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  • Course Description This course investigates the United States, its people, institutions, and heritage. It emphasizes political, cultural, and social issues as well as covering the role of the United States as a world leader and the issues confronting the United States today. We will be talking about different cultures, religions, political views, and beliefs. You have the right to speak your opinion, debate and discussion is a very effective way of learning. However, you must be respectful of everyone else in the classroom.

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    Expectations ● Respect: Yourself, your peers, and

    your environment ● Follow: Class procedures, all

    directions, and school policies ● Be Present: This means physically

    and mentally. Come to our virtual class and stay focused.

    Course Textbook: AMSCO AP US History 2015 ed. or later

    ELECTRONICS POLICY During Virtual Class

    ● Stay focused and participate ● Do not go on social media ● Do not check messages or chat

    Communication ● My email is [email protected] ● Remind Code: @dfabga ● Class APP:

    https://tinyurl.com/HALE-APUSH ● · Detailed class info. can be found at

    apushhale.weebly.com

    Homework (assignments that are in addition to posted Classwork)

    ● APUSH HW is intense. You should stay on top of your HW and not save it all to do the night before

    ● to be submitted by midnight of the due date or it will be marked late

    ● Upload ALL homework as a google doc. ● Communicate with me regarding any issues

    Excused Absences *You MUST have a parent/guardian notify me in the morning in order for your absence to be excused. *In the event of an absence, it is the student’s responsibility to get their work and/or notes.

    Late Work *All unexcused late HW submitted within a week of the due date will be deducted 30%. Late work after 1 week will be deducted 50%. **My policies are created to provide consistency and fairness. However, when extreme circumstances present themselves, my students should always feel free to approach me for a compromise.

    Academic Dishonesty Cheating is defined as academic dishonesty of any kind. Academic dishonesty includes -- but is not limited to -- copying the work of another student, plagiarizing work from Internet or other source, using an electronic device during assessments, and unauthorized communication between students during assessments. Should a student engage in academic dishonesty, LAG’s policy is a zero on that assignment and an alternate assignment may be given with the possibility of earning up to 60%.

    1. You may NOT split up a homework assignment and share the pieces.

    2. If you choose to work with someone, each person’s answers should be in their own words.

    mailto:[email protected] https://tinyurl.com/HALE-APUSH http://apushhale.weebly.com

  • AP Exam: Thursday, May 06, 2021 8:00 AM Local

    Breakdown of the Course & Exam:

    I. Part I: 55 Questions 55min (40%) II. Part II: Three Short Answers Questions (SAQ) 40 minutes (20%) III. Part III: DBQ (Reading and Essay) 65 minutes (25%) IV. Part IV: LEQ 35 minutes (15%)

    COURSE OUTLINE

    Period 1 (1491-1607) · Transatlantic Encounters and Colonial Beginnings, 1492–1690

    Period 2 (1607-1754) · Colonial North America (1690-1754)

    Period 3 (1754-1800) · The American Revolutionary Era (1754-1783) · From Confederation to Constitution

    Period 4 (1800-1848) · The Early Republic: Washington, Adams & Jefferson Administrations · The War of 1812 promotes nationalism & a revolution in infrastructure · Transformation of Politics in antebellum America (“Jacksonian Democracy”) · Social, & Religious Reforms of the Second Great Awakening · Territorial expansion, infrastructure, and Manifest Destiny intensify the slavery debate

    Period 5 (1844-1877) · The Crisis of the Union: Failed compromise leads to Secession · The Civil War · Reconstruction & the “New South”

    Period 6 (1865-1898) · “Disappearance” of the Frontier: RR’s, Native-American Assimilation & Agrarian Discontent · Industrialization, & the Labor Movement · “The Gilded Age” and Urban Society in the Late Nineteenth Century · The Progressive Movement · Neo-Imperialism: Spanish-American War- “Dollar Diplomacy”

    Period 7 (1890-1945)

    · The Emergence of America as a World Power: WWI and the Versailles Treaty · The “New Era:” The 1920's, the Harlem Renaissance & the seeds of the Great Depression · The Great Depression & The New Deal · Inter-War Isolationism · WWII

    Period 8 (1945-1980)

    · The conclusion of WWII ushers in the Cold War · The Eisenhower Era: The Cold War at home and abroad · The turbulent 60's and the Civil Rights Movement · The Cuban Missile Crisis · The “Great Society” · The Nixon Administration: Detente, The Conclusion of the Vietnam War & Watergate · The Carter Administration’s foreign & energy policy

    Period 9 (1980 – Present)

    · “The Reagan Revolution” · The “End” of the Cold War · The two Gulf Wars · The War on Terrorism

  • The Absolute Most Important Information in this Entire Syllabus

    Dear Students,

    You, the student, as a whole person, are my top priority as a teacher. Due to the rigor of this course, and the fact that you are often taking multiple rigorous courses on top of other school and community activities, a high degree of stress may develop. While stress is normal, it should never be suffocating. Your well-being matters more to me than any test score could ever mean. You should know that my door is always open to you and I am here to listen and provide as much support as I can. Just the same, parents should know that I am always available to talk. If the workload of the course becomes overwhelming, students should talk to me individually so that we can strategize about how to make things work while also accomplishing the objectives of the course. AP courses do not define who you are as a person, what type of colleges you will be able to get into, or you as a student.

    Sometimes, at absolutely no fault of our own, the weight of the stress and emotions in our lives become overwhelming. You have a right to feel mentally and physically safe. You should know that the adults in the school, including myself, our guidance counselors, and The Wellness Center are always willing to listen.

    However, if you do not feel comfortable talking with one of us, a few important numbers that you can utilize 24/7/365 are:

    ● Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

    Every texter is connected with a Crisis Counselor, a real-life human being trained to bring texters from a hot moment to a cool calm through active listening and collaborative problem solving.

    ● TrevorText for LGBTQ Youth: Text TREVOR to 1-202-304-1200

    TrevorText is a confidential and secure resource that provides live help for LGBTQ youth with a trained specialist

    ● The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1 800-273-8255

    A national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

  • When I’m online...

    I STAY SAFE AND POSITIVE

    I RESPECT MYSELF AND

    OTHERS

    I STAND UP TO CYBERBULLYING

    I PROTECT MY PRIVATE

    INFORMATION AND OTHERS

    I RESPECT COPYRIGHT AND

    INTELLECTUAL RIGHT

    I BALANCE MY TIME

    I GIVE PROPER CREDIT TO OTHERS’

    WORK

    I COMMUNICATE RESPONSIBLY &

    KINDLY TO OTHERS

    ABSOLUTELY NO SCREENSHOTS ALLOWED W/O EXPRESS PERMISSION

  • Classroom Signups &

    Apps.

    ❏ HALE APP.

    ❏ Remind Code: @dfabga

    ❏ Zoom through your NYC DOE

    address

    ❏ AP Classroom

    ❏ Quizziz

    ❏ Mote Ext.: Listen to my

    recorded feedback on

    assignments

    https://tinyurl.com/HALE-APUSH https://tinyurl.com/HALE-APUSH

  • How to Add HALE APP. to an Iphone 1. Open SAFARI, other browsers like Chrome do not

    work for this. 2. Tap the Share button at the bottom of the page. It

    looks like a square with an arrow pointing out of

    the top.

    3. In the list of options that appears, scroll down

    until you see Add to Home Screen. Tap this.

    4. On the next screen, choose a name for the

    website shortcut on your home screen. You'll see

    the link so you can confirm it, as well as the site's

    favicon that becomes its "app" icon. Click Add

    when you're done.

    5. Now just tap the new app on your home screen,

    and it will open the website in its own navigation

    window, independent of what you have open in

    Safari.

  • How to Add HALE APP. to an Android

    1. Launch the Chrome for Android App. 2. Open the Website that you need to

    create the shortcut link. 3. Tap on vertical 3 dots icon for menu

    options. 4