U. S. and Virginia History Week of September 2-6 Monday -9/2 Holiday no school Tuesday 9/3



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U.S. and Virginia History

Week of September 2-6
Monday -9/2 Holiday no school
Tuesday 9/3

First day of class



  • Handout syllabus

  • Review class expectations and responsibilities


Wednesday 9/4

  • U.S. Virginia PRE-TEST:

  • When (if) you finish the pre-test pick up the 2 handouts from the front table next to the VCR and begin reading and answering the 78 questions.


Thursday 9/5
Unit 1: European Exploration and Settlement: Beginnings

to 1763

  • Read European Exploration and Colonization

  • Use the narrative to answer the 78 questions. You may find the answers to these questions in the Narrative. Use a highlighter to highlight the answer to each question. Place a number beside the highlighted text that corresponds to the question you are addressing.


Friday 9/6

Unit 1: European Exploration and Settlement: Beginnings

to 1763


  • Three Cultures Meet- world views (chart/notes)

  • New World Powers (chart/notes)

  • Power Point- discussion

  • The Columbian Exchange

  • Political cartoons-Columbus #1 and Spanish in the Americas#2


U.S. and Virginia History

Week of September 9-13
Monday 9/9

Unit 1: European Exploration and Settlement: Beginnings

to 1763


  • Power Point Colonization Chapter 2.

  • Colonies Chart

  • Biographies of important figures in the early

developement of the colonies. (4 handouts) a. John Rolfe,

b. Roger Williams ,c. John Woolman, d. John Smith and

William Bradford.


  • Analyze political cartoon “Asylum Seekers”

  • Tobacco in the colonies (economics activity)

  • Thirteen colonies handout



Tuesday- 9/10

Unit 1: European Exploration and Settlement: Beginnings

to 1763Notes Exploration and Colonization.doc


  • Colonial life review (handout)



Wednesday 9/11

Unit 1: European Exploration and Settlement: Beginnings

to 1763


  • Make up day (review for test)

Thursday 9/12 Unit 1: European Exploration and

Settlement: Beginnings to 1763



  • European Exploration and Settlement: Beginnings to 1763: TEST (open note)



Friday 9/13

Unit 2: The Revolutionary Era: 1763-1780




U.S. and Virginia History

Week of September 16-20
Monday 9/16

Unit 2: The Revolutionary Era: 1763-1780



  • a


Tuesday- 9/17

Unit 2: The Revolutionary Era: 1763-1780


Wednesday 9/18

Unit 2: Revolutionary Era: 1763-1780



  • Su


Thursday 9/19

Unit 2: Revolutionary Era: 1763-1780



  • C


Friday 9/20

Unit 2: Revolutionary Era: 1763-1780



  • C

Directory: cms -> lib2 -> VA01000586 -> Centricity -> Domain -> 2545
2545 -> Chapter 6 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide, p. 80 Causes of the French Revolution
2545 -> Chapter 3 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide, p. 53 Spain Establishes an Empire Columbus
2545 -> Chapter 10 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide p. 112 Birth of the German Empire
2545 -> New Imperialism: chapter 12 section 1 Study Guide p. 130 Causes of the New Imperialism Causes
2545 -> Chapter 13 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide The Meiji Restoration Causes
2545 -> Chapter 20 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide p. 208 Sequence of Conflicts Northern Ireland
2545 -> Chapter 7 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide, p. 89 Causes of the Industrial Revolution Agricultural revolution
2545 -> Chapter 2 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide, p. 45 European Exploration Reasons to Explore
2545 -> Chapter 4 section 1 Note Taking Study Guide p. 63-64 Spanish Power Grows I

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