American History I
Welcome to United States History. We look forward to an exciting and successful year. Listed below is some general information regarding curriculum, behavioral expectations, classroom procedures, grading policies, conferencing information, and tutoring. Our textbook is The Americans,. Holt McDougal. 2014
Unit 1: American Beginnings to 1783 p.3-126 Chapters 1-4
Chapter 1 Three Worlds Meet p.3-32
Chapter 2 The American Colonies Emerge p.34-63
Chapter 3 The Colonies Come of Age p. 65-92
Test 1 Chapters 1-3
Chapter 4 The War for Independence p. 95-126
Unit 2: A New Nation p. 130-268 Chapters 5-8
Chapter 5 Shaping a new Nation p. 130-178
Test 2 Chapters 4-5
Chapter 6 Launching \The New Nation p.180-208
Test 3 Chapter 6
Chapter 7 Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism p. 210-236
Test 4 Chapter 7
Chapter 8 Reforming American Society p. 238-268
Unit 3: An Era of Growth and Disunion p. 272-402 Chapters 9-12
Chapter 9 Expanding Markets and Moving West p. 272-300
Test 5 Chapters 8-9
Chapter10 The Union in Peril p.302-334
Chapter 11 The Civil War p. 336-373
Test 6 Chapters 10-11
Chapter12 Reconstruction and Its Effects p. 375-402
Test 7 Chapter 12
Unit 4: Migration and Industrialization p. 407-507 Chapters 13-16
Chapter 13 Changes on the Western Frontier p. 407-433
Chapter 14 A New Industrial Age p. 436-457
Chapter 15 Immigrants and Urbanization p. 460-479
Chapter 16 Life at the turn of the 20th Century p. 480-507
Test 8 Chapters 13-16
Unit 5: Progressives and Imperialism p.512-571 Chapters17-18
Chapter 17 The Progressive Era p. 512-543
Chapter 18 Imperialism p. 548-571
Test 955 Chapters 17-18
- Adhere to all policies listed in your student handbook.
- Be on time and be prepared. Bring pen, notebook, and book every day.
- Be respectful.
- Be proud. Always do your best.
All assignments are due at the beginning of class. Late work will only be accepted one day after the due date and will be penalized 25%. If you are missing an assignment, it is your responsibility to make up the work you missed. Your grade will be an average of quizzes, homework, class work, tests, and a Final exam.
Homework/Class work: 25%
Exams: 25% of your Semester grade
Conference/Tutoring: Anyone wishing to schedule a conference or receive tutoring may schedule an appointment. School Phone 704 290-1520 School E-mail email@example.com
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