 5) progressive Progressive Era at the Federal, conservationist, income tax, Dream as a 6) Recall 6) pragmatic state, and local levels? anti-trust, direct election of motivating engine 7) Prohibition 7) utilitarian senators), Amendments 16th- throughout U.S. history. 8) conservation 19th, Literature The need for natural 1) imperialism 1) sensationalism resources and new 2) war hawk 2) unincorporated markets fuels a nations 3) protectorate 3) hegemony desire to expand. 4) corollary 4) racism 5) colonization 5) paternalism Natural resources 6) subjugation Causes, Imperialist Presidents, affect national power. 7) overproduction Spanish American War (Cuba, 8) pacifist January 24-27 Puerto Rico, Guam, Samoa), Globalization is an 9) morality War in the Philippines, Colonial evolving force How did economics motivate Possessions, Anti Imperialists presenting new Imperialism American expansion (debate), Roosevelt Corollary challenges to the overseas? (Panama Canal, Great White United States. Fleet), Taft’s “Dollar Diplomacy”, Wilson & Moral Expansion has played Diplomacy a crucial role in the development of the American nation. Economics motivates foreign policy January 31 Unit Test General Causes, Alliances, 1) alliance 1) ideological America’s involvement, 2) mobilization 2) curtailment Neutrality, Submarine Warfare, 3) militarism 3) abridgement Zimmerman Note, Russian 4) autocracy 4) infringement Revolution (ideological 5) ration 5) unrestricted How does American connection), America’s role in 6) propaganda bonds involvement in wars affect the helping Allies win, The War at 7) self-determination February 1-6 home front? Economics motivates Home (War Industries Board, 8) armistice foreign policy Mobilization, Propaganda, 9) convoy World War I How does American foreign Anti-German sentiment, 10) nationalism policy evolve over time? curtailment of Civil Liberties – Schenk v. U.S. , women), To what extent did practical Woodrow Wilson’s 14 Fourteen politics clash with idealism? Points, self determination, League of Nations, Treaty of Versailles, Senate’s rejection of the Treaty of Versailles (checks and balances) The issue of race has The Red Scare, A. Mitchell 1) anarchist 1) secular led to problems in Palmer, Sacco & Vanzetti, 2) fundamentalist 2) credit reaching American Scopes Trial, Fundamentalism, 3) supremacist 3) nostrum ideals. Rise of KKK, Foreign Policy of 4) isolationism 4) conformity Isolationism, Warren Harding’s 5) consumerism 5) renaissance February 7-10 To what extent was the 1920s The quest for racial “Return to Normalcy”, Rise of 6) normalcy marked by isolationism and a and gender equality consumerism, new inventions, 7) flapper betrayal of progressive has strengthened and 1920’s “The business of flappers, 19th amendment, The 8) bootlegger reform? challenged America is business” Great Migration, Harlem 9) speak easy democracy. Renaissance, clash between How did WWI affect American modern and traditional culture? values, 18th amendment and effects of prohibition on American society Coolidge – pro big business & anti labor unions February 13-14 UNIT TEST ON WW1 & 1920’s Economics affect Causes: high tariff, Stock 1) hooverville 1) deregulation domestic policy and Market Crash (buying on 2) trickle down 2) individualism political decisions. margin, speculation, 3) interdependence 3) diversification deregulation of stock market), 4) hobo 4) deficit February 27-28 inequality of wealth, excesses 5) tramp 5) inequity How do various factors of consumer culture, buying 6) disparity Great Depression contribute to economic on credit, overproduction crises? (including agricultural produce), Dust Bowl, lack of diversity in American business, world phenomenon, Herbert Hoover’s indirect relief, Hoovervilles Economics affect Election of 1932, Franklin D. 1) welfare 1) liberal February 29 -March domestic policy and Roosevelt, The New Deal, 2) Keynesian 2) conservative political decisions. Relief, Recovery & Reform, 3) National debt 3) coalition AAA, NIRA, FDIC, SEC, Bank 4) GDP 4) demagogue The New Deal/ thematic How did the role of the Holiday, Fireside Chats, The 5) revenue 2 or DBQ essay on the federal government change Second New Deal, Social New Deal as a result of national crises? Security, Supreme Court Packing of 1937, Criticisms of the New Deal (liberal & conservative) Globalization is an Causes, Neutrality Acts, Cash 1) fascism 1) refugee evolving force & Carry Act, Lend-Lease Act, 2) totalitarianism 2) genocide presenting new Destroyers for Bases, 3) appeasement 3) internment challenges to the Appeasement, Pearl Harbor, 4) blitzkrieg 4) civil liberties March 5-9 United States. How does United States Allies, Axis, Two Front War 5) carpet bombing World War II foreign policy shift as a result (European & Pacific), 6) island hopping Economics motivates of international conflict? Homefront – rationing, 7) war crime foreign policy internment camps, Korematsu v. U.S., women and labor, African Americans – Double V Campaign, Zoot Suit Riots March 12-13 1920s-WWII Midterm Globalization is an Cold War – Yalta Conference, 1) containment 1) conformity evolving force United Nations, Potsdam 2) collective security 2) consensus March 14-16 presenting new How do ideological Conference, Manhattan 3) McCarthyism 3) partition challenges to the differences lead to Project + dropping of atomic 4) Blacklist 4) pact The Cold War & Truman United States. international tensions? bomb, Iron Curtain, Marshall 5) deterrence Plan, George Kennan, Truman Doctrine, NATO v. Warsaw Pact, Berlin Airlift, Korean War, General MacArthur How do ideological Brinkmanship, Vietnam, John March 19 The Cold War & differences lead to Foster Dulles, Massive Eisenhower international tensions? Retaliation, Suez Canal Crises, Domino Theory, Military Industrial Complex The issue of race has 1) baby boom 1) counterculture led to problems in 2) counterculture 2) integration reaching American 3) desegregation 3) per capita 1954 NAACP + Brown, Rosa ideals. How did African Americans in 4) youth culture 4) boycott Parks + Montgomery Bus the United States challenge 5) sit-in Boycott, Emmet Till, Little Rock “We the People” is an discriminatory laws and 6) rally March 20-23 9, MLK Jr, SLCC, SNCC, sit-ins emerging concept in 1950’s Civil Rights policies? the United States of Movement, 1950’s culture of conformity, America. Culture/Counterculture To what extent did a culture suburbanization, the man in of consensus and conformity the grey flannel suit, keeping The quest for racial emerge after WWII? up with the Jones, and gender equality counterculture and Beat has strengthened and Generation, women challenged democracy. Electoral politics are 1) brinkmanship 1) telegenic driven by the contest 1960 Election, first televised 2) domino theory 2) mandate March 26-27 for the center. What role does media play in debate, mandate, Richard 3) arms race 1960’s JFK – Foreign & the national election process? Nixon, NASA, Peace Corps, Domestic Expansion has played New Frontier, Space Race, a crucial role in the Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile development of the Crisis, Vietnam American nation. “We the People” is an Great Society, War on Poverty, 1) health care 1) escalation emerging concept in Civil Rights Act 1964, Voting 2) conscientious 2) resolution the United States of Rights Act 1965, Civil Rights objector America. Act 1968, Gulf of Tonkin 3) environmentalism What are the challenges of Resolution, Escalation of 4) feminism The issue of race has attempting to reform Vietnam War, Tet Offensive, March 28-30 led to problems in 1960’s LBJ – Domestic & domestic policy while also My Lai Massacre, 1968 reaching American Foreign/1960’s Civil engaging in foreign conflict? Democratic Convention (LBJ’s ideals. Rights Movement drops out of race, Humphrey) Why did the tenor of the Civil The quest for racial Rights Movement grow Civil Rights legislation (see and gender equality increasing vigilant throughout above), MLK, March on has strengthened and the 1960s? Washington, Children’s March, challenged Birmingham, X, Nation of democracy. Islam, Black Power, Black Panthers, race riots, assassination of MLK and X April 2-3 Review and Test 1968 Election, Vietnamization, 1) détente 1) pardon Kissinger and 2) stagflation 2) amnesty Electoral politics are Realpolitik/détente, SALT I, 3) Pentagon 3) proliferate driven by the contest Bombing of Cambodia (Kent 4) incumbent for the center. State), War Powers Act 1973, 5) dissident April 16-20 Pentagon Papers, US v. NY 6) resignation 1970’s – Nixon, Ford, How can we trace the Economics motivates Times, Watergate, US v Nixon, 7) injunction Carter reasons behind foreign policy foreign policy Ford and pardoning of Nixon, shifts in American history? W.I.N., Carter and human rights, Camp David Accords, 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan (end of détente), failure to rescue American hostages in Iran How does the mobilization of 1) Reaganomics 1) sanctions Shifts in national certain cultural attitudes lead 2) Conservatism 2) terrorism Moral Majority, Conservatism, culture determine to powerful voting blocs? 3) Contra 3) evangelical April 23-25 Reaganomics, Iran Hostages election outcomes 1980’s – Reagan 4) Sandinista released, Iran Contra Affair, Revolution How does economic and 5) anti-ballistic small government, increased foreign policy ideology affect missiles national debt, “star wars”, American economic presidential decisions? Gorbachev, “the evil empire” policy changes over time Economics motivates 1) NATO 1) disintegrate foreign policy 2) New World Order 2) recession 1989 fall of Berlin Wall, 1991 April 26-30 3) collapse Soviet Union disintegrates, 1990’s – Bush What role do economics play 4) liberation Persian Gulf War, economic in presidential popularity? 5) regime recession and the election of 1992 Globalization is an Whitewater, Monicagate, 1) ethnic cleansing 1) moderate evolving force Welfare Reform, Don’t Ask 2) globalization 2) surplus presenting new Don’t Tell/ gays in military, tax 3) hate crime 3) ostentation May 1-4 How are checks and challenges to the 1990’s – Clinton reform/budget surplus, NAFTA, 4) The New Economy balances exercised in the United States. Bosnia, Kosovo, Somalia/Black 5) domestic terrorism impeachment process? Hawk Down, Palestinian/Israeli Economics motivates peace talks, Good Friday foreign policy Agreement, Rise of Dot Coms Electoral politics are How does the government’s 1)insurgency 1) contested Election of 2000 – driven by the contest role change during times of 2) enemy combatant 2) patriotic contested/settled in Supreme May 7-11 for the center. national crises? 3) Taliban 3) occupation Court, 9/11, War on Terrorism, 2000 – Bush 4) Al Qaeda 4) relief Patriot Act, War in How does growth in Afghanistan, War in Iraq, technology change the Hurricane Katrina, FEMA, political, social, and Internet Age economic fabric of America?
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