Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Thank you!

Just a quick note to thank you again for your birthday wishes and, to period 8 to singing.  Which I still wish you had not done.  And yes, my Mom already called & sang to me.  :)


See you tomorrow!

Friday, October 24, 2014

Global II: Chapter 25 Section 4 Notes


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Global II: Chapter 25 Section 3 Notes


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Global II: Chapter 25 Section 2 Notes


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Global II: Chapter 25 Section 1 Notes


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Global II: CHapter 25 Vocab


Vocabulary:

Chapter 25

 

  1. Industrial Revolution
  2. Crop Rotation
  3. Industrialization
  4. Factors of Production
  5. Factory
  6. Entrepreneur
  7. Urbanization
  8. Middle Class
  9. Laissez faire
  10. Adam Smith
  11. Capitalism
  12. Socialism
  13. Karl Marx
  14. Communism
  15. Union
  16. Collective Bargaining
  17. Strike

 

 

REMEMBER!  When a vocabulary word is a person you need to know where they are from and why they are important enough to be in your textbook!

Global II: Chapter 25 Questions


The Agrarian Revolution

1.    What was the significance of the Agrarian Revolution?

 

The Industrial Revolution Begins

1.    What were the causes of the Industrial Revolution?

2.    Why did the Industrial Revolution start in Great Britain?

3.    What geographic factors help explain why industrialization began in Great Britain?

 

Industrialization Spreads

1.    Why might it be important to have fast, reliable transportation between industrial cities in any one nation, such as Manchester & Liverpool in Great Britain.

2.    What factors fed the spread of industrialization in Europe.

3.    Why did European cities grow so quickly in the 19th Century?

 

Effects of the Industrial Revolution

1.    Why might the British Parliament have examined the conditions of child factory workers?

2.    How did the effects of industrialization in the US compare to those in Great Britain?

3.    What were the effects of the Industrial Revolution?

4.    How do you think the environment was affected in areas of industrial concentration?

5.    How were the effects of industrialization uneven across Europe?

6.    How was socialism a response to industrialization?

 

 

 

Results of the Industrial Revolution

1.    What were the social impacts of industrialization on Europe?

2.    Why do you think the working conditions during the Industrial Revolution led some to argue for socialism?

3.    Why might the work of realists, like Charles Dickens, have inspires social reform?

4.    How did the Industrial Revolution impact the formation of new political systems?

5.    How did the Industrial Revolution impact the formation of new economic systems?

6.    Discuss the major social changes that occurred during the Industrial Revolution.

7.    How did the Industrial Revolution influence women’s roles in society?

8.    How did the working-class family change in the late 1800s?

9.    How did society change as a result of urbanization?

10.  How did society change as a result of industrialization?

11.  What were some reasons governments promoted public education?

Global II: Chapter 25 Writing Assignments


Writing Assignments:

All writing assignments should be 2-3 pages long (“front-back-front” is 3, not three full sheets!)  They must be labeled and handwritten.  You do not need to re-write the question.  Assignments that fail to meet the minimum length requirement will not be graded. Any assignment copied from any source instead of being done on your own will result is administrative intervention for plagiarism.

 

Writing Assignment #1:

·         Choose 1 invention from the Agrarian Revolution & 2 from the Industrial Revolution.  For each, name the invention, describe its purpose, & analyze how it helped advance society.

Writing Assignment #2:

·         You are a young girl working in a textile factory.  Write a diary entry describing your typical work day.

Writing Assignment #3:

·         Under penalty of a long prison term & torture, you are forced to pick if Karl Marx’s ideas are correct or if Adam Smith’s are right.  Write a letter to the judge hearing your case stating who you believe has the “right” idea and justify your opinion.  Be convincing or you will lose your case!

Writing Assignment #4:

·         Over a century later, was the Industrial Revolution more beneficial or more harmful to the global community?  Fully support your claim(s.)

Global II: Homework & Due Dates, 10/27-11/7/14


Global H&G II                                                                        10/27 – 11/7/14


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. 

Typed work will not be accepted.

ALL NOTES MUST BE COPIED BY HAND!

 

OBJECTIVE

ASSIGNMENT TITLE

DATE DUE

Content Review

Chapter 25 Section 1 Notes

Chapter 25 Section 2 Notes
Monday, 10/27
Content Review
Chapter 25 Questions (use your notes, textbook, & brains!):
The Agrarian Revolution; The Industrial Revolution Begins; Industrialization Spreads
Tuesday, 10/28
Content Review
Chapter 25 Section 3 Notes
Wed., 10/29
Content Review
Chapter 25 Questions (use your notes, textbook, & brains!):
Effects of the Industrial Revolution
Thursday, 10/30
Content Review

Chapter 25 Section 4 Notes

Friday, 10/31
Content Review
Chapter 25 Questions (use your notes, textbook, & brains!):
Results of the Industrial Revolution
Monday, 11/3
Content Review
Writing Assignment #1
Writing Assignment #2
Writing Assignment #3
Wed., 11/5
Content Review
Writing Assignment #4
Chapter 25 Vocabulary (words due and quiz on them today)
Blue or Black pen required to take quiz!  Make up for legal absence is Thursday, 11/6 in 2534.  Door locked at 2:05.
Thursday, 11/6

Content Review

Chapter 25 Test
Blue or Black pen required to take test!  Make up for legal absence is Thursday, 11/13 in 2534.  Door locked at 2:05.
Friday, 11/7
TEST TODAY!!

 

 

 

US History: Chapter 7 Section 4 Notes (Parts 1 & 2)


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US History: Chapter 7, Sections 1, 2, & 3 Notes


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US History: Chapter 7 Vocab List


Chapter 7 Vocabulary
 


1.     Interchangeable Parts

2.    Mass Production

3.    Industrial Revolution

4.    The American System

5.    Henry Clay

6.    Tariff of 1816

7.    National Road

8.    Erie Canal

9.    John Quincy Adams

10.  Nationalism

11.  Missouri Compromise

12.  Andrew Jackson

13.  Democratic Republican Party

14.  Spoils System

15.  Indian Removal Act

16.  Trail of Tears

17.  John C. Calhoun

18.  Tariff of Abominations

19.  Bank of the United States

20.  Whig Party

21.  Martin van Buren

22.  Panic of 1837

23.  William Henry Harrison

24.  John Tyler

US History: Chapter 7 Questions


Chapter 7 Questions

Section 1: Regional Economies Create Differences

1.    How did Eli Whitney affect the South?

2.    How did interchangeable parts & mass production affect production in the United States?

3.    Why did the Industrial revolution begin in the United States?

4.    How did Jefferson help start the Industrial Revolution in the United States?

5.    Why did New England industrialize?

6.    How did textiles affect New England’s industrialization process?

7.    Why is Lowell, MA important?

8.    Why did Northerners turn away from agriculture?

9.    Why did cotton “become king” in the South?

10.  How did Whitney’s Cotton Gin change the cotton industry?

11.  How is slavery tied to the Cotton Gin?

12.  Who proposed the American System?

13.  Describe the American System.

14.  Why did Madison propose the Tariff of 1816?

15.  Why were the National Road & Erie Canal important improvements to the United States?

 

Section 2: Nationalism at Center Stage

1.    Why is Robert Fulton important?

2.    Explain the issue in Gibbons v. Ogden.

3.    Explain the decision in Gibbons v. Ogden.

4.    Explain the issue in McCulloch v. Maryland.

5.    Explain the decision in McCulloch v. Maryland.

6.    How did nationalism influence John Quincy Adam’s policies at Secretary of State?

7.    How did the United States gain Florida?

8.    Explain the Monroe Doctrine.

9.    Why did people move westward?

10.  Why was there an issue with Missouri becoming a state?

11.  Describe the Missouri Compromise.

12.  How did the Missouri Compromise affect the United States?

 

Section 3: The Age of Jackson

1.    What did the deaths of John Adams & Thomas Jefferson represent?

2.    Describe the results of the Election of 1824.

3.    Why was it decided that Adams won the presidential election?

4.    How did Jackson’s supporters respond to the declaration of Adam’s being named president?

5.    How did Adams affect voting rights in the United States?

6.    How did Jackson attempt to win the 1828 Election?

7.    In your own words, describe Jackson’s “spoils system.”

8.    Do you think the spoils system was a good idea or a bad one – and fully explain your opinion.

9.    Who were the “Five Civilized Tribes?”

10.  Explain the Indian Removal Act of 1830.

11.  Why is the “Trail of Tears” an appropriate name for that event?

12.  Explain the issue in Worcester v. Georgia.

13.  Explain the decision in Worcester v. Georgia.

 

Section 4: Jackson, State’s Rights, and the National Bank

1.    Why was the 1828 tariff called an “abomination?”

2.    How did the Tariff of 1828 affect the South?

3.    How did the Tariff of 1828 affect the North?

4.    Why did Vice President Calhoun devise a nullification theory?

5.    Why didn’t Calhoun sign his name to his theory?

6.    Why was the tariff question one of the great debate sin American history?

7.    What was the key question at hand, as identified by Daniel Webster?

8.    Why did South Caroline rebel in 1832?

9.    How did Jackson respond to South Carolina’s actions?

10.  Why did Jackson oppose the Bank of the United States?

11.  How did Jackson turn the American public against the Bank of the United States?

12.  Describe “pet banks.”

13.  How did pet banks affect American businesses?

14.  Why did the Whig Party develop?

15.  Describe the Panic of 1837.