Friday, March 5, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. In your opinion, from the end of World War II to present, what was the most important moment for the African American Civil Rights Movement? Why?
    2. In which areas does the Movement still have work to be done? Why?

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

  3. Ted Sorensen--Kennedy Document Analysis
    Read the excerpt and answer the questions

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

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What was the Kerner Commission?
    2. How was school bussing used as part of Civil Rights?

  2. Civil Rights Test

Monday, March 1, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What was Malcolm X's appeal as a leader to African Americans?
    2. How had Martin Luther King, Jr.'s goals changed before his assassination?

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

  3. Civil Rights Music Analysis
  4. Finish Essential Questions and Study for Test (Homework)

Thursday, February 25, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What were the limitations of the Twenty-Fourth Amendment?
    2. What role did the media play at the first Selma march?

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

  3. MLK and Malcolm X Document Analysis
    Use the documents to answer the questions

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How did Freedom Riders expose Southern resistance to desegregation rulings?
    2. How did television coverage of the Birmingham marchers change public perception?

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

  3. John Lewis: Good Trouble Movie
    Watch the movie and answer questions

Friday, February 19, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How did Plessy v. Ferguson establish segregation?
    2. What caused the Montgomery Bus Boycott?

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

  3. Birmingham Letters Document Analysis
    Use the documents to answer the questions

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How would you define "equal rights"?
    2. How would you define "equal opportunity"?
    3. How would you define "equal outcome"?

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

  3. Begin work on Civil Rights Unit Essential Questions (Homework--Due the day of the unit test)

Friday, February 12, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What was the policy of flexible response?
    2. Why was the Berlin Wall built?

  2. Cold War Test

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How did the first televised debate impact the election of 1960?
    2. What was the "Kennedy mystique"?

  2. Kennedy's Crises
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

  3. Cuban Missile Crisis Document Analysis
    Use the documents to answer the questions

  4. Finish Essential Questions and Study for Test (Homework)

Monday, February 8, 2021

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. Who were the Hollywood Ten?
    2. What caused McCarthy's downfall?

  2. Election of 1960
    Watch the EdPuzzle presentation, answer the appropriate questions within, and take notes, either in the Google Doc or on your own

  3. Election of 1960: Substance vs Style
    Watch the attached videos (Google Classroom) and answer the following questions:
    1. How did the Nixon commercial represent the idea of "substance" in a presidential campaign?
    2. How did the Kennedy commercial represent the idea of "style" in a presidential campaign?
    3. How did the Nixon/Kennedy debate relate to the question of "substance vs style"?
    4. How do you think modern presidential campaigns function in terms of "substance vs style"?