Monday, March 23, 2020

Note: Test on the Changing Society, and essential questions due on Monday, March 23rd

Friday, March 13, 2020

  1. Discuss 11th Grade U.S. History Research Paper (Due Tuesday, April 14th)

  2. Check Google Classroom for Updates during School Closure (Homework)

Thursday, March 12, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What was the impact of Betty Friedan's book The Feminine Mystique?
    2. What were the National Organization For Women's goals?

  2. Lesley Gore--You Don't Own Me, Helen Reddy--I Am Woman, and Cyndi Lauper--Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
    Listen to songs

  3. Women's Rights Movement--Now
    Take Notes

  4. "Women's March Movement: What's Next and Can the Momentum Last?" Article
    Read article (Google Classroom) and answer questions

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. What conditions did Native Americans face coming out of the Termination Policy?
    2. What was the American Indian Movement and what did it advocate?

  2. Women's Rights Movement--Then
    Take Notes

  3. Women in the 1950s Document Analysis
    Use the documents (Google Classroom) to fill out the analysis worksheet

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How did Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society” affect immigration?
    2. How effective was the “War on Poverty”?

  2. Department Close Reading Benchmark #3

Monday, March 9, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How could the Stonewall Riots be considered the start of the LGTBQ Rights Movement?
    2. How did the Supreme Court ensure more rights for the LGTBQ community?

  2. Native American Rights Movement
    Take Notes

  3. Clip from Unfinished Nation: Determined to be Heard Video

  4. Clip from The Daily Show Video
    Washington Redskins nickname controversy

  5. Cool Down Questions
    1. Should sports teams with potentially offensive mascots/nicknames change them? Why or why not?

Friday, March 6, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. Name the Supreme Court case that established the following:
      1. People accused of a crime have a right to an attorney, even if they cannot afford one.
      2. All suspects must be read their rights before questioning.
      3. Evidence obtained illegally cannot be used in court.
      4. People have the right to have an attorney during police questioning.
    2. Which case do you think was the most important? Why?

  2. LGBTQ Rights Movement
    Take Notes

  3. AARP: 70 Years Of the Gay Rights Movement Video

  4. Cool Down Questions
    1. The LGBTQ movement made a lot of gains during the last several years. In what areas have they still fallen short?

Thursday, March 5, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. How did Franklin Roosevelt influence Lyndon Johnson?
    2. What happened in the election of 1964?

  2. Great Society
    Take Notes

  3. Clip from America in the 20th Century: The Sixties Video

  4. Warren Court Decisions
    Using information sheets (Google Classroom) fill out the chart

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

  1. Warm Up Questions
    1. Why did Kennedy have trouble enacting his New Frontier proposals?
    2. What was the task of the Warren Commission?

  2. Finish Clip from Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy Video

  3. Clip from Stay Tuned Video

  4. Policies of Johnson
    Take Notes

  5. Election of 1964 Campaign Commercials

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

  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. Finish ESPN Classic Remembers: After Jackie Video
    Answer questions

  3. Kennedy's New Frontier
    Take Notes

  4. Clip from Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy Video

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