MARCH 2015

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2 - Day 4
1930s: The Great Depression

Flipboard: The Great Depression
Awesome Stories: The Great Depression
3 - Day 5
1930s: The Great Depression
topic selection
4 - Day 6(7) Early Dismissal
Snow Day
PERIOD 5: please fill out topic selection survey so I can assign them to you (check your gmail for the form)
5 - Day 1
Snow Day
Reading Quiz DUE tomorrow
6 - Day 2
1930s: The Great Depression
(reading quiz DUE by the end of today)
Watch and assess sample videos
HW: topic info collection
9 - Day 3
1930s: The Great Depression
Work Day

HW: oral history analysis
10 - Day 4
1930s: The Great Depression
finish and SUBMIT SCRIPT
11 - Black Day (Science CAPT)
We drop today
12 - Gold Day (Science CAPT)
1930s: The Great Depression
Work Day:
if script approved: FILM
13 - Day 5
1930s: The Great Depression
PERIOD 6: Work Day: FILM, finish and submit oral history
16 - Day 6 (Whiting out)
1930s: The Great Depression
PERIOD 5: work day on Oral Histories, due at the end of the period
17 - Day 7
FILM ASSEMBLY
18 - Day 1
FILM ASSEMBLY
19 - Day 2
1930s: The Great Depression
interactive video gallery tour
20 - Day 3
early dismissal for snow - finish linking and work on oral history gallery walk
23 - Day 4
Political Satire: Jon Stewart's America
Writing a satirical response to the Great Depression
24 - Day 5(6) Early Dismissal
We drop today
25 - Day 7
watch: War Letters

Flipboard: WWII and Vonnegut
Awesome Stories: Pearl Harbor
26 - Day 1
WORLD WAR II
Phase 1: Neutrality
On a Google slide, brainstorm: why wouldn't the US have wanted to be part of the war?
Work in groups of 4; each take one topic from neutrality - what inferences can you make about FDR and neutrality?
27 - Day 2
WORLD WAR II
Phase 1: Pearl Harbor
How does Pearl Harbor compare with your generations experience with 9/11?
30 - Day 3
WORLD WAR II
Phase 2: Conduct of the War
Dresden & London - place these events on a continuum
31 - Day 4
Present, review, discuss maps