Monday, March 1, 2010 Do you want to pass the AICE US History Exam? I hope you say ‘yes’ I need five groups – each will have 4 – 5 people. YOU NEED : Paper, pen/pencil, Civil War Book, Context book, and/or American Pageant
Post Civil War / Reconstruction Today: This Week: Review Test Aftermath of the Civil War on regions of the country Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction & subsequent demise Johnson v. Congress • Discuss AICE Essay Questions relating to the Civil War
In your group.. .. • Critically analyze your AICE Question. • Find the ‘two sides’ to the question • Find EVIDENCE to support both sides • ANALYZE the EVIDENCE : WHY DOES IT SUPPORT your argument? You have 30 minutesWrite your evidence on the paper provided to share with the class. Also write a copy for notes. Be ready to share this information with the class.
Tuesday, March 2, 2010 Are you ready for Science FCAT? Seven days and counting. . . (Then you’ll be done with FCAT forever!) To be prepared for class WHEN THE BELL RINGS.. Acquire a sheet of paper and label it #18 “Reconstruction” with today’s date. Dustin – Remember me warning you about a notebook quiz? Get that thing organized!!
Reconstruction : Aftermath of the Civil War • What was the ‘state of the South’ after the war?American Pageant p. 473-479
Lincoln’s Plan for Reconstruction • Use ANY resource you need (Pageant, Civil War, or Context) and answer the following: • How did Lincoln feel about the South after the war? • What was Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction? • What opposition did Lincoln face in regards to his Reconstruction plan? What were their views on the subject?
Wednesday, March 3, 2010 • Open your notes to your Lincoln Homework. • Underneath – outline the 13th amendment. How was Lincoln responsible for its creation?
Degrees of Response Rebels Lincoln Radicals
Thursday, March 4, 2010 In your notes explain the Wade-Davis Bill. How does it contrast Lincoln’s ideas of Reconstruction?
New President : Old Ideas Read about Andrew Johnson (Civil Warp. 211-215) How was he willing to uphold the ideas of Lincoln? What unforeseen circumstances result in Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction?
A. Pageantp. 480-481 Freedmen’s Bureau :The answer to everyone’s problems? Congressional Concerns with Southern Population
New Legislation for Change • Civil Rights Bill of 186614th Amendment • Must ratify 14th Amendment for reentry to US
Events to Congressional Takeover • Race Riots • 1866 Election • Johnson’s Incapability ‘Civil War’p. 216-17