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Reassessment Unit #2 Progressivism (3.4 and 1.5)

All reassessments on Unit #2 Progressivism must be completed by 11/17

  • This is available to ALL students that have completed formative assessments
  • If you are meeting 1.5 and 3.4, why not exceed? If you are NOT meeting (1.5 and 3.4), fix it!

To reassess you need to:

  1. correct your Unit #2 assessment using your notes and tools available on this blogsite (notes, handouts,etc.)
  2. complete the “Reassessment Ticket
  3. meet with Miss Fyrberg to discuss plan, remediate, and set time for reassessment
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Homework Due 11/7 – A Day

Period 1A, 2A & 4A

Due 11/7:

  1. Make sure you have completed the OHP Entrance Slip #1-4 you will to read “Last living U.S. WWI veteran dies
  2. Review the OHP Overview and come prepared to ask questions about the project

If you would like to get ahead:

Find a one-on-one, “sit-down” interview on anyone of your choice (no press conferences, late night talk shows, etc.). The interview could be of a sports icon, celebrity, veteran, etc. As you watch, answer the following

  • a. What made the interview interesting?
  • b. What did you learn?
  • c. What did you notice about the questions? The interviewer?
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Homework Due 11/6 – B Day

Period 1B & 2B

Due 11/6:

  1. Make sure you have completed the OHP Entrance Slip #1-4 you will to read “Last living U.S. WWI veteran dies
  2. Review the OHP Overview and come prepared to ask questions about the project

If you would like to get ahead:

Find a one-on-one, “sit-down” interview on anyone of your choice (no press conferences, late night talk shows, etc.). The interview could be of a sports icon, celebrity, veteran, etc. As you watch, answer the following

  • a. What made the interview interesting?
  • b. What did you learn?
  • c. What did you notice about the questions? The interviewer?
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Homework Due 11/3 A Day

Period 1A, 2A & 3A

Due 11/3:

  1. Make sure you have completed the OHP Entrance Slip #1-4 you will to read “Last living U.S. WWI veteran dies
  2. Review the OHP Overview and come prepared to ask questions about the project

If you would like to get ahead:

Find a one-on-one, “sit-down” interview on anyone of your choice (no press conferences, late night talk shows, etc.). The interview could be of a sports icon, celebrity, veteran, etc. As you watch, answer the following

  • a. What made the interview interesting?
  • b. What did you learn?
  • c. What did you notice about the questions? The interviewer?
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Library of Congress

Veterans History Project

The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war.

The Project collects first-hand accounts of
U.S. Veterans from the following wars:

  • World War, 1914-1918
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • Cold War
  • Korean War, 1950-1953
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975
  • Grenada–History–American Invasion, 1983
  • Panama–History–American Invasion, 1989
  • Operation Restore Hope, 1992-1993
  • Persian Gulf War, 1991
  • United Nations Operation in Somalia
  • Haiti–History–American intervention, 1994-1995
  • Operation Allied Force, 1999
  • Peacekeeping forces–Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Operation Joint Guardian, 1999-
  • War on Terrorism, 2001-2009
  • Afghan War, 2001-
  • Iraq War, 2003-2011
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Summative Assessment 10/26 (B Day) & 10/27 (A Day)

Indicators Assessed:

  • 3.4 Students will be able to analyze the interconnections of social and/or civic institutions (i.e. media, governmental, financial, technological) on societal issues, trends, and events.
  • 1.5 Students will be able to produce coherent writing which is appropriate to purpose and audience.(CCSS.ELA-Literacy.WHST.11-12.4)

Study Guide:

Notes: