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									                                                                                                                                    Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                            History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                      Page 1


  Topic/Unit                      Standard                                  Skills/Strategies                    Resources            Sample Activities                   Assessment
  Time Spent                                                                  (Objectives)
Westward        USII.4 - Analyze the causes of the         Students will be able to:                     Homestead Act            Create Poems relating to          Quiz
Expansion       continuing westward expansion of           Analyze the effect of the national market     Documents                Dawes Act and Indian removal
(1 week)        the American people after the Civil        economy
                War and the impact of this migration                                                     Handout: A Century       Detail a map outlining westward
                on the Indians.                            Describe how the R.R.'s affected the          of Dishonor/Helen        expansion
                                                           West                                          Hunt


                                                           Identify changes in government policy         Film: The Iron Road                                        Analyze Homestead
                                                           toward Native Americans                                                                                  Act


                                                           Describe what life was like on the frontier   Film: Dances with                                          Exam
                                                                                                         Wolves
                                                           Use a map to identify demographic                                                                        Evaluate Turner's
                                                           changes, cattle trails, mining sites and                                                                 Frontier Thesis
                                                           Indian battles


                                                           Understand the significance of Turner's
                                                           Analyze the Reagan administration


Industrialization USII.1 - Explain the various causes of   Understand the impact of revolutions in       Film: A&E the            Create Advertisement for
(1 week)        the Industrial Revolution.                 transportation and communications             Rockefellers             Sears Catalog


                USII.2 - Explain the important conse-      Explain the significance of inventions and    Excerpts from the Prize/ Chart: Horizontal and Vertical    Open Response
                quences of the Industrial Revolution.      mass production                               Oil on the Brain         Integration                       Questions


                USII.5 - Explain the formation and         Identify ways business leaders consolidated   Robber Barons article                                      M/C Quiz
                goals of unions as well as the rise        power into monopolies: Horizontal and
                of radical political parties during the    Vertical integration                          Sears Catalog/
                Industrial era.                                                                          Primary Source
                                                           Describe how the rise of industry affected                                                               Exam
                                                           workers/labor unions                          Field trip to Lowell
                                                                                                         Mills


    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                                  November 2003
                                                                                                                                         Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                             History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                           Page 2


   Topic/Unit                      Standard                                Skills/Strategies                          Resources           Sample Activities                      Assessment
   Time Spent                                                                (Objectives)
Immigration and    USII.3 - Describe the causes of the      Students will be able to:                        Film: James Michael       American Dream Project             Quiz
Machine Politics   immigration of Southern and              Understand the push-pull theory of               Curley/The Last
(1 week)           Eastern Europeans, Chinese, Koreans,     immigration                                      Hurrah                    Timeline on Immigration            Exam/Essay on
                   and Japanese to America in the late                                                       Film: Far and Away                                           Immigration
                   19th and early 20th centuries, and       Identify reactions to immigration restrictions   Documents: National       Demographic Study/Groton &
                   describe the major roles of these                                                         Origins act/1924          Dunstable
                   immigrants in the industrialization      Evaluate "The American Dream" and its            Journals on Immigration
                   of America.                              implications
                                                                                                             Handout: Honest vs.
                                                            Understand the development and impact            Dishonest, Graft
                                                            of political machines



Urbanization       USII.2 - Explain the important conse-    Understand ways immigration and techno-          Primary Sources:          Chart: DuBois and Washington       DBQ - Document
(1 week)           quences of the Industrial Revolution.    logy changed US cities                           The Jungle                                                   Based Question -
                                                                                                             Jacob Riis                Posters: Politics, urbanization,   Dubois vs.
                                                            Identify problems and advantages of city         Shame of the Cities       and reform                         Washington
                                                            life
                                                                                                             Atlanta Compromise
                   USII.1 - Explain the various causes of   Analyze the Reagan administration                                          Nativist Newspaper Project         Exam/M.C.
                   the Industrial Revolution.               centers                                          Jane Addams/Hull
                                                                                                             House                                                        Project:
                                                            Compare and contrast the viewpoints of                                                                        Research Urban
                                                            DuBois and Washington on African                                                                              Demographics
                                                            American education




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                                  November 2003
                                                                                                                                        Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                                   History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                            Page 3


    Topic/Unit                         Standard                                   Skills/Strategies                     Resources          Sample Activities                   Assessment
    Time Spent                                                                       (Objectives)
National Politics   USII.5 - Explain the formation and goals of   Students will be able to:                     Omaha Platform:                                           Poster: Issues of
of the Gilded Age   unions as well as the rise of radical         Identify significant political and economic   Populist Party Agenda                                     Gilded Age
(1 week)            political parties during the Industrial       issues during the post-reconstruction era                                                               e.g.: Inflation/Money
                    era.                                                                                                                Read Speech/Elections of          issues
                                                                  Understand the need for reform of the         Cross of Gold/          Gilded Age                        Populist Party
                                                                  spoils system                                 Speech/W.J. Bryan
                                                                                                                                                                          Exam
                    USII.9 - Analyze the post-Civil War           Evaluate the rise of populism and the         Film: The Wizard
                    struggles of African Americans and            weakness of farmers vs. bankers and           of OZ
                    women to gain basic civil rights.             big business
                                                                                                                Documents: Granger
                                                                  Understand the arguments for and against      Alliances
                                                                  the Gold Standard - Inflation/Deflation



Imperialism         USII.6 - Analyze the causes and course of     Explain how the U.S. became involved          Film: The Boxer         Yellow Press
1870 - 1914         America's growing role in world affairs       in world affairs                              Rebellion
( 1 week)           from the Civil War to World War I.                                                          Document:               Newspaper Project                 Project:
                                                                  Understand the role of the US. In the         The influence of Sea                                      Create Yellow Press
                                                                  Spanish/American War                          Document: Power Upon Debate: Imperialism                  Newspaper
                                                                                                                History/Mahan
                                                                  Identify the social, economic and                                     Host Populists vs. Imperialists
                                                                  political factors that fueled expansionism    Film: Panama Canal      and anti-Imperialists


                                                                                                                Primary Documents:
                                                                                                                McKinley War
                                                                                                                Message, Platt/Teller
                                                                                                                Amendments
                                                                                                                DeLome Letter




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                                  November 2003
                                                                                                                             Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                         History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                 Page 4


   Topic/Unit                       Standard                          Skills/Strategies                   Resources             Sample Activities                 Assessment
  Time Spent                                                              (Objectives)
Progressive Era   USII.8 - Analyze the origins of      Students will be able to:                    Primary Resources:       Role Play - Election of 1912
Reform            Progressivism and important          Analyze early forms in business and          Election of 1912 Chart                                     Create: Headlines
(1 week)          Progressive leaders, and summarize   government                                                            Headline Activity - Newspapers/   for reform
                  the major accomplishments of                                                      The Jungle - Upton       Reform                            movement
                  Progressivism.                       Identify the goals of the Progressives       Sinclair
                                                                                                                             Graphic Organizer: Impact of      Open Response:
                                                       Examine the influence of the "muckrackers"   Shame of the Cities      the Progressives                  Impact of progres-
                                                       on change in government, business and        Lincoln Steffers                                           sive movement
                                                       society
                                                                                                    The Hull House           Debate: Progressive Era
                                                       Compare reforms passed under Roosevelt,      Charter, Jane Adams
                                                       Taft, and Wilson
                                                                                                    Speech - Woodrow
                                                       Analyze the women's suffrage movement        Wilson


                                                                                                    19th Amendment
                                                                                                    Suffrage




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                       November 2003
                                                                                                                                 Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                            History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                   Page 5


  Topic/Unit                      Standard                                Skills/Strategies                      Resources        Sample Activities                Assessment
 Time Spent                                                                 (Objectives)
World War I    USII.6 - Analyze the causes and course     Students will be able to:                       Film: A/E W.W. I,    Map Exercise: Western Front
(1 Week)       of America's growing role in world         Determine the causes of World War I                                  War in Europe
               affairs from the Civil War to World                                                        Primary Document:
               War I.                                     Rank the causes of U.S. involvement             Journals in the      Timeline of Events
                                                          in W.W.I                                        Treaches
                                                                                                                                                             Role Play: Versailles
                                                          Discuss how the war changed lives on            Versailles Treaty                                  Treaty
                                                          the homefront
                                                                                                          Alien and Sedition                                 Graphic Organizer:
               USII.7 - Explain the course and signifi-   Analyze and critique the Treaty of Versailles   Acts                                               War on the Homefront
               cance of President Wilson's wartime
               diplomacy, including his Fourteen                                                          Court Cases:         Analyze African American      Graphic Organizer:
               Points, the League of Nations, and the                                                     Schenck vs. US       art during Black exodus       War on the Home front
               failure of the Versailles treaty.                                                          Abrahms vs. US
                                                                                                                                                             Exam: M/C with Essay
                                                                                                          Zimmermen Telegram




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                            November 2003
                                                                                                                                      Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                                History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                          Page 6


   Topic/Unit                        Standard                                Skills/Strategies                       Resources           Sample Activities                Assessment
  Time Spent                                                                    (Objectives)
1920's Prohibition USII.10 - Describe how the battle between   Students will be able to:                     Documents:               Stock Market Exercise          Chart
Shared Culture   traditionalism and modernity manifested       Critique the US economy of post W.W. I        Surgeon General                                         Manners & Moral
Red Scare        itself in the major historical trends and                                                   Report/Smoking           Shared Culture - Graphic       of 1920's vs. 1990's
Stock Market     events after World War I and throughout       Examine the impact of the automobile,                                  Organizer
(1 week)         the 1920s.                                    suburbs, architecture, and cultural move-     Volstead Act                                            Shared Culture:
                                                               ments on urban life in America                                         Field Trip: Newport Mansions   Advertisement as
                                                                                                             Novel: Great Gatsby                                     historical artifact
                 USII.9 - Analyze the post-Civil War           Identify major social issues of the 1920's;
                 struggles of African Americans and            The Klan                                      Primary Document:                                       Exam: M/C with
                 women to gain basic civil rights.             Prohibition                                   Henry Ford                                              Essay
                                                               Immigration restriction                       and Mass Production


                                                                                                             Film: Scopes Monkey
                                                                                                             Trial
                                                                                                             Film: Inherit the Wind




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                                November 2003
                                                                                                                                  Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                               History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                      Page 7


    Topic/Unit                         Standard                              Skills/Strategies                      Resources        Sample Activities              Assessment
    Time Spent                                                                 (Objectives)
Depression and     USII.11 - Describe the various causes and   Students will be able to:                   Primary Documents:     Depression Interview        Radio Script: 1932
Stock Market Crash consequences of the global depression       Contrast the causes of the Great            1. WPA Authorization                               Election
and New Deal       of the 1930s, and analyze how Americans     Depression                                  2. Smoot Hawley        Graphic Organizer: Social
(1 week)           responded to the Great Depression.                                                      Tariff                 Effects of the Depression   Open Response: Essay
                                                               Analyze the impact of the Depression on     3. Social Security                                 on Causes & Effects of
                                                               the lives of Americans and American         Act of 1935            Chart: New Deal             The Depression
                                                               Culture                                     4. Wagner Act          Depression
                                                                                                                                  Agencies and Programs
                                                               Compare and Contrast the first and second
                   USII.12 - Analyze the important policies,   New Deal Program                            Novel: Grapes of                                   M/C Exam
                   institutions, and personalities of                                                      Wrath
                   the New Deal era.                           Defend the significance and ideas of
                                                               FDR and the New Deal
                   USII.13 - Explain how the Great
                   Depression and the New Deal affected
                   American society.




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                         November 2003
                                                                                                                                    Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                             History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                      Page 8


  Topic/Unit                      Standard                                Skills/Strategies                    Resources             Sample Activities                  Assessment
 Time Spent                                                                  (Objectives)
World War II   USII.14 - Explain the strength of American   Students will be able to:                    Film: Schindler's List   Oral History Interviews       Map Assessment:
(1 week)       isolationism after World War I and                                                                                                               Military Strategies
               analyze its impact on U.S. foreign policy.   Discuss the rise of dictatorship in Europe   Film: Hitler's Biog.     Timeline/W.W. II
                                                                                                         Fatal Vision                                           Atomic Bomb:
               USII.15 - Analyze how German aggression      Determine why the US got involved in                                  Schindler's Worksheets        Decision Making Chart
               in Europe and Japanese aggression in         W.W. II                                      Primary Document:
               Asia contributed to the start of World                                                    Mein Kempf               Compile oral history of the   Letters to Home:
               War II and summarize the major battles       Examine how W.W. II influenced the home-     Neutrality Acts          war through interviews        Conditions of the Battle
               and events of the war.                       front                                        Land Lease Act                                         Front


               USII.16 - Explain the reasons for the        Analyze the Allied Plan for winning the      Film: Hiroshima                                        Truman Controversy
               dropping of atom bombs on Japan and          war                                                                                                 project
               their short and long-term effects.
                                                            Evaluate Truman's decision to use Nuclear
                                                            Weapons
               USII.17 - Explain important domestic
               events that took place during the war.




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                              November 2003
                                                                                                                                  Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                                History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                    Page 9


 Topic/Unit                       Standard                                    Skills/Strategies                 Resources          Sample Activities                Assessment
 Time Spent                                                                     (Objectives)
Cold War      USII.18 - Analyze the factors that contributed   Students will be able to:                   Primary Documents:   Timeline:                    Create booklet that
1945 - 1960   to the Cold War and describe the policy          Analyze scientific and technological        1.Truman Doctrine    Events in the U.S. and the   describes changes in
              of containment as America's response to          development in America after WWII                                international community of   American lifestyle during
              Soviet expansionist policies.                                                                2. NSC-68/Document the Cold War.                  the 1950's
                                                               Examine the socio-economic factors of
              USII.19 - Analyze the sources and, with a        post WWII America                           3. Kennan's          Map/Nato and Warsaw pact     Chart Political and
              map of the world, locate the areas of                                                        Long Telegram        countries                    ideological cause of the
              Cold War conflict between the U.S. and the       Understand U.S. foreign policy from                                                           Cold War
              Soviet Union.                                    Truman to Kennedy                           McCarthy Tapes
                                                                                                                                                             Evaluate Presidencies of
              USII.22 - Analyze the causes and conse-          Summarize the factors that contributed to                                                     Truman/Eisenhower
              quences of important domestic Cold War           the Cold War
              trends.
                                                               Compare and contrast the spread of
              USII.23 - Analyze the following domestic         Communism in Asia
              policies of Presidents Truman and
              Eisenhower.


              USII.24 - Analyze the roots of domestic anti-
              communism as well as the origins and
              consequences of McCarthyism.




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                          November 2003
                                                                                                                                        Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                               History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                          Page 10

   Topic/Unit                        Standard                                Skills/Strategies                       Resources            Sample Activities                  Assessment
  Time Spent                                                                   (Objectives)
Vietnam & Civil   USII.19 - Analyze the sources and, with     Students will be able to :                         Film: Forrest Gump 60's Multimedia Project          Core Assignment
Rights - 1960's   a map of the world, locate the areas        Explain the importance of the integration                                                              60's Project:
(1 week)          of Cold War conflict between the U.S.       of the armed forces.                               Posters: Kennedy     Speech - Civil Rights          - paper
                  and the Soviet Union.                                                                          vs. Nixon                                           - poster
                                                              Discuss the impact of Brown vs. Board                                   Use a timeline to identify     - multi-media
                  USII.20 - Explain the causes, course, and   of Education                                       Voices from the      events in the struggle for      presentation
                  consequences of the Vietnam War and                                                            Past: Rosa Parks     civil rights
                  summarize the diplomatic and military       Identify events that led to Civil Rights of 1964
                  policies of Presidents Eisenhower,                                                             "I Have a Dream" -   Map ex: Identify countries     T.V. News Report:
                  Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon.                Compare and contrast views of Malcolm X            speech, MLK          that might fall to communism   Describe Civil Rights
                                                              and Martin Luther King                                                  via Domino Theory              event
                  USII.25 - Analyze the origins, goals, and
                  key events of the Civil Rights movement.    Understand how the U.S. got involved in
                                                              Vietnam
                  USII.26 - Describe the accomplishments of
                  the Civil Rights movement.                  Analyze Anti-War Protests


                  USII.27 - Analyze the causes and course
                  of the women's rights movement in the
                  1960s and 1970s.


                  USII.28 - Analyze the important
                  domestic policies and events that
                  took place during the presidencies of
                  Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, and
                  Nixon.




    US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                                       November 2003
                                                                                                                                Length of Course: 1 Semester (18 Weeks)
                                                             History and Social Science

Course/Grade Level: U.S. History, Honors, L4                                                                                  Page 11

   Topic/Unit                     Standard                                Skills/Strategies                    Resources         Sample Activities              Assessment
  Time Spent                                                                (Objectives)
New World       USII.19 - Analyze the sources and, with     Describe Nixon's foreign policy               Film: All the
Order           a map of the world, locate the areas        achievements                                  President's Men
(1 week)        of Cold War conflict between the U.S.
                and the Soviet Union.                                                                     Chart success/      Graphic Organizer           Exam/M/C
                                                                                                          failures of Nixon   on presidents (3)
                USII.20 - Explain the causes, course, and   Summarize diplomatic and military policies    A/E: Nixon film                                 Debate: foreign policy
                consequences of the Vietnam War and         of Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson.
                summarize the diplomatic and military
                policies of Presidents Eisenhower,
                Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon.




Conservatism    USII.21 - Analyze how the failure of        Identify events that led to end of Cold War   Hostage Crisis      Spreadsheet on population   Core Assignment:
of the 80's     communist economic policies as well                                                       Documentary
(1 week)        as U.S.-sponsored resistance to Soviet      Analyze the growth of social activism of                          Determine P.O.V. data       Final research paper due
                military and diplomatic initiatives         the 80's                                      Film: Commanding    Reagan quote
                contributed to ending the Cold War.                                                       Heights                                         Final Exam
                                                                                                                                                          M/C and Essay
                USII.29 - Analyze the presidency of         Explain Reagan's economic recovery plan
                Ronald Reagan.




     US History, Honors, L4                                                                                                                                            November 2003

								
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