Ushx 4: The West/ Farming the Great Plains Drill: Open Range & Roundup Open Range: public land on the Plains Roundup: the branding of horses and cattle every



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USHX 5.4: The West/ Farming the Great Plains



Drill: Open Range & Roundup

Open Range: public land on the Plains

Roundup: the branding of horses and cattle every spring
Students will examine the reasons why settlers moved to the Great Plains by discussing the various challenges that farming families faced and describing daily life on the Plains.
Notes:

1. scorching: very hot; so hot it burns things away

2. swarming: move across an area in a group

3. cope: deal with; try to overcome

4. breadbasket: place that provides most of the grain

5. centipede: worm with many legs

6. sod : ground

7. stalk: thick stem that supports a plant

8. husk: outer covering

9. soap: lye and animal fat


Directory: PCIM3 -> Lessons2005-06 -> USHX -> a.2002-2003
a.2002-2003 -> Missouri Compromise & Indian Removal Act
a.2002-2003 -> Ush: 1: Launching the Nation drill: Pardon & Apportionment Pardon: Freedom from punishment Apportionment: Distribution of representatives in the House of Representatives Objective
a.2002-2003 -> Ush: 1: Reconstruction, Rebuilding the South drill: Manifest Destiny & Forty-Niners Manifest Destiny
a.2002-2003 -> Drill: Monopoly & Protestants
a.2002-2003 -> Drill: Parliament & Bicameral legislature
a.2002-2003 -> Drill: Double Jeopardy & Eminent Domain
a.2002-2003 -> Drill: Reserved & Concurrent Powers
a.2002-2003 -> Ushx: Section 2: Building a Strong Nation drill: Judiciary Act & Loose Construction Judiciary Act
a.2002-2003 -> Ushx: 4: Expanding West drill: Abolition & Emancipation Abolition
a.2002-2003 -> Ushx 1 The World Before the Opening of the Atlantic objectives

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