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11.3 B Teacher Guide for Synthesis Activity

U.S. History
Unit 3B: Sectionalism and the Civil War
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11.3 B Teacher Guide for Synthesis Activity

Students will complete a venn diagram and write an essay that responds to the question: "Between 1800 and 1865, to what extent did expansion of US borders lead to / cause / contribute to a rise in sectionalism?"

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11.4 Teacher Guide for Vocabulary Review Activity - Concept Maps
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11.4 Teacher Guide for Vocabulary Review Activity - Concept Maps

Students will create a concept map illustrating understanding of both content and vocabulary.

11.8 B: Teacher Materials for Primary Source Deep Dive: Japanese Internment - Alternative 2
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11.8 B: Teacher Materials for Primary Source Deep Dive: Japanese Internment - Alternative 2

Students will read an excerpt from Farewell to Manzanar and compare it to experiences of Muslim-Americans after 9/11.

2017 Regents Preparation and Planning Guide for Teachers
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2017 Regents Preparation and Planning Guide for Teachers

In this guide, teachers will find: reflection activities, information retention literature and strategies, planning resources, a calendar, and more. 

Breaking Down the DBQ Task
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Breaking Down the DBQ Task

This presentation should be used in conjunction with the graphic organizer of the same name.  

Concept Mapping

Regents Readiness
Exam is no longer offered after August 2021 : Regents Prep for US History | Traditional Exam
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Concept Mapping

Teacher guide to concept mapping - a tool to review content.  

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Frequency Mapping of US History Regents Exam

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Frequency Mapping of US History Regents Exam

Frequency map made by NVPS of tested content on the US History regents exam 

Political Cartoon Analysis Routine - Practice

Regents Readiness
Exam is no longer offered after August 2021 : Regents Prep for US History | Traditional Exam
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Political Cartoon Analysis Routine - Practice

This routine asks students to analyze the words, actions, and visuals to determine the meaning or main idea of a political cartoon. 

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Teacher Guide for Close Read 1: Native American Speeches

U.S. History
Unit 1 : Colonial Foundations
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Teacher Guide for Close Read 1: Native American Speeches

Students will do a close read of Native American speeches in order to understand the impact of European colonization on Native Americans.

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Teacher Guide for Close Read 1: Texas Annexation

U.S. History
Unit 3B: Sectionalism and the Civil War
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Teacher Guide for Close Read 1: Texas Annexation

Students will read and analyze arguments for and against the annexation of slavery.

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Teacher Guide for Close Read 2: Dred Scott v. Sandford

U.S. History
Unit 3B: Sectionalism and the Civil War
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Teacher Guide for Close Read 2: Dred Scott v. Sandford

Students will analyze the impact of the ruling in Dred Scott v. Sanford on African Americans in 1857.

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Teacher Guide for Close Read 3: Articles of Confederation vs. Constitution
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Teacher Guide for Close Read 3: Articles of Confederation vs. Constitution

Students will compare and contrast the Articles of Confederation with the U.S. Constitution.