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  1. Welcome to Humanities B 1950-Present

  2. I can explain policies & procedures for Arts Humanities B • Find your seat • Notecard • Name • Parents Names • 1 thing you learned from being in high school this year (academic, social, other) • 1 thing you learned from Humanities A • Something your proud of • Something your are looking forward to • Syllabus/Folder • Introduction to Kovacs

  3. 334 Housekeeping w/ Ms. Kovacs • You will need a notebook/writing utensils Guidelines • Bell Rings • To speak: please raise your hand • Restroom- Take care of business before class • Utilize the resources available to you • Participate • absent -website • Artsandhumanitiesferncreek.weebly.com • You must be seated to be dismissed Conquer this class!

  4. 11/15/13 I can explain the traits of a family in the 1950s • Introductions Finished/Guess who? • Journal: Give a description of your family. Who do you live with? What does it look like? Do you think you have a typical 2013s American family? Leave it to Beaver 1950s historical context

  5. Guess Who? Round 1 - favorite musician / actor • Write on sticky note; trade w / partner; ask 3 yes/no questions to at least three other students or until answered. Round 2 - parents' favorite musician that I do not listen to • Same as above; ask 3 yes/no questions OR either/or questions (Was your person famous for a TV show or film?) Round 3 - parents / grandparents' favorite TV show • Same as above; ask 3 yes/no, either/or OR hint/quote questions (What was the show's theme song?) Afterwards, plot the names / shows on a chart of decades. Lead into discussion.

  6. 11/18/13 I can describe the social aspects of 1950s American culture and explain how it was represented in drama. • Have Beaver vs. Modern worksheet out • Warm up: Compare your family to the Cleavers. Do so in a t-chart(similarities/differences) • Modern Family Episode • Comparison • The birth of television ppt

  7. 11/19/13 I can explain the traits of a 1950s T.V. family through theater. • Birth of Television notes out • Warm up: 2+ sentences of historical context. What do you know about the 1950s so far? • I love Lucy episode • Script groups of 2 write the script to a scene from a 1950s show. The script must be a scene between parent and child and must have 1950s elements of drama with a MODERN ISSUE. • Birth of Television continued

  8. 11/20/13 I can create a script in the style of 1950s sitcoms to demonstrate my knowledge of 1950s events and their effects on the arts. • Warm up: Define the 2 era’s prior to the Golden Age of Television: 1920s and 1930s. Define HUAC. Explain how consumerism, communism and conformity fit into the 1950s? • Skit Editing • 1950s Golden Age of Television ppt • Friday is the last day for the coat drive. Have you participated yet?

  9. My former student wanted to share with you #reality

  10. 11/21/13 I can explain how advertisements of the 1950s qualified as visual art and explain the impact these had on society • Warm up: What is the #1 way for a company to get you to buy/use/support their product? [think about this…why do you wear the style of clothes you have on? The drink you drink? Etc.] • Skits should be in turn in bin • 1950s Golden Age of Television ppt • Friday is the last day for the coat drive. Have you participated yet? • Consumerism Art Walk/Ad introduction

  11. 11/22/13 I can explain how advertisements of the 1950s qualify as visual art and create one of my own • Review vocabulary bandwagon, testimonial, repetition, emotional appeal • Finish ad walk-> journal • Journal: Which of the visual arts from yesterday’s lesson was the most appealing to you? Using at least 3 elements and principles of art, describe what you liked about it. {what were those elements and principles of art again?} • Commercials

  12. Create a visual advertisement by choosing one of the products from below. You may use your cell phones to research what the product may have looked like or resembled. On the back of the ad, you must identify the propaganda technique used and describe how it was used. You must also explain what this product says or tells us about the decade. • Coca-Cola • 7up • Camel Cigarettes • Seagram’s 7 Whiskey • Kleenex Tissues • Bayer Aspirin • Colgate Toothpaste • Listerine Mouthwash • Butterfinger Candy Bar • Planter’s Peanuts • Ford Thunderbird • Oldsmobile Coupe • Hanes Undergarments • Cole Swimsuits • Jello • Kellogg’s Cornflakes • Peter Pan Peanut Butter • Double Bubble

  13. 11/25/13 I can explain how The Waterfront depicts 1950s life • 1950s ad finished • The waterfront guided questions

  14. 12/2/13I can describe the birth of Rock n’ Roll music, identify its origins and analyze its effects on pop culture • Several of you are missing sitcom and/or 1950s advertisement…your only grade… • Warm up: List 5 important events concerning American during the 1950s (Look at Word Wall). How can you see 1950s culture in the movie Grease? • Waterfront questions • Hand jive • Birth of rock and roll PowerPoint • Test Thursday

  15. 12/3/13 I can evaluate the impact of Elvis Presley (and others) on culture during the 1950s • Journal: 2-3 sentences about what you learned yesterday. Then, what is a pop/culture icon? What defines these idols? Give an example of a pop icon today and explain why they are defined as such. • Hand Jive • Elvis article • 1950s music w/ guided tour questions/station • DUE TODAY: Elvis summary/stations handout

  16. 12/4/13 I can compare and contrast the various genres of music from the 1950s • Journal: What is the most popular genre of music today? What is listened to the most? Based on your answer, what would you say was the genre most listened to in the 1950s? Why? • Hand Jive/Jimmy Fallon • Rock and Roll stations conclusion • 1950s exam review

  17. 12/5/13 I will ROCK the test • 1950s exam • 1960s brainstorm • You are allowed to have drinks so asking is irrelevant • Wasn’t All Rock n Roll PPT • Vocabulary: Johnny Cash • Frank Sinatra • Patsy Cline • Ray Charles • Rat Pack • Bing Crosby • Harry Belafonte • Rosemary Clooney • What genre of music from the 1950s appealed to you the most?

  18. 12/9/13 I can identify influential musicians of the 1950s+ • You are allowed to have drinks so asking is irrelevant • Grade reports due Wednesday • Seniors! Florida $ due to Wilson today • Vocabulary: Johnny Cash • Frank Sinatra • Patsy Cline • Ray Charles • Rat Pack • Bing Crosby • Harry Belafonte • Rosemary Clooney • What genre of music from the 1950s appealed to you the most?

  19. 12/11/13 I can identify the important events, people and ideas of the 1960s and rank them in order of cultural significance • It wasn’t all rock and roll wrap up • Journal: Name 2 genres of music from 1950s/60s. What genre of music from the 1950s appealed to you the most? Why? Then choose three recent events in politics, sports, or current issues. Brainstorm how each of those events, ideas, etc. may be represented culturally. For example, Hurricane Sandy was recently commemorated with a benefit concert. • 1960s intro/Top 10 events

  20. I can identify the important events, people and ideas of the 1960s and rank them in order of cultural significance List 3 events from yesterday’s class • East-Berlin, 1961, shortly after the erection of the Wall. Konrad, Sophie and three of their friends plan a daring escape to Western Germany. The attempt is successful, except for Konrad, who remains behind. From then on, and for the next 28 years, Konrad and Sophie will attempt to meet again, in spite of the Iron Curtain. Konrad, who has become a reputed Astrophysicist, tries to take advantage of scientific congresses outside Eastern Germany to arrange encounters with Sophie. But in a country where the political police, the Stasi, monitors the moves of all suspicious people (such as Konrad's sister Barbara and her husband Harald), preserving one's privacy, ideals and self-respect becomes an exhausting fight, even as the Eastern block begins its long process of disintegration. • Top 10 events • Seattle's World’s fair • Media, TV, Film

  21. 12/13/13 • I can describe the characteristics or game shows and explain why Americans loved them during the 1960s • Journal: What is your favorite game/trivia/reality show on television of all time? Why do you enjoy it so much? • Jimmy Kimmel • Seattle's World’s fair • TV 1960s finish • Exit slip

  22. 12/16/13 • I can describe the elements and characteristics of pop art and create a work in the style of 1960s pop art • Trivia Wrap up • Exit Slip- Game show writing prompt • Introduction to 1960s art- Andy Warhol • Complex text

  23. Explain why TV shows in the categories of westerns, sci-fi and game shows become so popular in the 1960s?

  24. 12/17/13 I can describe the elements and characteristics of pop art and create a work in the style of 1960s pop art • Complex text • Andy ppt finished • Art walk • Holiday card

  25. Andy’s Stats • March 25, 2011 • An Andy Warhol portrait of Elizabeth Taylor is heading to the auction block in New York, where it's estimated to fetch at least $20 million. • The 1963 silkscreen, titled "Liz #5," is owned by hedge-fund manager Steven Cohen, the Wall Street Journal reports. It will be sold at Phillips de Pury on May 12 during its contemporary art sale. • Taylor died on Wednesday at age 79. • The portrait shows the legendary actress smiling and her eyelids covered in blue eye shadow. It comes from Warhol's 1960s series of pop culture icons like Jacqueline Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe. • "Liz #5 is a pristine gem," Michael McGinnis, head of contemporary art at Phillips de Pury, said in a statement. "It is Warhol at his very best with a perfect screen, glowing colors, and impeccable provenance. She is classic yet every bit as cutting edge as she was when Warhol painted her nearly 50 years ago." • The Journal says Cohen bought the portrait for an undisclosed sum from the estate of a major New York dealer. He declined to comment. • The current Warhol auction record is $71.7 million for "Green Car Crash." • July 10, 2002 • Pop artist Andy Warhol will be remembered on a U.S. postage stamp next month.Famed for his portraits of Marilyn Monroe and paintings of Campbell's soup cans, Warhol's career also included ventures in design, photography, film, television, writing and publishing.The commemorative stamp will be issued at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh on Aug. 9.Warhol, who died Feb. 22, 1987, in New York City, has remained famous far longer than the 15 minutes he once predicted for everyone.The 37-cent stamp features his 1964 self-portrait, which is now in the collection of the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, where he was born.

  26. 12/18/13 • I can describe the elements and characteristics of pop art and create a work in the style of 1960s pop art • I can define and describe protest music and analyze lyrics of protest music of the ‘60s • Create a holiday card in the style of 1960s pop art. See Art Creation Activity Rubric • Brainstorm ideas of what people could be protesting about in the 1960s • Universal Soldier Sainte Marie Buffy song analysis • Group analysis of lyrics • Protest music ppt • Exit slip

  27. 12/19/13 I can define and describe protest music and analyze lyrics of protest music of the ‘60s • List topics that people were protesting about in the 1960s. What techniques did they use? Why did they believe they would be successful? • Vocabulary review • Protest music ppt • Exit slip

  28. Exit Slip • Define protest music and give one example of a protest song of your generation

  29. 12/20/13Nice work Band, Orchestra, Choir • I can explain the impact The Beatles had on American Music and pop culture • Journal: List anything you think you may know about The Beatles. Where are they from? Songs they sing? Songs that have been covered by other musicians • Beatles Invasion • Videos • Beatles PPT- Take NOTES • Facts sheets-members profiles

  30. 1/8/14 Welcome Back! Happy New Year!!! • Monday/Tuesday we are in the library you will need headphones • Progress grades Friday • I can explain the impact The Beatles had on American Music and pop culture • Warm up: check out the word wall and review w/ a neighbor • Facts sheets-members profiles- groups + presentations • Beatles PPT- Rock and Roll Album cover examples • Greatest hits album cover • 1960s dances to learn

  31. If you , ask The Beatles!

  32. 1/9/14-1/10/14 • 1960s dances to learn • I can use examples from the film Hairspray to explain music, drama, historical context trends of the 1960s. • Greatest hits album cover/hairspray movie notes

  33. 1/13/14-1/14/14 • Woodstock! I can explain the cultural, historical and artistic significance of the Woodstock music festival • Journal: Think about what you’ve learned about the 1960s. What social issues were present during the time that might cause social unrest and rebellion? List at least 3.

  34. Explain why Woodstock is important to:American CultureAmerican HistoryAmerican Music • 1) Grab a partner. This will be your partner for 2 days so if they are a no show, you will be doing the work yourself. Choose wisely. • 2) read the background article on Woodstock • 3) Read the powerpoint for supporting details and musical samples to fill out graphic organizer • 4) Create a modern day Woodstock. • All are due 1/14/14 at the end of class

  35. 1/15/14 Modern Day Woodstock • I can explain the significance of Woodstock by creating my own music festival similar to that of Woodstock • Create a modern day Woodstock • Cause • Where? • Acts/musicians why? • Symbols/Slogans • Ads • Presentation • Dance Crazes • Review Matrix • Surfer and Soul • Test bumped to Friday?

  36. 1/16/14I can identify the characteristics and significance of Soul, British and Surfer Music of the 1960s • 1960s dance crazes • Make a chart with 3 columns. In each column, list everything you know about British, Surfer, Soul music, even if it’s just relevant today • Surfer and Soul genre background reading-jigsaw • British/Soul invasion ppt • Review Matrix • 1960s test tomorrow

  37. Exit slip • How did surfer and British music differ from rock n’ roll? • How did soul music differ from R and B of the past? • What does R and B stand for again?

  38. 1/17/14 • “What we have here is a failure to communicate.” Dr. Meyer is not playing games with dress code. If you are not in dress code (i.e. lime green, blue, red, hot pink) by 7:40 you will be excused to SSR <3 Kovacs. I’m back! • Proficiency 1960s • I can analyze the effects of social and political changes on the culture of America in the 1970s • Journal: Knowing what you do about the 1960s non conformists, how might TV and Film change even further in the 1970s? Come up with 1 prediction and justify it with one sentence

  39. 1/22/14 • Proficiency 1960s • I can analyze the effects of social and political changes on the culture of America in the 1970s • Journal: Knowing what you do about the 1960s non conformists, how might TV and Film change even further in the 1970s? Come up with 1 prediction and justify it with one sentence Contra Dancing (March 7) Test 1970s intro

  40. 1/23/14 • I can analyze the effects of social and political changes on the culture of America in the 1970s • Journal: Knowing what you do about the 1960s non conformists, how might TV and Film change even further in the 1970s? Come up with 1 prediction and justify it with one sentence

  41. 1/24/14 • I can explain the social and political changes in 1970s America • Grade reports • 1970s intro • Continuation of notes • Word wall

  42. 1/27/14I can identify the importance of the Grand Old Opry and differentiate the various styles and sounds of country music of the 1970-Today • ORQ Explain TV, Film and society of the 1970s. (Use all the vocabulary on the word wall. • Roots, • Jeffersons • The Brady Bunch • Saturday Night Fever • Rocky • Jaws • Star Wars • Busing • Brown v. Board • Roe v. Wade • Watergate • Kent State Massacre • Gerald R Ford • Plessy vs. Ferguson • I am not a crook • Richard Nixon • Grease • Airport • George Lucas • Space Probes • /20 • Nixon “I am not a crook” video • Grade ORQ • Intro to country music • 1970s test Friday

  43. 1/28/14 • I can analyze the effects of Country Music on the culture of America in the 1970s • Give 3 stereotypes about country music • Mars! http://www.usatoday.com/media/cinematic/video/4804043/ • Finish notes • Opry Clips- significant like today? • Vocab word wall updated • Quiz questions • Scholarships • http://usatodayeducation.com/k12/dream-up-the-office-depot-foundation • http://www.kohlscorporation.com/CommunityRelations/scholarship/

  44. 1/29/14 • I can explain how DISCO was incorporated into American society in the 1970s • Sub tomorrow • Seating chart • Technology KNOWN VOCABULARY • Dolly Parton • Merle Haggard • Charlie Rich • John Denver • Southern Rock • Bakersfield Country • Nashville Country

  45. Disco Vocab • Disco • Studio 54 • Donna Summer • KC and Sunshine Band • Village people

  46. 1/29/14 • I can identify and describe characteristics of the different sounds of 70s rock music. • Think back to the 1960s. How do you think rock music might evolve in the 70s? Why do you think so? • Vocab Quiz • Notes

  47. 1/30/141970s rock and roll TEST FRIDAY! • Grade Reports • Finish Rock and Roll Ppt • Vocab cards • I can describe the characteristics of the disco culture and analyze Studio 54 and its impact • Journal: write one word/phrase you think of when you hear the words: • disco, nightlife, studio, boogie

  48. Rock Vocab • Soft Rock • Hard Rock • Heavy Metal • Punk • Eagles • Queen • Pink Floyd • Led Zeppelin • The Ramones • Sex Pistols • Police • LynyrdSkynyrd

  49. 1/31/14 • No tutoring Monday the dentist calls… • DECA pictures • Studio 54 • Word Wall Review • 1970s test