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Welcome to Social Studies 8, US History Beginnings to 1914.

 
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Second Trimester Final Exam study guide for Final on Friday, March 2, 2018

Click on  Social Studies 8  above to find your study guide.

Ch 9 Andrew Jackson Rap Directions and Rubric

Click on Social Studies 8 to see the Rap directions and Rubric. This is due Wednesday, Feb 14th.

Ch 8 Monroe Doctrine Map Directions. Map due Friday, February 9, 2018

Click on Social Studies 8 above to see the directions

Remember there are two directions: one for the map writing; one for how to color it.

Expansion of the United States to 1833 Map directions

Please click on Social Studies 8 above to see the directions & map (in case you messed up with map in class)

Second Trimester Extra Credit

Second Trimester Extra Credit is posted. Please click on Social Studies 8 link above to see it.

 
You can only do 20pts worth and it is due March 2, 2018.

Directions to Louisiana Purchase Map due tomorrow, Jan 19, 2018

Please click on Social Studies 8 above to see the directions.

Chapter 6 and 7 Test Study Guide

Ch 6 and 7 Test will be on Jan 23rd.  There will be 21 multiple choice questions, 4 True/False; 9 completion; 5 matching and 2 short answer questions, one worth 6pts, one worth 4pts = 50pts overall.  The study guide is located in the assignments, so click on Social Studies 8 above.

Ch 5, Sec 3 Pamphlet Due Tomorrow

Pamphlet directions are under Social Studies 8. Click on the link above.

Bill of Rights Worksheets and Textbook Questions on Bill of Rights, Ch 5, Sec 2

These worksheets and directions are in Social Studies 8. Click on link above.

Amendment Research Paper

Please look in Social Studies 8 for directions to do the Amendment Research Paper.

Homework Tonight, Nov 7 due Nov 8,2017

Click on Social Studies 8 above to see the assignment.  Print the assignment sheet off and attach it to the front of your homework.

Social Studies 8 covers the beginning of our country up to 1914, just prior to WW2.
 
We will be studying the Constitution, the early days of our Republic and then the growth of our nation.