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In Uncategorized on May 7, 2019 at 11:29 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the growth and diversity of the Latino Population in the United States
  • Summarize the efforts of Latinos to secure civil rights and respect for their cultural heritage
  • Explain the efforts of Native Americans to secure reforms in government policies

Bell Ringer:

Continue examining Latino vs. Native Social Movements

Activities:

  1. Discuss choice assign due 5/7:
    • To score a 2:  #11 Latino vs Native American Comparison, #12 VOC Ch 23 and #13 Ch 23 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:  Farmworker or Freedom Fighter RAFT
    • To score a 4:  Natives and Latinos Civil Rights Essays

IB History of Americas

Paper 1 and 2 Exams Today!!!!

Good Luck Seniors!

 

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 6, 2019 at 11:39 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the growth and diversity of the Latino Population in the United States
  • Summarize the efforts of Latinos to secure civil rights and respect for their cultural heritage
  • Explain the efforts of Native Americans to secure reforms in government policies

Bell Ringer:

Access the #11 Latino vs. Native American Comparison Disc

Activities:

  1. Review Latino vs. Native Presentation
  2. Discuss choice assign due 5/7 or 5/8:
    • To score a 2:  #11 Latino vs Native American Comparison, #12 VOC Ch 23 and #13 Ch 23 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3:  Farmworker or Freedom Fighter RAFT
    • To score a 4:  Natives and Latinos Civil Rights Essays

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Review for Paper 1, 2 and 3 IB exams

Bell Ringer:

Take out Paper 3 Practice Sheet

Activities:

  1. Discuss Paper 3 Questions Practice
  2. Paper 1 and 2 Tom!!!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 3, 2019 at 11:44 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Analyze concepts of freedom and hope as they relate to various historical documents and other mediums concerning MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
  • Identify the cause and effect relationship between gains in civil rights and improved socioeconomic status for African Americans
  • Analyze the impact of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 on the demographic makeup of the United States
  • Explain the events which occurred in 1968.
  • Describe the effect on US political history of the social history of 1968.
  • Evaluate the impact of the civil rights movement and its relationship to Obama’s presidency.

Bell Ringer:

Open #9 Violence in 1968 Disc

Activities:

  1. Play the Violence in 1968 Presentation
  2. Review the choice assign due Tonight:
    • To score a 2:  #8 Birmingham Discussion Project C, #9 Violence in 1968 Notes and Discussion,  and #10 Gerrymandering Discussion
    • To score a 3:  Obama Speech on 50 Year Anniversary of March
    • To score a 4:  Evaluation of AA in Ed Discussion

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Review for Paper 1, 2 and 3 IB exams

Bell Ringer:

Take out Paper 2 Practice Sheet

Activities:

  1. Discuss Paper 2 Questions Practice
  2. Make sure to complete Final Summative by Today!!!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 2, 2019 at 1:52 pm

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Review for Paper 1, 2 and 3 IB exams

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Passes for IB Exam Next week Tues/Wed

Activities:

  1. Go to IB Exam Review Folder in Schoology
  2. Discuss Paper 1 Breakdown
  3. Discuss Paper 2 Questions and Markscheme/Review/Practice
  4. Discuss Paper 3 Questions and Markscheme/ Review/Practice
  5. Make sure to complete Final Summative by Friday!!!

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott and analyze the Bus Boycott and explain the tentative nature of the event on society and politics.
  • Compare and contrast the motivations and actions taken during the Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • Identify the obstacles faced by African-American protestors and make distinctions between forms of protests
  • Analyze the role civil rights leaders played during this era

Bell Ringer:

Access Independent Folder #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm X

Activities:

  1. Play #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm X Intro
  2. Go over choice assign due 5/1:
    • To score a 2:  #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm Intro and Discussion, #6  Civil Rights VOC and #7 Civil Rights Quiz
    • To score a 3: GV:  De jure vs. defacto segregation
    • To score a 4: MLK and Malcolm X Close Readings and MLK and Malcolm X Research Guidelines and Rubric

Agenda

In Uncategorized on May 1, 2019 at 11:55 am

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Identify Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott and analyze the Bus Boycott and explain the tentative nature of the event on society and politics.
  • Compare and contrast the motivations and actions taken during the Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • Identify the obstacles faced by African-American protestors and make distinctions between forms of protests
  • Analyze the role civil rights leaders played during this era

Bell Ringer:

Access Independent Folder #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm X

Activities:

  1. Play #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm X Intro
  2. Go over choice assign due 5/1:
    • To score a 2:  #5 From Rosa to MLK and Malcolm Intro and Discussion, #6  Civil Rights VOC and #7 Civil Rights Quiz
    • To score a 3: GV:  De jure vs. defacto segregation
    • To score a 4: MLK and Malcolm X Close Readings and MLK and Malcolm X Research Guidelines and Rubric

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Global Context Video
  3. Complete Entry #3 in Process Journal

IB History of the Americas p. 4

Objectives:

  • Analyze events in the Americas which resulted due to the impact of modernization and involvement in WWI.
  • Identify and explain terms and ideas from sections of Paper 3 exam including independence movements in the Americas, the institution of slavery, the emergence of an industrial state and in global affairs of various American countries.

Bell Ringer:

Turn in Formative Quizzes

Activities:

  1. Finish Form Quiz
  2. Log in to Quizziz for Year 2 Cumulative Review
  3. Take Year 2 HOA Summative Due Friday!!!

IB History of the Americas p. 5

Objectives:

  • Review for Paper 1, 2 and 3 IB exams

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Passes for IB Exam Next week Tues/Wed

Activities:

  1. Go to IB Exam Review Folder in Schoology
  2. Discuss Paper 1 Breakdown
  3. Discuss Paper 2 Questions and Markscheme/Review/Practice
  4. Discuss Paper 3 Questions and Markscheme/ Review/Practice
  5. Make sure to complete Final Summative by Friday!!!

US History p. 7

Objectives:

  • Understand the cause and effect relationship between events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Identify strategies used to fight segregation during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Predict possible future Civil Rights issues, analyze methods used to fight segregation and the major civil rights organizations leading this movement

Bell Ringer:

Access What’s Up Doc?  Brown v. Board Cartoon

Activities:

  1. Discuss Brown v. Board
  2. Review choice assign due 4/30:

Agenda

In Uncategorized on April 30, 2019 at 11:43 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Understand the cause and effect relationship between events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Identify strategies used to fight segregation during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Predict possible future Civil Rights issues, analyze methods used to fight segregation and the major civil rights organizations leading this movement

Bell Ringer:

Access What’s Up Doc?  Brown v. Board Cartoon

Activities:

  1. Discuss Brown v. Board
  2. Review choice assign due 4/30:

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Analyze events in the Americas which resulted due to the impact of modernization and involvement in WWI.
  • Identify and explain terms and ideas from sections of Paper 3 exam including independence movements in the Americas, the institution of slavery, the emergence of an industrial state and in global affairs of various American countries.

Bell Ringer:

Turn in Formative Quizzes

Activities:

  1. Finish Form Quiz
  2. Log in to Quizziz for Year 2 Cumulative Review
  3. Take Year 2 HOA Summative Due Friday!!!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on April 29, 2019 at 11:40 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Understand the cause and effect relationship between events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Identify strategies used to fight segregation during the Civil Rights Movement
  • Predict possible future Civil Rights issues, analyze methods used to fight segregation and the major civil rights organizations leading this movement

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Unit 3 Playlist Civil Rights and Social Movements

Activities:

  1. Discuss Unit 3
  2. In Unit 3 Folder/Preview Civil Rights Pre-Test Writing Analysis Question
  3. Go over first choice assign due 4/30 or 5/1:

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Develop and understanding of the political implications of WWI on Canada and its effect on the creation of a national identity.
  • Evaluate the political, social and economic impact of WWI on Canada as a nation.

Bell Ringer:

Review Term Notes Forming a National Identity

Activities:

  1. Discuss ideas of Canadian National Identity
  2. Read “Emergence” Text pages 146-48, 152-53 and 156-58.
  3. Complete Canadian Identity Discussion
  4. Review Unit 3 Formative Quiz Due tom/wed
  5. Prepare for Open Note Final Tue/Wed

Agenda

In Uncategorized on April 25, 2019 at 11:45 am

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Understand and outline the debate over Canadian conscription at the outset of the WWI war.
  • Interview and organize the ideas of those in favor of volunteering or conscription.

Bell Ringer:

Volunteering vs. Conscription Notes

Activities:

  1. Discuss Volunteering vs. Conscription Notes
  2. Read p 148-53 “Emergence” Text
  3. Discuss Reasons for Volunteering vs. Conscription
  4. Complete Conscription Debate Discussion
  5. Read Illustrated Hist of CA and Ch 10 Destinies

US History 

Objectives:

  • Describe the positive and negative effects of domestic and foreign policy decisions of Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on their legacy as American presidents.
  • Analyze how the Cold War  impacted political history through the influence of economic, social and environmental issues.

Bell Ringer:

Work on Unit Summative

Activities:

  1. Intro Unit 2 Summative due by 4/24 (1st hr)  4/25 (6 and 7th)!
    • To score a 2:  Take Unit 2 Objective Sum Pt. II
    • To score a 3/4:  Take Unit 2 Sum Show Me What you Know Proj

Agenda

In Uncategorized on April 24, 2019 at 11:56 am

US History 

Objectives:

  • Describe the positive and negative effects of domestic and foreign policy decisions of Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on their legacy as American presidents.
  • Analyze how the Cold War  impacted political history through the influence of economic, social and environmental issues.

Bell Ringer:

Work on Unit Summative

Activities:

  1. Intro Unit 2 Summative due by 4/24 (1st hr)  4/25 (6 and 7th)!
    • To score a 2:  Take Unit 2 Objective Sum Pt. II
    • To score a 3/4:  Take Unit 2 Sum Show Me What you Know Proj

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Review PP Process Requirements
  3. Mid-Tri Review

IB History of the Americas p. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify the economic, political and social impact of WWI on Canada.
  • Analyze the economic context of mobilization for Canada in WWI.
  • Evaluate the effect of economic mobilization for war by Canada on conscription.

Bell Ringer:

Review Economic Mobilization Notes

Activities:

  1. Discuss Econ Mobilization in Canada for WWI
  2. Mobilization Media Presentation p 160-69 in the HOA Companion Text or the net:
    • Manufacturing
    • Unemployment
    • Agricultural Production
    • Trade
  3. Present Picture and 3 Details
  4. Complete Mobilization Discussion
  5. Read Illustrated Hist of CA and Ch 10 Destinies

IB History of the Americas p. 5

Objectives:

  • Understand and outline the debate over Canadian conscription at the outset of the WWI war.
  • Interview and organize the ideas of those in favor of volunteering or conscription.

Bell Ringer:

Volunteering vs. Conscription Notes

Activities:

  1. Discuss Volunteering vs. Conscription Notes
  2. Read p 148-53 “Emergence” Text
  3. Discuss Reasons for Volunteering vs. Conscription
  4. Complete Conscription Debate Discussion
  5. Read Illustrated Hist of CA and Ch 10 Destinies

Agenda

In Uncategorized on April 23, 2019 at 11:45 am

US History 

Objectives:

  • Describe the positive and negative effects of domestic and foreign policy decisions of Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on their legacy as American presidents.
  • Analyze how the Cold War  impacted political history through the influence of economic, social and environmental issues.

Bell Ringer:

Work on Unit Summative

Activities:

  1. Intro Unit 2 Summative due by 4/24 (1st hr)  4/25 (6 and 7th)!
    • To score a 2:  Take Unit 2 Objective Sum Pt. II
    • To score a 3/4:  Take Unit 2 Sum Show Me What you Know Proj

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the economic, political and social impact of WWI on Canada.
  • Analyze the economic context of mobilization for Canada in WWI.
  • Evaluate the effect of economic mobilization for war by Canada on conscription.

Bell Ringer:

Review Economic Mobilization Notes

Activities:

  1. Discuss Econ Mobilization in Canada for WWI
  2. Mobilization Media Presentation p 160-69 in the HOA Companion Text or the net:
    • Manufacturing
    • Unemployment
    • Agricultural Production
    • Trade
  3. Present Picture and 3 Details
  4. Complete Mobilization Discussion
  5. Read Illustrated Hist of CA and Ch 10 Destinies