• 13 English Colonies info chart
    Use this link to find out information for Colonial America Events. (Click on Outlines and Charts)
    American Colonies Chart
    Click on this link for information on the 13 English Colonies
    Colonial North America Handout video Clip Links

    If you are using a computer away from school you must use this link to watch the video clips for the Colonial North America Handout.

    Clips should be viewed in the following order:

    1. Colonial Life, 2. English and Dutch Colonies, 3. Factors and Factories: The Participation of Africans in the Slave Trade, 4. The Triangle Trade Route:, 5. Slavery, 6. Indentured Servants and Slaves, 7. Tobacco Plantations and African Slaves, 8. Rice Plantations and African Slaves, 9. The Magna Carta, 10. The Mayflower Compact, 11. Life in the Colonies, 12. Puritanism, 13. The Puritans, 14. William Penn and the Quakers. 

    Events Leading to the Revolutinary War Handout Video Clips

    If you are using a computer away from school you must use this link to watch the video clips for the Events Leading to the Revolutionary War Handout.

    Clips should be viewed in the following order:

    1. An Introduction to the American Revolution, 2. The Proclamation of 1763, 3. The Sugar Act, 1764, 4. The Stamp Act and Declaratory Act, 1765, 5. The Quartering Act, 1765, 6. The Townsend Acts, Writs of Assistance, and Boston Massacre, 1767-1770, 7. The Committees of Correspondence, 1772, 8. The Boston Tea Party, 1773, 9. The Intollerable Acts, 1774, 10. The First Continental Congress, 11. April 19, 1775, Lexington and Concord, 12. May 1775, The Second Continental Congress, 13. From Jamestown to the Revolutionary War, 14. Writing the Declaration of Independence.

    Road to the Constitution Video Clips

    Watch these video clips as you complete the Road to the Constitution assignments.

    Clips should be viewed in the following order:

    1. Composing the Constiution, 2. The Constitution of the United States, 3. The Preamble, 4. Seperation of Powers: Checks and Balances, 5. Amending the Constitution.  

    Legislative Branch Video Clips

    Use this link to watch video clips, follow instructions once you go to the website.

    Clips should be watched in the order they are already in.

    National Judicial Branch and Supreme Court Cases Video Links

    Watch these video clips as we cover the various topics on the Judicial Branch and Supreme Court Cases. (Clips should be watched in the following order)

    1. The Federal Court System, 2. Judicial Branch Courts, 3. the Supreme Court, 4. Supreme Court Justices, 5. Supreme Court Cases, 6. Supreme Court Decisions, 7. The Controversy Behind the Principle of Judicial review, 8. The Dred Scott Decision, 9. Plessy and the Era of Jim Crow, 10. Executive Order 9066, 11. Brown Versus the Board of Education, 12. Miranda vs. Arizona.

    Amendments to the Constitution Video Clips
    Watch these video clips to learn more about some of the Amendments that we studied in class as well as how amendments are added to the Constitution.
    Clips should be watched in the following order:
    1. Amending the Constitution, 2. Establishing the Bill of Rights, 3. Fifth Amendment, 4. Sixth Amendment:Right to Jury Trial, 5. Sixth Amendment: Right to an Attorney, 6. Sixth Amendment: Right to confront a witness, 7. Amendments to the Constitution After the Bill of Rights, 8. The Vice President, 9. The Fourteenth Amendment, 10. The Constitution and Racial Discrimination, 11. The Rise of Prohibition.
    Voting, Elections, Political Parties, and Public Opinions Video Clips

    Watch the following video clips as the topics are covered in class or ass you complete the assignments for this unit.

    Clips should be viewed in the order that they are already in.

    Executive Branch Video Clips

    Watch these video clips as we complete the different assignments for the National Executive Branch.

    Clips should be viewed in the follwoing order:

    1. The Requirements for becoming President, 2. The Powers and Duties of the Executive Branch, 3. The President's responsiblities to Congress, 4. Limitations on the President's Power, 5. The Presidential Cabinet, 6. Executive Branch People.

    Executive Departments Information
    Use the information on this link to fill in the handout on the Executive Departments.
    Executive Office of the President Information
    Use this link to find information about the Executive Offices of the President. Scroll down until you find links that will give you inforamtion about each.
    Executive Agencies PowerPoint
    Use the PowerPoint to fill out the chart on the Executive Agencies.
    The Law & You Video Clips
    Watch these video to better understand the basic steps in a trial.