U. S. History: Sept. 17-21



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U.S. History: Sept. 17-21

Monday

  • Unit

  • Learning Target

    • Identify significant religious, philosophical, and social reform movements of the nineteenth century and their impact on American society

    • Analyze the women’s rights and suffrage movements and the impact of women on other reform movements in the antebellum period

  • Assessments

    • Questions pertaining to their group’s reading

  • Strategies

    • Small-group

  • Activities

    • Students will watch Transcendentalism, The Second Great Awakening, Utopian Movements, Humanitarian Reforms, and Social Reforms segments from hippocampus

    • Some students will cover these same topics by reading sections out of the text

    • Some students will cover these same topics by reading primary documents

  • Differentiation and extensions

    • Groups will be divided according to student learning style and strength

Tuesday

  • Unit

    • Antebellum America

  • Learning Target

  • Assessments

    • Pg. 93 Geography Skills and Reading Check

    • Pg. 94 Reading Check; Quick Facts chart; and Critical Thinking #5

    • Pg. 111 Geography Skills

    • Pg. 117 Reading Check; Geography Skills

    • Pg. 118 Skills Focus

    • Pg. 119 Reading Check

  • Strategies

    • Whole and small group

  • Activities

    • Students will complete the above assessments and discussion will follow

    • Students will watch the following clips from hippocampus: The Annexation of Texas and The Mexican American War

  • Differentiation and extensions



Wednesday

  • Unit

    • Antebellum America

  • Learning Target

    • Identify the major characteristics of he abolition movement in the antebellum period, its achievements, failures, and Southern opposition to it

  • Assessments

    • Questions pertaining to their group’s reading

  • Strategies

  • Activities

    • Students will watch the following hippocampus clip: Slave Resistance

    • Small groups of students will be reading different primary and secondary documents pertaining to the institution of slavery

  • Differentiation and extensions



Thursday

  • Unit

    • Antebellum America

  • Learning Target

    • Compose an analytical, historical essay containing a thesis, supporting evidence, and a conclusion

  • Assessments

    • Constructed response formative work

  • Strategies

  • Activities

    • Review for tomorrow’s exam

    • Constructed Response practice

  • Differentiation and extensions



Friday

  • Unit

    • Antebellum America

  • Learning Targets

Evaluate, take, and defend positions on the development of U.S. foreign policy during the early nineteenth century (e.g. Embargo Act, Monroe Doctrine)

Identify and evaluate the political and territorial changes resulting from westward expansion of the United States in the early nineteenth century

Analyze the evaluate federal and state policies toward American Indians in the first half of the nineteenth century

Describe and evaluate the impacts of the First Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth Century (e.g. the Lowell system, immigration, changing technologies, transportation innovations)

Identify and evaluate the major events and issues that promoted sectional conflicts and strained national cohesiveness in the antebellum period

Identify significant religious, philosophical, and social reform movements of the nineteenth century and their impact on American society

Identify the major characteristics of he abolition movement in the antebellum period, its achievements, failures, and Southern opposition to it

Analyze the women’s rights and suffrage movements and the impact of women on other reform movements in the antebellum period



Compare and contrast the economic, social, and cultural differences of the North and South during the Antebellum period

  • Assessments

    • Exam

  • Strategies

    • Exam

  • Activities

    • Exam

  • Differentiation and extensions




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