Monday January 14th, 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019

U.S. History

Monday-1/14/19:

  • Bell Work-1.) Describe in your own words at least one way the Great Depression affected young people? 2.) What conclusions can you draw from the primary source to describe how companies viewed the need for young men in the work force during the Great Depression? 3.) What in your opinion could be done to maximize the opportunities for young men to enter the work force through President Roosevelt’s New Deal programs?
  • Attendance- While Class is Doing Bell Work
  • Study Guide Review Time-Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and Chapter 15
  • Daily Objective-
  • Content Objective:
    • SWD evaluation of the materials covered in Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and Chapter 15 through summarizing key information in a structured study guide
  • Language Objective:
    • Students will read, and write the key terms and important concepts covered in Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and Chapter 15 by completing a structured inquiry-based study guide

 

Study Guide Review Time-Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and Chapter 15

Final Exam-Study Guide-2018

 

Terms and Definitions

Chapter 9-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 10-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 11-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 12-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 13-Vocabulary List

Chapter 14-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 15-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

 

Vocab Match Up Review Game

Chapter 9-Vocab Match up Review Game

Chapter 10-Vocab Match up Review Game

Chapter 11-Vocab Match up Review Game

Chapter 12-Vocab Match up Review Game

Chapter 12-Vocab Match up Review Game

Chapter 13-Vocab Match up Review Game

Chapter 14-Vocab Match up Review Game

Chapter 15-Vocab Match up Review Game

 

Final Exam Power Points-Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and Chapter 15

Chapter 9-Section 1 and 2-PPT-2018

Chapter 9-Section 3-PPT-2018

Chapter 9-Section 4 and 5-PPT-2018

 

Chapter 10-Section 1-Power Point

Chapter 10-Section 2-PPT

Chapter 10-Section 3-PPT

Chapter 10-Section 4-PPT

 

Chapter 11-Section 1-World War I Begins-Part I

Chapter 11-Section 1-World War I Begins-Part II

Chapter 11-Section 2-PPT-2018

Chapter 11-Section 3-PPT-2018

Chapter 11-Section 4-PPT-2018

 

Chapter 12-Section 1-Americans Struggles with Post War Issues

Chapter 12-Section 2- The Harding Presidency

Chapter 12-Section 3- The Businesses of America

 

Chapter 13-Section 1-Changing Ways of Life

Chapter 13-Section 2-The Twenties Woman

Chapter 13-Section 3- Education and Popular Culture

Chapter 13-Section 4-The Harlem Renaissance

 

Chapter 14-Section 1-The Nations Sick Economy

Chapter 14-Section 2-Hardship and Suffering During the Great Depression

Chapter 14-Secton 3-Hoover Struggles with the Depression

 

Chapter 15-Section 1-A New Deal Fights the Depression-2018

Chapter 15-Section 2-The Second New Deal Takes Hold-2018

Chapter 15-Section 3-The New Deal Affects Many Groups-2018

Chapter 15-Section 4-Culture in the 1930’s-2018

Chapter 15-Section 5-The Impact of the New Deal-2018

 

Textbook PDF’s-Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and Chapter 15

Chapter 9-Textbook-PDFs

Chapter 10-Textbook-PDFs

Chapter 11-Textbook-PDFs

Chapter 12-Textbook-PDFs

Chapter 13-Textbook-PDFs

Chapter 14-Textbook-PDFs

Chapter 15-Textbook-PDFs

 

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Government

  •  Monday-1/14/18-
    • Bell Work-1.) Based on the context of the political cartoon and the unit we’ve covered in class, where (meaning which region) would this scene most likely take place? 2.) What is the main theme of the political cartoon? 3.) Think in terms of historical context. How might a white Southerner who is illiterate justify subjecting an African-American man or woman to literacy tests?
    • Attendance-While Class is Doing Bell Work
    • Presentation-American Citizenship-Roles, Responsibilities and Duties
    • Video-The 1960s in America: Crash Course US History #40 (15:14 min)
      • Reflection Question: How did the push for Civil Rights lead to new social and political opportunities for African-American’s in the United States?
    • Daily Objective-
    • Content Objective:
        • SWD comprehension of the process of gaining U.S. citizenship including the roles, responsibilities and duties that every American is expected to fulfill by interacting in a short presentation
        • SWD analysis of the social and political changes that dramatically impacted the lives of minorities in the United States by watching a film and responding to an inquiry question
        • SWD evaluation of the materials covered in Chapters 1-7, 9-21 through summarizing key information in a structured study guide in preparation for their final exam
    • Language Objective:
      • Students will listen, orally discuss and respond to the process of gaining U.S. citizenship including the roles, responsibilities and duties that every American is expected to fulfill by participating in classroom discussions following a short lecture by the teacher
      • Students will watch and respond to the social and political changes that dramatically impacted the lives of minorities in the United States by watching a video covering the fight for civil rights in the 1960’s and completing a video response question
      • Students will read, and write the key terms and important concepts covered in Chapters 1-7, 9-21 by completing a structured inquiry-based study guide in preparation for their final exam

 

Supplemental Materials: American Citizenship-Roles, Responsibilities and Duties, Study Guide Review Time-Chapters 1-7, 9-21

Presentation-American Citizenship-Roles, Responsibilities and Duties

American Citizenship-Supplemental PPT-2018

 

DBQ-American Jury System-2019

Jury Systems-DBQ Starter

American Jury System-DBQ-2019

 

Study Guide Review Time-Chapters 1-7, 9-21

Final Exam-Study Guide-Half Sheet-2019-Chapters 1-21

 

Vocabulary-Chapters 1-7, 9-21

Chapter 1-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 2-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 3-Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Chapter 4-Vocabulary

Chapter 5-Vocabulary

Chapter 6-Vocabulary

Chapter 7-Vocabulary

Chapter 9-10 and 11-Definitions

Chapter-13-Vocabulary

Chapter 14-Vocabulary

 

Outlines-Chapters 1-7, 9-21

Chapter 1 Outline

Chapter 2-Outline

Chapter 3-Outline

Chapter 4-Outline

Chapter 5-Outline

Chapter 6-Outline

Chapter 9-Outline

Chapter 10-Outline

Chapter 11-Outline

Chapter 13-Outline

Chapter 14-Outline

Chapter 15-Outline

Chapter 16-Outline

Chapter 17-Outline

Chapter 18-Outline

Chapter 19-Outline-Part 1

Chapter 19-Outline-Part 2

Chapter 20-Outline

Defining Citizenship and Civic Responsibility-SSR Article

 

Power Points-Chapters 1-7, 9-21

Chapter 1-Section 1-Government and the State-2018

Chapter 1-Section 2-Forms Government-2018

Chapter 1-Section 3-Basic Concepts of Democracy-2018

Forms of Government-2016

Chapter 2-Origins of Government-Condensed-2017

Chapter 3-Section 1-Basic Principles-2018

Chapter 3-Section 2-Formal Amendments-2018

Informal Amendments-2015

Chapter 3 Section 3- Constitutional Change by Other Means-2018

Chapter 4-Federalism-2018

American Political Parties

Chapter 6-Section 1-The Right to Vote

Chapter 6-Section 2-Voter Qualifications-2018

Chapter 6-Section 3-Suffrage and Civil Rights

Chapter 6-Section 4-Voter Behavior

Chapter 7-The Electoral Process-2018

Electoral College-2018

Interest Groups and Lobbying-2018

Chapter 10-Section 1-The National Legislature

Chapter 10-Sections 2 and 3-The House of Representatives

Chapter 11-The Powers of Congress-2018

Chapter 13-The Presidency

Chapter 14-The Presidency in Action-Streamlined Version

Federal Bureaucracy-Supplemental PPT-2019

Chapter 16-Financing Government-2018

Foriegn Policy and National Defense

Chapter 18-Federal Court Systems-Streamlined Version-2019

American Citizenship-Supplemental PPT-2018

 

  • Video Clip-The 1960s in America: Crash Course US History #40 (15:14 min)
    • Reflection Question: How did the push for Civil Rights lead to new social and political opportunities for African-American’s in the United States?

 

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