American History 9B

Wednesday

9.2.1 US in the Post-Cold War World- Explain the role of the US as a super-power in the post-Cold War world, including advantages, disadvantages, and new challenges

LT- I can recognize 10 events from Forrest Gump that we covered during AH9.

1.  Exam Review

2.  Forrest Gump

Tuesday 6/5

9.2.1 US in the Post-Cold War World- Explain the role of the US as a super-power in the post-Cold War world, including advantages, disadvantages, and new challenges

LT- I can explain my year and the key events that took place during this time period.

1.  Share A Span of Years project

***Gallery walk

***Fill in the interest chart as you rotate through the gallery

Monday 6/4

9.2.1 US in the Post-Cold War World- Explain the role of the US as a super-power in the post-Cold War world, including advantages, disadvantages, and new challenges

LT- I can explain my year and the key events that took place during this time period.

1.  Work on and finish A Span of Years project

***due tomorrow

Friday 6/1

9.1.2.1  Transformation of American Politics - growth of the conservative movement in national politics, including the Ronald Reagan

9.1.2.2  Transformation of American Politics - role of evangelical religion in national politics

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesibans

9.1.2.3 Transformation of American Politics- intensification of partisanship

9.2.2. 9/11 and Responses to Terrorism- Analyze how the attacks on 9/11 and the response to terrorism have altered American domestic and international policies

9.2.1 US in the Post-Cold War World- Explain the role of the US as a super-power in the post-Cold War world, including advantages, disadvantages, and new challenges

8.2.1 Demographic Changes- Use population data to produce and analyze maps that show the major changes in population distribution, spatial patterns, and density, including the Baby Boom, new immigration, suburbanization, reverse migration of African American to the South, and the flow of population to the “Sunbelt.”

LT- I can explain events under Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush.

1.  Chapter 25 and 26 Test

2.  Begin working on A Span of Years project

Thursday 5/31

9.1.2.1  Transformation of American Politics - growth of the conservative movement in national politics, including the Ronald Reagan

9.1.2.2  Transformation of American Politics - role of evangelical religion in national politics

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesibans

9.1.2.3 Transformation of American Politics- intensification of partisanship

9.2.2. 9/11 and Responses to Terrorism- Analyze how the attacks on 9/11 and the response to terrorism have altered American domestic and international policies

9.2.1 US in the Post-Cold War World- Explain the role of the US as a super-power in the post-Cold War world, including advantages, disadvantages, and new challenges

8.2.1 Demographic Changes- Use population data to produce and analyze maps that show the major changes in population distribution, spatial patterns, and density, including the Baby Boom, new immigration, suburbanization, reverse migration of African American to the South, and the flow of population to the “Sunbelt.”

LT- I can explain events under Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush.

1.  Chapter 25 & 26 Lecture

2.  Span of Year project

3.  Test tomorrow

Wednesday 5/30

Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT- I can explain the significance of three events from the song We Didn't Start the Fire.

LT- I can explain two key events under Reagan, Bush, Clinton, and Bush's administration.

1.  FInish the We Didn't Start the FIre presentations.

***Fill out your I know/I didn't know chart

2.  Begin Chapter 25 & 26 Lecture

3.  Exit slip


Tuesday 5/29

Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT- I can explain the significance of three events from the song We Didn't Start the Fire.

1.  10 minutes to perfect your presentation

2.  Present the terms from We Didn't Start the Fire

***What you know and what you didn't


Friday 5/25

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT- I can explain how music can explain historical events.

1.  We Didn't Start the Fire

***Number and take notes

2.  We Didn't Start the Fire Project

Thursday 5/24

9.1.2.1  Transformation of American Politics - growth of the conservative movement in national politics, including the Ronald Reagan

9.1.2.2  Transformation of American Politics - role of evangelical religion in national politics

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesibans

LT- I can explain three events under Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.

1.  Elimination game (Three strikes and you are out!)

2.  Participation point activity!

3.  We DIdn't Start the Fire Project

Wednesdy 5/23

9.1.2.1  Transformation of American Politics - growth of the conservative movement in national politics, including the Ronald Reagan

9.1.2.2  Transformation of American Politics - role of evangelical religion in national politics

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesibans

LT- I can explain three events under Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.

1.  Finish your president chart

***Create a minimum of 10 questions for tomorrow Elimination game.

2.  Chapter 25 and 26 outline due tomorrow

Tuesday 5/22

9.1.2.1  Transformation of American Politics - growth of the conservative movement in national politics, including the Ronald Reagan

9.1.2.2  Transformation of American Politics - role of evangelical religion in national politics

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesibans

LT- I can explain three events under Ronald Reagan.

1.  Work on Chapter 25 & 26 outline

2.  Presidents Graphic Organizer

***List every president from 1980-2000

***List and explain events that happened under each ones administration.


Monday 5/21

9.1.2.1  Transformation of American Politics - growth of the conservative movement in national politics, including the Ronald Reagan

9.1.2.2  Transformation of American Politics - role of evangelical religion in national politics

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesibans

LT- I can explain three events under Ronald Reagan.

1.  Work on Chapter 25 & 26 outline

Friday 5/18

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT- I can explain the series of events surrounding the Watergate Scandal.

1. 10 minutes to study for test

2.  Chapter 24 Test

3.  Begin working on chapter 25 & 26 outline

Thursday 5/17

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT- I can explain the series of events surrounding the Watergate Scandal.

1.  FInish the Chapter 24 lecture
2.  Chapter 24 Test tomorrow
3.  Create a handwritten quiz (15 questions)
***Three different types of questions (Multiple Choice, True or False, Fill in, Matching)
***Create a separate answer key
Due tomorrow

Wednesday 5/16

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT- I can explain the series of events surrounding the Watergate Scandal.

1.  Watch explanation on impeachment.

2.  8-10 minute reading on Nixon and Watergate

3.  Reading questions

4.  Correct and turn in

5.  Pass back papers and Chapter 24 outline

6.  Begin Chapter 24 lecture

7.  Test on Friday

Tuesday 5/15

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT- I can justify my stance on the Nixon Administration with solid facts.

1.  Turn in your chapter 24 outline.

2.  With a partner, research Richard Nixon's presidency and create a pro/con chart.

***Then write a 100+ word journal taking a stance on whether he was a good president or a bad president.  You must have solid facts to justify your opinion.

Monday 5/14

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

LT-  I can explain the Watergate Scandal.

1.  Send and share your John Green project from Friday.

2.  Begin working on your chronological event list of the Watergate Scandal

***Must have 15 events/people involved in the Watergate Scandal

***Each event must have a date and an explanation for its importance or involvement

3.  Chapter 24 outline due tomorrow 

Friday 5/11

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

1.  I can explain the Watergate Scandal.

2.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCrxD19DHA8

***Write 15 facts from the video

***Create a pic collage (number the pictures)

***Create a google doc with 2-3 sentences to explain your pictures.(Your numbered pictures must match your numbers on your google doc.)

3.  Send me the pic collage and google doc

4.  If you are done, create a timeline of events for the Watergate Scandal with an explanation and connection to its importance.

Thursday 5/10

8.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze, and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions...environmental movement, women’s rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal

8.1.2.3  Foreign Policy During the Cold War - Evaluate the origins, setbacks, and successes, of the American policy of “containing” the Soviet Union, including direct conflicts within specific world regions, including Germany and Cuba

LT- I can list two events that happened during Nixon's administration.

1.  Poll Everywhere on headlines

2.  Begin chapter 24 outline

Wednesday 5/9

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT- I can list three events during the Vietnam Era.
1.  Chapter 22 Test
2.  Finish your Gulf of Tonkin primary source and turn in
3.  Research the headlines for newspapers from 1960's to 70's.  (No spaces)
***at least 10 headlines

Tuesday 5/8

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT- I can list three events during the Vietnam Era.
1.  Finish Chapter 22 lecture
2.  Gulf of Tonkin Stanford primary source 
3.  Chapter 22 Test tomorrow

Monday 5/7

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT-  I can list three songs from the 1960's that protested society and explain their meaning.

1.  John Green on Vietnam (5th hour)

***15 facts and create a pic collage of facts and pictures to represent the facts

2.  Vietnam Kahoot (ITA) (5th hour)

1.  Go over 10 more concepts for chapter 22 outline (6th hour)

2.  Finish the Protest Song Activity (6th hour)


Friday 5/4

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT-  I can list three songs from the 1960's that protested society and explain their meaning.

1.  Go over 10 more concepts for chapter 22 outline

2.  Finish the Protest Song Activity

3.  Present your project

4.  Vietnam Kahoot (ITA)

Thursday 5/3

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT-  I can list three songs from the 1960's that protested society and explain their meaning.

1.  Go over 10 more concepts for chapter 22 outline

2.  Finish the Protest Song Activity

Wednesday 5/2

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT-  I can list three songs from the 1960's that protested society and explain their meaning.

1.  Check skyward

2.  Pass back chapter 22 outline

3.  Go over first 10 on the outline

4.  1960's Protest Song Activity

***Along with the analysis sheet, you and your group will create a google slide that has a protest song, the protest, tone, and message on it.

Tuesday 5/1

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT- I can list two major events that took place in 1968.

1.  Turn in your Chapter 22 outline
2.  Finish your timeline (Turn in the paper and share the google doc with me before you leave today.)

Monday 4/30

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT- I can list two major events that took place in 1968.

1.  15 minutes to work on chapter 22 outline (DUE TOMORROW)

2.  Continue working on your 1968 timeline

***10 major events (must be social, economical, and political)

***Chronological order

***10 pictures

***GOOGLE DOC must have a complete explanation of the event you put on your timeline and what category it would fall under (political, social, economical)

***Due tomorrow

Friday 4/27

8.1.2.4  Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among American generated by...the Vietnam War (anti-war and countercultural movements)

LT- I can list two major events that took place in 1968.

1.  15 minutes to work on chapter 22

2.  Begin 1968 timeline

***10 major events (must be social, economical, and political)

***Chronological order

***10 pictures

***GOOGLE DOC must have a complete explanation of the event you put on your timeline and what category it would fall under (political, social, economical)

Thursday 4/26

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded- Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latino/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians

8.3.3 Women’s Rights- Analyze the causes and course of the women’s rights movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s (including role of population shifts, birth control, increasing number of women in the workforce, NOW and ERA

LT- I can list three other movements besides the Civil Rights Movement and their goals.

1.  10 minutes to study
2.  Chapter 23 Test
3.  Begin Chapter 22 outline

Wednesday 4/25

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded- Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latino/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians

8.3.3 Women’s Rights- Analyze the causes and course of the women’s rights movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s (including role of population shifts, birth control, increasing number of women in the workforce, NOW and ERA

LT- I can list three other movements besides the Civil Rights Movement and their goals.

1.  Turn in your primary source reading

2.  Pass back chapter 23 outline

3.  Chapter 23 lecture

4.  Watch John Green on the 1960's and take 15 notes.

Tuesday 4/24

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded- Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latino/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians

8.3.3 Women’s Rights- Analyze the causes and course of the women’s rights movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s (including role of population shifts, birth control, increasing number of women in the workforce, NOW and ERA


LT- I can explain the Civil Rights Act of 1964
1.  15 minutes to finish up your protest project
2.  Complete and turn in your chapter 23 outline
3.  Stanford primary source

Monday 4/23

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded- Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latino/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians

8.3.3 Women’s Rights- Analyze the causes and course of the women’s rights movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s (including role of population shifts, birth control, increasing number of women in the workforce, NOW and ERA

LT- I can research another movement and explain why the need for this movement arose.

1.   Protest Movement project

Friday 4/20

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded- Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latino/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians

8.3.3 Women’s Rights- Analyze the causes and course of the women’s rights movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s (including role of population shifts, birth control, increasing number of women in the workforce, NOW and ERA

LT- I can research another movement and explain why the need for this movement arose.

1.  15 minutes for chapter 23 outline

2.  Protest Movement project

Thursday 4/19

8.3.1.2 Civil Rights Movement-Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.4 Civil Rights Expanded- Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latino/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians

8.3.3 Women’s Rights- Analyze the causes and course of the women’s rights movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s (including role of population shifts, birth control, increasing number of women in the work force, NOW and ERA

LT- I can list three more movements that emerged after the Civil Rights Movement.

1.  Chapter 23 outline

Wednesday 4/18

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT-  I can explain the Civil Rights movement and two major Civil Rights leaders and their methods.

1.  Review

2.  Chapter 21 Test

3.  Finish the Kerner reading and google form.


Tuesday 4/17

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT-  I can explain the Civil Rights movement.


1.  Turn in your rough draft and share your paper with me.
2.  Chapter 21 lecture
3.  Kerner Newela reading

Monday 4/16

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT-  I can explain the Civil Rights movement.

1.  The writing project A Long Walk Home.

*** Rough Draft must be done today (MUST BE ON PAPER)

***DUE TOMORROW on Google Doc (follow the rubric instructions)


Friday 4/13

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT-  I can explain the Civil Rights movement.

1.  Discuss the writing project A Long Walk Home.

*** Rough Draft must be done today (MUST BE ON PAPER)



Thursday 4/12

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT-  I can describe two acts of discrimination in the movie The Long Walk Home.

***IF YOU DID NOT TAKE THE CHAPTER 20 TEST, IT HAS TO BE MADE UP BY THURSDAY AFTER SCHOOL!

1.  Discuss the writing project and begin watching A Long Walk Home.

2.  Continue watching The Long Walk Home

Wednesday 4/11

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT-  I can define the words prejudice and discrimination.

***IF YOU DID NOT TAKE THE CHAPTER 20 TEST, IT HAS TO BE MADE UP BY THURSDAY AFTER SCHOOL!

1.  Turn in your 15 notes from the John Green video

2.  Send me your pic collage

3.  On a piece of paper, define prejudice and discrimination.

4.  Discuss the writing project and begin watching A Long Walk Home.

Tuesday 4/10

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT- I can list three events from the Civil Rights Movement and explain them.

1.  Finish up and turn in Chapter 21 outline-DUE at the end of the hour

2.  Watch John Green on the Civil Rights Movement

***Take 15 notes with an explanation

***Create a pic collage with 10 facts and a picture that represents the facts

***Send to mjolley@croslex.org (subject line:  Civil Rights Movement/hour

Monday 4/9

8.3.1.2  Civil Rights Movement - Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions

8.3.1.1 Civil Rights Movement  - protest movements, organizations, and civil actions

8.3.1.4  Civil Rights Movement - resistance to Civil Rights

LT- I can explain the difference between Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education 

1.  Finish Stanford Cold War

2.  Begin Chapter 21 outline

Thursday 3/29

8.1.2.3  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - direct conflicts within specific world regions including Germany and Cuba

8.1.2.6  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - the arms race

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2  Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - evaluating the policy decisions and legislative actionsto meet these challenges

LT- I can list three Cold War events that took place between the United States and the Soviet Union.

1.  Chapter 20 Review
2.  Chapter 20 Test
3.  Stanford Primary Source on Cuban Missile Crisis
4.  Enjoy your Spring Break!

Wednesday 3/28

8.1.2.3  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - direct conflicts within specific world regions including Germany and Cuba

8.1.2.6  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - the arms race

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2  Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - evaluating the policy decisions and legislative actionsto meet these challenges

LT- I can list three Cold War events that took place between the United States and the Soviet Union.

1.  Turn in chapter 20 outline

2.  Chapter 20 lecture

3.  Chapter 20 Test tomorrow

Tuesday 3/27

8.1.2.3  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - direct conflicts within specific world regions including Germany and Cuba

8.1.2.6  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - the arms race

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2  Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - evaluating the policy decisions and legislative actionsto meet these challenges

LT- I can list three events that made the Soviets forerunners in the space race.

1.  Space Race close reading

2.  Socrative questions

3.  Finish up chapter 20 outline.  Due tomorrow

Monday 3/26

8.1.2.3  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - direct conflicts within specific world regions including Germany and Cuba

8.1.2.6  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - the arms race

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2  Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - evaluating the policy decisions and legislative actionsto meet these challenges

LT- I can explain some of the policies and legal issues that emerged during the late 1950's and early 1960's.

1.  Work on chapter 20 due Wednesday

Friday 3/23

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- evaluating policy decisions and legislative actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can explain three changes the 1950's brought to the United States.

1. 10 min study

2.  Chapter 19 Test

3.  FInish up the Pop Culture presentations

4.  Skim through chapter 20 with a partner and write down 10 things that we will be discussing next week.

Thursday 3/22

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- evaluating policy decisions and legislative actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can explain three changes the 1950's brought to the United States.

1.  John Green in the 1950's

***10 notes

2.  Turn in your chapter 19 outline

3.  Chapter 19 lecture

Wednesday 3/21

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- evaluating policy decisions and legislative actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can explain how my research topic became Pop Culture.

1.  Pop Culture presentation

2.  CHAPTER 19 OUTLINE DUE TOMORROW

Tuesday 3/20

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- evaluating policy decisions and legislative actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can explain how my research topic became Pop Culture.

1.  Pop Culture presentation

Monday 3/19

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- evaluating policy decisions and legislative actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can explain how my research topic became Pop Culture.

1.  Share your project with me.

***Meet with everyone and with the rubric.

2.  Continue working on your chapter 19 outline

3.  Begin presentations

Friday 3/16

8.2.2.1 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.2.2.2 Policy Concerning Domestic Issues- evaluating policy decisions and legislative actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can list three challenges Americans faced after WWII.

1.  15 min chapter 19 outline

2.  Continue working on Pop Culture project.  DUE MONDAY

Thursday 3/15

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.1Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources, attending to such features as the date and origin of the information.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.9-10.2.E
Establish and maintain a formal style and objective tone while attending to the norms and conventions of the discipline in which they are writing.
LT- I can find connection between historical events and Pop Culture today.
1.  Work on Pop Culture project.
***MUST BE TYPED 

Wednesday 3/14

8.1.1.2  Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - actions by both countries in the last years of and years following World War II

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.1Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources, attending to such features as the date and origin of the information.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.9-10.2.E
Establish and maintain a formal style and objective tone while attending to the norms and conventions of the discipline in which they are writing.
LT- I can explain the origins of the Cold War and Truman's policies to stop Communism from spreading.
LT- I can find connection between historical events and Pop Culture today.
1.  Newela
***Close reading (SAT skills)
***Reading passage (10 minutes)
***Answer questions (3 min)
***Share with a partner
2.  Go over the Pop Culture rubric
3.  Exit ticket
Why do you think your topic was considered Pop Culture?

Tuesday 3/13

8.1.1.2  Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - actions by both countries in the last years of and years following World War II

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.1Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources, attending to such features as the date and origin of the information.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.9-10.2.E
Establish and maintain a formal style and objective tone while attending to the norms and conventions of the discipline in which they are writing.
LT- I can look at documents written during the Cold War and explain the point of view, main idea/purpose, and the intended audience.
LT- I can find connection between historical events and Pop Culture today.
1.  Cold War Stanford Reading Activity Sheet
***Group share activity
2.  Introduce Pop Culture rubric
***Topic
***Research your topic and create both a written paper with a synthesis and a visual.
***Presenting on Monday

Monday 3/12

8.1.1.1  Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - differences in the civic, ideological, and political values, and the economic and governmental institutions of the U.S. and U.S.S.R.

8.1.1.2  Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - actions by both countries in the last years of and years following World War II

8.1.2.2.  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - the armed struggle with Communism, including the Korean conflict

8.2.2.1 - Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

8.1.2.5 Foreign Policy during the Cold War - indirect (or proxy) confrontations within specific world regions (e.g. Chile, Angola, Iran, and Guatemala)

LT- I can define three examples of the Cold War.

LT- I can define Pop Culture and give an example during the 50's and why they are noteworthy today.

1.  Chapter 18 Review

2.  Chapter 18 Test

3.  Stanford Cold War (SAT skill building)

4.  Pop Culture Project

5.  List three events that you remember from the Cold War.

Friday 3/9

8.1.1.1  Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - differences in the civic, ideological, and political values, and the economic and governmental institutions of the U.S. and U.S.S.R.

8.1.1.2  Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - actions by both countries in the last years of and years following World War II

8.1.2.2.  Foreign Policy during the Cold War - the armed struggle with Communism, including the Korean conflict

LT-  I can explain why Korea was divided into two separate regions.

1.  Finish Chapter 18 Lecture

2.  Newela on Korea

***Sat reading skills

Wednesday 3/7

8.2.2.1 - Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), the Rosenberg's labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

LT- I can explain who the Rosenbergs are and their historical value.
1.  Rosenberg verdicts
2.  Begin Chapter 18 lecture
3.  Test on Friday

Tuesday 3/6

8.2.2.1 - Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), the Rosenberg's labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

LT- I can explain who the Rosenbergs are and their historical value.
1.  The Rosenberg Trial Activity

Monday 3/5

8.2.2.1 - Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

LT- I can explain who Joseph McCarthy is and how the term McCarthyism emerged.
1.  The Red Dot Activity
2.  Finish your chapter 18 outline
***Due tomorrow

Friday 3/2

8.2.2.1 - Policy Concerning Domestic Issues - describing issues challenging Americans such as domestic anticommunism (McCarthyism), labor, poverty, health care, infrastructure, immigration, and the environment

LT- I can explain the main idea behind Duck and Cover.

1.  Watch Duck and Cover

***Answer the questions

2.  Begin working on Chapter 18 outline

Thursday 3/1

8.1.1.1  Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - differences in the civic, ideological, and political values, and the economic and governmental institutions of the U.S. and U.S.S.R.

LT- I can define Cold War and list three examples.

1.  Cold War scavenger (5th hour)

2.  Chapter 17 sec 3 & 4 quiz

3.  Work on Chapter 18 outline

Wednesday 2/28

7.2.2 U.S. and the Course of WWII - Evaluate the role of the U.S. in fighting the war militarily, diplomatically, and technologically across the world (e.g. Germany First strategy, Big Three Alliance, and the development of atomic weapons)

LT- I can explain internment camps and how the US treated Japanese Americans during WWII.

1.  Enola Gay Reading

2.  Truman's Dilemma

3.  Chapter 17 sec 3 & 4 quiz

4.  SAT Reading Test

Tuesday 2/27

7.2.2 U.S. and the Course of WWII - Evaluate the role of the U.S. in fighting the war militarily, diplomatically, and technologically across the world (e.g. Germany First strategy, Big Three Alliance, and the development of atomic weapons)

LT- I can explain the strategy to defeat the Japanese

LT- I can examine my practice SAT reading passage and explain one reason why I got the answer right or the answer wrong.

1.  Turn in your Chapter 17 sec 3 & 4 outline

2.  SAT reading passage practice/go over answers and skills 

***Reading and questions (8 minutes)

***Cover the material and skills

***Tomorrows goals

3.  Chapter 17 sec. 3 & 4 lecture

4.  Chapter 17 sec 3 & 4 quiz tomorrow

5.  Exit ticket:  What was Korematsu vs US?

Monday 2/26

7.2.2 U.S. and the Course of WWII - Evaluate the role of the U.S. in fighting the war militarily, diplomatically, and technologically across the world (e.g. Germany First strategy, Big Three Alliance, and the development of atomic weapons)

LT- I can explain the strategy to defeat the Japanese

1.  Write a 100+ journal for the following prompt.  (Due today)

Discusses how Wiesel's story made you feel.  Be sure to include emotions you felt and/or thoughts and questions that were generated by the story. Be sure to use specific examples from the story to back your claim.
2.  Work on Chapter 17 sec 3&4 outline
***Due tomorrow


Friday 2/23

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain how the Holocaust affected the Jewish people, through Elie Wiesel's eyes.

1.  Night with Oprah
*** Journal:
Discusses how Wiesel's story made you feel.  Be sure to include emotions you felt and/or thoughts and questions that were generated by the story. Be sure to use specific examples from the story to back your claim.


Thursday 2/22

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain why focusing on the European Theatre was more important than the Pacific Theatre when the US entered the war.

1.  European Battle Gallery walk and learn

2.  Pacific Battle Gallery walk and learn

3.  Get with your partner and teach them what you learned

4.  Begin Chapter 17 3 & 4

5.  Exit Slip- What two battles did you learn the most from and why?

Wednesday 2/21

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain explain D-Day in detail.

1.  Chapter 17.1 & 17.2 review

2.  Chapter 17.1 & 17.2 Quiz

3.  Rosie the Riveter and Uncle Sam newsela reading and questions

4.  Work on your battle project which is due tomorrow or Chapter 17.3 & 17.4 outline

Tuesday2/20

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain why focusing on the European Theatre was more important than the Pacific Theatre when the US entered the war.

1. Night

2.  Chapter 17.1 & 17.2 lecture

3.  Chapter 17.1 & 17.2 quiz tomorrow

4.  Work on your battle projects

***Due on Thursday

Thursday 2/15

7.2.2 U.S. and the Course of WWII - Evaluate the role of the U.S. in fighting the war militarily, diplomatically, and technologically across the world (e.g. Germany First strategy, Big Three Alliance, and the development of atomic weapons)

LT-  I can explain a battle from the European Theatre and a battle from the Pacific Theatre.

1.  Night

2.  Turn in your chapter 17 section 1 & 2 outline

3.  European and Pacific Theatre Battle project

***You may work with a partner

Wednesday 2/14

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain what happened to the Mexican population prior to WWII.

1. Night

2. Stanford Primary source close reading activity

***Get with someone and share

3.  Work on Chapter 17 section 1 & 2

Tuesday 2/13

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain what happened to the Mexican population prior to WWII>

1. Stanford Primary source close reading activity

2.  Work on Chapter 17 section 1 & 2

Friday 2/9

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain what happened to the Mexican population prior to WWII>

1. Stanford Primary source close reading activity

2.  Work on Chapter 17 section 1 & 2

Thursday 2/8

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can list five events that took place during WWII.

1.  Night

2.  Work on Chapter 17 sec. 1 & 2

3.  Explanation of tomorrows assignment

Wednesday 2/7

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can list five events that took place during WWII.

1.  5 minutes to finish your pic collage

2.  Night

3.  Begin Chapter 17 sec 1 & 2

Tuesday 2/6

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can list five events that took place during WWII.

1.  Collect European Map

2.  Night

3.  John Green on WWII

***10 facts

***Explain the 10 facts as they relate to WWII

4.  Create a pic collage with the 10 facts 

***Must have a picture to represent the fact and the fact on or by the picture

Friday 2/2

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

LT- I can list and locate ten major European Theatre Battles on a European map.

1. Night

2.  WWII article

3.  Google Form

4.  Finish map

***List of 10 battle and locate them on the map create a key to show their location.


Thursday 2/1
New Web address
https://tinyurl.com/AH9S22018 

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany 

LT- I can explain the actions between Italy, Germany, and the United States as it pretains to their role in WWII.

1.  New website above

2.  Chapter 16 Review

3.  Chapter 16 Test

4.  WWII European Theater map

***Separate sheet of paper for the key

***Color it

Wednesday 1/31

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan

LT- I can explain the event that took place on December 7, 1941 and its impact on the United States.
1.  Pass back papers
2.  Get with a partner and share your Fallen video writing.  
3.  Grades are updated
4.  Notes from parents on the video Fallen
5.  Chapter 16 lecture
6.  Chapter 16 Test tomorrow (Study tonight)
7.  Night
Tuesday 1/30

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan

LT- I can list three facts from the video that I did not know already.

Night

1.  Turn in your soapstone on "A Date That Will Live in Infamy"

2.  Turn in your chapter 16 outline

3.  Fallen video

***take 15 factual notes

4.  Explain the video that you watched.   What was the purpose of this video?  What information proves your explanation of the the purpose? (proof of evidence) How did the author use facts from the video to offer futuristic advice?  (at least 100+ words)


Monday 1/29

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan

LT- I can explain FDR's "A Date Which Will Live in Infamy" speech.

1.  Night

2.  A Date Which Will Live in Infamy speech and analysis using the soapstone model.

3.  Finish Chapter 16 outline and it it due Tuesday

Friday  1/26

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan

LT- I can recite the Star Spangled Banner.

1.  Star Spangled Banner

2.  Work on chapter 16 outline


Thursday 1/25

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the political and economic disputes over territory (e.g. failure of the Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)

7.2.1.1  Causes of WWII - the differences in civil and political values of the United States and those of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan

LT- I can explain the difference between a debtor nation and a creditor nation.

1.  Night

2.  SSB takers

3.  10 min. to study the Star Spangled Banner

4. Journal #1

Why was American unwilling to get involved in a European War?  What are some reasons a country may go to war?  In your opinion are those reasons enough?  50+ words (word count at the top)

5.  Begin working on chapter 16 outline

6.  Star Spangled Banner Tomorrow


Wednesday 1/24
Examine the causes and course of World War II, and the effects of the war on United States society and culture, including the consequences for United States involvement in world affairs. 
I can define Intolerance, prejudice, and discrimination
1. SSB Takers 
2.  The Truth About Hate 
***Worksheet
3.  Begin Night

Tuesday 1/23
Examine the causes and course of World War II, and the effects of the war on United States society and culture, including the consequences for United States involvement in world affairs. 
I can define Intolerance, prejudice, and discrimination
1. Welcome to American History 9B
2.  Tiny url - https://tinyurl.com/AH9-2018
3.  Seating Chart
4.  Notecard/ticket
5.  Syllabus/expectations (expectation sheet due Wednesday)
6.  Star Spangled Banner
***Present on Friday (if you would like to go early you can earn two extra points)
7.  Define prejudice and discrimination
8.  The Truth About Hate Video and sheet
9.  Begin Night by Elie Wiesel