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11.3 A: Unit Multiple Choice Exam

U.S. History
Unit 3A: Building a Nation
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11.3 A: Unit Multiple Choice Exam

Student multiple choice exam for unit 11.3A and teacher answer key.

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Abolitionist Movement

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Abolitionist Movement

Students will examine a number of primary sources from the abolition movement and analyze the arguments made in these primary sources.  

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Building Context: Geography of North America in 1800

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Building Context: Geography of North America in 1800

Students will examine a map of North America in 1800 and make predictions about American expansion.  

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Early Women's Rights Movement

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Early Women's Rights Movement

Students will compare two primary source documents regarding the early women's rights movement. 

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Early Women's Rights Movement

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Early Women's Rights Movement

Students will compare two primary source documents regarding the early women's rights movement. Note: this is a differentiated example of the curricular resource with the same name, also in Unit 3A.  

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Enslaved Peoples of America (early 1800's)

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Enslaved Peoples of America (early 1800's)

Students will examine a number of documents to find evidence for why and how slavery as an institution grew in America in the early 1800's despite a ban on the importation of slaves in 1807.  

 

 

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Geographical Context: Northwest Ordinance (1787)

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Geographical Context: Northwest Ordinance (1787)

Students will review an infographic detailing the Northwest Ordinance (1787). 

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Graphic Organizer: The War of 1812

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Graphic Organizer: The War of 1812

Students will use a graphic organizer to analyze the causes and effects of the War of 1812.

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Impact of the Erie Canal

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Impact of the Erie Canal

Students will analyze primary and secondary sources related to the Erie Canal.  

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Indian Removal Act Stations

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Indian Removal Act Stations

Students will analyze the Indian Removal Act through a stations activity that provides them with 7 documents to review.

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Indian Removal Act Stations - Differentiated Version

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Indian Removal Act Stations - Differentiated Version

Students will analyze the Indian Removal Act through a stations activity that provides them with 7 documents to review - differentiated example. 

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Lewis and Clark

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Lewis and Clark

Students will evaluate the impact of the Lewis and Clark exploration on Native Americans.  

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