Unit #1:  Introduction and the Constitution

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Class Information & Activities:

Optional Reading:

Unit #2:  The Progressive Era (1890-1920)

Homework:

Music for the Test

Class Activities:

Optional Reading:

Unit #3:  World War I & The Versailles Treaty (1914-1920)

Homework:

Essay Assignment:

Music from the Great Migration for the Test:

Class Activities:

Unit #4:  The 1920s

Homework:

Class Activities:

Optional:

2016-2017 Research Paper Assignment:

Check-in Assignments/Activities for the Research Paper:

Useful Resources for the Research Paper:

  • LS Library (including online catalog)
  • Specialized encyclopedias available from the LS Library
  • Additional information for the Works Cited Page: citing books; information from databases
  • Information regarding Parenthetical Citations is here
  • Guidelines are here for citing primary sources reproduced in other sources (LS Library)
  • A model essay using correct parenthetical citations and bibliography is here
  • Additional guidelines for citations using MLA version 8 (Purdue University)
  • The Minuteman Library Catalog is here; search tips are here (courtesy of Rob Lorino; Goodnow Library)

 Unit #5:  The Great Depression and New Deal (1929-1941)

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Class Activities:

Unit #6:  World War II and American Society (1941-1945)

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Class Activities:

Optional:

Midterm Examination Information:

Unit #7:  The Cold War and the 1950s

Homework:

  • 2017-1950s Unit Guide; Test will be on Friday, March 17;
  •  Arms Race Webquest; PBS Website; click here for “Special Features (Questions A-E); click here for timeline questions (one for each student)
  • Nuclear Weapons Fatalities and Casualties available through Nukemap

Class Activities:

Optional:

  • “How the Red Scare Destroyed a Small Town Teacher” (is here)
  • An excellent NPR appreciation of Miles Davis’ “Kind of Blue;” an appreciation of Chuck Berry is here
  • A brief article about the Weavers is here  Songs are here
  • The Red Scare Cartoons are also available here

Unit #8:  The 1950s and 1960s Civil Rights Movement

Homework:

Songs for the Test:

Class Activities:

Optional:

Unit #9:  1960 to Watergate

Homework:

Information for the “Teach In” Project:

Music for the Quiz and Test:

Vietnam-War Related (for Quiz)

1960s Music (for test):

Class Activities:

Unit #10: 1975 and Beyond

Homework:

Classwork:

Optional:

Was the E.R.A.’s Defeat Really A Loss For Feminism?

(Mostly) 1970s Music

Disco/Pop

Punk/New Wave

Album-Oriented Rock

Rock & Hard Rock

These songs are just for fun as there will be no unit test.

2017 Final Exam Information