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Agenda

In Uncategorized on March 8, 2016 at 12:59 pm

US History A

Objectives:

  • Review ideas, terms and concepts related to Civil Rights Movement.
  • Identify ideas, terms and concepts related to Civil Rights Movement.
  • Analyze the causes and effects which resulted in the start of Civil Rights Movement, evaluate its effects of on American society.

Bell Ringer:

Sign in to Kahoot

Activities:

  1. Review for final Unit Test
  2. Finish Outline/CLSAssign/GR assigns
  3. Study for Final Summative Thursday

US History B

Objectives:

  • Analyze 9/11 and evaluate the reasons behind its occurrence and President Bush’s reaction based on media responses with a conservative/liberal response.

Bell Ringer:

Obama Discussion

Activities:

  1. Complete Obama Discussion
  2. GV Faren-Hype Questions
  3. 9/11 Discussion
  4. Final Tom!  Know difference between Liberal/Conservative and Foreign/Domestic Policy

IB HOA

Objectives:

 

  • Explain ideas of slavery in the United States and analyze the institution in the Caribbean, Latin and South America.
  • Analyze the relationships between the 19th century geographical expansion West in the Americas, the rise of industrialization and the long range  political, economic and social implications on history in various countries in the Americas.
  • Analyze the political, economic and social changes in one region of the Americas impact various ideological trends.
  • Compare and contrast the solution to civil rights questions presented by Booker T Washington, WEB Dubois and Marcus Garvey.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Peer Assessment Sheet

Activities:

  1.  Watch and assess Harlem Renaissance videos
  2. Review Unit 3 Essays
  3. Discuss Paper 1 Breakdown
  4. Watch Final Review Show Me Video.

Agenda

In Uncategorized on March 7, 2016 at 12:56 pm

US History A

Objectives:

  • Identify the cause and effect relationship between gains in civil rights and improved socioeconomic status for African Americans
  • Analyze the impact of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 on the demographic makeup of the United States
  • Explain the events which occurred in 1968.
  • Describe the effect on US political history of the social history of 1968.

Bell Ringer:

Review Violence in 1968 Notes on Prezi

Activities:

  1.  Discuss Violence in 1968 Notes
  2. Watch DNC Chicago clip
  3. Take Civil Rights Quiz
  4. Eval of the Advancement of AA Discussion

US History B

Objectives:

  • Analyze the Clinton presidency.
  • Analyze 9/11 and evaluate the reasons behind its occurrence and President Bush’s reaction based on media responses with a conservative/liberal response.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Ch 20 VOC Quiz

Activities:

  1. GV 9/11
  2. Review Questions
  3. Obama Discussion

IB HOA

 

Objectives:

  • Explain the philosophical differences of economic and social reform expressed by Civil Rights leaders Booker T Washington, WEB Dubois and Marcus Garvey.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of Booker T Washington, WEB Dubois and Marcus Garvey’s influence on the economic and social condition of African American in the late 19th century and early 20th American society.

Bell Ringer:

Complete Booker T, WEB and Marcus Discussion

Activities:

  1.  Work on Discussion
  2. Prepare for Philosophical Chairs
  3. Philosophical Chairs:  Compare Booker T, WEB and Marcus
  4. Complete Outline
  5. Read “Teaching the New Jim Crow” selections and complete assign by Wed/Thurs
  6. Prepare for Finals

Agenda

In Uncategorized on March 4, 2016 at 1:14 pm

FYI History

US History A

Objectives:

  • Analyze concepts of freedom and hope as they relate to various historical documents and other mediums concerning MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
  • Discuss the process of creating a campaign for freedom in Birmingham through a role play and using various historical documents and other mediums concerning MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Project C Assignment

Activities:

  1.  Preview Project C
  2. Fishbowl Simulation
  3. Debrief

US History B

Objectives:

  • Analyze the Clinton presidency.
  • Analyze 9/11 and evaluate the reasons behind its occurrence and President Bush’s reaction based on media responses with a conservative/liberal response.

Bell Ringer:

Preview Ch 20 VOC

Activities:

  1.  Clinton and the budget
  2.  Complete Ch 20 VOC/Take Ch 20 VOC Quiz
  3. Review Clinton Presidency

IB HOA

Objectives:

  • Plan, summarize, evaluate, analyze and reflect about an historical investigation question.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Annotated Biblio for IA

Activities:

  1.  Turn in Biblio
  2. Work on Harlem Renaissance Portfolio
  3. Talk to Wachholz about Topic/Question

Agenda

In Uncategorized on March 3, 2016 at 1:12 pm

FYI for History!

US History A

Objectives:

  • Analyze concepts of freedom and hope as they relate to various historical documents and other mediums concerning MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
  • Discuss the process of creating a campaign for freedom in Birmingham through a role play and using various historical documents and other mediums concerning MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail.

Bell Ringer:

Complete Birmingham Project C Discussion on Schoology

Activities:

  1.  Work on Discussion
  2. Project C Assignment/Questions
  3. Project C Groups/Summary

US History B

Objectives:

  • Summarize US actions taken to influence Central American and Caribbean affairs
  • Describe the events leading up to the Iran-Contra scandal
  • Analyze US involvement in the Persian Gulf War
  • Summarize Reagan’s economic programs
  • Analyze and evaluate liberalism vs conservativism in domestic and foreign affairs.
  • Identify the reasons for the resurgence of conservative values, and list the major goals of the New Right
  • Analyze the emergence of Reagan and Bush as conservative leaders

Bell Ringer:

Review for Summative Kahoot

Activities:

  1.  Review Game
  2. Unit 4 Rise of Conservativism Summative Objective
  3. Unit 4 Rise of Conservativism Summative Essay

IB HOA p 6/7

Objectives:

  • Analyze the significance of social, intellectual, and technological changes of lifestyles in the United States.
  • Describe challenges to traditional practices in religion, race, and gender.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Econ Bill of Rights Handout

Activities:

  1.  With Partner choose 5 Grievances/Actions
  2. Work on Harlem Renaissance iMovie Portfolios

Agenda

In Uncategorized on March 2, 2016 at 1:01 pm

Advisory

  1. PCTV Announcements
  2. Digital Citizenship Folder
  3. Complete Quizlet
  4. Intro Discussion
  5. WE Presentation (Front row/center Auditorium)

US History B

Objectives:

  • Summarize US actions taken to influence Central American and Caribbean affairs
  • Describe the events leading up to the Iran-Contra scandal
  • Analyze US involvement in the Persian Gulf War

Bell Ringer:

Review Prezi Foreign Policy in the 90s

Activities:

  1.  Review Late 20th Century Foreign Policy
  2. Complete Late 20th Century Foreign Policy Discussion
  3. Work on Occupational Wars CLSAssign/Due tom
  4. Study Outline for test tom!

IB HOA P. 5

Objectives:

  • Analyze the significance of social, intellectual, and technological changes of lifestyles in the United States.
  • Describe challenges to traditional practices in religion, race, and gender.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Econ Bill of Rights Handout

Activities:

  1.  With Partner choose 5 Grievances/Actions
  2. Work on Harlem Renaissance iMovie Portfolios

IB HOA P. 7

Objectives:

  • Analyze the significance of social, intellectual, and technological changes of lifestyles in the United States.
  • Describe challenges to traditional practices in religion, race, and gender.

Bell Ringer:

Review Great Migration and Harlem Notes in Prezi

Activities:

  1.  Discuss Notes
  2. Who is Louis Armstrong?
  3. Crash Course Harlem Renaissance
  4. Harlem Renaissance Video Portfolio Due Monday

Agenda

In Uncategorized on March 1, 2016 at 2:00 pm

US History A

Objectives:

  • Determine the causes and effects of the Voting Rights Act
  • Explain the motivations of both voting rights activists and those seeking to deny the right to vote
  • Analyze the role civil rights leaders played during this era
  • Distinguish between de facto and de jure segregation
  • Make judgments about the protest strategies used during the 1950s as opposed to the 1960s
  • Infer reasons why the Civil Rights movement became increasingly militant in the 1960s

Bell Ringer:

Complete De Facto vs De Jure Segregation Discussion

Activities:

  1.  De Facto vs De Jure Segregation/Video and Sources
  2. Discuss Voting Rights Notes
  3. We Shall Overcome Discussion

IB HOA P. 5/6

Objectives:

  • Analyze the significance of social, intellectual, and technological changes of lifestyles in the United States.
  • Describe challenges to traditional practices in religion, race, and gender.

Bell Ringer:

Review Great Migration and Harlem Notes in Prezi

Activities:

  1.  Discuss Notes
  2. Who is Louis Armstrong?
  3. Crash Course Harlem Renaissance
  4. Harlem Renaissance Video Portfolio Due Monday