CALENDAR GH3 - CARR

Week 10 February 20 - 24, 2017

Monday, February 20

  • show grades / discuss missing work
  • Notes: social movements general + students movements
  • Research:
    • What is a “hippy”?  Find multiple definitions? Are you a hippy?  Why or why not?
    • What is counter-culture?  How is it the same / different than being a hippy?
  • Woodstock vid: country Joe McDonold / Hendrix

Tuesday, February 21

  • Warm Up: Define the following terms:
    1. Conformity:
    2. Mainstream culture:
    3. Traditional Values:
    4. What are 3 traditional American Values
    5. How do you or do you NOT represent these terms?  Should society “conform”?  Why or why not?

  • Finish Counter Culture Slides

Wednesday, February 22

  • Social movement methods notes
  • Beatnik / Hippie activity

Thursday, February 23

  • Did you turn in Actvity #1 on Unit 3? Due last Friday! Graded assignment!
  • Finish Beatnik / Hippie Activity
  • Songs Activity - will turn in tomorrow - due beginning of period

Friday, February 24

  • Song Activity Share
  • 60's article
  • Social Movement assignment

 

 

Week 9 February 13 - 17, 2017

Monday, February 13

  • Turn in My Lai video and article questions
  • Vietnam Unit test study guide
  • Notes
  • Tug o war? (can't find rope!)

Tuesday, February 14

  • Warm UP # 15: Describe each: Americanization, Pacification and Vietnamization. Which strategy or strategies do you think are most appropriate for the U.S. to use today when dealing with unstable, war-torn countries?
  • Notes - through end of war
  • Text Activity

Wednesday, February 15

  • Finish fall of Saigon slide + video (per. 2)
  • How recover from Vietnam? (sports team analogy - you thought you were going to win???)
  • Study time/questions/jeopardy?

Thursday, February 16

  • Vietnam Unit Test
  • Social Movement Activity (#1 under Unit 3)

Friday, February 17

  • Finish social movement activity

A journey through the 60's

http://americanhistory.si.edu/lisalaw/1.htm

 

 

Week 8 February 6 - 10, 2017

Monday, February 6

  • Warm Up #13: Discuss 2 reasons for and against U.S. military involvement in Vietnam.Quiz tmrw! See study guide
  • Objective: Describe challenges (social, political, military) of fighting in Vietnam
  • Text Activity 786 - 790

Tuesday, February 7

  • Vietnam Quiz 2
  • Vietnam Text Questions #5 (see assignment list)

Wednesday, February 8

  • Notes
  • My Lai Activity
  • paragraph fixes? (time + explanation - what is evidence?)

Thursday, February 9

  • Discuss purpose of My Lai Video. Disclaimer: This video does not reresent the military, it is but an event that stands out in the public eye and has an impact upon public perception of war.
  • Finish My Lai Video
  • Review Questions
  • My Lai article

Friday, February 10

  • Warm Up #14: Can you commit murder during war? Do you think soldiers should be help accountable (punished) for certain acts that take place during war? Consider what combat does to humans and how that might change and affect a person.
  • Finish My Lai article questions - class discussion (students turn in)
  • Notes
  • hand back shortanswer to test, review answers
  • paragraph fixes? (time + explanation - what is evidence?)

 

 

Week 7 January 30 - February 3

Monday, January 30

  • Gulf of Tonkin Activity
    • Review Answers to Gof T activity
    • Group Activity
    • Individual Paragraph
  • per.2 did not finish

Tuesday, January 31

  • Text Activity
  • G of T video analysis

Wednesday, February 1

  • finish 2nd vid, watch 3rd
  • review answers
  • paragraph prompt - see assignment # 8, unit 2

Thursday, February 2

  • Warm Up #11 Put the following events in order on a timeline:
    •  Congress Passes Gulf of Tonkin Resolution: gives Johnson the power to make war without having to get a vote in Congress (keys to the military)
    • U.S. supports S. Vietnam with $, weapons and advisors
    • Prez Johnson and team create a resolution to use military force in Vietnam
    •   Dien Bien Phu (French defeated in Vietnam),
    • South Vietnamese President Assassinated (Ngo Dinh Diem)
    •  U.S. Warships attacked in Gulf of Tonkin
    •  U.S. bombs North Vietnam
  • Vietnam text activity #3

Friday, February 3

  • Warm Up #12: Compare and contrast the Vietminh and the Vietcong.  How are they similar?  How are they different?
  • Notes (through doves) (silent debate period 3)
  • Text Activity #4

 

Week 6 January 23 - 27, 2017

Monday, January 23

  • Warm Up #8: How does a nation or country win a war? Create a list. What does it mean to win?
  • Review writing sample techniques (statement of purpose, evidence vs claim, sourcing, benefits of communism)
  • Quiz topics (see assignment list)
  • Notes: resistance (french, Japansese)
  • Video - intro Vietnam War

Tuesday, January 24

  • Communism/Colonialism practice quiz
    • Why did the United States fear communism?
    • 2. Why do the Vietnamese dislike capitalism?
    • 3. Who is communism appealing to? Why?
  • Notes - French/Vietnam war
  • battle of Dien Bien Phu + vid

Wednesday, January 25

  • Communism / Colonialism Quiz
  • Text Activity (see assignment list #5)

Thursday, January 26

  • Warm Up # 9: What repercussions (effects from something - problems) might arise when a ruling power leaves a country?What challenges might Vietnam have faced when the French left?
  • Work time (10 min. finish text questions from yesterday)
  • Notes: slides 15-20)
  • burning monk - protest in Vietnam

Friday, January 27

  • Gulf of Tonkin Activity
    • hand out packet -
    • review timeline, examine documents
    • Read guiding questions
    • Group Activity

 

Week 5 January 16 - 20, 2017

Monday, January 16

  • No School - MLK Day

Tuesday, January 17

  • No School - Snow Closure

Wednesday, January 18

  • Warm Up #8: Is war a useful tool for nations to use to achieve their goals? Why or why not?
  • Review Vietnam Mini Research Activity #3
  • Notes - Vietnam early history (use 14b)

Thursday, January 19

  • Warm Up # 7: Why do nations go to war? Make a list of 3-5 reasons with explanation.
  • Notes: GH2 Review
  • Effects of French Colonialism in Vietnam Activity - model first paragraph

Friday, January 20

  • Effects of French Colonialism in Vietnam Activity - turn in paragraph at end of period
Week 4 January 9 - 13, 2017

Monday, January 9

  • 2 Hour Delay
  • Finish student GH2 review (select topics)
  • Notes: GH2 Review

Tuesday, January 10

  • No School - Snow Closure

Wednesday, January 11

  • No School - Snow Closure

Thursday, January 12

  • Warm Up # 7: Why do nations go to war? Make a list of 3-5 reasons with explanation.
  • Notes: GH2 Review
  • Mini Research Activity 3- See # 7 on assignment list

Friday, January 13

  • No School
Week 3 January 2 - 6, 2017

Monday, January 2
No School - holiday

Tuesday, January 3

  • Slow start - purpose of our work - TO FIND ANSWERS AND TRUTH
  • Source Evaluation - Activity (evaluating sources #4 on assignment list)

Wednesday, January 4

  • No School - snow day

Thursday, January 5

  • Warm Up # 6: What is war?  Who has the power to make war?  Who has the power to make war in the U.S.?  Give an example of a war.
  • Notes - Communism
  • Mini Research Activity 2- See # 6 on assignment list (who, what, when, where, why)

Friday, January 6

  • Group Share (like groups / mixed groups)
  • Class review

GH2 review notes

 

  • Writing a source practice?
  • Communism research activity (review your answers / partner share / group share)
  • Communism Notes
  • Mini Research Activity #2

 

Topics:

1. McCarthyism/Red Scare
2. Korean War
3. Civil Rights
4. Space Race/Arms Race
5. The Great Society
6. Cuban Missile Crisis

 

 

Week 2 December 12-16, 2016

Monday, December 12

  • Warm up #4 - Alan Watts Culture Video - Write down adjectives he uses to describe Americans. Do you agree with what Alan Watts has to say about American culture? Why or why not?

    “Trying to define yourself is like trying to bite your own teeth” - Alan Watts

  • Notes - Why Study History + Historical Analysis
  • mini research Activity #1 see assignment list (did not finish)

Tuesday, December 13

  • Warm Up #5: What is the role or duty of government to it's citizens? What kinds of things should government do for the people of a country? What should government NOT do?
  • Finish Communism mini research activity
  • Notes - communism (did not do)

Wednesday, December 14

  • No School - snow day

Thursday, December 15

  • No School - snow day

Friday, December 16

  • No School - snow day
Week 1 December 4 - 9, 2016

Monday, December 4

Tuesday, December 5

  • Seating Chart
  • Why study history - article analysis (group report out)
  • Class Report out + notes


Wednesday, December 6

  • Warm Up: (brief guide to how to set up/model): List what you know about the attack on Pearl Harbor
  • Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary Activity - analyzing source material

Thursday, December 7

  • Warm Up #2: What are the responsibilities of a U.S. citizen?
  • Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary Activity - analyzing source material (show overhead questions, give students links to work with)
  • Walk through process
  • lunchroom fight activity (per1)


Friday, December 5

  • lunchroom fight: historical analysis activity - handout activity, form groups, report out
  • class rules?
  • Warm Up: In your opinion, what does it mean to be an American? How would you describe an American? How do you think others would describe and American? Class discussion.
  • Get text books!

Next week:
Finish why study history notes

~examine reasons from slide (per. 4)
History in world of work article (rewrite?)

~Lunchroom fight
~History Def notes + source notes
~which source is better
Writing sample for Slg goals