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1 Weekly Plans 10.6-10.10 Carn & Rock Videos + DBQ Mr. ArmstrongAims 7-11
2 Monday | October 6th Topic/ Focus: JD Rockefeller Biography Video AIM #7: How did one man create one of the world’s most profitable, yet criticized businesses, the world/United States has ever seen?1. Take out HW from Friday and submit to the bin in the back of the room (GRA )2. Answer the questions on today’s handout after you’ve interpreted the political cartoon:
4 Possible DO NOW Answers Standard Oil being depicted as an octopusThe legs of the octopus appear to be reaching out and strangling many groups that range from the federal government, to other industrialists or “men of wealth,” to oil rigs.The overall message of this cartoon seems to be that The Standard Oil Company is effecting and perhaps, even controlling, many spheres of American life.
5 BIGOGRAPHY VIDEO: The Rockefellers http://www. biography As a class, we will begin to watch the documentary produced by the BIO channelThis video will help teach students about JD Rockefeller and his legacy as the head of the Standard Oil Company, one of the world’s richest men and his contribution to ongoing philanthropic causes.Students will be asked to answer guided reading question that follow the video in chronological order.
6 Recapping TodayWith about 10 minutes left in class, teacher will stop the video and ask students to recall 3 main ideas they’ve learned or can recall about Rockefeller and the Standard Oil Company.Students will list these three main ideas on the back of the guided question handout they’ve been working on.Main ideas should revolve around information valuable to our understanding of Rockefeller and his role as either an industrialist or philanthropist.Main ideas may also revolve around the creation and operations of the Standard Oil Company.
7 Tuesday | October 7th Topic/ Focus: JD Rockefeller Biography Video (Day 2) AIM #8: How did one man create one of the world’s most profitable, yet criticized businesses, the world/United States has ever seen? (Continued)1. Tonight’s HW: IDA TARBELL READING & HEADLINE2. Please sit quietly at your desk with today’s handout in front of you.3. Listen and watch the video/song about the Ludlow Massacre. Follow along with the lyrics on your handout.4. Answer the following questions on your handout based off the song: “Ludlow Massacre” by Woodie Gutherie (1913)
8 Possible DO NOW AnswerA. In my opinion, the theme of this song could be “disgust.”B. Lines from the song that support my claim are the following:“Thirteen children died from your guns”“While your bullets killed us all around”“I will never forget the looks on the faces”“And lay the corpses of the dead away”
9 BIGOGRAPHY VIDEO: The Rockefellers http://www. biography As a class, we will FINISH the documentary produced by the BIO channelThis video will help teach students about JD Rockefeller and his legacy as the head of the Standard Oil Company, one of the world’s richest men and his contribution to ongoing philanthropic causes.Students will be asked to answer guided reading question that follow the video in chronological order.17:30
10 Ludlow Massacre Reading With partners, read through the Ludlow Massacre Reading that’s just been given to you. Then answer the two questions that follow.1. How is the above account different from the account in The Rockefellers biography video?2. What is one possible explanation for the differences in the accounts?
11 Wednesday | October 8th Topic/ Focus: Robber Barons or Captains of Industry DBQ AIM #9: Were men like Carnegie and Rockefeller considered to be Robber Barons or Captains of Industry?DO NOW:1. Take out last night’s HW (Ida Tarbell Reading) and leave it on your desk.2. Copy down tonight’s HW – Carnegie & Rockefeller Reading (tasks A & B)3. Answer the following question in your notebook or binder, as they pertain to answering DBQ’sWhat are some tips you would give someone before they begin to answer document based questions?
12 Possible DO NOW AnswerWhat is a DBQ? (Document Based Question or Data Based Question)It is probably best thought of as a long essay or a short report for whichNO RESEARCH IS REQUIRED!
13 Possible DO NOW Answer First, you will be presented with a question. The answer to this question is the subject of your DBQ so,READ THE QUESTION CAREFULLY!Make sure you understand what the question is asking of you.The DBQ requires you to answer the question and take a position on the question presented.
14 Possible DO NOW AnswerSecond, the documents required will be provided.You will use the information from the documents to assist in answering the question.The documents contain the evidence you must use to support the position you have taken on the question.Approximately one-third of the grade will be based upon the use of appropriate evidence to
15 DBQ – “Captains of Industry? Or Robber Barons?” Students will be given a DBQ packet comprised of a historical overview and background essay on the era and individuals being discussed in the documents.Students will begin to read the “Overview” and “Background Essay: INDEPENDENTLY.Students will annotate, highlight and use other markings on the reading to help distinguish main ideas, vocabulary, etc.
16 HOOK ExerciseBefore starting the documents, you will complete the “Hook Exercise” on the 3rd page of the packet.For statements that reflect Carnegie or Rockefeller being a Robber Baron, plug in RBFor statements that reflect Carnegie or Rockefeller being a Captain of Industry, plug in COI
17 Starting the Documents After students have completed the previous task, they will begin to assess the documents they’ve been presented with.Students will have to answer a number of questions for document in their packet.Students will perform this activity INDEPENDENTLY for 10 minutes, before joining another classmate to continue to answer the DBQ’s.
18 Thursday | October 9th Topic/ Focus: Robber Barons or Captains of Industry DBQ (Day 2) AIM #10: Were men like Carnegie and Rockefeller considered to be Robber Barons or Captains of Industry?DO NOW:1. Take out last night’s HW (Robber Barons vs. Captains of Industry) and leave it on your desk.2. By the time the bell rings, please be working on Document B in your DBQ packet. Please do this INDEPENDENTLY…that means silence.
19 Working on the Documents After students have completed the previous task, they will begin to assess the documents they’ve been presented with.Students will have to answer a number of questions for document in their packet.Students will perform this activity in small groups for 20 minutes.Please work efficiently as you will need these answers for tomorrow’s seminar discussion.
20 Homework Complete PRE-SEMINAR PACKET. You must answer question #1 You may chose two of the remaining questions to answer (#’s 2,3,4 &5)
21 1. Take out last night’s HW (Pre-Seminar Packet) & DBQ Packet Friday | October 10th Topic: Seminar Discussion AIM#11: Do we consider Carnegie & Rockefeller “Robber Barons” or “Captains of Industry?”DO NOW:1. Take out last night’s HW (Pre-Seminar Packet) & DBQ Packet2. Have a seat and await quietly for instructionshttps://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choic e_polls/NtqIzhKc2GySuX1
22 DURING THE SEMINARUse all of your close reading to participate in a discussion that helps you understand the text at a deeper level. Be ready to discuss the text like the scholar you are!1. Be prepared to participate and ask good questions. The quality of the seminar is diminished when participants speak without preparation.2. Show respect for differing ideas, thoughts, and values--no put- downs or sarcasm. (-5 points if you violate)3. Allow each speaker enough time to begin and finish his or her thoughts—don’t interrupt. (-5 points if you violate)4. Involve others in the discussion, and ask others to elaborate on their responses (use “Pre-Seminar Packet”).
23 Guided Questions:Do we consider JD Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie to be “Robber Barons” or “Captains of Industry?”What is Andrew Carnegie’s overall point according to excerpts from his publishing’s; Wealth and Its Uses (1907) & The Gospel of Wealth (1889)?What criticisms can be applied to the practices of JD Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie in regards to how they conducted business?Do the philanthropic actions of JD Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie outweigh the criticisms they received while operating their companies?Throughout history, how have political cartoons depicted JD Rockefeller?