Unit 4:


Themes: Equality, Citizenship, Constitutional Principles
12 days

Following the U.S. Civil War, the United States entered a period of Reconstruction. Federal policies revolving around economic and political reform resulted in expansion of the economy, as well as an expansion of constitutional rights.  However, those rights were undermined, and issues of inequality continued for African Americans, women, Native Americans, Mexican Americans, and Chinese immigrants. 


Unit Outline

38 Components


US History - Unit 4 Unit Plan See 1 itemHide 1 item

End of Unit Assessments See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Unit Introduction and Vocabulary See 4 itemsHide 4 items

Building Context See 1 itemHide 1 item

Reconstruction - New Visions for Public Schools in collaboration with Facing History and Ourselves See 17 itemsHide 17 items

Effects of Reconstruction See 4 itemsHide 4 items

Women's Rights Movement See 3 itemsHide 3 items

Westward Expansion See 4 itemsHide 4 items

Impact of Westward Expansion on Immigrants See 1 itemHide 1 item

Unit Synthesis Task See 1 itemHide 1 item