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1 DORAL ACADEMY PREPARATORY AP UNITED STATES HISTORY SUMMER READING / ASSIGNMENTS Students enrolled in AP U.S. History will need to complete summer reading to be successful in the course when it begins in the fall. Please understand that the course is taught very similar to a Freshman/Sophomore level college survey course in U.S. History but with even more depth. The reading, writing, and analytical demands placed on the students in this course are substantial. We will move through content fairly quickly during the school year, on average we will cover one unit every 2-3weeks. Within those weeks, students will be reading 3-5 chapters, completing 125+ terms, analyzing 6-7 primary source documents and writing essay outlines therefore, it is crucial that you are properly prepared before that class begins. Students will be expected to have a foundational knowledge of the Pre colonial and American Colonies before the class begins in August. It is a long grueling process but it is one that we will get through and conquer together and you will succeed! If you have questions on this assignment please me. I. PART ONE Students must access the American Pageant (12th Edition) and have read Chapters 1 5 by the beginning of school. The book can be easily accessed on our school webpage. There will be a quiz on the first day of class on the readings. Students should be familiar with the following information from the Summer Reading assignment. Students must pass in the answers to the following questions on the first day of school. Answers should be handwritten in blue or black ink (only) and it must be NEAT or typed!! These questions are DUE ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. Answers can be in a bulleted style like you would take notes in class. Please read the example below. It not only lists broad themes but also gives an explanation. These questions must be answered based on the reading. Use the questions as guided reading questions. Clearly label each chapter. CHAPTER 1 Example: Describe the main causes WWI. Militarism- the buildup of arms, forces across the world led to an insurgent of tensions, insecurities, and fear Alliances- The secret alliances that were made 70 years prior to the war will essentially lead to two sides (teams) being formed Imperialism- With Africa in sight and all of its resources European countries fought for new colonies Nationalism- The Balkan Crisis, the assassination of the archduke and the love of one s country all led to WWI s beginning Chapter One: 1. Describe the geological and geographical conditions that set the stage for North American history. 2. Describe the origin and development of the major Indian cultures of the Americas. 3. Explain the developments in Europe and Africa that led to Columbus s voyage to America. 4. Explain the changes and conflicts that occurred when the diverse worlds and peoples of Europe, Africa, and the Americas collided after Describe the Spanish conquest of Mexico and South America, and of the later Spanish colonial expansion into North America.

2 6. Describe the major features of Spain s New World Empire, including relations with the native Indian populations. Chapter Two: 7. Explain why England was slow to enter the colonization race and what factors finally led it to launch colonies in the early seventeenth century. 8. Describe the development of the Jamestown colony from its disastrous beginnings to its later prosperity. 9. Describe the cultural and social interaction and exchange between English settlers and Indians in Virginia and the effects of the Virginians policy of warfare and forced removal on Indians and whites. 10. Compare the tobacco-based economic development of Virginia and Maryland with South Carolina s reliance on large-plantation rice-growing and African slavery based on West Indian models. 11. Identify the major similarities and differences among the southern colonies of Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. Chapter Three: 12. Describe the Puritans and their beliefs, and explain why they left England for the New World. 13. Explain how the Puritans theology shaped the government and society of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 14. Explain how Massachusetts Bay s conflict with religious dissenters, as well as new economic opportunities, led to the expansion of New England into Rhode Island, Connecticut, and elsewhere. 15. Describe the conflict between colonists and Indians in New England and the effects of King Philip s War. 16. Summarize early New England attempts at intercolonial unity and the consequences of England s Glorious Revolution in America. 17. Describe the founding of New York and Pennsylvania, and explain why these two settlements as well as the other middle colonies became so ethnically, religiously, and politically diverse. 18. Describe the central features of the middle colonies, and explain how they differed from New England and the southern colonies. Chapter Four: 19. Describe the basic economy, demographics, and social structure and life of the seventeenth-century colonies. 20. Compare and contrast the different forms of society and ways of life of the southern colonies and New England. 21. Explain how the practice of indentured servitude failed to solve the colonial labor problem and why colonists then turned to African slavery. 22. Describe the character of slavery in the early English colonies and explain how a distinctive African American identity and culture emerged from the mingling of numerous African ethnic groups. 23. Summarize the unique New England way of life centered on family, town, and church, and describe the problems that afflicted this comfortable social order in the late seventeenth century. 24. Describe family life and the roles of women in both the southern and New England colonies, and indicate how these changed over the course of the seventeenth century. Chapter Five: 25. Describe the demographic, ethnic, and social character of Britain s colonies in the eighteenth century, and indicate how colonial society had changed since the seventeenth century. 26. Explain how the economic development of the colonies altered the patterns of social prestige and wealth, and brought growing class distinctions and class conflict to British North America. 27. Identify the major religious denominations of the eighteenth-century colonies, and indicate their role in early American society. 28. Explain the causes of the Great Awakening, and describe its effects on American religion, education, and politics. 29. Describe the origins and development of education, culture, and journalism in the colonies.

3 30. Describe the basic features of colonial politics, including the role of various official and informal political institutions. 31. Indicate the key qualities of daily existence in eighteenth-century colonial America, including forms of socialization and recreation. II. PART TWO Students will need to also turn in these two documents on the first day of school: first, a completed colonial map (instructions below), and second, the Colonial America content frame. Students should use their textbook to complete both activities. Both of these sheets will be uploaded to my class webpage before the end of the year. They will be located in the homework section on my webpage The map should be labeled with the following information: 1. Identification of the different geographic regions of Colonial North America (New England, Middle Colonies, Chesapeake, and Southern Colonies) 2. Identification of the major geographic entities in North America (e.g., major rivers, mountain ranges, etc.) 3. Identification of the thirteen original English colonies 4. Identification of major immigrant groups and where they settled within North America 5. Identification of distinct economic identities / activities of the different geographic regions You can use all different colors. Do it so it makes sense to you. The Thirteen Colonies Worksheet- 1. Complete the chart completely You are essentially completing one unit over the summer and will be off to a great start for the school year. I wish you a great summer. Again, please do not hesitate to me if you have any questions. Coloniesle Colonies CUNIT 1: Colonial America pre Big Picture: (2.5weeks- 3 weeks) Tentative Exam Date and Due Date for Binder, Terms, DBQ FRQ etc will be September 5th Part 3- TERMS TO KNOW- These terms are not due until week 2 of the course. However, I am providing them to you early to get ahead. Typically you will have terms assigned to you on the first day of a unit and they are typically due the day of your unit exams which tend to be about 2-3 weeks after we begin a unit. THIS IS OPTIONAL BUT FOR THOSE THAT WISH TO GET AHEAD I HAVE PROVIDED YOU A JUMP START. Students must not just define a term but rather tell me who, what, where, when, how, why and significance to the section we are discussing. A mere definition will result in a reduced grade. Rubrics will be provided on the first day of school.

4 Terms must be done in your SPIRAL NOTEBOOK. Terms should not only define but illustrates the term s significance; a mere definition will lead in a reduction of a grade. TERMS MUST BE NUMBERED! DO THEM IN ORDER 1) Christopher Columbus 2) Amerindians 1) three sisters: maize, squash, beans 2) semi-sedentary societies 3) matrilineal 4) matrilocal 5) Pueblo 6) Creek 7) Choctaw 8) Iroquois Confederacy 9) longhouse 10) Hernan Cortés, Aztecs 11) Francisco Pizarro, Inca 12) Black Legend 13) St. Augustine 14) New France 15) Samuel de Champlain 16) Quebec 17) coureurs de bois 18) voyageurs 19) Jesuits 20) Algonquins 21) Hurons 22) Spain 23) New Mexico 24) Pueblo Indians 25) Santa Fe 26) Encomienda 27) mission system 28) mestizos 29) Pope s Rebellion (Pueblo Revolt), ) English colonies 31) Plymouth 32) Pilgrims 33) Wampanoags

5 34) Squanto 35) Thanksgiving 36) Pequot War 37) New England Confederation 38) King Philip s War 39) Quakers, pacifism 40) Chesapeake 41) John Smith 42) Powhatans 43) Anglo-Powhatan Wars 44) Bacon s Rebellion 45) Carolinas 46) Tuscarora 47) Yamasee 48) Dutch 49) New Netherlands 50) Dutch East India Company 51) Peter Minuit 52) Manhattan 53) Columbian Exchange 54) Church of England (Anglican Church) 55) Chesapeake 56) Virginia 57) Jamestown, ) Virginia Company 59) Virginia Charter 60) starving time 61) Captain John Smith 62) Powhatans 63) Pocahantas 64) John Rolfe 65) tobacco 66) House of Burgesses 67) Maryland 68) Lord Baltimore 69) Act of Toleration, ) headright system 71) indentured servants 72) Bacon s Rebellion, ) Governor Berkeley 74) Nathanial Bacon

6 75) Carolinas 76) Restoration colonies 77) British West Indies 78) Restoration colonies 79) Rice and indigo 80) Charles Town 81) North Carolina 82) Georgia 83) James Oglethorpe 84) Middle Passage 85) slave codes 86) Gullah 87) Stono Rebellion 88) Protestant Reformation 89) Martin Luther 90) John Calvin 91) Calvinism 92) predestination 93) the elect 94) visible saints 95) Church of England 96) Puritans 97) Separatists 98) Pilgrims 99) John Robinson 100) Mayflower 101) Plymouth Bay 102) Mayflower Compact 103) Wampanoags (Pokanokets) 104) Thanksgiving 105) Squanto 106) Massasoit 107) Massachusetts Bay Colony 108) Archbishop Laud 109) Great Migration 110) John Winthrop 111) covenant theology 112) A Model of Christian Charity 113) Congregational Church 114) townhall meetings

7 115) established 116) John Cotton 117) Cambridge Platform 118) Quakers 119) Anne Hutchinson 120) antinomianism 121) Roger Williams 122) liberty of conscience 123) jeremiad 124) Half-way Covenant 125) Salem Witch Trials 126) Cotton Mather 127) Rhode Island 128) Connecticut 129) Thomas Hooker 130) Fundamental Orders 131) Pequot War 132) New England Confederation 133) King Philip s War 134) Metacom 135) Dominion of New England 136) Charles II 137) mercantilism 138) Navigation Laws 139) Glorious Revolution 140) First American Revolution 141) Sir Edmund Andros 142) perfectionism 143) Harvard College 144) Massachusetts School of Law 145) New Netherlands 146) Peter Minuit 147) Manhattan Island 148) New Amsterdam 149) patroonship 150) Peter Stuyvesant 151) New York 152) New York Chapter of Liberties 153) Leisler s Rebellion 154) Pennsylvania 155) Quakers

8 156) William Penn 157) Holy Experiment 158) New Jersey 159) Delawareolonization Colonial Founders Specific Colonies Economic Characteristics Southern Colonies New England Colonies Middle Colonies Geographic Characteristics Political Characteristics Social Characteristics

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