WELCOME TO US HISTORY AUnit 2 Calendar:
BW: Read “One American’s Story” on page 196. Who was Jacob Riis? What did Jacob Riis learn about life in the United States?
CW: child labor activity
BW: Read "One American's Story" on page 204. What is the importance of the term "Gilded Age"?
Begin film- Hester Street
BW: Read "One American's Story" on page 228. What happened to Camella Teoli? How does this story reflect both immigrant and labor problems during this time?
CW: continue film- Hester Street
BW: Read “Water,” “Sanitation,” “Crime,” and “Fire” on pages
200-202. Describe how water, sanitation, crime, and fire were problems in the rapidly growing cities of the industrial era.
Tuesday 9/25- HALF DAY
BW: Read “Women and Reform” and “A Three-Part Strategy for Suffrage” on page 254-255. What is suffrage? What happened at the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848? What was the Three-Part Strategy for Suffrage?
CW: Suffrage something
HW: Notes 5.3
BW: Read “Expanding Public Education” starting on page 238, and also examine the graph. What was the state of education at the turn of the century? Why did high school enrollment rise? How was school enrollment different for African Americans? What was the purpose of Henry Ford’s Sociology Department?
BW: p. 231- What is a muckraker? p. 232- What did Ida Tarbell and Lincoln Steffens try to expose through their muckraking?
BW: Read “The Settlement House Movement” starting on page 201. What was the Social Gospel movement?
What is a settlement house? Which of the four goals of Progressivism was best served by the settlement house movement?
HW: Test Monday
BW: Read “Promoting Fine Arts” on page 219-220. What was realism? What was the Ashcan School?
HW: Review Day
BW: Read “Mass Circulation Newspapers” on pages 221-222. How did Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst compete for customers? How did circulation change by 1898?
HW: Read “Mass Circulation Newspapers” on pages 221-222.
How did Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst compete for customers?
How did circulation change by 1898?
Unit 2 Outline: