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U.S. History - Period 6-Sanford 2020-2021 Assignments

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FINAL IN CLASS ESSAY  in Google Classroom

FINAL IN CLASS ESSAY

Prompt:  How did the US become a more conservative and politically divided nation after 1968?

Please see the attached directions for the IN-CLASS WRITE (100 Summative Points)
Turned in on Google Classroom AND Turnitin.com      
Turnitin.com Login Info

Period 2 Class ID: 27563914
Enrollment Key: solisp2

Period 6 Class ID: 27563924
Enrollment Key: solisp6

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Conservative Issues Case Study #3: The Rise of the Religious Right in Google Classroom

Conservative Issues Case Study #3: The Rise of the Religious Right

Last in-class assignment of the year! Double Points! Film is linked in the slides :)

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Conservative Issues Case Study #2: Suburbanization and the Sun Belt in Google Classroom

Conservative Issues Case Study #2: Suburbanization and the Sun Belt

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HW: Textbook Topic 11.1 “The Conservative Movement Surges” in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 11.1 “The Conservative Movement Surges”

Read the Textbook, Topic 11.1 “The Conservative Movement Surges”(pages 670-675) 
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)



LAST HOMEWORK OF THE YEAR! FINISH STRONG!

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HW: Textbook Topic 11.2 “The Reagan Era”  in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 11.2 “The Reagan Era”

Read the Textbook, Topic 11.2 “The Reagan Era” (pages 676-683)
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)



LAST HOMEWORK OF THE YEAR! FINISH STRONG!

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Conservative Case Study #1: Busing in Google Classroom

Conservative Case Study #1: Busing

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Edpuzzle - Crash Course: Conservatism in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - Crash Course: Conservatism

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1970s Conservative Rising: Race, Rights, and Taxes Jigsaw in Google Classroom

1970s Conservative Rising: Race, Rights, and Taxes Jigsaw

10 points for slides, 10 points for completed note-taking guide.


On the note-taking guide, 1 bullet point per box. Summarize the information on the slides in your own words.

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HW: Textbook Topic 10.5 “The Two Sides of the Nixon Presidency” in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 10.5 “The Two Sides of the Nixon Presidency”

Read the Textbook, Topic 10.5 “The Two Sides of the Nixon Presidency” (pages 636-646)
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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1968: The Year That Shaped a Generation in Google Classroom

1968: The Year That Shaped a Generation

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HW: Textbook Topic 10.3 “Expanding the Push for Equality”  in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 10.3 “Expanding the Push for Equality”

Read the Textbook, Topic 10.3 “Expanding the Push for Equality” (pages 624-629)
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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Unit 8: Civil Rights Unit Summative in Google Classroom

Unit 8: Civil Rights Unit Summative

Both the multiple-choice and HAT are due by the end of the period!

Step 1. Use the link to Illuminate below to access the multiple-choice.
Step 2. Complete and submit the HAT.

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The United Farmworkers Movement in Google Classroom

The United Farmworkers Movement

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Mendez v. Westminster in Google Classroom

Mendez v. Westminster

Read the background on the doc, then use the film clip to answer the questions.

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HW: Textbook Topic 10.2 “The Women’s Rights Movement

HW: Textbook Topic 10.2 “The Women’s Rights Movement"

Read the Textbook, Topic 10.2 “The Women’s Rights Movement”(pages 618-622) 
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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The Women's Movement: Female Activists Press Conference in Google Classroom

The Women's Movement: Female Activists Press Conference

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The Anti-War Movement in Google Classroom

The Anti-War Movement

Slides for context and documents to complete the graphic organizer. Songs are embedded in the slides :)

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HW :Textbook Topic 8.4 “Kennedy’s Reforms” in Google Classroom

HW :Textbook Topic 8.4 “Kennedy’s Reforms”

Read the Textbook, Topic 8.4 “Kennedy’s Reforms”(pages 545-550)
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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HW: Textbook Topic 8.5 “Reform Under Johnson”  in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 8.5 “Reform Under Johnson”

Read the Textbook, Topic 8.5 “Reform Under Johnson” (pages 553-559)
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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Origins of The Vietnam War: The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution  in Google Classroom

Origins of The Vietnam War: The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

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The Black Panther Party Mixer  in Google Classroom

The Black Panther Party Mixer

Instructions for the mixer located in the slides.


Must have a minimum of 5 mixer questions complete. Reflection questions are homework due Monday night!

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Edpuzzle - LBJ in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - LBJ

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HW: Textbook Topic 8.3 “Successes and Setbacks”


 in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 8.3 “Successes and Setbacks”

- Read the Textbook,  8.3 “Successes and Setbacks”(pages 536-544) 
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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The Selma Campaign and Voting Rights Act of 1965 (Eyes on the Prize) in Google Classroom

The Selma Campaign and Voting Rights Act of 1965 (Eyes on the Prize)

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SNCC and Sit Ins  in Google Classroom

SNCC and Sit Ins

Watch the clip embedded in the slides and complete the questions.

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Letter From A Birmingham Jail in Google Classroom

Letter From A Birmingham Jail

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HW: Textbook Topic 8.2 “The Movement Surges Forward”

 in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 8.2 “The Movement Surges Forward”

- Read the Textbook, Topic 8.2 “The Movement Surges Forward”(pages 527-533) 
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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The Montgomery Bus Boycott in Google Classroom

The Montgomery Bus Boycott

Use the documents located in the Slides to complete the graphic organizer.

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Overview and Context of the Freedom Movement/ EMMETT TILL  in Google Classroom

Overview and Context of the Freedom Movement/ EMMETT TILL

Slides will provide context as to why the Civil Rights Movement, or the Freedom Movement, emerges after WWII. After, we will watch a short section of the film "Eyes on the Prize" on the murder of a young teen named Emmett Till.

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HW: Textbook Topic 7.7 “Social Issues of the 1950s” in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 7.7 “Social Issues of the 1950s”

- Read the Textbook, Topic 7.7 “Social Issues of the 1950s” (pages 502-507)
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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HW: Textbook Topic 8.1 “Civil  Rights Movement Strengthens”
 in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 8.1 “Civil Rights Movement Strengthens”

- Read the Textbook, Topic 8.1 “Civil Rights Movement Strengthens” (pages 520-526)
- Take 1 FULL page of notes based on reading
- Handwritten preferred! (If typed, use 12 pt. font and bullet points)

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The Other 1950s: Marginalized Group Presentations in Google Classroom

The Other 1950s: Marginalized Group Presentations

Upload 1 presentation per group :)

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Edpuzzle - Civil Rights Crash Course in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - Civil Rights Crash Course

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Late Cold War Events in Google Classroom

Late Cold War Events

See slide 2 for instructions.

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Unit 7: Cold War HAT Summative in Google Classroom

Unit 7: Cold War HAT Summative

Due by the end of the period. Please respond using COMPLETE SENTENCES!

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Cold War Case Study: Cuban Missile Crisis in Google Classroom

Cold War Case Study: Cuban Missile Crisis

You ONLY need to complete part 1 of the GO :)

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Cold War Case Study: Iran  in Google Classroom

Cold War Case Study: Iran

Documents are located in the Google Slides :)

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The Global Cold War: Decolonization and the Third World Way Overview in Google Classroom

The Global Cold War: Decolonization and the Third World Way Overview

HW Directions: After reviewing the Decolonization SLIDES, use the Decolonization reading to complete the questions on the Graphic Organizer. Be sure to read in its entirety and respond in full sentences for full credit. The organizer format matches the sections and questions in the reading. Please respond using your own words. Due Friday.

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Cold War Case Study: Guatemala  in Google Classroom

Cold War Case Study: Guatemala

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American Anti-Communism During the Cold War in Google Classroom

American Anti-Communism During the Cold War

Slides and documents for today's lesson on anti-communism during the Cold War. Were American anti-communist actions justified during the Cold War?

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Extra Credit: US History Vibe Check in Google Classroom

Extra Credit: US History Vibe Check

Complete this form honestly to provide some valuable feedback and/or send me a last message!

You will also receive extra credit points. Due by Friday!

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HW: Textbook Topic 7.4 + 7.5 - The Cold War at Home in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 7.4 + 7.5 - The Cold War at Home

Read textbook section 7.4 “Cold War Fears at Home” (pgs. 481 - 486) and section 7.5 “Postwar Prosperity” (pgs. 487- 494) to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions, or use Cornell notes.

Due Friday 3/12 at the start of class.

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HW: Textbook Topic 7.3

HW: Textbook Topic 7.3 "The Cold War Intensifies"

Instructions: Read textbook section 7.3 (pgs. 475 - 480) entirely to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions, or use Cornell notes.

Due Monday 3/8 at the start of class.

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Cold War Culture in Google Classroom

Cold War Culture

Slides and Google Form for today's lesson on Cold War Culture and the cultural differences between America and Soviet Russia.

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Edpuzzle - The Atomic Cafe in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle - The Atomic Cafe

Watch the video clip from the documentary film Atomic Cafe, then answer the two open-ended questions.

USE MULTIPLE, COMPLETE SENTENCES! Otherwise, you will be marked down. If you need to rewatch, please do so.

Don’t forget to submit. Enjoy!

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The Century: America's Time - Best Years (1946-1952) in Google Classroom

The Century: America's Time - Best Years (1946-1952)

Slides, guided questions, and video clips for today's lesson on how the early Cold War affected the US and the world.

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HW: Textbook Topic 7.1

HW: Textbook Topic 7.1 "The Beginning of the Cold War"

Instructions: Read textbook section 7.1 (pgs. 464 - 469) entirely to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions, or use Cornell notes.

Due Monday 3/1 at the start of class.

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The Origins of the Cold War in Google Classroom

The Origins of the Cold War

Who started the Cold War? The US, or the Soviet Union? Slides and document packet for today's activity where we will try to answer that question!

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The Atomic Bomb in Google Classroom

The Atomic Bomb

Slides and worksheet for today's mini-lesson on the Atomic Bomb. Activity instructions on slide 14.

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Contrasting Cold War Values in Google Classroom

Contrasting Cold War Values

Slides and Google Form for today's activity on the competing values of the US and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.

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Unit 6: WWII Exam HAT in Google Classroom

Unit 6: WWII Exam HAT

Use the document and your knowledge of history and historical thinking to answer the questions that follow. Use complete sentences, and read the questions carefully!

Due at midnight tonight!

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America and the Holocaust in Google Classroom

America and the Holocaust

Why didn't the US respond to the Holocaust? Teacher Slides, Student reading and Slides, and graphic organizer for today's lesson on the US reaction to the atrocities of the Holocaust.

* Some graphic images in teacher Slides

5 pts. for slide, 10 pts. for graphic organizer

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HW: Textbook Topic 6.6 + 6.7 - The Atomic Bomb and the Holocaust in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 6.6 + 6.7 - The Atomic Bomb and the Holocaust

Read textbook section 6.6 pages 431 - 433 ONLY and the ENTIRE section 6.7 (pgs. 434 -439) to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions, or use Cornell notes.

Due at the start of class.

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The Zoot Suit Riots in Google Classroom

The Zoot Suit Riots

Lecture slides, Google Form (for question responses) and Student Packet for today's 2-part activity on the Zoot Suit Riots that took place in Los Angeles.

5 pts for question responses on Google Form, 10 pts. for document activity.

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Japanese Internment in Google Classroom

Japanese Internment

Slides and documents for today's lesson on Japanese interment.

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WWII Homefront in Google Classroom

WWII Homefront

Slides, guided questions and PDF for today's flipped lesson on the WWII homefront in America. Use all 3 to complete the activity. See full instructions on slide 4.

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HW: Textbook Topic 6.3, 6.5 and 6.8 - US Mobilization and Homefront During WWII  in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 6.3, 6.5 and 6.8 - US Mobilization and Homefront During WWII

Read the pages listed on the worksheet in TB sections 6.3, 6.5 and 6.8 to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions.

Due at the start of class.

Note: You do NOT need to read the full chapters to complete this HW. See page numbers on document.

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WWII Minority Soldier's Experience in Google Classroom

WWII Minority Soldier's Experience

Slides, graphic organizer and documents for today's "station rotation" lesson on the experiences of minority soldiers fighting in WWII. See slide 7 + 8 for full instructions.

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HW: Textbook Topic 6.2

HW: Textbook Topic 6.2 "America Debates Involvement"

Read textbook section 6.2 (pages 390 - 398) to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions, or use Cornell notes. Due Friday, Jan. 29 at the start of class.

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HW: Textbook Topic 6.1

HW: Textbook Topic 6.1 "Rise of Aggressive Dictators"

Read textbook section 6.1 (pages 382 - 389) to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions, or use Cornell notes. Due Wednesday, Jan. 27 at the start of class.

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Using Hindsight to Prevent WWII  in Google Classroom

Using Hindsight to Prevent WWII

Apologies for repost!

Slides and worksheet for today's lesson introducing WWII and discussing the events leading up to the outbreak of the war.

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Fall Semester Final Exam Pt. 1 - HATs in Google Classroom

Fall Semester Final Exam Pt. 1 - HATs

Complete both of these HATs as part of your fall semester final. Each HAT is worth 50 summative points. USE MULTIPLE COMPLETE SENTENCES and refer to your own work and historical background knowledge to complete.

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HW: Textbook Topic 5.5

HW: Textbook Topic 5.5 "Effects of the New Deal"

Read textbook section 5.5 (pages 356 - 363) to identify and answer the following questions. Use complete sentences for full credit. You can always add more notes beyond the questions, or use Cornell notes.

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New Deal or Raw Deal? Criticism of the New Deal from the Political Left and Right in Google Classroom

New Deal or Raw Deal? Criticism of the New Deal from the Political Left and Right

Slides, graphic organizer and documents for today's lesson on the shortcomings and criticism of the New Deal.

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HW: Textbook Topic 5.3 + 5.4 - The First and Second New Deal in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 5.3 + 5.4 - The First and Second New Deal

Read textbook section 5.3 (pages 338 - 348) and section 5.2 (pages 349 - 355) to identify and answer the following questions. You can also add more notes beyond the questions or use Cornell notes format.

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The Election of 1932 in Google Classroom

The Election of 1932

Slides and graphic organizer for today's activity on the Election of 1932: FDR vs. Herbert Hoover

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Great Depression Groups in Google Classroom

Great Depression Groups

How did the Great Depression affect different groups of Americans? Slides and graphic organizer for today's group activity. Lots of points on offer today! Great chance to boost your grade.

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The New Deal and Labor - Flipped Learning in Google Classroom

The New Deal and Labor - Flipped Learning

This flipped learning lesson shows the "best case" outcome for the New Deal programs related to organized labor and unions.

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HW: Textbook Topic 5.1 + 5.2

HW: Textbook Topic 5.1 + 5.2 "Causes of the Depression" and "Americans Suffer"

Read textbook section 5.1 (pages 322 - 328) and section 5.2 (pages 330 - 337) to identify and answer the following questions. You can also add more notes beyond the questions or use Cornell notes format.

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Causes and Consequences of the Great Depression in Google Classroom

Causes and Consequences of the Great Depression

Slides and worksheet for today's group jigsaw activity on the causes and outcomes of the Great Depression.

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Unit 4 Summative Assignment - Argumentative Essay in Google Classroom

Unit 4 Summative Assignment - Argumentative Essay

Your "exam" for Unit 4 is to write a 4-5 paragraph argumentative essay in which you argue whether the 1920s should be considered more "roaring" or "reactionary," using historical evidence in the included documents to back your claim up. See attached Google Doc for full instructions and supporting documents.

KEY DATES:
Assignment Introduced ---> Friday 12/4
Intro Paragraph ---> Due Wednesday 12/9 @ 11:59 PM
Document Packet Annotations and Questions answered ---> Due Friday 12/11
Rough Draft for Peer Edit Day (Min 2. paragraphs) ---> Due beginning of class, Wednesday 12/16
* FINISHED PAPER on Turnitin.com ---> Due Friday 12/18 *

TURNITIN.COM INFO:

Class ID: 27563924
Enrollment key: solisp6

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1920s Argumentative Essay - Rough Draft (Min. 2 paragraphs)  in Google Classroom

1920s Argumentative Essay - Rough Draft (Min. 2 paragraphs)

Use this post to submit your 1920s argumentative rough draft for credit. You will receive full credit regardless of the quality of your paper, so long as you have a minimum of 2 paragraphs (intro and at least 1 body paragraph).

Attached is the form for peer editing if you choose.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO PEER EDIT IN ORDER TO GET CREDIT FOR YOUR ROUGH DRAFT!

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Monday 12/14 Argumentative Essay Check-In in Google Classroom

Monday 12/14 Argumentative Essay Check-In

Read the feedback you have received on your intro paragraph. Then, respond to the following questions:

- What feedback did you receive on your intro paragraph from Mr. Solis?
- What is your plan for your essay? How will you incorporate Mr. Solis' feedback into your essay?
- What topics will you be discussing in your body paragraphs?

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1920s Argumentative Essay - Document Questions + Annotations in Google Classroom

1920s Argumentative Essay - Document Questions + Annotations

Use this assignment to submit your argumentative essay document questions and annotations for credit. These documents provide the evidence that you will be using to back up your argument in your essay!

Due tonight before midnight.

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Prohibition -

Prohibition - "America Goes Dry"

Today's flipped classroom lesson on Prohibition. Was prohibition more about social betterment or social control? Was it more roaring or reactionary? Slides with documents and Google Form for activity.

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Reactionary 1920s - Tensions Press Conference in Google Classroom

Reactionary 1920s - Tensions Press Conference

Slides, documents and graphic organizer for today and Wednesday's press conference activity dealing with tensions during the 1920s.

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1920s Argumentative Essay - Intro Paragraph in Google Classroom

1920s Argumentative Essay - Intro Paragraph

Use this assignment to submit your argumentative essay intro paragraph for feedback. See rubric for breakdown of points/requirements for intro. Refer to the full instructions using link below.

https://classroom.google.com/c/MTIyNTAwMDM5ODIy/a/MjQwNDM5NDI1Njg4/details

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HW: Textbook Topic 4.4 + 4.7

HW: Textbook Topic 4.4 + 4.7 "The Booming and Roaring 1920s"

Read textbook section 4.4 (pages 271 - 277) and section 4.7 (pages 293 - 300) to identify and answer the guided note questions. Use the suggestions on the right to guide your responses.

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HW: Textbook Topic 4.6

HW: Textbook Topic 4.6 "An Unsettled Society"

Read textbook section 4.4 (pages 284 - 292) to identify and answer the guided note questions. Use the suggestions on the right to guide your responses. You can always write down more notes as you see fit.

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Unit 3 Exam HAT  in Google Classroom

Unit 3 Exam HAT

Use the background information, the documents below, your knowledge of history and your historical thinking skills to answer the questions on this HAT.

This HAT is due at the start of class on Friday (11/20).

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Women's Suffrage in Google Classroom

Women's Suffrage

Intro slides and question guide for today's lesson on the Women's Suffrage movement.

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HW: Textbook Topic 4.2

HW: Textbook Topic 4.2 "The Home Front During World War I"

Read textbook section 4.2 (pages 253-259) to answer the questions on this handout for homework. Use complete sentences and academic language.

Due Friday at 11:59 PM

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Why did the US enter WWI?  in Google Classroom

Why did the US enter WWI?

Slides, documents and guided questions for today's activity related to the US entry into WWI

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HW: Textbook Topic 3.6

HW: Textbook Topic 3.6 "The Spanish-American War"

Read textbook section 3.6 (pages 214-221) to answer the questions on this handout. Use complete sentences and academic language.

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US Invasion of Cuba Investigation in Google Classroom

US Invasion of Cuba Investigation

Slides, documents + graphic organizer for today's mini lesson on the US Invasion of Cuba

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Imperialism Metaphors Activity in Google Classroom

Imperialism Metaphors Activity

Slides with instructions, graphic organizer, and foreign country documents for the two part Imperialism Metaphors assignment

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Intro to Imperialism + Hawaii Case Study in Google Classroom

Intro to Imperialism + Hawaii Case Study

Intro to Imperialism + Hawaii Case Study slides, as well as guided questions and link to "Conquest of Hawaii" video documentary

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HW: Textbook Topic 3 Section 5:

HW: Textbook Topic 3 Section 5: "American Influence Grows"

Read textbook section 3.5 (pages 209-213) to answer the questions on this handout. Use complete sentences and academic language.

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Unit 2 Exam Pt. 1 - HAT in Google Classroom

Unit 2 Exam Pt. 1 - HAT

Use the included sources, your historical thinking skills, and your knowledge of history to answer the questions that follow. There are 2 questions, so be sure to answer both!

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The Progressive Era -

The Progressive Era - "Press Conference" Activity

Slides, Progressive Leaders PDF, and Graphic Organizer for today's activity on Progressives.

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HW: Edpuzzle - Women's Suffrage Movement in Google Classroom

HW: Edpuzzle - Women's Suffrage Movement

Short and sweet homework on Women's Suffrage Movement (part of the greater Progressive movement) for this week!

Happy 100 year anniversary of the 19th Amendment!

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Progressive Era in California in Google Classroom

Progressive Era in California

Slides on Progressive Era in California, graphic organizer for activity pt. 1, and slides with template for activity pt. 2 (instagram post)

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Homestead Strike - Mini Lesson in Google Classroom

Homestead Strike - Mini Lesson

One last topic to cover before moving on to Progressives this week - the Homestead Strike.

- We will watch short PBS video on Homestead together.
- Answer questions on page 2 - you can rewatch the video on your own if necessary.
- Answer questions #1 and #6 ONLY on page 5.
- Submit your document for credit!

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HW: Textbook Topic 3 Section 1

HW: Textbook Topic 3 Section 1 "Progressives Drive Reform"

- Read section (pages 172-179)
- ½ page notes on reading
- Answer 5 assessment questions at the end of the lesson
- Typed or handwritten

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Benjamin Harrison Columbus Day Proclamation HAT  in Google Classroom

Benjamin Harrison Columbus Day Proclamation HAT

Like always, complete this HAT utilizing your historical thinking skills!

- Refer to the Columbus Day slides at the end of Immigration Pt. 2 slides (in separate post) for context on the holiday.
- Read the excerpt on the HAT.
- Decide which of the facts provided would best help explain why Harrison declared Columbus Day a national holiday and highlight it!
- Explain WHY this is the best fact using reasoning and/or historical thinking skills.

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HW: Textbook Section 1.4  “The New Immigrants

HW: Textbook Section 1.4 “The New Immigrants"

- Read textbook Section 1.4 “The New Immigrants" (pages 96-102)
- ½ page notes on reading
- Answer 5 assessment questions at the end of the lesson
- Typed or handwritten

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Immigration Story: Gold on the Sidewalk in Google Classroom

Immigration Story: Gold on the Sidewalk

Slides, reading and guided questions on immigration - "Gold on the Sidewalk"

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HW: Textbook Topic 1 Section 3 “The Organized Labor Movement” in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 1 Section 3 “The Organized Labor Movement”

- Read section (pages 89-95)
- ½ page notes on reading
- Answer 5 assessment questions at the end of the lesson
- Typed or handwritten

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HW: US Territorial Expansion and Resource Map in Google Classroom

HW: US Territorial Expansion and Resource Map

Using your textbook, the maps below, and online searches, complete the Territorial Expansion Chart.

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Unit 1 Summative HAT (Summative Assessment) in Google Classroom

Unit 1 Summative HAT (Summative Assessment)

Complete this HAT using your historical thinking skills!

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HW: Textbook Topic 0 Section 5 “The Civil War” in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 0 Section 5 “The Civil War”

- Read Section
- ½ Page Notes on Reading and Answer 5 Assessment Questions at the end of the lesson
- Typed or Handwritten

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  HW: Textbook Topic 0 Section 6 “The Reconstruction Era” in Google Classroom

HW: Textbook Topic 0 Section 6 “The Reconstruction Era”

- Read Section
- ½ Page Notes on Reading and Answer 5 Assessment Questions at the end of the lesson
- Typed or Handwritten

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Democratization Trends (1776-1840s) in Google Classroom

Democratization Trends (1776-1840s)

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Declaration of Independence Practice HAT in Google Classroom

Declaration of Independence Practice HAT

Practice summative for the real deal on Monday!

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Homework: Textbook Topic 0 Lesson 2

Homework: Textbook Topic 0 Lesson 2 "Founding A New Nation"

Directions: Topic 0 = Connecting with Past Learnings, Lesson 2= Founding a New Nation
Use Table of Contents, Section Headers/Footers to Locate
Take ½ page of NOTES on reading (Pay attention to bolded vocabulary! What is most significant?!)
ANSWER the 5 Assessment ?s at the end of the reading using COMPLETE SENTENCES
Typed or handwritten OK
Turn in on CLASSROOM

or

Steps:
Step 1: Open Textbook (TB) Digital or Hardcopy! They both work the same!
Step 2: Use the Table of Contents/Section Headers/Section Footers to locate the assigned reading
2a. Topic = Chapter and Lesson = Section
Step 3: CLOSE READ all of the assigned topic/lesson. Pay particular attention to bolded vocabulary terms. Focus on what is significant! Take 1/2 page NOTES based on what you read.
Step 4: ANSWER the end of lesson assessment questions (1-5) in COMPLETE SENTENCES.
Step 5: Turn in on Google Classroom.
Step 6: Deep breathe, ahhhhh, doesn't it feel lovely to be a scholar and have your work finished?!

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The Constitution  in Google Classroom

The Constitution

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The Articles of Confederation in Google Classroom

The Articles of Confederation

TOD (End of Period): After reviewing the shared Google Doc, give the Articles of Confederation an overall grade on the posted Questions on Classroom. Full credit will only be given to responses that provide 2 pieces of EVIDENCE (reasons) to support the CLAIM/grade.

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Federalists and Anti-Federalists in Google Classroom

Federalists and Anti-Federalists

Use the documents provided to complete the chart.

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Edpuzzle | The Constitution, the Articles, and Federalism  Crash Course US History #8 in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle | The Constitution, the Articles, and Federalism Crash Course US History #8

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What is History? SUMMATIVE Write in Google Classroom

What is History? SUMMATIVE Write

Directions: Write a response (MINIMUM 1 Page- MLA) that answers the following:

Prompt: “What is history and what does it mean to think historically?”

-You must include the terms below in your essay, although they do not have to be used in any particular order.
-When you use the terms (12 required), you MUST underline them and/or put in bold face for identification the first time they are used (if you use a term multiple times just underline the initial use of the term).
-YOU ARE ALLOWED TO USE VARIATIONS OF THE TERMS (i.e., “Omit” for Omission, “select” for “selective”, etc.).
-Avoid definitions of the terms.
-Essays should reflect an understanding of the course content (what is history/historical thinking) and incorporate material/examples from class activities and class discussions. Specific examples and evidence that illustrate your points are highly encouraged! Good luck Historians!

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The Declaration of Independence  in Google Classroom

The Declaration of Independence

-Open the document titled “DOI - Zinn & Bailyn Perspectives”
-Read through the 2 different secondary source interpretations and the sections of the Declaration of Independence, then answer the evidence analysis questions on the Google Form.
*********DON'T FORGET TO HIT THE SUBMIT BOTTOM AT THE BOTTOM ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE FORM!*******
- Homework if not finished in class. Due BEFORE the start of the period Friday.

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The American Revolution (Jigsaw Activity) in Google Classroom

The American Revolution (Jigsaw Activity)

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Edpuzzle | Colonial America in Google Classroom

Edpuzzle | Colonial America

First: You will be in individual Breakout Rooms for this activity
Second: Log into Google Classroom and select the Edpuzzle titled “Colonial America”.
Third: You will have 15 minutes to watch the video and answer the questions. The questions are all multiple choice and you will be scored based on the number of correct responses. You must watch the video in its entirety and are not able to skip ahead. You may also rewatch segments if you need a repeat to successfully answer a question.

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Day 4: Letter to Teacher in Google Classroom

Day 4: Letter to Teacher

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HW: Examining Perspectives (Interview) Assignment in Google Classroom

HW: Examining Perspectives (Interview) Assignment

Please open the doc below for instructions. Due by the start of the period Wednesday. Be sure to turn the assignment in here on Classroom (do not email or share it with me)!

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Day 3: Syllabus + Signature in Google Classroom

Day 3: Syllabus + Signature

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Day 1: Welcome & Who's Who (8/24) in Google Classroom

Day 1: Welcome & Who's Who (8/24)

Good afternoon everyone and welcome to the first day of the 2020-2021 school year! I am so happy to have you here with me in U.S. History! If you are not already, please join our zoom meeting! The meeting ID and password can be found on Aeries or under the "Classwork" tab here on Google Classroom. As you enter Zoom, please make sure to have your screens on so I can see your wonderful faces!

Zoom Code: 948 8394 6212
Password: Sanford

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Day 5: Syllabus

Day 5: Syllabus "POP QUIZ"!!!!!!!!