Lesson Plans
American History 9 3rd Q 11.12 Lesson Plans
Week: 02/13/2012 Instructor: Mary Jo Hendrickson Academics
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Monday:
read 505-512

Students will read, discuss and analyze the impact of mining and the railroads on the settlement of the west.

How did ranching affect the development of the west
Tuesday:
REAd 520 to end of chapter
Students will read and discuss how whites created a segregated society and limited immigration

Farmers and the Populism-what were the problems of farmers and the goals of the Populists party
Wednesday:
Test over the chapter

if time permits after the test begin the next chapter
in class page 543 Document based.
Write down the point of view for each document as you read. Answer the questions on page 543

Read 547-555.

Read the section , noting the types of issues reformers talked.

Using a graphic organizer fill in the beliefs of progressives

In the Center are Progressive Beliefsfind 6

Answer the following: Should abolition have been given a higher priority than womans suffrage. Explain your reasoning


Make a 3 column char: initiative, referendum and recall. Write a definition of each. What was the importance of each of these reforms.
Thursday:
in class page 543 Document based.
Write down the point of view for each document as you read. Answer the questions on page 543

Read 547-555.

Read the section , noting the types of issues reformers talked.

Using a graphic organizer fill in the beliefs of progressives

In the Center are Progressive Beliefsfind 6

Answer the following: Should abolition have been given a higher priority than womans suffrage. Explain your reasoning


Make a 3 column char: initiative, referendum and recall. Write a definition of each. What was the importance of each of these reforms.
Friday:
Woman make progress 557-563

Do page 560-561. Discuss in paragraph form: To the Russian EnvoysPauland her fellow activist chose to hold their protest when they did, and why it evoked such a strong reaction. Was the protest appropriate and explain your answer

Assignment: read American Issues page 563 and Do questions one and two
 
 
 
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