Pō’akolu, 04 Malaki 15

54th

The Civil War:  Glory

Intro:
 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
—Finish movie

Homework:  Current events worksheet #9 due Friday-topic to focus on is freedom.

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Pō’alua, 03 Malaki 15

54th

The Civil War:  Glory

Intro:
 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: Current events worksheet #9 due Friday-topic to focus on is freedom.

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Pō’akahi, 02 Malaki 15

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The Civil War (1861-1865)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce 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 against both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will know. . .
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

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

The Civil War-The War Ends
—Go over reading
—Complete p. 245 #ʻs 1-5

Homework:  Signed Progress Reports due Tuesday; Current events worksheet #9 due Friday-topic to focus on is freedom.

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Pō’alima, 27 Pepeluali 15

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The Civil War (1861-1865)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce 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 against both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will know. . .
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

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

The Civil War-Life During the War & The Turning Point
—Go over reading
—Reflection:  How did the war change peopleʻs lives?

Homework:  Read Chapter 9 Lesson 5 for Monday.

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Pō’ahā, 26 Pepeluali 15

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The Civil War (1861-1865)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce 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 against both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will know. . .
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

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

The Civil War-The Early Stages:
—Share partner work

Homework:  Read Chapter 9 Lesson 4 & Current Event Worksheet_#8 due tomorrow-topic to focus on is freedom; Glory Letter copy due Monday.

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Pō’akolu, 25 Pepeluali 15

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The Civil War (1861-1865)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce 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 against both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will know. . .
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

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

The Civil War-The Opposing Sides:
—Complete Opposing Sides Writing Prompt Civil War

The Civil War-The Early Stages:
—The Early Battles partner work
—Sharing of partner work & taking notes

Homework:  Read Chapter 9 Lesson 3 for tomorrow; Current Event Worksheet_#8 due Friday-topic to focus on is freedom; Glory Letter copy due Monday.

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Pō’alua, 24 Pepeluali 15

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The Civil War (1861-1865)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce 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 against both military and civilian population?

Objectives:  Students will know. . .
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

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

The Civil War-The Opposing Sides:
—Go over reading
—Class discussion on reading
—Complete Opposing Sides Writing Prompt Civil War
—Complete North v. South Civil War handout

Homework:  Finish North v. South Civil War handout & Read Chapter 9 Lesson 2 for tomorrow; Current Event Worksheet_#8 due Friday-topic to focus on is freedom; Glory Letter copy due Monday.

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Pō’akahi, 23 Pepeluali 15

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Who Are We Exam

Intro: 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:  Complete exam

Homework:  Read Chapter 9 Lesson 1 for tomorrow; Current Event Worksheet_#8 due Friday-topic to focus on is freedom.

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Pō’alima, 20 Pepeluali 15

lets_talk_do_reviewWho Are We Review

Intro: 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 Review:
—Whole class review
—Answer questions

Homework:  Review study guide for Mondayʻs exam

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Pō’ahā, 19 Pepeluali 15

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The Constitution

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

Essential Question: What gives government authority?

Objectives:
—know the challenges faced by the Articles of Confederation government.
—know how the Constitutional Convention created a new federal form of limited government.
—know the opposing sides in the constitutional ratification debates.
—identify the strengths and weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and the U.S. Constitution.
—analyze the challenges and compromises around the creation of the Constitution.

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

The Constitution Multimedia Assignment:
—Share whole class

Who Are We Study Guide:
Who Are We Study Guide_Revised_0814 (click on link and download study guide)
—Exam on Friday

Homework: Who Are We Study Guide_Revised_0814-complete by tomorrow;CURRENT EVENTS WORKSHEET form – REVISED_#7 due tomorrow-topics to include government, laws, bills, rights, or freedoms.

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