Mr. Capone Lesson Plan for week of 3/17/2014



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Mr. Capone Lesson Plan for week of 3/17/2014

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday










Objectives

Students will be able to:

1.Identify the significant Events and People that changed the culture of America during the Great Depression Era

2. Assess the causes and effects of America's changing social identity during the pre WWII era.

 3.Identify key events that foreshadowed the coming of an economic decline in pre-WWII America. 

 8.H.1.3 Use primary and secondary sources to interpret various historical perspectives.

 

 



Students will be able to:

1.Explain the causes and effects of the Great Depression on America and it’s global neighbors.

 2. Analyze the contributions of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the role of the U.S. as a World power.

 

8.H.2

 Understand the ways in which conflict, compromise and negotiation shaped U.S. policies in pre WWII era.

 

 



Students will be able to:

1.Identify the business practices that set up the fall of the American economy in 1929.

 

2. Compare and Contrast the political and military philosophy of Herbert Hoover and FDR during the Great Depression era.



 

3. Explain the principles outlined in President Roosevelt’s “New Deal” program.

 

 

 



 

Students will be able to:

1.Assess how alliances between the Allied powers shifted during pre WWII era.

2. Create graphic organizers to detail the changes in the balance of power in Pre WWII Europe and the U.S.

9.H.2 Understand the similarities and differences between the political and societal structures of the Allied and Axis powers.


Students will be able to:

Demonstrate their understanding of the causes and effects of the Great Depression.

 9.H.2

Understand the ways in which the Great Depression affected the social political and economic sectors of North Carolina.













Focus

Video Clip

A short clip from The Discovery Education Tech Book outlining the changes America culture during the Great Depression. 



Video Clip

The life and times of FDR and his impact on U.S. history from The Discovery Education Tech Book

 

 


Journal Review

Students will go over their Journals and organize the contents to insure their notes are complete.

 


Graphic Organizers on Ch.26 outlining the social and political impacts of the Great Depression on American social ,economic and political institutions.

 

 



 

 

 



Give each group a Picture/Editorial clipping from the Great Depression newspapers. Have students explain the similarities and differences between WWI and WWII “propaganda” campaigns.

 











Input

Primary Document Analysis

Each pod of students are given primary documents depicting conditions during the Great Depression.    

 

Each pod will have a set of questions to answer pertaining to each image.  



 They will work with their groups to help answer the questions.

 

Each Pod will collaborate and share their list of answers with the rest of the class.



 

Interactive Lecture with Venn Diagram

Students will collaborate to create a diagram comparing the movement toward national economic recovery of President Herbert Hoover to that of Franklin D. Roosevelt.   

 

 Inclusion:



Have students, in pods , collaborate to make a Timeline on events leading up to the Great Depression and present it to the class

 

 AIG Students: Create a front page newspaper story accounting the key events of the life of Franklin D. Roosevelt..



Students will continue creating and presenting the Poster presentations of Timeline events from the Great Depression

Students: Create a propaganda Poster that is intended to give the American people hope for recovery during the Great Depression.



Students will examine images of the Depression era in Europe

Ask students to write in their Journals what they saw in the picture.

How were these images similar or different from those we studied of America during the Great Depression?

 

 



Review notes and answer Review Questions for CH. 26 in the Creating America textbook











Closure

Presentations

Students will present to the class their journal responses to each image.



Journal Entry

Students are asked to write down 3 things they learned about Franklin D. Roosevelt.

 


Journal Entry

Students are asked to write down 3 things they learned about the Great Depression .



Journal Entry:

Students will write a 5 sentence "report" in their journal on a person or event that they read about in Ch. 26 and present it to the class.













Special Accommodations

Group work

Group Work

Leveled assignments

 

 


Group work

Leveled assignments



Group work

 


Group Work

Leveled Assignments












 

Mr. Capone Lesson Plan for week of 3/17/2014

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Objectives

Students will be able to:

1.Identify the significant Events and People that changed the culture of America during the Great Depression Era

2. Assess the causes and effects of America's changing social identity during the pre WWII era.

 3.Identify key events that foreshadowed the coming of an economic decline in pre-WWII America. 

 8.H.1.3 Use primary and secondary sources to interpret various historical perspectives.

 

 



Students will be able to:

1.Explain the causes and effects of the Great Depression on America and it’s global neighbors.

 2. Analyze the contributions of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the role of the U.S. as a World power.

 

8.H.2

 Understand the ways in which conflict, compromise and negotiation shaped U.S. policies in pre WWII era.

 

 



Students will be able to:

1.Identify the business practices that set up the fall of the American economy in 1929.

 

2. Compare and Contrast the political and military philosophy of Herbert Hoover and FDR during the Great Depression era.



 

3. Explain the principles outlined in President Roosevelt’s “New Deal” program.

 

 

 



 

Students will be able to:

1.Assess how alliances between the Allied powers shifted during pre WWII era.

2. Create graphic organizers to detail the changes in the balance of power in Pre WWII Europe and the U.S.

9.H.2 Understand the similarities and differences between the political and societal structures of the Allied and Axis powers.

Students will be able to:

Demonstrate their understanding of the causes and effects of the Great Depression.

 9.H.2

Understand the ways in which the Great Depression affected the social political and economic sectors of North Carolina.



Focus

Video Clip

A short clip from The Discovery Education Tech Book outlining the changes America culture during the Great Depression. 



Video Clip

The life and times of FDR and his impact on U.S. history from The Discovery Education Tech Book

 

 

Journal Review



Students will go over their Journals and organize the contents to insure their notes are complete.

 

Graphic Organizers on Ch.26 outlining the social and political impacts of the Great Depression on American social ,economic and political institutions.

 

 

 



 

 

Give each group a Picture/Editorial clipping from the Great Depression newspapers. Have students explain the similarities and differences between WWI and WWII “propaganda” campaigns.



 

Input

Primary Document Analysis

Each pod of students are given primary documents depicting conditions during the Great Depression.    

 

Each pod will have a set of questions to answer pertaining to each image.  



 They will work with their groups to help answer the questions.

 

Each Pod will collaborate and share their list of answers with the rest of the class.



 

Interactive Lecture with Venn Diagram

Students will collaborate to create a diagram comparing the movement toward national economic recovery of President Herbert Hoover to that of Franklin D. Roosevelt.   

 

 Inclusion:



Have students, in pods , collaborate to make a Timeline on events leading up to the Great Depression and present it to the class

 

 AIG Students: Create a front page newspaper story accounting the key events of the life of Franklin D. Roosevelt..



Students will continue creating and presenting the Poster presentations of Timeline events from the Great Depression

Students: Create a propaganda Poster that is intended to give the American people hope for recovery during the Great Depression.



Students will examine images of the Depression era in Europe

Ask students to write in their Journals what they saw in the picture.

How were these images similar or different from those we studied of America during the Great Depression?

 

 



Review notes and answer Review Questions for CH. 26 in the Creating America textbook

Closure

Presentations

Students will present to the class their journal responses to each image.



Journal Entry

Students are asked to write down 3 things they learned about Franklin D. Roosevelt.

 

Journal Entry

Students are asked to write down 3 things they learned about the Great Depression .



Journal Entry:

Students will write a 5 sentence "report" in their journal on a person or event that they read about in Ch. 26 and present it to the class.

Special Accommodations

Group work

Group Work

Leveled assignments

 

 

Group work



Leveled assignments

Group work



 

Group Work



Leveled Assignments


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