OK4-3TS Teacher’s Guide / Issue 3 Third Quarter Scope and Sequence We provide this scope and sequence so you may look ahead and plan your social studies lesson plan for the entire school year. August Shipment October Shipment: Week 1: Prehistoric Oklahoma Week 8: Settling in Week 2: Oklahoma Geography Week 9: Oklahoma Territory Week 3: Regions of Oklahoma Week 10: White Man's Way Week 4: Weather and Climate in Week 11: The Sooners Oklahoma Week 12: Important Events—Rebuilding Week 5: Explorers Arrive in Oklahoma Week 13: Combining Cultures Week 6: Cultures Collide Week 14: Government Week 7: Trail of Tears January Shipment: March Shipment: Week 15: Territorial Disagreements Week 22: After the Wars Week 16: American Indian Week 23: The Importance of Oil to Constitution?— Oklahoma African American Freedmen Week 24: Varied Industries Week 17: The Turn of the Century— Week 25: Education 1900 Week 26: People Making History Week 18: Growth in Oklahoma Week 27: Interesting Events Week 19: The Great Depression Week 28: Oklahoma Pride Week 20: World War II in Oklahoma Week 21: The Effects of the Dust Bowl Third Quarter Objective Questions Week 15 Answers Objective: To help students understand how Indian 1. A nationwide highway system that begins in Territory was opened to white settlers. Chicago, Illinois, and ends in Santa Monica, 1. How much unassigned land was available to California. white settlers? 2. Cyrus Stevens Avery. He helped get the building of Route 66 started. 2. What had the government promised the tribes 3. The law stated that books containing Darwin’s the- when they moved into Indian Territory? Was that ory of evolution could not be purchased. promise kept? 4. The Blue Laws enforced moral decency. 3. What happened during the 1889 Land Run? Prohibition was the most common of these laws. 4. What was a Sooner? Answers Week 18 1. About 50 square miles Objective: To help students understand the establish- 2. The Indians were promised that the land would be ment of all-black towns and the five governors who theirs “as long as the grass grows and the water runs.” served during the 1920s. That promise was not kept. 1. Why was Boley significant among all-black 3. The government opened Indian Territory to settlers. towns? 4. The Sooners scouted out land sooner than they 2. Why was Governor Robertson called “the father were supposed to during the 1889 Land Run. of good roads?” 3. Which two governors were impeached? Why? Week 16 4. Which governor was responsible for getting a Objective: To help students understand the early 45 mile an hour speed limit passed? Answers years of Oklahoma statehood 1. Boley had its own telephone and electric companies 1. What was the Curtis Act? and two cotton gins. 2. Who was Oklahoma’s first governor? 2. About 1,300 miles of road were paved during his 3. Why were Oklahomans considered reformers? term. How was Oklahoma’s constitution different from 3. John C. Walton and Henry S. Johnston. Walton was other states? convicted of 11 different charges. (More details can 4. What was the attendance law? be found on page 2.) Johnston was impeached for Answers “general incompetence.” 1. A law that put an end to tribal government and 4. William J. Holloway made all the people subject to federal laws 2. Charles Haskell Week 19 3. They wanted to change some of the old ways of Objective: To help students understand the effects of thinking and governing. Oklahoma had a “reform the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. constitution.” It contained labor laws and a health and 1. What caused the Great Depression? sanitation code. Citizens could propose laws. 2. What did Governor Murray do for the state of 4. Children between the ages of eight and sixteen Oklahoma? were required to go to school. 3. What was the Dust Bowl? 4. Who were “Okies?” Answers Week 17 1. A weak economy. Farmers produced more than Objective: To help the students understand the they could sell so prices fell. Working people could changes that took place in Oklahoma at the turn of the not afford to buy durable goods. century 2. He created programs that restored public solvency. 1. What is Route 66? 3. A series of dust storms caused by a serious drought 2. Who was the godfather of Route 66? How did he in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, and Colorado. The receive this nickname? storms destroyed farmers’ crops, making it impossible 3. In 1923, a controversial law was passed in for them to make a living. Oklahoma. What did this law state? 4. Migrants from Oklahoma who moved to other 4. What were the Blue Laws? states looking for work Week 20 Week 21 Objective: To help students understand Oklahoma’s Objective: To help students understand how the Civil contributions to World War II Rights movement affected Oklahoma. 1. Who were the Navajo code talkers? 1. What were the Jim Crow Laws? 2. Which other two tribes also had code talkers? 2. What was the Civil Rights Act of 1964? 3. What was a “victory garden?” 3. What resulted from the American Indian 4. What is the Enola Gay? How did it get its Movement? name? 4. Do you think that women and minorities are Answers treated fairly today? 1. Marines who used the Navajo language to commu- Answers nicate secretly 1. Laws that segregated blacks from whites and 2. Choctaw and Comanche Indians 3. A garden planted by families during rationing. 2. A law that required major companies that did busi- Victory gardens allowed people to have some of the ness across state lines to hire people of all races and foods they could no longer buy because the food was sexes no longer available or they did not have enough 3. The U.S. Congress passed the Indian Civil Rights stamps to buy it. Act in 1968. 4. The airplane that dropped the atom bomb on 4. Answers will vary. Hiroshima, Japan, on August 6, 1945. It was named for the pilot’s mother. Third Quarter Crossword Answers Week 15 Week 16 Week 17 Week 18 Week 19 Week 20 Week 21 Black-Line Masters (Handouts or Overhead Transparencies) Name ____________________________________________ Date ____ Oklahoma Week 15 Quiz True/False 1. ___ Cowboys did not like the trains being built. 2. ___ The primary crop to the Shawnee Tribe was cotton. 3. ___ Only 50 people were lined up to claim land in Oklahoma during the 1889 Land Run. 4. ___ Building the railroad pushed the American Indians into a smaller area. Multiple Choice (Choose the correct answer from the choices given.) 5. ___ The Native Americans called the trains: a) Steam Monsters, b) Iron Monsters, c) Iron Giants, d) Iron Man 6. ___ The “Boomers”: a) built bombs, b) tried to move into Canada, c) kept trying to move into Indian Territory, d) were American Indians who tried to move to Mexico Fill in the Blank (Choose from: Warriors, Sooners, Cheetah, Shawnee, Bobcat, Boomers, War Chief, Cherokee) 7. The ___________________ of the Shawnee Tribe was chosen based on hunting skill, bravery, and life experience. 8. The fastest land animal is the _______________________. 9. The _______________________ scouted the land before the 1889 Land Run and were able to get better land. 10. Some of the Shawnee and the ______________________ mingled together and moved to different parts of Oklahoma. Name __________________________________ Date ________________ Oklahoma Week 16 Quiz True/False 1. ___ Oklahoma officially became the 40th state on November 16, 1907. 2. ___ People of Oklahoma were considered reformers because they wanted to create a new way of thinking. 3. ___ Navajo children began their life on a cradle board. Multiple Choice (Choose the correct answer from the choices given.) 4. ___ In 1907: a) you had to go to school if you were between the ages of 8 and 16, b) skunks were kept as pets, c) Congress passed the Dawes Allotment Act, d) the first school was built in Oklahoma 5. ___ Charles Haskell: a) was a teacher at the age of 17, b) became the first governor of Oklahoma, c) was born in Ohio, d) all of the above 6. ___ Striped skunks: a) have poor vision but a good sense of smell, b) have the right to vote, c) are a favorite pet to people in Oklahoma, d) can grow up to 12 feet long! Choose the Plan (Match the name of the plan to what it was written for.) 7. ___ Put an end to tribal government and made everyone subject to federal law 8. ___ Written to negotiate with the tribal leaders and change the way the land was divided 9. ___ Leaders met and came up with a plan to create their own state. 10. ___ Allowed the people of the Oklahoma territory and the Indian Territory to meet and write a state consti- tution A: Dawes Allotment Act B: Curtis Act C: Sequoyah Statehood Movement D: Oklahoma Enabling Act Name __________________________________ Date __________ Oklahoma Week 17 Quiz True/False 1. ___ Cyrus Stevens Avery worked hard to get Route 66. 2. ___ The Blue Laws meant you could not wear blue shirts to work. 3. ___ The actual building is called the capitol, and the city is called the capital. Multiple Choice (Choose the correct answer from the choices given.) 4. ___ The Route 66 project: a) was completed in 1937, b) was funded by federal funds, c) started with 800 miles already completed, d) all of the above 5. ___ The Central Oklahoma Region: a) is the smallest region in the state, b) is probably the most populated region in Oklahoma, c) has about 1 million people in it, d) none of the above 6. ___ Charles Darwin came up with: a) Prohibition, b) the theory of evolution, c) the Blue Laws, d) the Route 66 project Fill in the Blank (Choose from: Santa Monica, New York, truth, Chicago, bootlegging, quarters, books, softballs) 7. One part of being honest means to always tell the _______________. 8. Route 66 originates in ___________________ and ends in _____________________. 9. If you wanted to be able to see as well as an owl, your eyes would have to be the size of _____________________. 10. By law, schools were not allowed to purchase _______________ that contained Darwin's theory of evolu- tion. Name _________________________________ Date ________________ Oklahoma Week 18 Quiz True/False 1. ___ Many all-Black towns were established after the Civil War. 2. ___ Chocolate actually grows on trees. 3. ___ Many state officials went to prison because they tried to pass a law that wouldn't allow blacks to vote. 4. ___ The name of the Catawba Tribe comes from a word that means “ brave people.” 5. ___ A mule deer is named for its long tail. Matching (Match the famous person mentioned in this issue with information about him.) 6. ___ This man was called “the father of good roads.” He introduced water and milk testing for typhoid fever. 7. ___ This man established a state crippled children's hospital. He was impeached in 1928. 8. ___ This man was called “ hero of the common people.” He joined the Ku Klux Klan while in office. 9. ___ This man passed the 45 mile an hour speed limit. He also made improvements to child-labor laws. 10. ___ This man reduced the state budget and instituted a state crime bureau. A: James Robertson B: Jack Walton C: Martin Trapp D: Henry Johnston E: William Holloway Name __________________________________ Date __________ Oklahoma Week 19 Quiz True/False 1. ___ American Indians used the Indian paintbrush to make paint colors. 2. ___ One reason why the Great Depression started was that farmers grew more produce than they could sell. 3. ___ The word “Miami” for the Miami Tribe comes from a word that means “people of the trees.” 4. ___ The Victory Garden was planted after WWII. Multiple Choice (Choose the best answer from the choices given.) 5. ___ During the dust bowl, many people moved to look for work, and they were nicknamed: a) “Movers,” b) “Okies,” c) “Searchers,” d) “Workies” 6. ___ Historians believe that the American Indians used: a) short grass for medicine, b) short grass to make clothing, c) Indian paintbrush for decorations, d) Indian paintbrush for medicine Fill in the Blank (Choose from: conserve, 1923, 1918, use, Hay, Indian paintbrush, Alfalfa, National) 7. Oklahomans had to learn to __________________ water and soil. 8. Governor Murray cracked down on taxpayers and wasn't afraid to use the ______________________ Guard. 9. Governor Murray's nickname was ________________ Bill. 10. In _______________, the United States Supreme Court decided that the Oklahoma/Texas border was the south cut-bank where the vegetation stopped. Name ______________________________ Date ________________ Oklahoma Week 20 Quiz True/False 1. ___ Navajo Code Talkers were Japanese soldiers who could speak Navajo. 2. ___ The Enola Gay is the airplane that dropped the atom bomb on Hiroshima. 3. ___ The Navajo culture was the only culture that did code talking during WWII. 4. ___ During the war, people had to ration food, gas, and oil. Know Your Navajo (Match the Navajo word to its translation.) 5. ___ Deba-De-Nih A. July 6. ___ Toh-Ta B. Russia 7. ___ Be-Ne-Ta-Tsosie C. April 8. ___ Ke-Yah-Da-Na-Lhe D. Britain 9. ___ Sila-Gol-Chi-Ih E. Philippines 10. ___ Tah-Tso F. Spain Name _____________________________ Date ______________________ Oklahoma Week 21 Quiz True/False 1. ___ Fewer than 100 years ago, men were considered inferior to women. 2. ___ The Jim Crow Laws eliminated racism and discrimination. 3. ___ In 1968, American Indians were given the same rights as other U.S. citizens. 4. ___ We get goose bumps when we get warm. Multiple Choice (Choose the correct answer from the choices given.) 5. ___ Affirmative Action: a) allowed men to get paid more, b) helped put more women and minorities in the workplace, c) means you have to say “yes” to your boss, d) is a law that keeps black Americans out of white schools 6. ___ Good judgment: a) allows women to vote, b) will help you make decisions that are good for yourself and others, c) is why squirrels like saltine crackers, d) stopped discrimination Fill in the Blank (Choose from: separate, Abigail, Jim, snow, wildlife, squirrels, foxes, equal) 7. _______________ Adams wrote to John Adams and asked him to “remember the ladies.” 8. The American Indians were happy with the ____________________ in the Southeast Region of Oklahoma. 9. The Jim Crow Laws provided for separate but _________________ schools. 10. Sometimes, _________________ are daring enough to come up and take food from your hand. Third Quarter Quiz Answers Week 15 Week 18 Week 21 1. F 1. T 1. F 2. F 2. T 2. F 3. F 3. T 3. T 4. T 4. F 4. F 5. B 5. F 5. B 6. C 6. A 6. B 7. War Chief 7. D 7. Abigail 8. Cheetah 8. B 8. Wildlife 9. Sooners 9. E 9. Equal 10. Cherokee 10. C 10. Squirrels Week 16 Week 19 1. F 1. F 2. T 2. T 3. T 3. F 4. A 4. F 5. D 5. B 6. A 6. D 7. B 7. Conserve 8. A 8. National 9. C 9. Alfalfa 10. D 10. 1923 Week 17 Week 20 1. T 1. F 2. F 2. T 3. T 3. F 4. D 4. T 5. B 5. F 6. B 6. D 7. Truth 7. A 8. Chicago; Santa Monica 8. E 9. Softballs 9. B 10. Books 10. C Name VENN DIAGRAM A Venn diagram is used to show how two people, events, or time periods are different and alike. 1. List the two people or events at the top of the ovals. 2. Write important details about how the two people or events are alike in the center. 3. Write the main details that are different in the remainder of the circles under the correct titles. Both Name CAUSE AND EFFECT History is all about cause and effect. When you have com- pleted the reading, choose an event from the article. In the se center of the sun, write about the cause of an event (why it a u happened). In the melted snowman, write about the effect (what happened). C Ef f ct e Name TIMELINE Name FACT FINDING When you have completed reading, write the topic in the center circle. Next, in each of the smaller circles, write one fact you learned from the reading.