Tuesday December 12th, 2017

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

U.S. History

Tuesday-12/12/17:

  • Bell Work-) Based off your prior knowledge and the context of the radio address can you name the national crisis that prompted Herbert Hoover to make this speech? 2.) What does President Hoover believe is the result of a “lack of caution in nosiness”? 3.) Based on the radio address above, why does Hoover ultimately feel it is not the government’s responsibility to solve the financial problems facing Americans during the Great Depression? In your opinion is he correct? *Be sure to explain why you agree or disagree
  • Attendance- While Class is Doing Bell Work
  • Video-History Brief: the Dust Bowl (4:04 min)
  • Reading Activity-Letter’s from a Dust Bowl Survivor
    • w/ reflection questions
  • Writing Prompt- Letter’s from a Dust Bowl Survivor
  • Daily Objective-
    • Content Objective:
      • SWD analysis of how families attempted to survive the devastating effects of the Great Depression by interacting in a short presentation
      • SWD synthesis of the agricultural and environmental effects the Dust Bowl had on the Midwest and Great Plains region of the United States by composing a letter from a historical perspective
    • Language Objective:
      • Students will read and record information pertaining to how families attempted to survive the devastating effects of the Great Depression through listening to a short lecture and creating student centered guided notes
      • Students will read and record a narrative pertaining to the agricultural and environmental effects the Dust Bowl had on the Midwest and Great Plains region of the United States by writing a letter to a loved one as if they were living through the Dust Bowl

 

Supplemental Material: Reading Activity-Letter’s from a Dust Bowl Survivor w/ reflection questions and Writing Prompt- Letter’s from a Dust Bowl Survivor

Reading Activity-Letter’s from a Dust Bowl Survivor w/ reflection questions and Writing Prompt- Letter’s from a Dust Bowl Survivor

Letters from a Dust Bowl Suvivor-US

Letter from a Dust Bowl Survivor

 

Video Link-History Brief: the Dust Bowl (4:04 min)

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Government

Tuesday-12/12/17:

  • Bell Work-) According to this passage, what can you identify is Benjamin Franklin’s view on Bicameralism? 2.) What are some of the motives behind the reasons many states adopted unicameralism? 3.) Judge the value of Benjamin Franklin’s comment that a bicameral legislature is akin to “putting one horse before a cart and another behind it, both pulling opposite directions.” What was he trying to imply about the effectiveness of a bicameral legislature?
  • Attendance- While Class is Doing Bell Work
  • Primary Source- McCulloch v. Maryland- What Are the Limits on the Implied Powers of Congress?
    • With Reflection Questions
  • Study Guide-Chapter 9-Interest Groups, Chapter 10-Congress and Chapter 11-The Power of Congress
  • Daily Objective-
    • Content Objective:
      • SWD analysis of the implied powers held by the United States government by examining a primary source and responding to an inquiry review sheet
      • SWD evaluation of the materials covering the roles of interest groups in politics, the roles and the functions of Congress along with the specific powers outlined within the Constitutional concepts of Expressed Powers, Implied Powers and Inherent Powers along with Congresses’ ability to taxing various ways through summarizing key information in a structured study guide
    • Language Objective:
      • Students will read and respond to an article pertaining to the implied powers held by the United States government by examining a primary source then filling our an SSR “One Pager”
      • Students will read, and write the key terms and important concepts covered the roles of interest groups in politics, the roles and the functions of Congress along with the specific powers outlined within the Constitutional concepts of Expressed Powers, Implied Powers and Inherent Powers along with Congresses’ ability to taxing various ways by completing a structured inquiry based study guide

 

Supplemental Materials: McCulloch v. Maryland- What Are the Limits on the Implied Powers of Congress? With Reflection Questions and Study Guide-Chapter 9-Interest Groups, Chapter 10-Congress and Chapter 11-The Power of Congress

McCulloch v. Maryland- What Are the Limits on the Implied Powers of Congress? With Reflection Questions

McCulloch v Maryland-Limiting the Implied Powers of Congress-SSR Article With Questions-Leveled

 

Study Guide-Chapter 9-Interest Groups, Chapter 10-Congress and Chapter 11-The Power of Congress

Chapter 9 10 and 11-Learning Target-Study Guide

Chapter 9-10 and 11-Definitions

 

Chapter 9-Interest Groups

Interest Groups and Lobbying-2017

 

Chapter 10-Congress

Chapter 10-Congress-2017

 

Chapter 11-The Power of Congress

Chapter 11-Section 1-Expressed Powers Money Commerce

Chapter 11-Section 2-The Other Expressed Powers

Chapter 11-Section 3-The Implied Powers

Chapter 11-Section 4-Non-Legislative Power

McCulloch v Maryland-Limiting the Implied Powers of Congress-SSR Article With Questions-Leveled

 

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