Module 6 Review Lesson 00



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Module 6 Review

Lesson 6.00

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:




  • Print and use the Module 06.00 Checklist

  • Complete the 06.00 Pre-Assessment


Lesson 6.01

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:




  • Recognize the inventions that impacted industrial growth

  • Examine important inventors and their impact on the growth of the American economy


Industrialization of America:


Person/Event

Contribution to the Industrial World

Positive Impact on America

Negative Impact on America

Samuel Slater









New England Factories









Eli Whitney









Francis Cabot Lowell









Samuel Morse









Elijah McCoy









Isaac Singer











Assignment:


  1. Complete the reading and any interactives for this lesson.

  2. Review your 411 File for this lesson.

  3. Complete the “6.01 Innovations” quiz in the Assessments area.


Lesson 6.02

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:




  • Examine the role of women and children on industrial growth

  • Explain the consequences of industrial growth


Factory Life During the 1800’s


Idea from Text:

Key Word/Phrase

My Reaction, Thoughts, Feelings, and/or Connections

Child Labor





Samuel Slater




Education




Lowell Girls




Factory System




Conditions in the Factories




Daily Life



Massachusetts Investigation into Labor Conditions



Average Hours Worked Per Day



A Description of Factory Live by an Associationist in 1846




Hint For Success on your Written Assessment:
Make sure that you include each of the following elements in paragraph form (4-6 sentences) with details for support:

  1. A description of the conditions in the factory

  2. A description of the daily life of a worker

  3. A description of the effects of factory work on the women


Assignment:

  1. Complete the reading and any interactives for this lesson.

  2. Review your 411 File for this lesson.

  3. Complete and submit your written assessment for “6.02 A Native Dilemma” in the Assessments area.



Lesson 6.03

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:



  • Use geographic terms and tools to analyze and interpret U.S. population and industrial growth in the 1800’s

  • Examine the changing nature of cities and urban areas


Urbanization of Cities:


Event

What happened?

Positive and/or Negative Impacts on Cities

Why were cities growing?






Housing






Public Health






Diversity






Resources






Work





Violence






Southwark Soup Society







Transportation







Services








Let’s Reflect On What We Learned:

What were the effects of rapid urban growth?

 

Assignment:


  1. Complete the reading and any interactives for this lesson.

  2. Review your 411 File for this lesson.

  3. Complete and submit the “6.03 Growing Cities” quiz in the Assessments area.

Lesson 6.04

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:




  • Examine Florida history and resource use

  • Describe the experience of Floridians during the Territorial Period

  • Distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable resources


Why Move West?

Explain the differences between renewable and nonrenewable resources. Give examples of each.


Renewable Resources –
Nonrenewable Resources –


State of Florida:


Person/Place/Event

Summary in your Own Words

Florida



Payne’s Landing



Tallahassee



St. Augustine



Jacksonville



Fort Brooke



Warning



“Florida Cracker”





Florida History Timeline:

Match the even with the appropriate year it occurred:




Year(s)




Event(s) Choices (Not Currently in Chronological Order)

More than 12,000 years ago




  1. Spain maintains control of Florida, except for British control in 1763-1784. During British control, the British divide Florida in two—West Florida with its capital in Pensacola and East Florida with its capital in St. Augustine.




1500’s




  1. March 3—Florida becomes the 27th state! By 1850, nearly half of the population is African-American slaves. Slavery continued in Florida until after the Civil War, when slaves would be declared free.




1600’s thru 1800’s




  1. Spain cedes Florida to the United States as part of the Adams-Onis Treaty. Prior to this treaty, General Andrew Jackson battles with the Native Americans in Florida, known as the First Seminole War




Early 1800’s




  1. Florida is explored by Ponce de Leon, de Soto, and de Luna y Arellano (all from Spain), and Ribault and Goulaine de Laudonniere (from France). Explorers establish settlements in various parts of Florida.




1821




  1. Tallahassee is named the new state capital as East Florida and West Florida are combined into one. Runaway slaves seek shelter in Native American communities. As Florida’s population increases, the federal government considers removing Native Americans from their land.




1824




  1. Florida’s first constitution is written, as is required, so that Florida can become a territory of the United States. Later versions are written in 1865, 1868, 1885, and 1968. The current Constitution was ratified in 1968.




1835-1842




  1. The first people reach Florida. Environment includes many mammals that still exist today, as well as many species that are now extinct. Inhabitants are hunters and gatherers.




1838




  1. Black Seminoles, or those who descended from free and runaway slaves from Georgia and South Carolina, flee to Florida and begin to form communities with the Seminole Indians.




1845




  1. Second Seminole War takes place between the U.S. and the Seminole tribe, under leadership of Chief Osceola. Seminoles are forced to move to present-day Oklahoma, by order of President Jackson.




Assignment

  1. Complete the reading and any interactives for this lesson.

  2. Review your 411 File for this lesson.

  3. Complete the “6.04 A Southern View” quiz in the Assessments area.


Lesson 6.05

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:






Political Issues of the Jacksonian Era

Democratic-Republicans (Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison) Today’s Republicans

National Republicans (John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, Henry Clay) Today’s Democrats

State Rights versus Federal Rights






National Bank





Interpretation of the Constitution





Internal Improvements






Reflection Questions:

  1. How was Andrew Jackson able to win the election of 1828?



  1. What was “The Coffin Handbill”?



  1. How did the Northern states react to the Tariff of 1828? The Southern states?


Assignment

  1. Complete the reading and any interactives for this lesson.

  2. Review your 411 File for this lesson.

  3. Complete and submit the “6.05 Jacksonian Democrazy” quiz in the assessments area.

Lesson 6.06

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:



  • Identify major economic events of Jackson’s presidency

  • Explain the impact of McCulloch v. Maryland and Gibbons v. Ogden

Supreme Court Cases & Major Events Which Impacted Jackson’s Presidency:

Supreme Court Case/Event

Summary of Supreme Court Case/Event

How would Andrew Jackson have reacted to the outcome?

McCullough v. Maryland







Gibbons v. Ogden







Nullification Crisis







Maysville Road Bill







National Bank Veto







Lesson 6.06

Assignment

  1. Complete the reading and any interactives for this lesson.

  2. Review your 411 File for this lesson.

  3. Complete and submit your written assessment for “6.06 A Native Dilemma” in the Assessments area.

**Hint: Use the “Assessment Template” on the red History Help Site on your classroom announcements page.**

Lesson 6.07

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:




Assignment


  1. Complete the reading and interactives for this lesson.

  2. Review your 411 Files for all lessons in this module.

  3. Complete a call to discuss this module with your instructor.

  4. Complete and submit "06.07 Set Sail Discussion-Based Assessment."


Lesson 6.08

Assignment


  • Complete "06.08 Module One Exam."


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