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U.S. HISTORY Segment 1 Pace Chart

Teacher: Mrs. Silvers

Call/Text: 321-234-5367 Email: jsilvers11@orange.flvs.net Hours: Mon 12:30-8pm, Tue-Fri 9:30am-5pm

Please print out and follow this pace chart. Each week's assignments are due by Friday. If all assignments are not turned in by the Sunday following the due date, you will be considered behind pace.

DUE DATE

WEEK

ASSIGNMENTS (check off when completed)

LEARNING GOALS

 

1

1.00 Welcome to United States History

 
 

1.01 Module One Pre-Assessment

MODULE ONE

The student will describe the five ecosystems, analyze the reasons why colonists came to the new world, identify the causes and economic impact of slavery, and explain the difference between and examples of primary and secondary sources.

1.02 America’s Geography

 

2

1.03 Coming to America

 

1.04 Colonial Regions

1.04 Colonial Regions (ADVANCED ONLY)

 

3

1.05 Economics and Slavery

 

1.06 The Historian’s Clues

1.07 Module One Set Sail DBA

1.08 Module One Exam

 
 

4

2.00 Introduction to Independence

 
 

2.01 Impact pf Colonization

2.02 French and Indian War

MODULE TWO

 

5

2.03 Colonial Unity

The student will determine the impactful changes of Native Americans after European colonization, examine the cause of the American Revolution, evaluate colonial reactions to British policies, and analyze the role women had in the American Revolution.

 

2.03 Colonial Unity (ADVANCED ONLY)

 

6

2.04 Give Me Liberty

 

2.05 Revolutionary Celebrities

 

7

2.06 Supporters of the War

 

2.07 War

2.08 Module Two Set Sail DBA

 

2.09 Module Two Exam

 

8

3.00 Introduction to Nationalism

 
 

3.01 Interpreting History

 

9

3.02 Recipe for America

MODULE THREE

 

3.03 Who Has the Power?

The student will explain what culture means and how it develops, evaluate weaknesses of the Article of Confederation and the creation of the Constitution, recognize how the Bill of Rights affects Americans today, and identify the citizenship process in the U.S.

 

10

3.04 We Can Make a Difference!

 

3.04 We Can Make a Difference! (ADVANCED ONLY)

3.05 For the Common Good

 

11

3.06 Know Your Rights!

 

3.07 Module Three Set Sail DBA

3.08 Module Three Exam

4.00 Introduction to Growth

 
 

12

4.01 Making a President

 
 

4.01 Making a President (ADVANCED ONLY)

 

13

4.02 A Worthy Successor

MODULE FOUR

 

4.03 American Voices

The student will identify the impact that Washington had on U.S. presidency, define civic virtue, analyze the Haitian Revolution on the Louisiana Purchase, examine the experiences of Louis & Clark, and analyze the consequence of the War of 1812.

 

14

4.04 Jefferson Brings a Change

 

4.05 Heroes of the Wild

4.06 We Will Not Fall!

 

15

4.07 Practice and Review Exam

 

4.07 Module Four Set Sail DBA

 

16

4.08 Segment One Exam Part One & Two

 

SEGMENT COMPLETION

4.09 Advanced Segment One Exam Part One & Two

OCVS follows the Orange County Public School calendar, so you are not required to work during the holiday weeks. You will notice that these weeks are not listed on the pace chart, so no work is assigned/due. However, as a virtual student you have access to your online courses 24/7 and you are encouraged to work during these weeks if you are behind pace. Important dates: The 2018-19 school year ends on Wednesday, May 29th and the 2019-20 school year begins on Monday, August 12th.