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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

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Homework eq project due mon 10 7 or sooner review unit i study items test tues 10 8

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 19th & early 20thCenturies

    Social Darwinism

    III. Unit II: America as a World Power

    Enduring Understandings & “Word Wall” work

    IV. Project Work


Why are we here the rest of the week

Why are we here the rest of the week?

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


Homework eq project due mon 10 7 or sooner review unit i study items test tues 10 8

What is meant by the term “Gilded Age?” p. 267

What do these IMAGES reveal about the late 1800s & early 20th century?


What are the four areas of progressive reform

What are the four areas of Progressive reform?


Industrialism progressive reform test preparations

Industrialism & Progressive ReformTest Preparations

  • Mostly multiple choice

  • Photos & cartoons…EXPLAIN (+ and -)

  • Presidential “matching”

  • Are you not curious about “Social Darwinism?!?!?!?”


October 2 1836

October 2, 1836…

  • Charles Darwin returned to England after 5 years of acquiring knowledge around the world about fauna, flora, wildlife, and geology. He used the information to develop his “theory of evolution” which he unveiled in his 1859 book entitled, “On the Origin of Species” by Means of Natural Selection.”

  • Or, “The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life”


Read the americans p 242 243 and or history alive p 171

READ, The Americans, p. 242-243and/or History Alive! p. 171

2 minutes


Homework eq project due mon 10 7 or sooner review unit i study items test tues 10 8

Social Darwinism?


Homework eq project due mon 10 7 or sooner review unit i study items test tues 10 8

“The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.” - Herbert Spencer


James garfield

James Garfield

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!


William mckinley

William McKinley

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!


Theodore roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

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.


William howard taft

William Howard Taft

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?


Woodrow wilson

Woodrow Wilson

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!


Unit ii america as a world power

Unit II: America as a World Power

Enduring UnderstandingsEUs

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.

CONFLICT

COOPERATION

IDEALISM

PRAGMATISM

ARGUMENTS

MIXED


Homework eq project due mon 10 7 or sooner review unit i study items test tues 10 8

Word Wall

  • Alphabetized descriptive display of “words” that include definitions, part(s) of speech, sample sentences & historic details, images & color, similar & opposite words, usage & variations, etc.

  • Pick an appropriately challenging term (see Mr. R’s list)

  • Locate word in several sources:

    The AmericansHistory Alive!Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

    DictionaryThesaurusOn-line

    Expectations:

  • DEFINE the “word” in 14 words or lesspersonalized! (INSIDE) 5 points

  • Part(s) of speech…noun? verb? adjective? adverb? (INSIDE) 2 points

  • List synonyms/related words or phrases & antonyms/opposite words(INSIDE) 2 ea.

  • Write a sample sentenceshowing usage: examples, people, events(IN.) 3 points

  • Neatlyprint in LARGE, BOLD/DARK?letters (NOcaps?!) (OUTSIDE) 3 points

  • Illustratewith pictures, symbols, color, etc. (OUTSIDE mainly) 3 points


Unit ii america as a world power word wall terms

Unit II: America as a World PowerWord Wall Terms

journalism

mobilize

mutiny

nationalism

naturalization

naval

neutral

objector

oppressive

pacify

pragmatism

propaganda

provocation

quarrel

ratify

rebellion

resilience

revolution

superiority

trench

unilateral

vessel

content terms

anti-aircraft

armistice

conscientious objector

convoy system

diplomacy

dollar diplomacy

espionage

foreign policy

imperialism

isolationism

isthmus

legalism

militarism

missionaries

mobilization

moral diplomacy

naturalized citizen

neutral

no mans’ land

open-door policy

pacifist

protectorate

reparations

sedition

trench warfare

unilateralism

world war

Yankee

yellow journalism

vocabulary terms

abdicate

adequately

alliance

annex(ation)

blockade

casualty

conscientious

convoy

corollary

diplomat

draft

empire

epidemic

expansionism

global

hysteria

idealism

imbue

insurrection

intervene

intervention

PICK a “new word” that is appropriately challenging for YOU!

Others could be identified & selected too!


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