2 Table of Contents 1 Date Assignment Page # 8/31 Grade Sheet 3 8/31 Heading Sheet8/31 Scoop on NC8/ Themes of Geo. Vis8/ Themes of Geo. Notes 79/ Geography Vocabulary Pics 89/7 Geography Vocabulary WS 99/ Regions of NC Map9/8 Regions of NC Chart9/14 Regions of NC Questions /9 Latitude and Longitude Ex
3 2 Table of Contents Date Assignment Page # 9/16 NA/EE Header Sheet 14 9/16 Native American Notes PPT. 159/20 Student Choice-NA/EE Voc. 169/20 Native American/European Explorer Voc9/28 Creation Story Chart9/29 Ch. 2 Section 2 Questions10/4 Spider Map-Cherokee 7facts /1 Cherokee PPT. Notes
4 Grade Sheet 3 Date Assignment Grade 8/31 License Plate 9/ Themes of Geo. Pics9/8 Geography Voc.9/13 Geography Voc. Pics9/15 Geography Test -3X9/16 Progress Report9/21 NA/EE Voc. Activity9/22 NiKoTu Poems10/1 Quipus Presentation10/4 BrainPop- American Indians10/6 Native American Test -3x10/8 Colonies Voc. Ws10/12 Progress Report
47 46 Table of Contents 11/16 American Revolution Header Sheet 47 11/16 Grade Sheet 2nd 9 Weeks11/16 Scoop on NC11/16 North Carolina-Timeline Facts11/16 The North Carolina Colony Notes11/22 What is or makes a good soldier?11/22 The Evolution of the Soldier12/3 BrainPop- French and Indian War/Who Am I?12/3 5 W’s of the French and Indian War/ Map 5512/8 American Revolution Pre-test12/7 American Revolution Voc. WS12/13 Brainpop-Taxes12/9 Problems/Issues in NC Colony12/15 What is Taxed in Your Life?12/15 Income Tax WS12/ 17 History Discussion –Revolution
48 46 Table of Contents 1/3 Regional Causes of the Am. Rev 63 1/4 Sequence of Events-PBJ/Historical Events 641/ 7 Road to Independence –Timeline1/18 Road to Independence Questions Ch.9 Sec /7 British Laws Table1/19 Road To American Revolution-Ch.9 S.3 ?s 681/20 Road to American Revolution-Ch.10 S.1 ?s 691/19 Video Notes-Conflict Ignites1/20 Brain-Pop-Causes of the American Revolution 711/25 5 W’s of the American Revolution1/20 Strengths & Weaknesses of British &Continental 73Army1/31 Battle Stations 1,2 and 3 WS1/31 Battle Stations 4,5,6 and 7 WS1/31 Battle Stations 8 WS
50 48 Grade Sheet 2nd 9 Weeks 10/22 Colonies Voc. Pics 11/ Colonies Test 3x11/9 Brain Pop-13 Colonies11/ Colonies NB 3x11/23 What is America? Project11/23 What is America? Presentation12/6 American Rev. Voc. WS12/13 BrainPop-Taxes1/19 Video Notes-Conflict Ignites1/19 NB P.66 points1/19 NB p.68 points1/19 BrainPop-Causes of the American Revolution1/21 NB p.69 points
61 Problems in NC Colony 59 North vs. South East vs. West -no permanent capital Tryon Palace-taxes-Granville District- had the most people / Eastern-Wealthy-Elitewealthy Western-poor/small farmers-felt-squatters did not pay taxes there was no equality-unequal representation-held a non-quorum assembly-Albemarle-did not pay taxes/did notuse currency/ignored laws
66 64 Sequence of Events Making a PBJ Sandwich 1. Purchase bread and ingredients2. Become hungry3. Take knife from drawer4. Open the pb jar5. Spread the pb6. Open the jelly jar7. Spread the jelly8. Put slices of bread together9. Eat the sandwich10. Hunger is satisfiedJohn F. Kennedy is assassinatedThe Civil War beginsPresident Barrack Obama is electedThe American Revolution beginsThe NC Colony is establishedPresident George W. Bush is electedTerrorists attack the World Trade CenterThe Vietnam War begins
67 Road to Independence 6514.Declaration of Independence signed Aug. 2, 177613.Common Sense published Thomas Paine12.Olive Branch Petition Sept, 1, 177511. Battle of Bunker Hill June 17, 177510.2nd Continental Congress June 14, 17759.Shots Heard Around the World April 19, 1775.8. 1st Continental Congress Meets 17747.Intolerable Acts 17746.Committees of Correspondence is formed 1773.5. Boston Tea Party Dec. 16, 17734.Boston Massacre 17703.Daughters of Liberty are formed 1766.1.Sons of Liberty are formed Aug, 1765.2.Stamp Act is passed Nov. 1, 1765
68 Road to Independence Questions Ch. 9 Section 3 pp.167-173 Identify the following:1.Sons of Liberty- Group of colonists that carriedout acts of violence against the British2.Daughters of Liberty-Organization of colonial women formed to protest British policies3.Boston Tea Party-Incident in 1773 when colonists protested British policies by boarding British ships and throwing their cargo of tea overboard.4.Edenton Tea Party-A meeting of women in NC who pledged to uphold the boycott on tea5.Richard Caswell-North Carolina’s first independent governor6.John Harvey-Head of the North Carolina assembly who sent letter to Massachusetts Assembly pledging that NC would support other colonies in protesting unfair laws
69 British Laws Table 67 Name of Law Date (year) Description 1. Tea Act A tax on all imported East India Co. tea.2. Navigation Act Laws passed by Parliament to ensure Great Britain made money colonies.Only British ships could be used to bring goods to the colonies.3. Townshend Act 1767 Law placed a tax on all imported goods such as glass, paper, paint and lead.4. Sugar Act Law placed a tax on luxury items in the colonies such as wine, silk, sugar and molasses.5. Intolerable Act Law was used to punish Boston for the Boston Tea Party. Boston Harbor was blockaded-nothing in or out of Boston.6. Stamp Act Placed a tax on all printed material.7. Quartering Act Law forced colonists to house and feed British soldiers.8. Writs of Assistance Search warrant which allowed British soldiers to search colonial homes for smuggled goods.
70 68 Road to American Revolution Ch. 9 Section 3 pp.167-173 Short Answer:1.How did the colonist get the Stamp Act repealed?They organized the Sons of Liberty to protest.2.Why did North Carolina not send delegates to the Stamp Act Congress?Governor Tryon refused to allow the Assembly to meet and elect a representative.3.How did the Boston Massacre impact the 13 colonies? It led to the revolutionary war because it angered the colonists.4.In what ways did the Townshend Acts attack colonists’ rights and freedoms? It tightened the enforcement of existing laws and imposed new taxes. It was partly designed to raise money to pay the salaries of all royal officials in the colonies.5.In what ways were the Intolerable Acts harsher than Parliament’s previous laws? Parliament sealed off the Boston Harbor until colonist paid for the damage. King George III appointed a new royal governor and placed the colony under military control governor. Colonists found their life unbearable.
71 Road To American Revolution Ch. 10 Section 1 pp. 179-185 69 Identify the following:1.Halifax Resolves- Formal statements of purpose that made the very first call for independence from Britain2.King George III -British king during the American Revolution3.Samuel Adams- Leader of the Sons of Liberty4.Patrick Henry- Called for war in speech to the Virginia Convention; said “Give me liberty or give me death”Short Answer:5.What was the significance of the Halifax Resolves? Was widely read and discussed; emphasized the importance of the colonies acting as one to declare independence; influenced the Declaration of Independence6.What was the main purpose of the Declaration of Independence? To explain why the colonies decided to separate from Britain and what rights the newly independent states now held7.Who were the five men chosen to draft the Declaration of Independence? Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Roger Sherman, John Adams and Robert Livingston
74 72 5 W’s of the American Revolution When did the American Revolution Start? Began on April 19, 1775.End? Ended on Sept. 3, 1783Who were the groups involved? *13 Colonies*Great Britain*France*Native Americans*Hessians (German Mercenaries)Where it took place? *13 Colonies*Western Backcountry*CanadaWhy it took place? *British Taxes*Quartering of British troops*The development of an American Identity*No taxation without RepresentationWhat were the results? * American Independence (Creation of theUS of America)*High war debt for the US*Creating a new Republic-Government (Growing Pains)*Great Britain humiliated and defeated
75 Strengths and Weaknesses of British and Continental Army 73
79 Table of Contents 77R 2/7 Government Header Sheet 78 L 2/7 Grade Sheet 3rd 9 Weeks R2/7 History Mystery L2/6 Government Pre-Test R2/15 3 Branches of Gov. Notes L2/4 Government Vocabulary Ws R2/14 Pictographs-Types of Gov L2/7 Types of Government PPT. Notes R2/11 Wheel of Fortune - 4 puzzles L2/11 Ch. 11 Section 1 p Notes 87R2/ 18 Structure of the Government L2/14 5 W’s of the Constitutional Convention 89R2/17 BrainPop-Branches of the Government 90L2/16 Ch. 11 Section 2 WS R2/18 If I Were Principal… L2/18 Bill of Rights at JFMS R2/18 JFMS Preamble L2/21 JFMS Decision Making Process R2/22 Understanding the Preamble L
80 Table of Contents 2/ 23 Rewrite the Preamble 97R 3/ Preamble Quiz L /23 Checks and Balances WS 99R3/1Constitution-Article 1WS L3/2Constitution-Article 2 and 3 WS 101R3/2Constitution–Article 4,5,6,7WS 102L3/4How a Bill Becomes aLawNotes103R3/15 Bill of Rights Situations L3/8 Bill of Rights Notes R3/11 How a Bill Becomes a Law Quiz 106L
82 Grade Sheet 3rd 9 Weeks 79R 2/3 American Revolution NB 3xs 2/2 American Revolution Test 3xs2/4 Gov. Voc. WS2/23 Ch. 11 Section 2 WS2/24 Checks and Balances WS3/1 Constitution-Article 1 WS3/2 Constitution-Article 2 and 3 WS3/3 Constitution-Article 4,5,6 & 7 WS3/3 Preamble Quiz 2xs3/11 How a Bill Becomes A Law Quiz 2xs
100 Rewrite the Preamble 97RWe the People (of the United States) in order to form a more Perfect Union, establish Justice, insure Domestic Tranquility, provide for the Common Defense, promote the General Welfare and secure the Blessings of Liberty, to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.Replace each underlined word.Needs to be a synonym
111 108 L Table of Contents3/29 Political and Social Reform Header Sheet 109R /29 Grade Sheet 4th 9 Weeks L3/29 History Mystery R3/28 Ch. 11 Section 3 WS L4/4 5 Most Important Items to Take Out West 113R /4 Inventions Discussion L3/30 Early American Inventions WS R4/5 Early American History Voc L4/1 5 W’s of the War of R4/ 7 Notes on Ch. 12 Section L4/5 A New Spirit of Change PPT. Notes 119R4/12 Brainpop-Trail of Tears L4/12 Antebellum/Civil War Voc. WS R4/13 5 Senses of Slavery L4/13 Antebellum/Civil War Pre-test R
116 5 Items to Take Out West and Why? 113R If you were chosen to travel west in 1808,what would be the five most important items you take with you on the trip? Explain each choice and why.Item #1Why?Item #2Item #3Item # 4Item #5
117 114 L Inventions Discussion Student Top Inventions of all time.Explain the importance of each invention.Class Top 5 Inventions of all time.Compare to Historians/Scientist Top 30.