U.S. History Worksheets

This page contains the majority of the worksheets that have been assigned as homework, or in class assignments.  The textbook is the sole source for answers to the worksheet questions.  It is STRONGLY encouraged that students answer the questions in complete sentences.  There are a number of reasons for this advice:


STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMPLETE ALL SECTION WORKSHEETS IN A DEDICATED SPIRAL BOUND NOTEBOOK.
(1) Students do not keep the worksheets, they are turned in for use in future classes (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle)

(2) Answering in complete sentences will better aid the students in learning the material and studying for exams.

(3)  There are times when students will be allowed to use their notebooks for exams.

(4)  Not all test questions will be given in "multiple guess", or "true or false" format.

SECTION WORKSHEETS FOR EACH CHAPTER WILL BE ASSIGNED AT THE START OF THE CHAPTER.  STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN 5-7 DAYS TO COMPLETE THE ASSIGNMENT.  TWO OF THOSE DAYS WILL BE WEEKEND DAYS (Saturday & Sunday).
Homework is mainly checked for completion, not accuracy.  The textbook is written at a level where most students should be able to understand it.  If a student is having difficulty comprehending the material, they should let me know immediately so that accommodations can be made.

The information presented in the text and the questions asked on the worksheets are "fair game" to be included on future assessments.   

Homework assignments are meant to supplement the material presented in the class.  Some information presented in the readings may not be covered in class lectures and activities.

Completing assigned homework is critical for the student.  Obviously, circumstances arise that are out of the norm, these should be brought to my attention so that we can address them.

It is at my discretion as to whether I will accept late assignments.  Generally, I grant one "mulligan" for students who miss a deadline.  HOWEVER, it is at my discretion.


As you may have read on the "Historical Academic Information" page, homework makes up a large percentage of the overall class grade.  It has made the difference in whether a student has passed or failed the course.
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