Silhouette with a View
1) Find a partner! (You may work with someone from another AP section, as long as Miss Taylor is
their teacher too!)
2) Draw an outline of your partners head or create a 3-D model
3) Draw the structures lis
OWN YOUR BEHAVIOR!
AP U.S. History Unit 3 (Chapters 6-8) Test
MULTIPLE CHOICE: Each of the questions or incomplete statements below is
followed by four suggested answers or completions. Select the one that is best in
AP US History Summer Assignment
Name: _Jhoan Rodriguez_
Even though you have not begun this class, nor signed your Honor Pledge, its application still applies to
all assignments for the class including this one. Our honor ple
APUSH Unit 2 Test
1. The Atlantic slave trade grew dramatically in the 18th century because of
a. a surplus of indentured servants.
b. limited demand for colonial goods.
c. the difficulty of effectively enslaving native peoples.
d. special funding from Eu
Guided Reading & Analysis: Imperial Wars and Colonial Protest
Chapter 4- Imperial Wars and Colonial Protest, pp 68-84
Ch. 4 AMSCO or other resource for content corresponding to Period 3.
DO NOT REMOVE FROM ROOM A203. FOR CLASSROOM USE ONLY.
Unit 1 Multiple Choice Review
Ms. Miraballes- APUSH
Period 2: Colonization, Settlements, and Communities; 1607-1754
Henretta Chpt. 2, 3 & 4; AMSCO 2 & 3
Chapter 3: Creating a British Empire in America, 1660-1750
The Politics of
Name: _ Per_
Unit 1: The New Global World
Chpt 2- Henretta Textbook
The Invasion and Settlement of North America, 1550-1700
France, and Holland
Ch 16 Hotseat
Charles Sumner-Charles Sumner was a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (1851-74) who was
active before and after the Civil War in the movement to abolish slavery and give equal rights to
black Americans. In 1856 Sumner read a hot-temper
1) Term: amount of time allowed to serve in congress or senate or any where else.
2) Session: the period of time during which, each year, Congress assembles and
3) Adjourn: suspends until the next se
1. Inferior courts: lower federal courts
2. jurisdiction: authority of a authority to hear a case
3. exclusive jurisdiction: those cases that can only be heard in federal courts.
4. concurrent jurisdiction: state and f
November 9, 2010
1. Expressed Powers: Powers granted to the congress is specific wording
2. Implied Powers: Powers granted through reasonable deduction from the expressed
3. Inherited Powers: Powers granted by creating a n
Chief of the State: Term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United States,
they symbol of all the people of the nation.
Chief executive: Term for the president as vested with the executive power of the United
September 29, 2010
1. Preamble: a short, noteworthy introduction to the Constitution.
2. Articles: the balance of the original document is divided into seven numbered
Chapter 12 Homework Packet
Speaker of the house- Most powerful position in Congress, majority party leader,
presiding officer of the HOR
President of the senate- Vice President of the USA, presiding officer of the
Present pro t
September 18, 2010
1) Limited Government: Government is restricted in what they may do, and each
individual has certain rights that may not be taken away.
2) Representative Government: Th
On November 12,
President Obama began a
10-day journey to Asia,
which includes visits to
Japan, Singapore, China
and South Korea. It is the
longest trip of his
presidency. His tour to
these countries is quite
overdue. The fact is
that the v
September 7, 2010
Government: the institution through which a society makes and enforces it public
Public Policy: all the things a government decides to do. They cover matter
ranging from taxation, defense, educ
1.What opposing views have Presidents had in regarding their proper role in the job?
Over the course of Americas presidential years, there have been two major contrasting
views on the job as President. Theodore
Chapter 1: The Study of American Government
What is political power?
A. Two great questions about politics
Who governs: the people who govern affect us
To which ends: in which ways government affects our lives
And then h
1. John Dewey
Public school enrollment growing from 7 million in 1870 to 23 million in
Educational reformer that saw schools as potent engines of social change
Banished bolted down chairs and desks from
Chapter 17 Hot Seat
William F. (Buffalo Bill) Cody
o 1860- whites began systematically to hunt the animals to supply the eastern markets with carriage
robes and industrial belting
o William F. (buffalo Bill) Cody, a famous scout and Indian fighter,
1. Jay Gould:
Union Pacific Railroad
Faced enormous financial and organizational problems
Need money for laying tracks, building engines, buying out competitions.
Borrowed heavily by selling stock and bonds
Hot Seat Ch. 14
Free Soil- A doctrine that insisted that Congress prohibit slavery in the territories, which
Popular Sovereignty- The plan promised to ease the slavery extension issue out of
national politics by allow
AP US History CH 13
Stephen F. Austin- He tried to induce the Mexican government to make Texas a separate state
in the Mexican confederation; when this attempt failed, he recommended in 1833 the
organization of a state without waiting for t
-Elias Howe and Isaac Singer:
They invented the first sewing machine.
Isaac had been an unsuccessful actor, stage hand, ticket seller, carpenter, and
This will change the textile in America and throughout t
Chapter 25 Hot Seat
Benito Mussolini- as early as 1922, economic and social unrest allowed Mussolini to
seize power in Italy. He was dictator until 1943 and he suppressed dissent liberty,
imposed one-party rule, strictly controlled business and la
George Washington: Washington was one of the wars few generals who presence on
the battlefield could inspire troops to be brave. Washingtons military experience
started when he lead a Virginian regiment to battle in the Ohio Valley whe
1) George Washington: The first step in implementing the new government was the
election of a president and Congress. Antifederalists won just two of twenty seats
in the senate and five if fifty nine in the House of Reps, with each elec