Speak with me if you want to join the most decorated sport on campus, Eleanor Roosevelt's own Track and Field Team. Anyone can do an event, can you run fast, or long? Can you jump far or high? Are you afraid of heights? Pole vault might cure that. Or are you strong and might want to throw?
Unit 3 schedule/assignments
Day 1 Monday October 23
1st hour EOS Survey Day,
Hand out papers, explain unit
Healthy Kid Survey
Day 2 Wednesday October 25
Begin 3.1 American Imperialism
Day 3 Friday October 27
Chapter 4 Reading Quiz
Finish 3.1 A.I. Spanish American War
USS Maine video
Day 4 Tuesday October 31
Begin 3.2 Presidential Imperialism
Assign Political Cartoon/Propaganda Presentations
Day 5 Thursday November 2
Begin 3.3 WWI Review/ WWI video
(Flipped Lecture on 3.3)
Day 6 Monday November 6
Chapter 6 Reading Quiz
Begin 3.4 War on the Home Front Lecture
Day 7 Wednesday November 8
Finish 3.4 War on the Home Front Lecture
No School on Friday November 10th Veteran's Day
Day 8 Monday November 13
3.5 Ending WWI
Day 9 Wednesday November 15
WWI Propaganda/Political Cartoon 1 minute Presentations
Pass out and Assign Semester 1 Projects
4th- 3x3, 7x4
6th- 8x4, 2x5
Day 10 Friday November 17
Jeopardy and Unit 3 Exam
Thanksgiving Break November 20th-24th
Unit 3 Required Reading
This unit of study will cover chapters 4 & 6
Chapter 4 READING QUIZ DAY 3 Friday 10/27
Chapter 4 Imperialism and Progressivism (1872-1912) Pg. 290-321
CHAPTER 6 READING QUIZ ON DAY 6 Monday 11/6
Chapter 6 World War I and Its Aftermath (1914-1920) Pg. 362-399
UNIT 3 QUICKSHEET/REVIEW SHEET
This is due the day of the unit exam as well.
I expect handwritten, complete sentences for ALL key terms and Essential questions.
Generally, try and summarize the key terms into 1-2 sentences each.
Some of the essential questions might take a little longer than 1-2 sentences.
I will be grading based on effort and completeness.
This is worth 15 points and it will be added onto your Unit Three Exam score.
Unit 3 HW packet
WWI Sketch notes
project 1-minute presentation