I will be out today, so we will have to delay the Simulation until Wednesday.

In class:

1.  Study Guide Epilogue  (goes with the e-book) do this first

2.   SSR Epilogue K.L. Ghost readings (goes with the King Leopold’s Ghost book)  make a note of how far you got and finish reading next class.

Simulation on Wednesday/test next Tuesday (Multiple Choice and Essay)

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Chapter 26 New Deal IDs

The Legacy of the First World War

The Jazz Age or Depression Blues Part 1 and The Jazz Age or Depression Blues Part 2

IB HIST OXFORD AMERICAS US DEPRESSION

17 New Deal Alphabet Soup

CRITICAL THINKING EXERCISE on the New Deal

First New Deal     and     Second New Deal and did the ND end the GrDep

FDR successes and failures

New Deal and Varying Viewpoints

Next: Chapter 27 IDs WWII

Thursday/Friday (of this week):  Time to work on/prepare for simulation for half the period and then continue with the unit the other half.

Monday/Tuesday (of next week): Simulation of 1904 Debate in the British Parliament for the first hour of class and then continue with the Congo Unit.

Congo Unit Test Friday (13/3)/Monday (16/3) – MC, DBQ, Essay

ppts: Congo 5 and Congo 6 DRC Post-Leopold

Congo Review Crossword 2012 S

SR Epilogue K.L. Ghost readings

homework: Study Guide Epilogue (these go with the E-book reading) DUE Wednesday/Thursday(11-12/3)

Blocks B&C  Monday:  finish going over Part 2 of the study guide questions. Homework: study for Quiz + read p. 23-24 (scanned p.27-28) Wednesday: Quiz with Short answers and (maybe) a DBQ. And, prepare for simulation of a debate in the British Parliament in 1904 which will take place on Friday  Tuesday(Project grade).

The following week: finish unit and test (MC and Essay)

Blocks F&G Tuesday: Quiz with Short answers and (maybe) a DBQ. And, prepare for simulation of a debate in the British Parliament in 1904 which will take place on Thursday Monday(Project grade). Weekend homework: study for Quiz + read p. 23-24 (scanned p.27-28)

For the simulation:  Congo Parliamentary Simulation Directions  and  Parliamentary Debate Agenda and Option Group’s Reflection and Feedback (No need to hand in just use it as a guide)

Presenting MPs (MP=Member of Parliament):  present their part of the argument and Undecided MPs: listen to presentations, grade them using a rubric, ask questions, and write up a decision

Rubrics: Parliamentary Debate Rubric for MP Presenters  and    Parliamentary Debate Rubric for Undecided MP’s

The following week: finish unit and test (MC and Essay)

Thursday (26/2) we will go over the recent test and essay (and start the presentations -finally!)

Progressive Essay and Student Sample – Joel

Thursday/Monday (26/2 and 2/3) ):  Presentations

Wednesday (4/3) :  Quiz (MC and maybe a Short Answer) on Chapter 23 and Presentations (24-25) and the Causes of the Great Depression – including the Stock Market Crash (end of Ch.25)

Friday (6/3): start Chapter 26 New Deal IDs and questions 2+3

 

February 24: Treaty of Versailles + start Roaring Twenties presentations

Feb. 26 and March 2:  finish presentations

March 4: Multiple Choice (and maybe a short answer) Quiz on Ch. 23 and the presentations (Chs. 24+25 up to the Stock Market Crash)

March 4,6: Stock Market Crash, Great Depression and the New Deal (end of Ch. 25+26)

March 10,12: finish Ch.26 – The Second World War starts in Europe and Asia (in Ch.26)

Flex (March 13): DBQ

March 16-20: Ch.27-America and the Second World War

March 20 or 24: Multiple Choice and Essay on Chs.25-27 (1929-1945)

March 24-27: Class debate on Atomic Bomb and start Chapter 28 (Origins/Start of the Cold War 1945-1951)

Spring Break: Individually review for May exam + Ch. 29