American History in Film

Tuesday 6/5
Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.
LT- I can explain the era and historical relevance of this movie.
1.  Race
***Movie sheet
2.  Fill out and turn in your movie sheet
3.  Begin Race project
Monday 6/4
Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.
LT- I can explain the era and historical relevance of this movie.
1.  Race
***Movie sheet
2.  Fill out and turn in your movie sheet
3.  Begin Race project
Friday 6/1
Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.
LT- I can explain the era and historical relevance of this movie.
1.  Race
***Movie sheet
2.  Fill out and turn in your movie sheet
3.  Begin Race project
Thursday 5/31
Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.
LT- I can explain the era and historical relevance of this movie.
1.  You choose!
2.  Movie
***Movie sheet

Wednesday 5/30

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

LT- I can list and explain 5 Cold War events from 1945-1989.

1.  Cold War Bingo!


Tuesday 5/29

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

LT- I can list and explain 5 Cold War events from 1945-1989.

1.  Finish Miracle

***Fill out and turn in your movie sheet

2.  Cold War Bingo!

Thursday 5/24

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 actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can list and explain three Cold War events mentioned in the movie Miracle.

1.  Miracle

***Fill out movie sheet

Wednesday 5/23

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 actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can list and explain three Cold War events surrounding the US and the Soviet Union

1.   Cold War Era

***Define Cold War terms

***Number each term

2.  Cold War terms due tomorrow

Tuesday 5/22

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 actions to meet these challenges

LT- I can list and explain three Cold War events surrounding the US and the Soviet Union

1.   Cold War Era

***Define Cold War terms

***Number each term

***Define each term with 2-3 sentences

***Must be on paper and handwritten

Monday 5/21

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

LT- I can explain people that impacted the Civil Rights Movements.

1.  Impact on History Presentations

***Notes-Name, two facts, and his impact on history

2.  Cold War Era

***Define Cold War terms


Friday 5/18

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

LT- I can explain people that impacted the Civil Rights Movements.

1.  Work Remember the Titans project

2.  You are presenting on Monday

Thursday 5/17

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

LT- I can explain people that impacted the Civil Rights Movements.

1.  Make sure you turned in your movie sheet 

2.  Begin Remember the Titans project

3.  You are presenting on Monday

Wednesday 5/16

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

LT- I can explain people that impacted the Civil Rights Movements.

1.  Finish Remember the Titans

2.  Begin Remember the Titans Project

***Due Friday

***Sign up for your person

Tuesday 5/15

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

LT- I can explain people that impacted the Civil Rights Movements.

1.  Remember the Titans


Monday 5/14

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 protest movements that emerged after the Civil Rights Movement.

1.  Protest Song presentations

***Notes- Name of the song presented, protest movement, message

2.  Continue with Remember the Titans

***Fill in the movie sheet

Friday 5/11

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

LT- I can explain people that impacted the Civil Rights Movements.

1.  Men that Impacted History worksheet

***Share

2.  Begin Remember the Titans

Wednesday 5/9

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 list three protest movements that emerged after the Civil Rights Movement.

1.  Begin the Protest Song Movement Project

Tuesday 5/8

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 protest movements that emerged after the Civil Rights Movement.

1.  Begin the Protest Song Movement Project

Monday 5/7

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 protest movements that emerged after the Civil Rights Movement.

1.  Finish 42

2.  Complete and turn in movie sheet

3.  Begin Protest Songs Project

Friday 5/4

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 how baseball impacted it.

1.  Continue watching 42

***Fill out the movie sheet as you watch 42.

Thursday 5/3

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 how baseball impacted it.

1.  5 minutes to finish the Civil Rights Movement worksheet

2.  Go over the answers

3.  42

***Movie sheet

Wednesday 5/2
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 describe the battle I am researching and explain the outcome.
LT- I can list three events that helped the Civil Rights Movement.
1.  Finish the battle project presentations
***Turn in notes
2.  Civil RIghts worksheet
3.  Begin 42
Tuesday 5/1
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 describe the battle I am researching and explain the outcome.
1.  Battle Project
2.  Start presenting at 8:45
Monday 4/30
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 impact the air force had in WWII.
1.  Finish watching Memphis Belle
***Turn in your movie sheet
Friday 4/27
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 impact the air force had in WWII.
1.  Continue watching Memphis Belle
Thursday 4/26

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)

1.  Finish presentations

2.  Share and discuss WWII worksheet

3.  Begin the movie Memphis Belle

Wednesday 4/25
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.
LT- I can explain the impact the US had upon entering WWII.
1.  Finish the presentations
2.  WWII worksheet
3.  Begin the Memphis Belle
Tuesday 4/24

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.

LT- I can explain how my topic in this project impacted history.

1.  Women in History project presentations

***3 notes

2.  WWII worksheet


Monday 4/23

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.

LT- I can explain how women contributed to the war effort.

1.  Begin Women in history project

***You have to sign up to get your topic

2.  Project due tomorrow, be ready to present

Friday 4/20

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.

LT- I can explain how women contributed to the war effort.

1. Finish  A League of their Own

2. Complete and turn in your movie sheet

3.  Begin Women in history project

***You have to sign up to get your topic

Thursday 4/19

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.

LT- I can explain how women contributed to the war effort.

1.  A League of their Own

***Movie sheet

Wednesday 4/18

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.

LT- I can explain how women contributed to the war effort.

1.  A League of their Own

***Movie sheet

Tuesday 4/17

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.8.5
Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can create a silent movie that reflects one of the elements from the 1920's.

1.  Silent movie presentations

2.  Women in history worksheet

3.  Begin A League of their Own

***Movie sheet

Monday 4/16

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.8.5
Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can create a silent movie that reflects one of the elements from the 1920's.

1.  Finish and edit your movie

2.  Present your movie at 8:45.

3.  Women in history worksheet

Friday 4/13

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.8.5
Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can create a silent movie that reflects one of the elements from the 1920's.

1.  Continue working on your silent movie project.

Thursday 4/12

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.8.5
Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can create a silent movie that reflects one of the elements from the 1920's.

1.  Continue working on your silent movie project.

Wednesday 4/11

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.8.5
Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can create a silent movie that reflects one of the elements from the 1920's.

1.  Continue working on your silent movie project.

Monday 4/9

7.1.1.2  The Twenties - the struggle between “traditional” and “modern” American (e.g. Scopes Trial, immigration restrictions, Prohibition, role of women, mass consumption)

7.1.1.1  The Twenties - cultural movements, such as the Harlem Renaissance and the “lost generation”

LT- I can list three social changes during the 1920's.

1.  Work on your script for the movie

***More detail and explanation the better!

2.  Silent Movie Project 

Thursday 3/29

7.1.1.2  The Twenties - the struggle between “traditional” and “modern” American (e.g. Scopes Trial, immigration restrictions, Prohibition, role of women, mass consumption)

7.1.1.1  The Twenties - cultural movements, such as the Harlem Renaissance and the “lost generation”

LT- I can list three social changes during the 1920's.

1.  Roaring Twenties movie

***Movie sheet due at the end of the hour

2.  Silent Movie Project 

Wednesday 3/28

7.1.1.2  The Twenties - the struggle between “traditional” and “modern” American (e.g. Scopes Trial, immigration restrictions, Prohibition, role of women, mass consumption)

7.1.1.1  The Twenties - cultural movements, such as the Harlem Renaissance and the “lost generation”

LT- I can list three social changes during the 1920's.

1.  Go over the 1920's and 1930's worksheet.

2.  Roaring Twenties movie

***Movie sheet

Tuesday 3/27

7.1.1.2  The Twenties - the struggle between “traditional” and “modern” American (e.g. Scopes Trial, immigration restrictions, Prohibition, role of women, mass consumption)

7.1.1.1  The Twenties - cultural movements, such as the Harlem Renaissance and the “lost generation”

LT- I can list three social changes during the 1920's.

1.  Go over the 1920's and 1930's worksheet.

2.  Begin the Roaring Twenties movie

***Movie sheet

Monday 3/26

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 list three presidents that had military careers.

LT- I can honor my choice in military heros by giving him an honorable eulogy.

1. Share your speech

2. Eulogy speech

3. 1920's and 1930's worksheet

4. 1920's moviesheet

Friday 3/23

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

LT- I can list three presidents that had military careers.

LT- I can choose the best military president based on my research.

1. Get your president chart graded

2. Grab a president bracket

3. Once you have your bracket finished, begin working on your eulogy

4. Speeches will be due Monday

Thursday 3/22

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 list three presidents that had military careers.

LT- I can choose the best military president based on my research.

1. Get your president chart graded

2. Grab a president bracket

3. Once you have your bracket finished, begin working on your eulogy

***Due???

Wednesday 3/21

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 list three presidents that had military careers.

LT- I can choose the best military president based on my research.

1. Finish up your president chart.

***Come get it graded first before completing the bracket.

2. Whoever is your winner, you will research their life, military career, and presidential career and write a eulogy in their honor.

3. Eulogy rubric

Tuesday 3/20

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 list three presidents that had military careers.

1. Continue working on your president chart (Due Thursday)

2. President Chart

***You may want to complete this on a piece of paper. Content on chart must be complete!

Monday 3/19

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 who TR is and his role in the Spanish American War.

1. New Seating Chart

2. Finish the Rough Riders

3. President Chart

***You may want to complete this on a piece of paper. Content on chart must be complete!

Friday 3/16

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Explain why the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914 became involved, 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 three reasons for the United States expansion.

1.  Continue watching Rough Riders
***Finish movie sheet
Thursday 3/15

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Explain why the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914 became involved, 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 three reasons for the United States expansion.


Wednesday 3/14

6.2.1 Growth of U.S. Global Power - Explain why the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914 became involved, 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 three reasons for the United States expansion.

1.  Look at yesterday's agenda and the rubric to make sure you completed the criteria before turning in your Wizard of Oz project.

2.  Define Imperialism and list 9 reasons the US would become involved or take over other countries.

***What are the three reasons the US became involved in the Spanish-American War.

3.  Begin The Rough Riders

***Fill out the movie sheet

Tuesday 3/13

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movements and individuals in promoting change (Women’s Christian Temperance Union, settlements house movement, conservation movement, and the NAACP, Jane Addams, Carrie Chapman Catt, Eugene Debs, W.E.B DuBois, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell)

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movement and individual in promoting change.

LT- I can research the Progressive Era and create a character that could be inserted seamlessly into the The Wizard of Oz script showing symbolism.

1.  The Wizard of Oz Project

***Look over the criteria for this project

***Proofread your inserted portion (paragraphs, capitalization, spelling, correct usage of quotation marks, etc.

***Word count at the top

***Share with me 

2.  Due Tomorrow

Monday 3/12

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movements and individuals in promoting change (Women’s Christian Temperance Union, settlements house movement, conservation movement, and the NAACP, Jane Addams, Carrie Chapman Catt, Eugene Debs, W.E.B DuBois, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell)

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movement and individual in promoting change.

LT- I can research the Progressive Era and create a character that could be inserted seamlessly into the The Wizard of Oz script showing symbolism.

1.  The Wizard of Oz Project

2.  Due??

Friday 3/9

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movements and individuals in promoting change (Women’s Christian Temperance Union, settlements house movement, conservation movement, and the NAACP, Jane Addams, Carrie Chapman Catt, Eugene Debs, W.E.B DuBois, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell)

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movement and individual in promoting change.

LT- I can list three characters from The Wizard of Oz and how they relate to the Progressive Era.

1.  Finish The Wizard of Oz symbolism from The Wizard of Oz

2.  Create a list of 10 progressive events or people that contributed to the Progressive Era/share with the class

3.  The Wizard of Oz Project

Wednesday 3/7

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movements and individuals in promoting change (Women’s Christian Temperance Union, settlements house movement, conservation movement, and the NAACP, Jane Addams, Carrie Chapman Catt, Eugene Debs, W.E.B DuBois, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell)

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movement and individual in promoting change.

LT- I can list three characters from The Wizard of Oz and how they relate to the Progressive Era.

1.  Finish The Wizard of Oz and turn in your movie sheet.

2.  Characters and symbolism from The Wizard of Oz

3.  The Wizard of Oz Project

Tuesday 3/6

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movement and individual in promoting change.

LT- I can define the Progressive Era
1. Wizard of Oz movie worksheet
2. Finish The Wizard of Oz
Monday 3/5

6.3.2.4 Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform-role of reform organization, movement and individual in promoting change.

LT- I can define the Progressive Era
1. Wizard of Oz movie worksheet
2. Begin The Wizard of Oz
Friday 3/2
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 describe three battles that took place during the Revolutionary War.

1.  Finish April Morning movie sheet
2.  Finish your project and share it with me. Revolutionary War Projec
***Due Friday
Thursday 3/1
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 describe three battles that took place during the Revolutionary War.

1.  Finish April Morning movie sheet
2.  Shots Heard Around the World (Schoolhouse Rock)
3.  Begin the Revolutionary War Project
***With a partner or on your own
***Due Friday
Wednesday 2/28
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 describe three battles that took place during the Revolutionary War.

1.  Finish April Morning movie sheet
2.  Shots Heard Around the World (Schoolhouse Rock)
3.  Begin the Revolutionary War 
***With a partner or on your ownt
***Due Friday
 
Tuesday 2/27

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 describe the differences between the Patriots and the Loyalists.

1.  Watch April Morning
***Fill in your movie notes


  

Monday 2/26
tandard:  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 significance about the 'shots heard around the world'.
1.  Finish April Morning
***Fill in the movie sheet
Friday 2/23
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 describe the differences between the Patriots and the Loyalists.

1.  Finish up the Salem Witch Trial Speeches
2.  Turn in your notes
3.  Define the Patriots and the Loyalists
4.  Shots Heard Around the World (Schoolhouse Rock)
***Begin movie on Tuesday  




Thursday 2/22
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
LT- I can research my person that is involved in the Salem Witch Trials and give evidence to prove their guilt or innocence
***Underline your central claim/thesis
***Highlight the three examples
***Italicize your intended audience
2.  Notes
***Name of person
***One claim to their innocence or guilt
***Were they convincing?

Wednesday 2/21
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
LT- I can research my person that is involved in the Salem Witch Trials and give evidence to prove their guilt or innocence
1.  Choose your top three people that you would like to give a speech on that was involved in the Salem Witch Trials
2. Finish your speeches and create a visual
3.  Speeches tomorrow
Tuesday 2/20
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
LT- I can research my person that is involved in the Salem Witch Trials and give evidence to prove their guilt or innocence
1.  Choose your top three people that you would like to give a speech on that was involved in the Salem Witch Trials
2.  List of  people involved in the Salem Witch Trial

Thursday 2/15

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 connect McCarthyism to the Salem Witch Trials by explaining mass hysteria.

1.  Finish The Crucible movie sheet

2.  Mass Hysteria presentations

***Notes

    ***Name of the the Example and one fact about it.  

3.  Begin The Crucible speech project


Wednesday 2/14

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 connect McCarthyism to the Salem Witch Trials by explaining mass hysteria.

1.  Finish watching The Crucible

2.  Turn in your movie sheet

2.  Have your  mass hysteria presentations ready to go tomorrow.

Tuesday 2/13

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 connect McCarthyism to the Salem Witch Trials by explaining mass hysteria.

1.  Continue watching The Crucible

2.  If we finish the movie, work on the mass hysteria presentations.


Friday 2/9
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 list two examples of mass hysteria in American History.
1.  Mass Hysteria Project (Use google slide)
 On one slide put Mass Hysteria and its definition, then
***Find four examples of mass hysteria in history
***Put the title on one slide, along with an explanation of your example (35+ words)
***On the second slide, put the time period it took place and 5 other historical events during that time period  and an explanation of the historical events.
***Share it with me

Thursday 2/8
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 list three events that took place during the Salem Witch Trials
1.  Begin The Crucible
***Movie sheet along with the movie

Wednesday 2/7
II. In the 17th century, early British colonies developed along the Atlantic coast, with regional differences that reflected various environmental, economic, cultural, and demographic factors..

Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can list two positives from each colony

1.  Colony presentations

Fill in the google doc as your notes for each presentation.
Tuesday 2/6
II. In the 17th century, early British colonies developed along the Atlantic coast, with regional differences that reflected various environmental, economic, cultural, and demographic factors..

Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

Lt-  I can list three facts about the colony I researched.
1.  Finish and practice Colony Advertisement Project
***Add three exciting pieces of information that will make your project more interesting.
Friday 2/2
II. In the 17th century, early British colonies developed along the Atlantic coast, with regional differences that reflected various environmental, economic, cultural, and demographic factors..

Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can create a presentation that explains the positives to moving to my colony.
1.  Work on Colony Advertisement project
Thursday 2/1
II. In the 17th century, early British colonies developed along the Atlantic coast, with regional differences that reflected various environmental, economic, cultural, and demographic factors..

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.8.5
Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.

LT- I can create a list of facts about the colony I am researching.
1.  Finish Pocahontas
***Turn in movie sheet
Wednesday 1/31
II. In the 17th century, early British colonies developed along the Atlantic coast, with regional differences that reflected various environmental, economic, cultural, and demographic factors.
LT- I can list the list two true facts and two inaccuracies in the movie Pocahontas.
1.  Finish Pocahontas
Tuesday 1/30
II. In the 17th century, early British colonies developed along the Atlantic coast, with regional differences that reflected various environmental, economic, cultural, and demographic factors.
LT- I can list three events that happened during the Colonial Period
1.  Finish your movie list
2.  Colony Worksheet (share and turn in)
3.  Begin Pocahontas (movie sheet)


Monday 1/29
II. In the 17th century, early British colonies developed along the Atlantic coast, with regional differences that reflected various environmental, economic, cultural, and demographic factors.
LT:  I can list three events or people during the Colonial Period
1.  Movie Trailer Presentations
2.  Research with a partner the top 100 movies of all time that grossed the most money.  (adjusted for inflation)
***Create a list of 10 movies from the list that is historically based
    ***Title
    ***Money 
    ***Era it was intended to protray
3.  Send it to mjolley@croslex.org (Subject Line: Both Last Names American History in Film $MovieList)
4.  Colony Worksheet (ITA)

Friday 1/26
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 name the genre of the movie of my choice and change it to another genre using music and sound effects.
1.  Continue working on Movie Trailer Project

Thursday 1/25
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 name the movie by listening to a song.

1.  I can name that movie
2.  True trailer v. changed trailer
2.  How music changes the mood of a movie
3.  Movie Trailer Examples
4.  Movie Trailer Rubric
5.  Due at the end of the Monday
Wednesday 1/24
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 name the movie by listening to a song.
1.  Turn in the Time Travel Essay
2.  Genre worksheet
**Go over and share
3.  Ponder  Question-  Can you identify a movie without actually sitting down and watching it?  How?
4.  Ponder Question #2-  Do you think you are move savvy?
5.  Ponder Question #3-  Can music set the tone for the mood of a movie?  Scene?  Prove it!
6.  Let's play a game!  Name that movie based on the song.

Tuesday 1/23

K1.6 Analyze events and circumstances from the vantage point of others.

LT- I can describe the impact movies have on the attitudes and opinion of society over time.


https://tinyurl.com/AHiF2018


1.  Welcome to American History in Film
2.  Seating Chart
3.  Note card/Ticket
4.  Syllabus-discussion/class expectations
***Expectation sheet signature sheet due tomorrow
5.  Discuss movies and their impact on society (educational, enjoyment, escape, timeless)
6.  Time Travel Essay (200+words)



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