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In Uncategorized on May 16, 2018 at 12:00 pm

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Describe the flowering and decline of the counterculture in the 1960s
  • Summarize the impact of the counterculture on art, fashion, music, and attitudes
  • Explain the conservative response to the counterculture
  • Summarize the legacy of the women’s movement in employment, education, and politics
  • Identify key environmental issues of the 1970s
  • Explain the goals of the continuing environmental movement

Bell Ringer:

Access #14 Counterculture:  From Feminism to Environment Discussion

Activities:

  1. Watch Videos Presenting Counterculture/Environment/Feminism
  2. Review 1960s /  Crash Course 1960s https://youtu.be/lkXFb1sMa38 
  3. Discuss 2/3/4 Assign:
    • To score a 2:  #14 The Counterculture:  From Feminism to the Environment Discussion, #15 VOC Ch 24 Sec 4 and #Social Movements Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GV:  Woodstock
    • To score a 4:  Social Activism Poster
  4. All Formatives due today by 2pm

Advisory

  1.  Report to Auditorium for Senior Class Meeting

US History p. 4

Objectives:

  • Describe the growth and diversity of the Latino Population in the United States
  • Summarize the efforts of Latinos to secure civil rights and respect for their cultural heritage
  • Explain the efforts of Native Americans to secure reforms in government policies

Bell Ringer:

Open #11 Latinos vs Native Americans Comparison

Activites:

  1. Play Latinos vs Natives Comparison
  2. Review 2/3/4 Assign:
    • To score a 2:  #11 Latino vs Native American Comparison, #12 VOC Ch 23 and #13 Ch 23 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GR Kent St Analysis
    • To score a 4:  Natives and Latinos Civil Rights Essays
  3. Assigns due Today at 2 pm

IB 20th Century World p. 5

Objectives:

  • Analyze how segregation was introduced prior to the Nationalist Party victory in 1948.
  • Organize the events which led to the racial legislation of apartheid in South Africa.
  • Evaluate the impact of the 1948 election of the Nationalist Party on the extent of apartheid and its ongoing effects on South Africa.

Bell Ringer:

Review Ch 4 Assign/Complete 3 of 4

Activities:

  1. Work on Assign
  2. Read Q 15 Review
  3. Ch 4 Pop Quiz!!!!

IB 20th Century World p. 7

Objectives:

  • Analyze how segregation was introduced prior to the Nationalist Party victory in 1948.
  • Organize the events which led to the racial legislation of apartheid in South Africa.
  • Evaluate the impact of the 1948 election of the Nationalist Party on the extent of apartheid and its ongoing effects on South Africa.

Bell Ringer:

Submit your Kahoot to wachholza

Activities:

  1. VOC #1 Apartheid Kahoot Tournament
  2. Intro Ch 4 Assignments (must complete 3 of 4 assign):
    • Examination of Segregation Laws
    • Pass Books Analysis
    • Land Ownership Map Eval
    • South African Political Party Analysis
  3. All Ch 4 Assigns due Thursday 2pm

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 15, 2018 at 11:48 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the growth and diversity of the Latino Population in the United States
  • Summarize the efforts of Latinos to secure civil rights and respect for their cultural heritage
  • Explain the efforts of Native Americans to secure reforms in government policies

Bell Ringer:

Open #11 Latinos vs Native Americans Comparison

Activites:

  1. Play Latinos vs Natives Comparison
  2. Review 2/3/4 Assign:
    • To score a 2:  #11 Latino vs Native American Comparison, #12 VOC Ch 23 and #13 Ch 23 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GR Kent St Analysis
    • To score a 4:  Natives and Latinos Civil Rights Essays
  3. Assigns due Today at 2 pm

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze how segregation was introduced prior to the Nationalist Party victory in 1948.
  • Organize the events which led to the racial legislation of apartheid in South Africa.
  • Evaluate the impact of the 1948 election of the Nationalist Party on the extent of apartheid and its ongoing effects on South Africa.

Bell Ringer:

Submit your Kahoot to wachholza

Activities:

  1. VOC #1 Apartheid Kahoot Tournament
  2. Intro Ch 4 Assignments (must complete 3 of 4 assign):
    • Examination of Segregation Laws
    • Pass Books Analysis
    • Land Ownership Map Eval
    • South African Political Party Analysis
  3. All Ch 4 Assigns due Thursday 2pm

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 14, 2018 at 11:35 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the growth and diversity of the Latino Population in the United States
  • Summarize the efforts of Latinos to secure civil rights and respect for their cultural heritage
  • Explain the efforts of Native Americans to secure reforms in government policies

Bell Ringer:

Open #11 Latinos vs Native Americans Comparison

Activites:

  1. Discuss Latinos vs Natives and Civil Rights
  2. Review 2/3/4 Assign:
    • To score a 2:  #11 Latino vs Native American Comparison, #12 VOC Ch 23 and #13 Ch 23 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GR Kent St Analysis
    • To score a 4:  Natives and Latinos Civil Rights Essays
  3. Assigns due Tues/Wed 2 pm

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the origins and ideas of apartheid in South Africa and explain how it became law.
  • Analyze and evaluate the impact of social and political factors which led to apartheid in South Africa.

Bell Ringer:

Complete What is apartheid? Discussion

Activities:

  1. Review Discussion
  2. Complete VOC #1/Make Kahoot Game and share with wachholza

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 11, 2018 at 11:51 am

US History

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.
  • 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.
  • Evaluate the impact of the civil rights movement and its relationship to Obama’s presidency.

Bell Ringer:

Open Obama Speech Discussion

Activities:

  1. Play Obama Speech 50 Year Anniversary of March on Washington
  2. Complete 2/3/4 Assignments
    • To score a 2:  #8 Birmingham Project C Discussion, #9 Violence in 1968 Discussion and #10 Gerrymandering Discussion
    • To score a 3:  Obama Speech Discussion
    • To score a 4:  Eval of Effects of Civil Rights on AA in Ed and Beyond

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze a source to assess its value and limitations based on its origin and purpose relating to the protests, actions and significance of members of the Civil Rights Movement in America.
  • Examine and prepare materials to review about achievements of Civil Rights Movement.

Bell Ringer:

Review Ch 3 Assign

Activities:

  1. Complete Ch 3 Achievements of Civil Rights Assign

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 10, 2018 at 11:58 am

US History

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.
  • 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.
  • Evaluate the impact of the civil rights movement and its relationship to Obama’s presidency.

Bell Ringer:

Introduce # 8 Project C Discussion

Activities:

  1. Play Intro Video
  2. Complete #8 Birmingham Project C Discussion
  3. Move into assigned Groups/Complete 2 Assignments by end of class
    • #9 Violence in 1968 Discussion
    • #10 Gerrymandering Discussion

IB 20th Century World 

Objectives:

  • Analyze a source to assess its value and limitations based on its origin and purpose relating to the protests, actions and significance of members of the Civil Rights Movement in America.
  • Examine and prepare materials to review about achievements of Civil Rights Movement.

Bell Ringer:

Read Paper 1 Q 14 Intro

Activities:

  1. Review Requirements of Paper 1 Q 14
  2. Take Summative 15 min
  3. Peer Edit
  4. Introduce Ch 3 Achievements of Civil Rights Assign Due Friday!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 9, 2018 at 12:08 pm

US History p. 1

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.
  • 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.
  • Evaluate the impact of the civil rights movement and its relationship to Obama’s presidency.

Bell Ringer:

Introduce # 8 Project C Discussion

Activities:

  1. Play Intro Video
  2. Complete #8 Birmingham Project C Discussion
  3. Move into assigned Groups/Complete 2 Assignments by end of class
    • #9 Violence in 1968 Discussion
    • #10 Gerrymandering Discussion

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. CCRC Scholarship Forms
  3. Auditorium Next Week/Seating Chart
  4. Study Groups Video
  5. Discuss Post Sec Plans!

US History p. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
  • Analyze the Bus Boycott and explain the tentative nature of the event on society and politics.
  • Compare and contrast the motivations and actions taken during the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
  • Identify the obstacles faced by African-American protesters.
  • Make distinctions between forms of protests.
  • Analyze the role civil rights leaders played during this era.

Bell Ringer:

Review Form assign

Activities:

  1. Discuss MLK vs Malcolm Essay
  2. Review 2/3/4 Assignments Due Tues/Wed 2pm:
    • To score a 2:  #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm Intro and Discussion, #6  Civil Rights VOC and #7 Civil Rights Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GV:  De jure vs. defacto segregation
    • To score a 4:  MLK vs Malcolm X Essay 
  3. Formative Assign Due Today 2pm

IB 20th Century World p. 5

Objectives:

  • Analyze a source to assess its value and limitations based on its origin and purpose relating to the protests, actions and significance of members of the Civil Rights Movement in America.
  • Examine and prepare materials to review about achievements of Civil Rights Movement.

Bell Ringer:

Read Paper 1 Q 14 Intro

Activities:

  1. Review Requirements of Paper 1 Q 14
  2. Take Summative 15 min
  3. Peer Edit
  4. Introduce Ch 3 Achievements of Civil Rights Assign Due Friday!

IB 20th Century World p. 7

Objectives:

  • Analyze the role of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, sit-ins and Freedom Rides and Project C on the development of the March on Washington in 1963.

Bell Ringer:

Access Ch 2 Source Analysis Assignment

Activities:

  1. Discuss Source Analysis Assign
  2. Post Notes Before End of Class
  3. Study Docs from other Sections for Summative Tom/Thurs
  4. Review Paper 1 Q 14 Introduction

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 8, 2018 at 11:56 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
  • Analyze the Bus Boycott and explain the tentative nature of the event on society and politics.
  • Compare and contrast the motivations and actions taken during the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
  • Identify the obstacles faced by African-American protesters.
  • Make distinctions between forms of protests.
  • Analyze the role civil rights leaders played during this era.

Bell Ringer:

Review Form assign

Activities:

  1. Discuss MLK vs Malcolm Essay
  2. Review 2/3/4 Assignments Due Tues/Wed 2pm:
    • To score a 2:  #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm Intro and Discussion, #6  Civil Rights VOC and #7 Civil Rights Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GV:  De jure vs. defacto segregation
    • To score a 4:  MLK vs Malcolm X Essay 
  3. Formative Assign Due Today 2pm

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze the role of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, sit-ins and Freedom Rides and Project C on the development of the March on Washington in 1963.

Bell Ringer:

Access Ch 2 Source Analysis Assignment

Activities:

  1. Discuss Source Analysis Assign
  2. Post Notes Before End of Class
  3. Study Docs from other Sections for Summative Tom/Thurs
  4. Review Paper 1 Q 14 Introduction

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 7, 2018 at 11:43 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
  • Analyze the Bus Boycott and explain the tentative nature of the event on society and politics.
  • Compare and contrast the motivations and actions taken during the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
  • Identify the obstacles faced by African-American protesters.
  • Make distinctions between forms of protests.
  • Analyze the role civil rights leaders played during this era.

Bell Ringer:

Access #5 From Rosa Parks to Malcolm X Intro

Activities:

  1. Play #5 From Rosa Parks to Malcolm X Intro
  2. Review 2/3/4 Assignments Due Tues/Wed 2pm:
    • To score a 2:  #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm Intro and Discussion, #6  Civil Rights VOC and #7 Civil Rights Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GV:  De jure vs. defacto segregation
    • To score a 4:  MLK vs Malcolm X Essay 
  3. Formative Assign Due Tues/Wed 2pm

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze the role of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, sit-ins and Freedom Rides and Project C on the development of the March on Washington in 1963.

Bell Ringer:

Access Revisionist History:  Foot Soldier of Birmingham

Activities:

  1.  Listen to Revisionist History Podcast
  2. Complete Assign
  3. Read Paper 1 Q 14 Intro/Summative Wed/Thurs

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 4, 2018 at 11:34 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Understand the cause and effect relationship between events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Identify strategies used to fight segregation during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Predict possible future Civil Rights issues, analyze methods used to fight segregation and the major civil rights organizations leading this movement

Bell Ringer:

Review Choice Assign

Activities:

  1. Discuss Playlists and 2/3/4 Assignments:
    • To score a 2:  #1 Unit 3 Civil Rights and Social Movements Intro Discussion, #2 Ch 21 VOC, #3 Ch 21 VOC Quiz and #4 GR:  Brown v. Board Quiz
    • To score a 3:  What’s Up Doc? Brown v. Board Political Cartoon  
    • To score a 4:   Civil Rights CLS Assign
  2. First assignments due TODAY 2 pm!!!

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze the role of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, sit-ins and Freedom Rides and Project C on the development of the March on Washington in 1963.

Bell Ringer:

Review Project C Background Assigns

Activities:

  1. Discuss Project C
  2. Complete Project C Simulation Roleplay
  3. Project C Reflection Due Monday

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 3, 2018 at 11:40 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Understand the cause and effect relationship between events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Identify strategies used to fight segregation during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Predict possible future Civil Rights issues, analyze methods used to fight segregation and the major civil rights organizations leading this movement

Bell Ringer:

Review Unit Intro

Activities:

  1. #1 Unit 3 Civil Rights and Social Movements Intro Discussion
  2. Take Unit Pretest
  3. Distribute Playlists and discuss 2/3/4 Assignments:
    • To score a 2:  #1 Unit 3 Civil Rights and Social Movements Intro Discussion, #2 Ch 21 VOC, #3 Ch 21 VOC Quiz and #4 GR:  Brown v. Board Quiz
    • To score a 3:  What’s Up Doc? Brown v. Board Political Cartoon  
    • To score a 4:   Civil Rights CLS Assign
  4. First assignments due Friday 2 pm.

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze the role of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, sit-ins and Freedom Rides and Project C on the development of the March on Washington in 1963.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Examining Civil Disobedience Discussion

Activities:

  1. Review Discussion
  2. Work on Project C Background Assignment (in groups)
  3. Submit Assign 1 per group by end of class