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Civil War Magazine DUE April 21
Students will be completing a Civil War Magazine as their performance task. They are getting 5 computer lab days, but they may have to complete some of the options as homework. There will be no additional homework assigned next week. This is worth 400 points so take it seriously! Let me know if you have any questions.
Welcome to Social Studies 8
This course will cover the history of the United States of America from the pre-colonial period through World War I. Students in grade eight study ideas, issues, and events from the framing of the Constitution to World War I, with an emphasis on America’s role in the war. This class will focus on the extrodinary events that led to the formation of our country and how these events continue to shape our path as a nation today. I look forward to a wonderful year!
UNIT 6 A Nation Dividing
California State Standards
8.9.4 Discuss the importance of the slavery issue as raised by the annexation of Texas and California's admission to the union as a free
state under the Compromise of 1850.
Analyze the significance of the States' Rights Doctrine, the Missouri Compromise (1820), the Wilmot Proviso (1846), the
Compromise of 1850, Henry Clay's role in the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850, the Kansas-Nebraska Act
(1854), the Dred Scott v. Sandford decision (1857), and the Lincoln-Douglas debates (1858).
8.10.1 Compare the conflicting interpretations of state and federal authority as emphasized in the speeches and writings of statesmen
such as Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun.
8.10.2 Trace the boundaries constituting the North and the South, the geographical differences between the two regions, and the
differences between agrarians and industrialists.
All PowerPoint lectures, warm ups, and other material for Unit 1, Colonial Period in America
All powerpoint lectures, warm ups, and other material for Unit II, The American Revolution
Powerpoints for Cornell Notes, Warm Ups, and other assignments for Unit 3-United States Constitution and Citizenship
All warm ups, powerpoints, and assignments for unit 4-Jefferson Era and the American System
All warm ups, powerpoints, and assignments for unit 5-AGE OF JACKSON
All Powerpoints, Warm Ups, and assignments for Unit 6
All assignments, PowerPoints, and warm ups for Unit 7-The end of the Civil War and Reconstruction
All Cornell Notes, Warm Ups, and available assignments for Unit 8
Period 1 AVID 6
Period 2 AVID 6
Period 3 Social Studies 8
Period 4 Social Studies 8
Period 5 Social Studies 8
Period 6 Planning