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Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 20, 2019 at 12:58 pm

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Review Personal Project Process Journals
  3. Final Checks 11/25!!!!

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify and explain the causes, events, and outcomes of the Civil War.
  • Compare and contrast the regional economies, societies, the debate over slavery and how that created conditions that led to the Civil War.
  • Describe how the institution of slavery ends, while a new racial caste system of segregation is put in place.

Bell Ringer:

Review Assessments for Unit 5

Activities:

  1. Discuss Unit 5 Summative Choices due 11/22:
    • To score a 2: Unit 5 Civil War Objective Summative
    • To score a 3/4:  Unit 5 Civil War Timeline
  2. One on One Meetings for 1st Trimester Tracking

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the short term effects of Vietnamese Independence as it relates to American involvement in Indochina.
  • Apply understanding of short term effects and place them on a timeline.
  • Analyze the long term effects of Independence on global affairs.

Bell Ringer:

Access Vietnam Timeline Graphic Organizer

Activities:

  1. Finish Vietnam A Television History Pt. II America’s Mandarin
  2. Watch Pt. III Cambodia and Laos

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 19, 2019 at 12:49 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify and explain the causes, events, and outcomes of the Civil War.
  • Compare and contrast the regional economies, societies, the debate over slavery and how that created conditions that led to the Civil War.
  • Describe how the institution of slavery ends, while a new racial caste system of segregation is put in place.

Bell Ringer:

Review Assessments for Unit 5

Activities:

  1. Discuss Unit 5 Summative Choices due 11/22:
    • To score a 2: Unit 5 Civil War Objective Summative
    • To score a 3/4:  Unit 5 Civil War Timeline
  2. One on One Meetings for 1st Trimester Tracking

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the short term effects of Vietnamese Independence as it relates to American involvement in Indochina.
  • Apply understanding of short term effects and place them on a timeline.
  • Analyze the long term effects of Independence on global affairs.

Bell Ringer:

Access Vietnam Timeline Graphic Organizer

Activities:

  1. Finish Vietnam A Television History Pt. II America’s Mandarin
  2. Watch Pt. III Cambodia and Laos

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 18, 2019 at 1:14 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify and explain the causes, events, and outcomes of the Civil War.
  • Compare and contrast the regional economies, societies, the debate over slavery and how that created conditions that led to the Civil War.
  • Describe how the institution of slavery ends, while a new racial caste system of segregation is put in place.

Bell Ringer:

Log in to Kahoot.

Activities:

  1. Play Kahoot Unit 5 Review
  2. Discuss Unit 5 Summative Choices due 11/22:
    • To score a 2: Unit 5 Civil War Objective Summative
    • To score a 3/4:  Unit 5 Civil War Timeline

IB 20th Century World p. 6

Objectives:

  • Identify the short term effects of Vietnamese Independence as it relates to American involvement in Indochina.
  • Apply understanding of short term effects and place them on a timeline.
  • Analyze the long term effects of Independence on global affairs.

Bell Ringer:

Access Short/Long Term Effects of Vietnamese Independence Discussion

Activities:

  1. Complete Discussion/Review As Whole Group
  2. Short/Long Term Effect Small Group Discussion
  3. Use Articles to Answer Questions

IB 20th Century World p. 7

Objectives:

  • Analyze the effectiveness of each leader in the fight for Vietnamese independence.

Bell Ringer:

Sit at tables with no more than 2 people.

Activities:

  1. Write Evaluation Paragraph and 15min
  2. Complete Short/Long Term Effects Discussion

 

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 15, 2019 at 12:58 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Explain and justify the events behind the first shots fired in the Civil War at Ft. Sumter.
  • Discuss the reasons for the North and South leader’s shortsightedness about the war.
  • Identify the terms Ft. Sumter, Anaconda Plan, Iron Clad, Antietam and Shiloh.
  • Explain Lincoln’s motives for issuing the Emancipation Proclamation and the documents’ effects.
  • Examine a primary resource and interpret the complex message behind a seemingly straightforward event.
  • Identify the significance of the 54th Regiment and Robert Shaw and analyze its to explain whether there was “Glory” in their actions.
  • Explain the effects of the Civil War on the Southern Region of U.S.

Bell Ringer:

Take out Chromebooks and Playlists.  Go to unit 5 and open Collaborative Folder

Activities:

  1. Discuss What’s Up Doc? Emancipation (statue)
  2. Review choice assign Due 11/15:
    • To score a 2:  #11 Ch 11 Sec 1-5 VOC AND #12 Ch 11 Sec 1-5 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:   GV: Glory AND GR The Civil War
    • To score a 4:  What’s Up Doc? Emancipation Proclamation! for background  AND The Confederate Myth Discussion

IB 20th Century World 6th Hour

Objectives:

  • Identify the short term effects of Vietnamese Independence as it relates to American involvement in Indochina.
  • Apply understanding of short term effects and place them on a timeline.
  • Analyze the long term effects of Independence on global affairs.

Bell Ringer:

Access Vietnam War Timeline

Activities:

  1. Watch Vietnam A Television History Pt. II America’s Mandarin
  2. Keep Adding to Timeline using Lowe/Vadney Texts and others

IB 20th Century World 7th Hour

Objectives:

  • Analyze the effectiveness of each leader in the fight for Vietnamese independence.

Bell Ringer:

Each Group Submit Presentations

Activities:

  1. Present Perspectives/Take Notes on Evaluations
  2. Write Evaluation Paragraph and 15min

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 14, 2019 at 1:03 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Explain and justify the events behind the first shots fired in the Civil War at Ft. Sumter.
  • Discuss the reasons for the North and South leader’s shortsightedness about the war.
  • Identify the terms Ft. Sumter, Anaconda Plan, Iron Clad, Antietam and Shiloh.
  • Explain Lincoln’s motives for issuing the Emancipation Proclamation and the documents’ effects.
  • Examine a primary resource and interpret the complex message behind a seemingly straightforward event.
  • Identify the significance of the 54th Regiment and Robert Shaw and analyze its to explain whether there was “Glory” in their actions.
  • Explain the effects of the Civil War on the Southern Region of U.S.

Bell Ringer:

Take out Chromebooks and Playlists.  Go to unit 5 and open Collaborative Folder

Activities:

  1. Open GV: Glory assignment/Guide through clips and discuss questions
  2. Review choice assign Due 11/15:
    • To score a 2:  #11 Ch 11 Sec 1-5 VOC AND #12 Ch 11 Sec 1-5 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:   GV: Glory AND GR The Civil War
    • To score a 4:  What’s Up Doc? Emancipation Proclamation! for background  AND The Confederate Myth Discussion

IB 20th Century World 6th Hour

Objectives:

  • Analyze the effectiveness of each leader in the fight for Vietnamese independence.

Bell Ringer:

Each Group Submit Presentations

Activities:

  1. Present Perspectives/Take Notes on Evaluations
  2. Write Evaluation Paragraph and 15min

IB 20th Century World 7th

Objectives:

  • Analyze the effectiveness of each leader in the fight for Vietnamese independence.

Bell Ringer:

After breaking into groups of 3-4, open the Assign 4 Perspectives/ Ho, Diem, the US and Thieu.

Activities:

  1. Assign Reading/Perspectives
  2. Work on Presentation due Friday at start of class

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 12, 2019 at 12:59 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify political parties and their platform’s during the 1850’s with a focus on the Whigs, Democrats, Republicans, Know-Nothings and Free Soilers.
  • Compare and contrast the party platforms of the emerging parties during the 1850’s.
  • Identify and explain the historical significance of the Dred Scott case, the Lincoln-Douglas debates and the Freeport Doctrine.
  • Evaluate the opinions of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas on the issue of slavery, popular sovereignty, the Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Dred Scott decision.

Bell Ringer:

Take out Chromebooks and go to Schoology.  Open Unit 5.

Activities:

  1. Review choice assign due today:
    • To score a 2: #8 Brooks v. Sumner Discussion, #9 Ch 10 Sec 3-4 VOC and #10 Ch 10 Sec 3-4 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3: Debate and Lincoln-Douglas Campaign Posters
    • To score a 4:1850’s Political Parties Hyperdoc

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze the effectiveness of each leader in the fight for Vietnamese independence.

Bell Ringer:

After breaking into groups of 3-4, open the Assign 4 Perspectives/ Ho, Diem, the US and Thieu.

Activities:

  1. Assign Reading/Perspectives
  2. Work on Presentation due Thursday at start of class

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 11, 2019 at 12:48 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify political parties and their platform’s during the 1850’s with a focus on the Whigs, Democrats, Republicans, Know-Nothings and Free Soilers.
  • Compare and contrast the party platforms of the emerging parties during the 1850’s.
  • Identify and explain the historical significance of the Dred Scott case, the Lincoln-Douglas debates and the Freeport Doctrine.
  • Evaluate the opinions of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas on the issue of slavery, popular sovereignty, the Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Dred Scott decision.

Bell Ringer:

Take out Chromebooks and go to Schoology.  Open Unit 5.

Activities:

  1. Watch HipHughes on Brooks vs. Sumner Discussion as a class
  2. Review choice assign due 11/12 or 13:
    • #8 Brooks v. Sumner Discussion, #9 Ch 10 Sec 3-4 VOC and #10 Ch 10 Sec 3-4 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3: Debate and Lincoln-Douglas Campaign Posters 
    • To score a 4:1850’s Political Parties Hyperdoc

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify and explain the origins and methods used to fight for Vietnam’s independence.
  • Place ideas from documentary onto a timeline in sequential order.

Bell Ringer:

Access the Vietnam Timeline in Schoology

Activites:

  1. Watch Vietnam a Television History Pt. I:  Roots of War

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 8, 2019 at 1:00 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Analyze the impact of the War with Mexico on westward expansion and its relationship to the US economy.
  • Analyze historical sources to understand the political relationship with the expansion into Mexico.
  • Identify terms, dates and events significant to the War and its effects.
  • Analyze the developments of the Civil War through research of primary and secondary sources.
  • Identify the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Stephen Douglas, the “Pottawatomie Massacre” and John Brown.
  • Judge the issue of popular sovereignty provided by Stephen Douglas which led to the passing of the Kansas-Nebraska Act as well as the violence which erupted in Kansas as a result of its passing.

Bell Ringer:

Access Unit 5 Folder and Open Collaborative Folder

Activities:

  1. Complete choice assign due 11/8:
    • To score a 2: #6 Ch 10 Sec 1-2 VOC and #7 Ch 10 Sec 1-2 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:Mexico and Compromise Discussion AND GR:  The Union in Peril
    • To score a 4:  Civil War Report Flipgrid
  2. Check in with individual students

20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify and compare the origins, methods and goals of the Viet Minh, Viet Cong and ARVN forces in Vietnam’s battle for independence.
  • Evaluate the overall possibilities of each military organization’s possible success. 

Bell Ringer:

Review What’s Up Doc? Questions

Activities:

  1. Intro Viet Minh, Viet Cong and ARVN Discussion
  2. Complete Discussion by end of class!
  3. Finish Reading by Monday Lowe and Vadney in Schoology

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 7, 2019 at 1:00 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Analyze the impact of the War with Mexico on westward expansion and its relationship to the US economy.
  • Analyze historical sources to understand the political relationship with the expansion into Mexico.
  • Identify terms, dates and events significant to the War and its effects.
  • Analyze the developments of the Civil War through research of primary and secondary sources.
  • Identify the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Stephen Douglas, the “Pottawatomie Massacre” and John Brown.
  • Judge the issue of popular sovereignty provided by Stephen Douglas which led to the passing of the Kansas-Nebraska Act as well as the violence which erupted in Kansas as a result of its passing.

Bell Ringer:

Access Unit 5 Folder and Open Collaborative Folder

Activities:

  1. Discuss choice assign due 11/8:
    • To score a 2: #6 Ch 10 Sec 1-2 VOC and #7 Ch 10 Sec 1-2 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:Mexico and Compromise Discussion AND GR:  The Union in Peril
    • To score a 4:  Civil War Report Flipgrid
  2. Check in with individual students

20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify major ideas, people and events which played a role in the origins of independence in Vietnam in the mid 20th century.
  • Analyze the visual imagery of the Buddhist monks self-immolation for its values and limitations as a historical source.

Bell Ringer:

Access the Unit 3 Vietnam Folder and Open VOC #2 Assignment

Activities:

  1. Work on VOC and Turn in at end of class
  2. Discuss Buddhist Monk Photo
  3. What’s Up Doc? Buddhist Monk Due Friday

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 6, 2019 at 1:01 pm

Advisory

  1. Create Quickscan Codes
  2. Go to College Fair/Enter Door D/Turn in College Fair papers
  3. Personal Project/Creating Product and Discuss Gantt Charts

US History

Objectives:

  • Analyze the impact of the War with Mexico on westward expansion and its relationship to the US economy.
  • Analyze historical sources to understand the political relationship with the expansion into Mexico.
  • Identify terms, dates and events significant to the War and its effects.
  • Analyze the developments of the Civil War through research of primary and secondary sources.
  • Identify the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Stephen Douglas, the “Pottawatomie Massacre” and John Brown.
  • Judge the issue of popular sovereignty provided by Stephen Douglas which led to the passing of the Kansas-Nebraska Act as well as the violence which erupted in Kansas as a result of its passing.

Bell Ringer:

Access Unit 5 Folder and Open Collaborative Folder

Activities:

  1. Discuss choice assign due 11/8:
    • To score a 2: #6 Ch 10 Sec 1-2 VOC and #7 Ch 10 Sec 1-2 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:Mexico and Compromise Discussion AND GR:  The Union in Peril
    • To score a 4:  Civil War Report Flipgrid
  2. Check in with individual students

20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify major ideas, people and events which played a role in the origins of independence in Vietnam in the mid 20th century.
  • Analyze the visual imagery of the Buddhist monks self-immolation for its values and limitations as a historical source.

Bell Ringer:

Access the Unit 3 Vietnam Folder and Open VOC #2 Assignment

Activities:

  1. Work on VOC and Turn in at end of class
  2. Discuss Buddhist Monk Photo
  3. What’s Up Doc? Buddhist Monk Due Friday