"There are two types of education. One should teach us how to make a living, and the other how to live..."

--John Adams

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Week of March 28 - April 1, 2016

Can you believe that it is April 1 this Friday?  I don't care about April Fools' (y'all are all fools!) I mean that we are in APRIL??  We're headed into the 20th century this week and we will finish Native America and enter World War I and the Roaring Twenties!  

If you missed the Native America unit in class, man did you miss out...but here is a video podcast I put together that summarizes the unit, so you're welcome.

Day 1
In Class: Finish Native America discussion: the buffalo, Dawes Act, Oklahoma Land Rush, the Nez Perce, and Wounded Knee...
HW: None!
Notes:  National Parks Project due April 4

Day 2
In Class: Enter the 20th Century and World War I!  Crash Course and discussion about the War at Home:  World War I Google Doc

Crash Course US History: World War I America at Home!

HW: Google Form that goes with World War Won Video
Notes:  National Parks Project due April 4

Day 3
In Class: Finish World War Won and enter the Roaring Twenties!!! -- Especially Prohibition!
 Roaring Twenties Magazine! If they had one :)

Crash Course Roaring Twenties!

#1 Why Prohibition Started!

#2  Kentucky Stills

#3 Al Capone

HW: None!
Notes:  National Parks Project due April 4

Day 4
In Class: Quiz on Native America, World War Won, Roaring Twenties! 

Roaring Twenties Video Assignment!  You will watch the video below as a class and then provide SEVEN facts you learned about the 1920s and then explain in ONE PARAGRAPH  how the Roaring Twenties impact is still present today.  

HW: None!
Notes:  National Parks Project due April 4