Lewis and Clark Journal Entry: Mastery Grade Journal entry must include 5 historical details, be written in the first person, include a drawing of what is observed. TOPICS: weather, mapping, animals, plants, native tribes, key locations 4: Journal is neat and looks like a replica of one the expeditions journal entries with a real date and location along the journey. It is includes 5 historical details that are focused and connected. The drawing is recognizable and matches the description in the journal entry.
Smithsonian Article: 1. The star spangled banner by Key was written during what war? 2. What were some negative consequences of the war for the US? 3. What was the British POV of the war of 1812? 4. What American grievances did the British finally acknowledge? 5. How did the war really go?
History alive reading Read pgs 168-170 (write in complete sentences) 1. Why does Madison think about abandoning Washington's policy of isolationism? 2. Why did Northerners not support that? 3. Why did Southerners support it? 4. Why were the War Hawks excited about the announcement of war? 5. Why does the tide of the war turn for the British? 6. Why does Andrew Jackson earn fame in the battle of New Orleans? 7. Who won the war? 8. What was a negative outcome of the war? 9. What was a positive outcome of the war?
77 I can summarize the presidency of James Monroe and explain the impact of the Monroe Doctrine.
For "Who does the Monroe Doctrine warn" cartoon. (in ppt) 1. What events influenced the Monroe Doctrine? 2. What does the Monroe Doctrine state? 3. How is the M.D. an extension of the Declaration of Independence? 4. What positive impact does the M.D. have?
For video: 1. How do we get Florida? 2. What is the era of Good Feelings? 3. What is the Missouri Compromise?
Uses History Alive Textbook: pgs 185-194 1. Contrast Jackson and John Quincy Adams 2. What was Jackson's inauguration like? Why did it upset people? 3. What is the kitchen cabinet? How is it different than Washington's? 4. What is the spoils system? Is it used today? Is it good/bad? 5. What is the nullification crisis? 6. What did Jackson do to the National Bank? Why? 7. Describe the Indian Removal Act and the Trail of Tears.
Deconstruct the quote: 1. underline words that deal with growth 2. box words that deal with religion 3. circle words that deal with government 4. Use an arrow to show words that are positive or about power 5. What was the excerpt about? 6. What is the tone and purpose of the excerpt?
I can describe the legacies of different groups that went west. You will read in the textbook and on a paper about different groups that go west. This will help you answer your ERQ since the readings will cover why they go west and the hardships they faced. The notes will go in your notebook page 58. In a CHART. It does not matter what order you get the readings done.