AP World History!
Period 4 Lesson Plan!
West Forsyth High School!
Motives for Exploration and Conquest!
Key Concepts Addressed:!
4.1.III (New Transatlantic Maritime reconnaissance)
The Chronicle of Guinea, a government history of Prince Henry the Navigator, by Gomez de Azurara,
official chronicler of the royal court.
In which five reasons appear why the Lord Infant [Prince Henry of Portugal] was moved to command
the search for the
Project 3.2.3: Living in a Material World
During his or her lifetime, the average person eats his/her way through at least 20
tons of food. Meats, vegetables or sweets - whatever your diet, thats 40,000
pounds! Our digestive system
March 7, 2014
The Hound of the Baskervilles; Topic 4
In The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Author Conan Doyle there are many unique
characters that each adds a certain something to the story. In this book my favorite char
Chapter 20 Quick Check Questions
What were the characteristics of politics in the 1870s, 1880s, and 1890s?
How did each of the presidents from Haynes to Harrison work to regain the
powers of his office, diminished during the impeachment of Andrew Johnson?
1. Sessionists saw the US constitution to be against them. They believed that the Union had made a
"compact" among the sovereign states and states like South Carolina had justified its succession
by accusing sectional parties for banding together to vote
Chapter 14 Quick Check
1. The Wilmot Proviso was an amendment that was introduced by Congressman David
Wilmot in 1846, not too long after the Mexican-American War. This amendment
proposed that slavery should be banned on all lands acquired from Mexico.
Chapter 11 Quick Check
1. With "gang" labor, slaves worked with someone watching over them. The days of labor
would be from sunup to sundown, six days a week. It was year round work on the large
plantations where these slave "gangs" worked.
With "task" la
CH.4 Quick Check Questions
A) So many Scots- Irish migrated to America during the 18 th-century because they faced religious
discrimination. Because the Scots- Irish were Presbyterian, England taxed them Highly. When
they started getting poor harvests the
Chapter 13 Quick Check
1. Austin and his settlers were dissatisfied with Mexican rule over Texas because they weren't
willing to become Mexicans. The rule was that if people moved to Texas, they were required to
become Mexican citizens as well as Roman Ca
Unit 5 Ceoc
1. Demobilization or the return to peace time economy in the United States,
had several outcomes: the government lost control of big business, prices
soared, causing inflation, millions in government contracts were cancelled,
and farmers produ
Unit 6 EOC
1. Factors which lead to WWII are: Hitlers repudiation of the post war reprimands by building an
army and the U.S.s neutrality policies left Hitler free to run ramped throughout Europe.
2. Prior to its entry of WWII, the U.S. only helped countr
R. Layne Turner
Part I: Questions
1. During the 1820s and 1830s American culture began to shift as democratic impulse of the
country grew. To begin, distinctive variations between classes began to fade. The models
Unit 7 EOCE
1. The Red Scare created a fear of anarchist and communist ideas from Eastern Europe. Thus,
Americans not only feared the ideas, but also immigrants from Eastern European countries. The
U.S. limited the number of immigrants allowed to the U.S.