What two reasons did lawmakers have for restricting immigration in the 1920s?

For each assignment please use complete sentences, if there’s reference, use MLA format Please LABEL each assignment with its date, and label each questions, check to make sure everything’s answered before submitting W12D2

At the bottom of p. 628 is a chart entitled American Home Front

1. Skim through Section 2 to fill this chart. 2. For each section, you will have 3 things 3. List the three things in the proper column and be sure to clearly but briefly describe each one.






Compare the maps above: Europe in 1914 and Europe after WWI. These can be found in the book or online. Be observant

and take the initiative to put your comparison skills to work.

D​escribe ten things:

● Describe five places on the first map that ​will change​ on the second map ● Describe ​how​ those five places ​changed​ on the second map. ● ​Do ​not ​describe color​ changes. ​Describe​ ​country and boundary changes (merges,

eliminations, etc.)




First Map – previous countries and size (10)

Second map – changes in boundaries (10)

Five things on the first map that changed in the second

How the changes happened as seen in the second map



Total: 20

W13D4 Answer the Critical Thinking question on p. 641. Be specific!

In the box “Decision Point,” answer the three ‘You Decide’ questions on p. 644.








Complete the political cartoon analysis worksheet


Cartoon Analysis Worksheet Before beginning your analysis, review the topic of the cartoon(s) to refresh your memory.

1. List the objects or people you see in the cartoon. ​Be observant.​ (3)






2. Which of the objects in your list are symbols, and ​what do they mean​? ​Remember, most, if not all, symbols are there for a reason! Don’t overlook them.​ (3)




3. Which words or phrases in the cartoon appear to be the most significant? ​What do they mean?​ (4)




4. Explain the ​overall​ message of the cartoon. ​Be specific.​ (4)




5. What groups living during that time would agree with the cartoon’s message? Why? (2) 6. What groups living during that time would disagree with the cartoon’s message? Why? (2)



• After reading ​671-675​​, respond to the following questions:



○ What two reasons did lawmakers have for restricting immigration in the 1920s?

○ What laws were established to make the restrictions work?

○ What group of people was exempt from these restrictions, and what jobs did these people do?

• Carefully read through the “Comparing Viewpoints” section I have reproduced from p. 673 and answer the 2 compare


What would be your recommendation to settle a clash between science and religion; evolution and

creation? Explain clearly.
















Do some research on ​Diane Crump

Write one paragraph which include:

● A brief biography (2-3 sentences),

● two of her accomplishments,

● and one lasting influence.


Group discussion questions

● Read and consider the following verses, Proverbs 28:19-22, and answer the following questions: ● Since God’s moral order is designed for the good of humans and all of society, and humans are responsible for their

actions, was the stock market crash inevitable because of those actions? Why or why not?

● Or was the crash separate from man’s actions? How? ● What can you personally learn from this situation?

How does Nevada compare to other states in regard to illegal immigrants, legal immigrants, and temporary workers in the United States?

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Describe how people are involved in their ceremony (either as an individual, or as a group

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Craft a list of questions beforehand to help guide you.

The Deadline Is Today 2:00 Pm (Wednesday 28-04-2021) ! Interview an elderly family member or friend about a major historical event, organization, or issue (For 2020 courses this may be….