Time Period #4 [1800-1848] SAQ and LEQ Prompts

Time Period #4 [1800-1848] SAQ and LEQ Prompts
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As many social studies professionals know, time is a precious commodity that needs to managed effectively. This product is designed to help you meets the curricular demands of your Advanced Placement United States history course efficiently and effectively. Instead of investing countless hours searching, polishing and publishing short answer questions for your AP program, spend 30 seconds downloading this ZIP file loaded with Time Period specific prompts.

This product includes 37 SAQ prompts and 21 LEQ prompts

Original SAQ’s as well as prompts aggregated from a variety of online sources are organized into a single folder for your exploration of Time Period #4 [1800 -1846]. The prompts focus on the following topics:

Module A [1800 to 1824] Revolution of 1800 through Era of Good Feelings

Louisiana Purchase [Map]
Jefferson and Madison Foreign Policy
Marbury vs. Madison [1803]
Debating the War of 1812
The War of 1812
The Hartford Convention [Cartoon]
Post War Expansion [1790-1820]
The American System
The Erie Canal
The Transportation Revolution
McCulloch vs., Maryland [1819]
The Panic of 1819
Early Industrial Revolution [1820-1850]
Era of Good Feelings
Debating Missouri Statehood [POV]
The Election of 1824 [Map]
The Marshall Court [1803-1824]


Module B [1824 to 1848] The Election of 1824 through the Market Revolution

Politics in Antebellum America
Jacksonian Democracy
King Andrew I [Cartoon] Form A, B, and C
The Bank Veto
Jackson vs. Bank [POV]
Jackson vs. Native Americans
Antebellum Immigration 1820-1860 [Graph]
Irish Immigration [Cartoon]
The Market Revolution
The Growth of Slavery 1820-1840 [Graph]

Module C [1824 to 1848] Reactions to Market Revolution trough Antebellum reforms

Expansion of Democracy[1824-1848]
Second Great Awakening
Antebellum Slavery
Antebellum Reform [Slavery]
Antebellum Reform [Women]
Antebellum Reform [Temperance]

The LEQ prompts are also aggregated from a variety of online sources are organized into a single folder for your exploration of Time Period #4 [1800-1848]. Some sample prompts include:

Module A [1800 to 1824] Revolution of 1800 through Era of Good Feelings

To what extent was the election of 1800 aptly called the “Revolution of 1800”? Respond with reference to TWO of the following areas: economics, foreign policy, judiciary, politics

“After the War of 1812 an Era of Good Feelings emerged within American society.” Support, modify, or refute this statement.

Module B [1824 to 1848] The Election of 1824 through the Market Revolution

Evaluate ways developments in transportation brought about economic and social change in the United States in the period 1800 to 1848.

The Jacksonian period (1824-1845) has been celebrated as the era of the “common man.” To what extent did the period live up to its characterization? Consider TWO of the following in your response: economic development, politics, reform movements

Module C [1824 to 1848] Reactions to Market Revolution trough Antebellum reforms'

To what extent did the economies of the Northeast, Midwest, and South reflect consistency or significant change during the time period 1815 to 1860. (2008)

Evaluate the effect of various European immigrant groups on the development of a distinct American identity in the period 1830 to 1860. (2007)





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