Monday/Tuesday: Watch the first half of "Taking Chase": http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1019454/ and complete a reflection of the film.
Tuesday/Wednesday: Watch the second half of "Taking Chase" and begin letter writing to troops overseas.
Thursday: Letter writing to troops overseas.
Tuesday/Wednesday: Student-Led Lesson #3
Thursday/Friday: Student-Led Lesson #4
Friday/Monday: Library Work Day 1: Must email me as a group your lesson plan for the class you are in charge of. Use this: Lesson Plan Organizer.doc
Tuesday/Wednesday: Library Work Day 2: Work day on Student-led lessons
Wednesday/Thursday: Student-Led Lesson #1
Friday/Tuesday: Student-Led Lesson #2
Students may work together on this study guide in groups no larger than three. Each individual must have a copy of the study guide placed in their portfolio at the time of submission with the names of all members you worked with on the top of the front page.
1. Freedom Summer
2. Kerner Commission
3. Thurgood Marshall
4. Malcolm X
5. Brown v. Board of Education
6. black power
7. Martin Luther King
8. Montgomery bus boycott
9. de jure segregation
10. freedom ride
11. Voting Rights Act of 1965
12. James Meredith
13. Ho Chi Minh
14. Tet Offensive
15. domino theory
16. Eugene McCarthy
17. Dien Bien Phu
18. My Lai
20. Pentagon Papers
21. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
22. Henry Kissinger
23. William Westmoreland
24. Zhou Enlai
27. Betty Friedan
29. United Farm Workers
30. Timothy Leary
31. toxic waste
33. Cesar Chavez
36. Phyllis Schlafly
37. Earth Day
38. Roe v. Wade
39. Judith Baca
40. migrant farmworkers
1. What is the name of the African American who is famous for breaking into major league baseball?
2. Why did Martin Luther King target Birmingham, Alabama for a civil rights campaign?
3. What were Jim Crow laws?
4. Did the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) believe in the use of violent or nonviolent methods?
5. To which city did President Eisenhower send federal troops to protect African American students?
6. In response to riots over desegregation of the University of Mississippi, what did President Kennedy declare?
7. Why were many Americans surprised when President Johnson supported civil rights?
8. At what school was there major rioting over James Meredith’s enrollment?
9. How did T. Eugene Connor react to civil rights marchers in Birmingham, Alabama?
10. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 forbids discrimination in employment on what basis?
11. What happened in hundreds of cities immediately after the assassination of Martin Luther King?
12. What is an argument that people used to prevent affirmative action?
13. The conflict at Little Rock’s Central High School was a reaction to what Supreme Court case mandating desegregation of schools?
14. What major events in the Civil Rights movement preceded the Civil Rights Act of 1964? (Name at least a couple)
15. Who signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
16. When three civil rights workers disappeared during Freedom Summer, what did the SNCC claim happened to them?
17. While in prison, Malcolm X became a convert to…
18. President Johnson entered the Vietnam War because he believed in what theory?
19. The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution allowed President Johnson to do what? (Think “blank check”)
20. What was Operation Rolling Thunder?
21. Following the expulsion of the French from Vietnam, the Geneva Accords did what to Vietnam?
22. What happened during the Vietnamese election in 1956?
23. What did American soldiers use Agent Orange for?
24. Ho Chi Minh compared his military to what animal?
25. What happened at Dien Bien Phu in 1954?
26. In March 1968, what surprising announcement did President Johnson make to the American people?
27. Who won the 1968 Presidential election?
28. What occurred at My Lai?
29. What did the Pentagon Papers reveal?
30. What effect did Nixon’s visit have on relations between China and the United States, according to Zhou Enlai?
31. China demonstrated its willingness to open talks with the United States by inviting America to compete against their athletes in what sport?
32. What difference was seen in the reception of Vietnam veterans by the American public compared with the reception that veterans of World Wars I and II received?
33. President Nixon’s Vietnamization policy emphasized that the United States must do what?
34. Which country did President Nixon visit to improve trade relations?
35. Which event helped create the counterculture of the 1960s and 1970s?
36. How did the deaths of Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix lead to the end of the counterculture movement?
37. What other movement helped restart the women’s rights movement in the 1960s and 1970s?
38. What were the two major goals that the National Organization for Women worked toward when it was first founded?
39. The Equal Credit Opportunity Act of 1974 made it illegal to deny credit to someone because of what?
40. The “Pink Collar Ghetto” refers to what?
41. The primary purpose of the 1969 Native American occupation of Alcatraz was to draw attention to what?
1. Warm-Ups (2)
2. Chapter 14 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
3. Nonviolence/MLK/Gandhi Handout and Answers (Stamped)
4. Violence/Malcolm X Handout and Answers
5. Lecture: Civil Rights Part One (Notes)
6. Chapter 14 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
7. Lecture: Civil Rights Part Two (Notes)
8. "Untold Story of Emmet Till" Video Answers (Graded)
9. Chapter 14 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
10. Chapter 16 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
11. Lecture Handout: Vietnam War (Notes)
12. Chapter 16 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
13. My Lai Massacre Assignment Work (Graded)
14. Presidential Jigsaw Notes and Final Reflection (Graded)
15. Chapter 16 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
16. Chapter 17 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
17. Chapter 17 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
18. Unit 5 Study Guide
Monday/Tuesday: 5 minutes to prep for the WebQuest presentations: Each group will play their song while having their lyrics posted, go through the general and song-based questions, and discuss their album cover. Finish with modern anti-war song. Discuss student-led lesson of contemporary America and work on the Unit 5 Study Guide in class. HW: Have your portfolio ready for the next class when it will be submitted and students will take the test
Tuesday/Wednesday: Submit portfolio and take Unit 5 Test
Thursday/Friday: Guest Speaker- Vietnam War Veteran
Monday/Tuesday: Submit Chapter 17 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz. Library Day 1- Work on WebQuest (view Projects tab). Must email me answers to individual song questions by the end of class. One email for each group with the names of all members of the group. HW: Chapter 17 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline due next class
Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Chapter 17 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz. Library Day 2- Work on WebQuest (view Projects tab). Have materials for next class for some time to work on the project.
Thursday/Friday: Warm-Up #4, Watergate Lecture, reflection, class discussion, and meet in your group to discuss presentations next class.
Friday/Monday/Wednesday: Pass back graded work, Warm-up#2, Mylai Massacre assignment, and work on Chapter 16 Section 3 due next class along with the Jigsaw
Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Chapter 16 Section 3 (no quiz), discuss procedure of the Jigsaw, groups prep for 15 minutes, present to mixed groups for 30 minutes, and begin working on homework: Final Reflection and Chapter 16 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline due next class.
Friday/Monday: Submit Jigsaw chart and reflection and Chapter 16 Section 4 and take the quiz, warm-up #3, assign groups and discuss Vietnam War Protest Song WebQuest, and provide time for groups to discuss the project. HW: Bring headphones to next class for working on the WebQuest, as a group sign up before the start of the NEXT CLASS (first ten points of the project- if you do not sign up by the start of the next class, your group will earn a "0" for this grade) for a song on this website under "Forums", and Chapter 17 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline due next class.
Monday/Tuesday: Submit Chapter 14 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (No Quiz), complete the film "Untold Story of Emmet Till" if needed and Socratic Seminar. HW: Chapter 16 Section 2 due next class.
1. Why did racism and segregation continue after the Civil War?
2. What could have been done after 1865 to create greater opportunities and freedoms to African Americans?
3. During the 1950's and 1960's, what was a better/more effective tool for change: violent or non-violent protests?
4. If you could protest anything today, what would you protest and why? (will be repeated for the second group for question #8)
5. What were the greatest influences to bring about the Civil Rights movements in the 1950's and 1960's?
6. How equal is America today? Discuss ethnicity, gender, economic class, etc.
7. Today, what would be a more effective tool for change: violent or non-violent protests?
8. If you could protest anything today, what would you protest and why?
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Chapter 16 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline and take quiz, begin lecture on the Vietnam War and begin HW: Chapter 16 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline due Wednesday/Thursday next week and bring laptops or iPads next class for research.
Thursday/Friday: Finish lecture, discuss Jigsaw activity, assign groups, and research in class.
Monday/Tuesday: Submit and take quiz for Chapter 14 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline, Lecture: Civil Rights Part One, and begin video on Emmett Till. HW: Chapter 14 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline due next class
Tuesday/Wednesday/Monday (April 23): Submit Chapter 14 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline, Lecture: Civil Rights Part Two, and begin conclude "Untold Story of Emmet Till". HW: Chapter 14 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline due next class as well as prepare for a socratic seminar.
Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday: Portfolio Unit 4 Evaluations and work on Chapter 14 Section 1 vocabulary and outline (due April 16/17)
Wednesday/Thursday/Monday (April 16): Warm-Up #1, work on Nonviolence and Violence Handouts, and continue working on Chapter 14 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline
1. Warm-Ups (3)
2. Rise of Dictators (Graded)
3. Lecture Notes: The Start of WWII (notes)
4. Chapter 11 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
5. Lecture Notes: America in WWII: Homefront (notes)
6. Experience the World War II Home Front (graded)
7. Technological Advancements in WWII (Stamped)
8. Minorities in Combat (Stamped)
9. Chapter 11 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
10. Vide Questions: America the Story of Us- WWII (Graded)
11. Lecture Notes: Japanese Internment and Writing Activity (Notes)
12. Chapter 11 Section 4 Answers (Graded)
13. Chapter 11 Section 5 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
14. Lecture Notes: Fighting and End of WWII
15. War in the Pacific Chart (Stamped)
16. WWII Study Guide
17. Chart to "The Best Years of Our Lives" (Stamped)
18. Chapter 12 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
19. Chapter 12 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
20. Cold War Presentation Notes: Division of Germany
21. Cold War Presentation Notes: Korean War
22. Cold War Presentation Notes: McCarthyism/2nd Red Scare
23. Cold War Presentation Notes: Space Race
24. Cold War Presentation Notes: Cuba/Bay of Pigs
25. Cold War Presentation Notes: Contra Wars
26. Cold War Presentation Notes: Containment in the Middle East
Names and Terms:
mutually assured destruction
What countries remained under Soviet control after the end of World War II?
Who first spoke of the “iron curtain”?
What were the goals of the Marshall Plan?
How did the Soviet Union try to gain control over West Berlin?
NATO and the Warsaw Pact were examples of what?
Who did the United States back during China’s Civil War?
In 1950, what event began the conflict on the Korean peninsula?
General MacArthur chose what port city for a counterattack against North Korea?
How did the American public view General MacArthur after President Truman fired him?
What impact did the Korean War have on U.S. budgets in regards to military spending?
What happened on September 2, 1949 that caused a sudden change in U.S.-Soviet relations?
After President Eisenhower withdrew his offer to fund the Aswan Dam, what did the Egyptian President Nasser do?
Who promoted the policy of brinkmanship?
How was Khrushchev different from Stalin?
What American organization participated in the Cold War by carrying out secret operations in other countries?
What were some places on the globe where the Cold War was “hot” and U.S. soldiers fought and died?
In 1954, after he had worked on developing the atomic bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer was investigated and denied future access to classified information because of what reason?
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were charged, convicted, and executed specifically for what reason?
Where did Senator McCarthy first announce that the State Department was infested with communists?
What led to Senator McCarthy’s downfall?
In response to NATO, with what region of nations did the Soviet Union form the Warsaw Pact?
Why did the United States send several billion dollars to aid the Nationalists in China?
What event in 1956 threatened the flow of Middle Eastern oil to Europe?
What event resulted in movie executives blacklisting entertainers with alleged communist ties after hearings?
General Douglas MacArthur argued that the Korean War should be extended into a war with what other country?
What was the main goal of the Truman Doctrine?
The committee known as HUAC became well-known for investigating the Hollywood Ten for potential communists in the…
What was SPUTNIK?
What was the name of the first American in space?
What was the first successful space flight and nation to land on the moon?
Who was the first man to land on the moon?
Movement to the suburbs in the 1950’s was made possible by the invention and mainstream purchasing of what?
What was the end result of the Korean War in regards to the change of size of North and South Korea?
What event was the closest the United States ever got to nuclear war with the Soviet Union?
Monday/Tuesday: Warm-up #3, finish Twilight Zone, and Lecture: Cold War and 1950's
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday: Peer evaluations, finish lecture (if necessary), and review game
Thursday/Monday: Cold War Test and submit portfolio.
Monday/Tuesday: Cold War Presentations: McCarthyism, Space Race, and Cuba
Wednesday/Thursday: Cold War Presentations: Contra Wars and Containment in the Middle East
Thursday/Friday/Monday: Warm-Up #3, Bomb Shelter Activity, and view Twilight Zone: Shelter
Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday: Submit and take quiz for Chapter 12 Section 1 and work day in the library. HW: Chapter 12 Section 4 Outline and Vocabulary due next class
Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Chapter 12 Section 4 and take the quiz and library for the second class
Friday/Monday: Cold War Presentations: Division of Germany and Korean War
Friday/Monday/Tuesday: 10 minutes to review, WWII Test, HW: Chapter 12 Section 1 due March 12-14, 2012
Tuesday/Wednesday: Watch and answer questions for "The Best Years of Our Lives".
Wednesday/Thursday/Friday: Continue watching "The Best Years of Our Lives"
Friday/Monday (3/12): Finish the film "The Best Years of Our Lives"
National Socialist Party
“Day of Infamy”
General Dwight D. Eisenhower
Yalta Conference (what was it and date)
Executive Order 8802
Selective Service Act
What event started World War II in Europe?
What was the most effective factor in slowing the Nazi drive into the Soviet Union in 1941?
What was Hitler’s greatest military blunder?
What nations did Germany fail to conquer?
What was Truman’s major justification for using the atomic bomb against Japan?
When did Roosevelt die?
When did Germany surrender? When did Japan surrender?
What were the effects of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor?
What was the point of the Neutrality Acts?
Who made the final decision to drop the atomic bombs?
What were the major battles in the Pacific theater of WWII?
Friday/Tuesday: Turn in Chapter 11 Section 5 and take the quiz and Lecture: End of WWII
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday: Collect "War in the Pacific" homework, finish Lecture: End of WWII, read and answer questions on page 378, Complete "Atomic Debate" handout, and begin preparations for Atomic Bomb debate with discussing th eprocedure and choosing sides for the debate.
Thursday/Friday: 10 minutes to prep, Atomic Bomb Debate (20 min. open debate and then closing statements), Discuss Cold War Project, and HW: Work on WWII Study Guide due next class
Friday/Monday/Tuesday: 10 minutes to review, Submit Study Guide, WWII Test, HW: Chapter 12 Section 1 due March 12-14, 2012
Friday/Monday: Turn in Chapter 11 Section 3 and take the quiz and answer questions that accompany America the Story of Us: WWII. HW: War in the Pacific Chart and Readings due February 21/22/23
Tuesday/Wednesday: Warm-Up#2, Lecture: Japanese Internment, and Writing/Reflection Activity
Wednesday/Thursday: Read chapter 11 Section 4 and answer questions on page 385 (#1, 3, 4, 5, and 6), and HW: Chapter 11 Section 5 Vocabulary and Outline: Due next class
Friday/Tuesday: Turn in Chapter 11 Section 5 and take the quiz, Lecture: End of WWII and discuss Cold War Project
Monday/Tuesday: Submit Chapter 11 Section 2 and take the quiz, Lecture: America in WWII: Homefront, and answer critical thinking/primary source analysis questions on page 369.
Thursday/Friday: Collect homework, Warm-Up#1, Reading and discussion of Rosie the Riveter, 6 C analysis- Rosie the Riveter, and HW: Outline and Vocabulary for Chapter 11 Section 3 due next class
GEORGIA TRIP: Work due no later than the 17th of February:
1. WWII Technological Advancements and Minorities in Combat Charts
3. Chapter 11 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline
4. Chapter 11 Section 3 Quiz
Monday/Tuesday: Work on Study Guide first 15 minutes, Review Game, HW: Rise of Dictators due February 2/3.
Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Portfolio (with study guide included) and take the Unit 3 Test. If finished early, work on "Rise of Dictators" assignment due next class.
Thursday/Friday: Turn in Rise of Dictators, Grade Exams and Peer Evaluation of Portfolios, Lecture: The Start of WWII, and HW: Chapter 11 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline: Due next class
Directions: You may work in groups no larger than three on this. You must include the questions in the study guide you submit and the names of all members who worked on the study guide with you must be included. If you do work in a group of three and have included the names of all members, be sure to highlight your name on the study guide you are submitting. This is in writing and posted on the website to avoid any confusion or concern regarding earning full credit for the study guide.
Terms and People:
Mary McLeod Bethune
Federal Art Project
Works Progress Administration
1. What group experienced an early depression in the 1920’s?
2. During the 1920’s, the United States economy moved through which phase of the business cycle?
3. Why did the stock market crash in 1929?
4. What was greatly used by people in the 1920’s that helped hide economic problems?
5. What event occurred on Black Tuesday?
6. Why did so many banks collapse at the beginning of the Great Depression?
7. How did European countries react to the Hawley-Smoot Tariff?
8. What economic condition did economist John Maynard Keynes believe caused the Great Depression?
9. At the onset of the Great Depression, what happened to urban unemployment?
10. How did farmers contribute to the problems that led to the Dust Bowl?
11. Why did President Hoover respond cautiously to the Great Depression?
12. How did the uneven distribution of the nation’s wealth lead to the depression?
13. Why were banks one of the first institutions to feel the effects of the stock market crash?
14. What did President Hoover do that directly led the Bonus Army march on Washington in 1932?
15. What event happened when the veteran groups marched in protest on Washington?
16. Why did both African Americans and Mexican Americans have an especially difficult time during the Great Depression?
17. Why did volunteerism fail?
18. Who did Congress institute the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) to loan money to?
19. What did Roosevelt and Congress pass the day after FDR’s inauguration?
20. Roosevelt created the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to regulate…
21. What did Congress do to deal with the banking crisis? What was created?
22. What were the goals of the New Deal?
23. What did opponents of the New Deal believe that it threatened?
24. Why was the American Liberty League formed?
25. How did the Agricultural Adjustment Act help farmers?
26. What did President Roosevelt introduce to help retirees?
27. Who did the Rural Electrification Administration provide electricity to?
28. What act was the right to collective bargaining a part of?
29. Members of what organization participated in a sit down strike until General Motors agreed to recognize them?
30. What opponent of the New Deal believed that the program did not do enough to help poor Americans and what program did he propose?
31. What was the chief complaint of Conservatives against the New Deal?
32. During the 1930s, the Bureau of Indian Affairs stopped discouraging what element of Native American society?
33. What did FDR set aside 12 million acres of land for?
34. How many terms was Roosevelt elected to as President?
35. Who was the first female Cabinet member?
36. Which piece of New Deal legislation negatively affected Native Americans?
37. Who was a top swing musician during this time period of study?
38. The Lone Ranger and The Shadow are examples of what form of entertainment presented during the Great Depression?
39. What radio drama was so realistic that some people thought aliens were invading Earth?
40. What did the Federal Art Project set a precedent (model) for?
41. Why did Americans enjoy escapist films in the 1930s?
42. What did the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 prohibit?
43. The New Deal Coalition was a strong political force that gave which political party a majority in both houses of Congress for many years?
44. What New Deal program extended job opportunities to Mexican Americans and other minority youth?
45. Why did critics disapprove of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)?
1. Warm-Up (1)
2. Chapter 7 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
3. Chapter 7 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
4. Chapter 7 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
5. 1920's Fears Chart (Graded)
6. Chapter 7 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
7. Lecture: The Roaring Twenties (notes)
8. Chapter 7 Section 5 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
9. America the Story of Us: Boom answers (Graded)
10. Chapter 7 Study Guide (Stamped)
11. Chapter 8 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
12. Lecture: The Great Depression (notes)
13. Chapter 8 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
14. America the Story of Us: Bust answers (Graded)
15. Chapter 8 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
16. Lecture: Dust Bowl (notes)
17. Chapter 9 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
18. Chapter 9 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
19. Court Packing reading and answers (Graded)
20. New Deal Programs Research Chart (Stamped)
21. Unit Three Study Guide
Monday/Tuesday and Wednesday/Thursday: Go to the library and work on the research assignment: "New Deal Programs" due January 27/30. If students finish before the conclusion of class on Wednesday/Thursday, they are to work on preparing for the Socratic Seminar set for January 27/30 or the Unit 3 Study Guide.
Friday/Monday: Complete Answers from Page 305 in the textbook, New Deal Socratic Seminar, and HW: Unit 3 Study Guide is due INSIDE of the portfolio and the portfolio will be submitted on February 1/2 (the day of the test).
Half of the students sit in a circle on the floor. The rest of the students observe and grade the students talking. Grading students mark points for how many times someone responds to a question, how many times they challenge, whether or not they were dominating the discussion, and whether or not they were disrespectful. Students switch halfway through. The teacher asks guiding questions and moderates the discussion.
Monday: No school- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Tuesday/Wednesday: Turn in Chapter 8 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz, Dust Bowl Lecture and Reading w/ Questions (finish for homework if necessary- due next class), and begin working on HW: Chapter 9 Section 1 Vocabulary (Definitions and Sentences) and Outline: Due next class
Wednesday/Thursday: Turn in Chapter 9 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz, primary source analysis: How were people affected by the Great Depression, and HW: Chapter 9 Section 2 Vocabulary (Definitions and Sentences) and Outline: Due next class
Friday/Monday: Turn in Chapter 9 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz, Depression Facts Activity, and Court Packing reading and questions. Due at the end of class.
Monday/Tuesday: Chapter 7 Test and submit study guide, potentially change student seating, and begin working on HW: Chapter 8 Section 1 Vocabulary (Definitions and Sentences) and Outline: Due next class
Wednesday/Thursday: Turn in Chapter 8 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz, Lecture: Causes of the Great Depression (view/listen to "Brother Can You Spare a Dime"), and begin working on HW: Chapter 8 Section 2 Vocabulary (Definitions and Sentences) and Outline: Due next class
Thursday/Friday: Turn in Chapter 8 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz, Video: America the Story of Us: Bust, and begin working on HW: Chapter 8 Section 3 Vocabulary (Definitions and Sentences) and Outline: Due next class
Terms and Names:
Ku Klux Klan
The Jazz Singer
A Farewell to Arms
1. As the 1920’s progressed, what happened to farm incomes?
2. African Americans in the 1920’s faced discrimination, especially where?
3. How did Prohibition contribute to the growth of organized crime?
4. What was the condition of America’s economy following World War I?
5. What was a major result of Henry Ford’s innovative manufacturing techniques?
6. Buying stock on margin remained profitable as long as…
7. How were American farmers as a group doing economically?
8. What did President Warren G. Harding do to regulations on businesses?
9. What did President Coolidge believe that the creation of wealth did?
10. In the 1920’s, how did most national leaders hope to go about avoiding war?
11. Why was formal education more important for urban Americans than rural Americans?
12. At its heart, the Scopes Trial was a clash between what two things?
13. Why were nativists opposed to immigration?
14. How was Henry Ford able to reduce the sale price of the Model T
15. Why did so many African Americans migrate north throughout the 1920’s?
16. What was/is jazz?
17. What did the literature of the Harlem Renaissance focus on?
18. What elements of society did women want to change in the 1920’s?
Tuesday/Wednesday: Warm-Up#1, Assignment: 1920's Fears Reading and Chart (Due at the end of class), and begin HW: Chapter 7 Section 4 Vocabulary (Definitions and Sentences) and Outline: Due next class
Wednesday/Thursday: Turn in Chapter 7 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz, Lecture: 1920's and Jazz Age, Worksheet: The New Woman (due at the end of class), and begin HW: HW: Chapter 7 Section 5 Vocabulary (Definitions and Sentences) and Outline: Due next class
Friday/Monday: Turn in Chapter 7 Section 5 Vocabulary and Outline and take the quiz, Video: America the Story of Us: Boom, and work on HW: Chapter 7 Study Guide
Chapter 7 Sections 1-3: Seperate by sections the following work: Vocabulary (terms/definitions/sentences explaining significance) and Outline. Due first day back.
Imperialism and WWI Study Guide
Spanish American War
Cuban prison camps
Panama Canal (how did we get to use the land for the canal?)
Lusitania (what was it and why was it sunk)
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
No Man's Land
Woodrow Wilson's 14 points (Be able to identify which one is not included in the 14 points)
1) What is the Monroe Doctrine? What is the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine?
2) Describe “yellow journalism” and explain its effect upon American involvement in the Spanish American War?
3) What two events provoked America into the Spanish American war?
4) Describe why and how the method of warfare on the western front led to a stalemate during World War I and what were the results?
5) What stimulated/caused US imperialism?
6) What territories were forced to submit to the United States’ authority in 1898?
7) Why was it difficult to gain an advantage over the enemy in trench warfare?
8) What were the effects of the United States entry into World War I?
9) What goal for the postwar peace was shared by British and French leaders alike?
10) What nations represented the "Big Four" at the Paris peace conference?
11) Who said the quote "peace without victory”?
Review the political cartoons and imperialism stations!!!
20 Multiple Choice Questions
4 Short Answer Questions- You pick 2
1) What is the Monroe Doctrine? What is the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine?
2) Describe “yellow journalism” and explain its effect upon American involvement in the Spanish American War?
3) What two events provoked America into the Spanish American war?
4) Describe why and how the method of warfare on the western front led to a stalemate during World War I and what were the results?
2 Political Cartoon Analysis- You pick 1
Point value: 50
Chapter 4 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Jacob Riis Photo Analysis and The Jungle Assignment (Graded)
Chapter 4 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Answers (Graded)
Chapter 4 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: Progressive Era
Chapter 4 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Notes: Progressive Era Project Presentations
Chapter 4 Section 5 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: Progressive Era Presidents
Chapter 4 Study Guide (Stamped)
Chapter 5 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
White Man's Burden (Graded)
Lecture Notes: America Becomes a World Power: Imperialism
Chapter 5 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Foreign Policy Assignment (Graded)
Notes: Political Cartoon Analysis Presentations
Lecture Notes: 1914-1918: The World at War: Causes, Isolation, and US Entry
Lecture Notes: America in WWI: Home front, Propaganda, and Conditions of the War
Lecture Notes: WWI- Outcome and Aftermath
Chapter 5 and 6 Study Guide
Tuesday/Wednesday: Finish Lecture from previous class, and Socratic Seminar on WWI. View Below.
Wednesday/Thursday: Chapter 5 and 6 Test and submit portfolio for Unit Two.
Socratic Seminar: WWI
20-30 minutes. Students are sitting on a circle on the floor, the rest of the students are grading students in the discussion. Grading students mark points for comments made, questions asked, challenges, whether or not students dominated, and whether or not students were respectful. They will switch after 4 questions.
When, if ever, is it appropriate to go to war?
If you were President Wilson what would have pushed you over the edge? Remember the idea of isolationism. Bombing of ships? Zimmerman telegram? Money? Loyalty to Europe?
Would you have gone to fight? Show of hands and then ask why.
Do you think the propaganda would have convinced you?
What else would you have done to help the war effort? Victory Gardens? Get a job in a war industry?
Does the government have the right to revoke 1st amendment rights during wartime?
What if you were an immigrant? Deal with discrimination? Would you enlist even if you were discriminated against by Americans?
If you were fighting how would you have dealt with the trenches?
Tuesday/Wednesday: Submit "Causes of WWI Newspaper" Project and Lecture: "1914-1918:
The World at War: Causes, Isolation, and US Entry".
Wednesday/Thursday: Lecture: America in WWI: Home front, Propaganda, and Conditions of the War
Friday/Monday: Lecture Notes: WWI- Outcome and Aftermath.
Tuesday/Wednesday: Chapter 5 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline submitted and take the quiz for this section, Lecture: Imperialism, and HW: Imperialism Stations due 11/16-17 and WWI (Chapter 6) Project due 11/29-30
Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Imperialism Stations homework, Finish Lecture: Imperialism, 4 corners, and Foreign Policies assignment. HW: WWI (Chapter 6) Project due 11/29-30.
Friday/Monday (28th): Poster Analysis and present to the class. HW: WWI (Chapter 6) Project due 11/29-30.
Monday/Tuesday: No School
Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Chapter 4 Study Guide, Take Chapter 4 Test, Work on Chapter 5 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline, discuss HW for Chapter 5 on Imperialism and WWI (Chapter 6) Project due 11/29-30.
Friday/Monday: Chapter 5 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline submitted and take the quiz for this section, warm-up #2, and analysis of "White Man's Burden" by Rudyard Kipling. HW: Imperialism Stations due 11/16-17 and Chapter 5 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline due 11/15-16
Imperialism_Stations.doc you are to read the different "stations" in this word document and answer the questions included in each station.
Chapter 4 Study Guide:
Terms and People:
W.E.B. Du Bois
Booker T. Washington
Clayton Antitrust Act
Federal Reserve Act
Ida B. Wells
1. What is the name of the reformer who outlined the Social Gospel in a book entitled Christianity and the Social Crisis?
2. What social problem did Upton Sinclair’s novel The Jungle describe?
3. Through Social Gospel, what should be at the basis of social reform?
4. What reforms resulted from the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaiste Factory?
5. Many Progressive reformers targeted city officials who built corrupt organizations called…
6. Factory/Industrial workers were constant danger due to their use of what?
7. Progressive women reformers worked to change what? (besides attainment of suffrage)
8. What did the Nineteenth Amendment enact?
9. Which woman founded the National Association of Colored Women to help African American families and those who were less fortunate?
10. What was the decision/outcome of the 1903 Muller v. Oregon Supreme Court Case?
11. What was one goal of the Americanization movement during the Progressive Era? Who were they trying to make more loyal and moral citizens?
12. W.E.B. Du Bois was an outspoken critic of who?
13. What event led to the formation of the NAACP?
14. What group formed the Anti-Defamation League to defend itself against verbal attacks and false statements?
15. A 1913 California law forced Japanese Americans to do what?
16. The efforts of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union eventually led to what change?
17. What legislation gave the government the authority to set and limit shipping costs?
18. Theodore Roosevelt supported powerful corporations as long as they did what?
19. The National Reclamation Act directly affected the management of which natural resource?
20. Under President William Howard Taft, the federal government brought lawsuits against who?
21. Why did Roosevelt run for the Presidency in 1912?
22. Which political party did Woodrow Wilson represent in the 1912 presidential election?
23. Why did the United States banking system need to be reformed in the early 1900s?
24. How did Progressives differ from Populists? (Hint: what type of people made up each group?)
25. Wilson’s New Freedom worked to improve what aspect of society?
26. How did Wilson compensate for the reduced government income resulting from his lowering of tariffs? What did he create?
27. How did President Roosevelt respond to the 1902 coal miners’ strike in Pennsylvania?
28. What resulted from the passage of the Dawes Act in 1887?
29. In 1914, Congress formed the Federal Trade Commission to do what?
Finish Lecture Notes on Progressive Era Presidents, Work on Study Guide, and Review Game. Next Class: Submit study guide, take test, and explain WWI Project.
Tuesday/Wednesday: Submit Chapter 4 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline and take Chapter 4 Section 4 Quiz, Finish lecture, and work day in the library to work on the Progressive Era Poster Project and Chapter 4 Section 5 vocabulary and outline. HW: Chapter 4 Section 5 vocabulary and outline due October 27/28 and Progressive Era Project due and present on October 26-27.
Friday/Monday: Submit Chapter 4 Section 5 Vocabulary and Outline and take Chapter 4 Section 5 Quiz, Finish presentations, Lecture: Roosevelt and Wilson Presidencies. HW: Work on the study guide.
Monday/Tuesday: Submit Chapter 4 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline and take Chapter 4 Section 1 Quiz, one 6 C Primary Source Analysis of a photo from Jacob Riis, and The Jungle reading and assignment (will be able to complete next class if unable to finish during class). HW: Chapter 4 Section 2 due next class- October 19-20. Progressive Era Project due and present on October 26-27.
Wednesday/Thursday: Submit Chapter 4 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline and take Chapter 4 Section 2 Quiz, finish The Jungle reading and assignment, and Triangle Shirtwaist activity (due at the end of class). HW: Chapter 4 Section 3 due next class- October 21-24. Progressive Era Project due and present on October 26-27.
Friday/Monday: Submit Chapter 4 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline and take Chapter 4 Section 3 Quiz, Progressive Era Lecture. Next class: Finish Lecture and Work Day in the library. HW: Chapter 4 Section 4 due October 24-25. Progressive Era Project due and present on October 26-27.
Tuesday/Thursday: Submit Chapter 3 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline, take the chapter 3 section 4 quiz, and play a review game in preparation of the Unit One Exam. HW: Chapter 3 Study Guide due 10/14-17 in the portfolio. Portfolio due 10/14-17. Progressive Era Project due and present on October 26-27.
Friday/Monday: Submit Portfolio, Unit One Test, HW: Chapter 4 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline Due Next Class 10/17-18. Progressive Era Project due and present on October 26-27.
Monday/Tuesday: 1. Robber Barons or Captains of Industry reading and chart (due in class). 2. Social philosophies reading and chart (due in class or you can complete as homework): Social Philosophies.doc. HW: Social Philosophies and Chapter 3 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline due next class: October 5-7.
Wednesday/Thursday: 1. Turn in chapter 3 section 2 outline and vocabulary and take the quiz. 2. Lecture Urbanization. HW: Chapter 3 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline Due October 11-13.
Friday/Monday: America the Story of Us: Cities answer questions and discuss and assign figures for the Progressive Era Project. HW: Progressive Era Project due and present on October 26-27 and chapter 3 section 4 vocabulary and outline due October 11-13.
Warm-ups (4 so far)
Lecture Notes: Exploration
Christopher Columbus Assignment (Graded)
Chapter One Vocabulary (Graded)
America the Story of Us: "Rebels" answers (Graded)
Lecture Notes: Colonization and Revolution
Federal Government Handout and Answers (Graded)
Chapter One Section 3 Questions (Graded)
Viewpoints answers (Graded)
America the Story of Us: "Revolution" answers (Graded)
Lecture Notes: Early Republic and the War of 1812
Chapter One Study Guide Answers (Stamped)
Chapter Two Section One Vocabulary (definition and sentence describing the term's significance for each term) and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: Andrew Jackson
Indian Removal answers (Graded)
Lecture Notes: Manifest Destiny with Map
Justification for Manifest Destiny: 1. Photo Analysis (2): 6 C's Chart and 2. Answers to Native American and Westward Expansion Worksheet (both graded)
Chapter 2 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: Slave Codes, Slave Resistance, and Abolition Movement
Narrative of Frederick Douglass answers (Graded)
America the Story of Us: "Division" answers (Graded)
Notes on Causes of the Civil War Presentations
Chapter 2 Section 3 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: American Civil War
"Glory" Video Answers (Graded)
Chapter 2 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: Reconstruction
Chapter Two Study Guide (Stamped)
Chapter 3 Section 1 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: Growth of Big Business
Robber Barons or Captains of Industry Chart (Graded)
Social Philosophies Chart (Graded)
Chapter 3 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Lecture Notes: Urbanization
America the Story of Us: "Cities" answers (Graded)
Chapter 3 Section 4 Vocabulary and Outline (Stamped)
Chapter Three Study Guide (Just have it included in the portfolio)
Use the previous study guides for chapters one and two and the following for chapter three:
Chapter Three Study Guide
What do companies form by assigning stock to a board and then combining the stocks into a new organization?
What was outlawed by the Sherman Antitrust Act?
Whose slogan was “Eight hours of work, eight hours of sleep, eight hours for what we will”?
What new technologies improved urban life? What was needed for transportation and skyscrapers?
What was Henry Grady’s vision for the New South that was contrasted with the old South?
Susan B. Anthony led the fight for the rights of what group?
Members of the Farmers’ Alliance formed which political party to improve conditions for farmers?
Who was the Scottish-born steel industrialist?
Finding ways to limit competition led to a fortune in the oil business for what individual?
Samuel Gompers was the first president of what group?
Because of their ethnic variety, America’s cities in the late 1800s were usually called what two things?
The Brooklyn Bridge was planned and begun by what individual?
What is one reason for calling cities “mixing bowls” of immigrants rather than “melting pots”?
A major influence aiding the building of skyscrapers was the mass production of what?
Why did immigrants to the United States in the late 1800s settle mostly in the North rather than the South?
Gospel of Wealth
American Federation of Labor
John D. Rockefeller
Monday/Tuesday: Finish Reconstruction Lecture and Review Game. HW: Have a copy of the study guide ready to turn in the day of the test: Wednesday/Thursday (You may work on the study guide with other students but you must submit your own copy on the day of the test and you MUST complete both the terms and questions portions of the study guide).
Wednesday/Thursday: Chapter Two Test and submit study guide (stamped). HW: Chapter 3 Section 1 Outline and Vocabulary (definition and sentence explaining significance for each term) due September 30 (periods 1 and 2) and October 3 (period 4 and 6).
Friday/Monday: Quiz Chapter 3 Section 1 and submit outline and vocabulary; Lecture: Growth of Big Business; and begin worksheet "Robber Barons or Captains of Industry?". HW: Chapter 3 Section 2 due October 5th (periods 1 and 2), October 6th (period 4), and October 7th (period 6).
Monday/Tuesday: Lecture: Second Half of the American Civil War and Primary Source Analysis. HW: 1. Chapter 2 Section 4 Vocabulary (definition and sentence explaining significance for each term) and Outline due September 22-26. 2. Chapter 2 Study Guide due the day of the test (September 28-29). Chapter 2 Test: September 28-29
Wednesday/Thursday: Second Half of "Glory" and answer accompanying questions. HW: 1. Chapter 2 Section 4 Vocabulary (definition and sentence explaining significance for each term) and Outline due September 22-26. 2. Chapter 2 Study Guide due the day of the test (September 28-29). Chapter 2 Test: September 28-29
Thursday/Friday: Submit Chapter 2 Section 4 Outline and vocabulary and Chapter 2 Section 4 Quiz; Reconstruction Lecture; HW: Chapter 2 Study Guide due the day of the test (September 28-29). Chapter 2 Test: September 28-29
Monday/Tuesday: Causes of the Civil War Presentations HW: Chapter 2 Section 3 Vocabulary (definition and sentence explaining significance for each term) and Outline due September 13/14.
Tuesday/Wednesday: Turn in Chapter 2 Section 3, Quiz, Finish Presentations, Lecture: Civil War (First Half), and Primary Source Analysis.
Thursday/Friday: Finish Primary Source Analysis, watch the first half of "Glory", HW: 1. Chapter 2 Section 4 Vocabulary (definition and sentence explaining significance for each term) and Outline due September 22-26. 2. Chapter 2 Study Guide due the day of the test (September 28-29). Chapter 2 Test: September 28-29
Define the following terms and people:
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Robert E. Lee
Second Great Awakening
1.Jackson clashed with the Supreme Court over the rights of what group of Native Americans (Trail of Tears)?
2.How did the South react to such slave revolts as Nat Turner?
3.How would the decision of slavery be determined in Kansas based on the Compromise of 1850?
4.How did Lincoln’s election in 1860 lead to secession?
5.How did the Battle of Gettysburg turn the tide of the Civil War?
6.What did Lincoln establish during the Civil War to provide more soldiers for the Union?
7.How was the relationship between the North and South changed by the Nullification Crisis?
8.What increased as a result of the Second Great Awakening?
9.Why did abolitionists want slavery to end?
10.What was the primary goal of women’s rights activists during the first half of the nineteenth century? What right were they trying to obtain?
11.What did the Mexican American war establish regarding Texas?
12.How did the Compromise of 1850 affect the Missouri Compromise?
13.What was the outcome of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? What would determine if they would be free or slave states?
14.What did the outcome of the Dred Scott decision prohibit?
15.What helped Lincoln win the presidency? Hint: Think Democratic party
16.What state first seceded from the Union?
17.What was the North’s main goal in fighting the Civil War?
18.What advantages did the South have early on in the war?
19.What states did the Emancipation Proclamation apply to?
20.Late in the war, the South suffered from what type of shortages?
21.What were some of the major effects of the Civil War?
22.What movement helped bring religious fervor to social reform?
23.Why did Radical Republicans call for the South to be punished?
24.What were the results of Radical Reconstruction regarding African American rights?
25.What did the KKK try to prevent African Americans from doing?
26.What happened to African Americans following the end of Reconstruction?
27.Who disliked Johnson’s Reconstruction Plan?
28.What marked the end of Reconstruction?
Wednesday/Thursday: Quiz Chapter 2 Section 2 and Submit vocabulary and outline Chapter 2 Section2, Lecture: Abolitionist movement; Slave Codes; and Slave Resistence, and Worksheet "Narrative of Frederick Douglass".
HW: Presentations on September 12/13 and Chapter 2 Section 3 Vocabulary (definition and sentence explaining significance for each term) and Outline due September 13/14.
Thursday/Friday: Return graded work and answer questions for video America the Story of Us: Division
Tuesday/Wednesday: Pass back work, warm-up #3, and lecture: Manifest Destiny. HW: 1. Ch.2 Sec.2 Vocabulary (definitions and sentences) and outline 2. Have your portfolio ready by 9/6-7 3. Presentations on Causes of the Civil War 9/9-12
Wednesday/Tuesday: Justification for Manifest Destiny: 1. Photo Analysis (2) using 6 C's chart and 2. Native Americans and Westward Expansion Worksheet (due at the end of class)
1. Uncle Tom’s Cabin
2. Compromise of 1850/Fugitive Slave Law
3. Kansas Nebraska Act/Bleeding Kansas
4. Dred Scott Case
5. John Brown’s Raid
6. Lincoln Douglass Debates
7. Election of Lincoln as President
8. Fort Sumter/Secession of South Carolina
Date of Presentations: September 9th-12th, 2011 (part of the 13th and 14th can be used if needed to complete presentations)
· PowerPoint Presentation: 5-8 minutes
· At least six slides (that looks good and creative with visuals included) including the title slide and a bibliography/works cited slide (MUST BE IN MLA FORMAT and you must use at least TWO sources).
· At least one slide explaining what the event(s) is about.
· At least one slide giving background/context to your event(s)
· At least one slide for each side’s point of view of the event(s): North and South
· At least one slide must discuss the event(s) direct influence as a cause of the Civil War.
· Every group member must participate in the lecture presentation and be capable of answering questions prompted from classmates and the teacher.
· DEMONSTRATE MATURITY AND PROFESSIONALISM WHEN PRESENTING (no slang, fidgeting, go beyond reading off the information on the slide, respectable posture, etc.).
Rubric: Student Presentations
(Details of requirements above)
At least six slides included that are aesthetically appealing, satisfies the requirements above, and include accurate historical information: 30 points
Title and bibliography (2 sources minimum- MLA format) slides: 10 points
Every group member participated in lecture presentation in a mature and professional manner and capable of answering questions prompted from classmates and the teacher: 5 points
Completed the presentation within the appropriate time span (5-8 minutes): 5 points
Monday/Tuesday: Turn in Study Guide, Chapter One Test, and hand out "Glory" permission slip. HW: 1.Glory permission slip due by the end of next week. 2. Chapter 2 Section 1 Vocabulary (definition and sentence describing the term's significance for each term) and Outline due next class.
Tuesday/Wednesday: Submit Chapter 2 Section 1 Vocabulary and outline; Chapter 2 Section 1 Quiz, Lecture: Andrew Jackson
Thursday/Monday: Finish lecture, discuss "Causes of Civil War" Presentations and form groups, 6 C's of Primary Source Analysis, and Trail of Tears Document Analysis. HW: 1. Chapter 2 Section 2 Vocabulary and Outline due 9/6-7 2. Presentations take place 9/9-12
Monday/Tuesday: Video: America the Story of Us: Episode 2 (Revolution). HW: Work on the study guide for the test on August 22/23. The question portion of the study guide is DUE on the same day as the test. You do not need to define the terms since they are already completed from your chapter one vocabulary assignment.
Wednesday/Thursday: Lecture: Early Republic and the War of 1812; work on the study guide.
Thursday/Friday: Finish Lecture (If needed) and play a review game. HW: Chapter Two Section One Vocabulary (definition and sentence describing the term's significance for each term) and Outline due 8/23-24.
Chapter One Study Guide:
1. Where do most scientists believe that people first came to the Americas from?
2. How did the arrival of Europeans affect native American society?
3. Which country established a number of colonies along the Atlantic coast?
4. Which new England colonial region offered the most religious freedom?
5. During the 1760s, American colonists rebelled against the British parliament for what reason?
6. Study your notes regarding the articles of confederation
7. Antifederalists did not like the constitution because it did not include what?
8. What major change of the united states took place during the Jefferson presidency?
9. Where did vasco de gama of Portugal reach in 1498?
10. What was the cause of thousands of native american deaths after the europeans came to the new world?
11. What was the goal of the missionaries who came to the Americas?
12. What was the first successful colony established by the English in the new world?
13. Why did the British parliament need the colonists to pay so many new taxes in the 1760s and 1770s?
14. Why did the federalists support ratification of the constitution? What type of government would it make?
15. What did Alexander Hamilton believe a national bank would promote?
16. Which chief justice expanded the powers of the supreme court through such cases as marbury v Madison?
17. What is unique about the war of 1812 regarding war damage?
18. What plant or animal changed the way the Indians of the great plains lived?
19. How did Jeffersons political outlook affect his presidency? Did he believe in limited or expanded federal powers and what action demonstrates this? What did he expand or limit?
20. The fourth of July marks what anniversary?
21. What were and were not powers of the central government under the articles of confederation?
22. What is the United States Congress made up of?
23. "millions for defense, but not a cent for tribute"-what event is this quote referring to?
The "starving time"
Separation of power
Marbury v Madison
House of burgesses
Check and balances
Monday/Tuesday: Lecture: Colonization and Revolution, and "Puritans" worksheet. HW: Read Chapter 1 Section 3 and answer questions on page 20 (Due: 8/11-15).
Wednesday/Thursday: Collect Homework, Extra Credit Preamble recitation, Lecture: Constitution, and "Federal Government" worksheet. HW: Finish the "Federal Government" worksheet for homework. Due next class: 8/11-15
Thursday/Friday/Monday: Warm-up, Alternate Viewpoints worksheet, discussion and notes: Antifederalists and Federalists, pair-share discussion, Four Corners DIscussion, and exit slips.
Monday/Tuesday: Class introduction, make a namecard, student and teacher introductions, syllabus, and discuss homework: 1. Syllabus signature (Due: 8/2-8/3); 2. Chapter One Vocabulary- see below (Due: 8/4-8/8);
Tuesday/Wednesday: Warm-up, discuss, collect homework, lecture: Exploration, and Christopher Columbus analysis (due at the end of class).
Thursday/Monday: Collect vocabulary homework, Video: American the Story of Us: Rebels (discussion questions due at the end of class), and discuss extra-credit: Preamble recitation (8/10-8/11)
Chapter One Vocabulary: For each item below, provide both the definition from the textbook and sentence explaining its significance. Be sure to identify the two requirements for each term (for example: 1.conquistador- Definition: one of the sixteenth-century Spanish soldiers who defeated the Indian civilizations of Mexico, Central America, or Peru. Sentence: The conquistadors devastated and conquerred large areas of land in the "New World" in pursuit of God (spreading their faith), gold (wealth in the New World), and glory (the adventure).)
House of Burgesses
English Bill of Rights
bill of rights
separation of powers
checks and balances