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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
Resources: Regents Prep for US History
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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
Resources: Regents Prep for US History
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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.