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January 22, 2014. Chapter 8 Section 3 Notes. D.A.S.H. DATE: January 24, 2014 AGENDA: 2 nd and 4 th hour will discuss notes over Chapter 8 Section 2. 3 rd and 5 th hour will discuss notes over Chapter 8 Section 3.

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January 22 2014

January 22, 2014

Chapter 8 Section 3 Notes


D a s h

D.A.S.H.

  • DATE: January 24, 2014

  • AGENDA: 2nd and 4th hour will discuss notes over Chapter 8 Section 2. 3rd and 5th hour will discuss notes over Chapter 8 Section 3.

  • STATE OBJECTIVE:1. Examine the economic, political, and social transformations between the World Wars. B. Describe the rising racial tensions in American society including the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, increased lynchings, race riots as typified by the Tulsa Race Riot, and the use of poll taxes and literacy tests to disenfranchise blacks and poor whites.

  • HOMEWORK/CLASSWORK: Continue working on Chapter 8 through 10.


Bell ringer 4

Bell ringer 4

  • In preparation for the EOI tests the following questions are from released EOI tests and possible EOI test questions. Try answering first without any assistance of any kind—make a note of the ones that are difficult to understand or you cannot remember the material.

  • 1. At the outbreak of war in Europe in 1914, President Wilson followed a foreign policy of

  • F. neutrality.

  • G. militarism.

  • H. containment.

  • J. expansionism.


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EOI Bell Ringer continued

  • 2. One factor which contributed to the Great Depression was that American consumers in the 1920s

  • A. avoided purchasing anything other than the bare necessities.

  • B. began to accumulate personal debt through installment buying.

  • C. were unable to afford manufactured goods because the costs were so high.

  • D. waited until they had saved enough money before making major purchases.


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EOI Bell Ringer continued

  • Poll Taxes

  • Literacy Tests

  • Property Tests

  • 3. What was the purpose of the requirements listed in the box above?

  • F. to encourage more young Americans to vote

  • G. to make the voting process more democratic

  • H. to restrict many African Americans from voting

  • J. to demonstrate the benefits of women’s suffrage


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EOI Bell Ringer continued

  • 4. Which statement best describes the importance of immigration to the development of the United States?

  • F. Immigration has had no real influence on the United States.

  • G. The population of the United States would decline without immigration.

  • H. Immigrants usually brought family fortunes that helped to build the United States.

  • J. Immigration provides a flow of new ideas and diverse cultures to the United States.


Eoi bell ringer concluded

EOI Bell Ringer concluded

  • 5. The 19th Amendment was nicknamed the “Susan B. Anthony Amendment” because Anthony

  • F. graduated from Oberlin College.

  • G. chaired the Seneca Falls Convention.

  • H. helped lead the women’s suffrage movement.

  • J. fought for women’s health and safety standards.


Answers

ANSWERS

  • 1. F

  • 2. B

  • 3. H

  • 4. J

  • 5. H


Chapter 8 section 3 notes

Chapter 8 Section 3 Notes

  • April 15, 1920, two men robbed and murdered two employees of a shoe factory in Braintree, Massachusetts. Police arrested Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti for the crime based on lies they told of their anarchist activities.


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