|Here are various PowerPoint presentations: Ch 2 Ch 3-4 Ch 5 Ch 6
Ch 7-8 Ch 9-10 Ch 11-12 Ch 13 Ch 14 Ch 15 Ch 16-17 Ch 18-19
Ch 20 Ch 21 Ch 22 Ch 23 Ch 24 Ch 25 Ch 26 Ch 27 Ch 28
Ch 29-30 Ch 31-32 Ch 1
|A. P. U. S. History
|This week we shall spend most of our time on Chapter 12, the reform
movements that swept the North during the antebellum period. On
Thursday we should begin Chapter 13, Manifest Destiny, which explores
those events and decisions that ultimately led to the Civil War.
Your AP Classroom access code is YN9DW2.
|Click here for "This Month in History" from the Constitutional Rights Foundation
Click here for an example of a Weekly Lesson Reaction. Click here for
guidance regarding class notebooks. Click here to see the course movie list.
|"Preservation of one's own culture does not require
contempt or disrespect of other cultures."
|Here are some excellent websites, some of which are primary sources, which
you can refer to as we cover those topics in class:
Online Scavenger Hunt Links From Revolution to Reconstruction: Key
Documents in U. S. History
World War I Artillery Trench Foot Waterlogged Trenches
Dysentery Trench Rats Boy Soldiers Gas Attacks
Body Lice Mustard Gas John J. Pershing Newton Baker
U. S. Air Aces Financial Costs Casualties
|Click here to view a PowerPoint presentation regarding history writing.
Click here to view the FRQ essay packet Click here to view the DBQ packet 1
Click here to view the DBQ packet 2
|Click here to view an MS Word document that shows the general day-by-day lesson plan,
with homework assignments, by month for the 2020-2021 school year.
|Click as appropriate to open the respective questions for the chapters noted:
Ch 1 Ch 2 Ch 3 Ch 4 Ch 5 Ch 6 Ch 7 Ch 8 Ch 9 Ch 10
Ch 11 Ch 12 Ch 13 Ch 14 Ch 15 Ch 16 Ch 17 Ch 18 Ch 19 Ch 20
Ch 21 Ch 22 Ch 23 Ch 24 Ch 25 Ch 26 Ch 27 Ch 28 Ch 29 Ch 30
Ch 31 Ch 32-33