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  1. Vietnam and Watergate Chapter 30, 32.2

  2. February 29, March 1, 2012Expectations • WALThat to stop the spread of communism in Southeast Asia, the US used its military to support South Vietnam • WALThat the US’s support role in Vietnam began what would become America’s longest and most controversial war in its history

  3. February 29, March 1, 2012Procedures • Create a chart of Prior Knowledge of the War in Vietnam and Discuss prior knowledge (10 minutes) • View PowerPoint of an overview of Vietnam (10 minutes) • Take notes using a Graphic Organizer while viewing a video segment, Century of Warfare Volume 7: Vietnam (50 minutes)

  4. February 29, March 1, 2012Homework • Read 30.2 and complete a Guided Reading Worksheet

  5. March 2 (short periods)March 5, 2012: Expectations • WALThat to stop the spread of communism in Southeast Asia, the US used its military to support South Vietnam • WALThat the US’s support role in Vietnam began what would become America’s longest and most controversial war in its history

  6. March 2 (short periods)March 5, 2012: Procedures • Read the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and analyze; Is the resolution constitutional? • View segments of the documentary film Fog of War and discuss the roots of mistrust evident in the American war effort • Complete a Map of the Southeast Asia (Textbook page 886, Online 939) in order to complete a Geography Quiz of Southeast Asia

  7. March 2 (short periods)March 5, 2012: Homework • Read 30.3 and complete a Guided Reading Worksheet

  8. March 6, 7 (short periods), 2012: Expectations • WALThat The US sent troops to fight in Vietnam, but the war quickly became a stalemate • WALThat Since Vietnam, Americans are more aware of the positive and negative effects of sending US troops in foreign conflicts

  9. March 6, 7 (short periods), 2012: Procedures • View Segments of We Were Soldiers • Complete Worksheet of Notes during Film • Pop Quiz?

  10. March 6, 7 (short periods), 2012: Homework • Read 30.4 and complete a Guided Reading Worksheet • MAP QUIZ- Vietnam

  11. March 8 (short periods), 9, 2012: Expectations • WALThat The US sent troops to fight in Vietnam, but the war quickly became a stalemate • WALThat Since Vietnam, Americans are more aware of the positive and negative effects of sending US troops in foreign conflicts

  12. March 8 (short periods), 9, 2012: Procedures • View Segments of We Were Soldiers • Complete Worksheet of Notes during Film • Pop Quiz?

  13. March 8 (short periods), 9, 2012: Homework • Read 30.5 and complete a Guided Reading Worksheet

  14. March 12, 13 2012Expectations • WALThat The US sent troops to fight in Vietnam, but the war quickly became a stalemate • WALThat Since Vietnam, Americans are more aware of the positive and negative effects of sending US troops in foreign conflicts

  15. March 12, 13 2012Procedures • Vietnam Map Quiz • Sailors to the End Reading Segment • Review Guided Readings • Research Paper Topic Assignments • Election of 1964 Advertisement • Preview 1968

  16. March 12, 13 2012Homework • Preliminary Research on topic in order to finalize • Complete Protest Comparison Worksheet

  17. March 14, 15 2012Expectations • WALThat An enemy attack in Vietnam, two assassinations and a chaotic political convention made 1968 an explosive year • WALThat Disturbing events in 1968 accentuated the nation’s divisions, which are still healing in the 21st Century

  18. March 14, 15 2012Procedures • Finalize Research Paper Topics • Chart A of responsible Wiki Worksheet • 1968 Video • Complete Video Questions

  19. March 14, 15 2012Homework • Print out ALL documents on Research Paper and complete CHART A of Responsible Wiki Worksheet

  20. March 16, 19 2012Expectations • WALThat An enemy attack in Vietnam, two assassinations and a chaotic political convention made 1968 an explosive year • WALThat Disturbing events in 1968 accentuated the nation’s divisions, which are still healing in the 21st Century

  21. March 16, 19 2012Procedures • Video 1968 • Complete Video Questions • Credibility Gap DBQ • Use documents to complete chart

  22. March 16, 19 2012Homework • Complete Map of TET Offensive • CHART A of Responsible Wiki Due

  23. March 20, 21 2012Expectations • WALThat President Nixon instituted his Vietnamization policy, and America’s longest war finally came to an end • WALThat Since Vietnam, America considers more carefully the risks of its own interests before intervening in foreign affairs

  24. March 20, 21 2012Procedures • Hand in Wiki Worksheet • In groups, complete worksheet on Nixon’s Foreign Policy • Video- The Presidents: Nixon • Watergate Facts on File and Political Cartoon Review

  25. March 20, 21 2012Homework • Prepare for Key Terms Quiz • Responsible Wiki CHART B

  26. March 22, 23 2012Expectations • WALTo demonstrate our knowledge of The Conflict in Vietnam by completing a Key Terms Quiz and Reviewing for a TEST

  27. March 22, 23 2012Procedures • Complete Key Terms Quiz • Complete Jeopardy Review

  28. March 22, 23 2012Homework • Prepare for Vietnam/Watergate TEST

  29. March 26, 27 2012Procedures • Vietnam/Watergate TEST • Multiple Choice • Essay Framework • DBQ Vietnam and the Credibility Gap • Homework: • Read 32.1 “Nixon’s Foreign Policy” • Read 32.3 “Ford’s Foreign Policy” • Read 32.3 “A Human Rights Foreign Policy” • Be prepared for a quiz • Research/Works Cited Due April 11, 12