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US History Unit 5

 Date Objective Activities Homework
 3/30 Students will examine and evaluate American society during the Progressive Era and analyze the policies of Progressive Era Presidents.
  1. Introduction: Entry 63 Excuse
  2. Entry 64: How can individuals bring about change in government?
  3. Introduction to the progressive era
  4. America: The Story of Us, Boom: Students will be given a video guide to complete while watching this documentary. Boom Video Guide
  5. Chapter 17: Review the notes with students. Section 1 Only.
  6. Closure
None
 4/1 Students will examine and evaluate American society during the Progressive Era and analyze the policies of Progressive Era Presidents.
  1. Introduction: Students will complete Entry 65: Why would the nation push for Prohibition and what would it lead to in the United States?
  2. Unit 5, Chapter 17 Notes: Introduce and discuss Chapter 17, the Progressive Era.
  3. Prohibition: Why Did America Change Is Mind? - Review the DBQ with students. Have students read the Hook and briefly discuss the questions. Next, read the Background Essay portion. Students will then be led through the five documents and we will have a discussion about the documents.
 None
 4/5 Students will define imperialism and discuss its impact on United States foreign policy, economic and military relations with other nations, including Asia and Latin America.
  1. Introduction: Entry 66: Does the United States have a duty to fight for freedom in neighboring countries?
  2. American Imperialism: Crash Course US History #28
  3. Unit 5, Chapter 18 Notes: Review the class notes with the class to provide an understanding as to why the United States became an imperialist nation.
  4. Closure
 Chapter 17 and Chapter 18 Test on Friday/Monday. Begin studying Chapter 17 and Chapter 18 Notes.
 4/7 Students will define imperialism and discuss its impact on United States foreign policy, economic and military relations with other nations, including Asia and Latin Americ.
  1. Introduction: Entry 67: In what ways do dramatic headlines influence American opinions.
  2. Introduce Homework
  3. Students will complete some review questions to help them review for the chapter 17 and chapter 18 test (next Wednesday). Page 544, Main Ideas #1, 3, 4, 6, 7, & 9; Page 547 Main Ideas # 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, & 9. (Due Next Class)
  4. Students are to complete the key terms from chapters 17 and 18. These notes can be found here by clicking on the following links: Unit 5, Chapter 17 Notes and Unit 5, Chapter 18 Notes. (Due Next Class)
  5. Closure
 Study for the upcoming text next Wednesday.
 4/11 Students will define imperialism and discuss its impact on United States foreign policy, economic and military relations with other nations, including Asia and Latin America.
  1. Introduction: Entry 68: Identify and describe how dollar diplomacy and missionary diplomacy assisted int he building of an American Empire.
  2. Introduce Homework
  3. Students will complete some review questions to help them review for the chapter 17 and chapter 18 test (next class). Page 544, Main Ideas #1, 3, 4, 6, 7, & 9; Page 547 Main Ideas # 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, & 9.
  4. Jeopardy: Students will review the learned material by participating in a teacher-created jeopardy game: Jeopardy Link
  5. Test Next Class
  6. Closur
 Students are to complete the key terms from chapters 17 and 18. These notes can be found here by clicking on the following links: Unit 5, Chapter 17 Notes and Unit 5, Chapter 18 Notes.

Test Next Class
 4/13 Students will describe and interpret the causes and effects of World War I, identify the economic and political effects of World War I on the United States.
  1. Introduction: Entry 69: Students will watch a World War I Animoto and describe the emotions projected by the visual slideshow.
  2. Crash Course US History #29: Progressive Presidents
  3. Chapter 17-Chapter 18 Test
  4. World War I Brochure Activity: you may complete this assignment digitally and submit it in Google classroom or you may make a physical copy and turn it in.
  5. Closure
 World War I Brochure Activity
 4/15 Students will describe and interpret the causes and effects of World War I, identify the economic and political effects of World War I on the United States.
  1. Introduction: Entry 70: Should America go to war to make the world "Safe for Democracy"?
  2. Unit 5, Chapter 19 Notes: World War I
  3. Legacy of World War I
  4. World War I Brochure Activity
  5. Closure
*Test Corrections for the Chapter 17-Chapter 18 Test are due by Wednesday, April 20. You must come in to class to complete the test corrections.
 World War I Brochure Activity: Submit digitally on google classroom or submit a physical copy next class.
 4/19 Students will be able to identify social tensions in the post-World War I era, to include radical politics, immigration restrictions, internal migration, religious fundamentalism, and racism
  1. Introduction: Entry 71: Would you risk your job, income, and the welfare of your family to go on strike for higher wages? Explain
  2. Roaring 20's: Crash Course US History #32
  3. Unit 6, Chapter 20 Notes
  4. World War I Brochure Activity
  5. World War I Review Questions
  6. Closure
World War I Brochure Activity due tonight!