American History 9A

Wednesday 11/20

6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

6.2.3 Domestic Impact of WWI- Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on growth of the government...the expansion of the economy, the restriction of civil liberties...and the expansion of women’s suffrage.

6.2.4 Wilson and His Opponents- Explain how Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” differed from proposals by others, including French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate of the Versailles Treaty, US participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical tension that continued to affect Europe.

LT- I can explain the new countries and new weapons for WWI.

1.  Chapter 11 Test with a notecard

2.  WWI before and after key and comparison paper due tomorrow first thing.

Tuesday 11/19

6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

6.2.3 Domestic Impact of WWI- Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on growth of the government...the expansion of the economy, the restriction of civil liberties...and the expansion of women’s suffrage.

6.2.4 Wilson and His Opponents- Explain how Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” differed from proposals by others, including French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate of the Versailles Treaty, US participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical tension that continued to affect Europe.

LT- I can explain the new countries and new weapons for WWI

1.  Chapter 11 Test tomorrow, you get this hour to fill out your note card.  (It must be turned in by the end of the hour to use it on the test tomorrow.)

2.  Continue working on the before and after WWI map

***Separate key on a separate piece of paper  and color the map (15 points)

***100+ word comparison ( word count 1 point)

***Introductory and concluding paragraphs (4 points)

***Comparison and contrast of before and after map (5 similiar and 5 differences) (10 points)

Monday 11/18

6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

6.2.3 Domestic Impact of WWI- Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on growth of the government...the expansion of the economy, the restriction of civil liberties...and the expansion of women’s suffrage.

6.2.4 Wilson and His Opponents- Explain how Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” differed from proposals by others, including French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate of the Versailles Treaty, US participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical tension that continued to affect Europe.

LT- I can explain the new countries and new weapons for WWI

1.  Chapter 11 Lecture

2.  Before and after WWI map

***Separate key on a separate piece of paper  and color the map (15 points)

***100+ word comparison ( word count 1 point)

***Introductory and concluding paragraphs (4 points)

***Comparison and contrast of before and after map (5 similiar and 5 differences) (10 points)


Friday 11/15

6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

LT- I can define the Selective Service Act and its purpose.


1.  Continue going over Chapter 11 outline

2.   Selective Service Propaganda (Due end of the hour on Friday.)

***Choose a branch in the military and create your own Selective Service Poster

***Must be turned in by the end of the hour.

Monday 11/11

Thursday 11/14

6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

LT- I can define the Selective Service Act and its purpose.


1.  Continue going over Chapter 11 outline

2.   Selective Service Propaganda (Due end of the hour on Friday.)

***Choose a branch in the military and create your own Selective Service Poster

Monday 11/11

Wednesday 11/13

6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

LT- I can define the Selective Service Act and its purpose.


1.  15 minutes to go over the first two pages of the outline

2.  Introduce Selective Service Act and read related article

***"A Picture is worth a thousand words."  Explain this quote

***Tone/mood/sympathy/empathy

***Show examples of the time period 

***Show student samples

***Choose a branch in the military and create your own Selective Service Poster

Monday 11/11

6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

6.2.3 Domestic Impact of WWI- Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on growth of the government...the expansion of the economy, the restriction of civil liberties...and the expansion of women’s suffrage.

6.2.4 Wilson and His Opponents- Explain how Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” differed from proposals by others, including French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate of the Versailles Treaty, US participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical tension that continued to affect Europe.

LT- I can explain Trenchwarfare.

****Remembrance Day (11 November) is a national holiday in France and Belgium. It commemorates the armistice signed between the Allies and Germany at Compiègne, France, for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front, which took effect at 11:00 am—the "eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month."

1,  Trenchwarfare

2.  Work on Chapter 11 outline

Friday 11/8


6.2.2 WWI- Explain the causes of WWI, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry in the war, and America’s role in shaping the course of the war.

6.2.3 Domestic Impact of WWI- Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on growth of the government...the expansion of the economy, the restriction of civil liberties...and the expansion of women’s suffrage.

6.2.4 Wilson and His Opponents- Explain how Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” differed from proposals by others, including French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate of the Versailles Treaty, US participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical tension that continued to affect Europe.

LT- I can explain what caused the US to join WWI.

DRESS WARM FOR MONDAY-TRENCH WARFARE
1. Chapter 11 pre-test
2. Work on your Chapter 11 outline

Thursday 11/7

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 reasons.
LT- I can name two countries that the US was interested in and give to imperialistic reason for the their interest.
1. Chapter 10 Test
2. Begin Chapter 11 outline

Wednesday 11/6

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 reasons.
LT- I can name two countries that the US was interested in and give to imperialistic reason for the their interest.
1. Finish Lecture (first and third hours)
2. In it to win it!

3. Fourth and Fifth hours turn in your pre-quiz
***Exchange
4 In it to win it.

Tuesday 11/5

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 reasons.
LT- I can name two countries that the US was interested in and give to imperialistic reason for the their interest.
1. Turn in homework from Friday
2. Define imperialism and list the reasons
3. Pass back papers
4. Chapter 10 Lecture
5. Create your own quiz (15 questions)
***5 fill in
***5 matching
***5 multiple choice
***5 true or false
***Separate answer key
6. Chapter 10 Test Thursday

Monday 11/4

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 reasons.
LT- I can name two countries that the US was interested in and give to imperialistic reason for the their interest.
1. Turn in homework from Friday
2. Define imperialism and list the reasons
3. Pass back papers
4. Chapter 10 Lecture
4. Create your own quiz
***5 fill in
***5 matching
***5 multiple choice
***5 true or false
***Separate answer key
6. Chapter 10 Test Thursday

Friday 11/1

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can explain the Roosevelt Corallary.
1. Read The Roosevelt Corollary and Latin then answer the question on the google form below.
3.  Once you have submitted the google form, go grab a close reading on the Spanish American War
4.  John Green on Imperialism if time allows and it is extra credit.
***10 notes

Thursday 10/31

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 of the reasons.
1. Define imperialism and list the reasons
2. Finish Imperial Presentations
***If you are using google docs, both writings need to be on one doc and there needs to be a word count.  (200+ words for each one)
***HIghlight the 4+ reasons in you paper
3.  Notes per group
***give the 4 for each country presented
4.  Chapter 10 outline-Due at the end of the hour tomorrow

Wednesday 10/30

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 of the reasons.
1. Define imperialism and list the reasons
2. Imperialism project Presentations
***If you are using google docs, both writings need to be on one doc and there needs to be a word count.  (200+ words for each one)
***HIghlight the 4+ reasons in you paper
3.  Notes per group
***give the 4 for each country presented
4.  Imperialism review
5.  Work on your outline

Tuesday 10/29

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 of the reasons.
1. 20 to edit and fix your project so it's ready for tomorrow
2 Define imperialism and list the reasons
3. Chapter 10 outline
4. Imperialism project DUE TOMORROW
***If you are using google docs, both writings need to be on one doc and there needs to be a word count.  (200+ words for each one)
***HIghlight the 4+ reasons in you paper

Monday 10/28

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 of the reasons.
1. Define imperialism and list the reasons
***If you are using google docs, both writings need to be on one doc and there needs to be a word count.  (200+ words for each one)
***HIghlight the 4+ reasons in you paper
3.  Meet with every group to go over the rubric

Thursday 10/24

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

LT- I can define imperialism and list 7 of the reasons.
1. Define imperialism and list the reasons
***If you are using google docs, both writings need to be on one doc and there needs to be a word count.  (200+ words for each one)
***HIghlight the 4+ reasons in you paper

Wednesday 10/23

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories...acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America’s global influence and redefining its foreign policy

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.4

Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary describing political, social, or economic aspects of history/social science.

LT- I can define imperialism and give three reasons the United States became an imperialistic nation.

1. Chapter 9 Review

2. Chapter 9 Test

3. Using the book, define imperialism and give 9 reasons the United States turned to imperialism

4. What is a mnemonic device?

***Define as a class and give examples

5. Come up with your own mnemonic device to help remember the nine reasons for imperialism.

Tuesday 10/22

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)

LT- I can explain the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th amendments,
1.  Finish the chapter 9 lecture
2.  Test tomorrow

Monday 10/21

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)

LT- I can explain how The Jungle helped start the Pure Food and Drug Act.
1.  Define Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman Antitrust Act and 17th amendment in three words or less. 
***On a separate sheet of paper.
2. Chapter 9 lecture

Friday 10/18

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)
LT- I can explain why there were those opposed to women getting suffrage.
1.  Turn in The Jungle journal
2.  Anti-Suffrage Close Reading
***After looking at the documents, respond to the following question.

Do you believe the documents have valid points?  Explain your position and back it up with valid points.

Thursday 10/17

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)
LT- I can explain why there were those opposed to women getting suffrage.
1.  Turn in your note card and poster
2.  Anti-Suffrage Close Reading
3.  Reading of the Jungle
***Journal-How has the Meat Packing Act and Pure Food and Drug Act impacted the way things are done today?  Find a current article law or article that supports the progressive movement.

Wednesday 10/16

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)
LT- I can explain why there were those opposed to women getting suffrage.
1.  FInish your notecard/poster and turn it in
2.  Anti-Suffrage Close Reading

Tuesday 10/15

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)

LT- I can define my topic and create a picture that represents it.
`1. Turn in your chapter 9 outline

2. Poster/Note card assignment
***You will be given a notecard. On one side you will put the term assigned to you and on the back you will define your term.
***On construction, you will put the title at the top of your paper and draw a picture that represents your topic/term
***It must be colored and grammatically correct.
***On the back you will put the definition

Monday 10/14

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)

LT- I can define my topic and create a picture that represents it.
1.  Turn in your chapter 9 outline
2.  Share your John Green google slides with me.
3. Poster/Note card assignment
***You will be given a notecard. On one side you will put the term assigned to you and on the back you will define your term.
***On construction, you will put the title at the top of your paper and draw a picture that represents your topic/term
***It must be colored and grammatically correct.
***On the back you will put the definition
Friday 10/11

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)

LT- I can list two people and two results that happened during the Progressive Era.
1.  John Green Progressive Era
***10 facts
***5 google slides
    ***Title slide with your name(s)
    ***two slides  with topic and picture
    ***two slides that have to topics definition 
***due by the end of the hour
***Send to mjolley@croslex.org (subject line:  Both last names, Progressive Era)
2.  Chapter 9 outline due Monday.
Thursday 10/10

6.3.2 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform – Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas • major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments • new regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)

LT- I can list two people and two results that happened during the Progressive Era.
1.  Work on Chapter 9 outline

Wednesday 10/9

6.1.3.2  Urbanization - the growth of cities linked by industry and trade

6.1.3.3 Urbanization - the development of cities divided by race, ethnicity, and class

LT- I can explain the outcome to Plessy v Ferguson.
1. Turn in pre-quz and then exchange it when you get it back. Make sure you teach your partner what they missed.
2. 10 minutes to study
2. Chapter 8 test
3. Chapter 9 outline

Tuesday 10/8

6.1.3.2  Urbanization - the growth of cities linked by industry and trade

6.1.3.3 Urbanization - the development of cities divided by race, ethnicity, and class

LT- I can explain the outcome to Plessy v Ferguson.
1. Turn in Du Bois and Washington close reading assignment
2 Chapter 8 lecture
3 Create your own quiz
***5 fill in
***5 matching
***5 multiple choice
***5 true or false
***Separate answer key
4. Test tomorrow

Monday 10/7

6.1.3.2  Urbanization - the growth of cities linked by industry and trade

6.1.3.3 Urbanization - the development of cities divided by race, ethnicity, and class

Standard:  Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

LT- I can explain the different approaches that Washington and DuBois took for equality of blacks.

1.  Turn in your chapter 8 outlines

2.  Finish 'Hi I am.." project

3.  Booker T. Washington and WEB DuBois primary source close reading and graphic organizer.

***Read each article and list 10 word you do not know and define them on the back.

***Come up and show me before moving onto the next step

Friday 10/4

6.1.3.2  Urbanization - the growth of cities linked by industry and trade

6.1.3.3 Urbanization - the development of cities divided by race, ethnicity, and class

Standard:  Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

LT- I can find a person in modern times that is comparable to the "Hi I am..person".


1. You will create a google slide presentation of your person
***Title slide (1pt)
***5-7 facts about your person(5pts)
***One slide will be a complete explanation of your persons significance in history. It must be an analysis with proof.(5pts)
***3 pictures (3pts)
***Synthesis of your person. (You must find a modern day person that would be comparable to the person you are researching.) You much then write a justification of how and why this person is comparable to your historical figure with proof of evidence. (5pts)
***Grammatically correct (1pt)
Total for this quiz grade is 20pts
2. Present your person
3. Chapter 8 outline due Monday

Thursday 10/3

6.1.3.2  Urbanization - the growth of cities linked by industry and trade

6.1.3.3 Urbanization - the development of cities divided by race, ethnicity, and class

Standard:  Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

LT- I can find a person in modern times that is comparable to the "Hi I am..person".

1. Hi, I am...
***Note Card with the name of the person you will become.
***Research your person
***Three facts (can't use date of birth)
***Must explain why you are known in history
***Come explain their significance in history
2. You will create a google slide presentation of your person
***Title slide (1pt)
***5-7 facts about your person(5pts)
***One slide will be a complete explanation of your persons significance in history. It must be an analysis with proof.(5pts)
***3 pictures (3pts)
***Synthesis of your person. (You must find a modern day person that would be comparable to the person you are researching.) You much then write a justification of how and why this person is comparable to your historical figure with proof of evidence. (5pts)
***Grammatically correct (1pt)
Total for this quiz grade is 20pts
2. Chapter 8 outline due on Monday

Wednesday 10/2

6.1.3.2  Urbanization - the growth of cities linked by industry and trade

6.1.3.3 Urbanization - the development of cities divided by race, ethnicity, and class

LT- I can explain two changes that took place in cities during this time.

1. Chapter 8 outline

Tuesday 10/1

6.3.1 Social Issues- Describe at least three significant problems or issues created by America’s industrial and urban transformation between 1895 and 1930 (e.g., urban and rural poverty and blight, child labor, immigration, political corruption, public health, poor working conditions, and monopolies.)

LT- I can list the four things immigrants needed to enter the US.
1. Turn in your pre-quiz
2. Study
3. Take someone else's quiz and teach them what they go wrong
4. Chapter 7 Quiz
5. Begin chapter 8 outline

Monday 9/30


6.3.1 Social Issues- Describe at least three significant problems or issues created by America’s industrial and urban transformation between 1895 and 1930 (e.g., urban and rural poverty and blight, child labor, immigration, political corruption, public health, poor working conditions, and monopolies.)

LT- I can list the four things immigrants needed to enter the US.

1. Chapter 7 lecture
***QUIZ will be on tomorrow so take good notes.
2 Create your own quiz ON PAPER
***5 fill in
***5 matching
***5 multiple choice
***5 true or false
***Separate answer key

6.3.1 Social Issues- Describe at least three significant problems or issues created by America’s industrial and urban transformation between 1895 and 1930 (e.g., urban and rural poverty and blight, child labor, immigration, political corruption, public health, poor working conditions, and monopolies.)

LT- I can explain the 4 items needed by immigrants, in order, to enter the US

1. Turn chapter 7 outline
2. Primary Sources and their importance

6.3.1 Social Issues- Describe at least three significant problems or issues created by America’s industrial and urban transformation between 1895 and 1930 (e.g., urban and rural poverty and blight, child labor, immigration, political corruption, public health, poor working conditions, and monopolies.)

LT- I can explain the 4 items needed by immigrants, in order, to enter the US.
1. 20 minutes to work on your outline.
2. The importance of reading for knowledge.
4. Socrative quiz over the reading
5. Finish up your outline, it is due tomorrow

Wednesday 9/25

6.3.1 Social Issues- Describe at least three significant problems or issues created by America’s industrial and urban transformation between 1895 and 1930 (e.g., urban and rural poverty and blight, child labor, immigration, political corruption, public health, poor working conditions, and monopolies.)

LT- I can define my concept and relate it to a visual I create.
1. Work on your chapter 7 outline
DUE Friday

Tuesday 9/24

6.1.2.1 Labor’s Response to Industrial Growth - Development of organized labor, including the Knights of Labor, American Federation of Labor, and the United Mine Workers

6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.

LT- I can list three ways owners and workers came to an agreement.


1.  Triangle Shirtwaist Video
2.  Chapter 6 Test tomorrow
3.  Begin Chapter 7 outline

Monday 9/23

Learning Target:  I can name three inventors and their inventions that impacted the United States.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.


1. Chapter 6 lecture

2. Chapter 6 Test tomorrow

Friday 9/20

Learning Target:  I can list two inventor during the Industrial Revolution and the inventions impact on society then and today.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.

1. First hour John Green on Industrial Revolution rating chart.

2. Industrial Revolution Project presentations

Thursday 9/19

Learning Target:  I can list two inventor during the Industrial Revolution and the inventions impact on society then and today.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.

1. Share your inventor paper and your presentation with me. Make sure it has a word count and everyone's names on the project.

2. Presentation/notes

3. Choose the invention that you feel will be the most successful.

Wednesday 9/18

Learning Target:  I can list two inventor during the Industrial Revolution and the inventions impact on society then and today.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.

1. Turn in your outline

2. Work on your Industrial Revolution project-DUE tomorrow.

***Presentations tomorrow!


Tuesday 9/17

Learning Target:  I can list two inventor during the Industrial Revolution and the inventions impact on society then and today.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.


CONSTITUTION DAY!


1. 15 minutes to work on your outline-DUE tomorrow

2. Work on your Industrial Revolution project- Due date has changed to 9/19

***You will be presenting and turning in your project Thursday 9/19

***This was assigned on 9/13, so you have had plenty of time in class and out of class to get this done.

3. Chapter 6 Test will be Monday

Monday 9/16

Learning Target:  I can list two inventor during the Industrial Revolution and the inventions impact on society then and today.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.

1. Review the Rubric and READ EVERYTING ON THIS AGENDA. (Be good for the sub.)

***EVERYONE needs to take 10 minutes to take notes on their inventor and then be able to write in their own words why/how their inventor revolutionized the world. Then start working on the paper. (250+words)

***Divide up the jobs, some writing about the inventor. Be sure to share the paper with EVERYONE in your group, so everyone can add and edit.

***Take 5 mniutes to create a google slide and share it with EVERYONE. Create an invention that will revolutionize the world. Be sure to be creative. FOLLOW the rubric. This is DUE on Wednesday!

Friday 9/13

Learning Target:  I can list two inventor during the Industrial Revolution and the inventions impact on society then and today.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.

  1. Take a couple of minutes to review states and capitals using the link from Tuesday.

  2. States and capital Quiz

  3. Industrial Revolution Project/topics

Thursday 9/12

Learning Target:  I can list two inventor during the Industrial Revolution and the inventions impact on society then and today.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.

  1. Take a couple of minutes to review states and capitals using the link from Tuesday.

  2. States and capital Quiz tomorrow

  3. Chapter 6 outline

  4. Industrial Revolution Project/topics

Wednesday 9/11

Learning Target:  I can name three inventors and their inventions that impacted the United States.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.


***SOS schedule and lunch study hall.


****9/11 Remembered

  1. Turn in your States and Capitals

  1. Use the link from yesterday to review and practice.

  2. **Who can get the highest score?

  1. Play for 5 minutes.

  2. Begin Chapter 6 outline ***Download the book. USE the book.


Tuesday 9/10

Learning Target:  I can name three inventors and their inventions that impacted the United States.

State Standard(s): 6.1 Growth of an Industrial and Urban America Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.


1. Turn in your wesward movement notes and share your google slide with me right now.

2. Work on your states and capital assigment. (separate sheet of paper number it from 1-50. Match the numbers with the names of the states and be sure to put the state capital next to the state too.)

***If you are done, turn it in.

3. States and capital review link

States and Capital #2

4.  Begin working on chapter 6 outline.

5.  States and capital quiz on Friday


Monday 9/9

Learning Target:  I can list three events from the Westward Expansion.

***I can list three event from the Reconstruction Period.

State Standard(s):  HSCES  F1.2 Using the American Revolution, the creation and adoption of the Constitution, and the Civil War as touchstones, develop an argument/narrative about the changing character of American political society and the roles of key individuals across cultures in prompting/supporting the change

       1.  John Green Westward expansion

***Watch it and take down 10 facts

ASSIGNMENT

   *** Title page with names on it

   ***5-7 facts and pictures   

***One slide with the picture and term

***Second slide with have the term and one to two sentences to explain the concep

     2. Work on States and Capitals

Thursday 9/5

Learning Target:  I will be able to list three problems that developed between the North and South.

State Standard(s): HSCES  F1.2 Using the American Revolution, the creation and adoption of the Constitution, and the Civil War as touchstones, develop an argument/narrative about the changing character of American political society and the roles of key individuals across cultures in prompting/supporting the change



  1. Pre-Civil War review (with partners one sheet filled in per group)

  2. Lecture and fill in as we go along

  3. Turn in for participation grade (all or nothing)

  4. John Green on Reconstruction- 10 notes from the video

     5..  States and Capitals color and label (ITA)

            a. on a separate sheet of paper number 1-50. Create a key to match the number and include state and capital.

Wednesday 9/4

Learning Target:  I will understand the basic information needed to become a citizen of the US.

State Standard(s):  K1.6 Analyze events and circumstances from the vantage point of others



https://sites.google.com/a/croslex.org/clhs-bookstore/


  1. Share journal

  2. In a group of 4, create a list of your top 10 now that you have listened and thought more on it. Be sure to put everyones name on it and turn it in.

  3. Citizenship Test (partners)

  4. Review Colonial Period to Civil War review

  5.  Pre-Civil War info.pd

Tuesday 9/3

https://tinyurl.com/AH9S12019-20

Learning Target:  I can understand different ideas and perceptions.

State Standard(s):  K1.6 Analyze events and circumstances from the vantage point of others

  1. Seating Chart/Attendance

  2. Handbook Coverage Day One

    3.  Intro-Self

    4.  Syllabus/Expectation

    5.  Note card

    6. History and differing perspectives and their impact

    7.  Citizenship Journal #1

        ***What qualities do you believe makes a good citizen of the United States? (You must use complete

sentences, have examples with explanations justifying your choices, and it must be a minimum of 50+ words.

Be sure to count the words and circle them at the top of your paper.)