Today's class was spent finishing the video from last week and continuing the Gilded Age Notes. Remember that the chapter is to be finished by tomorrow.
Today's class was spent discussing the Reconstruction article, revisiting POV, and then we started notes on the Gilded Age, which is part of Period 6 (1865-1898). I've included a copy of the PowerPoint we started today and a PDF of the Reconstruction DBQ below.
Also, instead of having two short answer questions tomorrow, we will have a very short (8 questions) stimulus based multiple choice quiz tomorrow over Reconstruction.
Today's class was spent working on document analysis from a prior DBQ on Reconstruction. Emphasis was placed on practicing blind analysis, and developing one of the four types of analysis (POV, historical context, purpose or audience).
Remember that the article needs to be finished by tomorrow.
The majority of class time today was spend writing the third Long Essay of the year. Remaining class time was spent on assigned Reconstruction readings. For Monday, the assigned pages are 465-475 and the article needs to be done by next Wednesday. For the article, you do not need to do the questions, we will have two Type 2's over the article next Wednesday.
Today in class we went over yesterday's multiple choice test, started taking notes for Reconstruction, and had some work time for tomorrow's Long Essay.
Remember, for tomorrow's essay, you need to consider the issues that were debated regarding slavery. These include the following:
I've included the PowerPoint we started working through in class today.
Today's class was spend taking the Chapter 18-21 test. We will go over the multiple choice tomorrow. Homework for tonight is to have a draft of your thesis for Friday's Long Essay.
Today's class was spent working on a practice Short Answer question and discussing the significance of the Gettysburg Address. Whatever time was left was spent working on next week's Long Essay question, which is included below. I've also included a copy of the review guide for next Tuesday's test.
Today we finished our analysis of South Carolina's "Justifying Secession" and Abraham Lincoln's 1st Inaugural Address. Tomorrow, we will focus on Short Answer question practice and the Gettysburg Address.
There are no pages assigned for tonight, but make sure you have the chapter finished by Monday.
At the beginning of class, all graded papers were handed back. Everything has been graded, make sure you make up needed assignments if you were gone at all the week before break.
After two Type 2's over the reading from break, students made a chart in their notes comparing the mobilization efforts of the North and South at the outset of the Civil War. We then watched the Lincoln's segment from The Presidents video series for an overview of the time period.
Tonight's reading homework is 438-443