Different colonies served different purposes.
Jamestown- Single men, individual effort, cash crops, slaves
Massachusetts Bay families, community effort, God
Triangular Trade Europe, Africa, America
Navigation Act, Intolerable Acts aggress
1. Personality is the unique way in which each individual
thinks, acts, and feels throughout life.
2. Freuds beliefs were the conscious and unconscious. The
unconscious is noticeable in dreams and Fruedian slips of the
tongue. The personality parts are th
24 August 2016
The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776. It is an
agreement written by Thomas Jefferson primarily declaring the freedom of the 13
American colonies. The declaration was an explanatio
Next to each of the statements below indicate with the
appropriate letter the defense mechanism that is illustrated.
Use the following code.
AP Psychology 6th
29 September 2016
Chapter 2 Questions
1. The nervous system is a network of cells that carry information to and from
all parts of the body. It is made of cells called neurons that carry messages.
Nerves are sent thro
Mrs Summertons AP Psychology
Important Neurotransmitters to Know
critical to motor movement
Which photo did you choose, 1, 2, or 3?
I chose the first of the three photos.
What is the main focus of this picture?
The main focus of this picture is to not only show the
exhaustion of the three boys, but also to highlight the harsh
conditions and litt
Due for Chapter 1
Read pgs. 4-19 in the textbook.
After reading the job descriptions on page 17-19 and the overview of
psychology on page 4, what is your impression of this field of study?
My first impression of psychology is that it is
1) What is a Tariff?
A tariff is defined as the taxation on imported goods.
2) What is a Compromise?
By definition, a compromise is to settle a dispute by
3) Why is compromise an essential quality for a lawmaker to
Compromise is i
2nd Quarter: Creating a Republic, Growth, Jackson & Reform Era, Civil
Unit thesis questions to answer via thesis outline or chart:
Evaluate the following: From about 1650-1795 Americans were
generally a rebellious lot.
Explain 2 conditions/events t
Outline and Summary of the Articles of Confederation
Article I: The name of the new confederacy is The United States of America
Article II: Each state retains its sovereignty, freedom, independence, and every power not
specifically granted to the new Cong
D.C. MSSU U. S. HISTORY I & II
INSTRUCTOR: William G. Keczkemethy Office hours and extra help: Tues. 3:45 to 4:45 & Thursday 3:45-4:15
Required: 1. The American Promise 2. A Manual for Writers by Kate L. Turabian 3. Computer & Web
You are engaged in a col
World War II
1. Theoretically WW II began in 1939 with Hitlers invasion of Poland.
2. The war ended in 1945 with the defeat of Hitler and Japan with the atomic
3. WW II became the most destructive war in the history of mankind up t
War Effort On The Home Front
I. How Citizens Helped
A. Most countries had a home front effort.
1. Conserve, recycle, grow, and work.
2. All citizens were included in the effort.
3. Businesses expected to participate.
4. Schools had war effort programs.
The Rise of National States and Absolute Monarchy in Europe
I. Intro/ Overview
1. National states emerged in the Middle Ages & it will take a long time for them
to become united.
2. National state is based on the idea of absolutism, a government system
I. Into/ Overview
A. The Renaissance is often referred to as the birth of modern man.
1. Man began to think for himself & to question.
2. The Renaissance began in Italy in the 1300s & and ended in the 1600s.
3. It grew out of the Medieval
The Reformation & The Scientific Revolution
I. Intro. / Overview
1. The year was 1517 the place was Wittenberg, Germany
2. The main player Martin Luther
a. He was a conformist
b. Main goal was to obtain salvation
c. It is said that one day on his way back
The Post War World-The Rise of Dictators 2 Power
1. Instead of a safe world for democracy, ww1 led the way for dictators to
2. These dictators were ruthless and cruel left an ugly mark on civilization
3. Will do anything to car
The Middle Ages
I. Introduction/ Overview
1. Middle Ages lasted 432 AD to 1658
2. Time period often referred as Dark Ages; reasons:
a. ignorance & illiteracy was widespread
b. trade, education, agriculture, & centralized government
c. people of the time d
The Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution
I. Intro/ Overview
A. A movement that became widespread in Europe between 1688 & 1790.
B. Began in France, went to America, then went back to Europe.
C. Its a movement that refers to a time when man became learn
I. Introduction/ Overview- Romes rise to power: From republic to empire to
decline & fall.
A. The geography of Italy & location of Rome played a large part in its rise
B. Rome will yield powerful empire
C. Rome started out as a small ci
Progress Toward Representative Government- Growth of Democracy
A. Terms to understand & apply
1. Majority rule
2. Peoples choice
3. Free elections
4. Popular will
5. Consent of the governed
6. The popular vote
7. The free will of the peo
Metternich Era- Europe After Napoleon/ Uphill Climb for Europe
I. Intro/ Overview
1. Clemens Metternich dominated this era.
2. Aristocracy will fight progress.
3. The time 1815, the place Vienna, Austria.
4. As a result of Waterloo France was defeated, Na
Imperialism and World War I
1. Nations competed for oversea empires.
2. Imperialists divided Europe.
3. The British dominated South Africa and Asia.
4. Imperialism threatened China.
5. Japan built a modern nation.
6. Imperialism reached
Holocaust and WWII Were Two Separate Events
Terms to know:
Holocaust- Destruction of people by fire.
The Holocaust- The destruction of Jews by the Nazis.
1. Why the Jews?
a. They had been persecuted since the death of Jesus.
b. They were smart and had all
Europe in the Cold War Era (1945-1990)
I. Intro/ Overview
A. The immediate effects of World War II
1. Devastation and loss of life in Europe and Asia.
2. Recognition of the Holocaust.
3. The overthrow of fascism.
4. The founding of the United Nations.