Week of: 1/27 1/31 Teacher: Witkowski Team: U. S. History



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Week of: 1/27 – 1/31 Teacher: Witkowski Team: U.S. History

Monday


Weekly Learning Targets
I can analyze the major events of the Vietnam War, including the Tet Offensive, Vietnamization, the Fall of Saigon, the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, and the War Powers Act.
I can describe the significance of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War.
I can create a Cold War newspaper highlighting significant events and characteristics of the era.
I can complete a Cold War multiple choice assessment with 90% accuracy.


Activities:

  1. Students will conduct a library research for the Cold War major grade project due on Wednesday/Thursday.

  2. Students will receive information about the Cold War Project – project is due on Wednesday/Thursday




Materials: Library research

Follow Up/HW: STUDY FOR COLD WAR TEST ON FRIDAY JAN 31ST





Tuesday




Activities:
1. Students will complete a group activity over major events of the Vietnam conflict.

2. Students will analyze 5 major events and evaluate them to decide if those events escalated or deescalated the Vietnam conflict.

3. Students will take notes on the effects of the Vietnam conflict. Special emphasis will be placed on the War Powers Act and 26th Amendment.

4. Students will receive a study guide for the test on Friday




Materials: Handouts

Follow Up/HW: COLDWAR NEWSPAPER DUE ON BLOCK DAY





Wed/Thursday




Activities:

1. Students will watch a video clip about the Fall of the Berlin Wall and discuss the significance of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.

2. Students will read an article about the end of the Cold War. Questions and discussion will follow.

3. Students will listen to the Cold War songs and answer review questions



4. Quiz over Vietnam


Materials: Cold war songs, video clip, article, quiz

Follow Up/HW: STUDY FOR COLD WAR TEST ON FRIDAY JAN 31ST





Friday




Activities:

  1. COLD WAR TEST- Students will complete a multiple choice assessment over the events of the Cold War.




Materials: Test, Scantrons

Follow Up/HW:

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