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Chapter 16 High  Ewald

APUSH OBJECTIVES: Reconstruction

We will…

  • Compare and contrast reconstruction programs in order to evaluate the effectiveness of each resolving problems created by the Civil War

  • Analyze constitutional and social developments between 1860 and 1877 in order to determine the degree to which they changed the United States

    • Describe the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments

    • Evaluate the success of Congressional legislation and social experiments in empowering African Americans

    • Analyze efforts to curtail rights of African Americans during Reconstruction

    • Determine the significance of the election of 1876

    • Evaluate the effectiveness of Reconstruction

  • Investigate conditions for African American following Reconstruction in order to evaluate governmental and societal commitments to the issue of equality

    • Examine patterns of African American migration following Reconstruction

    • Describe sharecropping and the crop-lien system in the post-Reconstruction South

    • Analyze discriminatory policies enacted by the Southern states

    • Determine the effect of U.S. Supreme Court decisions on equality for African Americans

    • Compare and contrast the Tuskegee Machine and the Niagara Movement

Chapter 16 High  Ewald



APUSH OBJECTIVES: Reconstruction

We will…

  • Compare and contrast reconstruction programs in order to evaluate the effectiveness of each resolving problems created by the Civil War

    • Analyze the social, economic, and political problems facing the nation at the end of the Civil War

    • Determine the goals of Presidential and Congressional Reconstruction

    • Analyze Reconstruction as a struggle for legislative supremacy

  • Analyze constitutional and social developments between 1860 and 1877 in order to determine the degree to which they changed the United States

    • Describe the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments

    • Evaluate the success of Congressional legislation and social experiments in empowering African Americans

    • Analyze efforts to curtail rights of African Americans during Reconstruction

    • Determine the significance of the election of 1876

    • Evaluate the effectiveness of Reconstruction

  • Investigate conditions for African American following Reconstruction in order to evaluate governmental and societal commitments to the issue of equality

    • Examine patterns of African American migration following Reconstruction

    • Describe sharecropping and the crop-lien system in the post-Reconstruction South

    • Analyze discriminatory policies enacted by the Southern states

    • Determine the effect of U.S. Supreme Court decisions on equality for African Americans

    • Compare and contrast the Tuskegee Machine and the Niagara Movement

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