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  1. Pre-AP Mon Feb 28, 2011 DLG: Identify the disagreements between the North and South that caused tensions to grow HW: (1) Chap 15 Sec 2- page 18, (2) Chap 15 Test – Wednesday, Mar 9th • Warm-Up • TSCR 49 & 50 • On page _17_ write the title, Chap 15, Sec 1 Cause and Effect/Summary • Draw “4-box” cause and effect map • Compare Mo. Compromise (Chap 11, Sec3) to Compromise of 1850 using a Venn Diagram or Double Bubble – at least 3 for each • TODAY’s Activity • Go over most missed questions from test • Discuss notes (refer to DLG) and complete cause and effect map • Summary • TAKs prac

  2. Tensions that Divided the Country

  3. Pre-AP Tues Mar 1, 2011 DLG: Explain why the tensions led to acts of violence HW: (1) Chap 15 Sec 3 – page 20, (2) Chap 15 Test – Wednesday, Mar 9th • Warm-Up (10 mins) • TSCR 51 & 52 • Share Mo. Compromise and Compromise of 1850 Venn Diagram • Discuss Summary for Chap 15, Sec 1 (on page 17) • TODAY’s Activity • Discuss Chap 15, sec 2 notes by completing the chart on page 19 • Summary of Chap 15, Sec 2

  4. Critical Thinking: Cause and Effect

  5. Mo. Compromise Compromise of 1850

  6. Free and Slave States Territories, 1820–1854 Compromise of 1850 Missouri Compromise 1820-1821 Kansas-Nebraska Act 1864 • What new free states and slave states entered the Union between 1820 and 1854? • How did the Kansas Nebraska Act change the amount of territory open to slavery?

  7. Connections to the Civil War – pg. 19 How are these issues connected to the Civil War? Comparing the views. Summary of Chap 15, Sec 2

  8. Pre-AP Wed Mar 2, 2011 DLG: Explain historical conflicts arising over the issue of states' rights, slavery including Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Dred Scott Case. HW: (1) Chap 15 Sec 4 – page 22, (2) Chap 15 Review Sheet on Netschool (3) Chap 15 Test – Wednesday, Mar 9th • Warm-Up • Read Excerpt from Uncle Tom’s Cabin • As you are reading, make a chart of key people, places, and events • TODAY’s Activity • Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Chapter-in-a -Day • Discuss Chap 15, Sec 3 • Summary

  9. Uncle Tom’s Cabin(UTC)…Chapter-In-A-Day • Read your section of UTC • As you are reading, make a list of key people, places, and events • Work with a partner to complete your Chapter-In-A-Day Chart (combine your lists to make a chart) • Chapter-In-A-Day Chart: Create a three column chart on construction paper or big post-it like the example on the board • Circle the 3 most important People, Places, and Events and create three sentences. Write your sentences underneath the chart

  10. Pre-AP Thurs Mar 3 , 2011 DLG: Explain historical conflicts arising over the issue of states' rights, slavery including Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Dred Scott Case. HW: (1)Chap 15 Review Sheet on Netschool (2) Chap 15 Quiz – Tues, Mar 8th (3) Chap 15 Test – Wednesday, Mar 9th • Warm-Up • Dred Scott Activity – page 21 • TODAY’s Activity • Discuss Sec 4 – page 22

  11. The Last Moments of John Brown (1884) by Thomas Hovenden Harper’s Ferry (1859)

  12. Pre-AP Fri Mar 4, 2011 DLG: Explain historical conflicts arising over the issue of states' rights, slavery including Lincoln’s Election and Southern Secession. HW: (1)Finish Causes of Civil War Flow Map, (2)Chap 15 Review Sheet on Netschool (3) Chap 15 Quiz – Tues, Mar 8th (4) Chap 15 Test – Wednesday, Mar 9th • Warm-Up • TSCR 53 & 54 • TODAY’s Activity • Finish Sec 4 notes, if necessary • Categorize and Create Flow – Causes of Civil War – p. 23 of notebook

  13. The Election of 1860 BACK TO LESSON

  14. Abraham Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address March 4, 1861Washington, D.C. We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection. The mystic chords of memory, stretching from every battlefield and patriot grave to every living heart and hearthstone all over this broad land, will yet swell the chorus of the Union, when again touched, as surely they will be, by the better angels of our nature.

  15. TAKS Practice

  16. TAKS Practice

  17. TAKS Practice

  18. TAKS Practice— Obj. 2— 8.12a a) a source of transportation b) power for factories c) a shield from wild animals d) a natural boundary for territories The early English colonists of North America settled near rivers, which provided resources and ---

  19. TAKS Practice— Obj. 3— 8.25b

  20. TAKS Practice— Obj. 3— 8.5b By 1832 many southerners opposed protective tariffs because these tariffs--- Increased the cost of owning slaves Lowered the price of cotton Increased the price of foreign manufactured goods Discouraged the construction of new factories