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Lesson Plans October 17-21

David Miller                        AP US History   

 

Week 10 (October 17-21): Revolution & Articles of Confederation

The American Revolution (1765-1783)

Essential Question: How was American independence achieved?

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.12.5.8

Analyze the Revolutionary movement from multiple perspectives using primary and secondary sources

H.12.5.10

Evaluate how individuals and groups influenced the American Revolutionary movement

Notes and Discussion

TEST

CCRA.R.1, 3, 7

CCRA.W.7, 9

CCRA.SL.2, 3

CCRA.L.6

 

American History   

 

Week 10 (October 17-21): National Expansion, Lewis & Clark Expedition

Chapter 6: The New Republic (1789-1816)

Essential Question: How did the Louisiana Purchase impact the development of the nation?

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.12.5.15

Evaluate how early presidents influenced the development of the new nation

 

Film

Project based on Film

CCRA.R.1, 3, 7

CCRA.W.7, 9

CCRA.SL.2, 3

CCRA.L.6











 

                   Arkansas History                           

Week 10: (October17-21):

 

Era 3: Civil War Through the Gilded Age 1861-1900

Essential Question: How did Reconstruction change the culture, politics, and economics of Arkansas?

Standard(s)

Objectives

Activities

Assessments

CCSS ELA- Alignment

Content Standard 3: Students will analyze factors that influenced the perspectives of Arkansans from the Civil War through the Gilded Age.

Era3.3.AH.9-12.5 Examine effects of social and economic transformations on various regions and segments of the population

(e.g., rise of industry, prosperity, transportation, movement of people, immigration, education reform)



 

Notes and discussion

 

FOODS of the Arkansas Periods

Students will Research and Report over Civil War and Reconstruction

 

Students will prepare and share foods from the various periods in Arkansas History


 

CCRA.R.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9

CCRA.W.2, 7, 8, 9

CCRA.SL.1, 2, 3, 4