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USHAP. Unit 9 Week 3. Monday 4/1/13. Agenda The 1950s Pro Con Activity Reminders Test Review: Lunch 4/15 Test: Tuesday 4/16 Chapters 26,27,28. Were the 1950s a time of peace, prosperity and progress OR growing discontent?. The Eisenhower Presidency. Conservative Vision of Community

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ushap

USHAP

Unit 9 Week 3

monday 4 1 13
Monday 4/1/13
  • Agenda
    • The 1950s Pro Con Activity
  • Reminders
    • Test Review: Lunch 4/15
    • Test: Tuesday 4/16 Chapters 26,27,28
the eisenhower presidency
The Eisenhower Presidency
  • Conservative Vision of Community
  • Evasive “Middle of the Road” style
  • New Deal legacy
  • Hesitant fiscal policy
  • Military Industrial Complex
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8y06NSBBRtY
subsidizing prosperity
Subsidizing Prosperity
  • FHA loans (short and long term effects)
  • The Growth of Suburbs
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT_A9PFOY18
  • GI Bill of Rights
  • Federal Highway Act of 1956
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7-m3FEm5VA
  • National Defense Education Act
suburban life
Suburban Life
  • The Suburban Housewife
    • http://www.colorado.edu/AmStudies/lewis/film/homecbook.pdf
  • The Feminine Mystique
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVv7iNEy9fU&list=PL50F1219833C79523&index=3
  • The Car Culture
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7t9YlMxWoE
  • Baby Boom
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-I-sYNuLq0
organized labor and the afl cio
Organized Labor and the AFL-CIO
  • Merger of the AFL-CIO
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRy0gGKTiN8
  • Landrum Griffin Act
lonely crowds and organization men
Lonely Crowds and Organization Men
  • The “other-directed” man
  • Organization Man
health and medicine
Health and Medicine
  • Improvements in medical care
  • AMA’s criticism of “socialized medicine”
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bNZ6GG0BH0
tuesday 4 2 13
Tuesday 4/2/13
  • Agenda
    • Finish yesterday’s Activity
    • Youth Culture
  • Reminders
    • Test Review: Lunch 4/15
    • Test: Tuesday 4/16 Chapters 26,27,28
suburban life1
Suburban Life
  • The Suburban Housewife
    • http://www.colorado.edu/AmStudies/lewis/film/homecbook.pdf
  • The Feminine Mystique
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVv7iNEy9fU&list=PL50F1219833C79523&index=3
  • The Car Culture
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7t9YlMxWoE
  • Baby Boom
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-I-sYNuLq0
organized labor and the afl cio1
Organized Labor and the AFL-CIO
  • Merger of the AFL-CIO
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRy0gGKTiN8
  • Landrum Griffin Act
lonely crowds and organization men1
Lonely Crowds and Organization Men
  • The “other-directed” man
  • Organization Man
health and medicine1
Health and Medicine
  • Improvements in medical care
  • AMA’s criticism of “socialized medicine”
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bNZ6GG0BH0
slide15
Youth Culture: Rebelling Against Conformity *Copy the following diagram onto a page of your notebook or on a piece of printer paper.

Outside the Box

Inside the Box

instructions
Instructions
  • We will listen to two songs from the 1950s, for each song, complete the following:
    • What is the message of the song? What lyrics can you quote that convey that message?
      • Write down a few lyrics that demonstrate the message of the song in the appropriate location.
  • Inside the Box- Song 1: Shake, Rattle, and Roll (1954) *Bill Haley Version
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wa4FH9mbDGU
  • Outside the Box- Song 2: Summertime Blues (1958)
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeWC59FJqGc
slide17

Suburbia

  • Inside the box, list four positive characteristics of 1950s’ suburbia
  • Outside the box, list four reasons why critics did not like suburbia

Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll

  • Outside the box: what were American teenagers listening to?
  • Inside the box: how did mainstream America react?

Almost Grown

  • Outside the box: draw three symbols to represent the changes in American teens during the 1950s

Deviance and Delinquency

  • Who were the teen idols from the 50s and why did people look up to them?

Television: Tube of Plenty

  • Inside the Box: What TV shows did mainstream middle-class families watch? Draw an image to represent this type of show.
  • Outside the Box: What TV shows did urban ethnic communities watch?What happened to them? Draw an image to represent this type of show.

Culture Critics

  • Outside the box, create and draw a symbol of the beat movement and label it Beats.
  • Next to the symbol, list at least three characteristics of the beats and beat literature.

(If Time) History Alive! Textbook Section 42.3

  • Read the subsection “Comic Books Deviate from ‘the American Way.’” Outside the box, create and draw a symbol of a comic book and label it Comic Books.
    • Next to the symbol, list at least three characteristics of comic books and the movement against them.
  • Read the subsection “Artists Rebel with Paint.” Outside the box, create and draw a symbol of abstract expressionism and label it Abstract Expressionism.
    • Next to the symbol, list at least three characteristics of abstract expressionist artists and their art.
block day 4 3 4 4
Block Day 4/3 & 4/4
  • Agenda
    • Fluency Fact Review Quiz
    • Finish Inside/Outside the box Activity
    • The 1950s & 1960s Group Activity (presentations on Friday)
  • Reminders
    • Test Review: Lunch 4/15
    • Test: Tuesday 4/16 Chapters 26,27,28
review quiz synthesizer frames

Show Commonality:

    • ___________ , _____________ , and _____________ all demonstrate ____________ in the ____________ period.
  • Show Contrast:
    • Although ______________ in the case of ____________, for the most part ______________ as seen in the ______________ and the _____________.
  • Show Analysis:
    • ______________, ________________, and ______________ all resulted from _______________ in the ____________________ period.
Review Quiz Synthesizer Frames
slide20

Suburbia

  • Inside the box, list four positive characteristics of 1950s’ suburbia
  • Outside the box, list four reasons why critics did not like suburbia

Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll

  • Outside the box: what were American teenagers listening to?
  • Inside the box: how did mainstream America react?

Almost Grown

  • Outside the box: draw three symbols to represent the changes in American teens during the 1950s

Deviance and Delinquency

  • Who were the teen idols from the 50s and why did people look up to them?

Television: Tube of Plenty

  • Inside the Box: What TV shows did mainstream middle-class families watch? Draw an image to represent this type of show.
  • Outside the Box: What TV shows did urban ethnic communities watch?What happened to them? Draw an image to represent this type of show.

Culture Critics

  • Outside the box, create and draw a symbol of the beat movement and label it Beats.
  • Next to the symbol, list at least three characteristics of the beats and beat literature.

(If Time) History Alive! Textbook Section 42.3

  • Read the subsection “Comic Books Deviate from ‘the American Way.’” Outside the box, create and draw a symbol of a comic book and label it Comic Books.
    • Next to the symbol, list at least three characteristics of comic books and the movement against them.
  • Read the subsection “Artists Rebel with Paint.” Outside the box, create and draw a symbol of abstract expressionism and label it Abstract Expressionism.
    • Next to the symbol, list at least three characteristics of abstract expressionist artists and their art.
the 1950s 1960s group activity creating a newsreel
The 1950s & 1960s Group Activity: Creating a Newsreel
  • Work with your group to create a 5 minute newsreel that you will act out in front of class. Your newsreel should highlight the impact of the 1950s & 1960s on your assigned group. It should describe the kinds of opportunities and/or hardships the 1950s and 1960s created for this group of Americans.
  • Group
    • The Election of 1960 & The New Frontier (pgs. 994-996, 1020-1021)
    • Kennedy’s Foreign Policy (pgs. 996-999)
    • Post WWII Segregation (pgs 1010-1013)
    • School Desegregation (pgs 1013-1016)
    • Nonviolent Resistance (pgs 1016-1020)
    • Resistance to Change (1020-1026)
    • Civil Rights on a National Stage (pgs 1026-1029)
    • Voting Rights (Pgs 1029-1031, 1033-1035)
the 1960s group activity creating a newsreel
The 1960s Group Activity: Creating a Newsreel
  • Step 1: Read your notes from the section in Chapters 27 & 28 for the topic assigned to you.
  • Step 2: Brainstorm ideas for your 5 minute newsreel. It must include:
    • Examples of at least 4 opportunities or hardships experienced by the group during the 1960s
    • Any bolded words in your reading section
    • The following 3 roles:
      • Anchor person – introduces the story and closes it
      • Reporter who conducts a “live” broadcast on location
      • A person from your topic group who has been directly affected and is interviewed by the reporter
    • At least one of the following: poster, chart, propaganda, graphs, props, music, etc.
  • Step 3: Write the script for your newsreel. The producer should review the script. Each person must have their own copy of the script or can perform the lines without a script.
  • Step 4: The Producer should facilitate the group in rehearsing the newsreel. As you rehearse, the Producer should make sure that:
    • Everyone is actively involved
    • Everyone speaks loudly and clearly
    • The group of Americans is identified at the beginning of the newsreel
    • All props or visuals are located and/or completed
friday 4 5 13
Friday 4/5/13
  • Agenda
    • Notebook Check
    • Continue work on Newsreels
  • Reminders
    • CALENDAR CHANGE!!
    • Test Moved to Tuesday 4/23, Chapters 26, 27, 28, & 29
    • Test Review, Monday at lunch, 4/22
    • Shift reading Notes accordingly.
    • Final Exam, Monday 5/13
    • AP Exam, Wednesday 5/15
check 7 notes range
Check #7 Notes Range

5th Period

  • Dates: March 11th – April 5th
  • Page #s 894-1042
  • Total Assignments: 19

6th Period:

  • Dates: March 11th – April 5th
  • Page #s 894-1042
  • Total Assignments: 19
the 1950s 1960s group activity creating a newsreel1
The 1950s & 1960s Group Activity: Creating a Newsreel
  • Work with your group to create a 5 minute newsreel that you will act out in front of class. Your newsreel should highlight the impact of the 1950s & 1960s on your assigned group. It should describe the kinds of opportunities and/or hardships the 1950s and 1960s created for this group of Americans.
  • Group
    • The Election of 1960 & The New Frontier (pgs. 994-996, 1020-1021)
    • Kennedy’s Foreign Policy (pgs. 996-999)
    • Post WWII Segregation (pgs 1010-1013)
    • School Desegregation (pgs 1013-1016)
    • Nonviolent Resistance (pgs 1016-1020)
    • Resistance to Change (1020-1026)
    • Civil Rights on a National Stage (pgs 1026-1029)
    • Voting Rights (Pgs 1029-1031, 1033-1035)
the 1960s group activity creating a newsreel1
The 1960s Group Activity: Creating a Newsreel
  • Step 1: Read your notes from the section in Chapters 27 & 28 for the topic assigned to you.
  • Step 2: Brainstorm ideas for your 5 minute newsreel. It must include:
    • Examples of at least 4 opportunities or hardships experienced by the group during the 1960s
    • Any bolded words in your reading section
    • The following 3 roles:
      • Anchor person – introduces the story and closes it
      • Reporter who conducts a “live” broadcast on location
      • A person from your topic group who has been directly affected and is interviewed by the reporter
    • At least one of the following: poster, chart, propaganda, graphs, props, music, etc.
  • Step 3: Write the script for your newsreel. The producer should review the script. Each person must have their own copy of the script or can perform the lines without a script.
  • Step 4: The Producer should facilitate the group in rehearsing the newsreel. As you rehearse, the Producer should make sure that:
    • Everyone is actively involved
    • Everyone speaks loudly and clearly
    • The group of Americans is identified at the beginning of the newsreel
    • All props or visuals are located and/or completed