Comments on: iTunes signature maker I have ears. I like music. Wee. Sat, 19 Feb 2011 01:23:42 +0000 hourly 1 By: Rodney Johnson Mon, 12 Dec 2005 04:04:15 +0000 Can anyone help me in this endeavor? I have given my students a classroom assignment to help them. I wanted to use the Chris Brown Music-Runit
Directions: Each student should have their own individual lyrics and copy of their song. Follow these instructions below to ensure you get the maximum amount of points for your grade.

_________1. 5Pts. Must Use France and Britain at least once/Explain how America came into war

_________2. 10Pts. 6 lines written that make up (1) one stanza

_________3. 10pts. Chorus in the song (Chorus LINE must be repeated twice)

__________4. 20Pts. Must have total of 4 Chorus line all together.

__________5. 20Pts. Entire song / Song should have 6 TOTAL stanzas

__________6. 5Pts. Each individual Stanza’s Rhymes at least twice.

__________7. 5Pts. Once stanza dedicated to HOW THE WAR STARTED

__________8. 5Pts. Must have in song at least 2different dates This will NOT include the use of (The WAR of 1812)

__________9. 5Pts. Must have in the Stanza’s at least include a battle such as Fort McHenry (Preferably 2)

__________10. 5Pts. Must include at least 2 names of people associated with the war of 1812.

__________11. 5Pts. Must include these exact words. (Our Colonies came as a nation )

_________12. 5Pts. Must include The effects of the War

_____________Total 100 PTS.

The Effect of the War of 1812
Great Britain and France
1793-1815 (France/Great Britain War lasted) Great Britain seized American Sailors made them serve on their ships
Both France and Great Britain tried to block trade of the US 1807 Jefferson began an unsuccessful embargo
Great Britain stirred up the Indians WAR HAWKS land hungry Southerners and Westerners.
June 1812 James Madison declared war Narrow vote Congress agreed
New country unsure if the could fight in a war War lasted 2 years 1814 young nation capitol
British forces burned Nations Capital Battle Fort Henry Star Spangled Banner Written Frances Scott Key
January 8, 1815 major battle led by Andrew Jackson Soldiers battle at New Orleans, but didn’t know the war was over
General Jackson lost 13 men, over 2000 British Soldiers killed at the battle of New Orleans
Treaty of Ghent Jan. 8, 1815 ended the war in Belgium Andrew Jackson became a National Hero because of this battle
The war showed U.S. willing to fight Showed Colonies would unite Showed Colonies will fight for independence
Older Nations paid attention Effects-Seperates states felt as one Effects-ecconomy of county stated to change
Effects-America made their own goods Effects-Industry grew and by 1815 could supply their own needs such as iron, textile, wood, glassware, leather, and pottery. War of 1812 was the last time that America and British fought on opposite sides of conflict
Andrew Jackson
1817 James Monroe wanted Andrew Jackson to investigate the problems that Georgians were having with the Seminole Indians
Jackson Invaded Florida Jackson overthrew Spanish governor Spain agreed to sell Florida to U.S. for 5million
Jackons made new governor of newly acquired Florida.

Some call it the Second War of Independence, for when it ended and the US had fought Great Britain to a stalemate, Americas independence was assured.

The United States declared War on Great Britain on June 12, 1812. The war was declared as a result of long simmering disputes with Great Britian. The central dispute surrounded the impressment of American soldiers by the British. The British had previously attacked the USS Chesapeake and nearly caused a war two year earlier.
British forces march on Washington. At a brief battle on the road, known as the Battle of Bladensburg; the British forces defeat the American forces, who withdraw in disarray, thus opening the road to Washington. The British burn the White House and the Capitol, but the rest of Washington is saved by a strong rain storm. The British, under orders not to hold any territory, withdrew.
The American forces stop the British advance on Baltimore. The British are stopped by a determined defense along the road to Baltimore. Unlike on the road to Washington, these American forces do not break. In addition, American forces at Ft. McHenry, in Baltimore Harbor, withstand a British bombardment unscathed.
On October 4, 1813, General Jackson leads a force to attack the Creeks in their home territory. Jackson fights a number of battles, and a constant fight to maintain enough militia with him, but he soon defeats the Creeks.
On March 27, 1814, the forces of Andrew Jackson defeat the Creeks in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, on the Tallapoosa River in Alabama. This decisive victory ends the Creek War.
On August 19, 1812 the USS “Constitution” defeats the “Guerriere,” off the coast of Nova Scotia. The battle lasts for an hour, and was a great victory for the Navy.
On December 24, the Treaty of Ghent is signed ending the war. The war in the field continues until mid-February.
On January 8, 1815, American forces, under General Jackson, decisively defeat the British forces trying to capture New Orleans. The battle, which takes place after the Treaty of Ghent has been signed, is the most decisive American victory of the war.

Example that may not be used

A war between to hostile nations
France and Great Britain—both of them hate’n
A Little colony known as the U.S.
didn’t want to partake of no mess
President Jefferson tried to start an embargo
but it didn’t change a thing—Oh NO! NO!
So little big boy called the U.S.
said their tired and ain’t taking no mess.
Before you know it we just jumped in
I told Great Britian this is how I am gonna treat you my friend
This will be the day you’ll remember for yourselves
Cause this is the start of the WAR of 1812!

Chorus This is the effects of it, of it
The effects of it, of it