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Monday, 12 December 2011. Planner page 56. 1. Current Events (Set 14) 2. New S.O.A. 3. Ch. 6 Input Chart 4. Ch. 6 Vocabulary 5. Launching a New Nation 6. Cornell notes 7. HW due Wednesday. Today ’ s History Standard is 8.2. Tuesday, 13 December 2011. Planner page 56.

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Monday 12 december 2011

Monday, 12 December 2011

Planner page 56

  • 1. Current Events (Set 14)

  • 2. New S.O.A.

  • 3. Ch. 6 Input Chart

  • 4. Ch. 6 Vocabulary

  • 5. Launching a New Nation

  • 6. Cornell notes

  • 7. HW due Wednesday

Today’s History Standard is 8.2


Tuesday 13 december 2011

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Planner page 56

  • 1. Current Event #2

  • 2. Washington Video

  • 3. Ch. 6 Vocabulary

  • 4. Launching a New Nation

  • 5. Cornell notes

  • 6. Hamilton & Finances

Today’s History Standard is 8.2


Wednesday 14 december 2011

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Planner page 56

  • 1. Current Event #3

  • 2. Cornell Notes

  • 3. Ch. 6 Vocabulary

  • 4. Hamilton & Finances

  • 5. Hamilton vs. Jefferson

  • 6. Collage HW due

Today’s History Standard is 8.2


Thursday 15 december 2011

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Planner page 56

  • 1. Current Event #4

  • 2. Hamilton & Finances

  • 3. Cornell Notes

  • 4. Hamilton vs. Jefferson

  • 5. Political Parties

  • 6. Reading HW: 205-211

Today’s History Standard is 8.2


Friday 16 december 2011

Friday, 16 December 2011

1. Current Event #5

2. Hughes Clues

3. Democrat or Republican?

4. Ch. 6 Vocabulary

5. Rdg: New Challenges

6. Raffle

Planner page 56

Today’s History Standard is 8.3


Constitution collage

Constitution Collage

Executive Branch: Article II

Legislative Branch: Article I

  • This is President Obama meeting with the Prime Minister of Iraq. He is acting as Chief of State and meeting with a world leader

  • This is the House of Representatives. They are voting in Congress and deciding whether or not an idea called a “Bill” will become a law.

13th Amendment

  • The 13th Amendment abolished slavery after the Civil War. It made slavery illegal and freed slaves in the South.


Constitution collage1

Constitution Collage

Judicial Branch: Article III

The Preamble: Provide for the Common Defense

  • The Supreme Court reviews laws to make sure they are Constitutional. The Justices also can declare an act of the President unconstitional.

  • One goal of the government stated in the Preamble is to protect and defend the United States. The government has military forces like the Army, Navy and Marine Corps to do this.

2nd Amendment

  • The 2nd Amendment protects all Americans of legal age to own or possess certain types of firearms for our own protection or use.


Chapter 6 cornell notes washington leads a new nation

Chapter 6 Cornell Notes: Washington Leads a New Nation

Questions

Main ideas, notes, answers

  • 1. What was the role of women after the Revolution? (Pg. 196)

  • Republican Motherhood

  • 2. What steps were taken by Washington to set-up and organize the new government? (Pg. 197-198)

  • 3. What were Americans’ expectations of the new government? (Pg. 198-199)

  • A. Some women wanted to be more than house wives.

  • B. Mothers taught children citizenship

  • C. Fewer educational opportunities

  • D. No politics or business

  • 1. Established first precedents

  • 2. Selected first cabinet secretaries

  • 3. Judiciary Act (Federal Courts)

  • 4. Appointed first justices

  • A. Improve trade & stronger economy

  • B. Fair tax laws & protective tariffs

  • C. Support farmers & business people

  • D. Right to settle new lands


Chapter 6 cornell notes washington leads a new nation1

Chapter 6 Cornell Notes: Washington Leads a New Nation

Questions

Main ideas, notes, answers

  • 4 Describe the financial & economic issues facing the new nation: Pg. 198-199

  • 1. States debts over $25 million

  • 2. Federal debts over $50 million

  • 3. Money owed on bonds (I.O.U)

  • 4. Speculators bought bonds

  • 5. Need for National Bank (credit)

  • 6. State debts “assumed”

  • 7. Capitol moved to Virginia


Current events set 14

Current Events (Set 14)

1. “Astronomical Rarity: Total Lunar Eclipse Seen as Moon Passes Through Shadow of Earth & Sun .”

Red moon celestial phenomenon will not be visible again in the United States until April 15, 2014.

Since the atmosphere only scatters blue light, the red light struck the moon & gave it a crimson hue


Current event 2

Current Event #2

  • 2. “Lowe’s Backlash: Company Denounced For Pulling TV Ads from TLC’s All American Muslim.”

  • Endorsing hate? Celebrities call for boycott after accusing Lowe’s of responding to anti-Islamic fears.

The TLC reality show focuses on five Muslim families in the greater Detroit area


Current event 3

Current Event #3

3. “Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case Over Enforcement of Arizona’s State Immigration Law.”

Four provisions of law have been blocked by lower court over hiring and questioning of legal status.

President Obama (Executive Branch) challenged Arizona law as a Federal responsibility


Current event 4

Current Event #4

  • 4. “Circulation Bottom Line: United States Mint Suspends Production of Presidential $1 Coins.”

  • Treasury Department says $1.4 billion in unused coins currently sit in the Federal Reserve vault.

32 cents to make

Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005

George Washington #1 through James Garfield #20; stopping will save $50 million per year


Current event 5

Current Event #5

  • 5. “Scientists Find Clues to Long-Sought Higgs Boson God Particle; the Tiniest Origin of Mass.”

  • Physicists find evidence of elusive subatomic particle considered a building block of the universe.

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particle accelerator in Switzerland is being used to separate it


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