Week of 11/29/16: United States History

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Important Dates:  Dec. 2 1960’s – Cold War Vocab Quiz / Dec. 8 Cold War – 1960’s Test

EOC is Dec. 12-13 (20% of your total average) – each student has been given a Study Guide, copy of the standards,  and Pacing Guide

EOC review will begin MONDAY NOV. 28

  • room 9122
  • 7:45 am – 8:10 am
  • covering 4 standards each day – see pacing guide for specific dates and standards covered for each session.
  • we will have in class “standards quizzes” that are review for the EOC.

Monday:  Go over most missed midterm questions / return copy of the midterm / Notes:  Cold War / Review standard “quiz” 1 /

Tuesday:  Notes:  Cold War Conflicts / Cold War Chart chart /

Wednesday:  Notes:  Kennedy – Johnson /  Go over and give back Colonization – Revolution Test /  Review standard “quiz” 2 / Visual Vocab

Thursday:  Notes:  Civil Rights Notes  /  * may do review quiz 3 today due to lab tomorrow / Civil Rights Chart

Friday:  Cold War – 1960’s Vocab Quiz / Notes:  Nixon Notes  / Review Standard “quiz” 3 / Lab Day – EOC practice test

Notes for the Unit:

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cold-war-conflicts

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civil-rights

Nixon – may have to fit into the next unit.  Depends on time and pace

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WW1 – WW2 Test

MERRITT

TUCKER

CALDWELL

FREEMAN

ADAMS

ABRAMS

SAMANIE

BROADHEAD

BRADLEY

PRIEST

YOKELY

FULLER

KEHOE

SSUSH20 The student will analyze the domestic and international impact of the Cold War on the United States.

SSUSH21 The student will explain the impact of technological development and economic growth on the United States, 1945-1975.

SSUSH22 The student will identify dimensions of the Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1970.

SSUSH23 The student will describe and assess the impact of political developments between 1945 and 1970.

SSUSH24 The student will analyze the impact of social change movements and organizations of the 1960s.

Thanksgiving Break Week – US History End of the Semester Information

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Enjoy your break.  Happy Thanksgiving to all.  Things get crazy when we come back.  Crunch Time is upon us

Important Dates after the break:

Dec. 2 1960’s Vocab Quiz

Dec. 8 Cold War – 1960’s Test

Dec. 12-13 EOC – 20% of your total grade (this IS your “final”)

Dec. 19  Modern Era Essay Due

Dec. 20 & 21  Modern America Test (Nixon – Present Day) – this is a UNIT Test during “exam” days

Below is EOC / End of Semester information

EOC Study Guideeoct-study-guide

End of Semester Pacing Guideus-history-end-of-semester-pacingf16

EOC quizlet:  https://quizlet.com/168063674/us-eoc-2016-2017-flash-cards/    (copy and paste this into your browser)

EOC review will begin MONDAY NOV. 28

  • room 9122
  • 7:45 am – 8:10 am
  • covering 4 standards each day – see pacing guide for specific dates and standards covered for each session.
  • we will have in class “standards quizzes” that are review for the EOC.

United States History: week of 11/14/16

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Upcoming Dates:  Jefferson – Roosevelt Essay Due 11/17  /  WWI-WWII Test 11/18

Here is the pacing guide I’ve put together from this point until the end of the semester.

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Please note that the EOC is Dec. 12&13.  The EOC is 20% of your TOTAL grade / average.  The test is in 2 parts.  Roughly 40 questions each day.

EOC study guide:  eoct-study-guide

EOC quizlet:  https://quizlet.com/168063674/us-eoc-2016-2017-flash-cards/

EOC review will begin MONDAY NOV. 28

  • room 9122
  • 7:45 am – 8:10 am
  • covering 4 standards each day – see pacing guide for specific dates and standards covered for each session.
  • we will have in class “standards quizzes” that are review for the EOC.

Monday:  Notes:  WWI part 2 & 1920’s / giving out WWI-WWII study guide / 1920’s chart

Tuesday:   Notes:  Great Depression & New Deal / Depression – WW2 vocab

Wednesday:  Notes:  Causes of WWII / America Story of Us / WW2 people chart

Thursday:  Essay DUE!!!!!  / Notes:  Europe and Pacific War & America During WWII / Review / Presidents

Friday:  WWI-WWII Test / Cold War – 1960’s Vocab /  Quilet is posted on KELLY DICKMANN’s blog

https://quizlet.com/168071396/wwi-wwii-study-guide-flash-cards/

Notes:

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SSUSH15 The student will analyze the origins and impact of U.S. involvement in World War I.

SSUSH16 The student will identify key developments in the aftermath of WW I.

SSUSH17 The student will analyze the causes and consequences of the Great Depression.

SSUSH18 The student will describe Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal as a response to the depression and compare the ways governmental programs aided those in need.

SSUSH19 The student will identify the origins, major developments, and the domestic impact of World War II, especially the growth of the federal government.

 

United States History: week of 11/7/16

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Important Dates:

  • Nov. 10:  Imperialism – Progressives Vocab Quiz (Quizlet on Mrs. Dickmann Blog / “support services”)
  • Nov. 11:  Imperialism – Progressives Notes Quiz (no test for this unit, it is short so we are doing a 25 question notes quiz)
  • Nov. 18:  WWI – WWII Test (no vocab quiz, it will have a section for it on the test)
  • Nov. 11:  Jefferson / Roosevelt Political Cartoon Essay assigned
  • Nov. 17:  Political Cartoon Essay due / start of class

Monday:  WU#4  / Notes:  Imperialism / Visual Vocab

  • WU#4 – pg. 589 – Map Skills #2-3

Tuesday:  NO SCHOOL – ELECTION DAY

Wednesday:  Wu#5  / Notes:  Square Deal / Imperialism Chart

  • WU#5 – pg. 608 – Map Skills #2-3
  • Vocab Quiz Tomorrow – go to Mrs. Dickmann’s blog for “quizlet” under “support services”

Thursday:  Vocab Quiz / Notes:  Progressive Presidents / Progressives Chart

Friday:  Notes Quiz / Notes:  Causes of WWI  / WWI-WWII vocab (2 parts / 2 grades / 1st part today)

 

SSUSH13 The student will identify major efforts to reform American society and politics in the Progressive Era.

United States History: week of 10/31

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Important Dates:  Friday 11/4 Mid Term Exam

  • will / can replace your LOWEST test score
  • results will be posted in Synergy / weighted as ZERO
  • will hold the score until end of semester once all tests are completed
  • this score will be used to help determine who will/ may need extra help in prepping for the EOC

Monday:  Notes- West – Industry / Haunted History of Halloween

Tuesday: Notes – West / Men Who Built America – Rockefeller / Imperialism – Progressive Vocab

Wednesday:  Notes- Populism / Men Who Built America – Carnegie / Mid Term Study Guide Q&A / Political Cartoon

Thursday:  Notes – Populism / Men Who Built America – Morgan / Mid Term Study Guide Q&A / People Chart

Friday:  Mid Term Exam

SSUSH11 The student will describe the economic, social, and geographic impact of the growth of big business and technological innovations after Reconstruction.

SSUSH12 The student will analyze important consequences of American industrial growth.

SSUSH13 The student will identify major efforts to reform American society and politics in the Progressive Era.

 

Notes:

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