DBQ: The American Colonies
Bartoleme de Las Casas, Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies. (1542)
And of all the infinite universe of humanity, these people are the most guileless, the most devoid of wickedness and duplicity, the
The Road to Revolution
Despite considerable opposition, as well as Great Britains apparently overwhelming military and financial
advantages, the Patriot cause succeeded because of the actions of the following factors:
Colonial militias and the
Wilsonian Progressivism at Home & Abroad
Chapter 30 Reading Guide
Dr. Woodrow Wilson
The Bull Moose Campaign
1. Why was Roosevelt a natural choice for the Progressive party in 1912? Who put him on
Industry Comes of Age
Chapter 24 Reading Guide
The Iron Colt becomes a Horse
1. How did the construction of the railroad benefit the federal government?
2. How did frontier towns benefit from the railroad?
Spanning the Continent with Rails
America Moves to the City, 1865-1900
Chapter 25 Reading Guide
The Urban Frontier
Dumbbell Tenement (aka Flophouses)
1. Describe the growth of the urban populations in the US at the turn of the century.
2. How did the mass transit impact the growth of the
The Confederation and the Constitution
Chapter 9 Reading Guide
1. What impact did the loss of Loyalist after the American Revolution have on the American colonists?
The Pursuit of Equality
Society of Cincinnati
Progressivism & the Republican Roosevelt
Chapter 29 Reading Guide
1. Identify the origin of the progressives at the turn of the century.
2. To what extent did European socialism influence American politics?
Political Paralysis in the Gilded Age, 1869-1896
Chapter 23 Reading Guide
The Bloody Shirt Elects Grant
Let us have peace.
waving the bloody shirt
1 Describe the election of 1868.
2 Why was Grant selectedand electedpresident by the Republican party? Was h
The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution, 1865-1896
Chapter 26 Reading Guide
1. Identify the Great West and territories of the region.
The Clash of Cultures on the Plains
Receding Native Populations
relatively permanent change in
an organisms behavior due to
This unit examines three types of
Classical (Pavlovian) Conditioning
How do we learn?
very early on,
An early misguided
effort at applying
what were thought
to be the lessons of
The explanations lie
in our genes.
ating Rituals / Bird Migrations
Parental Love / Rival
1. The extensions of the neuron that receives messages from other neurons are the _dendrites_.
2. The extensions of a neuron that transmit information to other neurons are the _axons_; some of
these extensions are insulated by a
Periodic Trends in Properties
Ionization energy (In)
Required energy to remove an electron from a gaseous
atom or ion
As you remove more and more electrons, it takes greater
First ionization energy Al
Periodic Trends Jigsaw
You will be assigned a common set of data (electronegativity, electron affinity, ionization energy, atomic radii,
(1) Read/research your data you are confident you can teach someone else about your data.
probably a goo
The average one hates
Mondays. The great
ones use Monday to start
fast and get a jump on
Summative Assessment #1
50 M/C Questions
Differentiate types of research
The Human Body: Anatomical
Regions, Directions, and Body
Essentials of Healthcare Science
Overview of Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy the study of the structure of
body parts and their relationships to one
Gross or macroscopic
Electrons in Atoms
What Youll Learn
You will compare the wave
and particle models of light.
You will describe how the
frequency of light emitted
by an atom is a unique
characteristic of that atom.
You will compare and contrast the Bohr and quant
The Brain DVD Questions
What part of the brain is the oldest? (We share with reptiles.)
What brain region is the most important when it comes to fear?
How is the frontal cortex of humans different from that of a monkey?
What is the role
Activity No. 5
CA Standard 1j: Students know that spectral lines are the result of transitions of electrons between
energy levels and that these lines correspond to photons with a frequency related to the energy spacing
between levels by using
Unit 3 Biological Basis of Behavior
Your notecards must be HANDWRITTEN and contain the ENTIRE LIST. They are due at the
beginning of class on the day of your MC Exam. Any attempt at deception will result in the
loss of an opportunity for the
The Road to Revolution
Chapter 7 Reading Guide
The Deep Roots of Revolution
1. Identify the difference between English citizens born in the Old World versus the New World.
2. How is republicanism the foundation for democracy?
Unit 3C Notes
The History of Behavior Genetics
Directions: Use the PowerPoint The History of Behavior Genetics from ITS Learning
to answer the following questions. The PowerPoint is located in the Biological Bases of
America Secedes from the Empire
Chapter 8 Reading Guide
Second Continental Congress, 1775
Congress Drafts George Washington
1. Why did the Continental Congress select Washington to lead the Continental Army? What is the
significance of his le
American Life in the Seventeenth Century
Chapter 4 Reading Guide
The Unhealthy Chesapeake
1. Describe the life expectancy of Southern colonists. What does this tell us about quality of life in the
Virginia and Maryland?
The Tobacco Economy
Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution
Chapter 5 Reading Guide
Conquest by the Cradle
1. Describe the population growth of the American colonies and how that influenced
2. Identify the cities of the English colonieswhy are these different tha