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Close Read 1: Neutrality or Involvement

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 1: Neutrality or Involvement

Students will use evidence from the documents to write an argument in favor of or against the Lend-Lease Act.

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Close Read 2: Four Freedoms

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 2: Four Freedoms

Students will analyze the Four Freedoms speech by President Roosevelt and compare the primary source to images created by Norman Rockwell.  

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Close Read 3: Pearl Harbor

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 3: Pearl Harbor

Students will analyze images, excerpts from a speech, and news articles to analyze President Roosevelt's response to the attack on Pearl Harbor.  

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Close Read 6: Posters and Propaganda

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Close Read 6: Posters and Propaganda

Students will analyze about 20 posters created by the OWI during WWII.  

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Environment and Economy

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Environment and Economy

Students will watch a documentary from the 1930's to better understand the relationship between the environment and the economy, and the causes of the Dust Bowl. 

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Fireside Chats

U.S. History
Unit 7: Prosperity and Depression
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Fireside Chats

Students will examine primary sources to evaluate how FDR inspired confidence in the American people during the Great Depression.  

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Geographical Reasoning: Japanese Internment Camps in the US

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Geographical Reasoning: Japanese Internment Camps in the US

Students will analyze a variety of documents to better understand the geographical and historical context of Japanese Internment during WWII.  

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Graphic Organizer: Alphabet Soup of the New Deal

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Graphic Organizer: Alphabet Soup of the New Deal

Students will use the graphic organizer to keep track of and describe the New Deal programs meant to provide aid to the citizens of America during the Great Depression.

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Graphic Organizer: Hoover v. FDR
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Graphic Organizer: Hoover v. FDR

Students will compare and contrast President Hoover's response to the great depression with President FDR's response to the same economic crisis.  

Great Depression and Economic Statistics

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Great Depression and Economic Statistics

Students will examine and evaluate economic indicators for a better understanding of the Great Depression. 

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Letter from Pearl Harbor

U.S. History
Unit 8: World War II
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Letter from Pearl Harbor

Students will analyze a primary source document written by an eyewitness to the Pearl Harbor attack. 

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On Demand Document Based Question (DBQ): Wilson & FDR
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On Demand Document Based Question (DBQ): Wilson & FDR

Students will discuss the similarities and differences between the Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D. Roosevelt presidencies and their leadership during WWI and WWII.