We 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. Preamble
U.S. Presidents 1-18 1. George Washington11. James K. Polk 2. John Adams12. Zachary Taylor 3. Thomas Jefferson13. Millard Fillmore 4. James Madison14. Franklin Pierce 5. James Monroe15. James Buchanan 6. John Quincy Adams16. Abraham Lincoln 7. Andrew Jackson17. Andrew Johnson 8. Martin Van Buren18. Ulysses S. Grant 9. William H. Harrison 10. John Tyler
Presenting is preparation for life. COOPERATIVE LEARNING ROLES: LEADER: 1. Get all supplies for activity. 2. Keep up with time and encourage team to complete before deadline. 3. Help all team members as needed. 4. Put away supplies correctly. 5. Encourage team to follow coop rules throughout activity, especially keeping down the noise level. (See bulletin board) *Remember a good team leader sets a good example. READER: 1. Read instructions to the team. 2. Read material/topic/handouts, etc.. for activity clarifying any unfamiliar words to team as needed. *Remember the reader is the team’s key to understanding the project. WRITER: 1. Write/record the necessary information for the activity. 2. Use your best writing skills since the recorded information will represent the entire team. *Remember the writer is the presenter and teacher’s understanding of the completed work. PRESENTER: 1. Present activity and finished product to the class. 2. Answer any question the teacher or the class may have about the project. 3. Remember the elements of a good presentation. You are representing the entire team so be prepared, speak clearly, be professional, and KNOW WHAT YOU ARE PRESENTING. *Remember presenting is preparation for life. *Each team has ONE FREE QUESTION. After that, 5 points will be deducted for every question asked. So read instructions carefully.
Chronological Timeline of American History: 1. Migration across a land bridge during the last Ice Age resulted in many Native American cultures developing in the Western Hemisphere. 2. 5. 4. 3. 6. 7. 10. 9. 8. Name: _______________