- Begin studying your notes from throughout the year for our upcoming Year-in-Review Test on Monday, May 23 through Wednesday, May 25 covering all of this year’s materials.
- We will finish working in our unit booklet, the Cold War, specifically as follows:
|Lesson 7: Major Events of the Cold War||Learning Activity||Summarizer|
|1||Read vocab into own words||Analogy|
|2||Read pp. 5 – 6 of the CWB||3-2-1|
|3||Read pp. 6 – 8 of the CWB and create a timeline||One minute sentence|
|4||Read pp. 8 – 9 of the CWB and answer D.Q. on p. 9||Key word: This is an acrostic of the concept of the Cold War and students write sentences for each letter that summarizes information they have learned.|
|5||Vietnam War – notes (on Monday, May 16)||Jeopardy Questions: Create one lower-order and two higher-order discussion questions for the table on p. 4 of CWB that compares/contrasts the U.S. and U.S.S.R.|
|Graphic Organizer||Graphic Organizer: Create a sequential graphic organizer illustrating the major events of the Cold War, complete with citation.
|Culminating Assignment||Using your graphic organizer above, write a paragraph or longer argument that identifies the most pivotal moment in the entire Cold War, complete with an explanation as to why that moment was so pivotal, including the consequences if that moment had turned out differently.|
- We will also begin our final booklet for the year, the Civil Rights Movement, specifically as follows:
|Lesson 8: Civil Rights Movement||Learning Activity||Summarizer|
|1||Read “Nonviolence vs. Jim Crow (1942)” on pp. 4 – 7 of the Civil Rights Movement Booklet (“CRMB”). Answer discussion questions on p. 7||Compare/Contrast graphic organizer|
|2||Close reading pp. 8 – 9 of the CRMB on “Emmett Till (1955)”. Answer discussion questions on p. 9. Video Clip.||3-2-1|
|3||Read pp. 10 – 13 of the CRMB on “MLK vs. Malcolm X.” Answer discussion questions on p. 13||Compare/contrast graphic organizer|
|4||Read pp. 15 – 19 of the CRMB on the “Montgomery Bus Boycott.” Answer discussion questions on pp. 15, 17 – 19 regarding ordinary citizen actions prior to, during, and after the Montgomery Bus Boycott.||Sequential graphic organizer|
|5||Read p. 14 of the CRMB, MLK’s “I have a Dream” speech – excerpt (1963). Answer discussion questions on p. 14 querying the present prevalence of the objectives MLK laid out in his speech.||Letter|
|Graphic Organizer||Graphic Organizer: Create a sequential graphic organizer illustrating the major events of the Civil Rights Movement, complete with citation.
|Culminating Assignment||Using your graphic organizer above, write a paragraph or longer argument that answers the following questions: How can the life of one individual create change for an entire society? How can the day-to-day choices we make impact our effect on society?|
Contact Mr. Cordova @ Raymond.Cordova@dpsnc.net