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Lesson Plans September 5-9

David Miller                                                                                                         AP US & American History   

Week 4 (September 5-9): English Colonization

Chapter 3: The American Colonies Take Shape (1607-1765)

Essential Question: How did colonial life in Pre-Revolutionary America influence our unique identity?

Standard(s)

Objectives

Activities

Assessments

CCSS ELA- Alignment

United States Beginnings Through 1820s - Students will analyze key historical periods; patterns of change over time; and ways people view, construct, and interpret the history of the United States.

H.12.5.5

Compare the social, economic, political, and geographic development of the New England, middle, and southern colonies from multiple perspectives using a variety of sources

 

Discussion and Study Guide Review

TEST

CCRA.R.1, 3, 7

CCRA.W.7, 8, 9

CCRA.SL.2, 3, 4

CCRA.L.6

 


 

David Miller                                                                                                               Arkansas History                           

Week 4 (September 5-9):   Early Statehood

Era 2: Louisiana Purchase Through Early Statehood 1803-1860

Essential Question: What factors influenced the development of early communities in Arkansas?

Standard(s)

Objectives

Activities

Assessments

CCSS ELA- Alignment

Content Standard 2: Students will analyze causes and consequences of events from the Louisiana Purchase through early statehood.

Era2.2.AH.9-12.3

Evaluate intended and unintended consequences of public policies

(e.g., Louisiana Purchase, Missouri Compromise, Indian Removal)

Research lifestyles of citizens during early statehood

Writing assignment- early statehood

CCRA.R.1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9

CCRA.W.2, 7, 9

CCRA.SL.1, 4

Era2.2.AH.9-12.4

Evaluate effects of human-made and natural disasters on Arkansas

Era2.2.AH.9-12.5 (e.g., earthquakes, flooding, disease)

Evaluate reasons for and impact of human settlement on various regions

(e.g., land grants, labor force, railroad, political unrest)