Unit 3 Ch. 5-8

Unit III Homework Guide

Revolution and Republican Culture, 1763-1820


Note:  for reading pages below, you are responsible to have read those pages BEFORE YOU ARRIVE TO CLASS THE NEXT DAY.  If it is HW on Monday, you might have a quiz on it on Tuesday


Unit II—Ch. 5 The Problem of Empire, 1763-1776;  Ch. 6 Making War & Republican Governments, 1776-1789;   Ch. 7 Hammering Out a Federal Republic, 1787-1820;  Ch. 8 Creating a Republican Culture, 1790-1820

                Part 3

College Board Periodization:  1754-1800
















  Unit II Final Test

Ch. 5


HW:Ch. 5 read pp. 146-157 and write subheadings 


Ch. 5 Periodization/Unit III

Pontiac's Rebellion & Proc. of 1763--find common thread-Activity 

HW:Ch. 5 pp. 157-168 and write subheadings 




Ch. 5 Online


HW: Ch. 5 read 168-174 and write subheadings

CAPP practice 172-173-Activity





HW: Ch. 5 read 174-181 and write subheadings

Go over Unit II test and CCOT Essay 



Ch. 5 Sub-headings due

Anti-Federalist papers

Federalist Papers

 EC--find out the "legal description" of your property or some property & explain how the wording is linked to NW Ordinance/Land Ordinance 1785--Due Wednesday 10/10

HW: Ch. 6 182-189 and write subheadings 



Federalist/Anti-Federalist research homework.

HW: Ch. 6 189-196 and write subheadings 



Federalist/Anti-Federalist debate

Ch. 6 Online


HW: Ch. 6 196-213 and write subheadings 


No School


HW:  7 214-225and write subheadings 


Ch. 5-6 Vocab Quiz 


Ch. 6 Sub-Headings  

Last day to retake Unit II test 


:  7 226-233 and write subheadings





Review DBQ rubric 

 HW:  7 234-247 and write subheadings





Ch. 7 Online


HW:  write subheadings 






Write Essay--DBQ


Ch. 7 Sub-Headings

:  8 and write subheadings 


Monroe Doctrine--the most important event in American History? 

:  8 and write subheadings 



Ch. 7-8 Vocab Quiz



 HW:  8 and write subheadings 



Ch. 8 Online


HW:  8 and write subheadings




Ch. 8 Sub-Headings

Unit Final Test MC



 Unit III SAQ Final

Concept Outline for Unit 3


PERIOD 3 (1754-1800)

British imperial attempts to reassert control over its colonies and the colonial reaction to these attempts produced a new American republic, along with struggles over the new nations’ social, political, and economic identity.


Key Concept 3.1 – British attempts to assert tighter control over its North American colonies and the colonial resolve to pursue self-government led to a colonial independence movement and the Revolutionary War (Note: text book has this in Ch. 4)


Key Concept 3.2 –Migration within North America and competition over resources, boundaries, and trade intensified conflicts among peoples and nations.


Unit 3 Vocabulary

You do not have vocabulary “assignments” but you will have a vocab test for every 2 chapters.


Ch 5 1763-1776


Concepts & Events

Sugar Act of 1764

Stamp Act of 1765

Quartering Act of 1765

Stamp Act Congress

Sons of Liberty

Declaratory Act 1766

Townshend Act of 1767

Tea Act of 1773

Coercive Acts

Natural Rights

Nonimportation Movement

Committees of Correspondance

2nd Continental Congress

Popular Sovereignty


People to Know

George Grenville

Charles Townshend

Lord North

Samuel Adams

Thomas Paine

Thomas Jefferson


Ch. 6 1776-1789

Concepts & Events

Battle of Saratoga (1777)

Valley Forge

Battle of Yorktown (1781)

Treaty of Paris (1783)

Articles of Confederation

Northwest Ordinance (1787)

Shay’s Rebellion

Virginia Plan 

NJ Plan




People to Know

General William Howe

General Horatio Gates

Robert Morris

James Madison


Ch. 7  1787-1820

Concepts & Events

Judiciary Act (1789)

Bank of the United States

Whiskey Rebellion

Jay’s Treaty

XYZ Affair

Naturalization, Alien & Sedition Acts

Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions

Marbury vs. Madison

Embargo Act (1807)

Treaty of Ghent 

McCulloch v. Maryland

Adams-Onis Treaty

Monroe Doctrine.


People to Know

Alexander Hamilton

John Marshall


Henry Clay

John Q. Adams


Ch. 8 1790-1820


Concepts & Events


Panic of 1819

Commonwealth System

Republican Motherhood

American Colonization Society

Missouri Compromise

Second Great Awakening


People to Know

John Jacob Astor

Benjamin Rush

Lyman Beecher

Emma Willard