Classwork: Today we took brief notes on the New Deal Programs. I introduced the New Deal Research/Presentation assignment. Any remaining class time was used as a work period.
Classwork: Today you visited different stations in the classroom which represented different states that were impacted by the Great Depression and took notes. If you were absent, please read Ch 32 in the textbook for content.
Classwork: Today we played kahoot to review for finals. I also collected your GD InfoGraphic
Sem 1 Finals Kahoot
Homework:Study for finals
Classwork: Today we finished watching the Dust Bowl documentary and discussed the impact it had on the US. The rest of class was used to study for finals or work on the infographic assignment.
Homework: InfoGraphic due by Monday
Classwork: Today we continued watching the Ken Burns Dust Bowl documentary.
Classwork: Today we took notes on the Dust Bowl and started watching the Ken Burns Dust Bowl documentary
No School Today. I encourage you to take time out of your weekend to reflect on the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as well as other past and current individuals who are fighting to promote civil rights and end racism.
Classwork: Today we reviewed for our unit test. If you missed class due to the 5K - Please ensure you review on your own time. Kahoot Review
Homework: Study for Test. 1920s Tournament Bracket due tomorrow
Classwork: Today you used class to finish the 1920s Tournament Bracket assignment and justifications to analyze the most impact events of the 20s. If any time was left in class it was used as a study period for our upcoming test.
Classwork: Today we reviewed the economy of the 1920s. I introduced the 1920s tournament bracket assignment and gave you class time.
Classwork: Today we discussed the Red Scare of the 1920s and the rise of the threat of communism. I introduced the Red Scare S.A.C. assignment and the rest of class was work time.
Prep Sheet for the S.A.C.
Primary Sources - Red Scare
Homework: Women in 1920s Research due tomorrow. Make sure S.A.C. Prep sheet is done for class tomorrow. You need to have a printed version for class.
Classwork: Today we discussed the rise of consumerism in the 1920s and analyzed different ads for the new products in society.
Friday 12/6: Modern v. Traditional Notes (CH. 29)
Semester 2 Final
Civil Rights -1960s
JFk - LBJ
Semester 1 - Finals
Turn of the Century
Colonial America/New Nation