Time Period #5 [1848-1877] SAQ and LEQ Prompts

Time Period #5 [1848-1877] 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 40 SAQ prompts and 25 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 #5 [1848 -1877].

The prompts focus on the following topics:

Module 5a – Manifest Destiny, Sectional Tensions and the Brink of Civil War [1848 to 1859]
Expansion and Settlement [1803-1848]
Annexation of Texas
Debating the Annexation of Texas [1844]
Manifest Destiny [6 FORMS]
War with Mexico [POV]
Slavery in the Territories [POV]
Mexican Cession [Form A]
Mexican Cession [Form B]
Slavery in the Territories [1848]
Walt Whitman - Pioneers
Compromise of 1850
Debating the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850
Enforcing the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850
Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 [Poster]
A Ride for Liberty [Painting]
Slavery in the Territories [1850-1855]
Dred Scott vs. Sanford
Fredrick Douglass on Dred Scott

Module 5b - The Election of 1860 through the American Civil War [1860 to 1865]

Debating the Civil War [POV]
Battle of Antietam
Emancipation Proclamation
Emancipation [Poster]
The Mighty Scourge [Graph]
Slavery and the Civil War
Lincoln Tried by War

Module 5c – The End of the Civil War through the Election of 1876 [1865 to 1876]

The First African American in Congress
Civil War Amendments
Perspectives on Reconstruction
the 15th Amendment [Cartoon]
The Johnson Impeachment [POV]
Johnson vs. Radicals [Cartoon]
Consequences of Reconstruction
Taking the Oath and Drawing Rations [Image]
Plessy vs. Ferguson

The LEQ prompts are also aggregated from a variety of online sources are organized into a single folder for your exploration of Time Period #5 [1848-1877].

Some sample prompts include:

Module 5a – Manifest Destiny, Sectional Tensions and the Brink of Civil War [1848 to 1859]

Evaluate the extent to which sectional conflict from 1820 to 1860 contributed to maintaining continuity as well as fostering change in political ideals and attempts to compromise.

Compare and contrast the political and economic characteristics of the Northeast and the South from 1800 to 1860.

Module 5b - The Election of 1860 through the American Civil War [1860 to 1865]

Evaluate the changing role of African-Americans within American society from 1861 to 1870.

Evaluate the impact of the Civil War on political and economic developments in TWO of the following regions: the South, the North, the West. Focus your answer on the period between 1865 and 1900.

Module 5c – The End of the Civil War through the Election of 1876 [1865 to 1876]

Evaluate the political, economic, and social reactions of African Americans to the end of Reconstruction (1877).

Explain why and how the role of the federal government changed as a result of the Civil War with respect to TWO of the following during the period 1861-1877: race relations, economic development, westward expansion (2006)






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