1. Why does government exist? Government exists to protect our basic
rights and to provide order and safety to its citizens
2. Why do people move to the United States? To look for a better life
where they can pursue their goals without persecution from th
Dear Mr. President,
Today I am writing to you about a very important historical figure, Ida B. Wells. She was an
African-American journalist, and a very important one at that. She was a civil rights activist and
feminist, fighting for black womens suffrag
Componente do trabalho:
- Sacola resistente
Objetivo: organizar uma serie de dietas dirias por uma semana com o
objetivo de proporcionar a sobrevivncia de um indivduo na floresta.
- 2 Saco
PROTENA: ATUM ENLATADO 24g de protena/100 g de atum
CARBOIDRATO: ARROZ 77g de Glicdios/100 g de arroz
VITAMINA: AGRIO 206mg de vitamina/ 100 g de agrio
GORDURA: CASTANHAS 67g/ 100g de castanha
PROTENA: ARENQUE CURTIDO 20g/1
02.07 Social Problems and Solutions Chart
Research three social problems to discover what organizations, resources, or laws are in place now to
address these social problems.
Social Problems and Solutions Chart
How was the Social Problem ad
The Fabric of the Cosmos <- your first lab link
Write at least one paragraph in response to each of the following questions.
1. What is the concept of a universe? How is it different from a "multiverse"?
The universe is all of time and space and its conte
Start the interview by writing down the following:
the person's first and last name check that you spelled it correctly
his or her year of birth
the list of places that he or she lived between 1945 an
02.05: Rise of the Political Machine
For this assignment, you will create your own interest group to address one of the social
needs of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Use your knowledge and your 21st-century skills to:
choose an issue relevant to the lat
If you choose to write a letter, be sure to consider the following in your response:
Where are you from?
Why did you leave your homeland?
How was your journey to the United States?
What happened to you when you arrived?
What is your new life like in Ameri
Why did slavery start in the colonies?
There was increasing demand on the goods produced by each colony and there were not
enough people to do the work. Also, the indentured slaves had a contract of serving them for
a passage to North America and their c
I believe Matthew Farmer is guilty of stealing Will Anthonys
gardening tools. The hints that lead me to this accusation were
found in Mr. Anthonys diary as well as the interview made by the
court- in order to have written proof of evidence.
Kaylee Rose Mortner
Assignment 01.01: Geography
1. Using the scale on the interactive map, give the approximate distance in miles that the
Pilgrims traveled in their journey from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts.
2.04 Notes: Coming to America: Industrial Revolution
After completing this lesson, you will be able to:
identify the different immigrant groups that arrived in the United States during the
Industrial Revolution and explain the reasons why they
Part 1 Complete the following chart using information from the lesson. One example
appears for you.
the nation to heal as
plans for Reconstruction were
U.S History 1.01
1. Using the scale on the interactive map, give the approximate distance in miles that
the Pilgrims traveled in their journey from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth,
The approximate distance is 3349 miles
June 11, 2016
1.05 U.S History Honors
Hello i'm here today to make a PSA about citizen rights it is to
inform you, my fellow citizens of the rights and protections given to
us by the 19th and 24th amendment. What is the 19th Am
June 17 2016
Labor conditions was one of the issues of in the late 1800s and
early 1900s. People, especially immigrants had to work to
provide money for themselves and their family. The conditions of
their jobs were unsanitary, d
June 15, 2016
The Effects of the Second Industrial Revolution ( S.I.R )
A gap formed
between the rich
and the poor
views to be
each other. F
June 13, 2016
Prompt: Explain how freedoms for African Americans were
socially, politically, and economically limited from 1865 to 1900?
Imagine being an living in 1865, the Emancipation Proclamation
has just been issued 2 years
June 15 2016
2.02 History Hon
1. Carnegie Steel company was a steel company that used the vertical
integration system. He used the vertical integration system to reduce
competition and make his business better and more profitable by
Unit 1 Lesson 10: Meet the Rubric
Please read the instructions in their entirety.
Students must submit their assignment through checkmywork. I will not
grade assignments that have not been submitted through checkmywork.
Portfolio corrections: Portfolios may be corrected up to 70%. If you
2.03 Notes : Populism : Industrial Revolutions Notes
Were All the Effects of the Second Industrial Revolution Positive?
In the late 1800s, both business and manufacturing were booming. Cities were growing rapidly.
Immigrants and people from rural areas mo
History module 2 Pre-test
Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(MC)Which group supported farmers' efforts to regulate railroad shipping rates?
Question 2 (Multiple Cho
02.02: Innovation Nation: Industrial Revolutions Notes
How Did Innovation Drive the Second Industrial Revolution?
The Second Industrial Revolution was a time of great change. Individual inventors drove much
of this change. These men and women worked tirel
02.01 Industrialization Changes America: Industrial
What Were the Industrial Revolutions?
At the start of the Civil War, the U.S. economy was based on agriculture. A minority of people
did factory work, mainly in the Northeast. Those factories
Kaylee Rose Mortner
U.S. History Assignment 2.01
02.01 Regions Chart and Written Response
The Second Industrial Revolution affected the regions of the United States differently. Use this
chart to compare the effects of the revolution on the North, South,
U.S History Notes
01.02 Set the Stage: Using Sources
How Do Historians Read Primary and Secondary Sources?
Historians study primary sources and secondary sources in order to learn about the past. As you can see
from the examples below, sources can take a
1.05 History Notes: A New South
What does freedom mean?
In the years following the Emancipation Proclamation and the 13th Amendment, many
formerly enslaved people embraced freedom. They left plantations to find spouses and children
lost to them ye
U.S History Notes 1.03 Notes
In November of 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States without a
single electoral vote from the South. A few weeks later, South Carolina seceded from the United
States. By the time Lincoln took office