Explain how and why a new national culture developed from 1800 to 1848.
Explain the causes of the Second Great Awakening.
Explain how and why various reform movements developed and expanded from 1800 to 1848.
Explain the continuities and changes in the experience of African Americans from 1800 to 1848.
Explain how geographic and environmental factors shaped the development of the South from 1800 to 1848.
Starter: Period 4 Timeline
- Make sure you know what each concept/generalization refers to
- Place the events in chronological order
- Beginning with the "Revolution of 1800" and ending with the "Panic of 1837," select the 6 events that best show the changes in participatory democracy over the era. Write a statement of change over time once selecting the 6 events. This time you need not justify the causational link between each concept.
Recap: Explain the causes and effects of continuing policy debates about the role of the federal government from 1800 to 1848.
Practice Questions: p. 201 1-8
Quiz Today: Antebellum Politics
Ch. 15 Outline
- How did ideas about national identity find expression in works of art, literature, and architecture?
- What factors caused the emergence of the Second Great Awakening?
- What types of organizations were formed to attempt to reform society?
Word of the Day: antebellum
- Define it
- Give an example
- What characteristics define antebellum politics in the United States?
Lecture: Culture and Reform
Contextualization and Change over Time
- Compose a direct statement of a major change over time dealing with nationalism, the economy, or sectionalism (or some combination of the 3) for the period 1800-1848.
- Then, list five examples of specific, significant, factual information from that era that support your change over time.
- Finally, explain, in a direct statement, a way in which the information and change connect to other, similar historical phenomena across time and place (contextualization).