Sunday, February 24, 2019

HIST8 - February 25 - March 1, 2019

This week, you will be learning about Andrew Jackson, reviewing and evaluating resources, outlining an argumentative essay, and then writing the finish product. Below is a rough schedule, followed by the Padlet with all the resources and inspiration you'll need to write a great essay. I need to give a big thank you to Mrs. Feldman (Ms. Mayes) for sharing her resources with me, and to Ms. Karzin for guiding you through the process this week.
  • MONDAY - Get a graphic organizer and watch the Andrew Jackson documentary
  • WEDNESDAY - Review the remaining resources and begin outlining
  • FRIDAY - Finish outlining and write your essay
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HIST7 - February 26-28, 2019

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: What caused the spread of this terrible disease? What were symptoms and how were patients treated? What were the social effects of the Black Death? What impact did the Black Death have on the history of Europe and the world?

HOMEWORK/DELIVERABLES: By the time I see you again next Monday, you will have completely read and/or completed the following:
  • Black Plague Primary Sources - HANDOUT HERE
  • Crash Course Disease Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
  • Black Death Investigation Kit - HANDOUT HERE
  • Black Death Official Briefing Report - HANDOUT HERE (on paper OR Google Docs)
  • Study for the open-note Black Death Quiz - basically it's just checking to see what you learned all this week. You will turn in all the above deliverables AFTER you take your quiz. Want a sneak peek at what the questions will be? Just ask the Plague Doctors.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
  1. Watch The Past, Present, and Future of the Bubonic Plague - TED-ED VIDEO BELOW
  2. Why do we study disease as a part of history? - CLASS DISCUSSION
  3. Black Plague Primary Sources - read and annotate - HANDOUT HERE
  4. Hand out Crash Course Disease Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
  5. Watch Crash Course World History: Disease (0:00 - 8:35) - VIDEO BELOW
  6. Go over Crash Course answers
  7. Hand out Black Death Investigation Kit - HANDOUT HERE
  8. Review as a class the Complete Black Death Investigation Kit Red Alert Briefing page (Exhibit A) and go over the instructions for the Black Death Investigation
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28
  1. Continue with your Black Death Investigation Kit - HANDOUT HERE
  2. Re-visit Exhibit A and fill out your Investigation Notes
  3. AS A CLASS, examine Exhibit B and Exhibit C, and review answers to the Investigation Notes
  4. Hand out the Black Death Official Briefing Report - HANDOUT HERE
  5. Using all the sources you have now learned this week, complete the Black Death Official Briefing Report. You can either fill it out by hand, or you can create the Briefing Report using Google Docs. I have provided a template for you in Google Classroom.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU DEMONSTRATE THAT YOU HAVE USED THE SUPPORTING DETAILS GIVEN TO YOU THIS WEEK. THOSE DETAILS INCLUDE:
  • Both videos (Crash Course and TedEd)
  • Primary source annotation (Giovanni Boccaccio and Agnolo Di Tura)
  • Complete Black Death Investigation Kit (all the rest of the sources)
  • If you want, you could even use the Black Death Art pieces I mention in the "over the weeekend" notes below!! It's totally optional, of course. But if you have time, use them too!
FOR HOMEWORK OVER THE WEEKEND . . .
  1. Finish your Black Death Official Briefing Report (either on paper or in Google Docs)
  2. I have some fascinating Black Death Art to share with you next week (I'm so excited!!!). We will do this next week, but if you finish your full Briefing Report early, you can check out BLACK DEATH ART.
  3. FINALLY, on Monday you will get an open-note Black Death Quiz. Want a sneak peek at what the quiz questions will be? Just ask the Plague Doctors.


Friday, February 22, 2019

Thursday, February 21, 2019

HIST8 - February 21, 2019

HOMEWORK, REMINDERS, and EQ:
  • HW: Be a good person.
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the most important things to know about the Early Republic?
AGENDA:
  1. Welcome and attendance
  2. Exam - CLICK HERE
  3. Let's learn some Andrew Jackson! - SNEAK PEEK HERE
Q3 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
    1. SOAPStone: Two Farewell Addresses - HANDOUT HERE, SOURCES #1 and #2
    2. Reading notes 4:3 and 4:4
    3. Farewell to Washington and the Government Shutdown - HANDOUT HERE
    4. The French Revolution, Neutrality, and President John Adams - HANDOUT HERE 
    5. War and Foreign Policy in Early America - HANDOUT HERE
    6. 5:3 Reading Notes
    7. We Shall Remain: Tecumseh's Vision - HANDOUT HERE
    8. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
    9. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
    10. 5:4 Reading Notes
    11. Assessing the State of the Union - HANDOUT HERE
    12. Crash Course: War of 1812 - HANDOUT HERE
    13. Early Republic Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
    14. 6:1 and 6:2 Reading Notes
    15. 6:3 Reading and Notes
    16. Early Republic Exam Review Study Guide - CLICK HERE

    Wednesday, February 20, 2019

    HIST7 - February 20, 2019

    HOMEWORK and EQ:
    ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the most important things we have learned about Medieval Europe?
    HW: Study for Friday's Medieval Europe Unit Exam.
    OPTIONAL: Create a Quizlet to share with others.

    AGENDA:
    1. Medieval Europe Unit Exam Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
    2. Magna Carta and Question #2 on the MEC15WU
    3. Currently, Friday's exam stands at 40 multiple-choice questions. There are LOTS of images in this exam. How will this information inform your study today and tomorrow?
    4. Ask good questions
    5. Join me tomorrow evening for a Medieval Europe Exam Review at 6:00 p.m. on my YouTube channel - CLICK HERE




    HIST7 Q3 TABLE OF CONTENTS
    1. Japanese Feudalism
    2. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
    3. 12:3 Reading and Notes
    4. 12:4 Reading and Notes
    5. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
    6. Land For Loyalty - HANDOUT HERE
    7. 14:1 Reading and Notes
    8. The Rule of St. Benedict - HANDOUT HERE
    9. 14:2 Reading and Notes
    10. 14:1-2 Quiz
    11. 14:3 Reading and Notes
    12. BrainPop Vocabulary and Medieval Social Pyramid - HANDOUT HERE
    13. 15:1 and 15:2 Reading and Notes
    14. Medieval Kingdoms - HANDOUT HERE
    15. Vikings Video Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE and VIDEO HERE (original video in class shown from iTunes)
    16. Catholic Church Hierarchy - HANDOUT HERE and VIDEO HERE
    17. Medieval Europe Chapter 15 Wrap-Up - HANDOUT HERE
    18. Medieval Europe Unit Exam Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE

    Tuesday, February 19, 2019

    HIST8 - February 19, 2019

    HOMEWORK, REMINDERS, and EQ:
    • HW: Study for Thursday's unit exam
    • ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the most important things to know about the Early Republic?
    AGENDA:
    1. Welcome and attendance
    2. Finish presentations
    3. Exam Sneak Peek - CLICK HERE
    4. Early Republic Exam Review Study Guide - CLICK HERE
    5. YouTube Live Exam Review TONIGHT at 7:00pm - CLICK HERE

    Q3 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
      1. SOAPStone: Two Farewell Addresses - HANDOUT HERE, SOURCES #1 and #2
      2. Reading notes 4:3 and 4:4
      3. Farewell to Washington and the Government Shutdown - HANDOUT HERE
      4. The French Revolution, Neutrality, and President John Adams - HANDOUT HERE 
      5. War and Foreign Policy in Early America - HANDOUT HERE
      6. 5:3 Reading Notes
      7. We Shall Remain: Tecumseh's Vision - HANDOUT HERE
      8. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
      9. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
      10. 5:4 Reading Notes
      11. Assessing the State of the Union - HANDOUT HERE
      12. Crash Course: War of 1812 - HANDOUT HERE
      13. Early Republic Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
      14. 6:1 and 6:2 Reading Notes
      15. 6:3 Reading and Notes
      16. Early Republic Exam Review Study Guide - CLICK HERE

      Thursday, February 14, 2019

      HIST7 - February 14, 2019


      ESSENTIAL QUESTION/BIG IDEA: What was the role of the Church in medieval Europe?
      HOMEWORK: Medieval Europe Wrap-Up and start organizing your notes for the Medieval Europe Unit Exam next Friday.
      TODAY'S AGENDA:
      1. Welcome and attendance
      2. REVIEW: "A Short History of the English Language"
      3. Did you solve the puzzle of the medieval mystery woman?
      4. Who scored higher than the class on Viking Quest? - show me that screenshot during independent work time toward the end of the period
      5. Catholic Church Hierarchy - HANDOUT HERE and VIDEO HERE
      6. Medieval Europe Wrap-Up - HANDOUT HERE

      HIST7 Q3 TABLE OF CONTENTS
      1. Japanese Feudalism
      2. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
      3. 12:3 Reading and Notes
      4. 12:4 Reading and Notes
      5. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
      6. Land For Loyalty - HANDOUT HERE
      7. 14:1 Reading and Notes
      8. The Rule of St. Benedict - HANDOUT HERE
      9. 14:2 Reading and Notes
      10. 14:1-2 Quiz
      11. BrainPop Vocabulary and Medieval Social Pyramid - HANDOUT HERE
      12. 15:1 and 15:2 Reading and Notes
      13. Medieval Kingdoms - HANDOUT HERE
      14. Vikings Video Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE and VIDEO HERE (original video in class shown from iTunes)
      15. Catholic Church Hierarchy - HANDOUT HERE and VIDEO HERE
      16. Medieval Europe Wrap-Up - HANDOUT HERE

      Wednesday, February 13, 2019

      HIST8 - February 13, 2019

      HOMEWORK, REMINDERS, and EQ:
      • HW: Read and take notes on 6:3
      • ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the most important things to know about the Early Republic?
      AGENDA:
      1. Welcome and attendance
      2. 6:1 and 6:2 Game Show Quiz - CLICK HERE
      3. How do Shane Dawson and the Constitution intersect? - CLICK HERE
      4. Continue presentations
      5. Early Republic Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE


      Q3 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
        1. SOAPStone: Two Farewell Addresses - HANDOUT HERE, SOURCES #1 and #2
        2. Reading notes 4:3 and 4:4
        3. Farewell to Washington and the Government Shutdown - HANDOUT HERE
        4. The French Revolution, Neutrality, and President John Adams - HANDOUT HERE 
        5. War and Foreign Policy in Early America - HANDOUT HERE
        6. 5:3 Reading Notes
        7. We Shall Remain: Tecumseh's Vision - HANDOUT HERE
        8. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
        9. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
        10. 5:4 Reading Notes
        11. Assessing the State of the Union - HANDOUT HERE
        12. Crash Course: War of 1812 - HANDOUT HERE
        13. Early Republic Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
        14. 6:1 and 6:2 Reading Notes
        15. 6:3 Reading and Notes

        Tuesday, February 12, 2019

        HIST7 - February 12, 2019

        ESSENTIAL QUESTION/BIG IDEA: How did the Vikings contribute to the history of medieval Europe?
        HOMEWORK: Be kind to others.
        TODAY'S AGENDA:
        1. Welcome and attendance
        2. REVIEW: "A Short History of the English Language"
        3. Go over Vikings Video Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
        4. Collect Vikings Video Study Guide
        5. BrainPop - The Vikings
        6. BrainPop vocabulary - an ONLINE assignment on brainpop.com - LOGIN to access vocab
        7. Take the BrainPop Vikings Quiz
        8. Want to explore some more? Check out THE BLACK DEATH
        9. It's time for Viking Quest!
        Who am I? I lived a thousand years ago. I have been called the most beautiful woman in medieval Germany. I had a reputation for being a kind and generous wife and mother, but I was also the inspiration for a wicked Disney villain. Who am I? Quietly grab a half-notecard on top of the Chromebook cart, write your name and the answer on the card, and then place it in "The Box" near my backpack below the east window in my classroom.
        HIST7 Q3 TABLE OF CONTENTS
        1. Japanese Feudalism
        2. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
        3. 12:3 Reading and Notes
        4. 12:4 Reading and Notes
        5. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
        6. Land For Loyalty - HANDOUT HERE
        7. 14:1 Reading and Notes
        8. The Rule of St. Benedict - HANDOUT HERE
        9. 14:2 Reading and Notes
        10. 14:1-2 Quiz
        11. BrainPop Vocabulary and Medieval Social Pyramid - HANDOUT HERE
        12. 15:1 and 15:2 Reading and Notes
        13. Medieval Kingdoms - HANDOUT HERE

        Monday, February 11, 2019

        HIST8 - February 11, 2019

        HOMEWORK, REMINDERS, and EQ:
        • HW: Read and take notes on 6:1 and 6:2.
        • ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the most important things to know about the Early Republic?
        AGENDA:
        1. Welcome and attendance
        2. What's good?
        3. Early Republic Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE


        Q3 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
          1. SOAPStone: Two Farewell Addresses - HANDOUT HERE, SOURCES #1 and #2
          2. Reading notes 4:3 and 4:4
          3. Farewell to Washington and the Government Shutdown - HANDOUT HERE
          4. The French Revolution, Neutrality, and President John Adams - HANDOUT HERE 
          5. War and Foreign Policy in Early America - HANDOUT HERE
          6. 5:3 Reading Notes
          7. We Shall Remain: Tecumseh's Vision - HANDOUT HERE
          8. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
          9. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
          10. 5:4 Reading Notes
          11. Assessing the State of the Union - HANDOUT HERE
          12. Crash Course: War of 1812 - HANDOUT HERE
          13. Early Republic Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
          14. 6:1 and 6:2 Reading Notes

          Friday, February 8, 2019

          HIST7 - February 8, 2019

          ESSENTIAL QUESTION/BIG IDEA: How did the Vikings contribute to the history of medieval Europe?
          HOMEWORK: Finish the map on the Vikings Video Study Guide. Make sure you not only label, but COLOR and LABEL the items on the map.
          TODAY'S AGENDA:
          1. Welcome and attendance
          2. QUIZ on 15:1 and 15:2 - CLICK HERE
          3. REVIEW: "A Short History of the English Language"
          4. 17. Vikings Video Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE and VIDEO HERE (original video in class shown from iTunes)
          Who am I? I lived a thousand years ago. I have been called the most beautiful woman in medieval Germany. I had a reputation for being a kind and generous wife and mother, but I was also the inspiration for a wicked Disney villain. Who am I? 
          HIST7 Q3 TABLE OF CONTENTS
          1. Japanese Feudalism
          2. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
          3. 12:3 Reading and Notes
          4. 12:4 Reading and Notes
          5. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
          6. Land For Loyalty - HANDOUT HERE
          7. 14:1 Reading and Notes
          8. The Rule of St. Benedict - HANDOUT HERE
          9. 14:2 Reading and Notes
          10. 14:1-2 Quiz
          11. BrainPop Vocabulary and Medieval Social Pyramid - HANDOUT HERE
          12. 15:1 and 15:2 Reading and Notes
          13. Medieval Kingdoms - HANDOUT HERE

          Thursday, February 7, 2019

          HIST8 - February 7, 2019

          HOMEWORK, REMINDERS, and EQ:
          • HW: Be kind to others.
          • ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What makes for an effective State of the Union Address?

          AGENDA:
          1. Welcome and attendance
          2. State of the Union re-cap
          3. 5:4 Quiz



          Q3 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
            1. SOAPStone: Two Farewell Addresses - HANDOUT HERE, SOURCES #1 and #2
            2. Reading notes 4:3 and 4:4
            3. Farewell to Washington and the Government Shutdown - HANDOUT HERE
            4. The French Revolution, Neutrality, and President John Adams - HANDOUT HERE 
            5. War and Foreign Policy in Early America - HANDOUT HERE
            6. 5:3 Reading Notes
            7. We Shall Remain: Tecumseh's Vision - HANDOUT HERE
            8. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
            9. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
            10. 5:4 Reading Notes
            11. Assessing the State of the Union - HANDOUT HERE
            12. Crash Course: War of 1812 - HANDOUT HERE

            Wednesday, February 6, 2019

            HIST7 - February 6, 2019

            ESSENTIAL QUESTION/BIG IDEA: What were the origins of the English language?
            HOMEWORK: Read and take notes on 15:1 and 15:2.
            "It's the unspoken truth of humanity--that you crave subjugation...You were made to be ruled."
            - Loki of Asgard
            TODAY'S AGENDA:
            1. Watch RioTV - www.riotv.org
            2. Welcome and attendance
            3. Medieval Kingdoms - HANDOUT HERE
            4. What do you think of what Loki says to the crowd in Stuttgart? Was Loki right? Were people made to be ruled? How does this relate to feudalism?
            5. BrainPop - setting up your account
            6.  HANDOUT: "A Short History of the English Language"




             HANDOUT: "A Short History of the English Language"
            Translate the first verse paragraph of the piece of literature you see on the handout. Then, answer the questions in the handout. You will start by NOT using your Chromebook, and later I will let you get a little digital help. This video will also help, and we will watch it together as a class.

            This ARTICLE on Vikings will help too, and it's really cool.
            Finish everything? Check out this sweet BrainPop video on The Vikings

            https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/vikings/

            Who am I? I lived a thousand years ago. I have been called the most beautiful woman in medieval Germany. I had a reputation for being a kind and generous wife and mother, but I was also the inspiration for a wicked Disney villain. Who am I? 
            HIST7 Q3 TABLE OF CONTENTS
            1. Japanese Feudalism
            2. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
            3. 12:3 Reading and Notes
            4. 12:4 Reading and Notes
            5. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
            6. Land For Loyalty - HANDOUT HERE
            7. 14:1 Reading and Notes
            8. The Rule of St. Benedict - HANDOUT HERE
            9. 14:2 Reading and Notes
            10. 14:1-2 Quiz
            11. BrainPop Vocabulary and Medieval Social Pyramid - HANDOUT HERE
            12. 15:1 and 15:2 Reading and Notes
            13. Medieval Kingdoms - HANDOUT HERE

            Tuesday, February 5, 2019

            HIST8 - February 5, 2019

            HOMEWORK, REMINDERS, and EQ:
            • HW: Watch the State of the Union Address and complete the SOTU Study Guide
            • CONTINUING HW: Read and take notes on 5:4. You will likely have a quiz when Ippolito returns.
            • ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What makes for an effective State of the Union Address?
            AGENDA:
            1. Welcome and attendance
            2. Assessing the State of the Union - HANDOUT HERE
            3. As a class, read together: http://mentalfloss.com/article/29811/brief-history-state-union
            4. Then, as a class, watch the two videos below on the State of the Union. After reading the above article together, and watching the videos, scan through some of the articles below to help you answer Question #1 on the handout IN CLASS. Discuss these responses as a class.
            5. Once you've done what you can with the State of the Union, set that aside and turn your attention to the War of 1812. As a class, you'll watch the Crash Course U.S. History video on the War of 1812. While you watch, fill in the answers on your handout as best you can. Once the video is over, take a few minutes to go over it with an elbow partner. Finally, go over it as a class.
            6. With any time you may have remaining in the period, I strongly urge you to prepare yourself for a challenging 5:4 Quiz in our next class. Have a great day!

            7. Here are some other resources to better help you understand tonight's State of the Union Address
              http://www.fdlreporter.com/story/opinion/2015/01/19/state-union-address-rich-history/22028107/
              http://www.whitehouse.gov/sotu#2426
              http://history.house.gov/Institution/SOTU/State-of-the-Union/
              http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2015/01/19/watching-state-union-everything-you-need-know
              http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/sou.php


              Some State of the Union photos here:










            Q3 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
            1. SOAPStone: Two Farewell Addresses - HANDOUT HERE, SOURCES #1 and #2
            2. Reading notes 4:3 and 4:4
            3. Farewell to Washington and the Government Shutdown - HANDOUT HERE
            4. The French Revolution, Neutrality, and President John Adams - HANDOUT HERE 
            5. War and Foreign Policy in Early America - HANDOUT HERE
            6. 5:3 Reading Notes
            7. We Shall Remain: Tecumseh's Vision - HANDOUT HERE
            8. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
            9. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
            10. 5:4 Reading Notes
            11. Assessing the State of the Union - HANDOUT HERE
            12. Crash Course: War of 1812 - HANDOUT HERE

            Monday, February 4, 2019

            HIST7 - February 4, 2019


            ESSENTIAL QUESTION/BIG IDEA: What was the feudal system all about? Is it better to be able to make decisions for yourself, or is it better for someone to make all the decisions for you?
            HOMEWORK: Read and take notes on 15:1 and 15:2.

            TODAY'S AGENDA:
            1. Welcome and attendance
            2. Finish The Rule of St. Benedict - READING HERE and HANDOUT HERE
            3. Medieval Kingdoms
            4. QUIZ - 14:3
            5. Was Loki right? Were people made to be ruled?


             HANDOUT: "A Short History of the English Language"
            Translate the first verse paragraph of the piece of literature you see on the handout. Then, answer the questions in the handout. You will start by NOT using your Chromebook, and later I will let you get a little digital help. This video will also help, and we will watch it together as a class.

            This ARTICLE on Vikings will help too, and it's really cool.
            3. Finish everything? Check out this sweet BrainPop video on The Vikings

            https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/worldhistory/vikings/

            HIST7 Q3 TABLE OF CONTENTS
            1. Japanese Feudalism
            2. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
            3. 12:3 Reading and Notes
            4. 12:4 Reading and Notes
            5. Samurai Needed - READING AND HANDOUT HERE
            6. Land For Loyalty - HANDOUT HERE
            7. 14:1 Reading and Notes
            8. The Rule of St. Benedict - HANDOUT HERE
            9. 14:2 Reading and Notes
            10. 14:1-2 Quiz
            11. BrainPop Vocabulary and Medieval Social Pyramid - HANDOUT HERE
            12. 15:1 and 15:2 Reading and Notes

            Friday, February 1, 2019

            HIST8 - February 1, 2019


            ESSENTIAL QUESTION/BIG IDEA: Under what conditions is it appropriate to deploy American armed forces? What is a good war? What is a bad war?
            HW: Finish your movie poster. Read and take notes on 5:4.
            AGENDA:
            1. Welcome and attendance
            2. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
            3. Ippolito family at Ft. McHenry - PHOTOS HERE
            4. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM (topics HERE)





            Q3 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
            1. SOAPStone: Two Farewell Addresses - HANDOUT HERE, SOURCES #1 and #2
            2. Reading notes 4:3 and 4:4
            3. Farewell to Washington and the Government Shutdown - HANDOUT HERE
            4. The French Revolution, Neutrality, and President John Adams - HANDOUT HERE 
            5. War and Foreign Policy in Early America - HANDOUT HERE
            6. 5:3 Reading Notes
            7. We Shall Remain: Tecumseh's Vision - HANDOUT HERE
            8. Early Republic Movie Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
            9. "The Defence of Fort McHenry" - HANDOUT HERE
            10. 5:4 Reading Notes