Your Name: Madison
Name of Community You Will Serve: lake city community
1. List at least five issues in your community. Indicate the two that interest you most.
Texting while driving.
Module 6 Study Guide
Directions: Please complete this review to better prepare for your Module exam. You may
submit this study guide with your Module 6 DBA in Lesson 6.07.
Why was New England for the factory system? They had access to a lot of
08.02 CCC Chart and Reflection
Type of Event
This was a political
Americans wanted a firm,
Jimmy Carter was running for
They elected Ronald
event because it
patriotic leader who had a
Americans took the first U.S. Census in 1790. Imagine the year is 1800, the year of the second official U.S.
In 1800, 83 percent of working Americans were farmers. They may have owned a small farm or worke
Segment 2 Study Guide
Please complete the study guide and submit it for either 5.10 or 5.11 enrichment credit. Make sure you answer each
question with as many details as possible. This will help you do well on your final exam!
1. Explain the meaning
1. Explain the causes of the Civil War? (It was more than slavery, be sure to include the other
issues / causes as well. You can examine the information in 8.01 to find this information.)
2. Why was the election of 1860 known as the f
07.01 Are You Awake? Handout
Focus of Lesson Content: The Second Great Awakening
Causes (What Happened BEFORE the Second Great Awakening):
o In the 1730s and 1740s, the "Great Awakening" happened mainly in New
England's traditional colonial religious grou
ATTENTION: Important news
about the 1st amendment.
Hello, my name is Sebastian Morales and I am going to tell you about a
public service announcement. The announcement will be about the 1st
The fourth amendment states that Congress shall make n
04.06 Activity Log
Copy and paste into a word processor.
1. Fill in your goal for lessons 04.05 and 04.06.
My Goal: I will eat 2 healthy snacks everyday.
2. Exercise for at least 225 minutes per activity log.
Warm up and cool down for safety.
01.05 Economics and Slavery
Respond to each question below in your own words and in complete sentences.
Why did slavery start in the colonies?
The American colonists needed cheap labor to grow their economy quickly by exporting things
to England and the r
The Honorable Sam Robinson
Justice on a state supreme court
Appointed by a Republican governor
Has been a judge for 13 years
Married with three children
Recent caseruled that a city noise ordinance did not violate the right of free expression
Federalist advocate James Madison wanted to produce a strong central government, with an
executive branch which will restrict the power of the government, and feel that the bill of rights is not
necessary, but dangerous. While anti-federalists Patrick Hen
Hello Barack Obama,
I am writing to you today on the recent representative in the
state of Florida. I know that the Bill of Right aren't absolute under
certain situations. If everyone was to do as they please, there
would be nothing but chaos. I am pretty
Areas of Exploration
Area OneSecond Great Awakening Monument
Religious revivals swept the United States in the early 1800s. The number of church members and
denominations increased. The Second Great Awakening inspired many people to fight
Lets examine module 6's areas of exploration.
Areas of Exploration
Area OneNew Gadgets Museum
New inventions sparked the Industrial Revolution in the United States. The textile industry was the first to use
machines throughout the pr
WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Constitutional Convention is critical to the history of the United States. In this
lesson, you will examine why the meeting was held and who was in attendance.
Also, you will see how the compromises reached during
RECIPE FOR AMERICA
Food is one aspect of culture. Americans owe their culture to a mixing of traditions
from around the world
Native American fry bread
African baked yams
European shepherd's pie
African peanut products, Nativ
The colonies are:
Colonists shared the events of the 1770s. They suffe
SUPPORTERS OF THE WAR
Many people participated in the Revolutionary War. Women, slaves, freedmen, and
Native Americans all joined in to lend a hand
After completing this lesson, you will be able to:
investigate the role various gr
INTRODCTION TO ADVANCES
Welcome to Module Six Advances
The Industrial Revolution brought changes to agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, and
TransportationAmerica experienced innovations to transportation. Canals, roads,
Is It Really a Good Idea?
Many inventions have a great impact on society. Unfortunately, some inventions have drawbacks along with
the benefits that they give to society.
Positive Impact: The cotton gin made harvesting
To understand why many
women her age were
discontent despite material
comfort and family
The mainstream media did
not acknowledge that
women in the 1950s had
Popular Vote Winner Loses the Election!
Andrew Jackson wins 41% of the popular vote.
and will not be the next President of the United States!
John Quincy Adams wins 31% of the popular vote.
and will mov
In this lesson, the United States is set to face off in what will soon be known as
the Civil War. This will be the first time that large armies will confront each other
in modern warfare. Does one side have a distinct advantage o
Lesson 8.03 & 8.4 Handout: Shots Fired
Long growing tensions between the North and South over slavery, states rights, and the issue of
tariffs erupted into the Civil War in 1861. In late 1860 and early 1861, seven Southern states
seceded from the United S
THE COST OF CONFLICT
Now that you have seen some of the images and words associated with the
events of September 11, 2001, how do you feel? Did the words or pictures
provoke an emotional response? Based on what you saw, how were people
affected by th
Module 8 Cloze Notes
8.01 A Nation Divided
The Causes of the Civil War
Issues that divided the Union
Abolitionists (saw slaves as people)
_ (saw slaves as property)
Favored _ tariffs
Politics (states rights)
Policy Analysis Template
Your Name: Madison McMillen
Policy Analysis of 316.172 Traffic to stop for school bus
Your first paragraph should:
This following year there has been a lot of videos surfacing on the internet of school buses at a
complete stop as
Student Name: Madison McMillen
Interviewee Name: Fernando Sucre
How do you know the interviewee? He lives in my neighborhood.
Notes on Interviewee Response
What inspired you to become a U.S. citizen?
I saw a commercial of the
United States and ho
The USA and united
nation didnt let them
To make china He was told that he
couldnt pass the 20
He tried to pass
the 20 mile mark
03.06 War at Home: Assignment
German Americans: Continue to be neutral United States.
German Americans: Are efforts are being vandalized. The bond with Germans and
Americans are becoming un-united.
Jewish Americans: We will come together
4.03 Cultural Changes of
Renaissance was a
time of new
creativity in the
arts by a new
culture in the
1920s by bringing
The War at Home: Honors Assignment
Terrorism has always been a fear for the American public. Many Americans are afraid of
other people or people groups coming in and stealing rights from the American population.
Because of this, it can end in the mistreat
Woman on the far right: The Dust Bowl took everything from my family. We
had to abandon our farm and flee west in hopes of finding new jobs. There is
nothing we can do to recover our poor farm. We left with nothing but the clothes
on our back and two chan
How did the New Deal shape life in your home state? Conduct research about
the New Deal to learn about one program that was active in your state during the
1930s. Use your research to write one well-developed paragraph for each of the