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http://hwguides.com/HIS-125-Entire-CourseIncludes-All-DQs-Checkpoints-Assignments67.htm HIS 125 U.S. History 1865-1945 Week One CheckPoint: The Fourteenth Amendment Assignment: United States Senator Paper Week Two CheckPoint: Similarities in the South and the West Discussion Questions Participation Week Three CheckPoint: Effects of the Railroad CheckPoint: Industrial Workers Assignment: Big Business Report Week Four CheckPoint: City Culture Discussion Questions Participation Week Five CheckPoint: Farmersâ€™ Revolt CheckPoint: American Imperialism Assignment: Jim Crow Laws Paper Week Six CheckPoint: World War I Exercise: Create Your Next Discussion Question Discussion Questions Participation Week Seven
CheckPoint: Great Depression Assignment: Roaring Twenties Table and Paper Week Eight CheckPoint: World War II Timeline Exercise: Pearl Harbor Headlines Discussion Questions Participation Week Nine Capstone CheckPoint Final Project: Historical Effects Presentation Final Project: Historical Effects Paper
HIS 125 Week 1 Assignment - United States Senator Paper Assignment: United States Senator Paper • Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in the first-person perspective of a U.S. Senator during the Reconstruction period. • Include the following in your paper: o Assume the role of a Radical Republican Senator and argue the Radical Republican position of Reconstruction. For the Radical Republicans: What were the challenges of Reconstruction? What caused the failure of Reconstruction? o Assume the role of a moderate Republican and argue the moderate Republican position of Reconstruction. For the moderate Republicans: What were the challenges of Reconstruction? What caused the failure of Reconstruction? o Conclude your paper by explaining what positive changes occurred during the Reconstruction period, even though Reconstruction was considered a failure. • Format your paper according to APA standards. • Post your paper as an attachment.
HIS 125 Week 1 Checkpoint - The Fourteenth Amendment CheckPoint: The Fourteenth Amendment
• Write a 250- to 300-word response answering the following questions: o What was the written purpose of the Fourteenth Amendment? o How did the Fourteenth Amendment affect African Americans at that time? o What was the purpose of the Freedmen’s Bureau? o How did the Freedmen’s Bureau positively and negatively affect African Americans?
HIS 125 Week 2 Appendix B - Similarities in the South and the West CheckPoint: Similarities in the South and the West • Resource: Appendix B • Complete the table in Appendix B. • Write a 150- to 200-word summary, using your table, which explains the major social and economic similarities that occurred in the South and the West. • Post Appendix B as an attachment.
HIS 125 Week 3 Assignment - Big Business Report Assignment: Big Business Report • Resources: Ch. 19 introduces the origins of big business in North America. J. Pierpont Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, and John Rockefeller were among the pioneers of big business. • Write a 700- to 1,050-word report relating the business of one of the big business pioneers to the pros and cons of big business. • Select one of the pioneers of big business to research: o J. Pierpont Morgan o Andrew Carnegie o John Rockefeller • Include the following in your report: o A biography of the individual you selected What was his business and how did it get started? How or why did his business grow to the level that it did?
What were the positive and negative effects of the business in the late 19th Century? How has the individual you selected and his particular big business positively or negatively affected society today? o What were the pros and cons of big business in the 19th Century? o Do those pros and cons still exist? • Cite your references in APA format. • Include at least three sources besides your text. • Format your paper according to APA standards. • Post your report as an attachment.
HIS 125 Week 3 Checkpoint - Effects of the Railroad HIS 125 Week 3 Checkpoint - Industrial Workers CheckPoint: Industrial Workers • Assume the role of a newspaper journalist covering a story on industrial workers in the late 19th Century. • Write a 150- to 200-word article detailing the struggles of industrial workers.
HIS 125 Week 4 Checkpoint - City Culture CheckPoint: City Culture • Write a 150- to 200-word response addressing the following points: • Describe the social, economic, and political changes that played a role in the changing, vibrant city culture. • Explain how those changes were significant to growth and change in the country as a whole.
HIS 125 Week 5 Assignment - Jim Crow Laws Paper Assignment: Jim Crow Laws Paper
• Resource: Ch. 18 of Nation of Nations • Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper summarizing the emergence of Jim Crow laws. • Include the following in your paper: o Describe when and why Jim Crow laws emerged. o Explain the various ways that Jim Crow laws affected African Americans. What types of rights were taken away from African Americans? How did the absence of those rights affect their lives? o Explain the various African American responses to Jim Crow laws. o Describe the works of: Ida B. Wells Booker T. Washington W. E. B. Du Bois • Cite at least two sources besides the text. • Format your paper according to APA standards.
HIS 125 Week 5 Checkpoint - American Imperialism CheckPoint: American Imperialism • Write a 150- to 200-word response addressing the following points: o The American belief in superiority was one major factor that led to American imperialism. Explain the other social, economic, and strategic factors that played a role in American imperialism.
HIS 125 Week 5 Checkpoint - Farmers’ Revolt CheckPoint: Farmers’ Revolt • Create a five- to seven-point, bullet point list of the factors that led to political stalemate and the subsequent farmers’ revolt in the late 19th Century. • Write a 100- to 150-word response addressing the relationship between the issues the political system dealt with in the Gilded Age and current American political issues. Are they similar or different? Why?
• Format your paper according to APA standards.
HIS 125 Week 7 Assignment - Roaring Twenties Table and Paper Assignment: Roaring Twenties Table and Paper • Complete the table in Appendix C. • Create an outline, using your table, to write your paper. • Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper addressing the following questions: o What social, political, and economic changes and advances occurred during the Roaring Twenties? o How might the end of World War I have influenced social, political, and economic changes? o How did the emergence of mass society, mass media, and celebrity influence change? o How did the changes in the 1920s create a clash of values between modernists and traditionalists? o How did traditionalists fight back against the age of modernism and mass society? • Include at least three sources to support your explanation. • Format your paper according to APA standards.
HIS 125 Week 8 Checkpoint - World War II Timeline CheckPoint: World War II Timeline • Create a timeline of four to six significant events that occurred during World War II. • Include the following in your timeline: o The year the event occurred o The name and a short description of the event o A short explanation of why the event was significant to Americans
HIS 125 Week 8 Excercise - Pearl Harbor Headlines Exercise: Pearl Harbor Headlines • Assume the role of an American journalist during World War II.
• Write three newspaper headlines that indicate the significance of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Each headline must report the same event from a different perspective. Write one headline from a political perspective, one from a social perspective, and one from an economic perspective.
HIS 125 Week 9 Final Project - Historical Effects Presentation Final Project: Historical Effects Presentation • Resource: Appendix A • Choose five political, social, or economic events or changes that occurred between 1865 and 1945 from the list below: o The Fourteenth Amendment o Western expansion o Railroads o City life and city culture o The political machine o Wilson’s Fourteen Points o Progressivism o World War I o Pearl Harbor o World War II Select • Select two additional events or changes occurring between 1865 and 1945 that you consider significant. Your selections should be political, social, or economic in nature and not in the list provided above. • Create a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation addressing the following points of the seven selections you chose: o Describe your selections and explain how their significance at the time that they occurred. o Explain how your seven selections shaped current society. How might our society be different without those events, advances, or changes? • Include detailed speaker notes on each slide. • Include at least five sources and a reference slide to support your explanation. • Format your paper according to APA standards. • Post your paper as an attachment.
HIS 125 Week 9 Final Historical Effects Paper Choose five political, social, or economic events that occurred between 1865 and 1945, which you consider to be the most important and that have contributed the most to the national identity and our modern society. ·
Some examples of potential topics include, but are not limited to:
The Fourteenth Amendment
City life and city culture
The political machine
The Spanish American War
Wilson’s Fourteen Points
World War I
The Roaring 20s
The Great Depression
World War II
· Write an essay that covers all five of the events that you chose. Make sure to divide your paper into sections by using subheadings and address the following in your descriptions of the chosen events ·
Who was involved in the event
· What happened with this event - provide a description of the event that gives enough detail to give someone with no prior knowledge a good idea of what occurred. ·
When the event happened
· Where the event happened - was it a national event or something that happened overseas or a particular area of the country? · Why you chose the event - what makes this one of the five most important events of our time span, in your opinion? How has the event contributed to our national identity into the present day?
· Conclude your paper by describing what you believe the American identity is and which of your chosen events helped to shape this the most. ·
Format your paper according to APA style.
· Use two sources per event that you write about. The textbook can be one source for each event, but you will need two total citations per section. Include a reference page that has a complete list of all the sources you used and referenced in the paper. This needs to be in APA style