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Take a few minutes to study with a partner before we take the quiz. Put everything away. IF YOU WERE ABSENT FOR EITHER PART OF THE TEST LAST WEEK THERE ARE 2 MAKE UP DAYS: TODAY AFTER SCHOOL 2:30- 3:30 AND WEDNESDAY 2:30- 3:30.- Don‘t forget!!!
How did the role of the individual impact the establishment of the United States as an independent nation? Write down this question and give the best educated guess you have, we will revisit this at the end of the unit.
“A nation is formed by the willingness of us to share the responsibility for upholding the common good.”-Barbara Jordan
Either by yourself or with a partner please complete this activity. You will read through the poems then begin answering the questions relating to each of the poems. There are directions on the paper as well, please follow them. Have a great day!
“To the Right Honorable William, Early of Dartmouth” “On Being Brought from Africa to America” “On Emigration to America and People of the Western Country” How does it relate to our essential question? How did the role of the individual impact the establishment of the United States as an independent nation?
You have 5 minutes to study and then we will put everything away and take the quiz. Turn in your work from yesterday!
Please rewrite them in your own words.
3 Poem Comparisons - Pull out Poems - Pull out Quiz
Correct answers to quiz: Compare your quiz to the correct answers…. What questions do you have? What didn’t you understand? 1. A 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. A 6. C 7. C 8. A 9. B 10. C
11. Freneau writes the poem to encourage western migration by describing it as a place where “Nature’s wildest genius reigns” and where “mighty states” shall “successive grow.” He conveys the idea that in these new states mistakes made by civilians in the past can be corrected. OR His purpose points out the evil of slavery as practiced in the east. Lines refer to the regions that “raise our blush,” “Where still the African complains,/ And mourns his yet unbroken chains.”
12. Her first poem reflects the love of the abstract ideal of freedom, echoing the sentiments of many of the colonist around her. In the first stanza she writes, “Freedom’s charms unfold/…She shines supreme, while hated faction dies,” The second stanza and other lines in the poem refer to the need to abolish the tyranny of slavery, but she is circumspect in expressing that sentiment. Wheatley’s second poem echoes the sentiment commonly heard to justify the slave trade, which is that the Africans brought to America are better off than those left in the “pagan” land because their souls have been saved by the “good” Christians who rescued them.
With 3 other students (groups of 4) look through your 26 grievances and make sure they are clear. You will need to make sure to understand these. Ask a neighbor or me to help you if you do not. Rewrite each grievance in your own words so it makes sense to you!
The last unit contained letters from Abigail Adams and her husband John Adams and a biography of her. With a neighbor please discuss what you remember from that article. If you still have it, please get it out and review to help you remember. Class Discussion
Silently read through Abigail Adams’ “Last Act of Defiance.” You do not need to do anything but read through the content at this point.
1. Read the first two paragraphs on page 57. Underline references to dates and events that orient the reader and provide historical context. 2. Highlight the sentence that shows the main idea in each paragraph (1,2). Place an “M” next to it. 3. In the margin summarize the situation that concerns Adams. 4. Look at paragraph two, in the margin, define how laws differed between single women and married women. Highlight each sentence that supports your answer. Draw arrow to it.
1. Read this page. 2. As you read the page, highlight Adams’ actions that were caused by the governments denial of property rights for married women. 3. Underline references to date that show the order in which the events occurred. 4. In the margin by paragraph two, explain why Holton calls writing a will “the ultimate act of rebellion”? Highlight each sentence that supports your answer. Draw arrow.
In the margins please answer the following questions: Why does Abigail call John “my dear Friend?” Describe in your own words what she is requesting of John (last paragraph on ). Is this the same Abigail Adams from the readings before? Why or why not.
1. Read through this page. 2. In the paragraph that begins “Nearly all…”, explain in the margin, Adams solution to the problem regarding Women’s property rights. 3. Highlight evidence that shows that Adams’s family supporter her “mini-revolution.”
1. Read this page 2. Then go back into the text and box all information pertaining to who Adams included in her will. 3. Paraphrase in the margin why the author believes Adams left them the money. 4. Underneath the paragraph respond to the following question: How does that contrast the typical role of a women during her time?
1. Reread the last paragraph and explain in your own words (in the margin) the author’s assertion (claim) that Adams would not consider it a defeat how Louisa chose to spend her inheritance. Highlight textual evidence that support your answer.
With Guided Notes to help you with the sub tomorrow!
Anyone who doesn’t like your score on your Unit 1 test. To make up the test for ½ credit you must: 1. Make sure you have the correct answer. 2. Give specific citation from the readings to explain why your new answer is correct. 3. Make sure everything is thought out, in complete sentences and legible. 4. Attach your original test to your new answers (lined paper with numbers corresponding)
You have 5 minutes to study with a partner. Put everything away. When you finish your quiz, take out Federalist 10 and Guided Notes from Wednesday’s Video- Tie together.