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US History Unit 6

 Date Objective Activities Homework
 4/21 Students will be able to identify the main indicators of economic prosperity that occurred in the 1930s following the introduction of New Deal programs and decide if the improvements in the economy occurred because of the government's actions.
  1. Introduction: Entry 72: Should the United States government allow private banks to invest in the stock market using the savings invested by customers?
  2. World War I Era Test (Unit 5, Chapter 19)
  3. The Great Depression Graphing Activity and Worksheets
  4. Closure
 Review Unit 6, Chapter 21 Notes
 4/25 Students will be able to identify the main indicators of economic prosperity that occurred in the 1930s following the introduction of New Deal programs and decide if the improvements in the economy occurred because of the government's actions.
  1. Introduction: Entry 73: Write a Haiku poem which explains the 1920s. 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables.
  2. Students will watch "The Century: America's Time - 1920-1929: Boom to Bust" and answer the questions on the Boom to Bust worksheet.
  3. Use the remaining time watching "The Century: America's Time - 1929-1936: Stormy Weather"
  4. Closure
 Review Unit 6, Chapter 21 Notes
 4/27 Students will be able to identify the main indicators of economic prosperity that occurred in the 1930s following the introduction of New Deal programs and decide if the improvements in the economy occurred because of the government's actions
  1. Introduction: Entry 74: What can unemployed and impoverished people do to help each other?
  2. Google Classroom Assignment: Chapter 22 Guided Reading Questions. This assignment is due Wednesday at midnight for all A-Day students and Thursday at midnight for all B-Day students. Chapter 22: The Great Depression Begins
  3. Students need to complete the video from last class and answer the questions.
  4. Closure
 Watch "The Century: America's Time - 1920-1929: Boom to Bust" and answer the questions on the Boom to Bust worksheet.
 4/29 Students will be able to identify and describe New Deal Programs; evaluate the impact of New Deal Programs on the economy; and demonstrate an understanding of relief, reform, and recovery.
  1. Introduction: Entry 75: How does the government help people during an economic crisis and what sort of programs or assistance comes to mind?
  2. New Deal Crash Course US History #34
  3. New Deal Documents Review: Students will review a series of documents about the New Deal to help them identify the pros and cons of the New Deal and decide whether or not the New Deal was beneficial to bringing America out of the Great Depression.
  4. Debate about New Deal programs
  5. Closure
  6. Verbal Questions
 None
 5/3 Students will be able to identify and describe New Deal Programs; evaluate the impact of New Deal Programs on the economy; and demonstrate an understanding of relief, reform, and recovery.
  1. Introduction: Entry 76: How can neutral countries participate in the affairs of warring countries?
  2. Unit 6, Chapter 23 Notes: Lecture and review of the main points of the chapter.
  3. The Century: America's Time - 1941-1945: Introduction to American involvement in World War II.
  4. Closure
 Study for the upcoming test on May 9.
 5/5 Students will be able to identify and describe New Deal Programs; evaluate the impact of New Deal Programs on the economy; and demonstrate an understanding of relief, reform, and recovery.
  1. Introduction: Entry 77:
  2. Chapter 20-Chapter 23 Test Review: Students will answer the questions in the document to prepare for the upcoming test next class. Students should use the following notes for their review: Unit 6, Chapter 20 Notes;Unit 6, Chapter 21 NotesUnit 6, Chapter 22 NotesUnit 6, Chapter 23 Notes.
  3. Closure
 Study for the upcoming test on May 9.
 5/9 Students will be able to identify and describe New Deal Programs; evaluate the impact of New Deal Programs on the economy; and demonstrate an understanding of relief, reform, and recovery.
  1. Introduction: Entry 78: What lasting impact would the Great Depression have on Americans?
  2. Unit 6 Review Activity: Quiz-Quiz-Trade
  3. Unit 6 Test (1920s-1930s)
  4. Closure