UNITED STATES HISTORY REVIEW SESSIONS:
Hour Long Regents Reviews – Beginning May 20, 2013 at 2:55 PM
Reviews will either be held in Room 113 or Room 126. Please check eChalk and with your teacher for exact location.
Review Session 1 (May 20th, Monday): Enlightenment Influences, Colonial Settlements, Early Government; Modern Constitution with Amendments. Amendments should be broken up thematically, such as “Bill of Rights,” “Reconstruction Amendments,” “Progressive Amendments,”…etc.
Review Session 2 (May 21st, Tuesday): Modern Constitution with all Supreme Court Cases considered important. These cases will also be broken up thematically to promote understanding.
Review Session 3 (May 23rd, Thursday): Federalist Era (New Nation). 1789-1815; The Era of Good Feelings (Monroe), Jacksonian Democracy; and the Antebellum Era (Nationalism/Sectionalism)
Review Session 4 (May 28th, Tuesday): Westward Expansion; Civil War; Reconstruction
Review Session 5 (May 29th, Wednesday): The Gilded Age (Industrialization, Rise of Big Business, Immigration, Strikes and Unions, and Municipal Corruption)
Review Session 6 (May 30th, Thursday): The Progressive Era and Imperialism (Policies of Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson)
Review Session 7 (June 3rd, Monday): World War I, Prosperity and Depression (1918-1940)
Review Session 8 (June 4th, Tuesday): World War II and the Cold War (1940-1989). Highlights of the Cold War: Origins, Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam, Nixon and China (Détente), Reagan Doctrine and End of Cold War
Review Session 9 (June 6th, Thursday): Modern America: 1950's Consumerism, Civil Rights, Free Speech Movement, Watergate