TEST CORRECTIONS CONTENT
Each answer must be in a paragraph or at least 5 bullet points
with SPECIFIC information
For test corrections, students should answer one question below for each question they missed.
However, they should also attempt to answer th
How did foreign and domestic conflict influence the course of the early
To pay national debt, there was a 25% tax on whiskey (269)
Whiskey Rebellion occurred but the government won and it made people fear
and obey the government. (pg. 270)
1. Presentism/Presentmindedness: is when people tend to view the past through the lens of the
present, instead of taking into consideration that the past and present are two different things.
It can also be when we try to change the past in order to align
Although the Revolution resulted in independence for the American
nation, it produced varied consequences for those who lived through it. Analyze
the impact of the Revolution on the lives of ONE of the following groups: Native
Americans, African Americ
Congresss adoption of the Declaration of Independence confirmed a
decisive shift in the conflict between the colonies and Britain. Why did the
colonies make this decisive break in 1776? Discuss both arguments for and
The big brea
Advanced Placement American History Course Guide
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2015-16 World History Syllabus
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Course Description: This course is designed to help students examine world history by investigating the
development of events, people, and places, as
Unit # 1: Revolution and the Early Republic
To analyze the causes of the American Revolution and understand the important events of the war, and
to trace the development of the American republic.
SECTION 1 Colonial Resistance and Rebelli
Review Chapter 4: The Union in Peril
To understand the events that led to the Civil War, the course and outcome of the war,
and the establishment and eventual failure of Reconstruction.
SECTION 1 The Divisive Politics of Slavery
Unit 1: The Growth of a Young Nation
To analyze the Jefferson Era, the Age of Jackson, manifest destiny, the market revolution, and various
reform movements during the first half of the 19th century.
SECTION 1 The Jeffersonian Era
Chapter 5: Changes on the Western Frontier
To analyze the settlement of the Great Plains during the late 1800s and to examine Native American
policies, private property rights, and the Populist movement.
SECTION 1 Cultures Clash on the P
Chapter 8: Life at the Turn of the 20th Century
To analyze significant turn-of-the-20th-century trends in such areas as
technology, education, race relations, and mass culture.
SECTION 1 Science and Urban Life
1. Describe the impact of t
Chapter 12: Politics of the Roaring Twenties
To trace the political and social changes after World War I and throughout the
decade of the 1920s.
SECTION 1 Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues
1. Summarize the reaction in the United Sta
U. S. History / VINCENT 1st Semester Review
Unit 2 Chapters 3 & 4
Chapter 3 Topics:
Louisiana Purchase -
War of 1812
Sectionalism / Nationalism
Trail of Tears