Pōʻakolu,Pōʻahā a me Pōʻalima, 26, 27 a me 28 ʻApelila 17

980541572_origThe Great Depression (1929-1932)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Changes in a nationʻs economy directly affects its citizens both positively and negatively.

Essential Question:  What causes changes in the economy over time?  How do depressions affect societies?

Objectives:
—how speculation caused the stock market to fail
—how the events of the stock market crash affected the entire nation-not only Wall Street
—the effects of the Great Depression on the American people
—how art and entertainment affected Americansʻ lives during the Depression
—the effects of the Dust Bowl and Okie migration
—what President Hoover did to promote recovery
—how citizens reacted to Hooverʻs recovery efforts.

Standards:
…People, Places and Environments (#1, 3, 6, 8)
…Individuals, Groups and Institutions (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8)

The Great Depression Choice Board Assessment
—Work time on choice board assessment

Homework:  Newsela write due tomorrowThursday; Newsela Quiz Friday.

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Pōʻalua, 25 ‘Apelila 17

980541572_origThe Great Depression (1929-1932)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Changes in a nationʻs economy directly affects its citizens both positively and negatively.

Essential Question:  What causes changes in the economy over time?  How do depressions affect societies?

Objectives:
—how speculation caused the stock market to fail
—how the events of the stock market crash affected the entire nation-not only Wall Street
—the effects of the Great Depression on the American people
—how art and entertainment affected Americansʻ lives during the Depression
—the effects of the Dust Bowl and Okie migration
—what President Hoover did to promote recovery
—how citizens reacted to Hooverʻs recovery efforts.

Standards:
…People, Places and Environments (#1, 3, 6, 8)
…Individuals, Groups and Institutions (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8)

Hooverʻs Response to The Great Depression
—Group reading pp. 434-437
—Discussion
—Complete vocab and assessment via Google Classroom.

The Great Depression Choice Board Assessment
—Go over via Google Classroom
—Due May 3, 2017 by 3:30 pm!

Homework:  Newsela write due Thursday; Newsela Quiz Friday.

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Pōʻakahi, 24 ʻApelila 17

980541572_origThe Great Depression (1929-1932)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Changes in a nationʻs economy directly affects its citizens both positively and negatively.

Essential Question:  What causes changes in the economy over time?  How do depressions affect societies?

Objectives:
—how speculation caused the stock market to fail
—how the events of the stock market crash affected the entire nation-not only Wall Street
—the effects of the Great Depression on the American people
—how art and entertainment affected Americansʻ lives during the Depression
—the effects of the Dust Bowl and Okie migration
—what President Hoover did to promote recovery
—how citizens reacted to Hooverʻs recovery efforts.

Standards:
…People, Places and Environments (#1, 3, 6, 8)
…Individuals, Groups and Institutions (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8)

Life During The Great Depression
—Group reading pp. 431-433
—Discussion
—Complete vocab and assessment via Google Classroom.

Homework:  Newsela write due Thursday; Newsela Quiz Friday.

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Pōʻalima, 21 ʻApelila 17

980541572_origThe Great Depression (1929-1932)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Changes in a nationʻs economy directly affects its citizens both positively and negatively.

Essential Question:  What causes changes in the economy over time?  How do depressions affect societies?

Objectives:
—how speculation caused the stock market to fail
—how the events of the stock market crash affected the entire nation-not only Wall Street
—the effects of the Great Depression on the American people
—how art and entertainment affected Americansʻ lives during the Depression
—the effects of the Dust Bowl and Okie migration
—what President Hoover did to promote recovery
—how citizens reacted to Hooverʻs recovery efforts.

Standards:
…People, Places and Environments (#1, 3, 6, 8)
…Individuals, Groups and Institutions (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8)

Causes of The Great Depression
—Whole class reading pp. 426-430
—Whole class discussion
***Why was an economic collapse unimaginable to most people in 1928?
***How did speculation weaken the stock market?
***Looking on the graph on p. 427, in which year do you think the financial struggle was the greatest for most Americans.
***How did “bank runs” cause banks to collapse?
***What conditions combined in the late 1920s to cause the Great Depression?
***How did the Federal Reserve Board persuade banks that it was safe to make risky loans?
***How did the stock market crash affect Americans, even those who had not invested in the stock market?
—Complete vocab and assessment via Google Classroom.

Homework:  Vocab and assessment due into Google Classroom by tonight!

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Pōʻalua, Pōʻakolu a me Pōʻahā, 18, 19 a me 20 ʻApelila 17

WWI-scene
World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Countries are affected by their relationships with each other.

Essential Question:  Why do nations go to war?

Objectives:
—the major causes of World War I, including militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism.
—what life was like on the home front for women and minorities.
—the new technology of warfare and its effect on military tactics and casualties.
—why the Red Scare developed after the war.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#5)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#3)
…Science, Technology, and Society (#4)
…Global Connections (#2, 3, 5, 7)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2)

WWI:  Blended Learning Activity 
—Blended Learning Rotations (see Google Classroom)

Homework:  All WWI makeup work due by Wednesday; Newsela Write due Thursday; Newsela Quiz due Friday.

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Pōʻakahi, 17 ʻApelila 17

WWI-scene
World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Countries are affected by their relationships with each other.

Essential Question:  Why do nations go to war?

Objectives:
—the major causes of World War I, including militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism.
—what life was like on the home front for women and minorities.
—the new technology of warfare and its effect on military tactics and casualties.
—why the Red Scare developed after the war.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#5)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#3)
…Science, Technology, and Society (#4)
…Global Connections (#2, 3, 5, 7)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2)

WWI:  The Warʻs Impact
—Whole class reading pp. 3394-397
—Whole class discussion
—Complete vocab and assessment via Google Classroom

Homework:  Vocab & assessment due tonight in Google Classroom; Newsela Write due Thursday; Newsela Quiz due Friday.

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Pōʻahā, 13 ‘Apelila 17

WWI-scene
World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Countries are affected by their relationships with each other.

Essential Question:  Why do nations go to war?

Objectives:
—the major causes of World War I, including militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism.
—what life was like on the home front for women and minorities.
—the new technology of warfare and its effect on military tactics and casualties.
—why the Red Scare developed after the war.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#5)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#3)
…Science, Technology, and Society (#4)
…Global Connections (#2, 3, 5, 7)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2)

WWI:  The Home Front
—Whole class reading pp. 388-393
—Whole class discussion
—Complete vocab and assessment via Google Classroom

Homework:  Vocab & assessment due tonight in Google Classroom; Newsela Quiz due tonight.

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Pōʻakolu, 12 ʻApelila 17

WWI-scene
World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Countries are affected by their relationships with each other.

Essential Question:  Why do nations go to war?

Objectives:
—the major causes of World War I, including militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism.
—what life was like on the home front for women and minorities.
—the new technology of warfare and its effect on military tactics and casualties.
—why the Red Scare developed after the war.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#5)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#3)
…Science, Technology, and Society (#4)
…Global Connections (#2, 3, 5, 7)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2)

WWI:  The Home Front
—Whole class reading pp. 383-387
—Whole class discussion
*****Why do you think the federal government undertook such wide-scale economic and social mobilization?
*****How did life change for women on the home front during WWI?
*****How did life change for African Americans on the home front during WWI?
*****Looking at the graph on p. 384, how much money did the U.S. government raise through loans?  How much money did it earn through taxation?  What consequences might result from the way the war was paid for?
*****How were the Americansʻ rights limited during WWI?
*****Why do you think some people were exempted from military service?
*****How did progressive ideas influence the roles of women during WWI?
—Complete vocab and reflection via Google Classroom

Homework:  Vocab & reflection due tonight in Google Classroom; Newsela due tonight; Newsela Quiz tomorrow.

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Pōʻalua, 11 ‘Apelila 17

WWI-scene
World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Countries are affected by their relationships with each other.

Essential Question:  Why do nations go to war?

Objectives:
—the major causes of World War I, including militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism.
—what life was like on the home front for women and minorities.
—the new technology of warfare and its effect on military tactics and casualties.
—why the Red Scare developed after the war.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#5)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#3)
…Science, Technology, and Society (#4)
…Global Connections (#2, 3, 5, 7)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2)

WWI
—Go over Robert Lansing Handout
—Discuss militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism and its role with the cause of the war.
—War Propaganda Poster Activity

Homework:  Newsela due tomorrow; Newsela Quiz Thursday.

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Pōʻakahi, 10 ‘Apelila 17

WWI-scene
World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Countries are affected by their relationships with each other.

Essential Question:  Why do nations go to war?

Objectives:
—the major causes of World War I, including militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism.
—what life was like on the home front for women and minorities.
—the new technology of warfare and its effect on military tactics and casualties.
—why the Red Scare developed after the war.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#5)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#4)
…Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#3)
…Science, Technology, and Society (#4)
…Global Connections (#2, 3, 5, 7)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2)

WWI
—Share Whoʻs Involved
—Complete U.S. Enters WWI Vocabulary
—Read & Complete Robert Lansing Handout via Google Classroom

Homework:  Newsela due Wednesday; Newsela Quiz Thursday.

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