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  1. Journals Entries

  2. August 22nd • 1st Period: Based on your knowledge of World War II and the parties involved, what kind of impact do you believe the events of World War II had on the world? • 2nd & 3rd Period: What period of time in US History stands out most to you? • 4th & 7th Period: When you think about the word Government what do you think of? • 5th & 6th Period: If you could travel anywhere where would you go and why?

  3. August 30th • 1st Period: Would someone like Hitler be able to rise to power in our world today? Why or why not? • 2nd & 3rd Period: Do you believe that issue like those of the 1850 still exist today? • 4th & 7th Period: Name one type of government and what do they do? • 5th & 6th Period: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live and why?

  4. August 31st • 1st Period: Hypothesize what the possible outcome might have been in the United States had not turned blinded eye to the Japanese use of “trade goods” from the United States. • 2nd & 3rd Period: What role did schools play in the Americanization movement to assimilate immigrants? • 4th & 7th Period: Why did the Founding Fathers feel they needed to ensure religious freedom in the 1st Amendment? • 5th & 6th Period: What physical factor(s) will the states of the Great Plains region likely have in common?

  5. September 1st • 1ST Period: Explain why you selected the person or entity? • 2nd & 3rd Period: the turn of the 20th century, most experts would agree what the most important discovery made as it had so many effects on the economy. • 4th & 7th Period: Virginia Plan: _____________________; New Jersey Plan: ____________________________ • 5th & 6th Period: What physical factor(s) will the states of the Great Plains region likely have in common

  6. September 6th • 1st Period: Who became dictator of Italy and analyze how they rose to power? • 2nd & 3rd: Explain which document you believe to be more important: Declaration of Independence or Constitution? • 4th & 7th Period: What terms does the Declaration of Independence use to describe natural rights? • 5th & 6th: Good luck on your test! 

  7. September 7th • 1st Period: Explain why you think the division of the former Ottoman Empire division of land had such a great affect on the Europe. • 2nd & 3rd Period: What Battle or War stands out in your mind & why? • 4th & 7th Period: Name one type of government and what do they do? • 5th & 6th Period: Good luck with Test! 

  8. September 8th • 1st: Analyze how technology played apart in the early years of World War II? • 2nd & 3rd: How did the automobile affect the standard of living in the United States in the early 20th century? • 4th & 7th: If you valued the maximum amount of separation of powers in order to ensure that no one misused his/her authority, which system of government would you favor and elaborate. • 5th & 6th: How do you human effect their environment?

  9. September 9th • 1st: What do you think was the most important weapon or technology that was invented before World War II? Elaborate! • 2 & 3: What one person made the big difference in our history? Elaborate! • 4 & 7: What in your opinion is the biggest difference in Federal & State governments? • 5 & 6: What is one thing you could do to help the earth? Elaborate!

  10. September 12th • 1st: List four items that were settled by the Treaty of Versailles. • 2nd & 3rd: If you could travel back in time to visit, what time period would you choose and elaborate? • 4th & 7th: Do you think the United States Government is more efficient now than when the Founding Father’s established our government? Why or why not? • 5th & 6th: Name one job in the field of geography? Tell me what they do.

  11. September 13th • 1st: Hypothesize what the possible outcome might have been occurred if Great Britain and others that signed the Treaty of Versailles had forced Germany to honor the terms of the treaty. • 2nd & 3rd: What would account for the large increase in the population of the West after 1860. • 4th & 7th: Compare and contrast the Preamble of the Declaration and Constitution. • 5th & 6th: Which factor most affects global wind patterns?

  12. September 14th • 1st: Compare and contrast the economic conditions post-Great War and pre-World War II. • 2nd & 3rd: In your opinion is there anyway that the Civil War could have been prevented even after the fall of Fort Sumter and a compromised reached between the North and South? • 4th & 7th: If you could change any rule in school what would you change and why? • 5th & 6th: What do you think is the most interesting country and why?

  13. September 15th • 1st: Compare and contrast Adolf Hitler and Franklin D. Roosevelt leadership methods. • 2nd & 3rd: Civil Service reform in the Gilded Age was needed largely due to what? • 4th & 7th: Analyze the following quote “All mankind…being equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty or possessions”. • 5th & 6th: Where would a rainforest biome be located?

  14. September 16th • All Classes: • Compare and contrast the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Is one more important than the other and if so elaborate?

  15. September 19th • 1st: Explain why do you think Great Britain was able to withstand Germany bombing. • 2nd & 3rd: Do you believe that issue like those of the 1850 still exist today? • 4th & 7th: Do you think the United States Government is more efficient now than when the Founding Father’s established our government? Why or why not? • 5th & 6th: Is Pluto a planet or not in your opinion? Why?

  16. September 20th • 1: What help like Winston Churchill become great leaders? • 2 & 3: Is life easier now or in 1860s? Elaborate? • 4 & 7: What branch of the government do you think is the most powerful? Elaborate? • 5 & 6: What is the most unique place in the world you have ever heard of and wanted to visit?

  17. September 21st • 1: Analysis why Germany was able to conquer so many European countries, before much notice was taken of them. • 2 & 3: Have you ever heard of the Battle of Wounded Knee? If so, what do you know? • 4 & 7: Explain the 3/5 Compromise and its significance? • 5 & 6: Why would the U.S. and Canada be considered as one region in the world?

  18. September 22nd • 1: Analyze why Germany decided to violate their Pact with Russia. • 2 & 3: Analyze whether you think Lincoln could have brought the country together after the Civil War? Elaborate why or why not? • 4 & 7: What government programs are not strong enough for those in need? • 5 & 6: What is your favorite kind of climate? Elaborate why?

  19. September 23rd • 1: Elaborate why you selected the person of historical importance for World War II? • 2 & 3: No Journal! Good Luck! • 4 & 7: Do you think propaganda is effective? Elaborate why or why not? • 5 & 6: No Journal! Good Luck! 

  20. September 26th • 1: Hypothesis what do you consider the greatest event of World War II. • 2 & 3: Hypothesis how you think life would have been different if the South had won Battle of Gettysburg? • 4 & 7: No Journal! Good Luck!  • 5 & 6: What can you personally do to help improve the atmosphere?

  21. September 27th • 1: The World War Era is identifiable for more than two world wars alone. Elaborate on the issues came to the forefront during this era. • 2 & 3: Elaborate why the United States felt that they had to become an imperialist country. • 4 & 7: Compare and contrast National Powers and State Powers. • 5 & 6: Elaborate where an Alaskan black bear lively thrive?

  22. September 28th • 1: Elaborate what was the most noticeable characteristic of the U.S. economy during World War II? • 2 & 3: Do you think the North was fair to the South after the Civil War? • 4 & 7: Elaborate what citizenship mean to you? • 5 & 6: How many different climates do you think we have in North America?

  23. September 29th • 1: Elaborate why you think minor battles of World War II did not get as much recognition as what as been classified as significant battles. • 2 & 3: Do you think Grant was right in his treatment of the South? • 4 & 7: Do you think that the Declaration of Independence is still an important document today as it was when it was written? Why or why not? • 5 & 6: Would you prefer to live closer to water or inland?

  24. September 30th • Happy Homecoming!! Have a Safe & Fun Time! No Journals!

  25. October 4th • 1: Compare and contrast the conditions of World War II with today society and conditions. • 2 & 3: Elaborate how reconstruction has a lasting impact on the South? • 4 & 7: Compare and contrast why the Constitution so important? • 5 & 6: After looking at the various maps, can you see why it is so hard for so many countries to get along?

  26. October 5th • 1: Hypothesis how events might have been different if the Japanese had honored their agreement with Germany to attack Russia. • 2 & 3: Elaborate whether the North or South correct in their belief? • 4 & 7: Elaborate why or why not whether the Constitution is still as important today as it was when it was written. • 5 & 6: What country do you think is the most populated?

  27. October 7th • 1: Elaborate why you think the German’s documented the victims of the Holocaust through photos. • 2 & 3: Compare and contrast mining and ranching, which was more successful? • 4 & 7: Elaborate why the Declaration of Independence is so important to our history? • 5 & 6: Compare and contrast the different the population areas in the United States.

  28. October 10th • 1: Hypothesis what you consider the most important time period between 1939 and 1945? • 2 & 3:Name one of the Indian Tribes? What do you know about them? • 4 & 7: Hypothesis why the Constitution so important? • 5 & 6: Compare and contrast whether goods that are in the private or public sector more beneficial and why?

  29. October 11th • 1: Compare and contrast the outcome of the war if the United States had not entered the war. • 2 & 3: What do believe that Native Americans are still owed something for what they endured? • 4 & 7: Hypothesis easy or hard was it to come up with own list of grievance? • 5 & 6: Hypothesis why you think that English is the primary language in the world?

  30. October 12th • 1: Weather Delay!  • 2 & 3: No Journal! Good Luck!  • 4 & 7: Justify why think that the Article of Confederation was so important to early Americans? • 5 & 6: No Journal! Good Luck! 

  31. October 13th • 1: Justify the importance of hearing both the Japanese and American military version of the events of World War II? • 2 & 3: What political changes occurred within the United States as a result of declaring war on Germany in World War 1? • 4 & 5: Compare and contrast the important role of third parties in the United States? • 6 & 7: Justify the likely characteristic of a rural community?

  32. October 14th • 1: Compare and contrast life in Europe and United States during the Great Depression. • 2 & 3: Compare and contrast what you think life was like in the West for the average family? • 4 & 7: Elaborate whether you think any one part of the Constitution is more important than the other? • 5 & 6: Elaborate what you know abut Latin America.

  33. October 17th • 1: Hypothesis what you consider the greatest impact of World War II. • 2 & 3: Compare and contrast whether fencing of the open range was a good thing or bad. • 4 & 7: Justify why bills and other legislation that are placed before voters to be approved be worded so that a “common person” could understand the bill or other legislation we are voting on. • 5 & 6: Elaborate the resource in the world do you believe is the most precious.

  34. October 18th • 1: Elaborate why it was important that President Roosevelt let attack on Pearl Harbor seemed unrevoked. • 2 & 3: Elaborate what life was like in the 1915 for Americans. • 4 & 7: Justify how key issues effect a candidates political career. • 5 & 6: Compare and contrast life in the United States to Latin America.

  35. October 19th • 1: Compare and contrast the treatment of Prisoner of War (POW) and those held in a concentration camps. • 2 & 3: Compare and contrast the problems between labor and management? • 4 & 7: Elaborate which Amendment you consider the most important and why did you select that Amendment. • 5 & 6: Compare and contrast the climate in the United States or Canada would you like to live?

  36. October 21st • 1: No Journal! • 2 & 3: Elaborate why you think Labor Unions formed? • 4 & 7: Justify whether the idea of checks and balances is a good thing or not. • 5 & 6: Elaborate one place you would live anywhere in the Latin America.

  37. October 24th • 1: Hypothesis the outcome if Germany had invade England through Netherlands instead of France. • 2 & 3: Justify the significance of significance of the World War I Battle of Argonne Forest. • 4 & 7:Compare and contrast media coverage of the Vietnam War impact political change and Desert Storm impact political change. • 5 & 6: Compare and contrast impact a policy against deforestation of the Amazon would have on the environment.

  38. October 25th • 1: Hypothesis the outcome if Germany had invade England through Netherlands instead of France. • 2 & 3: Compare and contrast why big business important to American life. • 4 & 7: Compare and contrast which you consider more important the Amendments or the Articles to the Constitution. • 5 & 6: Elaborate your favorite place to go on vacation.

  39. October 26th • 1: Hypothesis how the outcome of World War II might have been different if the Atomic Bombs had not been dropped on Japan. • 2 & 3: No Journal! Good Luck!  • 4 & 7: Compare and contrast how you think governmental regulations impact our personal life. • 5 & 6: Elaborate why Canada is much colder than the United States?

  40. October 27th • 1: Compare and contrast the difference on the Allie Forces continue to fight in Europe and dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan. • 2 & 3: Hypothesis most likely reason for the location of Argentina's major cities • 4 & 7: Compare and contrast the opportunities for citizens to participate in political party activities. • 5 & 6: Justify why Americans glorified the actions of Alvin York.

  41. October 28th • 1: Compare and contrast the difference on the Allie Forces continue to fight in Europe and dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan. • 2 & 3: Justify why Americans glorified the actions of Alvin York. • 4 & 7: Justify one reason Democrats and Republicans have different points of view on the issue of gun control. • 5 & 6: Elaborate on what is the biggest change in our culture here in the United States?

  42. October 31st 1: Compare and contrast the outcome of the Allied Forces if Hitler had attacked England before France. 2 & 3: Elaborate on Alvin York’s life style and personality so far in the movie. 4 & 7: Elaborate why the two parties developed in the United States political system? 5 & 6: Elaborate how the United States got the name “Melting Pot”?

  43. November 1st • To All Classes: Elaborate on something that you have learned in history; geography or government that you did not know that you have found interesting? Why?

  44. November 2nd • 1: Elaborate how the Atomic Age, changed the world after World War II. • 2 & 3: Compare and contrast if more Americans live in rural or urban areas today. • 4 & 7: Elaborate whether individuals make a difference in the government with their vote. • 5 & 6: Justify where the most populated place in the United States is located.

  45. November 3rd • 1: Elaborate what the most significant knowledge about the atomic bomb has been learned. • 2 & 3: Elaborate whether the United States is still experiencing a “Gilded Age” today. • 4 & 7: Justify how governmental regulations impact our personal life? • 5 & 6: No Journal! Good Luck! Remember Map Test Tomorrow! 

  46. November 4th • 1: Elaborate which member of Easy Company stands out the most to you and what make/made that person standout. • 2 & 3: Compare and contrast whether life was easier was in 1884 than in 2011. • 4 & 7: Justify whether our society should eliminate some of the parties to the political system or add more. • 5 & 6: Compare or contrast the effect of different cultures influence our society.

  47. November 7th • 1: Compare and contrast the treatment of Japan and Germany at the end of War World II. • 2 & 3: Elaborate the music genres best expresses the upbeat attitude of the 1920s. • 4 & 7: Elaborate the function of a political party. • 5 & 6: Europe, like the United States, has many economic activities elaborate economic regions of the continent.

  48. November 8th • 1: Compare and contrast the difference of the Nazi treatment of such as the Jewish population and the American’s treatment of Native Americans. • 2 & 3: Compared and contrast the of 1890’s and how much easier has life gotten. • 4 & 7: Elaborate how effective do you think minor parties are? • 5 & 6: Elaborate how is communication and transport networked together?

  49. November 9th • 1: Compare and contrast the treatment of prisoners of war by the Japanese and the Allied forces. • 2 & 3: Elaborate why in the turn century would US want to expand in the Pacific Ocean area. • 4 & 7 : Hypothesis the importance that History played in our Government? • 5 & 6: Elaborate whether the United States economy is better than other countries.

  50. November 10th • 1: Hypothesis why the World does not compare the genocide occurring today, to the treatment of such groups as the Jewish population by Nazi party during World War II. • 2 & 3: Justify whether America is still a great Empire. • 4 & 7: Elaborate the process a caucuses select delegates to the national convention. • 5 & 6: Compare and contrast the culture difference in Latin America from the United States.