Title: No Gumption (pp. 37-45 in Explorations) 1.08-1.09 in Course Content
Where (include any
Cultural setting (if
HST302A: U.S. History | Unit 1 | Lesson 12: Looking at the Colonies
Create a brochure that compares and contrasts the New England, middle, and southern Colonies. You can e
Unit 0 Placing Proper Punctuation
Punctuation is what we call the set of marks added to words and sentences to make their meaning
Punctuation at the end of a sentence indicates whether it is a question, a statement, or an
Name: Teresa McMillan
HST302A: U.S. History | Unit 2 | Lesson 13: Unit Test
Formation of the United States Unit Test, Part 2
Complete this teacher-scored portion of the Unit Test, and submit it to your teacher by
HST302A: U.S. History | Unit 2 | Lesson 8: Governing a New Nation
Write a well-organized essay that explains how the Americans won the Revolutionary War. Your essay shou
Unit 0 Structuring Strong Sentences
DIRECTIONS: Your study of structuring strong sentences will use links to the Purdue Online Writing Lab
(OWL). OWL is a very useful resource for all writing questions.
Study the information in each of the links provided
Unit 0 Grasping Good Grammar
Sentence structure and punctuation cover many of the errors people make in conventions. A few other
errors fall into the category of grammar errors. These may seem detailed, but writers who pay close
attention to these details
New England started as small farming villages.
They built either around or outside the town to expand.
They grazed animals.
They had churches and schools.
New England had many businesses.
The soil was rocky
HST302A: U.S. History | Unit 2 | Lesson 10: Ratification
To Ratify or Not to Ratify
According to Article VII, the Constitution would go into effect when nine states ratified it.
HST302A: U.S. History | Unit 3 | Lesson 12: Eventful Times
Name: Teresa McMillan
Just in Time!
See if you can form a mental picture of the United States in the early 1800s. What do you see? How could you
HST302A US History
Blue = Assigned Red = Due
First Day of
1.02 Discuss: Getting
Unit 1: Memoir Analysis Study Guide
DIRECTIONS: To complete this study guide, read the Course Content and the memoir in the
Explorations anthology listed in each chart.
Study and take notes the first section of the course content (for example, 1.03),