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AP U.S. History 1 st 9 wks Course Reader DHS - 1-1st 9wks APUSH - First Grading Period Date Day Topic / Content For Class Assessment Homework Aug. 27 Monday Syllabus / Introduction Introduction
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AP U.S. History 1 st 9 wks Course Reader DHS - 1-1st 9wks APUSH - First Grading Period Date Day Topic / Content For Class Assessment Homework Aug. 27 Monday Syllabus / Introduction Introduction Aug. 28 Tuesday The True Story of the Three Little Pigs Class Discussion Aug. 29 Wednesday Columbus and Historiography Seminar Aug. 30 Thursday Colonial America Chart Aug. 31 Friday Colonial America Chart Writing Assignment Read: American Historiography, Why Do Historians So Often Differ? Read: Columbus Readings Sept. 3 Monday Labor Day No School Sept. 4 Tuesday UNIT 1 TEST TEST Sept. 5 Wednesday Introduction to Writing in AP U.S. History Skillbook Writing Assignment Read: Ch. 6 Quiz & Review, Notes, Sept. 6 Thursday The Duel for North America QUIZ Ch. Questions Sept. 7 Friday The Duel for North America Class Discussion Read: Ch. 7 Sept. 10 Monday Road to Revolution Quiz & Review, Notes, Ch. Questions QUIZ Sept. 11 Tuesday Road to Revolution Chart/Class Discussion Read Ch. 8 Sept. 12 Wednesday America Secedes from the Quiz & Review, Notes, Empire Ch. Questions QUIZ Sept. 13 Thursday America Secedes from the Empire Class Discussion Sept. 14 Friday America Secedes from the Empire Handout Discussion Sept. 18 Tuesday UNIT 2 TEST TEST Chart: British Colonial Trade Regulations Handout: The Declaration of Independence Sept. 17 Monday Review for Test ESSAY TOPIC: Road to Independence Sept. 19 Wednesday Review Test/Essay Skillbook Essay Read Ch. 9 Sept. 20 Thursday The Confederation and the Quiz & Review, Notes, Constitution Ch. Questions QUIZ Sept. 21 Friday The Confederation and the Constitution Class Discussion Read: OpV 14 A/B and OpV 16 A/B Sept. 24 Monday National vs. State/Bill of Rights Seminar Read: Ch. 10 Sept. 25 Tuesday Launching the New Ship of State Quiz & Review, Notes, Ch. Questions Sept. 26 Read: Washington s Farewell EARLY Wednesday Writing in APUSH Skillbook Address RELEASE Sept. 27 Thursday Launching the New Ship of State Class Discussion ESSAY TOPIC: Articles of Sept. 28 Friday UNIT 3 TEST TEST Confederation/Political Parties Oct. 1 Monday Review Test/Essay Essay Oct. 2 Tuesday Introduction to DBQ APPARTS Read. Ch 11 The Triumphs and Travails of the Quiz & Review, Notes, Oct. 3 Wednesday QUIZ Jeffersonian Republic Ch. Question The Triumphs and Travails of the Oct. 4 Thursday Class Discussion Read: Ch 12 Jeffersonian Republic Second War for Independence Quiz & Review, Notes, Handout: Major Cases of the Oct. 5 Friday QUIZ and the Upsurge of Nationalism Ch. Question Marshall Court DHS - 2-1st 9wks APUSH - First Grading Period LANDRY Date Day Topic / Content For Class Assessment Homework Oct. 8 Monday NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS Oct. 9 Tuesday Second War for Independence Class Discussion/Marshall Handout: Foreign Policy in the and the Upsurge of Nationalism Court Early REpublic Oct. 10 Wednesday Second War for Independence Class Discussion/ Foreign and the Upsurge of Nationalism Policy in the Early Republic ESSAY TOPIC: Foreign Policy/American Nationalism Oct. 12 Friday Review Test/Essay Essay Read Ch. 13 Oct. 11 Thursday UNIT 4 TEST TEST Oct. 15 Monday The Rise of Mass Democracy Quiz & Review, Notes, Ch. Question Oct. 16 Tuesday The Rise of Mass Democracy Class Discussion QUIZ Read: Trail of Tears Oct. 17 Wednesday PSAT PSAT Read Ch. 14 Oct. 18 Thursday Forging the National Economy Quiz & Review, Notes, Ch. Question QUIZ Oct. 19 Friday Forging the National Economy Class Discussion DHS - 3-1st 9wks Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Quebec John Hancock Second Continental Congress Iroquois Tribe Lord North civic virtue Huron Tribe George Greenville Richard Henry Lee Samuel de Champlain Samuel Adams Olive Branch Petition French Fur Trappers Charles Townhend Thomas Paine Ohio Valley John Adams Bunker Hill New Orleans Crispus Attucks Common Sense French Jesuits Marquis de Lafayette Patriots Fort Duquesne King George III natural rights Albany Congress Baron von Steuben Declaration of Independence George Washington mercantilism Thomas Jefferson Fort Necessity nonimportation agreement Battle of Trenton Join or Die virtual representation Battle of Yorktown General Braddock Sons of Liberty Battle of Saratoga William Pitt Quebec Act privateers Benjamin Franklin Navigation Acts Treaty of Paris 1783 Battle of Quebec Declaratory Act John Paul Jones Treaty of Paris First Contintental Congress Benedict Arnold Pontiac's Uprising Sugar Act Patrick Henry Battle Of Louisbourg Townshend Acts Nathanael Greene Proclamation of 1763 Quartering Act Edict of Nantes Boston Massacre Robert de La Salle Stamp Act Acadians committees of correspondence Huguenots Hessians Boston Tea Party Loyalists Intolerable Acts DHS - 4-1st 9wks Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Abigail Adams Citizen Genet James Monroe Shay's Rebellion Henry Knox William Clark Alexander Hamilton Thomas Jefferson Albert Gallatin James Madison John Jay Zebulon Pike primogeniture funding at par John Marshall checks and balaances strict construction Napoleon Bonaparte mobocracy implied powers Aaron Burr consent of the governed tariff Wiliam Marbury republicanism nullification Tecumseh popular sovereignty Bank of the United States Henry Clay Great Compromise Jay's Treaty John Quincy Adams Articles of Confederation Bill of Rights patronage Land Ordinance of 1785 Alien and Sedition Acts judicial review 3/5 compromise Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions impressment Northwest Ordinance Judiciary Act of 1789 war hawks antifederalists XYZ Affair Revolution of 1800 federalists assumption midnight judges large state plan French Revolution Chesapeake incident state's rights Pinckney Treaty Marbury v. Madison Whiskey Rebellion Lousiana Purchase Treaty of Greenville Non Intercourse Act Battle of Fallen Timbers Merriwether Lewis Embargo Act Judiciary Act of 1801 DHS - 5-1st 9wks Chapter 11 Chapter 12 James Monroe Oliver Hazard Perry William Clark William Henry Harrison Albert Gallatin Francis Scott Key Zebulon Pike Andrew Jackson John Marshall Washington Irving Napoleon Bonaparte James Monroe Aaron Burr John Calhoun Wiliam Marbury John Q. Adams Tecumseh Daniel Webster Henry Clay James Fenimore Cooper John Quincy Adams nationalism patronage peculiar institution judicial review sectionalism impressment McCulloch v. Maryland war hawks Gibbons v. Ogden Revolution of 1800 American System midnight judges Monroe Doctrine Chesapeake incident Missouri Compromise Marbury v. Madison Tallmadge Amendment Lousiana Purchase Fletcher v. Peck Non Intercourse Act Dartmouth v. Woodward Merriwether Lewis Treaty of Ghent Embargo Act Judiciary Act of 1801 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Andrew Jackson Pet banks Samuel Slater Henry Clay Whig Party Eli Whitney Martin Van Buren Force Bill Robert Fulton Nicholas Biddle panic of 1837 Samuel Morse Sam Houston spoils system Catharine Beecher John Tyler industrial revolution William Harrison nativism nuillification cult of domesticity 12th amendment cotton gin corrupt bargain Molly Maguires Tariff of Abominations Commonwealth v. Hunt Tariff of 1832 Tammany Hall Specie Circular pony express slavocracy George Catlin Trail of Tears Erie Canal Divorce Bill Democratic Party DHS - 6-1st 9wks DHS - 7-1st 9wks DHS - 8-1st 9wks DHS - 9-1st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks DHS st 9wks
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