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Monday 2/25/13 Agenda Go over last MC Test Absent students need to still take the test: Rob Lauren Laura Mellow Day Reminders DBQ Essay moved to block day 3/6 & 3/7 *We will go over your last DBQ outline tomorrow. Test Review, Thursday 3/14 Unit 8 MC Test Friday 3/15, Chapters 23, 24, & 25
Mellow Day: 1920-1929 Boom To Bust Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foooDFF9Dgs&feature= related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foooDFF9Dgs&feature= related Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJuEi- U6pmo&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJuEi- U6pmo&feature=related Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPP7FE8RIbY&feature =related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPP7FE8RIbY&feature =related
Tuesday 2/26/13 Agenda Fluency Fact Review Quiz Writing Activity Reminders DBQ Essay moved to block day 3/6 & 3/7 *We will go over your last DBQ outline on block day. Test Review, Thursday 3/14 Unit 8 MC Test Friday 3/15, Chapters 23, 24, & 25
Review Quiz Synthesizer Frames Show Commonality: ___________, _____________, and _____________ all demonstrate ____________ in the ____________ period. Show Contrast: Although ______________ in the case of ____________, for the most part ______________ as seen in the ______________ and the _____________. Show Analysis: ______________, ________________, and ______________ all resulted from _______________ in the ____________________ period.
The Republican Presidents & The Politics of Normalcy
Writing Activity Evaluate the assertion that the Republican Era of the 1920s brought peace and prosperity to all Americans. Chapter 23, Pages 824-826
Evaluate the assertion that the Republican Era of the 1920s brought peace and prosperity to all Americans. Event Description Define/Explain Terms Who was helped by this & why? (inferences are okay) Who was harmed by this & why (inferences are okay) Teapot Dome Scandal Harding and Mellon’s fiscal policy of free enterprise Coolidge’s belief that “the business of America is business.” Hoover’s business consolidation
Block Day 2/27 & 2/28 Agenda Fluency Fact Review Quiz Writing Instruction Reminders DBQ Essay moved to block day 3/6 & 3/7 Test Review, Thursday 3/14 Unit 8 MC Test Friday 3/15, Chapters 23, 24, & 25
Analysis Hand out DBQs Look over your scoring rubric and identify areas that need to be improved. You will look over a strong DBQ from another class and compare it to your own. Afterwards, make revisions to your DBQ in order to improve it based on the feedback from the rubric and the example. Example
Friday 3/1/13 Agenda 5 th Period Fluency Fact Review Quiz Wrap up the 1920s Reminders DBQ Essay moved to block day 3/6 & 3/7 Test Review, Friday 3/15 Unit 8 MC Test Moved to Monday 3/18, Chapters 23, 24, & 25
Wrap up the 1920s ½ of the class versus the other ½ 60 seconds No books, no notes, only brains *Although, you can have a blank piece of paper out to write down content if you like Each member of the team can only participate once until everyone on the team has gone, and then you can participate again. You will see a series of slides, as a team you will need to identify the content of the slide and a specific person, place, or piece of legislation that directly applies to the slide. 1 point for the content of the slide 1 additional point for a person’s name 1 additional point for a place or piece of legislation (if applicable) 1 Additional point for the exact date *If the team cannot come up with all of the points in 60 seconds, the other side of the room has the opportunity to steal the remaining point(s).
Wrap up the 1920s Content: War Reparations Name: Charles Dawes Legislation: Dawes Plan Place: NA Date: 1924
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Attempt to outlaw war Name: Frank Kellogg & Aristide Briand Legislation: Kellogg- Briand Pact Place: World Court Date: 1928
Wrap up the 1920s Content: National Woman’s Party Name: Alice Paul & M. Carey Thomas Legislation: Equal Rights Amendment & Sheppard-Towner Act Place: NA Date: 1916
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Great Migration Name: NA Legislation: NA Place: Northern Cities Date: 1914-1920
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Harlem Renaissance Name: Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Claude McCay, Countee Cullen, Jessie Fauset, James Johnson, Paul Robenson Legislation: NA Place: Harlem, NY Date: 1920s
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Back to Africa Movement & UNIA Name: Marcus Garvey Legislation: NA Place: Harlem, NY Date: 1916
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Lost Generation, Jazz Age Name: F Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis Legislation: NA Place: France Date:1925-1928
Wrap up the 1920s Content: The Red Scare, Palmer Raids Name: A Mitchell Palmer Legislation: Trial of Sacco & Vanzetti Place: Massachusetts Date: 1921 or 1927
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Election of 1928 Name: Herbert Hoover & Alfred Smith Legislation: NA Place: NA Date: 1928
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Bull Market, buying on a margin Name: John Raskob (GM) Legislation: NA Place: Wall Street Date: 1929
Wrap up the 1920s Content: Stock Market Crash, “Black Tuesday” Name: Andrew Mellon Legislation: The New Deal Place: Wall Street Date: 1929
Fighting Back Against Racism with Poetry THE LYNCHING by: Claude McKay (1890-1948) His spirit is smoke ascended to high heaven. His father, by the cruelest way of pain, Had bidden him to his bosom once again; The awful sin remained still unforgiven. All night a bright and solitary star (Perchance the one that ever guided him, Yet gave him up at last to Fate's wild whim) Hugh pitifully o'er the swinging char. Day dawned, and soon the mixed crowds came to view The ghastly body swaying in the sun: The women thronged to look, but never a one Showed sorrow in her eyes of steely blue; And little lads, lynchers that were to be, Danced round the dreadful thing in fiendish glee.
Fighting Back Against Racism with Poetry A Dream Deferred by Langston Hughes What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore-- And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over-- like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. Or does it explode?
Fighting Back Against Racism with Music Strange Fruit by Abel Meeropol Sung by Billie Holliday Southern trees bear a strange fruit, Blood on the leaves and blood at the root, Black body swinging in the Southern breeze, Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees. Pastoral scene of the gallant South, The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth, Scent of magnolia sweet and fresh, And the sudden smell of burning flesh! Here is a fruit for the crows to pluck, For the rain to gather, for the wind to suck, For the sun to rot, for a tree to drop, Here is a strange and bitter crop. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4ZyuULy9zs