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Learning Goal: Students understand how the Cold War and domestic changes in the postwar years affected the nation
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U. S. History Administered May 2015U. S. History Administered May 2015
Copyright 2015, Texas Education Agency. All rights reserved. Reproduction of all or portions of this work is prohibited without express written permission from the Texas Education Agency
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American Economic History since World War II part I: 1945-1970: Unprecedented ProsperityAmerican Economic History since World War II part I: 1945-1970: Unprecedented Prosperity
Homework due Friday May 1: Analyze continuities and changes in the United States’ economy and the role of women and minorities from World War II to the present
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Lesson Title: Agricultural Workers and Their Wages 1910-1995 Grade LevelLesson Title: Agricultural Workers and Their Wages 1910-1995 Grade Level
Understand the operation of the U. S. labor market, including the circumstances surrounding the establishment of principal American labor unions, effects of unionization and minimum wage laws
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The Bracero Program English 350- cauthen December 9, 2010 Table of ContentsThe Bracero Program English 350- cauthen December 9, 2010 Table of Contents
States. This agreement came from the high number of unemployment in Mexico and from the predictions of California farmers, which predicted, that as a result of World War II, there would be a shortage of farm workers for the fall harvest
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The Path to the United Farm Workers The Bracero ProgramThe Path to the United Farm Workers The Bracero Program
Notes from: The Mexicans in America by Jane Pinchot, 1989. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company
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American Democracy in Word and Deed mdusd/ucb h-ssp 11th Grade Lesson Developed byAmerican Democracy in Word and Deed mdusd/ucb h-ssp 11th Grade Lesson Developed by
How have the words and deeds of people and institutions shaped democracy in the U. S.?
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Purpose: The academic purpose of this lesson is to examine and understand the Bracero ProgramPurpose: The academic purpose of this lesson is to examine and understand the Bracero Program
To explain the purpose of the Bracero Program and the reason for its creation. The students will examine the desire of the Mexicans to become a worker in the U. S
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Cesar Chavez/Bracero Program Lesson Plan Spanish for Native Speakers January, 2012 (near mlk day) Guiding QuestionsCesar Chavez/Bracero Program Lesson Plan Spanish for Native Speakers January, 2012 (near mlk day) Guiding Questions
What was the Bracero Program and how was it related to Cesar Chavez and the history of Mexican migrant workers in the United States? How did the Bracero Program affect migrant farm work, both when at the time it was happening and now?
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Deportee and The Bracero Program RationaleDeportee and The Bracero Program Rationale
This lesson can be used to introduce students to an early government program that brought Mexican immigrants into the country to supplement our labor demands
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Goals & ObjectivesGoals & Objectives
Students will be able to analyze the role of the Bracero Program on the post-war economy. Students will compare and contrast the post-war immigration of agricultural workers to modern day immigration as demonstrated verbally and in writing
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Cynthia burnsCynthia burns
This has resulted in legal cases challenging the constitutionality of the law in the Federal Courts
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A brief History of Foreign Guestworkers in AmericaA brief History of Foreign Guestworkers in America
Foreign-born workers have been significant contributors to the U. S. economy for centuries
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La Causa study guide ObjectiveLa Causa study guide Objective
Cesar Chavez and the migrant farm worker’s movement, labor issues, and the impact of prejudice and discrimination. Students then will be able to draw parallels between this movement and other historical events
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Cesar Chavez You will note that the book includes study questions with each chapter after the epilogue. If you look those questions over in advance, you will have a solid foundation to build upon for this assignmentCesar Chavez You will note that the book includes study questions with each chapter after the epilogue. If you look those questions over in advance, you will have a solid foundation to build upon for this assignment
Below you will find questions from each of the chapters. You are to select one question from each chapter and write thoughtful paragraphs addressing the question. Also, respond to questions that are underlined
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