Question 19 (Worth 2 points)
Which statement describes part of the United States' role in the global economy?
The United States has the highest tariff rates in the world.
The United States is the largest producer of energy in the world.
The United St
06.04 SWBS Chart
The "Somebody-Wanted-But-So" chart is an excellent way to summarize important
information from history. In it, you identify a person or group of people; their goal, need, or
want; what conflict of interest stood in the way; and the outcom
After World War II, life changed considerably in the United States for people from different
social classes and ethnic groups.
For this assignment, you will complete the chart below that details the post-World War II
gains and struggles of veterans, women
Cultural changes in the
Prohibition in the United States was a nationwide
constitutional ban on the sale, production,
importation, and transportation of alcoholic
beverages that remained in place from 1920 to 1933.
Prohibition had many b
Directions: Imagine yourself as one of the children in the liberation photograph.
Complete the three paragraphs as a first-person narrative from his or her point of view.
Paragraph 1: Why were you persecuted?
Paragraph 2: Where did you go? Describe your e
1. Why was the program needed in your state?
The program was needed in North Carolina because they needed to fight
against the Great Depression. The Blue Ridge Parkway begun during the
administration of U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt, the project wa
1970s Energy Crisis
Paragraph 1: Explain why the chosen issue was a problem in the 1970s and how the
government responded to the issue.
Paragraph 2: Explain what the situation is today and how the government is currently
addressing the issue.
Respond to each of the following questions in a complete paragraph of your own words. Be sure to
include supporting details from this lesson in your responses.
1. How did the new technologies of WWI affect soldiers fighting on the front lines? Please
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, West, and Midwest. In the chart, you will
01.04 SWBS Chart and Reflection
The "Somebody-Wanted-But-So" chart is an excellent way to summarize important information from history. In it,
you identify a person or group of people; their goal, need, or want; what conflict of interest stood in the way;
June 14, 1899
Hello Martin, how have you been cousin? I have finally arrived to the United States. I am writing
you like I promised you. My journey has been very tiring. I had to come here in a ship with a lot of
people. It was not very comfortable, but w
In this lesson, you learned how business practices like vertical and horizontal integration helped
Industrialists reduce competition and expand their businesses. For this assignment, you are going
to research and explore the concept of vertical integratio
In this lesson, you learned how the U.S. began to turn from isolation to imperialism. Complete the following
written assignment to show your understanding of these changes.
Select three events from the list of five given below - one showing isolationism,
What Do I Submit?
In this lesson, you have learned about political machines, the social issues that developed in the
United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the movements that arose to address
For this assignment, you will creat
The Panama Canal: Worth it or not?
The United States was ready to go to war with Spain because of the many
conflicts going on between them, mainly because Spain stopped trade with America.
The United States decided to send the USS Ore
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.
Approximate of 3349.37 miles
2. Using the scale on the interactive map
Read the question below and use your knowledge of the time period to write your response. You are
welcome to refer back to the lesson; however, all writing should be in your own words.
"Explain how freedoms for African Americans were socially, politically
The Triumphs and Travails of the
Take Over Government
The election of 1800 seemed to give
the voters a clear choice
John Adams (Federalist) campaigned for
strong government and public order
Launching the New Ship of
Troubled Times for US
Americans distrusted authority and government
Had overthrown both the British and Articles of
American finances were in bad shape
Little money coming in through t
America Secedes from the
1775 - 1783
April May 1775
May 10, 1775 Second Continental
Congress met in Philadelphia
No defined support for independence;
Americans still hoped to get London to
address their grievances
The Two Continental Congresses
The Road to Revolution
Events Leading to the Revolution
Victory in the Seven Years War made Britain
the master of North America
Britain had to also send 10,000 costly troops to
After 1763, Britain would try to get America's to help
33,000 B.C. A.D. 1769
The Shaping of North
225 million years ago, the earth was a
single super-continent called Pangaea
As the continental plates shifted, the 7
continents and the oceans were formed
American Life in the Seventeenth
The Unhealthy Chesapeake
Diseases ravaged the people in the Chesapeake
Fever, shivering, pain in the joints and headache spread by
being bitten by an infected mosquito
Inflammation of in
The Planting of English
North America in 1600
South America and Mexico had been
radically altered by European contact
North America in 1600 largely unclaimed
Early 1600s 3 European powers make
claims in 3 different parts o
Colonial Society on the
Eve of Revolution
1700 - 1775
The Thirteen Colonies
Britain controlled 32 colonies in
New World, from Canada to West Indies
13 decided to fight for independence
The why can be found in distinctive
American social, economic
The Columbian Exchange
From the New World to the Old
From the Old World to the New
Wheat, small pox
1. Which step in the historical research process allows you to decide what you think your outcome
The hypothesis allows me to decide what I think the outcome may be.
2. Describe what a primary source is and give an example of one.
A primary source
The events that led to the Age of Exploration were looking for new trade routes,
curiosity about the world inspired by the Crusades and the Renaissance, the
desire to spread Christianity by converting people, find new sources of gold and
silver and the de
06.02 The Immune System
Florence Flu and her brother Frank Flu are invading viruses with a mission to get you sick! Its
time to describe all the defenses they will encounter as they battle your immune system.
COMPLETE THE MISSING SECTIONS OF THE STORY BEL
This is you friend from Spain. I don't know how to tell you about the pain we are
passing through. Anyways I hope you are fine and doing good with your family. It has been a lot of
years we are apart from each other. Spain is passing throu