5.02 Scopes Trial
Directions: Use the primary source material provided within the lesson to complete the chart below.
Who supported the Butler Act?
State of Tennessee
Who opposed the Butler Act?
American Civil Liberties Union
6.02 Notes Outline
Lesson 6.02 Brother Can You Spare A Dime?
Answer the 6.02 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
Describe this womans feelings in three words.
How old does she look to you?
What can you learn about her life fr
6.02 Song Analysis
Listen to Sunny California and read the lyrics. Then, complete the chart below. Answer in
Looking at the song
Responding to the song
Thinking about history
What people, places, and events are
6.04 Notes Outline
Critics, Culture, & Legacy
Answer the 6.04 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
What is happening to Uncle Sam? He is being tied down. Against the New Deal. FDR programs.
Is this cartoon for or against the New Deal?
6.01 Notes Outline
Lesson 6.01 Boom to Bust
Answer the 6.01 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
The man in the picture is asking for help.
What kind of help does he want?
What do you find anything unusual about the mans sign?
What do you f
7.04 Notes Outline
Complete the 7.04 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
Analyze the picture. In three complete sentences explain:
1. What stands out to you about the photograph?
2. Are there any shoes with special signific
8.02 Notes Outline
War in the Pacific
Complete the 8.02 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
Compare the two events. When and where was each of the photos taken? September 11, 2001 and after
the victory at the battle of Iwo Jima. They were t
8.01 Notes Outline
Life on the Home Front
Complete the 8.01 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
Who are the two main characters in the cartoon?
What is the primary message of the cartoon? Hitler and another enemy. I think they are mean peop
10.03 Great Society Chart
Directions: Listed below are several significant events or policies that were implemented during
Johnsons administration. Provide a brief description of each of the items listed. Submit your completed
work to the 10.03 Great Soci
8.05 Notes Outline
Complete the 8.05 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
Why would a picture of a family watching TV be significant to postwar history? It happened before the
If someone from the 1940s or 1950s was sudde
6.03 Notes Outline
Lesson 6.03 Alphabet Soup
Answer the 6.03 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.
What does the cartoon say about President Franklin Delano Roosevelt?
What does each of the dancing children represent? The FDR Programs are pla
9.01 Cold War Questions
Directions: Use the materials from the lesson to help you answer the questions below.
The Cold War Erupts
1. Summarize in general terms what the Cold War was all about. When was it, which key players
were involved, what beliefs or
7.02 Neutrality Debate T-Chart
Compare U.S actions of trying to remain neutral throughout the 1930s to Japanese actions of building an
empire by completing both sides of the T-Chart.
Disillusioned by World War I and struggling with
Unit 4 Notes Outline
Unit 4 The Great War
Complete the Unit 4 Notes Guide as you review the material throughout Unit 4.
Lesson 4.01 The War to End All Wars
What countries do the characters represent?
What are the characters doing?
How is this
10.03 Notes Outline
Tragedy, Transition, and Transformation
Complete 10.03 Notes Outline as you review lesson 10.03.
Identify at least two people in the picture.
When and where were the pictures taken? JFK in his car and his wife Jackie.
12.01 Vietnam Timeline
Directions: The dates on the chart below illustrate the order of major events that preceded US troop
involvement in Vietnam. Click and drag the explanations to its corresponding date.
May 7, 1954
11.03 I Have a Dream
Step 1: Select Your Topics
Go to the website Martin Luther King, Jr.: "I Have a Dream."
Imagine the setting: King's speech was the centerpiece of the 1963 March on Washington
11.01 Notes Outline
The Struggle Begins
Complete 11.01 Notes Outline as you review lesson 11.01.
Analyze the cartoon.
Explain the significance of the three main objects in the cartoon. Equality, Thorns, Rose. You have to go
through the slow pa
11.04 Notes Outline
Black Power and Other Movements
Complete 11.04 Notes Outline as you review lesson 11.04.
Analyze the quote.
By any means necessary is Malcolm Xs most famous quote.
How is his philosophy different from Dr. Martin Luther King
11.02 Letter from a Birmingham Jail
Directions: Read http:/teachingamericanhistory.org/library/document/letter-frombirmingham-city-jail-excerpts/ to complete the questions below.
1. Why did King and the SCLC choose to demonstrate in Birmingham? What reaso
12.03 Antiwar Movement
Directions: Complete the questions below using the material from the lesson.
1. Fill in the chart below with 3 possible reasons why protestors opposed the Vietnam War.
opposed by the
violence of the war.
11.03 Notes Outline
We Shall Overcome
Complete 11.03 Notes Outline as you review lesson 11.03.
Read the quotes by MLK and JFK.
Explain what you think each man meant by his quote.
What are they suggesting must be done to further the Civil Right
11.02 Campaign for Equality
Directions: Complete the organizer below and campaign questions using information from the lesson.
12.02 Notes Outline
Brutal Jungle Warfare
Complete 12.02 Notes Outline as you review lesson 12.02.
What stands out to you in the cartoon? The half-done stairs.
What is the cartoonist trying to say about U.S. involvement and the success of our
12.03 Notes Outline
Divisions at Home
Complete 12.03 Notes Outline as you review lesson 12.03.
Describe your initial reaction to this photograph. Upset
Explain the circumstances you think surround the event depicted in the photo. The gas burns
Directions: use The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) to answer the questions
1. Article 1 of the UDHR states that everyone is born free and equal in dignity What
does dignity mean? Why do you think it is the first Artic
5.04 Harlem Renaissance
Directions: Below are 3 charts that ask for information that you learned in Lesson 5.04.
Complete all 3 charts.
The Great Migration
What was it? The Great Migration was the movement of 6 million AfricanAmericans out of the rural So
13.01 Political Ad Analysis
Directions: Review two political ads released by each of the three major candidates during the 1968 presidential election campaign. A link to
the ads is provided within lesson 13.01. As you watch the ads, complete the chart bel
11.04 Social Movements
Directions: Complete the social movements chart using material from the lesson.
Goals of the Movement Political, economic, and social
11.03 Events of 1964 and 1965
Directions: Provide a short description and impact of the topics listed below.
Description and Impact
1. Status of African American Voting
Rights and Activities Prior to 1964
Were not allowed to vote.