Tennessee was divided on the issue of secession as the Civil War began. Use the links provided below to complete a foldable that explains the reasons for their division on the issue and the events that eventually led TN to leave the Union.
Choose one of the earth’s ecosystems:
- taiga forest
- temperate forest
- tropical rainforest
- coral reef
- create your own
With a partner or on your own create a food web that would be found in your chosen ecosystem that includes producers, primary, secondary, and tertiary consumers, scavengers, and decomposers. Give an example of each type of symbiotic relationship found in that ecosystem: mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism.
Create a Glog, poster, or Prezi to neatly display your findings.
Use these primary sources to analyze each of these famous abolitionists stance on slavery. Answer these questions for each person in your journals:
- How did this person feel about slavery?
- What did they do to express their stance on slavery?
- Did it put them in danger?
- Do you agree with their actions?
- Write a summary about each abolitionist.
Review the primary resources on this site and write a paragraph that expresses your thoughts of the things you saw: Primary Sources from Civil War Era
Be prepared to participate in a class discussion on the abolitionists’ movement.
In your Social Studies journal, I want you to explain the major differences between the North and South prior to the Civil War. Use these resources to help you:
Social Studies textbook- pgs. 78-81
Compare Two Worlds: North vs. South 1861
(Answering the Think About It Questions will help you identify the differences)
In a comment to this post I want you to provide at least 2 character traits you would use to describe yourself. Stay positive! After you give the character traits support the traits you provided with details of you exhibiting the given trait.
For example: I am honest. I always tell the truth even when it could get me into trouble. Once I was pulled over for having expired tags on my license plate. When the officer asked if I was aware that my tags were expired, my response was, “Yes, I knew they were expired, and I have no excuse for not having them renewed.” The result of my response was a ticket. You will be happy to know that I went and renewed my tags that afternoon.
I cannot wait to learn more about each of you through your responses!
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Using the information you gather from research, explain the formation and purpose of the United Nations including the role of Cordell Hull.
Why was the United Nations formed? How was it formed? What role did Cordell Hull play in the formation of the UN? What is it’s purpose? How does it serve its purpose?
You may choose how to present this information; however, you need to be thorough (be sure to answer the questions given in the assignments with lots of detail) and use your own words (be sure not to copy from the websites- Ms.Hopper will catch you).
Use the provided links and your textbook to answer these questions related to how WWII ended:
What events led to Germany’s surrender?
What were the reasons for the European division of Germany?
What role did the Manhattan Project, Oak Ridge, TN, and the atomic bomb have in ending WWII?
Why did the US decide to drop the atomic bomb on Japan?
Create a foldable, a timeline of events with explanation, a picture book, or google slides presentation. Be sure that you clearly answer all of the questions and understand the events that led to the end of the war.