Yup - SBAC testing for MATH is continued this week. So Monday and Wednesday will be regular days - Tuesday and Thursday, not as much....but you are pioneers - you can do it!
SUBJECT: The Reform Era 1820-1860
"No government is lawful or innocent that does not recognize the moral law as the only universal law, and God as the Supreme Lawgiver and Judge, to whom nations in their national capacity, as well as individuals, are amenable."
Let's face it - we started out as a "Christian" nation.
And that Christian mindset, which brought about the Second Great Awakening, as well as the empowering of "Universal" Male Suffrage (the right to vote), opened up an eruption of REFORM in our early nation.
We will continue our analysis of the Era of Great Reforms in our growing nation; the move to deal with alcoholism, the momentum to equalize women's rights, and the constant struggle to end slavery....a struggle which will eventually lead to a great war - the Civil War!
A storm is coming...
Count on another QUIZ this week!
REMEMBER to go over your notes 3-5 minutes daily...
***KNOW UP TO 33 UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS FOR THIS WEEK***
You know the drill...first and last name - dates of their administration...
DUE next Monday (April 28th):
DEADLINE: due next MONDAY! (April 28th)
KEEP staying aware...
ONE CURRENTS entry is due this week.
DUE: we will do this in class on Thursday
The INFOGRAPHIC is due on May Day (May 1).
FOR THIS WEEK - work on your final concept and continue your research.
The DEBATE schedule will be in the month of May toward the end of the year.
Click here for the assignment sheet and rubric.
DON'T FORGET THE
DUE: Thursday, May 15