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US History Curriculum | (Complete) | United States History | Distance Learning

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    US History Curriculum Binders and Pacing Guide

    Description

    This complete curriculum resource has over 1,005 pages/slide of material covering Ancient American | Native Americans, The Age of Exploration, Relations Between Colonists and Native Americans, The Original 13 Colonies, Events Leading up to the Revolutionary War, The American Revolution and Declaration of Independence, The Constitution and Articles of Confederation

    ***UPDATE: Now contains curriculum binders and sample classroom pacing guide!

    This resource contains 49 individual units/products! There are 7 units in each of the 7 bundles.


    The United States Curriculum Resource contains the following 7 Bundles:

    -United States History Interactive Notebook Bundle

    -United States History Reading Passage Bundle

    -United States History Project Based Learning Bundle

    -United States History Interactive PowerPoint Bundle

    -United States History STEM / STEAM Challenges Bundle

    -United States History Google Classroom Projects Bundle

    -United States History Assessments & Exams Bundle


    Check out the aligned bundles and their descriptions below! EVERYTHING is included in this resource!

    Here is a more in-depth look at all the topics covered :

    Ancient & Native American Units

    Ancient Americans (Mound Builders, Cliff Dwellers, Aztec, and Inca) Southwest Native Americans Hopi & Navajo, Great Plains – Comanche, Pawnee, Omaha – Northwest Native Americans Tlingit – Eastern Woodlands Natchez, Haudenosaunee Vocabulary: agriculture, clan, irrigation, nomads, pueblos, civilizations, migration, kivas, mesas, staple, travois, longhouse, wampum, adobe, wigwams, Iroquis confederacy, dugouts and more!

    Explorers, Early Exploration, and Trade Routes Units

    Exploration, Age of Discovery, Trading, the Silk Road, Tools & Technology (Compass, Astrolabe, Octant, Sextant, Chronometer, Gunpowder) Marco Polo, The Description of the World, Songhai, Caravans, Spanish Reconquista, Christopher Columbus's Voyage, Trade to Africa, Trade to China, The Columbus Exchange, Ferdinand Magellan, Circumnavigation, Hernan Cortes, The Northwest Passage, John Cabot, Giovanni da Verrazzano, Prince Henry and Much More!

    Colonist and Native American Relations Units

    Control of North America, The Pequot War, King Philip’s War, American-Indian Wars, Powhatan Wars in Virginia, French & Indian Wars, Indian Removal Act, The Trail of Tears, The 13 Colonies, Treaties, The Fur Trade, Andrew Jackson, Chief Tecumseh, John Marshall, Chief Logan, Sequoyah, Chief John Ross, and more!

    The Original 13 Colonies Unit

    The New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies, religious freedom vs religious tolerance, dissenters, Mayflower Compact, Quakers, Puritans, debtor’s prison, cash crops, blacksmiths, Frame of Government, plantations, Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, silversmiths, artisans, coopers, town criers, breadbasket colonies, indentured servants, proprietor, William Bradford, John Winthrop, Thomas Hooker, John Manson, Roger Williams, John Berkeley, William Penn, Peter Minuit, John Smith, Cecil Calvert, Lord Proprietors, James Oglethorpe, and much more!

    American Revolution: Events Leading Up to the War Units

    Proclamation of 1763, Sugar Act of 1764, Quartering Act of 1765, Stamp Act, Sons of Liberty, Daughters of Liberty, Townshend Acts of 1767, Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Party, The First Continental Congress, Paul Revere’s Ride, taxes, smuggling, proclamation, boycotts, parliament, minutemen, delegates, Patriots, Loyalists, militia, petitions, King George III, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Crispus Attucks, Lord Fredrick North, Mercy Otis Warren, Benjamin Franklin

    Declaration of Independence and the Revolutionary War Unit

    Battle of Lexington and Concord, Second Continental Congress, Battle of Bunker Hill, Olive Branch Petition, Common Sense, Declaration of Independence, Women During the War, Difficult Times During the War, Battle of Trenton, Battle of Saratoga, Treaty of Alliance, Winter at Valley Forge, Battle of Yorktown, Treaty of Paris, Patrick Henry, George Washington, Thomas Paine, Martha Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Deborah Sampson, John Hancock, John Burgoyne, Benedict Arnold, Nathan Hale

    The Constitution Unit

    Daniel Shays’ Rebellion, The Articles of Confederation, The Northwest Territory, The Land Ordinance of 1785, Northwest Ordinance of 1787, Virginia Plan, The New Jersey Plan, The Great Compromise, Constitutional Convention, The Constitution, Preamble, Federal System, The Three Branches of Government, Checks and Balances, The Federalist Papers, Anti-federalism versus Federalism, Amendments to the Constitution, Ratification of the Constitution, Bill of Rights, James Madison, Edmund Randolph, Roger Sherman, Alexander Hamilton, and more!

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    US History STEM & STEAM Challenges Bundle!

    Cross-curricular challenges for students who are studying US History!

    Each STEM Challenge has detailed directions, photo examples, a list of materials needed, prediction section, brainstorming section, trials 1, 2, & 3, final results section with drawings, and a reflection section.

    The STEM Challenges include:

    Native Americans STEM Challenge | The Iroquois | Wampum

    The STEM Challenge: While using string and beads, students must create a coded message. Each bead represents a letter of the alphabet or a space in between words. STEM groups must decide what colors they will use for each letter in their message.. Other STEM groups will try to decipher their code (more instructions included in the resource)

    Cherokee Native Americans STEM Challenges

    Challenge #1 Design a Cherokee Winter Home

    Students design a model of a Cherokee Winter Home using a limited amount of supplies

    Challenge #2 Design a Cherokee Summer Home

    Students design a model of a Cherokee Summer Home using a limited amount of supplies

    Age of Discovery | Early Explorers STEM Challenge

    The STEM Challenge: Using a list of supplies, STEM groups (of 4) must design a sailing ship. The goal of this challenge is to create the fastest sailing ship. This will be measured by one member of the STEM group powering the ship by blowing through a straw. The STEM teams will line up their ships to compete. The fastest ship wins the challenge! (more instructions included in the resource)

    The Original 13 Colonies STEM Challenge

    The STEM Challenge: Using the supplies below, students must engineer a model of a plow. The plow must have functioning wheels where the contraption can be pulled around while the wheels spin.... (more instructions in the download)

    Events Leading Up to The Revolution STEM Challenge

    The STEM Challenge: Using a list of supplies, STEM groups must engineer a model of a spinning wheel! The model must contain the following elements: a drive wheel, a bobbin, and legs. The drive wheel must be able to spin... (more instructions in the download)

    American Revolution STEM Challenge

    The STEM Challenge: Using a list of supplies, STEM groups students must design a colonial haversack model that can hold as much weight as possible (more instructions included in the download)

    The Constitution STEM Challenge

    The STEM Challenge: Using the supplies below, STEM groups must create a unique ink recipe. The challenge is to create a recipe that produces a dark, thick ink that students can write clearly with... (more instructions included in the download)

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    Draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
    Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, using search terms effectively; assess the credibility and accuracy of each source; and quote or paraphrase the data and conclusions of others while avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation.
    Conduct short research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question), drawing on several sources and generating additional related, focused questions that allow for multiple avenues of exploration.
    Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and present the relationships between information and ideas clearly and efficiently.
    With some guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach, focusing on how well purpose and audience have been addressed.

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