Mrs. Farley

Lesson Plans for the week of September 17, 2018
ACOS 6:2,3, 4
Learning Goal: Describe reform movements and changing social conditions during the Progressive Era in the United States. Identify cultural and economic developments in the United States from 1900 through the 1930s.

Objective:Students will learn that: 1. Theodore Roosevelt's progressive reforms tried to balance the interests of business, consumers, and laborers. 2. William Howard Taft angered Progressives with his cautious reforms, while Woodrow Wilson enacted far-reaching banking and antitrust reforms.

Monday: Today we will whole group read and discuss Chapter 6, Section 4 (Pages 186-189) "The Progressive Spirit of Reform"
Students will complete and turn in Section 4 Assessment Questions (#'s 1 and 2)

Tuesday: Continue lesson from Monday; Review Main Idea and KeyTerms/People. Students will be given a formative assessment on Chapter 6, Section 4.  Students will be given remaining class time to complete any missing vocabulary that has been previously assigned. 

**NEW CHAPTER**
We will begin Chapter 7 ("America as a World Power") that will continue for the next few weeks. 
Learning Goal: Identify causes and consequences of World War I and reasons for the United State' entry into the war.
* Examples: sinking of the Lusitania, Zimmerman Note, alliances, militarism, imperialism, nationalism. Identifying notable persons of the early 1900s; such as, Woodrow Wilson and Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

Objective: Students will learn that: 1. The United States ended its policy of isolationism. 2. Hawaii became a U.S. territory in 1898. 3. The United States sought trade with Japan and China.
 
Wednesday: Today we will Preview the Main ideas and review the Key Terms/People.  Whole group read and discuss Chapter 7, Section 1 "The United States Gains Overseas Territories" 
Exit Slip will be used as formative assessment at the end of class.

Thursday: Review lesson from Wednesday and locate U.S. Territories in the Pacific, 1856-1859, read and discuss the Biography of Liliuokalani (Hawaii's Queen)

Friday:  Objective: Students will learn that: 1. In 1898 the United States went to war with Spain in the Spanish American War. 2. The United States gained territories in the Caribbean and Pacific.  
Whole group reading and discussion of Chapter 7, Section 2
Students will complete a "5-4-3-2-1" 
 
**Complete any Vocabulary that has been assigned**

**Lesson Plans subject to change due to any unforeseen events**


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