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Blank Social Studies Course Organizer 2010/2011

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Transcript of Blank Social Studies Course Organizer 2010/2011

A New Nation
is about...
how challenges faced by our first presidents impact our life today.
The
Washington
Era
is about...
during
during
Precedents
2-Term Presidency
Neutrality
Cabinet
2-Party System
Jefferson's Revolution of 1800
Laissez Faire
Judicial Review
Expansion
Louisiana Purchase
Lewis and Clark's Expedition
The
Jackson
Era
The
Jefferson
Era
Increasing opportunities
for involvement
Indian Removal
Nominating Conventions
Voting rights extending
to males who did
not own property
Not in a
closed caucus
forced
provided
by
by
during
created
encouraged
through
by
through
through
developed
set
8th Grade Social Studies / Teacher
Room # / 2010-2011

Nullification Crisis
Native Cultures and
European Exploration

Colonial America
Revolution/Constitutional
Convention

Pre-Revolutionary
War

Pre-Civil War
Constitution/Government
Civil War &
Reconstruction

Westward Expansion
Critical Concepts:
History
People in Societies
Social Studies
Skills and Methods

Government
Geography
Citizenship Rights
and Responsibilities

8th Grade Social Studies
Trails to
the West
Western Settlement
how westward expansion changed the nation and its people.
is about...
The United States was
meant to extend from the
Atlantic to the Pacific
Manifest
Destiny
is about...
Conflicts with Mexico
Frontier
: the farthest extent of a
nation's settled regions
Santa Fe
Trail
Oregon
Trail
International trade route
Despite hardships, more than 50,000 people reached Oregon.
Native American Resistance
More equality for women
Mexican American War
Texas War for Independence
American settlers resist Mexican laws
The Lone Star Republic
The Siege of the Alamo
March to Mexico City
A border dispute
Mexican Cessian
Mormons settle Utah
California Gold Rush
Few actually strike it rich.
Cultural diversity is increased.
the ideas, structure, and principles of the U.S. Constitution.
Principles of the Constitution
is about...
is about...
Reform Movements
The North and South take different paths.
Increasing Tensions
is about...
Advancements in transportation, communication
The Plantation South
is about...
forces that began to divide the nation.
Later years and surrender
how Americans broke away from Britain and formed a new nation.
is about...
Declaration of Independence
Early years of the War and a turning point
is about...
A plan for government
British actions to fix problems
Colonial Response
is about...
British Response
is about...
French and Indian War and its aftermath
how the relationship between Britain and the colonies fell apart
is about...
is about...
the geographic features, emerging cultures, and early governments of the English colonies in America
is about...
Early Voyages of Exploration
Europeans compete in North America
The Earliest Americans
The Cultures of North America
is about...
the people who inhabited the Western Hemisphere and how they were affected by the exploration of America by Europeans
Election of 1860
Lincoln's rise to the Presidency
Reconstruction
Lincoln-Douglas Debates
Civil War
how sectional differences erupted into a crisis, and its aftermath.
is about...
is about...
Separation of Powers / Checks and Balances
How a bill becomes a law
The Electoral College
The Bill of Rights
The European Heritage
Published in the New York Times on November 2, 2008.
Migration Theories
Mayas
Aztecs
Incas
7 North American
Regions
Greek and Roman Tradition
Factors that encourage explanation
Columbus
Cortez
Pizarro
Balboa
Magellan
Mercantilism
Searching for the Northwest Passage
France and Netherlands
First English Settlements
Features of the 3 Colonial Regions
Facets of Colonial Life
Spread of New Ideas
Slavery
Society
Government
Great Awakening
Enlightenment
Causes
Effects
Britain gains territory
Britain has large debt
Colonists face Native American resistance in the Ohio River Valley
Proclamation of 1763
Quartering Act
Sugar Act
Stamp Act
Townshend Acts
Boston Massacre
Writs of Assistance
Sons of Liberty
Committees of Correspondence
Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
First Continental Congress
Lexington and Concord
Enlightenment Ideas
Born with Natural Rights
Government's duty is to protect the people
People can replace the government
All states had to agree
12 - yes
1 - abstain
Christmas 1776
Surprise Attack at Trenton
Attack and Retreat
gun powder
navy
Victory at Saratoga
convinces France to officially form an alliance
War in the Frontier and South
Trap at Yorktown
Treaty of Paris
American home field advantage
wears down the British
Articles of Confederation
Northwest Territory
Land Ordinance
Townships, Schools
Outlawed slavery in the territory, plan to create states
Northwest Ordinance
Weak National Government
can't collect taxes
can't tax imports
can't draft an army
no chief executive
no federal courts
Shays's Rebellion
"wake-up call"
demonstrated a need for a stronger national government
Constitutional Convention
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch
Montesquieu
Congress
President
Veto
Override
Political Spectrum
Process
Winner-Take-All
Timeline
Calculation
Citizenship
Guarantees of Rights
Federalism
Industrial Revolution
King Cotton
The Life of Slaves
Missouri Compromise
Women's Rights
Arts and Education
Abolition
The Underground Railroad
Dred Scott Decision
Kansas-Nebraska Act
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
The Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
Strengthens the resolve of Abolitionists
world-wide distribution and response
"Bleeding Kansas"
John Brown's Raid
South Carolina secedes
Fort Sumter
Strengths and Weaknesses of North & South
Early Battles
"Firsts"
Emancipation Proclamation
Decisive battles and surrender
Bull Run
South is a contender
long war is inevitable
Antietam
a bloody war
field hospitals and diseases
Tech Advances
Draft
Income Tax
Changes the focus of the war in the North
Sherman's March
Gettysburg
KKK and Black Codes
Johnson's Impeachment
13th and 15th Amendments
Lincoln's Assassination
Native Cultures and European Exploration
Colonial America
Pre-Revolutionary War
Revolution/Constitutional Convention
Constitution/Government
A New Nation
Westward Expansion
Pre-Civil War
Civil War & Reconstruction
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