Review of Units 3-4
Join us as we review Units 3 & 4, going from 1754 to 1848, covering the skills and content you need to know!
3.0 Unit 3 Overview: Contextualization
Hamilton's Financial Plan
The finances of the United States of America were vital for the survival of this young nation. As Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton was entrusted with the task of building the foundation of the economy. In this stream, we explored the three parts of Hamilton's Financial Plan. We also analyzed the development of distinct political parties due to differences of opinion in regards to this plan. The overall impact of Hamilton's Financial concluded the stream.
The Election of 1800 as a Turning Point
The election of Thomas Jefferson in 1800 was a pivotal election in many ways. The election ushered in a new political party and created a true test for the young republic
Period 3 Recap & Exam Review
Do you have the Period 3 test coming up soon? Learn about the major events of the period including the French and Indian War, American Revolution, the Constitution, and the Early Republic.
As the first President of the United States of America, Washington made numerous decisions and set important standards of the office for generations.
We will be looking at everything you need to know about the debates over ratification of the Constitution. The fight between Federalist vs Anti-federalist and small states versus large states dominate the conversation.
Articles of Confederation
Everything you could should know about the government that led us through much of the American Revolution and into the early years of the country.
Key Documents and Foundations of the American Revolution
The important documents of the American Revolution will be examined and discussed. Many of the documents shape the country and become the foundation of the United States of America.
The American Revolution
We will be exploring the American Revolution. This is the everything guide to the American Revolution and it's impact.
Growing Calls for Independence
The actions and reactions of both the colonist and England serve as a starting point for the War for Independence. As the hostility grows, it becomes very clear that the rift is too large and that a future war is on the horizon.
Understanding the French and Indian War
This pivotal war shifted the balance of power in North America, creating a rift between England and many colonists.
Putting Period 3 in Context
This introduction to Period 3 serves as an enriching preview of the upcoming material. Contextualization is an extremely important historical skill that enables students to build awareness of global, national, and regional concerns.
Historical Thinking Skills in Period 3
Historical thinking skills are paramount to success in this course. The agenda includes practicing CCOT, Comparison, Causation, and other historical works. to work on student's skills.
The American Revolution Q&A
Tom Richey will be reviewing and taking questions on The American Revolution
The Constitution and New Republic
After the Revolution, leaders from across the colonies convened to design a new government, influenced by the trending Enlightenment ideas of the time.
3.1 Context: the Revolutionary Period
3.2 The Seven Years' War
3.3 Taxation without Representation
3.4 Philosophical Foundations of America
3.5 The American Revolution
3.6 The Influence of Revolutionary Ideals
3.7 The Articles of Confederation
3.10 Shaping a New Republic
3.11 Developing an American Identity
3.13 Continuity and Change in Period 3
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