U.S. HISTORY REVIEW Copy notes on this presentation you think might be helpful! Analyzing Reading Passages 1. Any reference to topic, date, names or terms. freedom of speech that
criticizes the govt can be restricted in America if we are at war. ea . i d g in n r ai ma m e he
h t nt t i Jo n w do 4. MAKE A DECISION
2. Read the passage: WHAT IS THE MAIN IDEA??? 3. Look at each answer choice: Does it relate to the passage? Is there a date clue in the answer choice? To Be Conquered The US will support free
people who are forced into totalitarian govt. LOOK FOR TRENDS WHEN GIVEN A TIMELINE. CONTENT STRANDS
Domestic Affairs Global Affairs Civil Rights/Human Rights Economics
Culture GLOBAL AFFAIRS Imperialism 3. The global position ofthe United WW1, WW2 States due to Imperialism,
The Cold War Persian involvement in wars, etc. Gulf War ANY QUESTION THAT DEALS WITH A FOREIGN COUNTRY
GLOBAL AFFAIRS ECONOMICS 5. Economic transformation of the US ECONOMICS 6. Government involvement in the economy
CULTURE Teaching Evolution 7. Culturaltrends, religion, and artistic Prohibition influence on America Radio and Music
Harlem Renaissance and Jazz 1950s Culture Baby Boom, Rock & Roll, Suburbs, Cars, TV, & Internet IMPORTANT PHRASES: Expansion of Federal Power Overall increase in power of the US govt over citizens
The US govt regulates EVERYTHING in our country Economy, Work, Society Executive Power Powers only the President of the US can exercise Legislative Power Powers only the Congress/Senate of the US can exercise
IMPORTANT PHRASES: Mass Media forms of entertainment used for mass groups of people Newspaper --- Radio --- TV --- Internet Influence Public Opinion Yellow Journalism, Govt Propaganda, Fireside Chats, Images from Civil Rights Movement
Election of 1960, Vietnam War Opinion Creates a similar culture across long distances Jazz Music, Radio and TV programs broadcast nationwide
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Section 2-1. Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. Guide to Reading. In the 1890s an independent political movement called populism emerged to challenge the two major parties.
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To investigate our hypothesis we must first create a data collection sheet. For example if we wanted to find out if a girl was good at sport, the only way we would find out is by recording her gender. For...
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