Test Breakdown Friday 5/5
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Friday 5/5 Show up at small gym at 7:15 Eat a healthy breakfast Bring at least 2 #2 pencils and 2 black/blue ink pens/ID card Wear comfortable clothes Bring a sweater/pull over/hoodie/light jacket in case it is cold Friday 5/5 No matter what…fight for every point…DON’T GIVE UP Friday 5/5 You don’t have to ace every essay to get college credit Be mindful of the time and fully complete all 4 SAQs, 1 DBQ, 1 LE I am proud of each of you and more importantly I respect each of you for taking this class Studying for Tonight and Tomorrow Review mnemonics Watch Jocz Review Videos for Content Go over Rubrics Watch LIVE YOUTUBE Review Thursday at 7p.m Don’t stay up late Don’t eat any unusual food tomrichey.net/hangouts Multiple Choice Read questions first and think of an answer BEFORE you look at the documents LOOK at the source on the document to help you with the question (author, date, and where it was published) Answer all of them, there is no penalty for wrong answers Short Answer Questions Be brief but specific and ANSWER the QUESTION 2 or 3 sentences per part are good solid answers Clearly label which part you are answering. A) B) C) The readers are looking for specific, historical evidence from history, NOT from the documents themselves Tips for DBQ/LE When writing, set aside the initial time to plan and prepare. It will result in more efficient and organized writing. On the essays your time will be clumped together. You will get warnings when you’re nearing the end of the DBQ, but you won’t be forced to move on. Stick to the assigned amount of time, if you have time left over in the end, revisit the essays. DBQ Planning (15 minutes) Read prompt 3x times and underline key words. Put prompt into your own words. Brainstorm Contextualization (Background - 3-4 sentences of information) Complete HIPP on each of the 7 documents (Historical Context, Intended Audience, POV, Purpose). Must do at least 1 aspect of HIPP for each document! Write down Synthesis (connection to another time period in US History) Write your thesis statement and be sure to address the prompt (document analysis and paragraphs) Quick DBQ Overview 1st paragraph -Contextualization (1 point) -End of 1st introduce your super awesome complex thesis (possible 2 points) Body Paragraphs -Proving your thesis with historical evidence *use of at least 6 docs to support your thesis (1 point) *specific HIPP analysis of at least 4 docs (1 point) *outside information (1 point) Closing Paragraph -Synthesis (1 point) Quick Long Essay Overview 1st paragraph your super awesome complex thesis 2nd paragraph Change (Periodization, CCOT) Causes (Causation) Similarities (Compare/Contrast) 3rd paragraph Continuity (Periodization, CCOT) Effects (Causation) Differences (Compare/Contrast) 4th paragraph -Synthesis Author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin 1820 Court case of 1803 Reducing of Cold War under Nixon Created the Great Society Court case that requires police to inform an arrested person of his right to remain to silent Zimmerman Telegraph Author of the Liberator Attorney General for JFK This amendment was created in response to FDR Father of the constitution Turning point in the revolutionary war 1607 City where bus boycott takes place Muckracker that exposes meatpacking industry Compromise that removes soldiers from the South Cold War Tension with Castro This causes U.S. to enter space race Created in response to NATO Leader of the Soviet Union during the late 1950s Senator that investigated communism Convicted of selling atomic secrets to the Soviets Fires General MacArthur Gave the Iron Curtain speech Wrote How the Other Half Lives Created the Tuskegee Institute Author of Common Sense We must be the great arsenal of democracy Created by Jane Addams Samuel Gompers was the leader of this First attempt by the government to break up trusts Attorney General that investigates the Red Scare Area in California where riots took place Name of the organization started by Betty Friedan Tries to stop communism in the Middle East If one country falls to communism, all surrounding countries will fall 1950-1953 President for the Highway Act of 1956 Ends the War of 1812 Speak softly and carry a big stick 1676 Owner of large steel corporation Tried to assimilate American Natives in 1887 Leader of a political machine Group of farmers that protest high railroad prices 1941 1857 1848 1865-1877 Controversial idea tried by FDR A 1911 fire in this company, where over 140 women workers died, led to new laws regulating work hours, working conditions, and fire codes Triangle Shirtwaist Company She authored a book on pesticides Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring 1962 Chief justice that expands rights of accused Authors of the Federalists Papers Immigrants that weren’t given a fair trail in the 1920s Tariff passed in the U.S. in 1930 3 causes of the Great Depression excessive debt, overproduction of consumer goods, weak farm economy, gov policies This group controlled American propaganda and strengthened popular support for the war Started the “back to Africa” movement Famous jazz musicians from the 1920s Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith Seward’s Folly 1803 Author on Civil Disobedience 1824 Name given to the massive attack by the Viet Cong in 1968 1890 Famous court case that dealt with evolution Founder of the NAACP This 1925 case involved a Tennessee law against the teach of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution in public schools This colorful Louisiana Senator started the "share the wealth" movement This federal agency, established in 1934, regulates the stock market and prevents the abuses practiced during the 1920s that led to the Great Crash in 1929 The Growing National Crisis: The 1850s This Catholic priest made radio broadcasts denouncing the New Deal even though he was an earlier supporter of FDR The New Deal government agency that paid subsidies to farmers to reduce the acreage of basic crops which would increase prices and, hopefully, increase farm incomes It was during this period that many New Deal programs were forced through an overwhelmingly Democratically-controlled Congress This economist was a proponent of deficit spending by the U. S. government in times of acute economic difficulties. His ideas influenced many New Dealers Attempts to conciliate an aggressor by making concessions to him These laws were enacted by Congress in the 1930s to prevent the U. S. from becoming involved in the growing conflicts in Europe and Asia Diplomacy in the Inter-War Years FDR's view of the U. S. role in World War II as a supplier of war materials to countries fighting the Nazis and the Japanese He was the scientific director of the secret Manhattan Project that created the first atomic bomb The U. S. military strategy during World War II in the Pacific in order to reach within striking distance of Japan The U. S. policy, proposed by George Kennan, that attempted to prevent Soviet power and Communism from expanding into non-Communist nations Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War The State Department official who was convicted of perjury in the celebrated "pumpkin papers" trial during the Second Red Scare Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War The southern, conservative wing of the Democratic party who were bitterly opposed to Truman's civil rights agenda Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War He was executed along with his wife for transferring atomic secrets to a Soviet spy Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War This federal law greatly reduced the power of labor unions, forcing unions to wait 60 days before striking and also forbade them to contribute to political campaigns Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War The practice of recklessly accusing someone of supporting or belonging to the Communist Party Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War A special House committee that investigated those whom the committee suspected of being Communists or disloyal Americans Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War President Truman relieved him of his command because this general failed to implement the President's policies in Korea Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War The policy of giving U. S. economic aid to the nations of Europe to help them rebuild their war-torn economies Truman and the Beginning of the Cold War
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