Guinan's Internet Inventory
American History

Right Now

SUPPLIES FOR CLASS:
1. A BINDER--YOU NEED ONE 1-1/2" BINDER THAT WILL BE USED FOR BOTH LANGUAGE ARTS AND SOCIAL STUDIES. TWO CLASSES, ONE BINDER. Loose leaf paper, and a binder supply pouch for pens/pencils will come in handy as well. 
2. A NOTEBOOK, for lecture notes and homework. 

Power, Writing, and Citizenship

DC DOC Ingredients
1. 2 minutes
2. Stills, Video, Soundtrack
3. Template is optional
4. No clip longer than 10 seconds.
5. Must have a still or clip with THE ENTIRE CLASS.
6.. Titles and Credits
7. The Title is WHAT I LEARNED AT -------------.
Also. Enter the BEST PICTURE CONTEST!
60 SECOND CIVICS JEOPARDY
1. Go to the 60 second civics page
2. Select ANY of the 60 podcasts relaating to the Constitution, and listen.
To turn in:
3. Write the COMPLTETE TITLE of the podcast.
4. Write one MULTIPLE CHOICE question that is answered in the podcast.
5. Write ONE SHORT ANSWER QUESTION that can be answered by listening to the podcast. This question can can be answered in a complete sentence or two.

1st Quarter: Colonization to Rebellion

1492 Voyage, from the Library of Congress
European Explorers, featuring overviews and maps of all the great voyagers
Explorers of North America, a quick overview of your explorer, with map
The conquistadors, an excellent interactive timeline
Virtual Jamestown maps, routes, diaries, and an animated map of the region as it developed
THE THIRTEEN COLONIES
Eleven Steps to Compare and Contrast Essay: two of the three Colonial regions--New England;Middle; South

Economic/Cultural/Political Chart of the 13 Colonies

The Boston Massacre, video and questions

Notes on the Enlightenment and the American Revolution

Religion and the Founding of the American Republic, from the Library of Congress
Chapter 4: The Revolutionary War

Map of Early Battles Worksheet

SLAVERY AND THE CONSTITUTION 

2nd Quarter: The Constitution

THE GREAT COMPROMISE READING AND RESEARCH! 
follow these instructions!
1. Go to the Infohio homepage.
2. Search all data bases or go to Academic Search Premier(the icon with an IONIC COLUMN!)
When prompted, use the below username and pw
Username: torahacademy
Password: lions
3. Search for Jack Rakove's essay  "The Great Compromise: Drafting the American Constitution, 1787"
 That is Search "GREAT COMPROMISE" "RAKOVE"
4. Click on the PDF of the article.
5. Click here to find the questions.
6. Complete the reading and questions.  
The complete election breakdown, on 270 to Win

The electoral college

Third Quarter: An American Identity

Hamilton vs. Jefferson

Founding Father Negative Campaign ad

The War of 1812

Watch the below Crash Course video on the Age of Jackson, and answer the questions found here:
THIS IS THE LINK TO THE QUESTIONS FOR TODAY: ANDREW JACKSON ON TRIAL!! Facts about Andrew Jackson, and the essay arguing whether he should be removed from the twenty dollar bill. 

Fourth Quarter

MAP TRAILS WEST

Research and reading

Pre Passover homework

Watch the below, John Green Crash Course Election of 1860 & Road to Disunion and answer the following:
Part I: Questions through 9:13
Part II: Questions from 9:13-14:16
GRANT VS LEE: 

After the civil war

CIVIL WAR NEWSPAPER STORY. 
1. DIRECTIONS
2. ASSIGNED STUDENT STORY SUBJECTS
3.  TEMPLATE FOR STORY PDF,(preferable)  Template for story on google docs.

Paperwork

Research Project Headquarters

Jamestown to the Civil War

History Online

Read all about it! Primary source materieal at Eyewitness to History