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What Can We Learn From The Past?. Unit Questions. Why did America progress in the 1950s? How does today’s America compare to that of America in the 1950s? What can we learn from progress made in the 1950s? Can you develop a plan to bring America out of the recession?. America in the 1950s.

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unit questions
Unit Questions
  • Why did America progress in the 1950s?
  • How does today’s America compare to that of America in the 1950s?
  • What can we learn from progress made in the 1950s?
  • Can you develop a plan to bring America out of the recession?
america in the 1950s

America in the 1950s

Codye B. Hunter

ED 503

April 4, 2011

what we will cover
What We Will Cover…
  • Unit topic
  • Technology use
  • Independent research
  • Interdisciplinary between English and history
unit topic
Unit Topic

Exploring America in the 50s through Politics, Social Changes, and Entertainment

technology use
Technology Use
  • Reviewing rules for the computer lab
  • Navigating the internet
  • Relying on credible sources
  • Allocating time
student research
Student Research
  • Allowing them research on their own
  • Keeping students on task
  • Using a research worksheet
  • Distinguishing between primary and secondary sources
interdisciplinary aspects
Interdisciplinary Aspects
  • Combining English and history
  • Connecting sequential order and timelines
  • Using compare/contrast structure
  • Writing in PAST tense from different perspectives and points of view
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Much can be gained from the past especially when technology and interdisciplinary ideas are used
  • Student generated research is valuable
  • Good research comes with rules and protocol
  • Interdisciplinary studies benefit students beyond the classroom
questions or comments
Questions or Comments
  • Please feel free to email me with any questions or concerns.
  • cbh1@muw.edu
  • 662.549.6900