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APUSH

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Click HERE for Semester Two review.

 

Click HERE for an excellent, all-purpose review website for the AP Exam. 

 

See Class Notes folder in Navigator Bar for some study materials on Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, the Civil Rights Movement, LBJ, and Vietnam. Please read these over in preparation for the AP Exam.

 

See folder entitled History Timelines for two complete timelines covering Semesters One and Two. These were created by Kelsey H. and Jennifer S. so thank them when you see them.

 

See below for Ch. 41 Vocabulary. There will be no links for these 65 terms but you need to read over the list and LOOK UP the terms you are unfamiliar with.

 

  1. Edward Kennedy
  2. Ronald Reagan
  3. Moral Majority
  4. Milliken v. Bradley 
  5. “white flight”
  6. Regents of the Univ. of California v. Bakke 
  7. neoconservatives
  8. John Anderson
  9. James Watt
  10. Proposition 13
  11. “boll weevils”
  12. supply-side economics (Reaganomics)
  13. yuppies
  14. Star Wars (SDI)
  15. Solidarity
  16. “Teflon president”
  17. Sandanistas
  18. Iran-contra
  19. Walter Mondale
  20. Geraldine Ferraro
  21. Mikhail Gorbachev
  22. glasnost
  23. perestroika
  24. INF Treaty
  25. Oliver North
  26. Caspar Weinberger
  27. Sandra Day O’Connor
  28. Roe v. Wade 
  29. Robert Bork
  30. Edwin Meese
  31. “Black Monday”
  32. Gary Hart
  33. Jesse Jackson
  34. Michael Dukakis
  35. George H.W. Bush 
  36. Tiananmen Square
  37. Boris Yeltsin
  38. START II
  39. Nelson Mandela
  40. Manuel Noriega
  41. Persian Gulf War 
  42. Operation Desert Storm
  43. Norman Schwarzkopf 
  44. ADA (1990)
  45. Clarence Thomas 
  46. Anita Hill
  47. Gender Gap 
  48. "read my lips - no new taxes"
  49. 27th Amendment
  50. Ross Perot
  51. Bill Clinton and Al Gore
  52. J. Danforth Quayle 
  53. Carol Moseley Braun
  54. Janet Reno
  55. Donna Shalala
  56. Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  57. dont ask - don't tell 
  58. Hillary Rodham Clinton
  59. Brady Bill
  60. Newt Gingrich
  61. Contract With America
  62. Bob Dole 
  63. NAFTA 
  64. Primary Colors 
  65. Whitewater 

 

 

 

Welcome to Ciocca's AP/GT United States History Wiki!

 

The purpose of this wiki is to work collaboratively to define significant terms for each chapter. You can then use this resource to study for quizzes and tests.

 

Refer to the class handout for guidelines and requirements. For each chapter you must (A) thoroughly define at least one term and (B) comment on at least three of your classmates definitions. These comments can be clarification, elaboration, a question, the addition of a visual (map, political cartoon, photo), primary source link, resource link, or anything that might enrich your classmates' understanding of the term and its significance, and (C) once you have completed both A and B, copy your term (no visuals or links) into the printable terms page for your assigned number for that chapter. Be sure you are in the correct period. This allows you to see all the terms for that chapter and print them for study purposes.

 

Remember to always use correct 'Wiki etiquette' by keeping all comments polite and constructive and never critical or unkind. Your grade will reflect the quality of your collaboration and contribution to this site. You will receive up to 70 points for the definition and up to 10 points for each comment. You may comment more than three times.

 

Due dates: Each chapter has a due date. Your definition must be posted by 7:30 AM on the due date. See six week calendar for due dates. Note that you can continue to comment up to the day of the test or quiz.

 

Follow directions on the handout to join the class wiki. This requires an email address. If you do not have access to an email address, please see me as soon as possible.

 

To get started, go to the Vocabulary Folder FOR YOUR CLASS PERIOD to the right (Navigator Bar). To do this, click on FILES then find your class period and click on that folder. Then click on PAGES. There you will find the links to the individual chapters where you may add your definitions and comments. You must use the EDIT button and be sure to SAVE before navigating away from the page. Be sure to add your definition to the correct class period and to the correct chapter page.

 

For some excellent APUSH websites, click on the Links Folder (Navigator Bar) or the Sidebar which has interactive quizzes and other helpful resources.

 

 

 

 

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