Study Island and Success Net!
1. Go to www.studyisland.com
a. Click “Login”
2. Username – your student ID number @RHS
3. Default password – student ID
4. It will prompt you to create a new password as soon as you log in – you MUST choose something you will remember as only you will know your new password!!
PLEASE WRITE IT DOWN SOMEWHERE SAFE AND KEEP TRACK OF IT!!
1. When you log in you will see "My Classes" on the left side of the screen - click on that and then look for AHI and go there. Some of you who haven't used Study Island before will go directly to it when you log in.
2. Click on NC Final Exam Prep 1
3. There are 16 items listed that you are to complete by January 9th, 2015. This is a mandatory assignment that will help you review the entire course for our final exams that is on January 12th or 13th 2015.
4. Please note there is a lesson by each item to help you review the material. Review the content in the lesson before you attempt to take each quiz.
5. When you click on the topic you will notice a next button appear. Click on the next button to take each quiz. You must score a 70% Average or higher to get credit for each quiz. It will allow you to correct wrong answers and will give explanations for the correct response. Please utilize the reteaching opportunities embedded within for maximum reviewing.
6. Please answer all questions in the quiz before moving on to the next section.
7. ALL 16 sections must be completed with a 70% Average or better by June 6th. When all are completed with a 70% Average or better, a 100 will replace your lowest test score of this marking period!!
8. When you are done with “NC Final Exam Prep 1” go on to “NC Final Exam Prep 2” … if you are brave, move on to “Kick Butt Final Exam Review”
Go to www.wcpss.net
1. Click on Student
2. Click on Study Tips in upper right hand corner
3. See Homework Help
4. Scroll down under Success Series to see US History
The New Nation (1789-1820)
· Federalist Period
· Political freedoms available before 1820 and relationships with Britain, France, and other nations
· Commercial and diplomatic relationships with Britain, France, and other nations
Expansion and Reform (1801-1850)
· Territorial expansion and the Admission of new states to the Union
· Art, literature, language, and the role of religion in social issues
· Economic and social issues, sectionalism, nationalism, and major reform movements
· Political events, issues, and personalities that contributed to sectionalism and nationalism
· Political events, issues, and personalities that contributed to sectionalism and nationalism- Part 2
Crisis, Civil War, and Reconstruction (1848-1877)
· The Mexican War and the causes of the Civil War
· Political and military turning points of the Civil War
· Political and military turning points of the Civil War - Part 2
· The impact of reconstruction on the nation
The Civil War and reconstruction - A test of the supremacy of the national government