Ian
Arnold
Jae Woo
Jack
Edison
Marie
Seo Hyun
Peter Kim
Tae Yoon
Deborah
Su Min
Peter Park
Christina Suh
Rosa
Stella
Andrew
Leah
James


Final Week- Study for your presentation JUNE 9 -Tuesday 1.Come prepared(your computer is ready to show me your work) 2.Your Visual poster has requirements-question is on your poster 3.Dress up for xtra points 4.behavior is important

5.Your project page is complete with historical question/research

6.Send to my Drop box on Tuesday

Quiz THIS FRIDAY- STUDY CIVIL WAR TERMS/definition and significance



Terms/Vocabulary- Define and know significance to US and Civil War
1.Iron clads 2.Anaconda Plan 3.Emancipation Proclamation 4 Lee 5. Grant 6. Stonewall Jackson 7. Jefferson Davis 8. McCllelan 9.Appomatox 10.Civil war causes 11 Vicksburg 12. Sherman 13. Gettysburg Address 14. Bullrun/Manasas 15 .Seccession 16 Fort Sumpter
17. Wilderness campaign Review your student page and homework

















HOW DOES THE CIVIL WAR END? READ 536- 543 AND ANSWER QUESTIONS1-4 (ab).Please continue with research on your final. When you have a guiding question please see me before you continue with your project. GUIDING QUESTION IS DUE Friday ALONG WITH HOMEWORK.

FINAL-JUNE 9TH CIVIL WAR/AMERICAN HISTORY GALLERY


HOMEWORK- WAR IN THE WEST>522-525 ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-3 ON STUDENT PAGE- DUE THURSDAY


WEEK OF MAY 18-22-CURRENT ASSIGNMENT

DO REVIEW QUESTIONS ON 2 CHAPTERS OF HOLT.HARD COPY TO TURN IN MONDAY. 30PTS

READ : WAR BEGINS 511-515 THEN ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS ON PAGE 515,READ;WAR IN THE EAST 516-521 THEN ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS ON 521


WEEK OF MAY 10-15

CURRENT ASSIGNMENT: SEND YOUR SUMMARY BY THURSDAY NEXT CLASS TO rcampbell@kis.or.kr



WHY DOES THE CIVIL WAR BEGIN?--due monday



Key Terms & People-

Using the resources listed below, write a definition for each of the following terms or people listed in your Student page
  • Missouri Compromise
  • secession
  • Compromise of 1850
  • Fugitive Slave Law
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin
  • Ostend Manifesto
  • Kansas Nebraska Act
  • Dred Scott Case
  • John Brown's Raid
  • Election of 1860




Main Ideas-due Monday

Research the following main ideas using the resources provided to you below. Record your information in your student page
  1. Analyze the significance of the State's Rights Doctrine, the Missouri Compromise (1820), the Compromise of 1850, the Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854), the Dred Scott Decision (1857), and the election of Abraham Lincoln (1860).
  2. Discuss the importance of the slavery issue as raised by the annexation of Texas and California's admission to the union as a free state under the Compromise of 1850.

Activities

Complete each of the following activities. Record your information in the form of an outline and place it within your Social Studies page
1. Complete the graphic organizer below in your U.S. History research notebook.


Resources

Remember to examine and read
  • Read Holt pgs. 476 - 504

Video Resources


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  • The Compromise of 1850
  • Uncle Tom's cabin
  • The Ostend Manifesto
  • Kansas-Nebraska Act
  • Dred Scott Decision
  • John Brown's Raid
  • Election of 1860