Homework: EQ “project” due Mon. 10/7 or sooner Review Unit I study items (test Tues. 10/8). Wednesday-Friday, October 2-4, 2013 I. Industrialization and Progressive Reform REVIEW NOTES Presidents from the late 19 th & early 20 th Centuries Social Darwinism
Wednesday-Friday, October 2-4, 2013
I. Industrialization and Progressive Reform REVIEW
Presidents from the late 19th & early 20thCenturies
III. Unit II: America as a World Power
Enduring Understandings & “Word Wall” work
IV. Project Work
Students will review industrialization, urbanization, and the Progressive movement via Q & A, video clips, images, and graphs. Students will record notes on Presidents from the late 19th and early 20th century & Social Darwinism. Students will also begin exploration of the Enduring Understandings from Unit II, as well as content-related vocabulary words. Time permitting, students may work on Unit I EQ projects
What do these IMAGES reveal about the late 1800s & early 20th century?
“The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.” - Herbert Spencer
I was a Republican who got shot by a mentally-disturbed man, but my death ultimately resulted in the reform of the civil service system (government jobs).
You could say he FIRED (on) me because I refused to HIRE him!
I was a Republican who got shot early in my second term, which enabled a powerful "bully-like" Progressive reformer to become president.
A mountain is named after me because I helped America grow bigger & more powerful!
Bears were fun to hunt, but I am the most famous & adventurous, reform-minded leader at the turn of the 20th century; I used the “bully pulpit” of the presidency to get my way & push my "Square Deal;" later, I re-entered politics with my "Bull Moose Party” but plans for re-election got shot down by a Democrat.
I was a very “big guy,” and judgmental people might have “LAUGHED” at me, partially because I moved a bit too slowly & softly for the Progressives, especially on tariffs. My predecessor & former friend later battled against me for the White House, which splintered the Republican vote…RIP in a piano box?
I was the idealistic Democratic leader and former president of Princeton who won the election of 1912 after TR, “Big Bill," and Eugene V. Debs split most of the vote. United they stood since 1892, but my "New Freedom" reform program won out.
My name has the double letter initials of the only letter that is multi-syllabic!
Students will understand that…
1. Since resources are unequally divided across the earth societies will either enter into or to secure them.
2. American foreign policy is motivated by both & .
3. The evolution of America’s role in the world has created divisive among
American citizens and government(s).
4. The impact of American foreign policy has left a legacy.
Word action.” - Herbert Spencer Wall
The AmericansHistory Alive! Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
no mans’ land
PICK a “new word” that is appropriately challenging for YOU!
Others could be identified & selected too!