APUSH Review - 20 Days Remaining

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Review Period 3. Today, quiz yourself on Unit 3 vocab and events. Focus in particular on the list of terms below, but do not neglect other things of importance.

Quiz yourself. You can do this any way you like, but using this Period 3 Required Factual Knowledge Quizlet is a good start.

Also, make a focus list. This should be a piece of paper or a document online that has the content that you need to study before the exam. This should be a very small list of focused areas that you need additional preparation for. For example, if one of the terms below is really a dark spot in your understanding, write it down, and in the last six days of prep, you can focus on them.

APUSH Review - 22 Days Remaining

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Review Period 2. Today, quiz yourself on Unit 2 vocab and events. Focus in particular on the list of terms below, but do not neglect other things of importance.

Quiz yourself. You can do this any way you like, but using this Period 2 Required Factual Knowledge Quizlet is a good start.

Also, make a focus list. This should be a piece of paper or a document online that has the content that you need to study before the exam. This should be a very small list of focused areas that you need additional preparation for. For example, if one of the terms below is really a dark spot in your understanding, write it down, and in the last six days of prep, you can focus on them.

PERIOD 2 (1607-1754)

  • Spanish, French, Dutch, and British colonizers
  • New England, Middle, Chesapeake, N. Carolina, Southern colonies
  • British West Indies
  • Indentured servants 
  • Puritans
  • Metacom/King Philip's War
  • Pueblo Revolt
  • Great Awakening
  • Enlightenment
  • Anglicization
  • Mercantilist

APUSH Review - 23 Days Remaining

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Review Period 2. Today, focus on reviewing content and vocab that you don't remember from the list of required knowledge on the APUSH Review page.

Also, review your Key Concepts! See the Unit 2 Page.

Watch the unit review video from the Period 2 Playlist.

PERIOD 2 (1607-1754)

  • Spanish, French, Dutch, and British colonizers
  • New England, Middle, Chesapeake, N. Carolina, Southern colonies
  • British West Indies
  • Indentured servants 
  • Puritans
  • Metacom/King Philip's War
  • Pueblo Revolt
  • Great Awakening
  • Enlightenment
  • Anglicization
  • Mercantilist

APUSH Review - 24 Days Remaining

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I'm going to try to keep up with a review schedule here. Follow along. Basic structure is to study each period for two days (one day on content review, the next on quizzing yourself), then focus on skills for the remaining days.

Review Period 1. Today, quiz yourself using this:

Quiz a friend as well.

PERIOD 1 (1491-1607)

  • American Indian groups: Southwest, Great Basin, Great Plains, Northeast, Mississippi River Valley, Atlantic seaboard, Northwest, California
  • Spanish
  • Encomienda system
  • African slavery
  • Columbian Exchange
  • Joint Stock Companies

Watch a video on a topic on which you could use some additional study from the Period 1 Playlist. (Or, find your own!)

APUSH Review - 25 Days Remaining

25 Days Left

I'm going to try to keep up with a review schedule here. Follow along. Basic structure is to study each period for two days (one day on content review, the next on quizzing yourself), then focus on skills for the remaining days.

Review Period 1. Today, focus on reviewing content and vocab that you don't remember from the list of required knowledge on the APUSH Review page:

PERIOD 1 (1491-1607)

  • American Indian groups: Southwest, Great Basin, Great Plains, Northeast, Mississippi River Valley, Atlantic seaboard, Northwest, California
  • Spanish
  • Encomienda system
  • African slavery
  • Columbian Exchange
  • Joint Stock Companies

Watch the unit review video from the Period 1 Playlist.

Annotated Bibliography Assignment

Here are the sources needed for the APWH annotated bibliography assignment. You will need to consult the HAPPY Analysis page for it. Click on each of the sources below to see them in their full form.

Consult this example of a correctly formatted annotated bibliography.

Prompt:  How did World War I shift perceptions of what it meant to go to war?

"Step Into Your Place"

Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, Great Britain
1915
Published by the British Parliamentary Recruiting Committee before forced conscription went into effect.

Wilson's Speech to Congress: Declare War on Germany (excerpt)

Wilson, Woodrow
April 2, 1917

It is a fearful thing to lead this great peaceful people into war, into the most terrible and disastrous of all wars…But the right is more precious than peace, and we shall fight for things which we have always carried nearest to our hearts --- for democracy; for the right of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own Governments; for the rights and liberties of small nations; for universal dominion of right by such a concert of free peoples as shall bring peace and safety to

On Shell Shock (excerpt)

Jourdain, F.
1990

This account from regarding trench warfare in World War I comes from British officer F. Jourdain as part of an oral history project from the Imperial War Museum.