-How do we think like an Historian?
-Has the West been romanticized?
-Does racial equality depend on government action?
-Can the "white man's conquest" of Native Americans be justified?
1. Romanticizing the West Activity:
The class will break up into different groups of student in a jigsaw group and they will investigate specific website that I have selected to build an understanding of Romanticizing the West. Everyone in the group must pick ONE primary source from the link below once you have been put into groups. Then every individual in the group will be responsible for filling out the Images of the West analysis and then compare and contrast all of the images the entire group has collected within the group. The group will then pick one of the primary sources that you all feel has the best potential to illustrate a clear perspective of what the West was supposed to look like for the entire class and the GROUP WILL be responsible for presenting that primary source image on the big screen using the projector.
Group A - http://library.bbhc.org
Group B - http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/educator/modules/teachingthetwenties/gallery.php?theme=culture§ion=cowboy
Group C - http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award97/ndfahtml/ngphome.html
Group D - http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2012/05/the-american-west-150-years-ago/100304/
1. Please read Chapter 13- Section 1 - page 410-417 and complete the Government Restricts and Battles Native Americans handout.
U.S. HISTORY I - Periods 4, 5, and 6:
-How do you think like an Historian?
-How was the first permanent English settlement in North America established in 1607?
-What influence did geography play in the settlement?
Themes: Individualism, Diversity, PEGS (Political, Economic, Geographic, Social)
1. We will examine the Pre-Chapter 3 Review and Homework but with a focus on:
A. English settlement in Virginia - page 42-48 (Who, How, Why??? and Impact?)
B. Puritans settled in New England - Pages 49-54
C. America and it’s Colonies - What questions gave you problems? Let's discuss the content in this article and the primary source cartoons.
-What questions do you have about the U.S.A. before the American Revolution? What did our textbook leave out?
1. Honor's Level and College Prep - Please read Chapter 13 - Section 1 - pages 66-71 complete the
British Laws - Positive and Negative
International Studies - Period 4
1. What does international studies mean?
2. How will you succeed in my class?
Themes: PEGS (Political, Economic, Geographic, Social)
1. We will correct The Day After Peace film questions that will count as a video test.
2. Do you think Peace Day is sustainable?
3. Peace Day resources: What will you plan at BHS over the next 9 days to make our school recognize "Peace Day"...
Peace One Day
International Day of Peace
Peace Events on Peace Day
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) Organization
The United Nation's Peace Day
Fellowship of Reconciliation (blog on Peace Day)
Peace Day Facebook - Has some good images, ideas, and foundations/resources.
Peace Day Ideas - On a facebook page, but it might help you promote it at BHS
The Nobel Peace Prize