In Uncategorized on February 28, 2017 at 12:56 pm

US History Blended


  • 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:

Open De facto vs De Jure Segregation Disc


  1. Whole Group:  Present De facto vs De Jure Segregation
  2. Collab/Ind:  Finish Unit 3/Turn in PLT Reflections/#2 Ch 14 VOC Quiz

20th Century World p. 5


  • Identify the people, parties and events that led to rise of Nationalists and Republicans and International fighting forces of Spanish Civil War.
  • Summarize the ideas of the Nationalists or Republicans to create a convincing ad to earn foreign intervention for your side.
  • Sequence the most significant events and battles of the Spanish Civil War.
  • Examine and analyze the impact on the outcome of the Spanish Civil War several of the major battles.

Bell Ringer:

Sit in Groups and report chosen battle


  1. Work on Civil War Commercial/Timeline Due Thurs Midnight

US History A p. 6


  • 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:

Prepare for Unit 4 Objective Summative


  1. Take Objective Summative
  2. Intro Malcolm X Viewing Guide Summative
  3. Identify Vocab Terms

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