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Detailed yearly plan for U. S. History 11th grade

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  • 1. U.S. HISTORY Pacing Guide 1st4 ½ Weeks WEEK 1Course LearningExpectations CLEs(State Standards)Checks forUnderstandingStudent PerformanceIndicators SPIsResources(Textbook, Videos,Speakers, Etc.)Assessments(Formative/Summative)Pre-TestStandard 4.0: >Understandthe effects of the Civil Warand Reconstruction on theUnited States politics.>Understand the politicalissues and problems thataffected the U. S. during thelast ½ of the 19thcentury.Standard 5.0:>Investigate the dynamicsof the post-Reconstructionera and the people andevents that influenced thecountry.Standard 6.0>Appreciate the diversity ofvarious cultures and theirinfluences on the U. S.Investigate the effect of bigbusiness upon the lives offarmers and wage earners.RECONSTRUCTION1. Explain the effect the Civil Warhad on industry in the South.2. Why was Lincoln in favor of amore lenient punishment for thesouth?3. Explain the differences inLincoln’s 10% plan and Wade-Davis’s proposal for readmittingthe South to the Union.4. How were political cartoonsused to promote and gain supportfor ideas and changes?5. Explain the significance of the13th,14th, and 15thamendment.6. Identify Black Codes anddescribe their effect on the newlyfreed slaves.7. Explain the significance of theFreedmen’s Bureau to theReconstruction process.8. What affect did AndrewJohnson have on Lincoln’sReconstruction plans?9. Explain where and why the KuKlux Klan was created.10. In what ways did the KKKhinder progress for the newly freedslaves?>6.2 Identify majoragricultural post- CivilWar American geographicareas on a map.>6.3 Identify major urbanareas of the U.S. on a map(i.e., Northeast, upperMidwest, Atlantic Coast,California).>6.6 Read and Interpret aprimary source documentreflecting the dynamics ofthe Gilded Age Americansociety>His Faith NeverWavered video (L)>song “Strangefruit” byBillie Holiday (S)>excerpts from bookJubilee (S)>clips from video 1 ofReconstruction DVD set(S)>excerpts from Gloryeducation edition (L)>Frederick DouglassBiography video (L)>Paul Laurence Dunbar’spoem “Sympathy” (S)>clips from last portionof movie, Gone With theWind (W)>Roots Episode 6 clip (W)>The American PresidentEpisode 2 (W)>Rebuilding theAmerican Nation video(L)Pre-TestWeekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__Processed Food DuringCivil War__Textile ManufacturingDuring Civil War__Freedmen’s Bureau__13thAmendment__Inflation__Devastation of the South__Reconstruction Plans__Lincoln Assassination__Labor Patterns__Johnson Impeachment__14thAmendment__15thAmendment__Redeemers__Southern Governments__Compromise of 1877__New South__Jim Crow__Black Codes__Sharecroppers__KKK__Post-Civil WarAgriculture Map__Major Urban Areas Map__Society in Gilded AgePrimary SourceDocuments
  • 2. WEEK 2Standard 1.0>Understand how industrialdevelopment affected theUnited States culture.>Understand how the influxof immigrants after 1880affected the U. S. culture.Standard 2.0Investigate how themodernization of agricultureand capitalist industrialdevelopment affected theeconomy of the UnitedStates.Standard 5.0:>Investigate the dynamicsof the post-Reconstructionera and the people andevents that influenced thecountry.Standard 6.0>Appreciate the diversity ofvarious cultures and theirinfluences on the U. S.Investigate the effect of bigbusiness upon the lives offarmers and wage earners.AGE OF INVENTIONS1. Explain the importance of steel inthe Second Industrial Revolution.2. Explain the significance ofHenry Bessemer’s BessemerProcess.3. Which cities were major centersfor steel production?4. What effect did thetranscontinental RR have on tradeand travel?5. Identify the inventors that areresponsible for the airbrake,refrigerated freight cars,passenger elevators, the telegraphmachine, the Remingtontypewriter, and the telephone?6. How did typing pools affectwomen?7. What type of things did womenbegin to want once they wereallowed to work in the publicsphere?8. What resources were in highdemand by the railroad industry?9. What led to the growth oftextile manufacturing in theNorthern U.S. during the CivilWar?10. Identify agricultural regionson a map.>6.1 Identify how theeffects of 19thcenturywarfare promoted thegrowth of industrialism(i.e., railroads, iron versussteel industry, textiles,coal, rubber, processedfoods).>6.7 Recognize thetechnological andindustrial advancements inmining, farming, orranching.>6.8 Match innovators totheir industrial andtechnologicalcontributions (i.e.,Vanderbilt, Westinghouse,Carnegie, Pullman,Hershey, DuPont, Bell,Edison, Rockefeller,Swift, and Armour).Thomas A. Edison:Father of Inventionbiography DVD (W)Andrew Carnegie andthe Age of Steeldocumentary DVD (L)workbooks (W)>political cartoons/advertisements that useracial stereotypes tosupport the idea ofSocial Darwinism (S)>ads/political cartoonsfrom recent presidentialelection that suggestMarxism/ Socialism (S)>Andrew Carnegie andthe Age of Steel DVD(L)>Milton Hershey: TheChocolate KingBiography DVD (L)>Henry FordBiography DVD (L)Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__Bessemer Process__Major Cities for SteelProduction__Andrew Carnegie__Elijah McCoy__Transcontinental Railroad__Resources for railroads__Phillip Armour__Alexander Graham Bell__Samuel F.B. Morse__Gustavus Swift__Barbed Wire__ Steel Plow__John Deere__DuPont__Thomas Edison__Milton Hershey__Immigration Patterns__Gospel of Wealth__Sojourner Truth__Capitalism v. Socialism__Laissez Faire Government__Karl Marx__Marxism and SocialismPolitical Cartoons__Herbert Spencer__Social Darwinism__Social Darwinism PoliticalCartoons__John D. Rockefeller__Cornelius Vanderbilt__George Westinghouse__George Pullman__Mass Marketing__Economic Disparity
  • 3. Standard 1.0>Understand how industrialdevelopment affected theUnited States culture.>Understand how the influxof immigrants after 1880affected the U. S. culture.Standard 2.0Investigate how themodernization of agricultureand capitalist industrialdevelopment affected theeconomy of the UnitedStatesStandard 5.0:>Investigate the dynamicsof the post-Reconstructionera and the people andevents that influenced thecountry.Standard 6.0>Appreciate the diversity ofvarious cultures and theirinfluences on the U. S.Investigate the effect of bigbusiness upon the lives offarmers and wage earnersRISE OF CAPITALISM1. How does capitalism differfrom socialism?2. Would supporters of a laissez-faire government be in favor of“big” government? Why? OrWhy not?3. Explain the difference betweenKarl Marx’s theory on wealth andHerbert Spencer’s.4. How was the theory of SocialDarwinism applied to minoritiesand the poor?5. Interpret Carnegie’s Gospelof Wealth.6. Explain the difference betweenvertical and horizontal integration.7. Identify the factors thatcontributed to Carnegie andRockefeller becoming the iconsthat they were.8. What effect did the inventionsof Vanderbilt, Westinghouse, andPullman have on travel/trade?9. How did mass marketing affecttrade?10. Interpret photographs ofmanufacturing in tenements byJacob Riis.11. Examine what led to thegrowing income gap during theGilded Age.>6.6 Read and interpret aprimary source documentreflecting the dynamics ofthe Gilded Age ofAmerican society(Carnegie’s Gospel ofWealth, “Ain’t I aWoman,” Jane Addams’Hull House Accounts,Jacob Riis)>6.9 Recognize theeconomic disparity amongfarmers, wage earners,immigrants, or racialgroups when compared toindustrial capitalists.
  • 4. WEEK 3Standard 1.0>Understand how industrialdevelopment affected theUnited States culture.>Understand how the influxof immigrants after 1880affected the U. S. culture.Standard 5.0:>Investigate the dynamicsof the post-Reconstructionera and the people andevents that influenced thecountry.Standard 6.0>Appreciate the diversity ofvarious cultures and theirinfluences on the U. S.Investigate the effect of bigbusiness upon the lives offarmers and wage earners.“OLD” vs. “NEW”IMMIGRANTS1. Explain the major differencesbetween the old and newimmigrants.2. Name the major reasons thatimmigrants chose to come to theUnited States.3. Describe the immigrants’journey to the U. S.4. List and describe the types ofinspection that the immigrants hadto pass in order to remain in theU. S.5. Define nativism. Explain whythe nativists resented theimmigrants.6. Explain why there was a needfor unions. Name the 2 types ofunions. Name some of the issueswithin the labor movement.7. Explain what tenementhousing was.8. What was the purpose of JaneAddams’ Hull House? What typeof services were provided at theHull House?9. Explain the relationshipbetween immigrants and politicalbosses. Why was Boss Tweed sounpopular?10. Be able to recognize the>6.4 Identify patterns ofimmigration and thecausal factors that led toimmigration to the U.S.(i.e., crop famines,European social andpolitical unrest, religiousfreedom).>6.5 Distinguish thedifferences in assimilationof “old” vs. “new”immigration (i.e.,languages, settlementpatterns, education,employment, housing,Nativist reaction, religion,geographic origin).>6.6 Read and interpret aprimary source documentreflecting the dynamics ofthe Gilded Age ofAmerican society (BookerT. Washington’s “AtlantaCompromise,” Carnegie’s“Gospel of Wealth, “Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t Ia Woman,” Jane Addams’Hull House Accounts,Jacob Riis photographsand/or writings, asweatshop worker’s>political cartoons (S)>workbooks (W)>excerpts from JaneAddams’ TenementHousing readings (S)>Jacob Riis photos (S)>virtual tour of the 97Orchard StreetTenement Housing (S)>pictures of leisureactivities from ConeyIsland book (S)>video Wobblies (L)>political cartoonsabout Boss Tweed (S)>handouts comparingthe Populist Movementto the Wizard of Oz (S)>The Century:America’s Time Vol. 1:“The Beginning: Seedsof Change” (L) (W)Far and Away movieWeekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__Old v. New Immigrants__Reasons ImmigrantsCame to U.S.__Immigrant Journey__Ellis Island and AngelIsland__Nativism__ Booker T. Washington’s“Atlanta Compromise”__Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I aWoman?”__Labor Movement Issues__Tenements__Jane Addams Hull HouseAccounts__Andrew Carnegie’s“Gospel of Wealth”__Jacob Riis photographsand writings__Boss Tweed__National Board of Review__YMCA__NCAA__Sherman Anti-Trust Act__Populist Movement__Grant’s Black Friday__Credit Mobilier__Graft__Gilded Age politicalCartoon__Whiskey Ring
  • 5. definition for graft.11.Explain why the NationalBoard of Review was created.11. Explain why the Victorianswere against consumerism andleisure activities?12. Explain why there was a needfor the YMCA and the NCAA.13. Why was the Sherman Antitrust Act ineffective?14. Explain the significance of theGrange.15. Explain why the Populistmovement was significant.16. What economic factors madethe populist party popular with thepeople?17. List Grant’s AdministrationScandals.18. Interpret Carnegie’s Gospelof Wealth.19. Describe the scandalinvolving Credit Mobilier.20. Describe the scandal calledthe Whiskey Ring.personal story).>6.9 Recognize theeconomic disparity amongfarmers, wage earners,immigrants, or racialgroups when compared toindustrial capitalists>6.10 Interpret a politicalcartoon which portrays thecontroversial aspects ofthe Gilded Age (e.g.,Populist reaction topolitician and/or tycoons,railroad development,westward expansion,Dawes Act, urbandevelopments).>6.11Analyze the impactof different forms ofcorruption and itsconsequences in Americanpolitics during the laterhalf of the Age.(i.e.,Grants Black Friday,Credit Mobilier, WhiskeyRing Ring, TammanyHall, Boss System,Garfields assassination,Civil Service Reform,Granger laws, InterstateCommerce Act).clip (W)The AmericanPresident Episode 7(Ulysses S. Grant)
  • 6. WEEK 4Standard 1.0>Understand socialtensions and theirconsequences after theturn of the century.Standard 4.0>Understand thegovernmental policies thataffected America and theworld during the 1890s-1930s.Standard 5.0>Understand the role ofthe United States in worldaffairs.Imperialism andProgressivism1. Explain the significance ofU. S. imperialism.2.Compare/contrast the theory ofAnglo-Saxonism with ManifestDestiny.3. What was the reasoning behindthe U. S.’s decision to force Japanto becoming a trading partner?4. Explain how the U. S. acquiredHawaii as a territory.5. Identify Jose Marti, WilliamRandolph Hearst, and JosephPulitzer.6. Define and give examples ofyellow journalism.7. Why was Spain blamed for theexplosion of the USS Maine?8. What was the significance ofthe Platt Amendment?9. Why were many Filipinosdistrustful of the U. S. governmentafter the Spanish- American War?10. Explain the significance of theOpen Door Policy.11. Explain the factors that led tothe Boxer Rebellion.12. Explain the significance ofdollar diplomacy.13. Why did the United States>7.1 Identify causes ofAmerican imperialism (i.e., raw materials,nationalism, missionaries,militarism, MonroeDoctrine).>7.2 Identifyconsequences ofAmerican imperialism (i.e., Spanish AmericanWar, expanding trade,extractive economies,Panama Canal, the idea ofsuperior Anglo-Saxonculture, yellowjournalism, militaryoccupation)>The American Vision:Modern Times textbook>Theodore Roosevelt:Roughrider toRushmore documentaryDVD (W)>Joseph Pulitzerbiography video (L)>The Panama Canaldocumentary video (L)>Teddy Roosevelt: AnAmerican Lion DVDseries (L)>The Age of TheodoreRoosevelt video (L)>The AmericanPresident Episode 9(Theodore Roosevelt)(W)Weekly Assessment4 ½ Week AssessmentCHECKLIST__Imperialism__Anglo-Saxonism andManifest Destiny__U.S.-Japan Trade__Hawaii__Jose Marti__William Randolph Hearst__Joseph Pulitzer__Yellow Journalism__U.S.S. Maine__Platt Amendment__Spanish-American War__Military Occupation__Open Door Policy__Boxer Rebellion__Dollar Diplomacy__Panama Canal__Theodore Roosevelt__Muckrakers__Ida Tarbell__Upton Sinclair__The Jungle__Suffrage Movement__Initiative, Referendum,and Recall__Anti-Trust Supreme CourtDecisions__Foreign Relations andCollapse of U.S. Economy__health and safety codes__organized crime__Al Capone__Hepburn Act__Meat Inspection Act
  • 7. Standard 1.0>Understand socialtensions and theirconsequences after theturn of the century.>Understand the culturalchanges in the early 20thcentury.decide to build a canal throughPanama? How did Rooseveltassist Panama in becomingindependent?14. Describe the term,“militarism.”Progressive Movement1. Identify significant activists inthe Progressive movement.2. Explain the significance ofmuckraking journalists.3. Explain the significance of theWoman Suffrage Movement.4. Identify the significantactivists from the SuffrageMovement.5. Explain why there was a needfor child labor laws as well ashealth and safety codes.6. Explain how prohibition ledto an increase in organizedcrime.7. Explain the significance of theHepburn Act, the Meat InspectionAct, the Pure Food and Drug Act,and the Children’s Bureau.8. Explain the effect UptonSinclair’s novel The Jungle hadon meat inspection.9. Explain how Roosevelt used hisposition to influence conservation.10. Why was there a need for>7.3 Recognize theprogress of political andsocial reform in Americaduring this era (i.e.,Womens Suffrage,Regulation of food anddrug, Initiative,Referendum, and Recall,protection of workersrights, Antitrust SupremeCourt decisions,Muckrakers).>7.5 Recognize the newtrends, ideas, andinnovations of the 1920spopular culture (i.e., radio,automobile, phonograph,Prohibition, birth control,organized crime, sports).Recognize the role ofTennessee in the womenssuffrage movement. (i.e.,"the perfect 36", AnneDallas Dudley, HarryBurn, Governor Albert>excerpts from TheJungle (S)>The Jungle (L)>Al Capone biographyDVD (L)>excerpts from theAtlanta Compromise(S)>Ain’t I A Womanhandouts (S)>advertisements formedicine (manyinclude cocaine andheroin as keyingredients) and otherconsumer products (S)>pictures from theTriangle Shirtwaist Fire(S)>Progressive EraResume__Pure Food and Drug Act__Scopes Trial__flappers__W.E.B. DuBois__Booker T. Washington__Marcus Garvey
  • 8. End of 1stMini QuarterWilson’s reform acts?11. Why was there a need for theNAACP?12. Interpret Booker T.Washington’s AtlantaCompromise.13. Compare and contrast theviews of Booker T. Washington,Marcus Garvey, and W.E.B.DuBois.14. Describe the significance ofthe Scopes Trial as anillustration of the culturalconflict in the 1920s.15. Describe a flapper and howthey challenged traditionalattitudes.16. Define initiative,referendum, and recall as theyrelate to removing publicofficials from office.17. Read and interpret passagesfrom Zora Neale Hurston andLangston Hughes.18. Why did members of theLost Generation leave theUnited States?19. What were importantpolitical aims of the ProgressiveMovement?Roberts).7.7 Read and interpret aprimary source documentreflecting the socialdynamics of the 1920s.(e.g. Harlem Renaissance,Lost Generation, UptonSinclair).>7.8 Compare andcontrast the philosophiesof DuBois, Washingtonand Garvey.>movie Iron-JawedAngels (L)>excerpts from video ACrusade for Justice(Ida B. Wells) (S)>lynch laws (handout)(S)>racial etiquettehandout (S)>handout on origin ofNASCAR (S)>video: Murder at theFair: TheAssassination ofPresident William McKinley (S)>“I, Too” poem byLangston Hughes>The AmericanPresident series (W)>The Progressive Eravideo (L)4 ½ Week Assessment
  • 9. U.S. HISTORY Pacing Guide Second 4 ½ Weeks Week 1Course LearningExpectations CLEs(State Standards)Checks forUnderstandingStudent PerformanceIndicators SPIsResources(Textbook, Videos,Speakers, Etc.)Assessments(Formative/Summative)Standard 1.0>Understand socialtensions and theirconsequences after theturn of the century.>Understand the culturalchanges in the early 20thcentury.>Understand the effect ofthe Great Depression uponAmerican society.Standard 4.0>Understand the reformsand changes in Americanpolitics and government asa result of the ProgressiveMovement.>Understand thegovernmental policies thataffected America and theworld during the 1890s-1930s.Standard 5.0>Understand the role ofthe United States in worldaffairs.Standard6.0>Understand the moral,social, and culturalchanges that occurred inthe 1920s.World War I1. Explain the significance ofmilitarism, alliances,nationalism, and imperialism asit relates to World War I.2. Explain the significance ofFranz Ferdinand’sassassination.3. Explain the significance ofthe sinking of the Lusitania.4. Explain how the SussexPledge and the Zimmermanntelegram led to the U. S.’sinvolvement in WWI.5. Why did Americans choseto support Britain overGermany?7. Explain the significance ofthe Wartime Agencies.8. How was propaganda usedto gain support for this war?9. Why was there a need for thedraft?10. How did WWI bringwomen out of the privatesphere?11. What new forms oftechnology were introduced bythe Allied powers in WWI?>7.4 Identify the causes ofAmerican involvement inWorld War I (i.e., securityconcerns, economic benefits,Wilsonian diplomacy,propaganda).>Sergeant Yorkdocumentary (L)>Sergeant York movieclips (L)>pictures of trenchwarfare (S)>video: Lusitania (S)>clips from movie FlyBoys (L)>Woodrow Wilson:Idealism and AmericanDemocracy video (L)>The AmericanPresident Episode 6video (WoodrowWilson) (W)>The Century:America’s Time “1914-1919: Shell Shock”video (L) (W)>America Over There:The United States inWeekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__militarism__WWI Alliances__imperialism__Franz FerdinandAssassination Impact__Lusitania Sinking__unrestricted submarinewarfare__Sussex Pledge__Zimmerman Telegram__Wartime Agencies__Propaganda__Women’s Role in WWI__WWI Technology__Sergeant Alvin York__Racial Tension__WWI’s Affect on U.S.Economy__Versailles Treaty__League of Nations__Woodrow Wilson__Red Scare
  • 10. 12. What effect did the Treatyof Versailles have on Germany?13. Why was the League ofNations unsuccessful?14. What effect did the warhave on the U. S. economy?15. Why was there so muchracial tension at the end ofWWI?16. Explain the significance ofthe Red Scare.World War I video (L)
  • 11. Standard 1.0>Understand socialtensions and theirconsequences after theturn of the century.>Understand the culturalchanges in the early 20thcentury.>Understand the effect ofthe Great Depression uponAmerican society.Standard 4.0>Understand the reformsand changes in Americanpolitics and government asa result of the ProgressiveMovement.>Understand thegovernmental policies thataffected America and theworld during the 1890s-1930s.Standard 5.0>Understand the role ofthe United States in worldaffairs.Standard6.0>Understand the moral,social, and culturalchanges that occurred inthe 1920s.Roaring ‘20s1. Explain the theories ofisolationism andinterventionism.2. Explain the effect massproduction had on the Americaneconomy.3. Explain why Henry Ford’sModel T experienced thesuccess that it did.4. Explain the effect credit hadon the consumer culture.5. List the factors thatcontributed to the resurgence ofnativism.6. How did indoor plumbingaffect people’s lives?7. How did electricity impactU.S. factories?8. Identify the arguments andtheories that led to the ScopesTrial.9. Explain the significance ofthe Harlem Renaissance.10. What was Tennessee’simpact on women’s suffrage?11. Describe how organizedcrime grew during theprohibition era.12. Explain the significance ofradio on the popular culture.13. What was the purpose ofprohibition?14. What was the significanceof spectator sports on society?>6.12 Assess the effect oflate 19th centurytechnological innovation onthe daily lives of Americanpeople (i.e., electricity,indoor plumbing,communication,transportation).>7.5 Recognize the newtrends, ideas, andinnovations of the 1920spopular culture (i.e., radio,automobile, phonograph,Prohibition, birth control,organized crime, sports).Recognize the role ofTennessee in the womenssuffrage movement. (i.e.,"the perfect 36", Anne DallasDudley, Harry Burn,Governor Albert Roberts).>7.7 Read and interpret aprimary source documentreflecting the socialdynamics of the 1920s. (e.g.Harlem Renaissance, LostGeneration, Upton Sinclair).>7.9 Analyze the Americanisolationist position versusinterventionist arguments.>audio of various Jazzartists (S)>excerpts from FlivverKing (S)>excerpts from videoScopes: The BattleOver America’s Soul(S)>pictures of Model-T(S)>Henry Ford biographyvideo (L)>The Reckless Years:1919-1929 video (L)>The Jazz Age DVD(L)>History of the 20thCentury: 1920-1929video (L)>The Century:America’s Time “1920-1929: Boom to Bust”video (L) (W)>The AmericanPresident series (W)WEEK 2Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__isolationism__interventionism__mass production__Hispanic Immigration__Scopes Trial__Harlem Renaissance__Stock Market Crash__Causes of Great Depression__electricity for factories__indoor plumbing__communication__transportation__radio__Henry Ford__Prohibition__Lost Generation__birth control__sports__Babe Ruth__18thAmendment__organized crime__Al Capone__Anne Dallas Dudley__Governor Albert Roberts__Harry Burn__ “Perfect 36”__ jazz
  • 12. WEEK 3Standard 1.0>Understand socialtensions and theirconsequences after theturn of the century.>Understand the culturalchanges in the early 20thcentury.>Understand the effect ofthe Great Depression uponAmerican society.Standard 4.0>Understand the reformsand changes in Americanpolitics and government asa result of the ProgressiveMovement.>Understand thegovernmental policies thataffected America and theworld during the 1890s-1930s.Standard 5.0>Understand the role ofthe United States in worldaffairs.Standard6.0>Understand the moral,social, and culturalchanges that occurred inthe 1920s.GREATDEPRESSION1. Explain how credit alongwith the ability to buy onmargin helped contribute tothe stock market crash.2. Explain the significance ofbank runs during the GreatDepression.3. Explain howoverproduction led to massivelayoffs during the GreatDepression.4. Why did many peopleblame Herbert Hoover for theGreat Depression?5. What environmentalchanges affect agriculture?6. Why did religiousrevivalism occur during theGreat Depression?7. Outline the causes of theGreat Depression.8. Create a cause and effectgraphic organizer of theeconomic cycle during theGreat Depression.>7.6 Determine the possiblefactors that led to theeconomic collapse of 1929(i.e., overproduction ofagriculture and industry,expansion of credit, financialspeculation, agriculturalfailures, tariff barriers,laissez-faire).>8.2 Recognize the negativepatterns of an economiccycle (i.e., increase ofunemployment, decrease ofprice level, excess inventory,decrease of production,repossession, increase ofbusiness failure, andbankruptcy).>8.4 Identify the changes insocial and cultural lifecaused by the GreatDepression and the DustBowl (i.e., Hoovervilles,Bonus Army, migrations,worldwide economicdepression, Democrat victoryin 1932, widespread poverty,unemployment, religiousrevivalism).>Jacob Riis photos (S)>Inherit the Windmovie (L)>Grapes of Wrathmovie (L)>Life in the Thirtiesvideo (L)>The Century:America’s Time “1929-1936: Stormy Weather”video (L) (W)Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__overproduction__unequal wealthdistribution__speculation__bank failures__decrease in production__unemployment increase__repossess__no relief for needy__ Herbert Hoover__Economic Cycle__ laissez-faire__Dust Bowl__Hoovervilles__Bonus Army__Election of 1932__religious revivalism__speculation quote
  • 13. Standard 1.0>Understand the effect ofthe Great Depression uponAmerican society.Standard 2.0:>Understand the economicclimate in the UnitedStates during theDepression Era.Standard 4.0>Recognize the effects ofthe Great Depression onthe United States politicaland judicial system.Standard 5.0>Investigate the causes,effects and attempts todeal with the GreatDepression.Standard 6.0>Understand the changesin American life as a resultof the Great Depression.NEW DEAL1. List and describe thedifferent types of agencies andinitiatives that FDR used totry and pull the country out ofthe depression.2. Interpret a New Dealpolitical cartoon.3. What were thecontributions of Cordell Hull?4. How did the establishmentof Camp/Fort Campbell affectTennessee during World WarII?5. How did the TVA impactthe Tennessee Valley?>8.6 Identify New DealPrograms/Initiatives (i.e.Social Security, WPA, TVA,Indian Reorganization Act,FDIC, CCC, Wagner/FairLabor Standards Act).>8.11 Interpret a politicalcartoon involving the NewDeal.>8.9 Recognize the effect ofthe New Deal and WorldWar II on Tennessee (i.e, thecreation of Fort Campbell theClarksville Base, TennesseeValley Authority, Secretaryof State Cordell Hull, OakRidge).WEEK 4Weekly Assessment4 ½ Week AssessmentCHECKLIST__Hundred Days__ “fireside chats”__ Social Security Act__ SEC__ AAA__ NRA__ WPA__ TVA__ Indian Reorganization Act__ FDIC__ CCC__Wagner/Fair LaborStandards Act__ New Deal cartoon__ Camp/Fort Campbell__ Cordell Hull__ Oak Ridge__ Court-Packing Plan__ Huey LongEnd of MiniQuarter MIDTERM EXAM
  • 14. Pacing Guide Third 4 ½ weeks WEEK 1Course LearningExpectations CLEs(State Standards)Checks forUnderstandingStudentPerformanceIndicators SPIsResources(Textbook, Videos,Speakers, Etc.)Assessments(Formative/Summative)Era 8Standard Number 1.0:CultureUnderstand the effect of theGreat Depression uponAmerican society.Understand the effects ofWorld War II upon Americansociety.Standard Number 2.0:EconomicsUnderstand the economicclimate in the United Statesduring the Depression Era.Understand how World War IIaffected the Americaneconomy.Standard Number 3.0:GeographyIdentify the countries affectedby the totalitarian states andtheir acts of aggression andexpansion consideringgeographic location.Identify the various theaters ofwar during World War II.Standard Number 4.0:Governance and CivicsRecognize the effects of theWORLD WAR II1. Explain how theTreaty of Versaillesindirectly led toWWII.2. Explain howHitler’s quest forworld domination ledto the U. S.’sinvolvement in WWII.3. Explain the legalissues that preventedthe Jews from beingable to escape theHolocaust.4. Explain thesignificance of fascismto Italy.5. Explain thesignificance of the 7year plan in Russia.6. Explain the effectthe Great Depressionhad on Japan’seconomy.7. Explain the factorsthat led to Japan’sdecision to bomb>8.1 Identify the causesof World War II (i.e.,Treaty of Versailles,fascism, failure of theLeague of Nations,Japanese imperialism,economic worldwidedifficulties).>8.3 Recognize thedefinitions oftotalitarianism, fascism,communism,nationalism, and anti-Semitism.>8.5 Interpret atimeline of majorevents from World WarII.>8.7 Recognize WorldWar II alliances>8.8 Analyze howWorld War II affectedthe American economy(i.e., women in the>virtual tour ofAuschwitz>The Boy in the StripedPajamas DVD>Schindler’s List DVD>photos & PowerPointpresentation from Mr.Erwin (includes actualfootage of U. S. troopsgoing into liberate theconcentration camps)>clips from the TuskegeeAirmen>The Century: America’sTime “1936-1941: Overthe Edge” video (L) (W)>The Century: America’sTime “1941-1945:Civilians at War” video(L) (W)>The Century: America’sWeekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__ Benito Mussolini__ fascism__ socialism__ communism__ totalitarianism__ nationalism__ anti-Semitism__ Joseph Stalin__ Adolf Hitler__ Axis Powers__ Allies__ blitzkrieg__ Maginot Line__ Winston Churchill__ Franklin D. Roosevelt__ Nuremberg Laws__ Kristallnacht__ concentration camps__ extermination camps__ Lend-Lease Act__ Atlantic Charter__ Japanese imperialism__ Pearl Harbor attack__ War Production Board__ Tuskegee Airmen__ Douglas MacArthur__ “Rosie the Riveter”__ Office of Price Administration__ rationing__ victory gardens__ D-Day
  • 15. Great Depression on the UnitedStates political and judicialsystem.Recognize the effects ofpolitical policies on civilliberties during World War II.Standard Number 5.0:HistoryInvestigate the causes, effectsand attempts to deal with theGreat Depression.Understand the changingdynamics of American lifeduring World War II.Pearl Harbor.8. Explain thesignificance of thebombing of PearlHarbor.9. Explain thesignificance of thewartime agencies.10. List and describeconsumer items thatwere made popularbecause of the war.11. Explain the effectof WWII on the U. S.economy.12. Explain the war’ssignificance tominorities and women.13. Explain thesignificance of OakRidge.14. Explain theimportance of AlbertEinstein to America’svictory over Japan.15. What led to thedecision to dropatomic bombs onJapan?16. What were theroles of women duringWorld War II?17. Identify WorldWar II alliances.18. Interpret atimeline of WorldWar II.workforce, movementto urban centers,minority employment,post war G.I. Bill,rationing, childcare).>8.10 Evaluate theimpact of theManhattan Project. (i.e.,the creation of OakRidge, Tennessee,nuclear proliferation,espionage, ethicaldebate, medicalexperimentation,Nagasaki, Hiroshima).Time “1941-1945:Homefront” video (L)(W)>The American Presidentseries (W)>Harry S Truman: Manof Decision video (L)>Truman: A Self Portraitvideo (L)>Hiroshima: TheDecision to Drop theBomb video (L)__ Battle of the Bulge__ V-E Day__ Harry S Truman__ Manhattan Project__ Oak Ridge__ V-J Day__ Truman’s atomic bomb announcement__ Nuremberg Trials__Cordell Hull__United Nations
  • 16. 19. Definetotalitarianism,fascism, communism,nationalism, and anti-Semitism.
  • 17. Standard 1.0>Investigate the impact of theGI Bill of Rights on Americansociety.Standard 2.0>Understand howdemobilization andconversion to a peacetimeeconomy affected the UnitedStates.Understand how sustainedgrowth led to an affluentsociety.Standard 3.0>Identify countries dominatedand threatened by communismafter World War II.>Identify the major areas ofthe world in which the UnitedStates was involved after1945.Standard 5.0>Understand the causes,course, and effects of the ColdWar.>Investigate and understandthe active theaters of conflictduring the Cold War.COLD WAR1. Explain thesignificance of theYalta Conference.2. Explain howTruman’s appointmentto the presidencyincreased tensionbetween the U. S. andthe Soviets.3. Explain thesignificance of theMarshall Plan and theTruman Doctrine.4. Explain the factorsthat led to the KoreanWar.5. On what positiondid Kennedy andGoldwater agree?6. Compare andcontrast Kennedy andEisenhower’s foreignpolicy strategy.7. Identify communistcountries on a map.8. Describe the>9.1 Recognizedifferences among thevictorious AlliedPowers after WorldWar II (i.e., capitalist,communist, militarystructure, individualdifferences).>9.3 Locate and labelcountries, using a map,dominated orthreatened byCommunism.>9.6 Recognizedomestic impact of theCold War on Americansociety (i.e.,McCarthyism, fear,conformity,counterculture,generation gap,highway system,consumerism).>9.9 Recognize thealtered Americanapproach to foreignpolicy (i.e., Bay ofPigs, Brinkmanship,Cuban Missile Crisis,peaceful coexistence).>9.11 Read and>The Century: America’sTime “1946-1952: BestYears” video (L) (W)>The American Presidentseries (W)>The Korean War video(L)>McCarthy Reconsideredvideo (L)WEEK 2Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__ Yalta Conference__ Soviet Union’s totalitarianism__ East Germany and West Germany__ Potsdam Conference__ Iron Curtain__ Berlin airlift__ Long Telegram__ containment__ Truman Doctrine__ Marshall Plan__ NATO__ Red Scare__ HUAC__ Rosenberg’s__ McCarthyism__ brinkmanship__ CIA__ Dwight D. Eisenhower__ map of communist countries__ 38thParallel__ Inchon Landing__ Eisenhower’s farewell speech__ Kennedy’s inaugural address__ Goldwater’s 1964 nomination speech
  • 18. foreign policy goals ofthe Soviet Union. interpret Cold Wardocuments (e.g.,Truman’sannouncement of thedropping atomicbombs, the contrastbetween Eisenhower’sfarewell speech andKennedy’s speech atKennedy’s inaugural,Goldwater’s 1964 partynomination acceptancespeech, Johnson’s Gulfof Tonkin declaration).
  • 19. Standard 6.0>Understand how the "babyboom," suburbanization,desegregation, and othersocial movements affectedAmerican society.>Understand how Cold Warconformity conflicted withindividual rights and self-expression.>Investigate howtechnological changetransformed American societyand created popular culture.Standard 1.0>Investigate the effects ofdesegregation, the CivilRights Movement, and theturbulent 1960s uponAmerican society.Standard 4.0>Understand the causes,course, and impact of theCivil Rights Movement.>Investigate Supreme Courtdecisions that affected theUnited States from 1945 to theearly 1970s.1950s & 1960s1. Explain thesignificance of Sputnik.2. Explain the conceptof conformity.3. List and describe theaffluence that mostAmericans enjoyedthroughout the 1950s.4. Explain why Rock‘n’ Roll was feared byadults and embraced byteenagers.5. Explain the factorsthat led to the CivilRights Movements inMississippi andAlabama.6. Explain thesignificance of sit-ins.7.Compare/Contrastthe views of MLK andMalcolm X.8. Explain thesignificance of theCivil Rights Act of1964 and the VotingRights Act of 1965.9. Explain the factorsthat led to the WattsRiots/Black PantherMovement.10. What was thelong-term influence of>9.2 Distinguish socialinequalities in Americain the post-World War IIere (i.e., racialsegregation, generationconflict, gender equity,ethnic identification).>9.4 Recognize theimpact of technologicaland cultural changes onAmerican society (i.e.,Space Race, Hollywood,communicationnetworks, mass media,medical advances,interstate highwaysystem).>9.6 Recognizedomestic impact of theCold War on Americansociety (i.e.,McCarthyism, fear,conformity,counterculture,generation gap, highwaysystem, consumerism).>9.7 Determine theeffects of the SupremeCourts decisions onCivil Rights (i.e., Plessyv. Ferguson, Brown v.Board, Miranda v.Arizona, Gideon v.>The Untold Story ofEmmett Till DVD (L)>Freedom Summer DVD(S)>movie: Ali (S)>clips from movie X (S)>Malcolm X Biographyvideo (L)>video The Children’sMarch>Eyes on the Prize videoseries (L)>Milestones of the CivilRights Movement DVD(L)>A History of the CivilRights Movement DVD(L)>King: Montgomery toMemphis video (L)>Mighty Times: TheLegacy of Rose Parksvideo (L)>United States History:WEEK 3Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__ conformity__ GI Bill__ Truman’s 1947 armed forcesintegration order__ Federal Highway Act__ Levittown__ baby boom__ Jonas Salk__ rock ‘n’ roll__ Elvis Presley__ Grand Ole Opry__ WSM__ Nashville music publishing__ Memphis Sun Studio__ Stax Records__ fallout shelters__ television__ Sputnik__ space race__ Bay of Pigs__ Cuban Missile Crisis__ peaceful coexistence__ Kennedy Assassination__ sit-ins__ SNCC__ SCLC__ Martin Luther King, Jr.__ Rosa Parks__ Malcolm X__ Civil Rights Act of 1964__ Plessy v Ferguson__ Brown v Board of Education__ Miranda v Arizona__ Gideon v Wainwright__ Little Rock Nine__ Clinton High School integration
  • 20. housingdevelopments, such asLevittown, onAmerican culture?11. How did SunStudio and StaxRecords impact themusic industry?12. How did theGrand Ole Opryimpact the countrymusic industry?13. What was thepurpose of the Bay ofPigs invasion?14. Outline the eventsof the Cuban MissileCrisis.15. Interpret King’s“I have a dream”speech.16. What was thesignificance of theEqual Pay Act of1963?17. What SupremeCourt decisionsimpacted civil rights?18. Describe theimpact ofMcCarthyism?19. What was thesignificance of theU.S. InterstateHighway System?20. What was theimpact of television onWainwright).>9.8 Identify significantevents in the struggle forCivil Rights (i.e.integration of ClintonHigh School in Clinton,Tennessee, the Clinton12 and GovernorClement’s actions, LittleRock Central High,Montgomery BusBoycott, FreedomRiders’ route,Birmingham bombings,Nashville lunchcounters, Martin LutherKings March onWashington speech,Civil Rights Act of1964, Civil Rights Actof 1968, Escobedo v.Illinois, Great Society).>9.9 Recognize thealtered Americanapproach to foreignpolicy (i.e., Bay of Pigs,Brinkmanship, CubanMissile Crisis, peacefulcoexistence).>9.10 Match leadingfigures of the CivilRights era with theirrespective groups andgoals (i.e., StromCivil Rights video (L)>movie: Pleasantville(W)>Blast From the Pastmovie clip>History of Rock ‘n’ Rollseries (W)>The Century: America’sTime (W)>The American Presidentseries (W)>Dwight D. Eisenhower:Soldier and Statesmanvideo (L)>The Fabulous ‘60s: AnOverview video (L)> The Kennedys video (L)>John F. KennedyBiography video (L)>The Assassination ofJFK video (L)>The Fabulous 50s: TheFun and the Fell ofAmerica’s Dream Decadevideo (L)__ Gov. Frank Clement__ Freedom Riders__ Little Rock Nine__ March on Washington__ Equal Pay Act of 1963__ Civil Rights Act of 1968__ Escobedo v Illinois__ Great Society__ Stom Thurmond__ “Bull” Conner__ George Wallace__ Diane Nash__ Albert Gore, Sr.__ Betty Friedan__ Stokely Carmichael__ Black Panthers__ Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring
  • 21. the Americanculture?21. What was thesignificance ofTruman’s integrationorder in 1947?Thurmond, Eugene “Bull” Conner, GeorgeWallace, Diane Nash,Betty Friedan, MartinLuther King Jr, MalcolmX, Stokely Carmichael,Albert Gore, Sr).>9.12 Identify thechanges in the musicindustry brought aboutby Tennessee’sinfluence (i.e., GrandOle Opry, WSM,Nashville musicpublishing, MemphisSun Studio, StaxRecords, Elvis Presley).>9.13 Evaluate socio-economic impact of thepost-World War II BabyBoomer generation (i.e.,media, entertainment,sports, suburbia,education, andcounterculture).>The Century: America’sTime “1953-1960: HappyDaze” video (L) (W)>The Century: America’sTime “1960-1964:Poisoned Dreams” video(L) (W)>Atomic Café movie clip(W)>20thCentury With MikeWallace: Conflict inCuba (Bay of Pigs &Cuban Missile Crisis)video (L)>The American Presidentseries (W)>Rachel Carson’s SilentSpring DVD (L)
  • 22. Standard 3.0>Identify countries dominatedand threatened by communismafter World War II.>Identify the major areas ofthe world in which the UnitedStates was involved after1945.Standard 5.0>Understand the causes,course, and effects of the ColdWar.>Investigate and understandthe active theaters of conflictduring the Cold War.End of Mini QuarterVIETNAM1. Explain why therewas a need for the U.S. to go to war inVietnam.2. Explain thesignificance of theGulf of TonkinResolution.3. Why was the BerlinAirlift necessary?>9.5 Identify areasassociated withAmerican containmentpolicies (i.e., Korea,Vietnam, Cuba, Eastand West Germany).>10.3 Use a timeline toidentify Americasinterest andparticipation inSoutheast Asia sinceWorld War II.>The Century: America’sTime “1965-1970:Unpinned” video (L) (W)>The American Presidentseries>Lyndon B. Johnson:Triumph & TragedyBiography video (L)>Vietnam: Air Power inAction video (L)>United States History:Origins to 2000 (TheVietnam War) video (L)>The Vietnam War video(L)>Vietnam’s Unseen WarNational Geographicvideo (L)>The Fall of Saigon video(L)WEEK 4Weekly Assessment4 ½ Week AssessmentCHECKLIST__ Ho Chi Minh__ domino theory__ Geneva Accords__ 17thParallel__ Ngo Dinh Diem__ Gulf of Tonkin Resolution__ napalm__ Agent Orange__ Ho Chi Minh trail__ William Westmoreland__ doves and hawks__ Tet Offensive__ Henry Kissinger__ Vietnamization__ My Lai massacre__ Kent State__ Pentagon Papers__ Saigon evacuation__ Vietnam timeline4 ½ Week Assessment
  • 23. Pacing Guide Fourth 4 ½ weeks WEEK 1Course LearningExpectations CLEs(State Standards)Checks forUnderstandingStudentPerformanceIndicators SPIsResources(Textbook, Videos,Speakers, Etc.)Assessments(Formative/Summative)1970s1. Explain the conceptof New Federalism.2. Explain thesignificance of Salt I,Henry Kissenger, SamJ. Ervin, and JohnDean.3. Explain the eventsthat led to Nixon’sresignation.4. What were thearguments for andagainst the Equal PayAct of 1963?>10.2 Recognize theroles of the key figuresof Watergate (i.e.,administration,investigators, media).>The Century:America’s Time “1971-1975: Approaching TheApocalypse” video (L)(W)>The Century:America’s Time “1976-1980: Starting Over”video (L) (W)>The AmericanPresident series (W)>All the President’s Menmovie (L)Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__ Port Huron Statement__ Free Speech Movement__ counterculture__ “hippies”__ Woodstock__ Feminism__ Betty Friedan__ Equal Pay Act of 1963__ NOW__ Gloria Steinem__ Equal Rights Amendment__ Title IX__ Roe v Wade__ United Farm Workers__ Cesar Chavez__ détente__ SALT I__ Watergate__ White House taping system__ Sam J. Ervin__ John Dean__ plumbers__ CREEP__ Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein__ OPEC__ Camp David Accords__ Rachel Carson__ Love Canal__ Three Mile Island
  • 24. Standard 4.0:>Investigate the impact ofpolitical turmoil on Americanattitudes toward governancesince 1968.>Identify the impact ofconstitutional change, variouscivil rights movements,feminism, and the ReaganRevolution.1980s1. Explain theideologies associatedwith liberalism andconservatism.2. Explain thesignificance of BillyGraham and othertelevangelists.3. Explain the affect theReagan years had on theU. S. economy.4. Explain thesignificance of theReagan Doctrine.>10.1 Match innovatorsor entrepreneurs in the"new economy" (i.e.,Sam Walton, MichaelDell, Ray Kroc, LeeIococca, Donald Trump,Bill Gates, Steve Jobs,Jeff Bezos).>United States HistoryOrigins to 2000: U.S.Politics, 1980-2000video (L)>The Century:America’s Time “1981-1989: A New World”video (L) (W)>The AmericanPresident series (W)>Ray Kroc Biographyvideo (L)>Bill Gates Biographyvideo (L)WEEK 2Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__ liberals and conservatives__ Billy Graham__ “televangelists”__ “Moral Majority”__ Reaganomics__ Iran-Contra scandal__ “mutual assured destruction”__ Mikhail Gorbachev__ yuppies__ Sam Walton__ Ray Kroc__ Lee Iococca__ Donald Trump__ Bill Gates__ Jeff Bezos__ Steve Jobs__ Michael Dell__ Challenger__ AARP__ perestroika__ glasnost__ military spending
  • 25. Standard 4.0:>Investigate the impact ofpolitical turmoil on Americanattitudes toward governancesince 1968.>Identify the impact ofconstitutional change, variouscivil rights movements,feminism, and the ReaganRevolution.1990S TOPRESENT1. Why did the UnitedStates think stopping thespread of weapons ofmass destruction waslinked to the war onterror?2. What were theadvantages anddisadvantages ofNAFTA?3. Compare and contrastthe Reagan, Bush, andClinton presidentialadministrations.4. How would asupporter and opponentof the WTO argue theirpoints?>10.4 Compare andcontrast the Reagan andGeorge H.W. Bushadministrations with theClinton administrationand the nature of theirrespective politicalopposition (i.e.,economic, domestic,budgets, foreign policy,ethics, and generationalvalues).>9.14 Analyze theadvantages anddisadvantages ofincreased global tradeand competition on theU.S. economy>10.5 Analyze theadvantages anddisadvantages ofincreased global tradeand competition on theU.S. economy (i.e.NAFTA treaty, importquotas, free tradeagreements)>Ronald Reagan: His Lifeand Legacy DVD (L)>George Bush: A Sense ofDuty Biography video (L)>Bill Clinton: In theRunning Biography video(L)>Bill Clinton: Hope,Charisma & ControversyDVD (L)>George W. BushBiography video (L)>United States HistoryOrigins to 2000: U.S.Politics, 1980-2000 video(L)>War in Iraq: The Roadto Baghdad CNN video(L)>The Century: America’sTime “The ‘90s andBeyond: Then and Now”video (L) (W)>The American Presidentseries (W)WEEK 3Weekly AssessmentCHECKLIST__ Saddam Hussein__ Bill Clinton’s budget surplus__ George H.W. Bush__ Internet__ health care reform__ Hillary Clinton__ AmericaCorps__ NAFTA__ World Trade Organization (WTO)__ immigration reform__ Al Gore__ George W. Bush__ Osama bin Laden__ al-Qaeda__ September 11thattacks__ weapons of mass destruction__ Guantanamo Bay
  • 26. END OFCOURSEASSESSMENT REVIEW>game buzzer system (W)>Millionaire PowerPoint(W)>teacher-made practiceassessment (W)>Coach books>End of Course PracticeTest (W)WEEK 4END OF COURSE ASSESSMENTPRACTICEREVIEW GAME BETWEENCLASSESEnd of MiniQuarterEnd of SemesterEND OF COURSE ASSESSMENTFINAL EXAM-