Vocabulary by Unit



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AM1 Possible Vocabulary by Unit

Note: When deciding on vocabulary for a unit, pick around 10 new words. These would be your focus words for the unit. The use of vocabulary in the classroom should be purposeful and relate to the standards. Teaching vocabulary in isolation (writing out definitions and looking up words from the back of the book) should be avoided. Instead, utilize the vocabulary as part of everyday class discussion and as part of terminology used in developing warm-ups, EQs, and formative/summative assessments.

Suggestion for use:

Create three word walls for the unit. One with the conceptual lenses. One with question words (this can remain from unit to unit but add a word or two each time). And, one with a mixture of 10 or so words.





When working on primary sources, notes, readings, etc., ask the class what lens does the work best go with and why. Be sure they justify their reasons. Develop quick formative assessment questions for the class by using a combination of the words from the wall. For Example: Why did salutary neglect play a significant role in the conflict between Britain and the American Colonies?

Unit 1:

Possible Lenses

Question Words

Content Vocabulary

Non-Content Vocabulary

Exploration

Freedom

Immigration



Settlement

Analyze


Contribution

Development

Explain

Factors


Impact

Influence

Patterns

Shape


Commerce


Economic

Emigrate


Exploration

Immigrate

Imperial

Mercantilism

Politics

Region


Topography

Foundation

Ideologies

Individualism

Involuntary

Motivation

Opportunity

Philosophy

Principle

Tolerance

Values

Voluntary



These words come from the NC Essential Standards and the WSFCS Unit Documents’ UEQ and LEQs.

Unit 2:

Possible Lenses

Question Words

Content Vocabulary

Non-Content Vocabulary

Compromise

Conflict

Revolution



Address (to)

Affect/Effect

Analyze*


Change

Contribution*

Development*

Extension (of)

Impact*

Influence*



Justify (ication)

Result Of

Role Of

Structure



Summarize

To Attain

To What Extent

Transform

Various

View


Capitalistic

Confederation

Constitution

Culture

Democracy



Empirical

Executive

Federal (ism)

Financial

Free Market

Imperial


International

Judicial


Legislative

Mercantilism*

Monarch

Nationalism



Patriotism

Profiteer

Ratification

Republic(anism)

Revolution

Salutary Neglect



Abandon


Accountability

Accumulate

Adopt

Affair


Assert

Committee

Convention

Correspondence

Declare

Deny


Desire

Discontent

Discrimination

Distribution

Endure

Equality


Ideologies*

Inability

Institution

Interest (political)

Internal/External

Involvement

Liberty

Occupation



Opposition

Perception

Philosophy (ical)*

Promote


Protest

Redefine


Sacrifice

Sense (of)

Stability

Structure

System

Unity


Unrest

These words come from the NC Essential Standards and the WSFCS Unit Documents’ UEQ and LEQs.

*These words are on previous unit lists.

Unit 3:



Possible Lenses

Question Words

Content Vocabulary

Non-Content Vocabulary

Foreign Policy

Leadership

Nationalism

Power

Affect/Effect*

Aim

At Odds With



Develop*

Distribution

Enabled

Explain*


Impact*

In The Wake Of

Increased

Influence*

Leading Up To

Regarding

Role Of*

Sense Of


Set the Direction

Shaped By*

Tested

To What Extent*



Alien


Campaign

Debt


Diplomacy

Domestic


Economic*

Embargo


Executive*

Foreign


Impressment

International

Isolationism

Judicial*

Legislative *

Maritime


Nationalism

Neutrality

Patriotism

Platform


Political Party

Proclamation

Republic*

Sedition


Tariff

Treaty



Accumulated*

Address

Adhere


Affair*

Convention*

Correspondence*

Development

Dominant

Ease


Inaugural

Interest (political)*

Involvement*

Negotiation

Period (of time)

Policy


Precedent

Prior


Proper

Resolution

Secure

Stability*



Tension

Territorial

Undeclared

Unite


These words come from the NC Essential Standards and the WSFCS Unit Documents’ UEQ and LEQs.

*These words are on previous unit lists.

Unit 4:


Possible Lenses

Question Words

Content Vocabulary

Non-Content Vocabulary

Conflict*

Innovation

Reform


Sectionalism

Absence Of

Address*

Affect/Effect

Analyze*

Change


Develop*

Evaluate


Evolution Of

Extent To Which

Impact*

Influence*



Lead To*

Promote


Reacted To

Reflected

Relationship

Result Of*

Shape*

Significance



To Attain*

To What Extent*


Abolitionism

American Dream

Common Good

Common Man

Domestic*

Domesticity

Economy*


Inalienable

Market


Mill Town

National


Nullification

Plantation

Political Parties*

Politics*

Revolution*

Romanticism

Sectionalism

Tariff*


Temperance

Transcendentalism

Utopia

Agriculture

Contemporary

Crisis


Cyclical

Discrimination*

Dynamics

Emergence

Era

Exposition



Fundamental

Ideal


Implement

Inclusive

Individualism

Industrial

Inequalities

Infrastructure

Innovation

Inspire


Movement

Opposition*

Participant

Participate

Perception*

Policy


Production

Progress


Prosperity

Reform


Scandal

Sector


Significantly

Strategy


Succeeded

System*


Tension*

Turbine


Unintended

Values*


Various (ed)

Virtue


These words come from the NC Essential Standards and the WSFCS Unit Documents’ UEQ and LEQs.

*These words are on previous unit lists.

Unit 5:


Possible Lenses

Question Words

Content Vocabulary

Non-Content Vocabulary








These words come from the NC Essential Standards and the WSFCS Unit Documents’ UEQ and LEQs.

*These words are on previous unit lists.

Unit 6:

Possible Lenses

Question Words

Content Vocabulary

Non-Content Vocabulary







These words come from the NC Essential Standards and the WSFCS Unit Documents’ UEQ and LEQs.



*These words are on previous unit lists.


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