Pō’ahā, 18 Kepakemapa 14

Carnegie-Steel

Industrialization:  The Rise of Industries in the U.S. (1865-1901)

Intro (5 minutes): Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Enduring Understanding, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards, Homework

Enduring Understanding:  Economic systems shape relationships in society.

Essential Question:  How did the United States become and industrialized society after the Civil War?

Objections:  Students will know…
—the various resources that enabled the United States to industrialize quickly.
—the new technologies invented during this era and their inventors.
—how the spread of railroads changed the nation.
—the leading railroad industrialists and evaluate their accomplishments.
—the rise of large-scale businesses and their different forms of organization.
—the key industrialists and financiers and what their role was in shaping the nationʻs economy.
—the changes in retail and the emergence of the advertising industry in the late nineteenth century.
—how industrialization changed working conditions in the United States.
—the rise of organized labor, and the reasons it failed to achieve its major goals.

Standards:
—Time, Continuity, and Change (#6, #7)
—People, Places, and Environments (#1, #4)
—Individual Development and Identity (#2)
—Production, Distribution, and Consumption (#4, #6, #8)
—Science, Technology, and Society (#1, #4, #6)
—Global Connections (#6)

Glory Assignment (10 minutes):  Block 2 & Block 4only
—Go over

The Civil War Exit Pass (20 minutes):  Block 2 & Block 4 only
—Refer to link on e-mail
—Complete form

Industrialization (55 -70 minutes):  The Rise of Industries in the U.S.
—Basic overview of Industrialization and its importance to the U.S.
—Go over groupings (refer to board in classroom)
—Go over small group discussion assignment(refer to Google Document shared by Mrs. Pico-Lilio)
—Small group discussions
—Whole group discussion
—Review/Recap

Homework:  CURRENT EVENTS WORKSHEET form – REVISED_#7 due tomorrow; Rise of Industries Political Cartoon_Handout due tomorrow

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Pō’akolu, 17 Kepakemapa 14

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The Civil War:  Glory

Intro (5 minutes):
 Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards, Evaluations, Exit Pass, Homework

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions:
—Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?
—Should war be conducted agains both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will . . .
—Assess the strengths and weakness of each region’s economy
—Describe the progress of the war in the west
—Contrast the effect of the war on the economies as well as evaluate the importance of events
—Will gain a better understanding of The Civil War and how this event is an important part of history

Standards:
—Culture (#3, #6)
—Time, Continuity, & Change (#1, #2, #4,)
—People, Places, & Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions (#3, #5)

Student Evaluations (start of each block):  Conducted by Mrs. Correa & Ms. Chong

Glory (20 minutes): 
—Complete Glory Assignment
—Upon completion, please upload your document to your google docs and share it with Mrs. Pico-Lilio
—Go over assignment

The Civil War Exit Pass (20 minutes):
—Refer to link on e-mail
—Complete form

Homework:  Read Chapter 12 Lesson 1 for tomorrow; CURRENT EVENTS WORKSHEET form – REVISED_#7 due Friday

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Pō’alua, 16 Kepakemapa 14

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The Civil War:  Glory

Intro (10 minutes):
 Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards, Homework

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions:
—Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?
—Should war be conducted agains both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will . . .
—Assess the strengths and weakness of each region’s economy
—Describe the progress of the war in the west
—Contrast the effect of the war on the economies as well as evaluate the importance of events
—Will gain a better understanding of The Civil War and how this event is an important part of history

Standards:
—Culture (#3, #6)
—Time, Continuity, & Change (#1, #2, #4,)
—People, Places, & Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions (#3, #5)

The Civil War:  Glory (75 minutes)
—View movie
—Complete handout:  Glory Assignment

Homework:  CURRENT EVENTS WORKSHEET form – REVISED_#7 due Friday

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Pō’akahi, 15 Kepakemapa 14

54th

The Civil War:  Glory

Intro (10 minutes):
 Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards, Homework

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions:
—Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?
—Should war be conducted agains both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will . . .
—Assess the strengths and weakness of each region’s economy
—Describe the progress of the war in the west
—Contrast the effect of the war on the economies as well as evaluate the importance of events
—Will gain a better understanding of The Civil War and how this event is an important part of history

Standards:
—Culture (#3, #6)
—Time, Continuity, & Change (#1, #2, #4,)
—People, Places, & Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions (#3, #5)

The Civil War:  Glory (75 minutes)
—View movie

Homework:  Signed Progress Report due tomorrow; CURRENT EVENTS WORKSHEET form – REVISED_#7 due Friday

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Pō’alima, 12 Kepakemapa 14

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The Civil War Group Presentations

Intro (5 minutes): Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards, Project Presentations

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions:
—Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?
—Should war be conducted agains both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will . . .
—Assess the strengths and weakness of each region’s economy
—Describe the progress of the war in the west
—Contrast the effect of the war on the economies as well as evaluate the importance of events
—Will gain a better understanding of The Civil War and how this event is an important part of history

Standards:
—Culture (#3, #6)
—Time, Continuity, & Change (#1, #2, #4,)
—People, Places, & Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions (#3, #5)

The Civil War Group Assignment Presentations:
—Group presentations will take place today

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The week of Pō’alua, 09 Kepakemapa 14 – Pō’ahā, 11 Kepakemapa 14

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The Civil War (1861-1865)

Intro (5 minutes): Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards, Project, Homework

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions:
—Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?
—Should war be conducted agains both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will . . .
—Assess the strengths and weakness of each region’s economy
—Describe the progress of the war in the west
—Contrast the effect of the war on the economies as well as evaluate the importance of events
—Will gain a better understanding of The Civil War and how this event is an important part of history

Standards:
—Culture (#3, #6)
—Time, Continuity, & Change (#1, #2, #4,)
—People, Places, & Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions (#3, #5)

The Civil War Group Assignment:  The Civil War Assignment
—Assignment work time (brainstorming, researching, working on assignment)
—Friday will be presentation day

Homework:  Glory Letter copy due Friday, Current Events Affect Everyone Handout  #6 due Friday

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Pō’akahi, 08 Kepakemapa 14

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The Civil War (1861-1865)

Intro (5 minutes): Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards, Project, Groupings, Homework

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions:
—Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?
—Should war be conducted agains both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will . . .
—Assess the strengths and weakness of each region’s economy
—Describe the progress of the war in the west
—Contrast the effect of the war on the economies as well as evaluate the importance of events
—Will gain a better understanding of The Civil War and how this event is an important part of history

Standards:
—Culture (#3, #6)
—Time, Continuity, & Change (#1, #2, #4,)
—People, Places, & Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions (#3, #5)

The Civil War Group Assignment:  The Civil War Assignment
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–Go over assignment.  This will be for the today, tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday
—Friday will be presentation day
—Groupings
—Assignment work time (brainstorming, researching, working on assignment)

Homework:  Glory Letter copy due Friday, Current Events Affect Everyone Handout  #6 due Friday

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Pō’alima, 05 Kepakemapa 14

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Who Are We Exam

Intro (5 minutes): Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Standards, Homework

American Revolution Standards:
—Culture (#2)
—Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
—People, Places, and Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
—Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
—Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Constitution Standards: —Culture (#4)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#8)
—Power, Authority and Governance (#ʻs 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
—Civic Ideals and Practices (#4)

Who Are We Exam (80 minutes):  Complete exam

 

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Pō’ahā, 04 Kepakemapa 14

lets_talk_do_reviewWho Are We Review

Intro (5 minutes): Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Standards, Homework

American Revolution Standards:
—Culture (#2)
—Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
—People, Places, and Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
—Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
—Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Constitution Standards: —Culture (#4)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#8)
—Power, Authority and Governance (#ʻs 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
—Civic Ideals and Practices (#4)

Constitution Exit Pass-Block 4 (15 minutes):  Go over responses

Who Are We Study Guide (30 minutes):  Who Are We Study Guide_Revised_0814
—Partner review

Who Are We Review (35-50 minutes):
—Whole class review
—Answer questions

Homework:  Review study guide for tomorrowʻs exam; Current Event Worksheet_5 due tomorrow

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Pō’akolu, 03 Kepakemapa 14

study guideWho Are We Study Guide

Intro (5 minutes): Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Standards, Homework

American Revolution Standards:
—Culture (#2)
—Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
—People, Places, and Environments (#8)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
—Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
—Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Constitution Standards: —Culture (#4)
—Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#8)
—Power, Authority and Governance (#ʻs 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
—Civic Ideals and Practices (#4)

Constitution Exit Pass (20 minutes):  Go over responses

Who Are We Study Guide (55 minutes):  Who Are We Study Guide_Revised_0814
—Complete study guide
—Review will take place tomorrow

Homework:  Signed Progress Reports due tomorrow; Finish Study Guide-test on Friday; Current Event Worksheet_5 due Friday

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