Warm-up: March 19, 2013

Warm-up: March 19, 2013

Warm-up: March 19, 2013 Directions: Please finish/start the assignment from yesterday. If you are already finished, please work quietly on your vocabulary. 1. 2. 3. Answer the following questions in complete sentences:

Write a sentence about how school protects students. Give two examples of what might happen if school did not have an administration and rules. Recall the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. Write a paragraph about what happened, explain how the government could have prevented the fire, and list some rules that they could have put in place. Monday October 14th Sit in your test day seat (no we arent testing I just havent figured out how I want to do our next seating arrangement ) Update your Table of Contents I know you are one row short on your TOC, just add a row to have it all fit

and tomorrow Ill get you a new TOC E/I Monday October 14th Purple Group (grade of 93 or higher on Unit 4 test) Creating and playing Taboo Game Teal Group (Grade of 92 or lower on Unit 4 Test)

Review: Wild West Crossword Puzzle with partner Smartboard Match as a class Bell ringer Monday Sept. 25th ***Find your new seat by looking at the seating chart on the board** Think back to our last unit & Make a list of problems from the Gilded age.

Write as MANY problems as you can remember. What do we already know. Governme nt Working Conditions Urbanizati on

Big Business Social Rights Reminders/Announcements Unit 3 outline is on my website- keep up with reading!

We selected characters for our Unit 3 FORMAL project (Speed Dating) last week please see me after class if you did not select a character. You should be working on this at home (Due 10/4) Unit 2 Test is Thursday 9/28, study guide & EC due at the start of class in hard copy form 3rd period only: If your parents are OPTING OUT of the Bullying/Harassment lesson, I need that opt out slip by the start of class tomorrow (9/26). THE PROGRESSIVE ERA 1900-1920 How did the political, economic and social conditions of the Gilded Age lead to the Progressive Era?

Introduction to the Progressive Era (19001920) What does PROGRESS mean? Any guess what types of progress we will see in the Progressive Era? Video Clip Progressivism Aimed to return control of the government to the

people, restore economic opportunities, and correct injustices in American life Goal= to fix the problems of the Gilded Age Lasts from approximately 1900-1920 (Presidents: Teddy Roosevelt, William Howard Taft & Woodrow Wilson) Goals of the Progressive Era

1. Protecting Social Welfare 2. Promoting Moral Improvement 3. Creating Economic Reform 4. Reforming Local & State Government

Origins of the Movement? Discovery of Poverty Jacob Riis takes photos that show how bad it really is Origins of the Movement? Jane Addams starts the Social Gospel

Movement (a reform movement based on the belief that Christians have a responsibility to help improve working conditions and alleviate Origins of the Movement? Settlement Houses created to help immigrants and poor people in cities

Community Center providing assistance to residentsparticularly immigrants- in a slum neighborhood Hull House in Chicago is a famous example BY 1910, there are around 400 settlement houses in various cities

Video Protecting Social Welfare Attempt to soften harsh conditions of Industrialism Returning Power to the People Social Reform: Key People Florence Kelly: fought for

better working conditions for children and women YMCA & Salvation Army created Established soup kitchens & recreational facilities Margaret Sanger: fought for women to have access to birth control for family planning Protecting Social Welfare:

Reforms Keating-Owen Act 1916 ban goods produced by child labor Muller v. Oregon limited women to a 10 hour workday

Promoting Moral Improvement Good Morals = Good Life Returning Power to the People Moral Reform: Key People Womens Christian Temperance Union - largest womens group is U.S. history - 245,00 members by

1911 Founded by Frances Willard Promoting morals: reforms 18th Amendment: prohibits the sale, manufacture and consumption of alcohol Anti-Saloon League: felt alcohol was undermining American morals and

ruining families. Fought to close saloons (bars) Creating Economic Reform Separating Business and Politics Narrowing Gap Between Upper and Lower Class Returning Power to the People Economic Reform: Key People Eugene Debsfounded the Socialist Party

Believed that the means of production should be owned or regulated by the community as a whole. Share the Economic Reforms Clayton Anti Trust Act:

Strengthened the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, Made it more difficult to have a monopoly Federal Trade Commission: Government begins to monitor business practices such as false advertising Increased Regulation of business Increased Protections for Workers How is this different from the Gilded Age?

Reforming Local Government Giving Power Back to the People Holding Officials Accountable Returning Power to the People Political Reform: Key People Wisconsin Gov. Robert M. La Follette Fighting Bob

3 term governor Goal: drive corporations out of politics Main target: railroads Political Reforms Initiative a ballot bill by the people instead of lawmakers

Referendum a vote on the initiative Recall public officials face another election before the end of their term What do all three of these reforms have in common? 17th Amendment - 1913

- Direct Election of Senators Cities begin to hire city managers to take power away from corrupt mayors Returning Power to the People Answer the final thought Question on the bottom of todays notes Out of the four areas of reform, which do YOU think was most important/ pressing in the Progressive Era? (Political, Moral,

Social or Economic) Why? Where would you put your $ $?? Complete the hook exercise with your elbow partner. Only one of you needs to write. Be ready to explain your justification to the class! Where would you put your $ $?

Read the document you have been assigned (A,B,C or D). The first time, just read it silently without annotating. The second time, read it again and annotate key points, paraphrase, etc. and answer the questions on your handout! Where would you put your $ $

Get together with everyone who read your same document (As together, Bs Together,etc) As a group- First, check answers to the questions on your handout. Then, decide why YOUR area of concern is the most important of the progressive era. Why should someone give a million dollars to your cause over the other causes? Make this argument persuasive and draw from the documents. Be sure each person in the group can articulate this argument. Where would you put your $ $?

Now we will form groups of 4 with 1 person representing each area or document. Take turns sharing a brief summary of your document. Next take turns sharing your argument why is your topic the most important. As a group you must come to a unanimous consensus which of the four

topics is most important and why does it get the money? So where would we put our $1 million? Progressive Era Collage Time! Your Task: Create a collage using pictures (and words) to represent the four goals of the progressive Era- 1) Moral Reform 2) Social Reform 3) Economic Reform and 4) Government Reform. Your pictures may come from a magazine or they may be hand-drawn. Must include

label for four areas of reform and at least 4 pictures for each area. Pictures shouldnt be too similar and must relate specifically to topics in todays notes. Dont forget a creative title! The idea is that a person walking by should be able to glance at your collage and get an idea of the types of reform Progressives wanted. **You may also do an electronic version see your assignment handout for specifics on this. Warning: Dont rush on this! Due Tuesday 2/21 at the start of class Tip: Use your notes from today to get ideas for goals of the Progressive Era that might inspire pictures! Collage groups & your assigned part S= Social, E = Economic, M= Moral, P= Political

Killian (S), Velaria (E), Colby (M), Spencer (P) Cameron (S), Matthew (E), Ursula (M), Shaccori (P) Kiim (S), Yesult (E), Alan (M), Ayila (P)

Michelle (S), Elsa (E), Charlie (M), Lucy (P) Sarah (S), Nathan (E), Nikole (M), Jackson (P) Lily (S), Marco (E), Jadon (M), Grace (P) Dont forget Progressive Collage due Tuesday @ start of class Progress Reports

Get them signed by a parent or guardian and return them by the end of the week! Missing Homework or Classwork? You may still turn it in for a grade of 50% up until 2 weeks before the end of the quarter. Fail the Unit 1 Test? Remember you have until TOMORROW to complete the optional assignment to raise your grade to a 70. Think somethings wrong? Write me a note with your name and the issue and I will look in to it. Want a higher grade? Tutoring on Tuesdays, Extra Credit, Use the outline to keep up with

PSA Project Goals for today: Begin researching your topic. Remember to stick within the years of 1890-1920. Your book (Chapters 16 and 17) is a good place to start in addition to researching online Start designing your storyboard. This should show at least six frames (Scenes) for your movie. This needs to be reviewed by me

before you can check out a flip camera. Lastly- start brainstorming HOW your PSA will look- how are you going to convince people to support your movement. Have by Wednesday PROGRESSIVE WOMENS RIGHTS Margaret Sanger led the movement to provide birth control to prevent unwanted pregnancies among

poor women Margaret Sanger Florence Kelley Florence Kelley fought against child Women Lead Reform Womens Colleges open giving more opportunities

NACW was established to morally educate the colored race Susan B. Anthony led suffrage movement NAWSA est. in 1890 National American Women

Suffrage Association STATES THAT GAVE WOMEN THE SUFFRAGE BEFORE THE 19TH AMENDMENT Progressive Movement: PSA honors Make Your Own Public Service Announcement Unit 5 Project Description: Post-Reconstruction society was plagued with corruption, economic depression, and rapid urbanization. As a result, a major movement within the US took hold. The Progressive Movement began in 1890 and ended in 1914 when the US shifts its attention to Europe. During this time, reform movements reach every sector of American society.

Your job: You need to convince Americans to support your movement! To do this, you and your group will create a Public Service Announcement on a specific movement that occurred during this era. What is a PSA? A public service announcement is a non-commercial advertisement shown on the TV or radio for the public interest. They raise awareness about social, political, or economic issues. Requirements: -Research your movement! Information will be graded on accuracy -Typed, complete, and detailed script for your PSA. -Create a story board with captions telling me about what the action/dialogue is in each frame. -Tape you service announcement. Graded on: Performance Quality (5), Script (5), Creativity (5), Accurate Info (5), Group Effort (5), Storyboard (5) Total: ____________/30 points Tuesday February 21st

You have exactly FIVE minutes to get back with your group from Friday and finish up your Progressive Era collage. Bellringer Tuesday 9/26 Create the graphic Goals of organizer on Progressivis the right in the m

bell ringer section of your notebook. Add Goal: Goal: Goal: Goal: details from your notes Exampl Exampl Exampl Exampl es: es: es: yesterday. es:

Who Participated in the Movement? Middle class citizens Professionals Reformers

Women Press Religious Groups Robert La Follette & Teddy Roosevelt

Socialists Expansion in public education: 86% of children in schools by 1920 Date 9/18 Topic Muckraker Chart

Page 20 MUCKRAKERS Focus Question: How did Muckraking journalists influence the progressive era? Muckrakers Journalists and other writers who reveal (show) the need for reform.

Their investigative reports uncover the problems and make people want to reform them A Muckrake is something used to clean manure out of animals stables Muckraker Jigsaw

With your group, examine the primary source excerpts, political cartoons and pictures in each folder. Each person in the group should add details to your muckraker chart as you work. For specific area of concern- what does the muckraker target or try to raise awareness about? For specific tactics used- are they a writer? Photographer? And add the names of any

Who said it? Game Raise your hand when your group knows which muckraker likely said the quote! Who said it? The homes of the Hebrew quarter are its workshops also. Every member of the family, from the youngest to the oldest, bears a hand, shut in the qualmy rooms, where meals are cooked and clothing washed and dried besides, the livelong

day. It is not unusual to find a dozen personsmen, women, and childrenat work in a single small room Who said it? We are responsible, not our leaders, since we follow them. We let them divert our loyalty from the United States to some party; we let them boss the party and turn our municipal (cities) democracies into autocracies and our republican nation into a plutocracy Who said it?

When Mr. Rockefeller began to gather the oil markets into his hands he had a task whose field was literally the world, for already, in 1871, the year before he first appeared as an important factor in the oil trade, refined oil was going into every civilized country in the globe Who said it? It is the easiest way to get along in the

South (and those portions in the North where lynchings take place) to ignore the question all together, our American Christians are too busy saving the souls of white Christians from burning hell-fire to save the lives of black ones from present burning in fired kindled by white Christians. Who said it? There was meat that was taken out of pickle and would often be found sour,

and they would rub it up with soda to take away the smell, and sell it to be eaten on free-lunch counters; also of all the miracles of chemistry which they performed, giving to any sort of meat, fresh or salted, whole or chopped, any color and any flavor and any odor they chose. Who said it? Video Clip The Jungle

Do Now: Use this time to work on your Unit 3 Progressive Era Speed Dating Project OR your Unit 2 Study Guide OR your unit 2 extra credit. We all have SOMETHING to be working on!! Reminders: -Muckraker Quiz tomorrow (Wed 9/27)

-Unit 2 Test Thursday 9/28 with study guide & EC due at the start of class -Progressive Speed Dating Project due 10/4 Progressive Era Public Service Announcement Skit Skit Must Include: A description of the PROBLEM. Hint: Think back to the Gilded Age and

highlight the worst aspects of your topic. To gain public sympathy, you need to make it seem really awful. Dont say the name of your muckraker! Be sure one of you plays the muckraker. Monday 9/26 Turn in your Progressive Era Collage Then, study your notes for our quiz today. We will do a bellringer in just a minute! WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY

22ND Bellringer Wednesday February 22nd (Match the description with the appropriate muckraker) Description

1. Wrote Corruption and Reform in St. Louis 2. Wrote the Jungle about unsafe meat. 3. Took pictures of How the other half lives 4. Wrote Southern Horrors of Lynching 5. Wrote the History of Standard Oil 6. Drew pictures exposing Tammany Hall and other political machines.

Muckraker A) Jacob Riis B) Upton Sinclair C) Ida B. Wells D) Lincoln Steffens E) Thomas Nast F) Ida Tarbell

Mandela Assignment (Complete ONE with your elbow partner) on the paper I have given you. Rank each of the six muckrakers we studied on Friday. You are ranking them in order of: Who was the most impactful/important? Put the one you determine as most important in the center of the circles and work your way out (#6 would be in the outermost circle). In addition to the name of the muckraker, you also

need to draw a symbol representing the area that particular muckraker was concerned with. Lastly, you need a 1 sentence explanation of why you ranked that muckraker where you did. Who am I? Review for Quiz Unit 3 Quiz Write your name on your paper. You MAY write on the quiz. Phones off and away the entire time our class is quizzing! Put up a fort of info from another class (or a book) You will want a sheet of notebook paper for the Extra Credit opportunity

Quiz Extra Credit (Complete on notebook paper and staple to your quiz. Up to 5 possible EC points) Imagine your great-grandmother left you $2 million during the Progressive Era. The deal was this: You would get to keep $1 million for yourself IF you donated the other $1 million to charity. Great-grandma wants you to donate ALL the money to ONE specific area of concern from the Progressive Era.

On your paper: Which area of concern would you donate to and explain why you selected this area--- why is it more important than all the others? What SOLUTIONS do you propose could be done with your $1million? (Example area of concern: Unsafe Working Conditions) Progressive Era Speed Dating

Rubric and detail on my website (AHII Unit 3) be sure to look at this! Select historical figures Example Projects from last year Due @ beginning of class on Thursday 3/2 Project is FORMAL grade 2 pages handwritten autobiography/notes (First person, present tense!) 10 business cards

6 open-ended questions for your dates Performance grade for how well you act in character. Extra Credit if you dress the part! Progressive Era Bracketology Your task: Compare various progressive era reforms and decide which was more

important/impactful/significant. Evaluate each of the four matchups, moving the winner on and put the loser in the losers bracket. Explain in at least 1 sentence how/why you decided the way you did. When you are finished you will have one winner (the most important Progressive Reform) and Reminders/Announcements

Announcing our new Mr./Ms. AHII Unit 2 Test Makeups tomorrow after school. Tuesday 9/27= last day to make up this test! Unit 3 Quiz today (Informal) Progressive Era Collage was due today (INFORMAL) Unit 3 Project assigned today (FORMAL) Quick Review: Who am I? Date Topic

Page 9/2 Unit 3 Quiz 21 1 9/2 Unit 3 Speed 22 1 Dating Project Video Clip The Jungle 1st period pairs

Eryn/Angel Rocio/Lindsey Angel/Kahlil

Ebony/Cherish Satyam/Colby RonDrekius/Aaliyah Raja/Darnell Hajia/Juan Sha-Asia/Amindulah Bar/Sernariann Taquesha/Jordan Teonnia/Tillie Tamia/Cameron Creating a book cover for a muckraker At your table, each person should create a book cover for a DIFFERENT muckraker. This also has to be different from the muckraker you created a skit for. It doesnt matter who does

which person, as long as no two people at the table do the same! Book cover should include: Actual name of the publication (if there is one) At least one great image that gives a good idea of what the book was about. Do NOT put the authors name on the bookcover. Jacob Riis: Poor

Living Conditions in Cities Jacob Riis Jacob Riis How The Other Half Lives (Book of photographs depicted slum life in cities) IDA TARBELL: Big Business specifically John Rockefeller Miss Tarbell, in her book, revealed after years of diligent research the illegal

means used by John D. Rockefeller to monopolize the early oil industry. Lincoln Steffens: Corruption in city governments & poor living conditions Lincoln Steffens The Shame of the Cities UPTON SINCLAIR: Unclean factory conditions MOVIE MADE FROM THE

BOOK IN THE EARLY 1900S HIS BOOK, THE JUNGLE DESCRIBED THE FILTHY CONDITIONS IN THE MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY AND LED TO THE PASSAGE OF THE FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION ACT OF 1906 EXCERPT FROM THE JUNGLE old sausage that had been rejected, and that was moldy and white it would be dosed with borax and glycerin, and dumped into the hoppers, and made over again for home consumption. There would be meat that had tumbled out on the floor, in the dirt and sawdust, where the workers had tramped and spit uncounted billions of consumption germs.

There would be meat stored in great piles in rooms; and the water from leaky roofs would drip over it, and thousands of rats would race about on it. It was too dark in these storage places to see well, but a man could run his hand over these piles of meat and sweep off handfuls of the dried dung of rats. These rats were nuisances, and the packers would put poisoned bread out for them; they would die, and then rats, bread, and meat would go into the hoppers together the meat would be shoveled into carts, and the man who did the shoveling would not trouble to lift out a rat even when he saw one there were things that went into the sausage in comparison with which a poisoned rat was a tidbit. Thomas Nast: Political Corruptionspecifically Tammany Hall/Boss Tweed

Political Cartoons Ida B. Wells: Lynching & Mistreatment of African Americans Books: A Red Record and Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in all its phases Do Now Read the primary source document excerpts Examples of Muckrakers and answer the questions on the back of todays notes!

If you finish early, you can work on your Unit 3 Study Guide! Muckrakers: Ida B. Wells Not all nor nearly all of the murders done by white men, during the past thirty years in the South, have come to light, but the statistics as gathered and preserved by white men, and which have not been questioned, show that during these years more than ten thousand Negroes have been killed in cold blood, without the formality of judicial trial and legal execution. And yet, as evidence of the absolute impunity with which the white man dares to kill a Negro, the same record shows that during all these years,

and for all these murders only three white men have been tried, convicted, and executed. As no white man has been lynched for the murder of colored people, these three executions are the only instances of the death penalty being visited upon white men for murdering Negroes. Notebook Check 9/24 1) What was the bellringer on Friday

9/20? *write out entire bellringer for this one* 2) What was the bellringer on Friday 9/17? *you can write questions or your answers* 3) Look at your unit 1 study guide. What was question #2? Just write the question! 4) Look at your notes on Gilded Age Politics what was the Pendleton Civil Do Now Either with an elbow partner or by yourself, read the excerpts from the PRIMARY SOURCE documents. Answer the questions on the back

of your chart. If you finish early, you may work on your Unit 3 Study Guide or Extra Credit Public Service Announcement Brochure

Brochure Must Include: A description of the PROBLEM. Hint: Think back to the Gilded Age and highlight the worst aspects of your topic. To gain public sympathy, you need to make it seem really awful. Name Drop Any key people involved in your movement (ex: This movement is endorsed by Nobel Prize winner, Jane Addams herself! Be sure to include any muckrakers associated with the issue) Suggest a REFORM/SOLUTION. How could your problem be fixed? What do you need the public to do? Hint: To gain public support, you need to be energetic and convincing. (ex: Only YOU can help prevent forest fires!) A picture on the cover with a slogan Please create the Tree Map below.

Look back over yesterday & todays notes to add details Progressivism: Goals Protecting Social Welfare Promoting Moral Improvement Creating Economic Reform Reforming Origins

Muckraker s Members hip Please create the Tree Map below. Progressivism: Goals Protecting Social Welfare Promoting Moral

Improvement Creating Economic Reform Reforming Origins Muckraker s Members hip Who Participated in the Movement?

Middle class citizens Professionals Reformers Women

Press Religious Groups Robert La Follette & Teddy Roosevelt Socialists

Expansion in public education: 86% of children in schools by 1920 PSA Project Goals for today: Begin researching your topic. Remember to stick

within the years of 1890-1920. Your book (Chapters 16 and 17) is a good place to start in addition to researching online Storyboard Due by the end of class! This should show at least six frames (Scenes) for your movie. This needs to be reviewed by me before you can check out a flip camera. **Each group will have a quick meeting with me to explain their story board** Lastly- start brainstorming HOW your PSA will lookhow are you going to convince people to support your movement. Bellringer Wed. October 16th

Answer these Recap Questions in the BR section of your notebook: 1) Why did the Progressive Era Start? What were the goals of the movement? 2) Why were Muckrakers important in the progressive era? A) Food Safety 3) List the purpose of the 16th, 17th and 18th amendments B) Anti-Big 4) Match the ProgressiveBusiness Era person with the appropriate area:

Jane Addams Upton Sinclair Thomas Nast Lincoln Steffens Jacob Riis Ida Tarbell C) Pictures of Poverty D) Cartoons with

political corruption E) Settlement Houses F) Corruption & Bad sanitation in PSA Project Goals for Today: Get storyboard approved if you havent yet

Begin filming! Remember to be quiet in the halls! Make sure you are back by 2:10 to turn in your camera. Reminders: Storyboard & Script due 10/24 with VIDEO Evidence of RESEARCH beyond just whats in the textbook or class notes is needed! Make sure you arent having too much fun with this that you forget to add facts! Progressive Movement: PSA

regula r Make Your Own Public Service Announcement Unit 5 Project Description: Post-Reconstruction society was plagued with corruption, economic depression, and rapid urbanization. As a result, a major movement within the US took hold. The Progressive Movement began in 1890 and ended in 1914 when the US shifts its attention to Europe. During this time, reform movements reach every sector of American society. Your job: You need to convince Americans to support your movement! To do this, you and your group will create a Public Service Announcement on a specific movement that occurred during this era. What is a PSA? A public service announcement is a non-commercial advertisement shown on the TV or radio for the public interest. They raise awareness about social, political, or economic issues. Requirements: -Research your movement! Information will be graded on accuracy -Create a story board with captions telling me about what the action/dialogue is in each frame.

-Tape you service announcement. Graded on: Performance Quality (5), Creativity (5), Accurate Info (5), Group Effort (5), Storyboard (5) Total: ____________/25 points Movements to look at: Womens suffrage Labor Movement Early Niagara

Conservation Movement Food & Consumer Voting Reforms Laws

Child Labor Tariffs Building Codes Anti-Trust Laws

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