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Teaching american history projectTeaching american history project
A partnership between Portland State University, Portland Public Schools and the Beaverton School District, funded by the U. S. Department of Education
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Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1
Before the American Revolution, Americans grappled with the issue of slavery, agreeing to a compromise to let the states decide whether to allow slavery
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A. T. Government / Campaign Spot-Ads / 2013/ Modified from Mr. WeislerA. T. Government / Campaign Spot-Ads / 2013/ Modified from Mr. Weisler
During the next class or so, you will be working in teams and using the Chromebooks to view a variety of campaign ads. You will then report to the class a short analysis (done together) of what you’ve seen and what you’ve learned
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Analyze the expectations and constraints that Kennedy faced in establishing his domestic New Frontier and explain how his approach to civil rights differed from Eisenhower’s
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Was the Civil War Inevitable?Was the Civil War Inevitable?
Civil War. Do you think that a different outcome of any one of, or several of these events, could have changed the course that led to civil war or do you think that regardless the Civil War was inevitable?
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Reconstruction: document-based questionsReconstruction: document-based questions
Section Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment of a crime wherof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist in the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction
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North or South: Who Killed Reconstruction?North or South: Who Killed Reconstruction?
However, there was also great resistance to change. In 1877 attempts to reconstruct the South officially ended, leaving white-only governments in power. This dbq asks you to decide who, North or South
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Is This a Republican Form of Government? IsIs This a Republican Form of Government? Is
However, there was also great resistance to change. In 1877, attempts to reconstruct the South officially ended, leaving white-only governments in power. This dbq asks you to decide who, North or South
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Reconstruction Standards Standard 5-1Reconstruction Standards Standard 5-1
Standard 5-1: The student will demonstrate an understanding of Reconstruction and its impact on the United States
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American Cultures 0 Ch 24- study Guide Questions Mr. Hammer chapter 24 The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929-1939American Cultures 0 Ch 24- study Guide Questions Mr. Hammer chapter 24 The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929-1939
Depression. Fdr’s impatience with the Supreme Court and his attempt to pack it cost him some political influence. Deep poverty was not really touched by the programs and minorities did not make major gains but they did form a coalition of voters that supported
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Honors American Cultures Mr. Berardelli Guide Questions: The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929-1939 chapter 24Honors American Cultures Mr. Berardelli Guide Questions: The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929-1939 chapter 24
Americans have faced periods of economic difficulty that have challenged the responsiveness and adaptability of United States government and the resiliency of the American people
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Honors American Cultures Mr. Berardelli Guide Questions: The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929-1939 chapter 24Honors American Cultures Mr. Berardelli Guide Questions: The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929-1939 chapter 24
The big idea: Americans have faced periods of economic difficulty that have challenged the responsiveness and adaptability of United States government and the resiliency of the American people
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Figuring Out the electoral collegeFiguring Out the electoral college
Directions: In the map above, some of the states are missing the number of electoral votes they have. Solve the problems below, and then fill in the map above with your answers
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Gilded Age Chapter Syllabus Identify the Presidents Rutherford B. HayesGilded Age Chapter Syllabus Identify the Presidents Rutherford B. Hayes
Reason for leaving office- he was not re-elected and was not the Republican candidate in the election of 1880
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The Gilded AgeThe Gilded Age
Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner, which, though fictional, is a critical examination of politics and corruption in the United States during the nineteenth century
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