Consequences of Reconstruction and Industrialization 1870-1919

Class and Race in America

NAACP Office NYC 1930s

APUSH 2009

Text 20-23

Booker T. Washington vs Dubois

 

 

 

 

Ida B. Wells Barnett

Ida B. Wells: Anti-Lynching Crusade

 

W.E.B. Dubois

The Paris Exposition of 1900 and W.E.B. Du Bois

1900 Paris Exhibit

 
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  1. Schema: What divides a people? [class, race, and the American promise]
  2. Reconstruction Power Point
  3. Plessy v. Ferguson Case analysis (finish for HW)

For Monday:

 

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  Reconstruction PP

 

HW: Docs and Qs

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6

Writing Workshop

Guide to Grammar and Writing

 

HW:

Post Reconstruction Thesis Statements (in class and HW question below) to the Wiki and revise.

Reconstruction DBQ  - bring outline, docs and responses to class

Review Civil War, Reconstruction and  Jim Crow /Jim Crow Image Collection

 

Unit V: Consequences of Industrialization 1870-1919

Text Chapters 23-25

Zinn The Other Civil War

Consequences of Industrialization 1877-1917

Chronology of the Gilded Age

How the Other Half Lives

On the Lower East Side

Interactive map - world events 1900

Harpers Weekly

Power Points 28-33 at Historyteacher.net

 

Class Matters NYT

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          MCQ/DBQ

To Know List

HW:

For Thursday

 Zinn The Other Civil War (both): What is Zinn's Thesis? How does he support? Choose 3 docs from Voices that support Zinn's Position. Compare this with text Chapter 23 - similarities/differences?  

How the Other Half Lives

  • Read the intro: What is the author's purpose?
  • Describe the tenement - how people live and work.
  • Closely read either Jew Town or China Town and respond to the following questions:

What would Riis consider to be the qualities and characteristics of a “real” American or “good” American?
Would his description of the Jewish or  Chinese community have helped Americans to understand the ethnic groups  or encouraged them to be more accepting of these immigrants?

Text 24-26 due 2-20

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EQ: Is the Other Civil War over?

Schema: Class Matters: A Timeline of Class

  1. Zinn Discussion: The Other Civil War
  2. How are literature and the press utilized to promote change in society?
  1.  Muckrakers

What is a Muckraker? How did/do they affect change in society? Identify 2 historical and 2 current muckrakers and discuss the social ills they exposed

HW: Write a 1-2 column  muckraker editorial discussing the Consequences of Industry using the articles below as your focus/support:

Jane Addams "Child Labor and Other Dangers of Childhood"

Where Should Children Play?

Child Labor in America (Photographs)

2. Attack on the Meat Packers: Upton Sinclair's The Jungle qs 1-7

3. Public Life in Industrial America  (Packet provided in Class0

 

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Text through 26

Study Guide for Gilded age Test

Women's Rights 1848-1920

Historical Footage of Suffrage Movement

 

End Women's Suffrage Petition 2007  (You tube) Funny -- scary -- but funny!

 

16 No School 17 No School

 

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EQ 1: What is Progress?

  1. Public Life in Industrial America 
  • Class Discussion: What were the consequences of industry? Have they been resolved?

EQ 2: How did the arguments used by modern suffrage movement reflect the spirit of progressivism?   

  1. Women's Suffrage in Political Cartoons

Suffrage Slide Show

 

Why were some women ambivalent about women's suffrage?

Did the acceptance of women's suffrage in the twentieth century represent a fundamental shift in Americans' views of women and their role in society? 

Women's Suffrage in Political Cartoons

Suffrage Slide Show

Suffrage Time Line: How did the movement reflect the political, social, and intellectual climate of each  time period?  Identify key shifts within the movement. Determine how the movement reflected the political, social, and intellectual climate of the time period

 

HW:

1. View Big Business Power Point Courtesy of  Mr. Morrow's AP class

2. Progressivism Film: Know the historians positions and evidence used to support. If the link does not open go to http://www.learner.organd scroll down to the the film A Vital Progressivism
 

3. Zinn Voices 11 Due Tuesday:

Use evidence from the chapter to support or refute the following statement:

"This is a nation of inconsistencies"  Mary Elizabeth Lease 1890

HW: through chp26  Due Friday

End Women's Suffrage Petition 2007  (You tube) Funny -- scary -- but funny!

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EQ: Why was capitalism under attack at the turn of the century?

Politics and Political Reform: What were the principle grievances of the farmers? To what extent were reformers able to address these problems?

Schema Analyze and discuss: Why was capitalism under attack at the turn of the century?

 

HW:

Over the Rainbow

THE WIZARD OF OZ Populism and the 1896 Election

What do the characters represent?

HW: 26-29 Reading qs  26 due Due Thursday

Chap 27 power point

Chp. 28 power point

Chp. 29 power point

 
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Discuss

Over the Rainbow

THE WIZARD OF OZ Populism and the 1896 Election

Why Progressivism and not Populism?

Which America will dominate the new century? Capital or labor?

26-29 Reading qs

26 due Due Thursday

27-29 Due Monday

 

25 26

 

THE WIZARD OF OZ Populism and the 1896 Election

 

HW: Study for MCQ: 24-26: 80 qs

Take Home DBQ: Progressive Era

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The Triangle Fire, March 25, 1911

ALT

History of the Needlecraft Industry (1938), by Ernest Fiene, A mural commissioned by the International Ladies Garment Workers Union (ILGW).

APUSH February: Forging an Industrial Society

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
 

 Black History Month

 

Text 20-23

Booker T. Washington

 

 

 

 

Ida B. Wells Barnett

W.E.B. Dubois

 

 

1900 Paris Exhibit

 

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Jim Crow

HW: Racial Etiquette: The Racial Customs and Rules of Racial Behavior in Jim Crow America
 

Read the bios on Booker T. Washington Ida B. Wells Barnett and W.E.B. Dubois.

Note: similarities/differences

objectives/tactics used

response from the black and White communities

Read: The Paris Exposition of 1900 and W.E.B. Du Bois and Visit the Paris Exposition Universelle Collection

  • What was Du Bois' purpose and how did he go about achieving that purpose? Was he successful? Why/Why not?

 

 

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Without Sanctuary

"History exists where memory once was, but these pictures conjure something too much like a memory, something secreted away that refuses keep still or become history."

"They are about our history, who we are. We claim [as Americans] that we always held ourselves to a higher standard. These were not in my history books when I was a kid. They raise questions about what we teach about our own history."

HW:

 1 page response to Without Sanctuary.

Watch/Read the following:

Emmitt Till 1955 (you tube)

Eyewitness to Jim Crow:
Joseph Holloway Remembers 1961

James Byrd (1998)

Your thoughts?

 

 

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How can the United States governments -both local, state and federal - rectify the pogrom against  American citizens?

HW:

Review all notes/terms for Reconstruction - take practice quizzes

 

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MCQ/FRQ: Civil War-Reconstruction

 

HW: Begin Zinn The Other Civil War; text 23-25

 

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Which America will dominate the new century? Capital or labor?

View Capital and Labor

HW: US History Note Cards701-950: study and ID PERSIA. Due Monday

Wednesday  Discussion Leaders:

Liza/Colin: Business Tycoons

Graham/Rachel: Unions

Emily/Adam: Immigrants

Kathleen/Hillary:

Child labor

Michal/Helen:

Progressive Reform

Unit V: Consequences of Industrialization 1870-1919

Text Chapters 23-25

Zinn The Other Civil War

 

Consequences of Industrialization 1877-1917

Chronology of the Gilded Age

How the Other Half Lives

On the Lower East Side

Interactive map - world events 1900

Harpers Weekly

Power Points 28-33 at Historyteacher.net

 

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"One half of the world does not know how the other half lives."

Intro Industry Power Point

HW: How the Other Half Lives

  • Read the intro: What is the author's purpose?
  • Describe the tenement - how people live and work.
  • compare this to the lives of those featured in the film "American Castles."

 

Jane Addams "Child Labor and Other Dangers of Childhood"

Where Should Children Play?

Child Labor in America (Photographs)

HW: Begin reading McCormick Public Life in Industrial America Due Friday

 

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"One half of the world does not know how the other half lives."

View American Castles: The "Good Life" vs. the "Huddled Masses." compare this to the lives of those featured in How the Other Half Lives

HW:

Big Business PowerPoint To Know List

 

 

  • Through Women's Eyes: An American History through Documents:

The Woman Who Toils

Due Friday

 

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View American Castles: The "Good Life" vs. the "Huddled Masses."

Historical Figures/Terms

 

HW:Through Women's Eyes: An American History through Documents:

Visual Sources

 

Due Friday

 

 

 

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Through Women's Eyes: An American History through Documents

Women's Rights 1848-1920

  • What is civil disobedience and how is it applied during the women's suffrage movement in the late 1800s?
  • Discuss: Suffrage - When, Where, and
    Obstacles to Overcome
  • Identify the leaders, goals and opposition

 

HW:

Women's Suffrage in Political Cartoons

Suffrage Slide Show

Suffrage Time Line: How did the movement reflect the political, social, and intellectual climate of each  time period?  Identify key shifts within the movement. Determine how the movement reflected the political, social, and intellectual climate of the time period

 

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Class Discuss "One half of the world does not know how the other half lives."

  • Business Tycoons
  • Unions
  • Immigrants
  • Child Labor
  • Progressive Reform
  • Women

 

Study Guide for Gilded age Test

Women's Rights 1848-1920

Women's Suffrage in Political Cartoons

Suffrage Slide Show

Text: 656-664 (Chp 28)

 

Chap 27 power point

Chp. 28 power point

Chp. 29 power point

 

 

 

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No School

19

No School

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DBQ Prep : Progressive Era


HW: Begin chp26  Due Friday

 

 

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DBQ: Progressive Era

 

 

 HW:

Chp 26

Populism PP

Over the Rainbow

 

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Discuss Populism

THE WIZARD OF OZ Populism and the 1896 Election

What do the characters represent?

 

HW: 26-29 Reading qs Due Monday

Zinn Chapter 11

Chapter 30 Power Point 25

 I have the Flu =(

In Class:

The Closing of the West

Excerpt from Frederick Jackson Turner's essay "The Significance of the Frontier in American History." Read and answer the "to consider" questions.

 

HW: Study Guide

Plan on the MCQ with or without me.

26  MCQ 23-26

HW:

Social Darwinism

Imperialism, Evolution and Social Darwinism

Text 27-29 Due Thursday

27 Imperialism, Evolution and Social Darwinism

 

28The Progressive Movement and National Politics

TR and Wilson: Are we imperialists or are we making the world safe for democracy?

HW:

Text Chp 30: To what extent was the US forced into WWI? What were the foreign and domestic consequences?

Wilson's 14 Points

 

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To what extent was the US forced into WWI? What were the foreign and domestic consequences?

Wilson Friend or Foe? Due Monday

 

 

 

APUSH February: Forging an Industrial Society

Text Chapters 23-26; 28 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Women's Rights 1848-1920

Women's Suffrage in Political Cartoons

Suffrage Slide Show

Text: 656-664 (Chp 28)

 

  Women's Rights:
  • Women in History Brainstorm
  • Women's Suffrage 1848-1929 Power Point
  • Free Write: To be seen as politically powerful in the traditional sense, do women have to become "like men." Why or why not?

HW: Suffrage - When, Where, and
Obstacles to Overcome: Complete sections 1-3

 

 

  1 Women's Rights:
  • Women/men in History Brainstorm
  • Free Write: To be seen as politically powerful in the traditional sense, do women have to become "like men." Why or why not? Discuss
  • Identify 5 women from the list that have achieved political and economic success: What time period did/do they live in? How did they achieve political/economic success/power?

 

2 Women's Rights 1848-1920
  • What is civil disobedience and how is it applied during the women's suffrage movement in the late 1800s?
  • Discuss: Suffrage - When, Where, and
    Obstacles to Overcome
  • Identify the leaders, goals and opposition

HW: Chapter 7 of Through Women's Eyes: An American History through Documents

Pages 424- 437; 444 - 453 Take notes using SQ3R method and answer all document qs

 

  5 Iron Jawed Angels 6 7Iron Jawed Angels 8 9 Quiz

Chp 23(20 MCQ) Suffrage (FRQ)

  12 13 14 15 16  Half Day
  19 No School 20 21 22 23
  26 27 28