How to read this section. Readings for the textbook will always be accompanied by note taking. The due date, which means when you should have the readings and notes completed for class will be listed. Pay special attention to topic names and sub topics.
Make sure to put all dates and assignments into your Planner!!!!!!
Takaki, Ronald Multicultural America
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Class Materials That Everyone Should Have:
3 RING BINDER( Front and side of Binder should have NAME, PERIOD, and US HISTORY 11)
LABELED US HISTORY, NAME, CLASS, AND PERIOD
COLLEGE RULED HOLE PUNCHED PAPER
3 RING PENCIL CASE
2 BLACK OR BLUE INK PENS
In class you received a packet( Excerpts from The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedman Chapter One: "The Problem That has No Name" )
- Read and Annotate The Reading
- Answer the questions on the last page
If you did not finish peer reviewing on the red paper in class then also complete that for homework.
For those of you who did not pick up the packet in class the reading and questions are posted below.
(Due Thursday: At this point you should have read all of Foner Chapter 25.
- To show your understanding you must define all the vocabulary( located at the end of the chapter)
- If one of the defining words is a law then you must state
- Who does the law protect?
- What is the law trying to achieve?
Pertaining to the Reconstruction and Civil Rights Document Based Question(Packet)
- Pre-Writing Activity( Circle with Connecting Circles) Shown below in a download!
- Write an Intro (Thesis and claims that you are going to make) (Refer to Jim Crow Blues Given in January)
- Historical Circumstances( Separate paragraph from Intro)
- Outline of Documents( Two Body Paragraph Outlines)
- Group similar Documents together
- Show/Explain your reasoning for the grouping and how you plan to use them.
- State Outside Information
To answer these questions you must complete:
- A pre-writing strategy like the ones in your lgt on page two.
- Complete an outline of a Shaffer (there is an outline below.)
Everything has to be handwritten !!
Due Thursday May 18, 2017 : Read Chapter 25 Section 2 of Foner and answer the following question:
What were the major crises and policy initiatives of the Kennedy presidency?
Due Friday May 19, 2017 : Read Chapter 25 Section 3 of Foner and answer the following question:
What were the purposes and strategies of Johnson’s Great Society programs?
Due Monday May 22, 2017 : Read Chapter 25 Section 4 & 5 of Foner and answer the following questions:
- How did the civil rights movement change in the mid-1960s?
-How did the Vietnam War transform American politics and culture?
Due Tuesday May 23, 2017 : Read Chapter 25 Section 6 of Foner and answer the following question:
What were the sources and significance of the rights revolution of the late 1960s?
Due Wednesday May 24, 2017 : Read Chapter 25 Section 7 of Foner and answer the following question:
In what ways was 1968 a climactic year for the Sixties?
For Homework you must:
Question to Answer: What were the major events in the civil rights movement of the early 1960's?
- Read Section 1 of Foner Chapter 25
Based on the question
- Complete a pre- writing strategy( like the ones in your lgt packet)
- Complete an out line of an SRF
- Should specify the topic sentence, evidence, explanation, analysis, concluding sentence)
- In Chapter 24 of Foner Read "Voices of Freedom"(The Colored Pages)
- Read Southern Manifesto & From Martin Luther King Jr A Speech from Alabama
- Answer the three questions at the end of the reading (IN SRF FORMAT)
In class you received a packet( "Separate is Not Equal")
For homework you must:
- Read the packet
- Answer the three questions on the last page in SRF format
The LGT Packet( "An Affluent Society, 1953-1960 ) will be collected on Wednesday May 17th,2017. The packet is expected to be completed by the beginning of class.
Read Foner Chapter 24: An Affluent Society
PRINT HW AND BRING TO CLASS
Monday - Read Section 1 and and answer the following questions in SRF format.
1)Explain the meaning of the "American Standard of Living" during the 1950's?
2)Describe how the automobile transformed American communities and culture in the 1950's.
3)Identify the prescribed roles and aspirations for women during the social conformity in the 1950's.
4)How did the growth of suburbs affect the racial lines of division in American society?
Tuesday: Read Section 2 and and answer the following questions in SRF format.
1) Explain the ideological rifts between conservatives in the 1950's. Why did so many view President Eisenhower as "not one of them"?
2) What was the "new social contract" between labor and management, and how did it benefit both sides as well as a nation as a whole?
3)How did the United States and the Soviet Union shift the focus of the Cold war to the Third world?
Wednesday: Read Section 3 and and answer the following questions in SRF format.
1)What were the most significant factors that contributed to the growing momentum of the civil rights movement in the 1960's.
2)How did many southern whites, led by their elected officials, resist desegregation and civil rights in the name of "freedom"?
3)explain the significance of American race relations for the U.S. relations overseas.
Due Thurs: Read Section 4 and and answer the following questions in SRF format.
1) What was the roles of consumerism in ideas of American freedom in the 1950's?
2)To what extent was the Cold War a struggle to promote freedom in the world, and how did it affect the freedoms of Americans at home?
3) What were the arguments posed by social critics of Cold war society and culture?
4) what basic freedoms did African Americans seek through the civil rights movements of this period?
5)According to president Eisenhower, what dangers were posed by military-industrial complex.
All Assignments have to put on TurnItIn. Class Code is on Jupiter Grades.