1.) Watch Chapter 26 Review videos. Annotate slides (Recommended by 01/19/16)
2.) Read & Take notes on Chapter 26 in the American Pageant. (Required half by 01/19/16, rest by 01/21/16)
3.) Complete the identifications for Chapter 26. (Due 01/25/16)
4.) Continue to complete the Period 6 Key Concept graphic organizer. Be sure you know everything on the concept outline AND historical examples!
- Chapter 24-25 & 26 Identifications
- Chapter 24-25 & 26 Reading Notes
- Chapter 24-26 Exam
Suggested Optional Videos:
Chapter 23-26 Youtube Playlist
Watch APUSH American Pageant Chapter 23 & 26 Part 5, 6, & 7
Chapter 26 Youtube Playlist
Watch all the videos
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Complete Lesson 26-29
Most presidents make decisions that have positive and negative effects. President Andrew Jackson (1829 – 1837) was no exception. To many Americans, he was the “hero of the common man.” To others he was no better than King George III.
How Democratic was Andrew Jackson?
Did Andrew Jackson abuse the powers of the presidency?
What should be the legacy of the Jacksonian era?
MUST KNOWS: Spoils System, Age of the Common Man, Nullification Crisis, Indian Removal Act, Bank War, Maysville Road Bill, Development of Whig & Democratic Parties
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