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Recursos para APUSH

http://www.apushreview.com/additional-resources/ap-us-history-flashcards-by-time-period/

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8dPuuaLjXtMwmepBjTSG593eG7ObzO7s

https://www.apstudynotes.org/us-history/outlines/

http://ap.gilderlehrman.org/

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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Helpful Multiple Choice Review Websites:
http://www.bubbabrain.com/ap.php (interactive vocabulary practice)

http://www.historyteacher.net/USQuizMainPage.htm

http://regentsprep.org/regents/core/questions/topics.cfm?course=USHG

(This third link isn't an AP prep site, but it does cover some useful concepts and gives you more practice with multiple choice)

Helpful Exam Review Websites: 

Time lines:

Humor in History

Gadsden Purchase

War of 1812

Alexander Hamilton Rap

Notes

US History standards

03/19/19

STRAND: History Content Standard I:

Students are able to identify important people and events in order to analyze significant patterns, relationships, themes, ideas, beliefs, and turning points in New Mexico, United States, and world history in order to understand the complexity of the human experience.

 

9-12 Benchmark 1-B.

United States: analyze and evaluate the impact of major eras, events and individuals in United States history since the civil war and reconstruction:

 

#2 Standards and Specifications:

Analyze the transformation of the American economy and the changing social and political conditions in the United States in response to the industrial revolution, including:

b. rise of business leaders and their companies as major forces in America (e.g., John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie);

c. development of monopolies and their impact on economic and political policies (e.g., laissez-faire economics, trusts, and trust busting);

d. growth of cities (e.g., influx of immigrants, rural-to-urban migrations, racial and ethnic conflicts that resulted);

e. efforts of workers to improve working conditions (e.g., organizing labor unions, strikes, strike breakers);

f. rise and effect of reform movements (e.g., Populists, William Jennings Bryan, Jane Addams, and muckrakers);

Specifications:

●Describe the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory and the reform

 

#3 Standards and Specifications:

Analyze the United States’ expanding role in the world during the late 19th and 20th centuries, to include:

a. causes for a change in foreign policy from isolationism to interventionism; causes and consequences of the Spanish American war;

b. expanding influence in the western hemisphere (e.g., the Panama canal; Roosevelt corollary added to the Monroe doctrine, the “big stick” policy, and “dollar diplomacy”);

c. events that led to the United States’ involvement in World War I; United States’ rationale for entry into World War I and impact on military process, public opinion and policy;

e. United States’ impact on the outcome of World War I; United States’ role in settling the peace (e.g., Woodrow Wilson, Treaty of Versailles, league of nations, and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr.).

Specifications:

● Understand the goals of Imperialism

 

#4 Standards and Specifications:

Analyze the major political, economic and social developments that occurred between World War I and World War II, to include:

a. social liberation and conservative reaction during the 1920s (e.g., flappers, prohibition, the Scopes trial, and the red scare);

b. causes of the great depression (e.g., over production, under consumption, and credit structure);

e. human and natural crises of the great depression, (e.g., unemployment, food lines, the dust bowl, and western migration of mid-west farmers);

f. changes in policies, role of government and issues that emerged from the New Deal (e.g., the works programs, and social security, challenges to the supreme court).

 

#5 Standards and Specifications:

Analyze the role of the United States in World War II, to include:

a. reasons the United States moved from a policy of isolationism to involvement after the bombing of Pearl Harbor;

b. events on the home front to support the war effort (e.g., war bond drives, mobilization of the war industry, women and minorities in the work force);

c. major turning points in the war (e.g., the battle of Midway significance, D-Day invasion success, and the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan).

Specifications:

● Questions related to atomic bombs will be administered on the New Mexico History EOC.

● Understand the reasoning for rationing

 

#6 Standards and Specifications:

Analyze the development of voting and civil rights for all groups in the United States following reconstruction, to include:

a. intent and impact of the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments to the constitution;

b. segregation as enforced by Jim Crow laws following reconstruction;

c. key court cases (e.g., Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Roe v. Wade);

d. roles and methods of civil rights advocates (e.g., Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, Russell Means, and César Chávez);

e. the passage and effect of the voting rights legislation on minorities (e.g., 19th amendment, role of Arizona supreme court decision on Native Americans, their disenfranchisement under Arizona constitution and subsequent changes made in other state constitutions regarding Native American voting rights - such as New Mexico, 1962, 1964 Civil Rights Act, Voting Act of 1965, 24th Amendment);

Specifications:

● For (e) Analyze the Snyder Act of 1924 in relation to the New Mexico Court Ruling in 1962 regarding Native voting

● Key court cases are also assessed on the US Government EOC

 

#7 Standards and Specifications:

Analyze the impact of World War II and the cold war on United States’ foreign and domestic policy, to include:

a. origins, dynamics and consequences of the cold war tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union;

b. new role of the United States as a world leader (e.g., Marshall plan, NATO);

d. implementation of the foreign policy of containment, including the Truman doctrine;

e. Red Scare (e.g., McCarthyism, House Un-American Activities Committee, nuclear weapons, arms race);

f. external confrontations with communism (e.g., the Berlin blockade, Berlin wall, Bay of Pigs, Cuban missile crisis, Korea, and Vietnam war)

g. Sputnik and the space race; i. political protests of Vietnam war

 

#8 Standards and Specifications:

Analyze the impact of the post-cold war Era on United States’ foreign policy, to include:

c. role of technology in the information age.

Specifications:

●Identify impacts of terrorism

●Identify the impact of the internet

 
 

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