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  1. Monday, 9 January 2012 1. Current Events (Set 16) 2. Unit 3 Input Chart 3. Jefferson Video 4. Ch. 7 Vocabulary 5. HW: Rdg (228-233) Planner page 62 Today’s History Standard is 8.3

  2. Tuesday, 10 January 2012 1. Current Event #2 2. Jefferson Video 3. Ch. 7 Vocabulary 4. Rdg: Jefferson’s 1st Term 5. Outline – Big Ideas Planner page 62 Today’s History Standard is 8.3

  3. Wednesday, 11 January 2012 1. Current Event #3 2. Ch. 7 Vocab 3. Louisiana Purchase 4. Lewis & Clark 5. Big Ideas 6. Map Activity Planner page 62 Today’s History Standard is 8.3

  4. Thursday, 12 January 2011 1. Current Event #4 2. Lewis & Clark Video 3. Louisiana Purchase map Planner page 62 Today’s History Standard is 8.3

  5. Friday, 13 January 2012 1. Current Event #5 2. Lewis & Clark video 3. Primary source (DBQ) 4. Lewis & Clark diary 5. Louisiana Purchase Map 6. Exit Slips Planner page 62 1804-05 = on the way there 1806 = on the way back Today’s History Standard is 8.3

  6. Current Events (Set 16) • 1. “Big Bear Teenager, Jordan Romero 15, Becomes Youngest to Scale the 7 Summits on 7 Continents.” • Teen reaches final peak in six year quest after scaling Mt. Vinson Massif (16,050’) in Antarctica. Nepal (Everest) no longer issues licenses to climbers under age 16 so record will probably stand

  7. Current Event #2 • 2. “70 Gold Rush Artifacts Discovered During Demolition of San Francisco Terminal Building .” • Archaeologists identify porcelain dolls, opium pipes, brushes, jars, bottles, chamber & tea pots. Artifacts are from a Chinese laundry and Irish working class neighborhood of Yerba Buena Cove

  8. Current Event #3 3. “Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Case of FCC Rules Versus Broadcast Television Rights.” Obama administration defends network fines for use of profanity and nudity between 6am and 10pm. 1978 law does not apply to cable or satellite tv, just free over the air broadcasts when children are watching

  9. Current Event #4 4. “Hate Crime? 12 Amish Men Plead Not Guilty in Hair Cutting Attacks in Feuding Ohio Community.” Amish believe the Bible instructs women to wear long hair & for men to stop shaving after marriage. 250,000 Amish in U.S. (Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, New York) Originally from Switzerland / Germany (Christian Sect: Anabaptist & Mennonite) Believe in Adult baptism, excommunication, shunning, & no military service Ohio (61,000) has the 2nd highest Amish (Plain People) population to Pennsylvania

  10. Current Event #5 • 5. “Confederate Submarine that Sank during Civil War in 1864 Unveiled to Public for First Time.” • Hand-powered 42 foot long H.L. Hunley is being restored in a conservation tank in South Carolina. 8 crewmen were lost after it sank the blockading Union ship USS Housatonic

  11. Supreme Court Decision: Marbury vs Madison In 1801, Congress passed the 2nd Judiciary Act increasing the number of federal judges. On his last night of office, President Adams chose many “Federalists” to fill the positions of these judges. They became known as “midnight judges” because Adams filled the positions at the last moment to make sure the Federalists would control the courts when he was no longer President. The chosen judges could not be official until the legal papers were delivered. When President Jefferson took office, some of the legal papers had not yet been delivered. He told Secretary of State Madison not to deliver the papers. One position had been given to Federalist William Marbury. Marbury decided to protest and take his case to the Supreme Court. Marbury lost his case because according to Chief Justice John Marshall, the Constitution did not give the court the power to hear Marbury’s case. • Marshall’s decision created three precedents of Judicial Review: • The Constitution is the supreme law of the land. • When conflict arises between the Constitution and any other law, the Constitution must be followed. • The Judicial Branch has the responsibility to protect and support the Constitution and can place the other two branches in check. History Standard: 8.3

  12. Chapter 7 Cornell Notes: Jefferson becomes President Questions Main ideas, notes, answers • 1. What were the results of the Election of 1800? (Pg. 228-229) • 2. How were Jefferson’s policies different from the Federalists? (Pg. 230-231) • 3. Why was Marbury vs. Madison Supreme Court Case important? (Pg. 231-232) • 4. Summary / reflection: • A. Peaceful change of political power from one party to another • B. Tied vote in the Electoral College • C. 12th Amendment creates separate ballot for President & Vice President • 1. Reduce power of government • 2. Promote farming economy • 3. Reduce political party tensions • 4. No Alien & Sedition Act • A. It established Supreme Court’s power • B. Precedent of Judicial Review • C. Court could rule actions unconstitutional