In Uncategorized on February 7, 2017 at 2:24 pm

US History Blended


  • Identify ideas, terms and concepts related to the Cold War.
  • Analyze the causes and effects which resulted in the start of the Cold War and the methods the US used in that global struggle as well as evaluate their effects on American society.
  • Analyze the economic, political and social changes that occurred in Postwar America.
  • Examine economic and social problems which emerged in Postwar America and their effects on political and social change.
  • Choose an example of 50’s music and create an historical artifact using methods of historical inquiry.
  • Explain the rise of suburbia and the baby boom.

Bell Ringer:

Start working on Summative


  1. Whole Group: Complete Unit 2 Summative
  2. Small Group:  1950s Cause and Effect Discussion/Choice Lessons/Finish Unit 2 Quiz

IB 20th Century World p. 5


  • Students are challenged to come to terms with their own views on America’s future role

in the world.

Bell Ringer:

Report to MC


  1. Just War Case Studies Summative/Assign Wars Due Thurs Midnight

US History A p. 6


  • Analyze the economic, political and social changes that occurred in Postwar America.
  • Examine the effects of the baby boom and suburbia on the rise of the auto industry and consumerism.
  • Identify the economical, technological and social force of the automobile and its effect on U.S. traditions.
  • Analyze the impact of the automobile on society.
  • Interpret the effect of the consumerism on the United States.
  • Analyze historical advertisements from the 1950’s.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Ch 13 VOC Quiz


  1. Ch 13 VOC Quiz
  2. Discuss Suburbia Assignment/Complete
  3. Auto and Home Consumerism Discussion

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