Second Half of the Year - Sylibus

Posted by David Roher on 11/2/2010 11:00:00 AM

January 27-31 MIDTERMS

 

Feb 1-15

Test Review 1877-1914

  1. Progressives
  2. Muckrakers
  3. Women’s Suffrage
  4. Initiative, Refendum & Recall
  5. Trust-busting
  6. Federal Reserve

 

 

Feb 15-28

Test Review 1899-1918

1. Imperialism & the Open Door Policy

2. Hawaii

3. S.A.W. - Short Term and Long Term Causes

4. Results of the S.A.W.

5. Roosevelt Corollary

6. Big Stick Policy

7. Panama Canal

 

 

March 1-15

Test Review 1919-1929

1.      WWI

2.      Wilson’s 14 Points and the League of Nations

3.      Treaty of Versailles

4.      Red Scare

5.      Nativism (Sacco and Venzetti)

6.      Schenk v US

7.      The Rise of the KKK

8.      The Roaring Twenties

9.      Harlem Renaissance

5.   Scopes Monkey Trial

6.   Prohibition

 

 

March 16-31

Test Review 1929-1943

51.  Causes and Impact of the Great Depression

52.  New Deal

53.  CCC, WPA, TVA, AAA

54.  Wagner Act, 1935

55.  Dust Bowl & the Oakies

56.  President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the United States Supreme Court

 

April 1-12

Test Review 1941-1955

1.      Isolation & Lend-Lease Act, 

2.      World War II (Pearl Harbor to D-Day)

3.      Korematsu v. United States (1944)

4.      Truman & The Atomic Bomb

 

 

April 21-30

Test Review 1945-1955

1.      The Iron Curtain

2.      Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan

3.      The Cold War – Berlin Blockade

4.      The Cold War –  Korea Conflict

5.      Red Scare of the 1920’s and McCarthyism in the 1950’s

6.      Baby Boom, Suburbia & Highways

 

 

May 1-15

Test Review 1954-1973

1.      1954 Brown v. Board of Education

2.      1957 Little Rock Arkansas

3.      Rosa Parks, Freedom Riders, Sit-Ins & Martin Luther King, Jr

4.      1960’s Civil Rights Movement Legislation

5.      1965 President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society

6.      Viet Nam (JFK-LBJ-Nixon)

 

 

May 16-31

Test Review 1972-2001

1.      Watergate

2.      The Presidency of Gerald Ford

3.      The Presidency of Jimmy Carter

4.      The "supply side" economics of President Ronald Reagan

5.      The Presidency of George Bush 41& Gulf War

6.      The Presidency of Bill Clinton

7.      Gore v Bush

8.      9-11, the war on Terror and the War in Iraq

9.      The Presidency of Barak Obama

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