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This month in history class...

ALL DATES AND TOPICS POSTED ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE 10/2 - Go over Unit 1 test/ Constitution video quiz 10/3 - Framework of the Constitution 10/4 - Constitutional Compromises 10/7 - Federalist Papers/Ratification 10/8 - Constitutional Principals 10/9 - No school - Yom Kippur 10/10 - Constitutional Flexibility 10/11 - Vocab quiz/Federalism 10/15 - Article 1 - Legislative Branch - How a Bill Becomes a Law 10/16 - PSAT 10/17 - Article 2 - Executive Branch - Electoral College 10/18 - Pep Rally 10/21 - Review 10/22 - Unit 2 Test

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Unit 1 - Colonial Period

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Unit 1 Vocabulary

Mayflower Compact Virginia House of Burgesses Salutary Neglect Mercantilism Sons of Liberty Proclamation of 1763 Boston Massacre First Continental Congress boycott Stamp Act Intolerable Acts Enlightenment Montesquieu John Locke Natural Rights Social Contract Theory “Common Sense” Thomas Paine Olive Branch Petition Declaration of Independence Grievances Lexington and Concord Revolutionary War Articles of Confederation Shay’s Rebellion

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Key Questions: 1. How did the change from “salutary neglect” to strictly enforced mercantilism impact colonists? 2. How did the ideas of Enlightenment philosophers and Thomas Paine influence the movement toward independence? 3. Why did the first American government under the Articles of Confederation fail?

Unit 2 - Constitution

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Great Compromise Bicameral Checks and Balances Federal(ism) Popular sovereignty Separation of powers Three-Fifths Compromise Tyranny Limited Government Veto Amendment Anti-federalists Bill of Rights Federalist Papers Federalists Electoral College Elastic Clause Unconstitutional Unwritten Constitution Impeach Delegated Powers Reserved Powers Concurrent Powers

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1. How did the Great Compromise and the Three-Fifths Compromise address the issue of representation in Congress? 2. How does the Constitution correct the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation? 3. How is power divided between state and federal/national/central governments? 4. How did the ideas of Baron de Montesquieu influence the formation of the federal government? 5. How does the Constitution limit the power of government? 6. What allows the Constitution to meet the changing needs of society? 7. Describe the arguments of the federalists and anti-federalists over the ratification of the Constitution: 8. How does the Bill of Rights protect the rights of individuals from state and federal governments. 9. What accepted practices of government are not written in the Constitution? 10. How does the Constitution prevent tyranny in government?

Unit 3 - Bill of Rights

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amendment Bill of Rights grand jury due process double jeopardy petition assemby warrant indictment appeal jurisdiction enumerated individual/civil liberties

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1. What was the purpose of adding a Bill of Rights to the Constitution? 2. How can your first amendment rights be restricted? 3. What cases expanded the power of the federal government? (Marshall) 4. What cases expanded the rights of the accused? (Warren) 5. What is significant about the 14th Amendment?

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Schenck v. US Mapp v. Ohio Gideon v. Wainwright Miranda v. Arizona Tinker v. Desmoines New Jersey v. TLO Roe v. Wade

Unit 4 - Washington-Manifest Destiny

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Unit 4 Vocabulary

excise tax Whiskey Rebellion foreign policy domestic policy tariff precedent Federalist Party Democratic Republican party XYZ Affair Alien and Sedition Acts Election of 1800 national debt

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1. How did Washington strenghten the Federal government during his presidency? 2. How did Alexander Hamilton get the nation out of debt? 3. What led to the formation of Political Parties? 4. What were Thomas Jefferson's Foreign and domestic accomplishments? 5. What were the causes and results of the War of 1812? 6. What was the purpose of the Monroe Doctrine? 7. What were the reasons for Manifest Destiny? 8. What were the obstacles for Manifest Destiny?

Unit 5 - Causes of the Civil War

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Abolitionist Popular Sovereignty Secession • Sectionalism • Missouri Compromise • Popular sovereignty • Compromise of 1850 • Fugitive Slave Act • Kansas Nebraska Act • Bleeding Kansas • Abolitionists • Harriet Tubman • Underground Railroad • John Brown • Harper’s Ferry • Harriet Beecher Stowe • Uncle Tom’s Cabin • Frederick Douglass • Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass- An American Slave • The North Star • Lincoln-Douglas Debates • William Lloyd Garrison

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1. What caused sectional differences to develop within the United States? 2. How did the Missouri Compromise, the Compromise of 1850, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act attempt to solve the issue of the extension of slavery into the western territories? 3. How did the actions of abolitionists create conflict within the United States? 4. How did the Fugitive Slave Act impact both runaway slaves and free blacks. 5. How did the election of 1860 lead to the Civil War? 6. How did the Supreme Court decision in Dred Scott vs. Sandford (1857) justify slavery in the United States?

Unit 6 -Reconstruction

Unit 7-Industrialization

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Unit 8-Progressive Movement

Unit 9 - Imperialism & WWI

Unit 10 - 20's & Depression

Unit 11 - World War II

Unit 12 - The Cold War

Unit 13 - 960's - Present

Regents Review