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Due Date: 1/16/2015
Subject: U.S. History


Week of January 12, 2015
Due Date: 1/9/2015
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

01/12/15

01/13/15

01/14/15

01/15/15

01/16/15

IN CLASS

Miderm period 7

Review for Midter

 

 

 

 

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 



Week of March 25, 2013
Due Date: 3/29/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

03/25/13

03/26/13

03/27/13

03/28/13

03/29/13

IN CLASS

Ch. 18.1 & 18.2 quiz

Ch 18.3 ppt w/notes

 

 

 

 No School

FINISH AT HOME

Ch. 18 test on Thursday March 28

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of March 18, 2013
Due Date: 3/25/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

03/18/13

Tuesday

03/19/13

Wednesday

03/20/13

Thursday

03/21/13

Friday

03/22/13

IN CLASS

Teacher absent

Chapter 16 & 17 study guide in small groups

Finish Chapter 16 & 17 study guide in small groups

Chapter 16 & 17 Test

Intro to the Cold War Ch. 18

Ch. 18.1 Tree Map

Review 18.1

Intro to 18.2 ppt with notes 

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

 wkbk pgs 149, 151, 153, 155

 Tree Map

 quiz on Monday 18.1 & 18.2

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Chapter 16 & 17 study guide for WWII (not complete until you see the word DONE
Due Date: 3/19/2013
Subject: U.S. History

Dictator

Joseph Stalin

Adolf Hitler

Benito Mussolini

Hideki Tojo

How did they come to power?

Civil War

Death of Lenin

Took control

Joined Nazi party

Powerful speaker and organizer

Promised to bring Germany out of chaos.

Desperation from the depression

Appointed Chancellor and consolidated this position with president when the president died.

He was asked to create a government by the King who feared revolution by Mussolini’s Black Shirts.

He played o peoples’ fears and appealed to his nation’s pride.

Came to power through Militarism.

Launched surprise attacks and seized control.

System of Government

Communism

Nazism

Fascism

Militarism

Beliefs

State ownership of property (no private property/farms – Collectivization)

Extreme nationalism and racism

Militaristic expansionism

Anti-communism

Unite all German speaking people

Racial purification (Aryan Master Race of only blond hair, blue eye people)

Extreme nationalism

Militaristic expansionism

Outlawed political parties and took over press

opposed liberalism and socialism.

Extreme nationalism

Military expansionism

KEEP READING THE REST OF THE STUDY GUIDE IS AFTER THIS!!

Country

Soviet Union

Germany

Italy

Japan

Chapter 16-17 WWII Study Guide

16.1        The Coming of War

Know what factors led to WWII

                Treaty of Versailles:        What was expected of Germany?

Why were allied countries upset with the treaty?

                Why did countries turn from democracies to some form of totalitarianism government?

                What political parties came to power and how? (Germany, Italy, Soviet Union, Japan).

                What caused tension between the U.S. and Japan that led to the attack on Pearl Harbor?

                Why was the League of Nations unable to stop aggressive acts by hostile nations like Germany?

                Which country quit the League of Nations after invading Manchuria?

                What is appeasement? Why did the U.S. agree to the policy of appeasement? What affect did it have on Germany?

                What was the Non-Aggression pact?

                What is the Munich Pact?

Ch. 16.2                From Isolation to Involvement

                Who used the “blitzkrieg” military tactic? What nation did they use it against? What was the end result?

                Who were the Axis Powers? Who were the Allies?

                What was the first Allied power Germany attacked? What happened to that country?

                Why caused Hitler to stop his invasion of Britain?

                Who was winning the war at the end of 1940?

                Why didn’t the U.S. enter the war when it began?

                Who are Isolationists and what do they believe?

                Who are Interventionists and what did they believe would keep the U.S. out of war?

                What was the purpose of FDR’s Four Freedoms speech?

                What was the Neutrality Act of 1939 and what did it include (what is cash-and-carry)?

                What was the Lend-Lease Act? What did it mean to the Axis powers?

16.3        America Enters the War

                What did President Roosevelt do to stop Japanese expansion?

                Why did Japan attack the U.S.? Where did they attack?

                What ended the differing opinions about going to war between Isolationists and Interventionists?

                How many African Americans and women joined the war effort?

                Who were the WACs?

                Who supervised the production of war supplies?

                What ended the Great Depression in the U.S. and why?

                What actions did the U.S. take after declaring war?

                What was significant about the Doolittle Raid and Battle of Coral Sea?

Be sure to study page 540 quick study guide

Ch. 17.1                The Allies Turn the Tide

                Why did the Allies decide to concentrate first on the war in Europe instead of the Pacific and what strategy did they pursue?

                What was the first battle won against Hitler after the U.S. entered the war? Why was this significant?

                Who won the Battle of Stalingrad and why was it so significant?

                Who were the Tuskegee Airmen?

                Why did Admiral Yamamoto attack Midway? Who won the war? Why is this a turning point in the Pacific?

Ch. 17.2                The Home Front

                How did the U.S. meet the nation’s military needs?

                What were the two sharp breaks from the past about women working outside the home?

                How did employers expectations of women blue collar workers differ from women white collar workers?

                What economic problems did African Americans face? How did Executive Order 8802 help this? What did victory encourage African Americans to do?

                What were the Zoot Suit Riots?

                Why were Japanese Americans placed in internment camps? What were internment camps?

17.3        Victory in Europe and the Pacific

                What was the end result of the Teheran Conference? What was the name of the operation?

                What was D-Day? What were the effects of D-Day?

                What was the Battle of the Bulge? How did it end? Why was it a significant battle?

                What was V-E day?

                What was island-hopping?

                What did Japanese troops do when forced with surrendering? What is the vocabulary term?

                What was the Manhattan Project?

                Why was Truman’s ultimate goal I using the atomic bomb?

                On which to cities did Truman drop the atomic bomb? Why did he drop more than one?

17.4        The Holocaust

                What was the Holocaust, who was responsible for the Holocaust, and why?

                What is anti-Semitism?

                What did Hitler blame the Jews for?

                How did Hitler persecute the Jews economically?

                How did Hitler persecute the Jews legally?

                Why did Germans think the treatment of Jews by Hitler was acceptable?

                What kept Jews from fleeing Germany and Nazi-controlled Austria?

                What is genocide?

                What was Hitler’s “final solution”?

                What is the difference between a concentration camp and a death camp?

                Where was the largest death camp at?

 

17.5        Effects of the War

                What was the purpose of the Yalta Conference?

                What agreement was reached at Potsdam?

                What changes took place in Germany after the war?

                What changes took place in Japan after the war?

                Which to countries emerged as “superpowers” after the war? What made this possible?

                What was the purpose of the United Nations?

                What was the Geneva Convention?

                Who did the Allies put on trial and why?

                What were the Nuremberg Trials?

 DONE

 

 

               

               

 

               

               

               

               

 

               

 



Week of 03/04/13
Due Date: 3/8/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

03/04/13

03/05/13

03/06/13

03/07/13

03/08/13

IN CLASS

Video with quiz “Road to War”

Video with quiz “War in Europe”

 Finish WWII video with notes

D day video with notes.

 Review for WWII test.

Wkbk pgs 137, 139, 141, 144, 146

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of 02/25/13 to 03/01/13
Due Date: 3/4/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

02/25/13

Tuesday

02/26/13

Wednesday

02/27/13

Thursday

02/28/13

Friday

03/01/13

IN CLASS

16.2 Mimio read with notes

Finish 16.2 Mimio read with notes

Introduction to 16.3 Japan and the U.S.

Guidance presentation 

 Chapter 16.3 Read

Wkbk pgs 133-135

 16.1 to 16.3 Quiz

Finish wkbk pgs 133-134

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of February 18, 2013
Due Date: 2/25/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

02/18/13

Tuesday

02/19/13

Wednesday

02/20/13

Thursday

02/21/13

Friday

02/22/13

IN CLASS

No School

15.2 Multi-flow map pd 3

Know it or Show it 15.2 and 15.3

Start Ch. 15 review

Chapter 15 review

Chapter 15 Test

Chapter 16.1 read and answer section focus question.

Ch. 16.1 dictator foldable

FINISH AT HOME

 

Study for Ch. 15 test on Thursday

 Study for Ch. 15 test tomorrow

 16.1 section focus question.

Ch. 16.1 dictator foldable

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of February 11, 2013
Due Date: 2/18/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

02/11/13

Tuesday

02/12/13

Wednesday

02/13/13

Thursday

02/14/13

Friday

02/15/13

IN CLASS

Chapter 14 Test

Ch. 15.1 Vocabulary

Chapter 15.1 Mimio read with notes.

15.1 Extended Answer Quiz

15.1 Review Quiz

15.2 SQ3R

Define vocabulary within SQ3R

15.3 Tree Map

Define 15.3 vocabulary and questions 2 & 3 on the back of Tree Map

FINISH AT HOME

Ch. 15.1 Vocabulary

Who opposed the New Deal and Why?  (text book pgs 481 to 483)

  15.2 SQ3R and vocabulary

Tree map and vocabulary

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of February 4, 2013
Due Date: 2/11/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

02/04/13

Tuesday

02/05/13

Wednesday

02/06/13

Thursday

02/07/13

Friday

02/08/13

IN CLASS

Ch. 13 Test

Read Ch. 14.1 and define all vocabulary

Ch. 14.1 Multi-Flow Map

14.2 Double Bubble Map

Effects of the Great Depression on Urban people and Rural people

14.1 and 14.2 Quiz

14.3 Mimio read with notes

Review for Chapter 14 test.

FINISH AT HOME

Define all vocabulary

 14.1 Multi-flow map

 14.2 Double Bubble Map

Study of test on Monday.

 Study for test on Monday.

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of January 28, 2013
Due Date: 2/4/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

1/28/13

Tuesday

1/29/13

Wednesday

1/30/13

Thursday

1/31/13

Friday

2/01/13

IN CLASS

Ch. 13.3 Read

Answers Section 3 Assessment questions 1, 4, 5, & 6

Wkbk pg. 107-108

Ch. 13.3 ppt on social change and prohibition

Finish AQ 1, 4, 5 & 6 & wkbk pg.

 Ch. 13.5 story chain:  read section 13.5 and summarize (paraphrase) what you learned using all vocabulary in the order it appears in the book.

*do not write sentences from the book.  I want to know what you learned.

 Ch. 13.4 mimio reading of the section with notes.

 Ch. 13 review for test.

FINISH AT HOME

Assessment questions

Wkbk pages

 Assessment questions and wkbk pg

 Story chain.

 finish reading 13.4 and taking notes

 study of Ch. 13 test.

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of 01/21/13 to 01/25/13
Due Date: 1/28/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

1/21/13

Tuesday

1/22/13

Wednesday

1/23/13

Thursday

1/24/13

Friday

1/25/13

IN CLASS

No School

iSafe video and reading activity (3,2,1)

Tree Map (how did world powers try to avoid another war)

Use tree map to answer the question using 3 of the 5 topics listed on the tree map: How did world powers try to avoid war?

13.1 Think, pair share (include full concept for definitions) when taking notes.

Story Change: use think, pair, share notes to summarize what you learned. Include each of the vocabulary words in the order they appear.

13.2 double bubble map (working in paris) comparing/contrasting President Harding and President Coolidge

On the back of double bubble map explain what the Teapot Dome Scandle was.

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

Tree map and essay

Finish notes and Story Chage

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of 01/07/13 to 01/11/13
Due Date: 1/11/2013
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

01/07/13

Tuesday

01/08/13

Wednesday

01/09/13

Thursday

07/10/13

Friday

01/11/13

IN CLASS

Review causes of WWI

PPT on causes of WWI with notes

 

 

 

 

FINISH AT HOME

Tree Map on WWI (see below)

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

                                                         WWI

Causes         Nature of warfare          Reason for U.S. Involvement           Conditions facing Soldiers

 



Week of 12/10/12 to 12/14/12
Due Date: 12/15/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

12/10/12

Tuesday

12/11/12

Wednesday

12/12/12

Thursday

12/13/12

Friday

12/14/12

IN CLASS

Ch. 11 Test

Chapter Assessment pg 100 Qs 1-5

 Midterm review:

Imperialsim Ch. 11

Westward Expansion Ch. 8.1 & 8.2

Midterm review:

Finish Westward Expansion

Immigration Ch. 7

 

 

FINISH AT HOME

Chapter Assessment pg 100 Qs 1-5

 Review and study notes

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of 12/03/12 to 12/07/12
Due Date: 12/8/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

12/03/12

Tuesday

12/04/12

Wednesday

12/05/12

Thursday

12/06/12

Friday

12/07/12

IN CLASS

11.3 Jigsaw activity

 

Finish 11.3 Jigsaw activity

Students create a flow map on U.S. steps to extend its influence in Asia filling in information under each date given by teacher.

Teacher out

Ch. 11.4 Assessment questions

Ch. 11.3 and 1.4 power point review

 

Ch. 11 Review

FINISH AT HOME

 

Finish flow map

Ch. 11 Test on Friday

11.4 Assessment questions

Ch. 11 Test on Friday

Ch. 11 test on Friday

Ch. 11 test on Monday.

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of November 26, 2012 to November 30, 2012
Due Date: 11/26/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

11/26/12

Tuesday

11/27/12

Wednesday

11/28/12

Thursday

11/29/12

Friday

11/30/12

IN CLASS

Test 8.2 and 8.3

Preview Ch. 11 and answer Chapter Focus Question How did the United States become a global power?

Intro to Ch. 11.1 U.S. Imperialsim ppt w/notes

 

 Concept web on U.S. Imperialsim

A.Q. #6 pg 335 paragraph format

Introduce the Spanish American War with notes

Finish Spanish-American War notes

Multi-flow map on Spanish-American war

FINISH AT HOME

Chapter Focus Question

 

 

 

 Multi-flow map

NOTES

 Essay questions:

1. Wy did the U.S. government want to remove Native Americans from western lands and what strategies did they use to accomplish this?

2.  How did the open-range system of cattle ranching benefit western ranchers, and why was branding cattle important to the success of this system?

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of November 12, 2012 to November 16, 2012
Due Date: 11/16/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

11/12/12

Tuesday

11/13/12

Wednesday

11/14/12

Thursday

11/15/12

Friday

10/16/12

IN CLASS

Introduction to Westward Expansion and Native Americans through ppt

Small group jigsaw of 8.2

Create Tree Map

 finish tree map

introduce 8.3

 

 

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of October 29, 2012 to November 2, 2012
Due Date: 11/2/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

10/29/12

Tuesday

10/30/12

Wednesday

10/31/12

Thursday

11/01/12

Friday

10/02/12

IN CLASS

Ch. 7.1 jigsaw and present to your group

Finish presenting to your group

Introduce Tree Map and use for 7.1

 Review 7.1 Tree Map

7.2 ppt with notes

Finish 7.2 ppt

Analyze Jacob Riis "How the Other Half Lives"

 Quiz 7.1 and 7.2

7.3 ppt

FINISH AT HOME

Review section 1 vocabulary for quiz on Tuesday

 

 

 STudy for Chapter 7 test.

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of October 22, 2012 to October 26, 2012
Due Date: 10/26/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

10/22/12

Tuesday

10/23/12

Wednesday

10/24/12

Thursday

10/25/12

Friday

10/26/12

IN CLASS

No School

Review worksheets and notes

Review Game for Industry and Technology Test, Ch. 6

Industry and Technology Test, Ch. 6

 

FINISH AT HOME

 

Study for Test

Study for Test

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of October 15, 2012 to October 19, 2012
Due Date: 10/19/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

10/15/12

Tuesday

10/16/12

Wednesday

10/17/12

Thursday

10//12

Friday

10/19/12

IN CLASS

Chapter 6.2 ppt with notes

Oral review 6.1 and 6.2

 Quiz 6.1 & 6.2

Chapter 6.3 ppt with notes

Bubble map pg 53

 Finish  bubble map pg 53

Review sections 1-3

 

 

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

No period 3 or 5 due to testing 

 

 

 

 



Week of October 8, 2012 to October 12, 2012
Due Date: 10/12/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

10/01/12

Tuesday

10/02/12

Wednesday

10/03/12

Thursday

10/04/12

Friday

10/05/12

IN CLASS

Review for Chapter 3 test

Chapter 3 test

Frontload Chapter 4 vocabulary

Modified Frayer Vocabulary (6 words)

Chapter 6.1 ppt w/notes

Chapter 6.1 cause and effects of industrializtion chart

FINISH AT HOME

Study for Chapter 3 test

 

Finish Modified Frayer Model Vocabulary

 

Chapter 6.1 cause and effets of industrialization chart

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of October 1, 2012 to October 5, 2012
Due Date: 10/6/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

10/01/12

Tuesday

10/02/12

Wednesday

10/03/12

Thursday

10/04/12

Friday

10/05/12

IN CLASS

5.2 independent reading

Turn read subheadings into questions and answer them

Cause and effect of the Enforcement Acts pg. 45

Work on assignments for 5.1 wkbk pg 42 5.2 wkbk pg 44 5.3 wkbk pg 47

Review 5.1, 5.2, 5.3

 

 

FINISH AT HOME

Enforcement Acts pg. 45

wkbk pgs 42, 44, 47

Study for Chapter 5 test.

 

 

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of September 24, 2012 to September 28, 2012
Due Date: 9/29/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

09/24/12

Tuesday

09/25/12

Wednesday

09/26/12

Thursday

09/27/12

Friday

09/28/12

IN CLASS

Review Ch. 4.1, 2, 3, 4

Mimio reading of Ch. 4.5 main ideas with notes

Review game for Ch. 4 Test on Wednesday

Chapter 4 Test

Prepare for the EOC pg. 143 Questions 1-4 (DBA)

Front load Chapter 5 vocabulary.

pick 5 words from 5.1 to use with modified Frayer Model

Ch. 5.1 ppt with notes.

Compare and contrast reconstruction plans wkbk pg. 42

FINISH AT HOME

Study for Chapter 4 test on Wednesday

Study for Chapter 4 test on Wednesday

Prepare for the EOC pg. 143 Questions 104 (DBA)

Finish modified Frayer Models (5).

 Finsih compare/contrast chart wkbk pg. 42

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of September 17, 2012 to September 21, 2012
Due Date: 9/21/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

09/17/12

Tuesday

09/18/12

Wednesday

09/19/12

Thursday

09/20/12

Friday

09/21/12

IN CLASS

Ch. 4.3 Venn diagram

Answer all 4 checkpoint questions

Assessment questions 1, 2, 5, 6

Finish Friday’s work

And/or

Monday’s work

Review 4.1 and 4.2

Finish Friday’s work

And/or

Monday’s work

Ppt 4.3 and 4.4 with notes

Questions on the battles of Vicksburg and Gettysburg

review

 

FINISH AT HOME

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

Teacher absent, classes divided into other classes

Period 5 went to the play

 

Finish battles on Vicksburg and Gettysburg

 

 

 



Week of September 10, 2012 to September 14, 2012
Due Date: 9/14/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

Monday

09/10/12

Tuesday

09/11/12

Wednesday

09/12/12

Thursday

09/13/12

Friday

09/14/12

IN CLASS

Chapter 4 ppt defining all of Chapter 4 people and terms.

09/11 video

Read Ch. 4.1 independently

Wkbk pg. 30 comparing the war time advantages at the beginning of the war between the North and South.

Begin a timeline listing the initial battles of the Civil War.

Finish timline of initial battles of the Civil War.

4.2 Power point

Go over timeline

Read 4.2 and complete wkbk pg 33 on Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation.

FINISH AT HOME

Finish defining people and terms if not finished in class.

 

Finish wkbk pg. 30 if not finished in class.

 

Finish wkbk pg 33

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 



Week of September 3, 2012 to September 7, 2012
Due Date: 9/7/2012
Subject: U.S. History

DATE

September 3

 September 4

 September 5

 September 6

 September 7

IN CLASS

 Labor Day

Finish jigsaw and present to your group

Powerpoint 3.4 with notes

Finish Ch. 3.4 ppt with notes

Retake quizzes 3.1 and 3.2 if necessary

Study skills using chapter 3 material

Class review for Chapter 3 test, except period 3.

Chapter 3 test, exctept period 3.  They will take it Monday.

Use THIEVES to preview Chapter 4.

FINISH AT HOME

 No School

Study for Chapter 3 test on Friday

Organiz Chapter 3 notes

Study for Chapter 3 test on Friday

Study for Chapter 3 test on Friday

 Finish THIEVES preview.

NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

 



Week of August 27, 2012 to August 31, 2012
Due Date: 8/27/2012
Subject: U.S. History

August 27,2012

August 28, 2012

 August 29, 2012

August 30, 2012

August 31, 2012

No School due to Isaac 

*Ch.3.1 Mimio reading for main ideas (in your own words)

Turn headings into questions and be able to answer them.

Define vocabulary within your notes.

Quiz Ch. 3.1

*Ch. 3.2 mimio reading for main ideas (in your own words)

Turn headings into questions and be able to answer them.

Define vocabulary within your notes.

 Ch. 3.2 power point review

*Pair read Ch. 3.3 and take notes turning headings into questions that you answer.

Define vocabulary within your notes

 Quiz for all periods

Periods 3 and 4 Jigsaw Ch. 3.3 and present to your small group on Tuesday.

Period 5 Read Ch 3.3 and define all vocabulary and answer check point questions at the end of each subsection.

 

 

 Finish Ch. 3.1 main idea reading as modeled in class.

Finish Ch. 3.2 main idea reading as modeled in class.

Finish reading Ch. 3.3 with notes.

Finish reading Ch. 3.3 and any work not finished in class.

 

 *skill building: locating main ideas and paraphrasing

 *skill building:  locating main ideas and paraphrasing.

*practice locating main ideas and paraphrasing in pairs.

 

 



Week of August 20, 2012 to August 24, 2012
Due Date: 8/24/2012
Subject: U.S. History

August 20, 2012

August 21, 2012

 August 22, 2012

August 23, 2012

August 24, 2012

Welcome

School power points

Classroom rules

Introduction to your teacher power point.

 

 

Who are you activity

U.S. History overview