US History 1 Planbook
January 20 - 24, 2020
Mon. Jan. 20th
Nothing published for US History 1
Tue. Jan. 21st
US History 1
North/South Stations
Learning Target

I can identify and describe key elements of life in the North before the Civil War by completing one side of a graphic organizer.

Materials
Homework

Honors Only: Due Friday, 1/24

Study & Review Resources
Wed. Jan. 22nd
US History 1
North/South Stations
Learning Target

I can compare and contrast key elements of life in the North and the South before the Civil War by completing the second side of my organizer.

Materials
Homework

Honors Only: Due Friday, 1/24

Study & Review Resources
Thu. Jan. 23rd
US History 1
Industrial North and Tenements Reading
  • Analyze the effects of industrial growth throughout Antebellum America, and in New England, the growth of the textile and machinery industries and maritime commerces, including the technological improvements and inventions that contributed to industrial growth and maritime commerce, the impact of the cotton gin on the economics of southern agriculture and slavery, the connection between cotton production by slave labor in the South and and the economic success of northern textile industries, the causes and impact of the wave of immigration from northern Europe to the U.S.  in the 1840s and 1850s, the rise of a business class of merchants and manufacturers, and the role of women as the primary workforce in New England textile factories and female workers' activism in advocating for reform of working conditions. Massachusetts U.S. History I History & Social Studies
  • Organize information and data from multiple primary and secondary sources. Massachusetts U.S. History I History & Social Studies
Learning Target

I can identify the main ideas and supporting details from the text about urbanization and industry by completing my organizer and responding to a prompt.

Criteria for Success

completed organizer with accurate and detailed information

Materials

This work requires the textbook chapter 8.2 - The readings are taken from the textbook and include sections that do not need to be read. Pay attention to the pages and section names on the worksheet.

Homework

Honors Only: Due Friday, 1/24

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Fri. Jan. 24th
US History 1
Industrial North Presentation
  • Analyze the effects of industrial growth throughout Antebellum America, and in New England, the growth of the textile and machinery industries and maritime commerces, including the technological improvements and inventions that contributed to industrial growth and maritime commerce, the impact of the cotton gin on the economics of southern agriculture and slavery, the connection between cotton production by slave labor in the South and and the economic success of northern textile industries, the causes and impact of the wave of immigration from northern Europe to the U.S.  in the 1840s and 1850s, the rise of a business class of merchants and manufacturers, and the role of women as the primary workforce in New England textile factories and female workers' activism in advocating for reform of working conditions. Massachusetts U.S. History I History & Social Studies
Learning Target

I can identify the main ideas and supporting details from the text about urbanization and industry by completing my organizer and responding to a prompt.

Criteria for Success
Materials
Homework

Honors Only: Due Friday, 1/24

Links