For this week


This week we will finish our look at 1930s race relations in the South, and have our final current events competition.

Charles Lindbergh Reconstruction Ends Reconstruction The Presidency of Andrew Johnson Restoring the Union The American Civil War The Last Campaigns The American Civil War Behind the Battlelines The American Civil War's Western Theater Part 2 The American Civil War's Western Theater Part 1 The American Civil War's Eastern Theater Part 2 The American Civil War's Eastern Theater Part 1 The American Civil War Begins Secession The Republican Party Begins John F. Kennedy

Upcoming Assignments

Friday, June 2, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What events occurred during the time of Reconstruction?” We will review the “Reconstruction Ends” lesson Basics and Narrative power points/pdfs. The Essay Question is: “How did the ending of Reconstruction in the 1870s lead to the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and the 1960s?” We will watch a video showing race relations in the American South during the 1930s.

Homework:

No Homework.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What will you do at Hershey Park?” We will not have class today because most of you should be at Hershey Park.

Homework:

No Homework.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What were race relations like in the 1930s American South?” We will finish a video to have us become familiar with one version of this time and place. Homework:Study Current Events.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What do you know about Current Events?” We will have our final current events competition. Homework:No Homework. Have a great time in 9th grade!