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  • Lesson 1 Bell Ringer
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    • 1. U.S. History Bell Ringer
      Respond to the following questions in your journal:
      Imagine what it would be like to live in a world without change.
      Describe an important change that occurred at some point in your life.
    • 2. U.S. History Journal
      • What remained the same throughout the change you described?
      • 3. Can you identify what caused the change?
      • 4. How did you react to the change?
      • 5. What were some long term consequences of the change?
    • True or False
      The More Things Change,
      the More They Stay the Same.
    • 6. How has America changed or stayed the same over the last 150 years.
      Topics to consider:
      -- Government -- Economy
      -- Technology -- Democracy
      -- Work -- Family
      -- Where people live -- Values
      -- Beliefs -- Environment
    • 7. U.S. History Theme #2
      Why Do Things Change?
    • 8. U.S. History Theme #2
      Why Do Things Change?
    • 9. “Technology is the process by which humans modify nature to meet their needs and wants”
      National Academy of Sciences
    • 10. True or False
      Respond True or False in your Journal
      Technological innovation is created in a great leap by one person having a “Eureka (Aha!)” moment.
      Technological innovation is created gradually as people build upon each other’s work over time.
      Technological innovation can change not just how people live, but how they think.
      Technological innovation is making our world and human life better.
    • 11. True or False
      Respond True or False in your Journal
      One individual can change the direction of history
      Individuals are just products of their times.
      History is mainly the story of great individuals.
      It is the unseen current of the masses of a society that steer the ship of history, not the leaders or thinkers who think they are at the helm.
    • 12. Great Man Theory
      "The history of the world is but the biography of great men," Thomas Carlyle
      - Buddha - Newton
      • Shakespeare - Napoleon
      • 13. Abraham Lincoln - Einstein
      • 14. George Washington - Karl Marx
      • 15. Muhammad - FDR
    • Structural Theories
      “You must admit that the genesis of a great man depends on the long series of complex influences which has produced the [society] in which he appears, ….Before he can remake his society, his society must make him.” Herbert Spencer
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    • 18. Closing Question
      Please respond in your journal to the following closing question:
      What is culture?
      What did you learn about how cultures change? Identify at least two things.
    • 19.
    • 20. Bibliography
      Slide 6 – National Academy of Sciences (2010). What is Technology? Retrieved from
      Slide 10 – Washington Photography -- VisitingDC (2010). George Washington Picture. Retrieved from
      Slide 10 – Lincoln Photography -- VisitingDC (2010). Abraham Lincoln Picture. Retrieved from
      Slide 12 – FDR Photo – Encyclopedia Britannica Blog (2009). How Obama can be another FDR. Retrieved from
      Slide 12 -- Great Depression Protestors -- National Post Inc. (2010). Great Depression of small “D”?. Retrieved from
      Slide 13 – MLK – B Town Blog (2010). A few minutes with Dr. Martin Luther King. Retrieved from
      Slide 13 - Civil Rights Protesters -- History Cooperative (2005). The long Civil Rights Movement and the political uses of the past. Retrieved from
      Slide 15 - Hamilton Township Schools. Pleasanton School 1900. Retrieved from