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The Century Video: "Unpinned" (29:30- 43:00)
THINGS, TIMES, PEOPLE, PLACE Activity
after you complete your notes label each #term as a TTPP. Create a >3 sentence paragraph relating at least 3 terms from below:
__1. War of attrition
__3. Que Son
__5. Blue collar vs white collar kids
__6. Tet Offensive
__7. March 31, 1968
__8. April 1968
__9. Robert Kennedy
__10. Democratic convention
1. Include at 4 vocabulary terms from Chapter 20 Section 2
2. In the center of the circle add an ESSENTIAL QUESTION that represents US Involvement and Escalation.
3. Write 2 of the most important facts you learned about this section for each of the 5 categories in the outer boxes in >10 word sentences along with the page or site where you found the information.
4. For each category post/draw a picture to go with each section that reflects your 2 sentences.
5. Your project must have a creative title and an essential question about what Chapter 22 Section 2 in the center of the diagram.
1st amendment in college
40 million citizens
Selma to Montgomery, Alabama
*The Unit Logo is any picture or symbol that represents your card theme. This should be different on all six cards.
*For the rating bars color in the boxes up to the rating you would give. A 10 means the world would not exist without it. A 1 means the world wouldn’t change at all without it.
SAM COOKE - A Change is Gonna Come
Choose 3 of the 5 stanzas to connect what we are learning in Chapter 19 section 4.
Highlight or underline a part of a paragraph and explain its importance to plight of minority Americans in the 1950's
DUE TODAY WEDNESDAY 2/26
White shield highways
Opana mobile radio station
Changing Ways of Life
PRIMARY SOURCE Political Cartoon INTERNET PROJECT
1.ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE CARTOON
2. CREATE A "TTPP" CHART USING TERMS OR IMAGES FROM THE POLITICAL CARTOON ON THE 18TH AMENDMENT.
TITLE AND IMAGE
time things people places
1 1 1 1
5 5 5
3. Connect at least 3 sets of TTPPs with different colored lines.
Write a paragraph 4 sentences using your terms from your TTPP notes underlining key terms.
THE FIRST WORLD WAR day 2
The Century video: Shell Shock (8:55)
Building Vocabulary The First World War (Any vocabulary not used MUST be defined on the movie notes page)
Guided Reading World War I Begins
10 words per sentence
History Channel video: Causes of the Great War
THE FIRST WORLD WAR
The Century video: Shell Shock
England France Russia Austria
Massacre of the innocents
Other side of the ocean
History Channel video: Causes of the Great War
Chapter 10 Review Packet
Chapter 10 Section 4 America as a World Power pg 359
Use the terms below to Explain the Spanish-American War in a (5 scene) comic strip with downloaded images.
2 People, 2 things, and 2 places show detail.
1. American business owners
2. José Martí
3. Valeriano Weyler
4. Yellow journalism
5. De Lôme letter
6. U.S.S. Maine
8. Puerto Rico
The United States Look Overseas
1898, USS Maine, Rough Riders
Owning colonies, Filipinos,
In what areas of the Pacific Ocean does the United States first become involved in overseas issues?
Why did some people object to the Spanish-American war?The Century Video 4:30-10:20
Chapter 10 America Claims an Emiprie
America Claims an Empire
GUIDED READING Imperialism and America
Brainpop video: Bull Moose
1. GUIDED READING
Progressivism Under Taft
2. Main Idea Questions:
A-C pgs. 328-331
3. Presidents Video Notes: Taft (37:00-end)
Philippines, Nelly, Supreme Court Justice, Weight
President’s job, Best friends, Bull Moose Party,
Chapter 9 Section 2&3 Women in Public Life/Teddy Roosevelt's Square Deal
GUIDED READING Women in Public Life
Industrial growth Corruption
Monopolies Working conditions
Trusts Square deal
Suffrage Woodrow Wilson
The Presidents Video: James K Polk
Servant of the people
Terms and Names pg 138 (10 word definition)
Guided Reading and Reteaching Activity worksheet
Forrest Gump Timeline Activity
Match the following letters representing events in the life of Forrest Gump to their corresponding year on the timeline below
A) Invests in Apple Computers
B) Elvis Presley sings and dances to "Hound Dog" on live TV
C) Visits Communist China with the US ping pong team
D) Jenny is sick and lives with Forrest
E) Forrest enters the Vietnam War
F) Meets Pres. Nixon exposes the Watergate Scandal
G) HIV/AIDS Outbreak
H) Discovers his talent for ping pong
I) Desegregation of University of Alabama
J) Meets John Lennon on a talk show
K) Meet President Johnson and receives Congressional Medal of Honor
L) Forrest hip dances for a young boarder at the Gump House
M) Birth of BubbaGump Shrimp Company
N) Named to the All-American Team gets to meet President Kennedy
O) Runs across the United States for 2 years
P) Forrest saves several members of his platoon
52’ 56’ 61’ 63’ 66’ 67’ 68’ 69’ 70’ 71’ 72’ 74’ 76’ 77’ 80’ 81’
US History Final-Benchmark #3 Student Review Worksheet
US History Semester 1 Group Presentation
Due Monday Dec. 17 for 30 points
The entire group will receive the same grade using the following scale:
10 points possible for the Recorder
10 points possible for the (2) Researchers
10 points possible for the Presenter
Recorder must create a timeline including 6 events from their group's assigned section including a minimum of four 2in. x 2in. pictures. Each event must contain at least 2 sentences (10 or more words long) and an underlined vocabulary word.
Researchers 1 and 2 must create a color coordinated ROY G BIV crossword puzzle (one each), and a corresponding answer key (both must reflect strong NEAT effort ). The 15 word bank provided on the backside of the Xword will identify vocabulary terms according 3 categories: People, Documents, & Events.
The presenter must explain the main Idea of the of their section broken into 3-5 sub parts during a class presentation that lasts from 90 seconds minimum to 2 minutes maximum.
GEOGRAPHY APPLICATION: MOVEMENT
The Great Depression Takes Its Toll
GUIDED READING Hardship and Suffering During the Depression
Hardship and Suffering During the Depression
Letter from a Dust Bowl Survivor
Homework RETEACHING ACTIVITY Hardship and Suffering During the Great Depression
Hardship and Suffering During the Great Depression
The Nation's Sick Economy
Complete AMERICAN LIVES Alfred E. Smith (?s 1-3)
Text Book Main Idea Questions: A-E & 2 (pgs. 465-471)
Brainpop video: The Great Depression
History Channel video: Dust Storms Strike America http://goo.gl/egy4k
Youtube video:The Great Depression
These are the URLs of the videos we saw in class Friday 11-2-12
The attached files were classwork:
412-418 Summary Reading, Report on the Steel Strike, and Justice denied in Massachusetts.
The attached files are homework to be answered on one sheet of paper:
Ch12sec1 Guided Reading, Ch12sec1 Reteaching Activity
11.2.7 Analyze the similarities and differences between the ideologies of Social Darwinism and Social Gospel (e.g., biographies of William Graham Sumner, Billy Sunday, Dwight L. Moody).
Use the style of Thinking Map @ http://goo.gl/z7MVL.
Label each center bubble with the individuals name, then use evidence from your reading to fill in each bubble with a sentence of at least 10 words, no more than 20 to complete the above task.
1. http://goo.gl/z0Lvr compare and contrast ideology to #2
2. http://goo.gl/TlA5R compare and contrast ideology to #1
11.2.2 Describe the changing landscape, including the growth of cities linked by industry and trade; the development of cities divided according to race, ethnicity, and class.
Identify the 5 Ws & H (who, what, when where, why & how)
Elaborate on the topic using 3 of the six cards provided.
3. http://goo.gl/Zl7JD Read the first paragraph.