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 Attention!   Click Here for the 2016-2017 Bell Schedule.
AP US Hist: 1
Instructor: Vanessa Aranda   
Welcome to AP US History
Photo by Seth Hendrickson
Announcements
Countdown Announcements
Homework – read textbook chapters for HP 8 & 9 and add 1-2 concrete details per letter (if you have AMSCO review book, this is a sufficient substitute for textbook).
Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday (April 26-28) this week I will host review sessions again focusing on writing skills (Wednesday SAQ, Thursday LEQ, Friday DBQ) 2:45 – 4:00 pm
Tuesday May 2 after school – final exam retakes (stay to retake segments you would like to improve, you do not have to stay for the full 3.5 hours again). There will be no retakes after this.
Wednesday, May 3 – study logs, notebooks and HP 8 & 9 concept outlines due
Extra Adam Norris Review packets for HP 1 – 5 on table by door
Friday, May 5
6:45 am breakfast in J-2 :)
Check in to AP exam 7:30 am J
Pizza after AP exam in J-2
Albert Review Site for AP US History
Practice questions and feedback
Create a free account at https://www.albert.io/signup/student
Class Enrollment Code: H8MA0T
Computer Lab Instructions
1. Begin or complete the WWII Perspectives (POV) handout
2. Comment AND respond to another comment for each of the WWII discussion prompts.
3. When you are finished with #2, get the next note packet handout and begin writing cornell style questions for the Special Fighting Forces PwPt handout notes. Whatever is not complete is homework due Wed., April 12.
4. READ the WWII chapter/section from your review book.

(If you were absent Thursday-Friday, April 6-7, please complete the following outside of class before Wed. April 12:
- Take notes on Neutrality Acts, Atlantic Charter, and FDR's 4 Freedoms Speech (may use textbook, review book, internet, or notes from class website)

NEW APUSH STUDY Resource: APPREND
EXCELLENT APUSH Review resources, such as interactive timelines, videos, and study strategies.
http://www.apprend.io/
Daniel Jocz Review Video: Chronology of APUSH
Review video is only 11:33 minutes and very informative
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8158cjfDBlU
REVIEW MATERIALS FROM ADAM NORRIS

Adam Norris

APUSHReview.com

Period 1 Review Sheet: period-1-1491-1607-review-sheet

Period 2 Review Sheet: period-2-1607-1754-review-sheet

Period 3 Review Sheet: period-3-1754-1800-review-sheet

Period 4 Review Sheet: period-4-1800-1848-review-sheet

Period 5 Review Sheet: period-5-1844-1877-review-sheet

Periods 6 – 9 Review Sheets: Click Here

AP US History Video Review
Link below is comprehensive review of AP US History, divided by historical periods.
http://www.tomrichey.net/apush-review.html#Period1
FORUM Guidelines (for online discussions)
FREE SPEECH has limits, especially at school. This is an academic forum and the language used is to reflect that. Offensive, inappropriate, or insulting language is unacceptable.
OPINIONS are encouraged. Use facts, readings, examples, and quotes to support claims.
RESPECT what others write and their right to disagree with you.​ Yes, we can "all just get along," even, and especially, when we disagree.
UPVOTE responses that you "like." Please add a comment explaining the justification for the upvote.
MAINTAIN a responsible online presence. Prepare insightful and well-written responses. Social media has made us comfortable with typing or texting responses that are the first thing that come to mind, silly, or filled with slang. Carefully consider what you write, how you write it, and the impact.​​
If you are interested in joining Ethic (news production) for 2017-18 school year, let me know!
Check out the website! Looking for artists, videographers, interviewers, photographers, social media, writers, and leaders!
http://www.ethic-news.org/

Homework
No "Homework" exist(s)
Slideshows
Files
 APUSH Course Introduction
1. Table of Contents (8/15, cardstock)
2. Overview of AP Exam (8/17, double-sided handout)
3. Thematic Objectives (not distributed yet)
 Period 1, 1492-1607:(Seeds) From Pre-Columbian to Colonial Societies
Boyer Chapters 1 & 2
1-1. Thematic Cover Page 8/16
1-2. Concept Outline 8/15
1-3. Key Terms 8/15 (24)
1-4. 6 Degrees of Separation Handout 8/11
1-5. Historical Period 1 Lecture Notes 8/16
1-6. Columbus Journal/Col. Exchange 8/22
1-7. Map Stimulus Multiple Choice
1-8. World Map 8/19
1-9. Vallodolid Debate Handout 8/22
1-10. (Optional) Any additional notes, materials, etc.
 Period 2, 1607-1754: (Roots) Causes and Effects of the American Revolution
Boyer Chapters 3, 4, 5, & 6
2-1 Thematic Cover Page
2-2 Concept Outline
2-3 Key Terms
2-4 Dutch, Spanish, French Colonization Jigsaw
2-5 13 Colonies Chart
2-6 First Colonies Notes
2-7 From Servitude to Slavery Notes
2-8 Overt Resistance Notes
2-9 Colonial Map (EC if complete)
2-10 Ch. 4 Sources handout (EC if complete)
2-11 OPTIONAL minimum 1 page reading and/or video notes
 Period 3, 1754-1800: (Newborn Nation) Establishing a Democratic Tradition
Boyer Chapters 6.5, 7, and 8
3-1. Thematic Cover Page (handout distributed 10/17 - due 10/21))
3-2. Key Concept Outline
3-3. Vocab/IDs
3-4. Events Leading Up to Revolution Notes
3-5. Colonial Matchmaking Notecard with info
3-6. Colonial Matchmaking Notecard with partner facts
3-7. Colonial Figure Social Media Profile
3-8. Colonial Matchmaking Compatibility Chart
3-9. Securing Independence Notes
3-10. Articles of Confederation & Enlightenment Influences Notes
3-11. Constitution & Bill of Rights Notes
3-12. Washington Presidency Notes
3-13. Washington & Adams Jigsaw Reading Notes
3-14. Period 3 LEQ prompts
3-15. Period 3 LEQ double-sided outline handout
3-16. Stress-o-meter handout
3-17. OPTIONAL (EC) Reading/Video Notes on 1754-1800
 Period 4, 1800-1848: (Growing Republic) Expansion and Democratization
Boyer Chapters 9, 10, 11
4-1. Thematic cover page
4-2. Concept Outline
4-2. Key Terms
4-3. Review Notes: Washington
4-4. "Inside America's First Dirty Presidential Campaign, 1796 Style" annotated reading
4-5. John Adams notes
4-6. "Interpretation: Development of the First Political Parties" handout
4-7. JQ Adams & Jackson Notes
 Period 5, 1844-1877: (Growing Tensions) Events Leading up to Civil War, Civil War, Reconstruction
Boyer Chapters 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
5-1. Thematic Cover Page
5-2. HP5 Concept Outline
5-3. HP5 Key Terms
5-4. Manifest Destiny Notes
5-5. Division Over Slavery Notes
5-6. Civil War Notes
5-7. Reconstruction Notes
5-8. Congressional Bill Proposal
5-9 Optional Video/Chapter Notes (EC)
 Period 6, 1865-1898: (Development) The West and Industry in the Late 19th Century
Boyer Chapters 17, 18, 19, 20
College Board APUSH Topics 14 & 15
6-1 Thematic Cover Page (optional)
6-2 Key Terms
6-3 Concept Outline
6-4 Men Who Built America Notes
6-5 Americanization & Social Darwinism v. Social Gospel
6-6 Industrialization & Labor Unions
6-7 Rise of Populists
6-8 Urban Political Machines
6-9 socratic questions
6-10 Chapter 17 handout
6-11 ec video or chapter notes (optional)
 Period 7, 1890-1945: (From Imperialism to Isolationism) Global Involvements, WWI, 1920s, Great Depression, New Deal
7-1 HP 7 Concept Outline
7-2 HP7 IDs
7-3 Imperialism Notes
7-4 Foreign Policy Notes
7-5 Progressive Era Notes
7-6 WWI notes
7-7 1920s Notes
7-8 KKK v. Mafia Video Notes
7-9 Events Leading to Great Depression Notes
7-10 Extra Credit Reading/Video Notes
 Period 7, 1890-1945: World War II, 1950s
Boyer Chapters 25, 26:2-3, 27:1-4
 Period 8, 1945-1980: The Cold War
Boyer Chapters 26.1, 26.4, 28.1, 28.5, 30.1
 PRESIDENTS
PowerPoints on individual Presidents and their policies
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