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Progressives

Mr. White's U.S. History II classes Walker Grant Middle School
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Kenneth White

on 8 February 2016

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Progressives
Roadmap:

1st. Progressive Reform
2nd. Temperance Movement
3rd. Women's Suffrage
Child Labor
American Federation of Labor(AFL)
Homestead Strike
Temperance Movement
Women's Suffrage
Alice Paul
Abigail Adams
Susan B. Anthony
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Q: What were the three(3) Big Businesses after the Civil War?
John D. Rockefeller
Andrew Carnegie
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Q: What were the conditions like for workers during the late 1800s and early 1900s?
Progressive Reform
Progressive(Pruh-gress-iv): Pushing for change in the hope it will improve life.
Q: How did the reforms of the Progressive Movement change the United States?
Q: What does the word "progress" mean?
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
March 25, 1911
Negative effects of industrialization
Child Labor
Low Wages, Long Hours
Unsafe working conditions
Progressive Reforms:

1. Improved safety conditions

2. Reduced work hours

3. Restrictions on child labor
Temperance(temp-rince): Drinking or eating in moderation.
Prohibition (pro-uh-bish-in): A law that stopped the making, selling, and transporting of alcoholic beverages.
In 1913 the city of Chicago had 5,200 grocery stores, but more than 8,300 places to buy liquor.
Repealed( ree-peeld): Canceled a law
Q: How did Americans get around the 18th Amendment?
18th Amendment
January 16, 1919
....the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States and all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof for beverage purposes is hereby prohibited.
19th Amendment
August 18, 1920
The right of citizens to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
Bellringer: December 7, 2012

1st. Write down homework
(leave out for me to check)

2nd. Pull out STUDY GUIDE!!!

3rd. Begin studying quietly!!!!!!!
Bellringer: November 28, 2012

1st. Write down homework in agenda
(Leave out for me to check)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of worksheet

4th Put the rest of the copies back in your folder

5th. Begin working quietly
Bellringer: January 19, 2016

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
Bellringer

4th. Being working on the Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Bellringer: February 4, 2016

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
U.S. History II Bellringer

4th. Being working on the U.S. History II Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Bellringer: December 12, 2014

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
Bellringer

4th. Being working on the Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Bellringer: December 10, 2014

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
Bellringer

4th. Being working on the Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Bellringer: December 11, 2014

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
Bellringer

4th. Being working on the Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Clock Buddies 12/9/2013
Q: Name seven (7) out of 14 states in the Southeast region?
Q: What were the reasons people went out West?
Q: What were the negative effects of cities/industrialization?
Q: What are Progressives?
Q: What did Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass have in common?
Q: What were Reservations?
Q: What were the three (3) Reconstruction Amendments?
Q: What type of education did Booker T. Washington wants blacks to get?
Q: What was the Homestead Strike?
Q: What were the ways people in the U.S. got around the 18th Amendment?
Bellringer: December 13, 2013

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
U.S. History II Bellringer

4th. Being working on the U.S. History II Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Bellringer: December 17, 2013

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
U.S. History II Bellringer

4th. Being working on the U.S. History II Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Mapping Activity

Purpose: To identify and label the fifty states of the United States, the important cities, and the seven political regions.

Directions:

1st. Label all of the fifty states on your map

2nd. Make a key for each of the seven political regions with seven different colors

3rd. Color the seven political regions seven different colors

4th. Label ALL the important cities for each of the seven political regions

5th. Put a star in the four states that have cities that are special for what they make.
Amendments Foldable

Purpose: To fully understand the Reconstruction Amendments and the Progressive Amendments

Directions:
1st. Get paper from Mr. White

2nd. Fold your paper so that you have three sections (Follow Mr. White)

3rd. Write a title for each amendment

4th. Draw a picture for each amendment

5th. Write what each amendment means
Bellringer: December 19, 2014

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
U.S. History II Bellringer

4th. Being working on the U.S. History II Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
Bingo Terms:

-Pacific

-Southwest

-Pittsburgh

-Chicago

-New England
Bingo Terms:

-Philadelphia

-Washington D.C.

-Detroit

-Kitty Hawk N.C.

-Atlanta G.A.
U.S. History II Schedule 12/9/2014

-Bellringer
-Brain Break
-State Call Out
-Test Correction/Progress Graph
-Brain Break
-Unit 7 Into
-Unit 7 Vocabulary
-Close
Activity #1: Frame of Reference

-Purpose: To gather pre-assessment data about the Progressive Era.

-Directions:

1st. Jot down words or phrases that come to mind when you see the term in the box. (Put the words in the "mat" area of their frame of reference.

2nd. Write down how you came to know what you know or think. (The sources, people, events) (Put these words in the frame area of the graphic)

3rd. Following the individual reflection and writing, share your frame with your clock buddy. (Only move when Mr. White tells you too)
U.S. History II Schedule 12/10/2014

-Bellringer
-Brain Break
-Vocabulary Deck
-Unit 7 Notes 1(Clock Buddies)
-Brain Break
-Photo Analysis Child Labor
-State Call Out
-Close
U.S. History II Schedule 12/11/2014

-Bellringer
-Brain Break
-Negative Effects Graphic Organizer
-Brain Break
-T.S.F. Web/Homestead Strike G.O.
-Unit 7 Notes 2
-State Call Out
-Close
Q: What were the negative effects of industrialization?

Q: What is a labor union and what did they want?

Q: What is the AFL and what did they do?

Q: What happened at Carnegie's steel plant?
U.S. History II Schedule 12/12/2014

-Bellringer
-Brain Break
-Unit 7 Vocabulary Quiz
-Brain Break
-Homestead Strike G.O./Video
-Unit 7 Notes 2
-State Call Out
-Close
Bellringer: February 4, 2016

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
Bellringer

4th. Being working on the Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
U.S. History II Schedule 12/15/2014

-Bellringer
-Brain Break
-Homestead Strike Video(4th)
-Unit 7 Notes 2
-Brain Break
-Activity #1
-Study Guide
-State Call Out
-Close
Q: What does the term Temperance mean?
Q: What did drinking alcohol lead to?
Q: What did the 18th amendment do?
Q: What happened as a result of the 18th amendment? (What did people do?)
Q: Because of people's response to the 18th amendment what did the government do?
U.S. History II Schedule 12/16/2014

-Bellringer
-Brain Break
-Unit 7 Notes 2
-Temperance Movement Finish
-Unit 7 Notes 3
-Brain Break
-Study Guide
-State Call Out
-Close
Q: Who were the women who were the leaders of the suffragist movement?

Q: What happened to Alice Paul

Q: What President supported women's suffrage?

Q: Which amendment gave women the right to vote?
Bellringer: December 17, 2014

1st. Write your homework down
(
leave out for me to check
)

2nd. Look under desk for folder

3rd. Pull out ONE copy of the
U.S. History II Bellringer

4th. Being working on the U.S. History II Bellringer

**Remember you get points for how you enter class!!! The race is getting closer every point counts!!!
U.S. History II Schedule 12/17/2014

-Bellringer
-Brain Break
-Unit 7 Notes 3
-Unit 7 Review
-Brain Dump
-Test
-Close
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