AP United States History Weekly Schedule
Semester 1
2022

PowerPoint Slides

Period 5 Curricular Framework

Period 5 (1844-1877)


Q3 Week 14

12/5-12/11


1. Read and Take Notes

Chapter 13 The Impending Crisis 1840-1860

The Failure to Compromise


2. The Coming of the Civil War 1820-1860 DBQ due Friday 12/16 in-class

The Coming of the Civil War notes


3. SAQ due Friday 12/9

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Q3 Week 13

11/28-12/2


1. Read and Take Notes

Chapter 12 Antebellum Culture and Reform 

The First Age of Reform

Ralph Waldo Emerson Self Reliance


2. MyAP Unit 4 MC due Wednesday 11/30


3. Unit 4 (1800-1848) Assessment Friday 12/2

C7-12

Unit 4 Study Guide

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Q2 Week 12

11/14-11/27

1. Read and Take Notes
Chapter11 Cotton, Slavery, and the Old South p.303-308

BOA Slavery


Chapter 12Antebellum Culture and Reform 

The First Age of Reform

Ralph Waldo Emerson Self Reliance


1. Quiz C9-10 Wednesday 11/16


2.  C11/12 Primary Source 11/18


3. Transcendentalist Extra Credit Project due 11/27


4. LEQ Unit 4 Revision due Friday 11/18


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Q2 Week 11

11/7-11/13

1. Read and Take Notes
Chapter10 America's Economic Revolution (1812-1845)


2. C9/10 Quiz Thursday 11/10


Q2 Week 10

10/31-11/6


Jackson: Good, Evil, and the Presidency
1. Read and Take Notes

Chapter9 Jacksonian America (1824-1845)


2. The Era of Good Feelings LEQ  Wednesday 11/2

Historians have traditionally labeled the period after the war of 1812 the “era of good feelings”. Evaluate the extent to which of this label is accurate, considering the emergence of nationalism and sectionalism in the early years of the Republic (1800-1830).


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Q2 Week 9

10/24-10/30


The Era of Good Feelings

The Era of Good Feelings was a period of dramatic growth and intense nationalism. The spirit of nationalism was apparent in Supreme Court decisions that established the supremacy of the federal government and expanded the powers of Congress. American interest and power in foreign policy was especially apparent in the Monroe Doctrine. Industrial development enhanced national self-sufficiency and united the nation with improved roads, canals, and river transportation. Forces for division were also at work. The financial Panic of 1819 led to the emergence of new political parties. The Missouri Crisis contributed to a growing sectional split between North and South.


1. Read and Take Notes

Chapter8 Varieties of American Nationalism (1800-1824)


2. The Era of Good Feelings (Research) due Wednesday 10/26


3. Roundtable Thursday 10/27


5. Unit 3 Reassessment Thursday 10/27


6. LEQ Revision 10/28

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Q2 Week 8

10/17-10/23


1. Read Hamilton/Jefferson You Decide


2. Take the Quiz Pew Political Typology Quiz


3. Complete MyAP Unit Multiple Choice Questions open due 10/18


4. Exam Wednesday 10/19

Unit 3 1754-1800 Study Guide

MyAP Unit Multiple Choice Questions open due 10/18

Unit 3 Curricular Framework 


5. Read and Take Notes

Chapter7 The Jeffersonian Era (1800-1824)


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Q2 Week 7

10/10-10/16


1. Lesson Overview: Soon after President Washington formed his first cabinet, there was an unforeseen development to which the Framers were very much opposed. This was the formation of political parties. This lesson will explore why the Framers were concerned about political factions, how conflicting points of view led to their development, and the role political parties play in American politics today.

Mission: You will be assigned to a group that will research the role of Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasury, Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State, or George Washington, President. The group will do appropriate research in preparation for an important Cabinet meeting that the President has urgently called for at the end of the week. The agenda includes discussion of the following critical domestic and foreign policy issues: Your expertise will advise the President.


2. Research 10/10-1/13 (google classroom)

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Q1 Week 6

10/3-10/9


1. LEQ due 10/4 in-class

Some historians have argued that the American revolution was not revolutionary in nature. Support, modify, or refute this interpretation, providing specific evidence to justify your answer.


How Revolutionary was the American Revolution

Himler's History

2. Read and Take Notes
Chapter6 The Constitution and the New Republic (1783-1800)

3. Hamilton v. Jefferson Debate
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Primary Source Investigation

1. Charleston Non-Importation Agreement, July 22, 1769

2. William Waller Powder Horn

3. Thomas Jefferson's Declaration of Independence

4. Barak Obama's Inaugural Address January 21st, 2013


Q1 Week 5

9/26-10/2



1. Read and Take Notes
Chapter5 The The American Revolution (1776-1787)

2. LEQ due 10/3 in-class

Some historians have argued that the American revolution was not revolutionary in nature. Support, modify, or refute this interpretation, providing specific evidence to justify your answer.


How Revolutionary was the American Revolution


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Q1 Week 4

9/19-9/25


Period 3 Curricular Framework (C4-6: 1754-1800)


1. Read and Take Notes
Chapter4 The Empire in Transition (1763-1776)

AP Chapter 4 Study Guide


2. Open House 9/20


3. Reassessment Thursday 9/22 @ lunch rm 210


4. C4 SAQ  9/25 (google classroom)


5. Lecture Outlines

Road to Revolution 1744-1763 notes 

Prologue to Revolution 1763-1775

Road to Revolution 1763-1776 notes

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Q1 Week 3

9/12-9/18




1. Read and Take Notes
Chapter 3 Society and Culture in Provincial America 1700-1763
AP Chapter 3 Study Guide


2. Unit 1 and 2 Multiple Choice Questions and daily videos MYAP due Thursday 9/15


3. Period 1&2 (Chapter 1-3 1491-1763) Test Friday 9/16


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Q1 Week 2

9/6-9/11

Period 1 Curricular Framework

Period 2 Curricular Framework


1. Read and Take Notes
Chapter 2 Tansplantations and Boderlands

AP Chapter 2 Study Guide


2. New England and Chesapeake Comparative Analysis outline due Sunday 9/11 (google classroom)


3. Oultines

Colonial Settlement 1607-1680

Puritanism 1

Puritanism 2


4. Join AP Classroom

I will give you the code Wednesday in class.

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Q1 Week 1

8/31-9/5

Period 1 Curricular Framework

Period 2 Curricular Framework


Chapter 1 The Collision of Cultures

AP Chapter 1 Study Guide


1. Review Syllabus


2. Ted Talk -Podormo (study strategies)

 

3. Read and Take Notes C1 Collision of Cultures

 

4. Read Howard Zinn's People's History of the United States

Chapter 1 Columbus, The Indians, and Human Progress

 

5. SAQ #5  American History p. 33 due Sunday 9/5 (google classroom)