Quarter 2 Table of Contents - 2013-2014

Chapter 4 - Sections 3&4


ASSIGNMENT NUMBER
ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION
ATTACHMENTS
1
Page 125 Inside Story: Deborah Sampson questions

2
Strengths/Weaknesses chart of the Continental and British Armies

3
Section 3 summary reading and questions

4
Major Battles of the Revolutionary War

5
The Revolution Changes America - 2 column notes

6
Section 4 summary reading and questions

7
I see/It means p. 137 - the Great Seal

8
Comic Strip





Chapter 5: Creating a New Government


ASSIGNMENT NUMBER
ASSIGNMENT TITLE
HANDOUTS
1
Preview of Chapter 5

2
Inside Story p. 144: Confederation

3
Articles of Confederation: how the government is structured

4
Articles of Confederation: weaknesses

5
Chapter 5 Section 1 summary reading and questions HW

6
Shays' Rebellion - Inside Story p. 150

7
Practice Quiz - weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation

8
Constitutional Convention Concept Map

9
Compromises at the Convention notes

10
Paragraph on compromises at the Convention

11
Chapter 5 Section 2 summary reading HW

12
Practice Quiz - Compromises at the Convention

13
Checks and Balances notes


14
Federalism and Antifederalism notes

15
Chapter 5 section 3 summary reading and questions

16
Ratification


Chapter 5 test

The Constitution


ASSIGNMENT NUMBER
ASSIGNMENT TITLE
ATTACHMENTS
1
Anticipation Guide - the Constitution A to Z

2
Frayer Model: Constitutional rights

3
I hear/It means on Minersville vs Gobitis

Video link - Teacher's Domain

4
Background reading on Minersville vs Gobitis

5
Ticket to leave - discussion questions

6
Bill of Rights cases - in small groups







7
Bill of Rights Fish Bowl discussion

8
Mayor of Malden questions

9
Marbury vs Madison case background and questions

10
I see/It means on political cartoon on Marbury vs Madison

11
Hollywood Squares - Judicial Review Game







12
Writing summary on the role of the Supreme Court

13
Patriotic or Unpatriotic statements - you decide

14
Spectrum from liberty to security

15
Summary article on the Patriot Act


16
Concept map - the Patriot Act

17
Homework - answer one of the attached questions

18
Answer questions after looking at two websites - real or fake
        • What characteristics make these websites so convincing?
        • What evidence is available to prove that these websites are hoax sites?
        • How can we determine if sources on the internet are reliable or not?
        • Which types of sources are reliable and in which circumstances?


19
Mark up the checklist for reliable sources on the internet

Research on the Patriot Act - pro/con
Internet Checklist

20
Key terms on the Patriot Act

21
Highlights of the Patriot Act with notes




Final Project - Presentation in front of the Supreme Court (classmates) debating whether the USA PATRIOT ACT is constitutional or unconstitutional










Midterm Review