I'm at a conference today again, I'll be back Thursday and Friday . . . please be nice to the sub. Here's the scoop for US History today:
1. Create a WWI Meme (see Google Classroom for instructions)
2. Learn what "A Flawed Peace" means in regard to WWI and why the US didn't join the League of Nations (see button below)
3. Play Imperialism and WWI Kahoot review games (put your real name in . . . I get a report of who actually plays and who doesn't)
Today we will be on the Spirit Assembly schedule as Collin Kartchner will be speaking to us about the affects of social media on mental & emotional health. The assembly will invite all sophomores to attend while seniors and juniors will watch from their 2nd period class. The schedule for the day is below:
With your group, create a Kahoot with 10 well thought out questions that have a multimedia/picture component. Make sure you offer 4 possible answers. If you want to be tricky, you can make more than one answer be correct. Someone in your group will need to create a Kahoot account. Use Chapter 22 to come up with your questions, each group will be assigned one section within the chapter.
Students, Tuesday and Wednesday we will be learning about the Holocaust that took place before and during WWII. Please prepare yourselves by reading and prepping for a somber activity. We will define, discuss, debate, and determine how something like this occurred. Be ready by reading the info found online and in our textbook. This needs to be completed by the next class period (Tues. Jan 15th for A Day, Wed. Jan 16th for B Day).
Take a look at the Progressivism unit and make sure you feel comfortable with the info we've been covering. Below is the guiding question that you will want to be able to answer with the rubric that should be used when answering.
Identify and describe three specific goals of the Progressive Movement. Were these three goals accomplished? If so, how were they accomplished? If not, what prevented the goal from being realized?
Mr. Herrud teaches US History, AP World History, CRAM (credit recovery), and Conditioning. He is in his 14th year of teaching.