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1 Key Term Note Cards Instructions The purpose of Key Term Note Cards is to assist you in understanding the historical significance of each term. Understanding the significance of a term allows you to apply the understanding of the term, not just borrowing the definition. Many of these terms will be found in your reading and in lectures. Each student is to compile a card file of review terms for each semester. Another purpose of this assignment is to facilitate review for the first semester exam as well as the Advanced Placement Exam in May (Friday morning, May 8 th , 2009). In addition, students will add to their future knowledge base and hopefully develop skills that will be applicable to future educational endeavors. Instructions : Keep review items on 3x5 cards. Cards must be hand written. Write the term on one side and identify it on the other side. The identification should include the date, and statement of why the term is historically important. For Example: Front: back: MARBURY VS. MADISON a Supreme Court Case in 1803. William Marbury desired a position as a justice of the peace and was one of Johns Adams’ “midnight appointments”. Sec of State Marshall did not deliver the appointment and he did not get the job. Marbury sued directly to the Supreme Court under the Judiciary Act of 1789. New Chief Justice Marshall wrote the ruling that declared the part of the law that allowed a direct suit to be unconstitutional. It was the first time a federal act had been declared UnConstitutional and set the precedent of judicial review. Note : Not all terms need to be this lengthy to be thorough, but they do need to be precise and declare the “who, what, when, where and why”.
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2 1. Key Term on Front of card 2. Historical Significance on the back side of the card 3. Categorize term card in the following: a. Political--RED b. Economic--BLUE c. Religious--YELLOW d. Social--ORANGE e. Intellectual --GREEN f. Artistic--PURPLE CARDS MUST BE NUMBERED; CARDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF THEY ARE NOT NUMBERED. The colors that are listed above next to the categories should be presented by that color being a line across the top of the card. You will determine what category that they are placed in, based on what you write in your historical significance. The term cards are due at the end of each 9 week grading period . The following are the due dates for each 9 weeks: Oct. 20 th , 2008 Jan. 9 th , 2009 Mar. 23 rd , 2009 Apr. 14 th , 2009 A quiz over the terms may also be given on that date. No Late Cards will be accepted.
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3 VOCABULARY LIST BY UNIT 1607-1763 THE EARLY COLONIAL PERIOD: (#1-179) Due October 20th, 2008 1. Indentured servants 2. Trade and Navigation Acts 3. Mayflower Compact 4. Roger Williams 5. Great Puritan Migration 6. New England confederation 7. Freedom of consciences 8. Jonathan Edwards 9. Halfway Covenant 10. Salem witch trials 11. City upon a hill 12. William Penn 13. proprietary, royal, charter colonies 14. Peter Zenger trial 15. King Philip's War
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course HIST 2312 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at HCCS.

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