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Making of America History Bundle

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Large bundle of History Powerpoint Lessons all about the topic Making of America. This History unit contains 26 one hour lessons with associated activities.

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Large bundle of History Powerpoint Lessons all about the topic Making of America. This History unit contains 26 one hour lessons with associated activities.

 

The lesson packs included in this history bundle are:

Lesson 1 – Making of America.pptx

Lesson 2 – Reasons for Expansion.pptx

Lesson 3 – Exploitation Slavery.pptx

Lesson 4 – Cotton.pptx

Lesson 5 – Cotton BANDED ASSESS.pptx

Lesson 6 – Indian Expulsion.pptx

Lesson 7 – Culture of Plains Indians.pptx

Lesson 8 – Lakota Sioux.pptx

Lesson 9 – Go West! Manifest Destiny.ppt

Lesson 10 – Journey West.ppt

Lesson 11 – Mormons.ppt

Lesson 12 – Mormons SLC.ppt

Lesson 13 – Gold.ppt

Lesson 14 – Causes of the Civil War.ppt

Lesson 15 – African American Experience of the Civil War.ppt

Lesson 16 -Reconstruction.ppt

Lesson 17 -Radical Reconstruction.ppt

Lesson 18 -Railroads.ppt

Lesson 19 -Cattle Ranching.ppt

Lesson 20 & 21 -Homesteaders and BA [Recovered].ppt

Lesson 20 & 21 -Homesteaders and BA.ppt

Lesson 22 -Bloodshed on the Plains.ppt

Lesson 23 -Battle of Little Bighorn.ppt

Lesson 24 – Life of Native Americans Summary.ppt

Lesson 25 – Life of African Americans Summary.ppt

Lesson 26 – Life of Settler Summary.ppt

 

The history learning outcomes are:

  • To investigate how America began so that I am able to place the rest of the story into context.
  • To investigate the different theories behind why America expanded so that I can evaluate which ones are most objective.
  • To investigate how slavery affected the growth of America so that I can evaluate how important it was overall.
  • To investigate the impact of white settlement upon the indigenous people so that I can evaluate what drove them out.
  • To investigate how the Native Americans lived so that I can evaluate what changed as the American West developed.
  • To work why people went west so that I can begin to explain the huge migration that was beginning to take place.
  • To investigate the journey of the early settlers so that I can evaluate what their biggest problems might have been.
  • To work why and how the Mormons went west so that I can explain how successful they were, overall.
  • To understand the impact of the California & the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush of 1849 so that I can explain how they shaped the growth of America.
  • To understand the causes of the American Civil War so that I can evaluate the impact that it had on the way that America developed.
  • To understand how life changed for African Americans as the Civil War progressed so that I can measure their impact.
  • To understand the causes of the American Civil War so that I can evaluate the impact that it had on the way that America developed.
  • To understand how reconstruction was managed so that I can evaluate whether or not life improved for all groups of people in America.
  • To understand how the railroads helped America to expand so that I can explain the increase in migrants West after the 1860s.
  • To understand how cattle ranching developed across the Plains so that I can explain the key turning points in the journey.
  • To investigate how homesteaders were able to overcome problems on the Plains so that I can evaluate how successful they were.
  • To investigate how homesteaders were able to overcome problems on the Plains so that I can evaluate how successful they were.
  • To understand how the battle for the Plains progressed so that I can begin to explain how the story of the American West ends.
  • To understand how the battle for the Plains progressed so that I can begin to explain how the story of the American West ends.
  • To understand how different groups of people’s lives had changed over the previous 100 years in America.

 

The history key terms covered include but are not limited to:

Supreme Court Constitution Congress President

Expansion Government Pioneer Unsettled

Expansion Cotton Gin Compromise Plantation

Settlement Civilise Culture Indigenous

Nomadic Tipi Buffalo Sioux

Push Pull Manifest Destiny

Migrants Tension Obstacles

Mormon Persecute Polygamy

Claim Jumping Law & Order Mining

Abolition Union Confederacy

Limited War Total War Contraband

Reconstruction Assassination Radical

Opportunity Migrants Speculators

Long Drive Reservations stereotype

Homesteader Propaganda Isolation

Conflict Revenge Negotiate

Conflict Reservations Extermination

Civil Rights Social Economic

Corporations Philanthropist Immigrant

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