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1
August 20st 2013
  • Which four important developments in Europe led
    to the age of exploration?
  • What was the Columbian exchange? How did it
    destabilize Native American societies?
  • (Write down the Bellringer in your notebook or
    binder with the date included!)

2
Answers
  • The Crusades, the Renaissance, the Reformation,
    and nation-states
  • (A) The transfer of items and people between the
    western and eastern hemispheres. (B) The spread
    of European diseases and the desire of Europeans
    for gold.

3
August 21st, 2013
  1. Who were the conquistadors and what was their
    main purpose?

4
Answers
  • They were the early Spanish explorers of America.
    Their main interest was the discovery of gold in
    the new world.

5
  • SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDASPAIN

6
August 22nd, 2013
  1. What was the first settlement in Virginia? When
    was it founded and by whom?

7
Answers
  • Jamestown, 1607 by the London Company (England)

8
August 23rd, 2013
  • How did the passage of the Stamp Act and the
    Sugar Act lead to greater conflict in the
    American Colonies?

9
Answer
  • These taxes were passed without the consent of
    the colonists because they had no representation
    in the British Parliament.

10
August 26th, 2013
  1. How did the lack of free trade lead to conflict
    between the American colonies and England?

11
Answer
  • How did the lack of free trade lead to conflict
    between the American colonies and England?
  • England limited the colonies trade with other
    countries.

12
September 30th, 2013
  • How did the French and Indian War create conflict
    between the colonies and England?

13
Answer
  • England expected the colonies to help pay the war
    debt by passing taxes.

14
October 1st, 2013
  1. What was the Boston massacre?
  2. What was the shot heard round the world?

15
Answers
  1. Confrontation between the colonists and British
    soldiers
  2. The first battles of the Revolution, Lexington
    and Concord

16
October 2nd, 2013
  1. What was the purpose of the Boston tea party and
    what were the results?

17
Answer
  • It was a resistance to the Tea Act (tax). In
    1773, American colonists dressed as Indians and
    threw tea into the Boston harbor. The result was
    the Revolutionary War.

18
August 23rd, 2011
  • How did the Magna Carta and the political
    concepts of Locke, Rousseau, and Montesquieu
    impact the political systems of the United States?

19
Answers
  • The Magna Carta established the principle of
    limited government
  • John Locke--Idea of life, liberty, and property
  • Rousseau---government derives its right to exist
    from the people.
  • Montesquieu---separation of powers in government

20
October 3rd, 2013
  1. What was the Great Awakening movement?

21
Answer
  1. It was a religious revival movement in the 1730s
    and 1740s led by Jonathan Edwards and George
    Whitefield.

22
October 4th, 2013
  • How did the English Bill of Rights affect the
    United States Constitution?

23
Answer
  • Many of the same rights were incorporated into
    the U.S. Bill of Rights.

24
October 7th, 2013
  • What years were the first and second Continental
    Congresses?
  • What were the major differences of the
    Federalists and Democratic- Republicans?

25
Answers
  • 1774 and 1775
  • Federalists---founded by Alexander Hamilton---a
    loose construction of the constitution.
  • Democratic-Republicansfounded by Thomas
    Jefferson---a strict constitution.

26
Bellringer Quiz
  • Who were the conquistadors and what was their
    main purpose?
  • What was the first settlement in Virginia? When
    was it founded and by whom?
  • How did the English Bill of Rights affect the
    United States Constitution?
  • What was the shot heard round the world?
  • What was the purpose of the Boston tea party and
    what were the results?
  • How did the French and Indian War create conflict
    between the colonies and England?
  • What was the Great Awakening movement?
  • What was the Boston massacre?

27
Chapter 5 Sec. 1 and 2 People
  • Define the following people in Chapter 5
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Francesco Sforza
  • Cosimo deMedici
  • Lorenzo deMedici
  • Niccolo Machiavelli
  • Petrarch
  • Dante
  • Michelangelo
  • Jan van Eyck
  • Albrecht Durer

28
Assignment
  • Chapter 5 Key Terms (11 in all)
  • Chapter 5 People To Identify Section 1 and 2
    only!!

29
October 8th, 2013
  1. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? When
    and why?

30
Answer
  1. The declaration was written to explain the
    reasons for the colonies breaking ties with
    Britain. Thomas Jefferson wrote it on July 4th,
    1776.

31
Short Answer Questions
  • 26. Write a paragraph discussing the importance
    and the back story of why Martin Luther or King
    Henry VIII broke off from the Catholic Church. (5
    Sentence Minimum)
  • 27. What was one main difference between the
    English Reformation and the Christian
    Reformation? Why was this difference significant?

32
August 29th, 2011
  • The Articles of Confederation was the first
    constitution for the newly created United States.
    State the major strengths and weaknesses of the
    articles.

33
Answer
  • Weaknesses No president, no courts, no power to
    tax
  • Strengths Procedures for adding new states to
    the union, led to state cooperation

34
October 9th, 2013
  • When and where was the Constitutional Convention
    held? Who presided over it?
  • Bellringer Quiz tomorrow! Dates 9/30-10/9

35
Answer
  1. Philadelphia, from May to September of 1787.
    George Washington presided over the convention.

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August 31st, 2011
  • WHAT WERE THE MAJOR CRISES AT THE CONSTITUTIONAL
    CONVENTION? IDENTIFY THE COMPROMISES THAT
    RESOLVED THEM.

38
Answer
  • Problem representation in congress
  • Solution great compromise
  • Problem how to count the slaves
  • Solution 3/5 compromise----slaves
    were counted as 3/5 of a person

39
October 10th, 2013
  • What did George Washington warn the nation
    against in his farewell address?
  • Write on a new sheet of paper!

40
Answer
  1. Political parties and foreign entanglements

41
October 14th, 2013
  1. Who were the anti-federalists? What were the
    federalist papers?

42
Answer
  • Anti-federalists---opponents of the Constitution.
  • Federalist papers---a series of essays in
    support of the constitution

43
  • I. Central European Monarchs Clash
  • A. The Thirties Year War
  • Bohemian Protestants Revolt
  • Ferdinand II the head of Hapsburg Family
  • Protestants revolt as churches close
  • Hapsburg family torn

44
  • How most of us spend our lives...
  • 25 years sleeping
  • 14 years at work and at school
  • 12 years watching tv
  • 5 years socializing
  • 3 years reading
  • 3 years eating
  • 2 years bathing and grooming
  • 5 years on the cell phone
  • 10 months on the toilet

45
Thesis School Rules
  • A thesis statement declares what you believe and
    what you intend to prove.
  • _____________Instructions____________
  • You and your partner will go through the student
    handbook and pick 5 rules that you disagree with
    (Martin Luther style!)
  • You are going to write 5 well thought out
    statements as to why they are unfair.
  • Rewrite the Rule, state what is unfair about it,
    and tell how you would change it

46
October 14th, 2013
  1. What is the purpose of the Preamble of the
    Constitution?
  2. Explain the concept of Separation of Powers.

47
Answers
  1. It states the broad purpose that the Constitution
    intended to serve.
  2. The executive, legislative, and judicial branches
    must be divided and equal in power.

48
September 14th, 2012
  1. Explain what is meant by a federal system of
    government.

49
Answer
  • It is a separation of powers between the states
    and the national government.

50
Assignment After Test
  • Chapter 6 Key Terms
  • There are only 9!! ?

51
September 17th, 2012
  • What is the significance of the elastic clause?

52
Answers
  1. It is the constitutional basis for the many
    powers of the federal government.

53
First Hand Accounts
  • You are writing a paper as though you are the
    explorer that you have been assigned.
  • Your paper must include
  • 1 page single spaced 12 font Times New Roman
  • Where are you from?
  • What did you explore?
  • Where and how did you die?
  • Other questions to possibly answer Were you
    married? Name of ships? What are you known for?
    Are you infamous? Ruthless? Kind?
  • Make your account exciting and fun
  • Must have a works cited page and have a minimum
    of 2 sources

54
September 18th, 2012
  1. Explain the relationship between the 13th, 14th,
    15th, and 19th amendments.

55
Answers
  • 13th, 14th, and 15th---Civil War
    amendments---ended slavery, defined citizenship
    for African-Americans, and gave black men the
    right to vote
  • 19th amendment---Gave women the right to
    vote

56
September 19th, 2012
  • What is the Bill of Rights?
  • What was the date and purpose of the famous ride
    of Paul Revere?

57
Answers
  • They are the first ten amendments
  • April 18th, 1775 --- To warn the city of Concord
    that The British are coming!

58
Homecoming Week
  • Monday- Super Hero Day
  • Tuesday- Athlete Day
  • Wednesday- Disney Character Day
  • Thursday- Cowboy/Cowgirls (Seniors) and Indians
    for all other classes
  • Friday- Spirit Day- Black and Gold

59
September 20th, 2012
  1. Compare and contrast the black codes and the Jim
    Crow laws.

60
Answers
  • Black codes---Restricted the rights of newly
    freed slaves
  • Jim Crow laws---legalized racial segregation

61
Bellringer Quiz 2
  • What were the major differences of the
    Federalists and Democratic- Republicans?
  • What is the Bill of Rights?
  • Explain the relationship between the 13th, 14th
    and 15th amendments.
  • When were the first and second Continental
    Congresses?
  • What is the significance of the elastic clause?
  • Compare and contrast the black codes and the Jim
    Crow laws.
  • Explain what is meant by a federal system of
    government.
  • What is the purpose of the Preamble of the
    Constitution?
  • What was the date and purpose of the famous ride
    of Paul Revere?
  • What did George Washington warn the nation
    against in his farewell address?
  • Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? When
    and why?
  • Explain the concept of Separation of Powers.

62
September 21st, 2012
  • What is the most famous quote of Patrick Henry?
  • What was the political importance of George
    Washington's selection to head the Continental
    Army?
  • Put these on a new sheet of paper!!

63
Answers
  1. Give me liberty or give me death!
  2. Washington possessed character and leadership

64
September 24th, 2012
  1. Explain Samuel Adams role in the formation of
    the Sons of Liberty and the significance of his
    role.

65
Answer
  1. He was one of the founders of the group and
    organized the Boston Tea Party.

66
September 25th, 2012
  1. What is the significance of the Battle of
    Saratoga during the Revolutionary War?

67
Answer
  • It was the turning point for American troops in
    the Revolutionary War.

68
September 26th, 2012
  • What is the significance of the following
    Revolutionary War battles Valley Forge and
    Yorktown?

69
Answer
  • Valley Forgeit was a battle against the elements
    and disease.
  • The Battle of Yorktownthe American victory that
    finally ended the American Revolution.

70
September 27th, 2012
  1. When was the Northwest Ordinance passed, and what
    were its provisions?

71
Answer
  1. 1787 Its provisions were the abolishment of
    slavery in the northwest, civil liberties, and
    areas for education.

72
Short Answer Questions
  • 26. In 5 or more sentences, explain why the
    African slave trade began and what it was like
    for those unfortunate Africans who took the
    voyage to the Americas across the Middle Passage.
  • 27. Why are there more Spanish speaking countries
    in the Americas than Portuguese speaking
    countries? (3 or more sentences)

73
September 28th, 2012
  1. What was the Louisiana purchase? When did it
    occur?
  2. Who represented the United States in its
    negotiation? Who represented France?

74
Answers
  1. In 1803, the United States purchased the
    territory from France for 15,000,000 roughly
    doubling the size of the nation.
  2. Robert Livingston for France and James Monroe for
    the United States

75
Age of Exploration Skit
  • Pick a group of explorers or a story from the age
    of exploration
  • In groups of 2 -4, make a 5 minute skit
    representing the scene from history.
  • You must have different rolls and write up what
    each person will be saying.
  • You may use music in your production!

76
October 15th , 2013
  1. What are the two main reasons why President
    Jefferson arranged for the Louisiana Purchase?

77
Answers
  • (1) French control of the Mississippi river
    threatened trade
  • (2) The purchase would double the size of
    the U.S.

78
Chapter 5 Short Answers
  • 26. In 5 or more sentences, describe the reign of
    King Philip II of Spain. (The good, the bad, and
    the ugly!)
  • 27. Describe the process of accusing a person of
    being a witch in the 17th and 18th centuries and
    discuss what might be the punishment for such a
    crime.
  • 28. Who was Queen Elizabeth and what is the
    significance of her legacy?

79
  • Most Common Last Names in the United States...
  • Smith
  • Johnson
  • Williams
  • Brown
  • Jones
  • Miller
  • Davis
  • Wilson
  • Anderson
  • Taylor

80
  • There are 10 doctors in the U.S. with the last
    name of 'Nurse'.
  • Banging your head against a wall uses 150
    calories an hour.
  • Left-handers comprise 5 to 10 of the American
    population.
  • China has more English speakers than the United
    States.

81
  • You share your birthday with at least 9 million
    people.
  • Women blink nearly twice as much as men.
  • You can't kill yourself by holding your breath.
  • 40 of all people who come to a party in your
    home will snoop in your medicine cabinet.

82
  • In Bangladesh, kids as young as 15 can be jailed
    for cheating on their finals.
  • The phrase "rule of thumb" is derived from an old
    English law which stated that you couldn't beat
    your wife with anything wider than your thumb.
  • In England, the Speaker of the House is not
    allowed to speak.
  • Ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made of stone.
  • George Washington was the first Irish US
    President
  • Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete.
  • The average person laughs 15 times a day.

83
October 15th, 2013
  • Why was Napoleon Bonaparte willing to sell
    Louisiana?

84
Answer
  • His troops needed the money and he was anxious to
    sell the territory before the British took it.

85
October 16th, 2013
  1. When did Alabama become a state? What population
    was needed for statehood?

86
Answer
  1. Alabama became a state December 14th, 1819.
    60,000 people were needed for statehood.

87
October 17th, 2013
  • When was the Era of Good Feeling and what was
    its meaning?
  • You need a pencil for your exam!

88
Answer
  • It was a period of little political conflict
    during the presidency of James Monroe.

89
October 18th, 2013
  1. What were the provisions of the Missouri
    Compromise?

90
Answer
  • It prohibited slavery in the Louisiana
    Missouri. Territory north of the parallel 36/30,
    except

91
October 21st, 2013
  • 1. Name one provision that was included in the
    Monroe doctrine.

92
Answer
  • The U.S. would not tolerate further colonial
    expansions in the western hemisphere, including
    all of the Americas.

93
  • Pick a number 1 -10
  • Multiply by 2
  • Add 8
  • Divide by 2
  • Subtract your original number
  • Number between 1 and 26
  • Pick the letter that matches your corresponding
    number A1, B2, C3, etc.
  • Think of a country that starts with that
    letterTake the second letter of the country and
    think of an animal which begins with that letter
    Think of the color of that animal...

94
October 22nd, 2013
  1. When and where was the Battle of the Alamo?

95
Answer
  • In 1836, Texas, The Alamo was captured and all
    Americans killed.

96
Funny but True Alabama Laws
  • Bear wrestling matches are prohibited.
  • Incestuous marriages are legal.
  • It is illegal to impersonate a person of the
    clergy.
  • It is considered an offense to open an umbrella
    on a street, for fear of spooking horses.
  • It is illegal to sell peanuts in Lee County after
    sundown on Wednesday.
  • Dominoes may not be played on Sunday.
  • It is illegal to wear a fake moustache that
    causes laughter in church.
  • Putting salt on a railroad track may be
    punishable by death.
  • Boogers may not be flicked into the wind.
  • It is legal to drive the wrong way down a one-way
    street if you have a lantern attached to the
    front of your automobile.
  • You must have windshield wipers on your car.
  • You may not have an ice cream cone in your back
    pocket at any time.
  • Masks may not be worn in public.
  • Women are able to retain all property they owned
    prior to marriage in the case of divorce.
    However, this provision does not apply to men.
  • It is illegal for a driver to be blindfolded
    while operating a vehicle.

97
9/17/09
  • The Preamble of the Constitution
  • We the People of the United States, in Order
    to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice,
    insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the
    common defense, promote the general Welfare, and
    secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and
    our Posterity, do ordain and establish this
    Constitution for the United States of America

98
October 24th, 2013
  1. What were the three main land routes for settlers
    moving west after 1812?

99
Answer(s)
  • (1) Santa Fe Trail
  • (2) Oregon Trail
  • (3) California Trail

100
October 25th, 2013
  1. What treaty ended the Mexican War and what were
    the terms?

101
Answer
  • The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. The Rio Grande
    would become the Texas boundary.

102
Europe Africa Americas
  • Spain Algeria Guatemala
  • Turkey Libya Mexico
  • Portugal Tunisia Bahamas
  • Greece South Africa Costa Rica
  • Germany Egypt Jamaica
  • Italy Morocco Venezuela
  • France Madagascar Columbia
  • Iceland Ethiopia Brazil
  • Great Britain Kenya Uruguay
  • Finland C.A.R Chile
  • Poland Somalia Peru
  • Norway Mali Argentina
  • Russia Nigeria Panama
  • Sweden Sudan Bolivia
  • Austria Chad Belize

103
Europe Africa Central A. South A.
  • Spain Algeria Belize Venezuela
  • Turkey Libya Bahamas Columbia
  • Portugal Tunisia Mexico Brazil
  • Greece South Africa
    Guatemala Uruguay
  • Germany Egypt
    Costa Rica Chile
  • Austria Sudan Jamaica Peru
  • Sweden Chad Panama Bolivia Nigeria Argen
    tina
  • Italy Morocco
  • France Madagascar
  • Iceland Ethiopia
  • England Kenya
  • Finland C.A.R
  • Poland Somalia
  • Norway Mali
  • Russia

104
Bellringer Quiz 3 Dates 9/21-10/11
  • What treaty ended the Mexican War, and what were
    the terms?
  • What are the two main reasons why President
    Jefferson arranged for the Louisiana Purchase?
  • Who represented the United States in its
    negotiation? Who represented France?
  • What were the three main land routes for settlers
    moving west after 1812?
  • Name one provision that was included in the
    Monroe doctrine.
  • Explain Samuel Adams role in the formation of
    the Sons of Liberty and the significance of his
    role.
  • What is the significance of the Battle of
    Saratoga during the Revolutionary War?
  • When was the Northwest Ordinance passed, and what
    were its provisions?
  • What was the Louisiana Purchase? When did it
    occur?
  • What was the political importance of George
    Washington's selection to head the Continental
    Army?
  • When did Alabama become a state? What population
    was needed for statehood?
  • What were the provisions of the Missouri
    Compromise?
  • When and where was the battle of the Alamo?
  • What is the significance of the following
    Revolutionary War battles Valley Forge and
    Yorktown?
  • Why was Napoleon Bonaparte willing to sell
    Louisiana?
  • What is the most famous quote of Patrick Henry?
  • When was the Era of Good Feeling and what was
    its meaning?

105
  • When was the Northwest Ordinance passed, and what
    were its provisions?
  • What was the Louisiana Purchase? When did it
    occur?
  • What was the political importance of George
    Washington's selection to head the Continental
    Army?
  • When did Alabama become a state? What population
    was needed for statehood?
  • What were the provisions of the Missouri
    Compromise?
  • When and where was the battle of the Alamo?
  • What is the significance of the following
    Revolutionary War battles Valley Forge and
    Yorktown?
  • Why was Napoleon Bonaparte willing to sell
    Louisiana?
  • What is the most famous quote of Patrick Henry?
  • When was the Era of Good Feeling and what was
    its meaning?

106
October 12th, 2012
  • Write on a new sheet of paper!

107
October 28th, 2013
  • What is Manifest Destiny?

108
Answer
  • The belief that the U.S. would control the land
    from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.

109
October 15th, 2012
  • Identify the advantages the north had over the
    south at the beginning of the civil war.

110
Answer
  • The north had a greater population, a treasury
    and an industrial system that could produce
    weapons.

111
October 29th, 2013
  • What were the results of the War of 1812?
  • Bellringer Quiz Tomorrow! Dates 10/10-10/29

112
Answer
  • Americans felt a great surge of national pride
    and expanded westward.

113
  • List all of the countries in Europe and their
    capitals
  • List the top 10 inventions of all time Your
    opinion!

114
Date A Monarch
115
October 30th, 2013
  • What was the Treaty of Ghent?
  • Put this on a new sheet of paper!

116
Answer
  • It ended the War of 1812, both parties returned
    all land taken during the war and it was signed
    on December 24th, 1814.

117
Assignment after Bellringer Quiz
  • Copy the graphic organizer (chart) on page 324
  • Chapter 10 Section 1 Assessment pg. 299 3-6
  • Do this all on the same sheet of paper! Front
    and back!

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Short Answer Questions
  • 34. What was the Columbian Exchange? What were
    some items that were traded? How does it effect
    your life today? (Minimum of 3 Sentences)
  • 35. What were the conditions like on the Middle
    Passage for African slaves being brought to the
    Americas? (Minimum of 3 Sentences)

124
October 31st, 2013
  1. Name 2 leaders of the abolitionist movement.

125
Answer
  • (1) Harriet Beecher Stoweantislavery writer,
    Uncle Toms Cabin
  • (2) Fredrick Douglasantislavery advocate

126
November 1st, 2013
  1. What is meant by the term protective tariff?

127
Answer
  1. A tax on foreign products to make them more
    expensive than similar products from the U.S.

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November 4th, 2013
  • What were the reasons for the first protective
    tariff of 1816?

135
Answer
  • The British wanted to flood the market with cheap
    goods. Americans wanted their industry protected.

136
Country Bank
  • Europe Africa Central America
  • Greece Namibia Nicaragua
  • Ukraine Madagascar Panama
  • Finland Libya Belize
  • Spain Sudan Costa Rica
  • U.K. Nigeria Guatemala
  • Italy Angola Mexico
  • Germany South Africa Honduras
  • Hungary Ethiopia
  • Iceland Egypt
  • Poland Mali
  • Norway Algeria
  • Lithuania Democratic Republic of Congo
  • France Mozambique
  • Turkey Tanzania
  • Sweden Lesotho

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Country Bank
  • Europe Africa Central America
  • Greece Namibia Nicaragua
  • Ukraine Madagascar Panama
  • Finland Libya El Salvador
  • Spain Sudan Costa Rica
  • U.K. Nigeria Guatemala
  • Italy Angola Mexico
  • Germany South Africa Jamaica
  • Hungary Ethiopia Cuba
  • Iceland Egypt Pacific Ocean
  • Poland Mali Gulf of Mexico
  • Norway Algeria
  • Lithuania Democratic Republic of Congo
  • France Mozambique
  • Turkey Tanzania
  • Sweden Lesotho
  • Czech Republic Cote DIvoire
  • Macedonia Chad
  • Switzerland Kenya

138
November 5th, 2013
  • What is Jacksonian Democracy?
  • Remember, Remember the Fifth of November.!
    Happy Guy Fawkes Day!

139
Answer
  • Andrew Jacksons election gave new spirit to the
    nation bringing reforms in political, economic,
    and social areas.

140
II. The Enlightenment in Europe
  • A Two Views on Government
  • 1. Hobbes Social Contract
  • a.
  • b.
  • c.
  • 2. Lockes Natural Rights
  • a.
  • b.
  • c.

141
November 6th ,2013
  • What is the spoils system?

142
  • The new administration throws out all former
    appointees and puts in their own friends.

143
November 7th, 2013
  • Describe the Nullification Crisis.

144
Answer
  • 1. A threat made by South Carolina stating that
    they would not allow tariffs on imports to be
    collected within their state.

145
November 8th, 2013
  • Who was Spains biggest supporter of militant
    Catholicism?

146
Answer
  • King Philip II of Spain

147
October 31st, 2012
  • What does the term armada mean?

148
Answer
  • A fleet of warships

149
November 12th, 2013
  • How did the Compromise of 1850 help lead to the
    Civil War?

150
Answers
  • It nullified the terms of the Missouri Compromise
    which had prohibited slavery in the north.

151
November 13th, 2013
  • What was the Fugitive Slave Act?

152
Answer
  • It was a law passed in the northern states that
    made the recovery of fugitive slaves extremely
    difficult.

153
November 14th, 2013
  • What is the electoral college and how many
    electorates are there?

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Answer
  • An institution that officially elects the
    President and Vice President of the U.S. every
    four years. There are 538 electors.

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2000 Election
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2004 Election
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2008 Election
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November 15th, 2013
  • Why do we vote for the president on the Tuesday
    after the first Monday in November?

162
Answer
  • It started in 1845 due to conflicts with farming
    and the religious holiday of All Souls Day on
    November 1st.

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November 7th, 2012
  • What day does the president officially take over
    office after winning an election?

164
Answer
  • January 20th

165
Answer
  • Territories were organized on the principle of
    popular sovereignty. Results were a struggle
    between pro- and anti-slavery groups (Bleeding
    Kansas)

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November 18th, 2013
  1. Why was the Republican Party formed and who was
    the first republican president?

167
Answer
  • 1. It was formed to prevent the expansion of
    slavery. Abraham Lincoln in 1860.

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November 19th, 2013
  • Who was John Brown?
  • 2. What issues were debated in the 1860
    presidential race?

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Answers
  1. A man who attempted to lead an uprising against
    slavery. He and most of his men were killed.
  2. Slavery, the expansion of slavery, and popular
    sovereignty

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November 20th, 2013
  1. What was the main economic difference between the
    north and the south in 1860?

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Answer
  1. The north was industrial and the south was
    agricultural.

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Childrens Book
  • Your group is going to write a book for children
    about the French Revolution.
  • Your book must be 6 pages long and have 2 or 3
    sentences per page.
  • Your book must rhyme!
  • You must color your book and make it look as
    professional as you can!
  • Be creative!!! ?

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October 25th, 2011
  • What was the Dred Scott decision? Explain.
  • Notebook Check Today!!! Looking for
    Bellringers from 9/22-10/21 (I want at least
    16!!!) and The Ottoman Empire Notes

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Answer
  • 1. Dred Scott, a slave, sued for his freedom
    because he lived in a free territory. The court
    ruled that Dred Scott was not a citizen and could
    not sue because slaves were property and the
    Constitution protected property.

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Chapter 2 Essay
  • 5 Paragraph Essay on the following
  • Compare and Contrast the Ottoman, Safavid, and
    Mughal Empires
  • OR
  • Choose one empire from Chapter 2 and write about
    their accomplishments and culture

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November 14th, 2012
  • Name 3 of the first 5 presidents.
  • In what year did the United States gain
    independence?
  • What does the D.C. in Washington D.C. stand for?
  • New Set of Bellringers!!

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Answers
  • George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson,
    James Madison, James Monroe
  • 1776
  • District of Columbia

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Bonus (Worth 2 each!)
  1. What is more powerful than God, more evil than
    the Devil, the poor have it, the rich need
    it,and if you eat it you will die?
  2. How many animals did Moses have on the Ark?

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November 21st, 2013
  1. Which state was the first to secede from the
    union? Name the three basic causes.

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Answer
  • South Carolina....
  • Slavery
  • Economic differences
  • Fear of northern domination of congress

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November 22nd, 2013
  • What U.S. president was assassinated by Lee
    Harvey Oswald on November 22nd, 1963?
  • 50th Anniversary

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Answer
  • President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas

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States Map Quiz
  • Washington Wisconsin Iowa
  • North Dakota Tennessee Illinois
  • Maine Ohio Kansas
  • Virginia Alabama New Hampshire
  • California New York Massachusetts
  • Texas Mississippi Oregon
  • South Dakota Pennsylvania Nevada
  • Idaho Georgia Missouri
  • Oklahoma Arkansas Colorado
  • Florida Louisiana New Mexico

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November 25th, 2013
  • What strong belief caused Alabama to secede from
    the Union?
  • Where was Jefferson Davis inaugurated as
    president of the Confederate States of America?
  • Put these on a new sheet of paper!
  • Dates for Quiz 10/30-11/22

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Answers
  1. States rights
  2. Montgomery, Alabama

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December 2nd, 2013
  1. What was the Emancipation Proclamation?

189
Answers
  1. An order issued by President Lincoln stating that
    all slaves in confederate areas not taken by
    union forces were free.

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  • List three battles won by the confederacy.
  1. Battle of Bull Run, Battle of Fredericksburg, and
    Battle of Chancellorsville

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November 26th, 2013
  • Who delivered the Gettysburg Address?
  • When was it delivered?

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Answers
  1. President Abraham Lincoln
  2. Nov. 19th, 1863

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Chapter 6 Sec. 2 Outline
  • I. The Enlightenment in Europe
  • Two Views on Government
  • a. Hobbes Social Contract
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • b. Lockes Natural Rights
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • B. The Philosophes Advocate Reason

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November 26th, 2012
  • Name new inventions and resources that gave
    industries sources of power.
  • What was the main focus of Alabama's 1901
    constitution?

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Answers
  1. Oil, electricity, light bulbs, telephone, and
    development of steel
  2. Voting requirements

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December, 2013
  • Which general led the union forces through
    Georgia? What was it called?
  • 2. Which general led the Siege of Vicksburg?

197
Answers
  1. Union General Sherman Shermans March
  2. Union General Grant

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November 28th, 2012
  • What was the ruling of Plessy vs. Ferguson?

199
Answer
  • That separate but equal was all that the law
    required

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November 29th, 2012
  1. Why was the leadership of Theodore Roosevelt and
    Woodrow Wilson important to the progressive era?

201
Answer
  • Because of the reforms made during their
    administrations

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December 3rd, 2013
  • What was the result of the election of 1912?

203
Answer
  • 3 candidatesWilson (Democrat), Taft
    (Republican), and Teddy Roosevelt (Progressive)
    Republican vote split allowing Wilson to win

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Short Answer Questions 10 Points Each
  • 26. In chapter 6, there are two models of the
    universe, the geocentric universe and the
    heliocentric universe. What are the major
    differences between the two, who came up with
    each model, and why were each of the models
    important for their time? (5 Sentence Minimum)
  • 27. Between Galileo Galilei and Sir Isaac Newton,
    who do you feel was more influential in the field
    of science and why? (5 Sentence Minimum)

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Short Answer Choose One
  • 26. Who do you think was more important to
    science, Galileo Galilei or Isaac Newton? Why? (5
    Sentence Minimum)
  • or
  • 26. What is the heliocentric universe model and
    who came up with the idea of it? (5 Sentence
    Minimum)
  • Worth 10 Points

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December 3rd, 2012
  1. For what is President Grants administration
    known?
  2. What happened in South Carolina and Louisiana,
    two states that remained under federal troops,
    that ended reconstruction?

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Answers
  1. Scandals
  2. President Hayes ordered the federal troops out of
    the two states.

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Semester Exam Schedule
  • Tuesday December 18, 2012 1st and 3rd Period
    Semester Exams
  • Wednesday December 19, 2012 2nd and 4th Period
    Semester Exams
  • Thursday December 20, 2012 5th and 6th Period
    Semester Exams
  • Friday December 21, 2012 7th Period Semester
    Exam

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December 4th, 2013
  • Give two examples of muckrakers and their works.

211
Answer
  • A The Jungle by Upton Sinclair, and History of
    the Standard Oil Company by Ida Tarbell

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December 5th, 2012
  • Q What was the purpose of the 16th, 17th, 18th,
    and 19th amendments?
  • Write on a new set of bellringers!

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Answer
  • A 16thincome tax
  • 17thdirect election of senators
    18thprohibition
  • 19thgranted vote to women

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December 6th, 2012
  • Q Where were most Indians located just before
    the Civil War?
  • Q How did the U.S. attempt to provide for the
    Indians?

215
Answers
  • To the west of the Mississippi River
  • 2. Passing the Dawes Act that provided for
    grants of land to Indians who gave up tribal
    allegiance

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December 5th, 2013
  • What occurred on December 7th, 1941?

217
Answer
  • The Japanese attacked the U.S. Naval Base at
    Pearl Harbor.

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December 6th, 2013
  • Q What were the provisions of the Treaty of
    Versailles after World War I?

219
Answer
  • A Established nine new nations, shifted
    boundaries, made Germany pay reparations.

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December 9th, 2013
  • Q How did the Great Depression differ from
    earlier panics and depressions?

221
Answer
  • 1. It was the first time that every segment of
    government was involved.

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December 11th, 2013
  • What battle is famously known as the place where
    Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated?
  • What is the name of the island where Napoleon was
    exiled the first time?

223
Answers
  • The Battle of Waterloo in Belgium
  • The island of Elba

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December 11th, 2013
  • Q How did U.S. policies lead to imperialism?
  • Q How did the Roosevelt corollary increase
    America's role in imperialism?

225
Answers
  1. Since the U.S. was producing more goods than it
    needed, new foreign markets were needed
  2. It made it possible for the U.S. to be an
    international police.

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December 12th, 2013
  1. Where was Marie Antoinette from?
  2. What island was Napoleon Bonaparte born on?

227
Answers
  1. Austria
  2. Corsica

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December 13th, 2013
  • Q What was the platform of the populist party?

229
Answer
  • To protest and correct the condition of western
    and southern farmers.

230
  • Due to my disrespect and lack of attention to my
    teachers instructions, my fellow classmates and
    I must write this paragraph 25 times. I will not
    speak out of turn again. I will be respectful and
    attentive to all that my teacher asks of me. I am
    a leader in this school and must act
    appropriately. I will not be this way ever again.

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December 16th, 2013
  • Q What was the main reason the United States
    entered World War I?
  • Q How did the United States go about mobilizing
    its forces?

232
Answers
  • A Unrestricted submarine warfare.Germany was
    also trying to involve Japan and Mexico in the
    war.
  • A Congress passed the selective service act
    The Draft

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November 29th, 2011
  • Q What was the down side of the 1920s as
    compared with the Roaring Twenties?

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December 17th, 2012
  • Q What were the effects of World War I on
    American society?

244
Answer
  • There was a return to normalcy and
    isolationism, women gained more rights, and the
    standard of living was raised.

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  • Tuesday 1st and 3rd (810-955and 1000-1145)
  • Wednesday 2nd and 4th (810-955and 1000-1145)
  • Thursday 5th and 6th (810-955and 1000-1145)
  • Friday 7th (810-955)

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  • 1. When the King and Queen were overthrown, the
    new leaders of France wanted everything to be
    different - including the calendar and the time.
    So they created a whole new calendar and a whole
    new way of telling time. They changed the days of
    the week from seven to ten. Each day was divided
    into ten hours. Each hour had 100 minutes and
    each minute had 100 seconds.
  • 2. The winter of 1789 was so cold, that the
    Marquise de Rambouillet had her servants sew her
    into a bearskin to keep her warm.
  • 3. The King's breakfast before he went hunting
    consisted of four chops, a chicken, six eggs
    poached in meat juice, a cut of ham and a bottle
    and a half of champagne!4. The King's wife,
    Marie Antoinette, commonly dressed and bathed in
    front of forty people!5. Balloonists were
    famous people at this time. The first hot air
    manned balloon ride was launched from the center
    of Paris in 1783, and people went crazy seeing
    someone fly for the very first time!6. Before
    the revolution, bread cost more than a week's
    wages!
  • 7. Some middle class people, wanting to pretend
    that they had more than they did, set up
    libraries in their homes where they installed
    imitation book spines with no books behind them
    so they did not have to actually read them but
    could pretend they owned them.
  • 8. Marie Antoinette was considered such a woman
    of fashion, that once when she was at the opera,
    eight women were injured pushing others out of
    the way to see what she was wearing three had
    their feet crushed, two had ribs broken and three
    had their arms dislocated. 9. Before the
    revolution, there were only two documents that
    could be printed without being first reviewed by
    the police. They were a wedding invitation and a
    funeral card.10. The Parisians visited their
    hairdressers every day but only put on clean
    clothes once a month!

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January 6th, 2014
  • Q What were the main causes of the Great
    Depression?

248
Answers
  • Over-speculation in the stock market, uneven
    distribution of wealth, and unpaid war debts from
    WWI.

249
January 8th, 2014
  • Q What event signaled the beginning of the Great
    Depression?
  • Write this down and get your bellringers
    together to turn in!! The dates start on November
    25th!

250
Answer
  • The stock market crash

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January 8th, 2014
  • Q What was the main emphasis of American writers
    following World War I?
  • Q Name some of the most prominent writers of
    that time.

252
Answers
  • A Issues of the day and criticism of society
  • A F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, and
    Ernest Hemmingway

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Bonus 3 Points
  • The person who makes it, sells it. The person who
    buys it never uses it and the person who uses it
    doesn't know they are. What is it?

254
January 9th, 2014
  • Q How did racial and ethnic conflicts of the
    1920s and 1930s affect American society?

255
Answer
  • The Red Scare, the Sacco and Vanzetti affair,
    and the Ku Klux Klan reflected fear of immigrants
    and radical movements.

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January 10th, 2014
  • Q What is convict leasing? Why was it started?

257
Answer
  • Private citizens could lease prisoners from
    the state of Alabama for 18 a month to work. It
    was started to add money to the treasury.

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  • The Flag is right here!!!!

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The Bill of Rights
  • 1. Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly
    and to petition the government.
  • 2. Because a Militia is considered important to
    the protection of the states, people have the
    right to keep and bear arms (have guns)
  • 3. Soldiers cant take up residence in citizen's
    homes without their consent.
  • 4. People have the right to privacy personally
    and in their homes, and are protected against
    unreasonable searches and seizures.
  • 5. People cannot be forced to testify against
    themselves in criminal trials, nor be deprived of
    life, liberty or property without due process of
    law, and property cant be taken for public use
    without compensation.
  • 6. Everyone facing a criminal prosecution has
    the right to a speedy and public trial by an
    impartial jury, and the right to know what
    charges are being leveled.
  • 7. Everyone facing a civil trial has the right
    to a jury of peers.
  • 8. Excessive bail or fines cannot be imposed,
    nor can cruel and unusual punishments be
    inflicted.
  • 9. The rights not spelled out in the first eight
    amendments belong to the people.
  • 10. States rights

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January 13th, 2014
  • Q What was the New Deal? When did it start?

261
Answer
  • It was a focus on economic recovery and it
    started when Franklin D. Roosevelt took office.

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January 14th, 2014
  • Q What event triggered America's involvement in
    World War II? When did it take place?
  • Vocabulary Quiz Tomorrow!

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Answer
  • The Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor,
    HawaiiDecember 7th, 1941

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  • Savage Scroll Making Company

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January 15th, 2014
  • Q What was America's reaction to its
    involvement in WWII?

266
Answer
  • Men volunteered for service, women went to work,
    and people bought war bonds.

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January 16th, 2014
  • Q Who were the major leaders of World War II in
    the European front?

268
Answer
  • FDRU.S., Joseph StalinSoviet Union, Winston
    ChurchillGreat Britain, Adolf HitlerGermany,
    Benito MussoliniItaly

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January 21st, 2014
  • Q What were the turning points of the war in
    Europe and in the Pacific?

270
Answers
  • The Battle of Stalingrad--the Germans were pushed
    back by the soviets
  • The Battle of Midwayended Japanese naval
    superiority
  • The Battle of the BulgeGermany's last great
    counter-offensive

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Industrial Revolution Childrens Book
  1. You and your partner are going to write a book
    for children about the Industrial Revolution.
  2. Your book must be 10 pages long and have 2-3
    sentences per page and a drawing per page.
  3. You must color your book and make it look as
    professional as you can!
  4. Topic Ideas for your Book children working in
    factories, cities growing with people and
    factories, farmers moving to the cities, etc.
  5. Be creative!!! ?

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January 18th, 2013 1,3,5
  • Q What congressional solution made California
    a free state and gave popular sovereignty to the
    New Mexico and Utah territories? 

273
Answer
  • Compromise of 1850

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January 22nd, 2013
  • Q What part of the solution in the Compromise
    of 1850 upset many northerners (there were five
    parts of this solution)? 

275
Answer
  • A The Fugitive Slave Law

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January 22nd, 2014
  • Q What amendment made the election of senators
    by popular vote? 
  • Q What amendment introduced prohibition as a
    national law? 

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Answers
  • 1. 17th
  • 2. 18th

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January 23rd, 2014
  • Q What type of fighting took place in World War
    I? 
  • Q Who came up with the idea of the tank?

280
Answers
  • 1.Trench Warfare
  • 2. British

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January 24th, 2014
  • Q What territory was annexed by the U.S. in the
    Pacific Ocean in 1898? 
  • Q What canal did President Roosevelt lead the
    movement to build in Central America? 

282
Answers
  • 1. Hawaii
  • 2. Panama Canal

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January 27th, 2014
  • Q What are 2 types of new technological
    innovations that were used in WWI? 

284
Answer
  • The tank and the submarine

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  • William Arthur Philip Louis Henry Windsor
    Mount-batten-Windsor

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February 3rd, 2014
  • Q What treaty ended WWI? 
  • Bellringer Quiz Tomorrow!!! Dates are
    1/9-2/03

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Answer
  • 1.The Treaty of Versailles

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February 3rd, 2014
  • Q What novel was highly acclaimed for exposing
    problems in the meatpacking industry? 
  • Q What journalist wrote an expose on Standard
    Oil? 
  • Bellringer Quiz Tomorrow!! January 8th-
    February 3rd

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Answers
  • The Jungle
  • Ida Tarbell

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Mass Media and Pop Culture It Effects Your Life
More Than You Know!
  • Name 5 songs that describe your life or are your
    favorites.
  • List 3 Movies that you could watch over and over.
  • What is your favorite book or book series?
  • Who is your favorite actor (male)?
  • Who is your favorite actress (female)?
  • Who is your favorite singer/rapper/band?
  • What is your favorite brand of clothing?
  • List 3 TV shows that you watch every week.
  • What do you think is the most important
    invention? (Electricity, the Telephone, Radio
    Waves, or the Vehicle)

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February 4th, 2014
  • Q Which political party rejected the League of
    Nations?
  • Q What was the intense fear of communism and
    other extreme ideas that gripped the U.S. during
    the 1920s?
  • New Set of Bellringers!!

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Answers
  • Republicans
  • Red Scare

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Child Labor in the Factories
  • You will need One sheet of paper and your
    imagination!
  • Instructions
  • Draw out an average day for a child in a factory
    similar to the one found on pg. 290-291 in your
    textbook. (Must include a minimum of 8 events in
    your day!)
  • On the back of your paper, act like you are a 10
    year old child in a factory and write a journal
    entry that fills the entire page!

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Child Labor in the Factories
  • You will need A sheet of paper, a textbook, and
    your imagination!
  • Instructions
  • Read the story on pg. 368-369 about young people
    in the Industrial Revolution and answer the 3
    questions on the front of your paper
  • On the back of your paper, write a journal entry
    as though you are a 10 year old child who works
    in a factory. (8 sentence minimum!)

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February 5th, 2014
  • Q How did Woodrow Wilson change the banking
    system in the United States in 1913? 
  • Q What commission was set up by Wilson to
    monitor the practices of businesses? 

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Answers
  • 1. Established the Federal Reserve System
  • 2. Federal Trade Commission

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February 6th, 2014
  • Q Where did the U.S. drop the atomic bombs
    during WWII?

302
Answer
  • A Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan

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February 7th, 2014
  • Q Why did the open ranges used by cattle
    disappear? 
  • Q How did cattle ranchers move their beef back
    to eastern markets? 

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Answers
  1. Barbwire
  2. Long drives and the train

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February 10th, 2014
  • Q On Sept. 1, 1939, Hitler invaded this country
    creating WWII. 
  • QWhat is the name of a German tactic in which
    tanks, soldiers, and moving trucks rapidly attack
    and are there before the foe has time to react?

307
Answers
  1. Poland
  2. Blitzkrieg

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2 Point Bonus
  • You throw away the outside and cook the inside.
    Then you eat the outside and throw away the
    inside. What did you eat?

309
2 Point Bonus
  • I have holes in my top and bottom, my left and
    right, and in the middle. But I still hold water.
    What am I?

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February 14th, 2014
  • Q What state was the first to secede from the
    Union in 1860? 
  • Q What county in Alabama never seceded from the
    Union? 

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Answers
  • South Carolina
  • Winston County

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February 17th, 2014
  • What prominent civil rights activist once said,
    A man who won't die for something is not fit to
    live?

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Answer
  • Martin Luther King Jr.

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Reading Activity The Real Cost of Fashion
  • Read your packet pg. 6-9
  • Answer the 10 Questions on pg. 9
  • What percentage of clothes are made outside of
    the U.S?
  • How much do Chinese clothing factory workers make
    an hour?
  • Write a paragraph about the article. What do you
    think about sweat shops? Do you think that
    clothes should be made there? Why or why not?

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February 12th, 2013
  • Q What is the region in the Great Plains where
    drought and dust storms took place for much of
    the 1930s?
  • Q What program did Franklin D. Roosevelt push
    during his first 100 days in office? 

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Answers
  1. The Dust Bowl
  2. The New Deal

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How to Protest 19th Century Style Activity
  • Pick 3 issues or rules from the government
    (school!) that you disagree with or cannot stand.
  • Draw up posters and a write a speech to present
    to the class to fight for your belief!
  • Rally and inspire the people (the class)!

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February 18th, 2014
  • Q What group of volunteers did Theodore
    Roosevelt lead in the famous charge at the Battle
    of San Juan Hill? 

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Answer
  • The Rough Riders

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February 19th, 2014
  • Q What group of islands in the South Pacific did
    the U.S. gai
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