Vocab HW: #211-220 Due on Friday
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Projects: Revised North v South ESSAY AND POSTER due Monday 4/23
Vocab Quiz for all students 4/27
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY: District Common Assessment multiple choice and ERQ Covers constitution, early presidents, expansion, beginning sectionalism
U.S. Constitution: The framers of the U.S. Constitution wanted to prevent the newly formed federal government from becoming a dictatorship. To keep the government from becoming too powerful, they divided its powers among different branches.
A. Identify the branches of the U.S. government as described by the U.S. Constitution,
B. Explain specific powers the U.S. Constitution separates or balances among the branches using two different examples to support your explanation.
C. Explain why and then describe how the U.S. Constitution checks power among the branches, use an example to support your explanation.
Writing Assessment: (in class)
How do regional differences lead to sectionalism? I can contrast the North and South.
Contrast two competing regional characteristics of the North and South that will lead to sectional differences.
Hypothesize how those characteristics lead to sectionalism and conflict between the North and South, and eventually Civil War. PEER CRITIQUE MONDAY
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Vocab HW: Due on Friday 6.1 Term 6 Week 1
For each word you must
Write a sentence using the word giving an example or context that shows you know what the word means. EX. Our ancestors used to be nomadic because they had to follow their food supply. NOT People are nomadic.
EITHER draw a picture for the word OR give a synonym OR give an antonym
****Your paper should be formatted like this:
--Full name in upper RIGHThand corner with class number and date assignment is due.
--Each word is numbered as follows 211-220 AND UNDERLINED
_____ Popular Sovereignty
_____ Free Soilers
_____ Bleeding Kansas
_____ Charles Sumner
_____ Preston Brooks
_____ Chief Justice Roger Taney
_____ Dred Scott
_____ Uncle Tom’s Cabin