Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 23 Section 1 Achieving Independence I. The Colonial Legacy a. Economics: -New things brought in, new construction and crops -Africa exploited its minerals -Westerners held power still b. Politics: -In col
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 24 Section 1 I. A Diverse Region -Latin America is very diverse II. Sources of Unrest a. Social Structure: -Uneven wealth, poor-rich gap -Middle class and urban working class emerged b. Population and Pov
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 23 Section 4 Struggles in Southern Africa I. Zimbabwe's Road to Majority: a. Armed Struggle: -Guerrilla War -Many whites fled, economy hurt -Settlement agreed upon, Zimbabwe formed b. Rebuilding: -Recover
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 11 Section 2 Lower Federal Courts I. Constitutional Courts a. Federal District Courts: -Diverse cultures, languages, and histories -Nationalism felt for each ethnic group, not the government -Division in
Gabriel Greening F Period Ms. Cory Chapter 22 Section 3 Forces Shaping the Modern Middle East I. Diversity and Nationalism a. Religious and Cultural Diversity: -Many different religions in Middle East -Divisions are there b. Winning Independence: -Many co
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 21 Section 4 Southeast Asia and the Pacific Rim I. War in Vietnam a. Vietnam Divided: -Struggle for Vietnam began in the Cold War -North Vietnam and South Vietnam were divided by government ideology -Camb
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 21 Section 2: From Revolution to Reform in China I. Communist Control of China a. Reasons for Victory: -Mao had one support and done a wonderful job -Women were on Mao's side -Mao's armies defeated Jiang'
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 22 Section 1 (Continued) b. Women: -Women gained the vote and better education. Indira Gandhi elected office! -Low-Caste women still living on the lower rungs -Groups made to help women and secure their r
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 20 Section 2 I. Britain: Changing Policies a. Rise and Fall of the Welfare State: -More benefits for people, cost lots in taxes however -Late 1970's economy hit hard times. -People turned to the Conservat
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 24 Section 2 Latin America, the United States and the World I. Communism in Cuba a. Castro: -Castro rallied against the corrupt Batista regime -Won victory, hailed as a hero -He then went and turned Cuba
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 24 Section 3 Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean I. Continuity and Change in Mexico a. The Rural Poor: -Lazaro Cardenas was prez -Gave land to peasants, didn't work -Conditions got worse b. The PRI
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 24 Section 4 Focus on Argentina and Brazil I. Dictatorship and Democracy in Argentina a. Peron in Power: -Peron was prez -Wooed the poor, but didn't work b. Military Rule: -Military took over -Many died c
5.3 Checks and Balances
Read the following scenarios and describe how each action could be checked. Next, identify the part of government that would check this action.
(1 point each)
1. Both houses of Congress approve a bill
U.S. History and Geography
10.4 How Successful was the Great Society
Directions: Follow the steps to complete the list of activities and then determine
How successful was the Great Society?
Great Society Speech, Lyndon B. Johnson, 1964 (Modified
Lesson 3.4 Assignment: Federalists versus Anti-Federalists
Read each of the following statements and indicate whether the statement reflects the views of
Federalists or Anti-Federalists.
Federalist or Anti-Federalist
1.2 Creating and Interpreting a Line Graph
Sarah is going to movies, and she has $10 to spend on snacks. Smoothies are $3, and candy bars
are $1 each. She will be spending all of the $10.
Your task: draw a line graph that represents the budget c
2.4 Political Ideologies
In the box provided, explain how each of these terms is reflected in some way during the period of
the American Revolution (2-3 sentences each).
Don't forget to write professionally and proofread your written work before
7.4 Michigan State Government
In this assignment you will engage in some research into state government in Michigan. Use the
following link to find the names of state officials. If you live outside of Michigan, pick a random
Michigan city that s
3.3 Analyzing the Preamble
Select three of the goals listed in the Preamble of the Constitution (see below) and write each of
them in one of the boxes in the first column. How do you think creating rules for a new
government to follow could help
(Pullman, Illinois) On May 11, 1894 through July 20, 1894, four
thousand employees walked out at George Pullmans Palace Car
Company, which manufactures comfortable and luxurious train cars.
Due to the 1893 Depression, Pullmans revenue decli
Gabriel Greening F Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 19 Section 2 I. The Global North and South a. Rich Nations: -Northern Hemisphere housed the rich countries -Rich countries are capitalistic, free market b. Poor Nations: -South still developing -Strugglin
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 19 Section 1 I. An End to European Colonial Empires a. Nationalism and Independence: -Colonies were sick of being controlled across world -Empires wanted to keep colonies, but had no money -U.S and Soviet
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 19 Section 1 (continued) III. New Nations Seek Stability -Still problems. -Tried to install democracy -Advancement hard to come by -Authoritarian leaders took some power, but democracy progressed a bit IV
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 15 Section 2 I. Building the Communist Soviet Union a. Government: -1922 constitution made, legislature made (Supreme Soviet) -Soviet Union established, in theory power to the people and equal rights -Com
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 14 Section 4 I. Total War a. Economic Impact: -People drafted, except in Britain -Germany had forced civilian labor -Rationed food and controlled economy and forbade strikes b. Propaganda War: -Controllin
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms.Cory Chapter 14 Section 3 I. The Western Front a. Trench Warfare: -Trenches were built for warfare -Bad conditions in trench -Trench of opposite forces 100 yards from each other -Many dead b. Costly Battles: -Stalemate
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 14 Section 1 I. The Pursuit of Peace -Many efforts to end war and foster understanding among countries -1896 first modern Olympic Games -Alfred Nobel set up the `Nobel Peace Prize' -`Hague Tribunal' -Wome
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 13 Section 5 I. New Economic Patterns a. Money Economy: -Heavy taxes on colonies -Mines built -Families disrupted to go off to work at mines b. Economic Dependency: -Britain ruined India's textile industr
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 13 Section 4 I. Lingering Political Problems a. Colonial Legacy: -After independence, life did not improve greatly -Not much changed after the end of colonies in Latin America b. Instability: -Regionalism
Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 13 Section 3 I. Canada Achieves Self-Rule a. The Two Canadas: -Canada Act: 1791 -English Upper Canada -French Lower Canada -Unrest b. The Durham Report: -Lord Durham reported that Canadas must been reunit