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1 GREENCASTLE ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT Planned Course Board Approved November 17, 2011 Course Title: Social Studies American History Pre-1820 Grade Level(s) 7 th Grade Course Materials: Primary Source (s): The American Journey Glencoe Supplemental Source(s): The American Journey Workbook Classzone.com - McDougal Littell A History of US - Joy Hakim LFS - Toolbox Milliken Publishing Mark Twain Publishing Teacher made resources: Conococheague History of Greencastle Community Current Event Worksheet Jr. Scholastic Magazines Glencoe Teachers Tools Channel One Graphic Organizers Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips Worksheets CNN Videos Primary Documents Games Computers Puzzles Objectives: All students will: 1. Analyze how continuity and change has influenced United States history (Beginnings ). 2. Describe United States military conflicts ( ). 3. Analyze the principles and ideals that shape government. 4. Describe the political and cultural contributions of individuals and groups to United States history (Beginnings ). 5. Interpret primary and secondary resources, material artifacts and historic sites Beginnings -1820). 6. Recognize basic economics: supply/demand and interdependence. 7. Examine Current Events to help link the past to the present and to develop higher level thinking skills.

2 8. Become responsible citizens by developing an awareness and appreciation of history. 9. Become competent with basic use of maps, charts and graphs. Essential Questions: 1. How did the early peoples develop America before European exploration 2. How did Europeans transform life in the America? 3. How did the New England, Middle and Southern Colonies develop? 4. What was life like in the colonies? 5. How did the search for cheap labor lead to the development of slavery? 6. Why did conflict arise in North America between France and Great Britain? 7. Following the French and Indian War, how did the British government anger the American colonists? 8. Why did the American colonists choose independence? 9. Describe the democratic principles guiding the Constitution of the United States. 10. What political traditions and tensions appear in the early years of the new republic? 11. How did the events of the Jefferson Era strengthen the nation? 12. What affects did economic growth and expansion have on the United States society?

3 GREENCASTLE ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 1. How did the early peoples develop America before European exploration? Content Activities/Assessment B B A B 8:3.7.A Migration to America Native American adaptation to environment Aztec, Maya, Incan and Olmec Empires Discuss the theories of how people came to the Americas and settled in certain areas. Cite the discovery that changed the lives of the early Native Americans Explore the shelters of early North American people. Explain the legacies of the Aztec, Maya, Inca and Olmec Civilization Investigate how the people of each empire adapted to their environment. Locate the Aztec, Maya and Inca civilizations o a map. Map Exercises. Chapter Readings. Primary Source Questions. Frayer Model Vocabulary Assignments. Graphic Organizers Videos Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Word Splash KWL Chart Essential Question Reading Notations Jeopardy

4 GREENCASTLE ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 2. How did Europeans transform life in the Americas? A B C A 8:3.7.A A B C D Content (What the Student Will Know) Factors that lead to exploration Early European exploration s The Spanish in America (What the Student will Do) Clarify how cultural, economic, political and technological factors led to overseas exploration. Reveal the leadership roles of Portugal and Spain in exploration. Evaluate the decline of the Aztec and Inca Empires and the rise of Spanish rule in the Americas Gauge the impact of the Columbia Exchange. Map Exercises Research Chapter Readings Inductive Reasoning Primary Source Questions Crossword Puzzles Graphic Organizers Pass Notes Deductive Reasoning Video clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Note Taking Role Play Summarize the religious and economic reasons for exploration of North America. North American Exploration

5 GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 3. How did the New England, Middle and Southern Colonies develop? B C A A A C D 8:3.7.A Content (What the Student Will Know) Early English settlements New England Colonies Middle Colonies Southern Colonies (What the Student will Do) Discuss England s early attempts at establishing colonies in America. Establish why the Pilgrims and Puritans came to America. Describe how the New England Colonies developed. Observe how the Middle Colonies developed. Summarize why the Middle Colonies had the most diverse cultures in America. Surmise the development of the Southern Colonies Contemplate how the economy and social structure of the Southern Colonies were intertwined. Compare the Spanish and French settlements to that of the English settlements. Compare and Contrast Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions Reading Notations Poetic Expressions Graphic Organizers Videos Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Think Pair Share Games

6 GREENCASTLE ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 4. How was life and business conducted in the colonies? B A A B A A B A 8:3.7.A A Content (What the Student Will Know) Triangular Trade Slave Labor Backcountry/Tidewater Life The Enlightenment Explain triangular trade in the colonies. Summarize why the use of enslaved workers increased in the colonies. Investigate how tidewater planters and backcountry farmers differed. Research the economic and political structure in the colonies. Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions Essential Question Vocabulary Poetic Expressions Flip Book Graphic Organizers Video Clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Think-Pair-Share Exploit the social and cultural movements that shaped America. Whip Around Ticket Out the Door

7 GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 5. Why did conflict arise in North America between France and Great Britain? A B B A A B D A A B Content (What the Student Will Know) The French and Indian War The Albany Plan of Union Leaders and battles of the French and Indian War Strategies of the War Paris Peace Treaty of 1763 (What the Student will Do) Identify conflicts created by European claims to Native American lands. State why the colonies were unwilling to give up their individual power. Compare and contrast the organization of the Albany Plan of Union to the Iroquois Confederacy. Specify events which led to the beginning and spread of the French and Indian War. Evaluate the Native American style of fighting to that of the European style fighting. Essential Questions Compare and contrast Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions. Frayer Model Vocabulary Poetic Expressions Flip Book Graphic Organizers Video Clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Think-Pair-Share Match the Native American allies to the British and to the French. Explain the Paris Peace Treaty of Compare and contrast the attitudes of the Native Americans to the colonial Americans following the War.

8 GREENCASTLE ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 6. Following the French and Indian War, how did the British government anger the American colonists? B C A A D B C D A B D B C D B D B A B A B 8:3.7.A Content (What the Student Will Know) Colonial Resistance Grows Between the Colonists and the British Taxation without Representation Boston Massacre The Boston Tea Party (What the Student will Do) Discuss Pontiac s Rebellion. Evaluate the Proclamation of Explain the colonial groups that organized to oppose the British actions. Describe the various taxes placed on the colonies. Explore the events of the Boston Massacre. Pinpoint the factors that would represent propaganda. Research the Sons of Liberty seizing and dumping the British tea into the Boston Harbor. Human Time Line Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions Vocabulary Ticket Out the Door Graphic Organizers Video Clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Think-Pair-Share Role Play

9 GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 7. Why did the American colonists choose independence? D F A B C A C D 8:3.7.A A B C D Content (What the Student Will Know) The American Revolution The Early Years of the War Declaration of Independence War in the Middle Colonies War Expands to the Frontier and the Sea. Path to Victory (What the Student will Do) Explain how the American Revolution began. Evaluate strategies of the British and the colonists during the war. Compare and contrast the colonial leaders to the British leaders of the war. Describe the influence of the major orators of the war. Discuss the reasons for and the key points in the Declaration of Independence. Trace battles of the Dark Days of the War. Compare and contrast Map Exercises. Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions. Vocabulary Ball Poetic Expressions Reading notations Graphic organizers Video Clips Group Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Representative Role Play The Legacy of War Analyze how the continental army was transformed after enduring the winter at Valley Forge. Describe how the Americans broke the British power in the west. Explain how the privateers helped to upset the British control

10 of the Atlantic trade routes. Summarize major battles in the South. Explain foreign assistance from other nations. Examine the Paris Peace Treaty of Determine the costs of the war.

11 GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 8. Describe the democratic principles guiding the Constitution of the United States? B C D F A B C D A B D F H J A B A C A A B C D Content (What the Student Will Know) Articles of Confederation Convention and Compromise A New Plan of Government (What the Student will Do) Define the first plan of government Evaluate the effectiveness of the Articles of Confederation in dealing with the challenges faced by the new nation. Explain how the congress dealt with the western lands. Study the delegates that formed the convention. Discuss the compromise that enabled the convention to draft a Constitution. Analyze The Three-Fifths Compromise Discuss the issue of slave trade. Define why the Bill of Rights was immediately added to the Compromise. Explain the key concepts in the Constitution. - American Principals - Preamble - Basic Human Rights - Abuses of the King - Efforts to avoid separation Essential Questions Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions Poetic Expressions Graphic Organizers Video Clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Human Whip Matrix Reading Notations Ticket Out the Door

12 - Independence Contrast the views held by the Federalists and Anti-federalists regarding the Constitution. Ratifying the Constitution

13 GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM SCHOOL DISTRICT 9. What political traditions and tensions appear in the early years of the republic? B C D F A B C D A B C D F H I J A B D B C D A D B C D A C A A B Content (What the Student Will Know) The First President Washington s Cabinet The First Congress Building the Nation s Economy Early Challenges Washington s Farewell The First Political Parties (What the Student will Do) Discuss the actions Washington and Congress took to launch the new government. Recognize the development of Washington s first cabinet. Describe the president s power as it relates to Congress. Define the Judiciary Act of Identify how Hamilton proposed to strengthen the nation s credit and economy. Analyze the Whiskey Rebellion. Describe how the Federal Government asserted its power in the West. Investigate how the i d S i d Compare and Contrast Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions Vocabulary Poetic Expressions Share-One, Get- One Graphic Organizers Video Clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Think- Pair-Share Role Play Taboo Matrix

14 8.4.7.C D John Adams United States tried to stay out of European Conflicts. XYZ Affair List Washington s chief points in his farewell speech. Alien and Sedition Acts Explain how Political Parties got started and what positions they supported. Contrast how John Adams and Thomas Jefferson became candidates in opposing parties in the election of Explain why the United States fought in an undeclared war with France. Determine why the Alien and Sedition acts divided the Country.

15 GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM SCHOOL 10. How did the events of the Jefferson Era strengthen the nation? B C D F A B C D A B C D F H J A B D B C D A B C D B C D A D A B A Content (What the Student Will Know) The Jefferson Era The Republicans take Power The Louisiana Purchase Path to War The War of 1812 The Canadian Campaign The British Offensive (What the Student will Do) Explain how the election deadlock of 1800 was resolved. Summarize how John Marshall strengthened the Supreme Court. Examine the acquisition and exploration of the Louisiana Territory Discuss the results of Jefferson s actions in sending ships against the Barbary Pirates in promoting a trade ban. Compare and contrast why Tecumseh wanted a confederation and the War Hawks wanted a war. Analyze the factors that contributed to the outbreak of the War of Investigate how the American plan to invade Canada failed. Compare and Contrast Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions. Vocabulary Puzzles Poetic Expressions Graphic Organizers Video Clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Think-Pair- Share Post-it Notes Videos

16 8.4.7.A B C D Fort McHenry The Battle of New Orleans Trace the course of the war. Explain the tactics used by the British in the capturing of Washington DC. The Treaty of Ghent Describe inspiration for writing the Star-Spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key. The Hartford Convention Research why Andrew Jackson fought a battle after the war was over. Nationalism Explain the provisions of the Treaty of Ghent in Theorize how the Federalist Party lost respect. Trace how the War Hawks took the Republican Party in a new direction.

17 GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM SCHOOL 11. What affects did economic growth and expansion have on the United States society? C D A B C D A B B C D A B E A A D A A B 8:3.7.A A B C D Content (What the Student Will Know) Economic Growth Textile Mills Westward Bound The Growth of Sectionalism Missouri Compromise The Monroe Doctrine (What the Student will Do) List the reasons why New England was ideal for the development of factories. Discuss Lowell s Mills and the Lowell Girls. Trace how land and water transportation expanded in the early 1800s. Describe the different positions of Webster, Calhoun and Clay that helped intensify sectionalism. Summarize the disagreement between the North and the South that resulted in the Missouri Compromise. Explain how the Monroe Doctrine was a product of United States nationalism. Map Exercises Chapter Readings Primary Source Questions Human Whip Vocabulary Poetic Expressions Graphic Organizers Videos Video Clips Groups Activities Class Discussion Artistic Cultural Role Play Think-Pair- Share Ticket Out the Door Debate

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