Students are going to watch the movie “The Wizard of Oz.” The movie is symbolism for the populism movement. Each student will be given a list of items that can be found in the movie. They will need to tell me what how the items in the movie symbolize the different aspects of the Populist Movement.
To start class we will finish what was started yesterday. When the work from yesterday is finished then we will start our discussion on populism. The notes are located below.
Today students will be looking at sources that deal with the Battle of Little Bighorn. Students will need to read the textbook version of what happened and answer the questions. After answering the textbook version of the events students will need to read the first hand accounts of the events and answer those questions. Below are the links to the accounts of Little Bighorn.
Today students will take notes on the Native American Wars. Below you will find the power point for this topic.
Today students will begin to learn how America went from fighting the Civil War to Native American tribes. Students will need to look at 4 different accounts of the Sand Creek Massacre. Students will need to summarize the 4 accounts. After summarizing the 4 different accounts students will have to pick aspects of each of them and tell me what they truly believe happened at the Massacre. Below is the link to the accounts.
Today students will learn how African Americans were treated after the Civil War. Students will understand Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws. After discussing this topic students will have to look at several pictures and pic two of them to answer 4 questions on. Below is the notes and assignment.
Today students will at opposing views of reconstruction. Below you will find a link to two politicians points of view on Reconstruction. You need to answer the questions that relate to the points of view.
Today students will be given 15 minutes to finish their Civil War Journals. There should be 6 of them. The battles that journals need to be on include: Bull Run, Shiloh, Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and Vicksburg. You can look at previous blogs to find the description of the battles. Upon finishing the journals students will begin to learn about Reconstruction. The notes for reconstruction are located below.
Today students will learn about the 6th and final battle worth mentioning from the Civil War. When the class is done discussing this battle we will also look at the Gettysburg Address and it’s importance on the war. When we are finished with the notes students will complete their last journal and also answer 3 questions dealing with the Gettysburg Address. Below are the three questions.
Today students will learn the strategy on both the Union and Confederate Armies. Students will also take notes on the first two battles of the war. When we are finished with notes students will need to write a journal as if they fought in the first two battles. The journal must be 100 words for each battle and each student is to make reference the battle and characteristics of it in their journal. Below are the notes that will be used for the entire section on the Civil War.
Civil War Journal Assignment – Battle of Bull Run and Battle of Shiloh