Tuesday, March 24, 2015

US History: Homework 3/26-4/2/15


U.S History & Govt                                                                         3/26 – 4/2/15


Homework Assignments


All assignments are due by the date listed in the “date due” column. 


 

Please see me in advance if you have any problems with any assignment.   The following heading must be used on all assignments to gain credit for your work:


YOUR NAME                                                                                  SUBJECT

ASSIGNMENT TITLE (on each assignment)                                    CLASS PERIOD

You must write out all questions AND answer in complete sentences for work to be accepted!

All work must be on loose-leaf or notebook paper in standard blue or black pen unless otherwise stated. 

Typed work will not be accepted.

 

OBJECTIVE

ASSIGNMENT TITLE

DATE DUE

Content Review

Chapter 20 Section 1 Notes

Thursday, 3/26

Content Review

Chapter 19 Test

Blue or Black pen required to take test!  Make up for legal absence is Thursday, 4/2 in 2534.  Door locked at 2:05.  Quizlet was opened on 3/13/15.

Friday, 3/27
TEST TODAY!!
Content Review

Chapter 20 Section 2 Notes

Chapter 20 Section 3 Notes

Chapter 20 Section 1 Questions
Chapter 20 Section 2 Questions
Monday, 3/30
Content Review

Chapter 20 Section 3 Questions

Tuesday, 3/31
Content Review

Chapter 19 Vocabulary (words due and quiz on them today)

Blue or Black pen required to take quiz!  Make up for legal absence is Thursday, 4/2 in 2534.  Door locked at 2:05.

 

Wed., 4/1
QUIZ TODAY!!
Content Review

Chapter 20 Test

Blue or Black pen required to take test!  Make up for legal absence is Wednesday, 4/15 in 2534.  Door locked at 2:05.  Quizlet was opened on 3/24/15.

Friday, 4/2
TEST TODAY!!

 

 

Don’t want to do homework?  Remember the consequences of your choices:

1.    Get a zero on every assignment you fail to complete AND on homework quizzes!  (not recommended)

2.    Possible failure of the marking period (also not recommended!)

 

ALL 11th GRADERS, no matter what course you are in...


I received an email today that states every single 11th grader MUST update/sign up for Naviance.  There are supposed to be pamphlets for all of you in my mailbox for distribution tomorrow...
 
That said, here is a quote from the email I received from Administration: 

 "Students will have to log into their existing account.  All students will be required to update their email address.  In addition to all of the useful tools, students will use this program to submit ALL college applications. The directions are included in the pamphlet.  Please assign this as a homework."
 
I have to send confirmation of your compliance to Mrs. Santorelli & Mr. Abenes by THIS FRIDAY.  Be sure you follow the information above if you have an account already (seems like everyone is required to update their accounts) OR create one NOW if you don't already have one.  Yes, Seniors, I'm sure they mean you as well since it deals with college.  If you are unsure check with Mr. Abenes.
 
This means I have to count it as a grade, which means you will need to bring me some kind of proof that it was done.  Giving you a heads-up so you can take care of it pronto!

US History: Ch 20 Sec 3 Notes

This continues your Ch 20 notes.
HAND COPY into binder.
HWQ on due date.
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US History: Ch 20 Sec 2 Notes

This continues your Ch 20 notes.
HAND COPY into binder.
HWQ on due date.
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US History: Chapter 20 Questions


Chapter 20 Questions

 

Chapter 20 Section 1:  Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues

  1. What problems did returning soldiers face?
  2. How did Americans respond to the conditions left by WWI?
  3. Why did the Red Scare being in the US?
  4. Why did the Palmer Raids occur?
  5. How are Sacco & Vanzetti “victims” of Postwar America?
  6. What became the dominant attitude of Americans during the early 1920s?
  7. Why did the KKK rise again after WWI?
  8. What were the beliefs of the KKK?
  9. Why was the Emergency Quota Act enacted in 1924?
  10. How did the Emergency Quota Act change in 1924?
  11. To whom did immigration quotas not apply?
  12. Why did strikes develop in 1919?
  13. Describe the scene of the Steel Mill strike in 1919.
  14. How was the Coal Miner’s Strike of 1919 different from the Steel Worker’s Strike?
  15. Why did the labor movement lose its momentum during the 1920s?

 

Chapter 20 Section 2:  The Harding Presidency

  1. What was the goal of the Washington Naval Conference?
  2. What were the issues that developed with France & England repaying their war debts to the US?
  3. How did Dawes help the situation in Germany?
  4. Explain the Dawes Plan.
  5. Why was Harding’s Cabinet filled with problems?
  6. Explain the Teapot Dome Scandal.

 

Chapter 20 Section 3:  The Business of America

  1. What did Coolidge favor?
  2. Identify four ways the automobile changed America.
  3. How did cars help create “urban sprawl?”
  4. What did the auto industry symbolize?
  5. Identify three ways airplanes changed the US.
  6. What changed the way most Americans lived?
  7. Identify 5 ways electricity changed the US.
  8. How did modern advertising develop?
  9. How did increased production & expansion create trouble by the end of the 1920s?
  10. How did buying goods on credit become a problem by the end of the 1920s?

 

 

US History: Chapter 20 Questions


Chapter 20 Questions

 

Chapter 20 Section 1:  Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues

  1. What problems did returning soldiers face?
  2. How did Americans respond to the conditions left by WWI?
  3. Why did the Red Scare being in the US?
  4. Why did the Palmer Raids occur?
  5. How are Sacco & Vanzetti “victims” of Postwar America?
  6. What became the dominant attitude of Americans during the early 1920s?
  7. Why did the KKK rise again after WWI?
  8. What were the beliefs of the KKK?
  9. Why was the Emergency Quota Act enacted in 1924?
  10. How did the Emergency Quota Act change in 1924?
  11. To whom did immigration quotas not apply?
  12. Why did strikes develop in 1919?
  13. Describe the scene of the Steel Mill strike in 1919.
  14. How was the Coal Miner’s Strike of 1919 different from the Steel Worker’s Strike?
  15. Why did the labor movement lose its momentum during the 1920s?

 

Chapter 20 Section 2:  The Harding Presidency

  1. What was the goal of the Washington Naval Conference?
  2. What were the issues that developed with France & England repaying their war debts to the US?
  3. How did Dawes help the situation in Germany?
  4. Explain the Dawes Plan.
  5. Why was Harding’s Cabinet filled with problems?
  6. Explain the Teapot Dome Scandal.

 

Chapter 20 Section 3:  The Business of America

  1. What did Coolidge favor?
  2. Identify four ways the automobile changed America.
  3. How did cars help create “urban sprawl?”
  4. What did the auto industry symbolize?
  5. Identify three ways airplanes changed the US.
  6. What changed the way most Americans lived?
  7. Identify 5 ways electricity changed the US.
  8. How did modern advertising develop?
  9. How did increased production & expansion create trouble by the end of the 1920s?
  10. How did buying goods on credit become a problem by the end of the 1920s?

 

 

US History: Ch 20 Vocab


Chapter 20 Vocabulary




1.     Communism                              

2.    Anarchist

3.    Sacco & Vanzetti

4.    Calvin Coolidge

5.    Warren G. Harding

6.    Kellogg-Brand Pact

7.    Isolationist

8.    Quota System

9.    Teapot Dome Scandal

10.  Urban Sprawl

11.  Installment Plan