Friday, October 16, 2020

Note: Test on America as a World Power and essential questions due on Friday, October 16th

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    Copy: Imperialism--Policy in which stronger nations extend their political, economic, or military control over weaker territories
    1. List examples of imperialism throughout history.

  2. Imperialism and America
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

  3. Reasons For Imperialism
    For each quote, state the reason for imperialism being advocated--Political, Economic or Cultural--and why you chose that reason

  4. Begin work on America as a World Power Unit Essential Questions (Homework--Due the day of the unit test)

Friday, September 25, 2020

Note: Test on Progressivism and essential questions due on Friday, September 25th
  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How was education different for white and Black Americans at the turn of the century?
    2. How did Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois differ in their approach to achieving equality for the Black community?

  2. Progressivism Test

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What legislation did Wilson use to attack trusts and monopolies?
    2. What were the limitations of Progressivism under Wilson?

  2. Social Changes
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

  3. Washington vs Du Bois Document Analysis
    Use the documents to answer the questions

Monday, September 21, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. Why did Roosevelt come to oppose Taft for the presidency in 1912?
    2. How was Wilson able to win the election of 1912?

  2. Woodrow Wilson's "New Freedom"
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

  3. Living Wage Document Analysis
    Use the documents to complete the analysis worksheet

Thursday, September 17, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How did Theodore Roosevelt become president?
    2. How did Roosevelt’s intervention in a coal strike set a precedent for federal arbitration?

  2. Progressivism Quiz

  3. Republican Turmoil
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

  4. New Nationalism and New Freedom Document Analysis
    Use the documents to answer the questions

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What were the three paths that suffragettes took to receiving the right to vote? Which one was successful?
    2. Why do you think the 19th Amendment states that the "right...to vote shall not be denied" to women rather than "women are granted the right to vote?

  2. Finish and Discuss Analyzing Primary Sources
    Review HIPP analysis and complete document analysis worksheet

  3. Teddy Roosevelt's "Square Deal"
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

Friday, September 11, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. If you were a Progressive, which goal would you tackle first? Why?
    2. Out of the election reforms, which two do you think were the most important? Why?

  2. Muckrakers' Effectiveness
    Using the muckrakers document analysis chart, answer the following in ten minutes in the assigned Google Classroom question: Citing specific evidence from the documents, how did the Muckrakers use different types of media to influence public opinion? What was the most and least persuasive?

  3. Analyzing Primary Sources
    Review HIPP analysis and complete document analysis worksheet

  4. Women's Suffrage
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What did nativists believe?
    2. What role did women play in the labor movement?

  2. Origins of Progressivism
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

  3. Muckrakers Document Analysis
    Use the six documents to fill out the chart (Google Classroom)

  4. Begin work on Progressivism Unit Essential Questions (Homework--Due the day of the unit test)

Friday, September 4, 2020

Note: Test on Industrialization and essential questions due on Friday, September 4th
  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How did government respond to strikes in the late 19th century?
    2. What tactics did businesses use to try to limit the power of unions?

  2. Simpsons--Last Exit to Springfield Episode
    Homer becomes the union boss

  3. Industrialization Test