Apush Final Project

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O The final slide must include at least 5 sources used for your movie. You can choose to work on this by yourself or to do this with a partner. All final project should be finalized correctly and saved in the I Drive of your teacher under the appropriate class period. What political, social, or economic change took place between 1607 and the present? How/why did it change over time? You will address this question by finding and analyzing a number of historical primary sources. O The final slide must include at least 5 sources used for your movie. You can choose to work on this by yourself or to do this with a partner. All final project should be finalized correctly and saved in the I Drive of your teacher under the appropriate class period.

Access in office for mac. Project 1: Five Most Significant Days In American History And Why Project. • Individual or with partner • Pick five days (avoid the obvious: July 4, 1776; August 6, 1945; April 14, 1865; April 30, 1789; etc.) that fundamentally changed the course of American history. • For each day you choose complete the following tasks • Explain what happened in detail • Explain why these dates are important in the broader context of U.S. History • What separates these dates from more obvious historical markers? • You may do a poster, a Power Point, or make a film that introduces your choices and explains why they are significant.

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• Include the source material on which your project is based. Project 2: Across The Borders Project. • Individual only • Begin with the date and place of your birth and build a “tree” of ancestors—parents, grandparents, great grandparents, etc., until you get to ancestors who crossed the borders into America from another country. • At the point when your ancestor(s) crossed the border, include a detailed history ( no personal information, please!) of what was going on in America in that year. • Include significant events in various categories of history • Economics • Politics • Society • Foreign Affairs • You may do a poster, a Power Point, or make a film that presents your roots (or branches).

Get artistic! Use music, pictures, and/or maps—make this worthwhile, interesting, and informative. Project 3: What If? • Individual or with partner • Choose ONE potentially significant “What if?” in American history—i.e.

What if Abraham Lincoln had not gone to Ford’s Theater? What if the British Army would have made George Washington a general in the army at the end of the French and Indian War? What if the Army of Northern Virginia had turned the union left flank at Gettysburg?

Final

• You should include a brief description of what actually happened in history • Choose a key moment of the time period you are examining and imagine if something had occurred differently • Create an alternate timeline of events hypothesizing what might have happened if history had been altered at the key moment you chose • Explain why you think it would have happened differently. • Individual or with partner • Choose one Comic Book Superhero (or other approved cultural icon) and create an illustrated timeline showing his or her development and how it has reflected the historical events of the time.

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