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Week One: The Geographic Revolution CheckPoint: European Societal Changes Assignment: North American Civilization Paper Week Two: Settlement in the South and North Discussion Questions CheckPoint: Compare and Contrast Matrix Week Three: On the Road to American Independence CheckPoint: Great Britain and the Colonies Assignment: Seven Years’ War Paper Week Four: The American Revolution and a New Government Discussion Questions CheckPoint: The Confederation Government Table Week Five: Toward Nationalism CheckPoint: Hamilton’s Financial Program CheckPoint: War of 1812 Assignment: Western Expansion Presentation Week Six: Economic and Political Transformation Discussion Questions


CheckPoint: The Bank War Week Seven: Social Structure and Transformation in the North and South CheckPoint: Class Structure and Slave Culture Assignment: Perfection Era Paper Week Eight: Expansionism, Sectional Conflict, and Civil War Discussion Questions CheckPoint: Civil War Matrix Week Nine: Civil War Impact on American Society Capstone CheckPoint Final Project: Historical Timeline and Essay

HIS 115 Week 1 Assignment - North American Civilization Paper Assignment: North American Civilization Paper Resource: Ch. 1 Interactive exercise, Gutiérrez Map, at the textbook hyperlinked Web site at http://highered.mcgrawhill.com/sites/0072970871/student_view0/chapter1/psi_source__gutierrez_map.html Due Date: Day 7 [post to the Individual forum] Examine the Interactive exercise, Gutiérrez Map, on the Nation of Nations textbook Web site. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper addressing the following points: o Use the information in Ch. 1 to describe the early North American cultures by answering the following questions: From where did early North Americans migrate? How did they reach North America? Describe the lifestyles of early North American men and women. o Use the information in the Gutiérrez Map to answer the following questions: How and where are Native Americans presented on this map? How might have the map’s indication of where Native Americans lived strengthened European claims of sovereignty? What do the Spanish and French coats of arms in the upper-left-hand corner of the map represent? What does the Portuguese coat of arms in the lower-right corner of the map represent? Conclude by summarizing your paper. Apply APA formatting to your paper. Word attachment. Post your paper as a Microsoft

HIS 115 Week 3 Assignment Seven Years’ War Paper


Assignment: Seven Years’ War Paper Due Date: Day 7 [Individual forum] Imagine you live in eighteenth-century America. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper taking a first-person perspective of an average eighteenthcentury American citizen. Address the following points: o Describe the diverse social and political backgrounds existent in eighteenth-century America. o Explain how the diverse backgrounds and views led to the Seven Years’ War. o Explain how the outcome of the Seven Years’ War affected you, in particular, and America, in general. Use factual evidence from your book to support your paper. Apply APA formatting to your paper. Word attachment. Post your paper as a Microsoft

HIS 115 Week 5 Assignment - Western Expansion Presentation Assignment: Western Expansion Presentation Due Date: Day 7 [Individual forum] presentation addressing the following points: Create a 5- to 7-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint o Explain why Jefferson encouraged Western expansion. o Explain the repercussions of Western expansion after 1800. Include the political, social, and economic trends and impact due to Western expansion. Structure the presentation as if you are a history professor delivering a lecture on the topic. Include detailed speaker’s notes on each slide. Apply APA formatting to your paper. attachment. Post your presentation as a Microsoft® PowerPoint

HIS 115 Week 5 Checkpoint - Hamilton’s Financial Program CheckPoint: Hamilton’s Financial Program Due Date: Day 3 [Individual forum] Write a 150- to 200-word response answering the following questions: o What is the significance of Alexander Hamilton’s financial program? o How did Hamilton’s financial program play a role in the creation of a two-party political system?

HIS 115 Week 7 Assignment - Perfection Era Paper Assignment: Perfection Era Paper Due Date: Day 7 [Individual forum]


Write a 700- to 900-word paper addressing the following aspects of the Perfection Era. Assess the accomplishments made in the women’s sphere. o How did their accomplishments liberate them? o How did they restrain them? Assess the accomplishments made by the abolitionists. o How did their accomplishments liberate them? o How did they restrain them? Explain how the Second Great Awakening played a role in the accomplishments made by women and abolitionists. Apply APA formatting to your paper. Word attachment. Post you paper as a Microsoft

HIS 115 Week 9-Capstone Checkpoint Capstone CheckPoint Resource: Supplemental Image of British Political Cartoon—England’s Cotton, November 16, 1861 on your student course page Due Date: Day 4 [Individual forum] Examine the British Political Cartoon—England’s Cotton, November 16, 1861. Write a 200- to 300-word response answering the following questions: o How does this cartoon demonstrate the effect of the Civil War on other nations? o How does this cartoon illustrate the way the Civil War shaped domestic economic change? o Besides the effects on the cotton industry, what other political, social, and economic changes occurred because of the Civil War?

HIS 115 Week 9 Final Project - Historical Timeline and Essay Final Project: Historical Timeline and Essay Resources: Appendix A and the Nation of Nations textbook Web site at http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072970871/student_view0/index.html Due Date: Day 7 [Individual forum] Create a timeline that illustrates the significant events that led up to the Civil War. Include the following in your timeline: o Select 10 to 15 events, factors, or changes in society that fueled the conflict between the North and the South. In your timeline, include the following information about the events, factors, or changes: The year it occurred A name, title, or heading A brief description that describes how your selection pulled the North and the South further apart. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word essay explaining your timeline and the significance of historical events. Include the following in your essay:


o Select four to six of the events, factors, or changes from your timeline to address in your essay. Provide a detailed description of each selection. Explain why your selections were significant to the manifestation of the Civil War. Explain the relationship among your selections. Describe how each selection had a political, social, or economic impact on the country. Use the selections from your timeline to demonstrate how historical events shape the future. Apply APA formatting to your paper. Word attachments. Post your timeline and essay as Microsoft

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