1.) Quiz: Articles of Confederation & Constitution
2.) Turn in Homework: Confederation and Constitution
3.) Constitution Notes / Discussion
4.) Constitutional Pursuit Group Activity / Discussion
5.) Unit 1 Study Guide: Due 9/9/15
6.) Optional Review Video Below:
1.) Review Declaration of Independence (Check homework)
2.) Articles of Confederation Lecture / Notes
Watch the video below
3.) Confederation and the Constitution Graphic Organizer
1.) American Ideals Group Presentations
2.) Turning in "Charting American Ideals" Chart
3.) Reading, Annotating, & Analyzing the Declaration of Independence
1.) Collect Here I Stand: American Ideals Assignment
2.) Debating American Ideals: 4 Corners Activity
3.) American Ideals and the Declaration of Independence Chart Assignment: Group Activity
4.) Homework: Create a Google Slide Presentation for your assigned ideal.
•Read the assigned section
•Stop to discuss.
•EVERY group member should be involved in the discussion
•Record group members thoughts on your chart
•Prepare a visual display of your ideas! Be creative
•Assign speaking roles
Be ready to present on Friday
1.) Civil Rights Notes: Privilege
2.) Comparing & Contrasting Primary Sources: Seneca Falls & National Organization for Women
- Read documents
- answer the questions
- Create a Venn Diagram comparing & contrasting the document purpose, goals, tone, language used, etc.
3.) Homework: Final Exam Study Guide
1.) Deconstructing Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech
See attached worksheet.
2.) Homework Reminder: Reading and Identifications. See previous agenda.
1.) Warm-Up Discussion
2.) Little Rock 9 Discussion and Activity
3.) Eyes on the Prize Video notes
4.) Reading Pages 706-723
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
March on Washigton & "I have a Dream Speech"
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Voting Rights Act of 1965
Stokely Carmichael & Black Power Movement
1.) "Selma" movie and discussion
2.) Read Pages 703-707. Complete reading notes. Make sure you know about the key people and events.
1.) Background to Civil Rights Movement Notes / Class Discussion
2.) Emmett Till Documentary & Video Questions
3.) Homework: Read "Taking on Segregation" Pages 700-703 (Stop at "Reaction to Brown") & Pages 708-709 "Brown v. Board". Take reading notes in the correct format!
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