Friday, September 22 APUSH—Homework Reminder for Tuesday September 26
1. You all rocked the ‘big’ quiz. I will put grades in when I can figure out how to do it correctly—sorry.
2. Please by Tuesday, September 26
a. make sure you know Chapter 2 from AMSCO well. Go over the vocabulary and concepts that we talked about.
b. Read Historical Perspectives: “Was Colonial Society Democratic?” page 55 (in the 2015 edition)
c. Review Mr. Crossen’s Period 2 PowerPoint that is located on his OneNote. He and I have enrolled you all in his OneNote. We both use his OneNote for APUSH.
Tuesday, September 26 APUSH Homework—Read and take notes of course on AMSCO Chapter 3, “Colonial Society in the 18th Century.” (Pages 45-55 in AMSCO 2015)
1. Warm up “Flocabulary”—discuss
2. “Was Colonial Society Democratic?” Please write a short response—share at tables, collect, discuss whole group.
3. Review quiz
4. Map Activity—create a 13 British Colonies map—label & know the different types of British colonies—and why. (if this is not completed, it is homework for Thursday),
a. Make sure the kids know what a ‘colony’ is and what ‘colonialism’ is all about.
b. Know the difference between a Corporate Colony, Royal Colony and Proprietary Colony. (Page 24 in AMSCO)
c. Review in depth—the Navigation and Trade Acts and the idea of Mercantilism—know trade tariffs for the rest of your life.
d. Probably have a quiz on this next time? Will have a quiz on how important access to a market is and the idea of ‘controlled trade’ and tariffs many times during the year.
Thursday September 28
1. Warm up—vocab, concepts?
a. Political cartoon regarding controlled trade in the colonies—discuss the short chapter 3.
b. Quick quiz—see above
c. Map Activity—create a 13 British Colonies map—label & know the different types of British colonies—and why. (if this is not completed, it is homework due Monday, Oct. 2),
2. Homework for Monday, October 2
a. T-4 Period 3 Key Concepts (Hall will give them to you or you can download them on our Crossen OneNote.
b. Please read and take notes on Chapter 4 AMSCO, “Imperial Wars and Colonial Protests, 175-1774,” (pages 69- 78 in AMSCO 2015)
c. Please read the primary source quote from John Adams in the beginning of Chapter 4 closely.
1. Ask yourself, “When? Where? Why? To whom is this speaker trying to speak to? And So what, why do we care?”