June 12 – 16, 2017

Last Week=Mon-6p., Tues-6p., Wed-Finals1,3,5, Thurs-Finals 2,4,6, Fri-6p Early Release

Day 1

  1. Finish Video:  The Century:  American Unpinned 1965-70
  2. View video:  Last Train

Day 2

  1. Finish Video:  Last Train

Day 3

  1. Finals 1,3,5 = Final Portfolio due
Tutorial   7:45   – 8:15 Breakfast served at this time. During the Open Period & Break students will meet with their teachers or use individual study time.
Period 1   8:20  – 9:55
Break   9:55 – 10:15
Period 3 10:20 – 11:55
Lunch 11:55 – 12:35
Period 5 12:40 –   2:15

Day 4

  1. Finals 2,4,6 = Final Portfolio due
Tutorial   7:45   – 8:15 Breakfast served at this time. During the Open Period & Break students will meet with their teachers or use individual study time.
Period 2   8:20  – 9:55
Break   9:55 – 10:15
Period 4 10:20 – 11:55
Lunch 11:55 – 12:35
Period 6 12:40 –   2:15

Day 5

Early Release at 11:15 a.m.

  1. Memories of the year and celebration

Week of June 5 – 9, 2017

Please Note:  Special Schedule- Mon=X, Tues=Spec Y, Wed=Z, Thurs=6p., Fri.=6p.

Tuesday, Testing Late Arrival Special Schedule “Y” Day  

Testing 7:45 –        10:45
Period 1 10:50 –        11:25
Period 3 (and announcements) 11:30 –        12:10
Lunch 12:10 –        12:55
Period 4 1:00 –        1:35
Period 6 1:40 –        2:15

Day 1

  1. Video Notes:  The Century:  America, The Best Years:  1946 – 1952, The Century America 1946 Best YearsVideo Century America’s Best Years 1946-1952
  2. Video:  Brief history of the USSR
  3. Video Interviews with escapees from North Korean prison camps

Day 2

  1. PPT Notes:  Two Superpowers Face Off, Ch. 33.1 2 Superpowers Face Off W.S., PPTCh 33.1 Superpowers Face Off

Day 3

  1. Finish PPT Notes begun on Day 2
  2. Cold War World Map, Asia Outline MapCold War Asia Map Instructions

Day 4

  1. Video Notes:  The Century:  America, Unpinned 1965-1970, The Century America Unpinned 1965 to 1970Video: America Unpinned 1965-1970

 

May 29 – June 2, 2017

Please Note:  Monday is Memorial Day = No School

Friday, June 2, 2017, All missing work from 2nd semester due by 3:30 pm

Great Depression Recovery & WWII Portfolio due Friday, June 2, 2017 by 3:30 pm.

Current work (June 5 – 14, 2017)  due on day of Final Exam

Essential Question:  How was Nazi Germany able to kill 11 million civilians during WWII?

Day 1

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish Holocaust reading and worksheet begun last week
  3. Video Notes:  Auschwitz- If you cried, you died.Auschwitz Vid QuestVideo: Auschwitz-If you cried, you died

Essential Question:  What was the Cold War and how did it define international relations until 1991?

Day 2

  1. Current events
  2. Video Notes:  The Century America, the Best Years, 1946 – 1952, The Century America 1946 Best YearsThe Century, America Best Years
  3. PPT Notes:  Two Superpowers Face OffCh 33.1 Superpowers Face Of fCh. 33.1 2 Superpowers Face Off W.S.

Day 3

  1. Finish PPT Notes begun on previous day.
  2. Video:  Russian Civil War = Soviet Union
  3. Cold War MapCold War Asia Map InstructionsAsia Outline Map

2nd semester Missing Work due

Great Depression Recovery & WWII Portfolio due

 

May 22-26, 2017

Please Note: Special Schedule due to testing =             Mon-6p, Tues-6p,Wed-X, Thurs-Y, Fri-Z

Friday, June 2, 2017, All missing work from 2nd semester due by 3:30 pm

Great Depression Recovery & WWII Portfolio due Friday, June 2, 2017 by 3:30 pm.

Current work (June 5 – 14, 2017)  due on day of Final Exam

Essential Question:  How were the Allies able to defeat the Axis Powers and win WWII?

Day 1

  1. PPTNotes & Note Sheet:  Allies are Victorious, 32-4 The Allied VictoryNt Sheet Allies are Victorious

Day 2

  1. Finish PPTNotes & Note Sheet:  Allies are Victorious,
  2. Read & prep for Philosophical Chair=Should the US have dropped the atomic bomb?, Should the US have dropped the atomic bomb

Essential Question:  Should the US have dropped the atomic bomb?

Day 3

  1. Current Events
  2. Philosophical Chair:  Should the U.S. have dropped the atomic bomb?Philosophical Chair

Essential Question:  What were the experiences of the Jews and others deemed undesirable by the Nazi regime during the Holocaust?

Day 4

  1. Current Events
  2. Reading & Worksheet:  Holocaust, Holocaust ReadingW.H. Holocaust W.S.

 

May 15 – 19, 2017

Essential Question:  How was the U.S. able to combat the Japanese in the Pacific war theater?

Day 1

  1. Map & PPTNotes: Japan Strikes in the Pacific,Map of Pacific War Theater , 32.2 japan_s pacific campaign_new ppt, Nt Sheet Japan Strikes in the Pacific

Day 2

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish map and ppt. notes begun on Day 1
  3. DBQ:  Japanese American Internment, Internment Photos for AnalysisJapaneseAmericanInternment

Essential Question:  What was the American response to Japanese American Internment?

Day 3

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish DBQ:  Japanese American Internment, JapaneseAmericanInternmentInternment Photos for Analysis

Day 4

  1. PPTNotes:  The Allies are Victorious, Nt Sheet Allies are Victorious , Nt Sheet Allies are Victorious,32-4 The Allied Victory

May 8 – 12, 2017

Essential Question:  How did Nazi Germany reverse losses from the Versailles Treaty?

Day 1

  1.  Finish Video Notes:  Over the Edge begun on Day 4 of previous week
  2. PPT Notes:  Appeasement, AppeasementWSPPTNotesAppeasement Trying to Keep the Peace

Day 2

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish PPT Notes:  Appeasement
  3. Begin DBQ:  Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?

Essential Question:  Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?

Day 3

  1. Current Events
  2. DBQ:  Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?  No electronic version available.  Please see the teacher.

Day 4

  1. DBQ:  Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor? Claim/Evidence Statement, CEFrameWhyJapanAttacked Pearl Harbor

 

May 1 – 5, 2017

Essential Question:  Was the New Deal a success or failure?

Day 1

  1. Finish Ch 23, Section 1 W.S. begun previous week.
  2. PPT Notes:  The New Deal (written on SAC W.S.)

Day 2

  1. Current Events
  2. SAC:  Was the New Deal a success or failure?StudPack SACWas NewDeal SuccessorfailureDocpackWas NewDealSuccessorFailure

Day 3

  1. Current Events
  2. SAC:  Teams present chosen position, New Deal SAC Graphic Organizer
  3. Write a claim evidence statement using data from team presentations, Frame NewDeal SACd

Essential Question:  How was Hitler able to gain control of the German government and its people?

Day 4

  1. Complete Timeline:  Hitler’s Rise to Power,Std Timeline of theHitler’s Rise to powercx & Pol & Econ Sytem WS
  2. Video Notes:  Over the Edge, VideoAmerica’s Time Over the EdgeVideoNtsOvertheEdge

 

 

April 24 – 28, 2017

Please Note:  Special Schedule Mon=X, Tues=Y, Wed=Z, Thurs=X,Fri=Early Release 3,6

Essential Question:  In hard economic times, people cut back on consumption.  How could that action make people worse off overall?

Day 1

  1.  Complete Great Depression Simulation begun on Friday of previous week

Day 2

  1. Open Note Unit Assessment-Imperialism, WWI, & Great Depression

Essential Question:  Did the New Deal reverse the negative effects of the great depression?

Day 3

  1. Imperialism, WWI, and Great Depression portfolio submission
  2. New Unit Table of Contents:  New Deal Recovery & WWII, Recovery Great Dep and WWI
  3. Ch. 23, Section 1 W.S. , New Deal Worksheet
  4. SAC:  Was the New Deal a Success or Failure?

 

 

April 10 – 14, 2017

 

Essential Question:  Why were the 1920’s turbulent?

Day 1

  1. U.S. Map practice #2
  2. Debrief Treaty of Versailles & U.S. rejection of League of Nations
  3. View video, PBS: The Great Depression  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ_lizW5zSI,  & Complete Video/Discussion Notes, Great Depression Film Notes-Discussion QsNts Economic Systems and timeline

Day 2

    1. Current Events
    2. Continue Day 1 video & Notes on the Great Depression

 

Day 3

  1. Current Events
  2. U.S. State Map Test #1
  3. Finish Great Depression Video Notes

Day 4

  1. Begin viewing of , “Cinderella Man” and  completing Story Map, Story Map