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Warm Up: Which style of diplomacy we talked about in Goal 6 should the US use now? L109 Goal 7 Vocabulary R110 When finished please do a crossword puzzle containing at least 10 words L109. Muckraking Mann-Elkins Act Elkins Act Sherman Anti-Trust Act Clayton Anti-Trust Act

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Muckraking mann elkins act elkins act sherman anti trust act clayton anti trust act booker t washington w e b dubois

Warm Up: Which style of diplomacy we talked about in Goal 6 should the US use now? L109Goal 7 Vocabulary R110When finished please do a crossword puzzle containing at least 10 words L109

  • Muckraking

  • Mann-Elkins Act

  • Elkins Act

  • Sherman Anti-Trust Act

  • Clayton Anti-Trust Act

  • Booker T. Washington

  • W.E.B. Dubois

  • De jure segregation

  • De facto segregation

  • 16th Amendment

  • 17th Amendment

  • 18th Amendment

  • 19th Amendment


Warm up l111

Warm Up (L111)

  • What is your favorite song about a social issue? Why is it your favorite?

  • Example: “Where is the Love” Black Eyed Peas


7 01 december 7 th l111 and r112

7.01 December 7thL111 and R112

Progressivism – learner should be able to explain the conditions that led to the rise of Progressivism


Reading guide r112

Reading Guide R112

  • Grab a book and using chapter 17 section 1 do some research!

  • Fill out the guide and put in your notebook

  • Be sure to find these terms in your reading

    • YMCA - Eugene V. Debs

    • Ida Tarbell - Henry Ford

    • Robert La Follette - Salvation Army

    • Prohibition

R112


The jungle l111

The Jungle – L111

  • Think – Pair – Share with a partner through The Jungle Reading

  • Process: Write a book review!

    • 2 paragraph summary of the book – include 3 facts

    • 1 paragraph review – good/bad?

    • Picture with 3 colors


7 02 notes december 2 2011

7.02 Notes – December 2, 2011

The Progressive Era

Quiz


Notes from video

Notes from Video

Groups for Change

Change Sought

Muckraker

Issue

WCTU

Hull House

NAWSA

Ida B. Wells

Presidential

Candidate

Party

Reforms

R114


Campaign poster l113

Campaign Poster L113

  • Create a campaign poster for one of the candidates in the 1912 election. Use the information from your video and notes to fill it out

  • Requirements

    • 5 color picture

    • Name, slogan, Party

    • 3 reasons people should join

    • Foreign policy


7 02 notes december 5th 2011

7.02 Notes – December 5th, 2011

The Progressive Era


Quiz l115

QUIZ L115


Think about it do not write

Think About It – DO NOT WRITE

  • What changes has the United States made after 9/11?


The progressive fight

The Progressive Fight

  • Carrie A. Nation – most colorful prohibitionist (hatchet to destroy liquor bottles in saloons)

  • Triangle Shirt Waist Fire – 146 people die b/c workers were locked in rooms – leads to safety laws for workers

  • Robert La Follette – progressive governor and senator from Wisconsin, leader of movement

R116


Trust busting

Trust Busting

  • US V. EC Knight and Co. – monopoly case against the sugar industry

  • Anthracite Coal Strike – TR sides with workers, starts change in workers rights

  • Northern Securities v. U.S. (1904) – broke the railroad trusts declaring trusts illegal

  • Payne-Aldrich Tariff (1909) – Taft raises tariffs which angers farmers

  • American Tobacco v. U.S. (1911) – broke the Duke family’s monopoly on Tobacco

R116


Inventions

Inventions

  • Mail order catalogs – people could order the products they needed and it would be delivered, save time, money

  • Kodak camera – made photography something the common man had access to

  • Wright Brothers – first sustained flight by man, Kittyhawk, NC, begins change in transportation

  • Electricity – is common in households, businesses

R116


Diary entry l115

Diary Entry – L115

  • Write a diary entry as a member of a union or strike.

  • 2 paragraphs, 3 facts

  • Talk about working conditions, and demands of workers


7 03 notes 7 december 10 2010

7.03 Notes (7) – December 10, 2010

Evaluate the effects of racial segregation


Warm up l117

Warm Up L117

  • What names do you associate with the Civil Rights Movement?

  • What do you know about their actions and beliefs?

  • Why was the Civil Rights Era necessary?


African american leaders of the progressive period

African American Leaders of the Progressive Period

  • Progressive period attempts to fix social problems with society

  • Racism is obvious in society, segregation is normal

  • Leaders use different ideas to bring change

R118


Booker t washington

Booker T. Washington

  • Former slave, believed equality would be earned through skilled jobs and agriculture

  • Founded Tuskegee Institute – School for AfAm to teach jobs and trades

  • Gave Atlanta Compromise speech – called compromise by other AfAm leaders b/c it said segregation was ok

R118


W e b dubois

W.E.B. Dubois

  • Born a free man, Harvard educated, believed AfAm should be equal immediately

  • Believed AfAm should try to be white collar workers, not skilled workers

  • Started Niagara Movement – group dedicated to AfAm progress in the US

  • Led to NAACP – group for any person supporting the equality of AfAm, wrote paper called The Crisis

R118


Marcus garvey

Marcus Garvey

  • Jamaican born, lived in Harlem, believed AfAm should be given land in Africa and return to Africa for freedom

  • Called “Back to Africa” movement and concept of motherland

  • Created pride in AfAm communities

R118


Processing l 117 visual venn diagram use pictures only 3 colors

Processing L 117 – Visual Venn Diagram- use pictures only! 3 colors

Booker T DuBois

4 Differences 4 Differences

2 Similarities


7 03 notes 7 december 13 2010

7.03 Notes (7) – December 13, 2010

Evaluate the effects of racial segregation


Quiz l119

Quiz L119


African americans and voting

African Americans and Voting

  • For at least 10 years after Reconstruction, Southern blacks can vote

  • Disenfranchisement - restrict voting - by 1900 all Southern states have some restriction

    • literacy tests - limit vote to those who can read

    • Some have poll tax that must be paid annually to vote

    • grandfather clause added to constitution for poor whites

  • can vote if self, father, grandfather voted before 1867

R120


The supreme court and segregation

The Supreme Court and Segregation

  • 1870s, 1880s, Supreme Court allows poll tax, grandfather clause

  • Segregation laws called Jim Crow laws after old song

  • 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson—segregation legal in public places

    • “separate but equal” doctrine – segregation allowed if equal

  • Wilmington race riot (1898) – white supremacists overthrow city gov’t install pro-white democrats gov’t

R120


South v north

South V. North

  • Total segregation in the South

  • de facto segregation - Racial etiquette — informal rules for black-white relations - enforce second-class status for blacks

  • AfAm who don’t follow etiquette are punished/lynched

    • more than 1,400 killed 1882–1892

  • Many blacks migrate North for better paying jobs, social equality – called the Great Migration

  • de jure segregation - AfAms forced into segregated neighborhoods - other laws discussed

R120


Letter to a friend

Letter to a friend

  • Write a 3 paragraph letter to a friend who is visiting you from then north. It is 1900, and you should describe 2 de jure and 1 de facto forms of segregation that someone unfamiliar with the area should be aware of when visiting.


7 03 notes 7 december 14 2010

7.03 Notes (7) – December 14, 2010


Warm up l121

Warm Up – L121

  • Based on your notes with whom do you agree more – Booker T Washington, WEB Dubois, or Marcus Garvey? Why?


Study guide r122

Study Guide R122

  • As usual find the words from your study guide and highlight in your notes.

    Process L121

  • Newspaper front page

    • Major headline from an event in notes

    • 2 paragraph article relating headline to at least 2 other events

    • 2 paragraph article about a separate topic other than headline

    • Picture using 3 colors


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  • 5 colors

  • 5 pictures

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