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미국 역사 헤럴드: 미국 중·고등사 2부 1870년대 오늘의 SP

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Courtney Murray, M. Ed, M. Hist. World US History
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이 전체 커리큘럼 과정에서 우리와 함께 1870년대부터 현재까지 여행하면서 시간에 따라 발생하는 사건, 변화 및 영향을 조사하면서 미국과 미국 국민의 과거를 알아보세요! 중~고등학생!
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수업 개요

미국 등급 9 - 12
Beginner 레벨
Teacher-Created 커리큘럼 기반
National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies (NCSS)에 맞춰짐
14 lessons//14 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Industrial Revolution and Moving West/ Impact of Westward Expansion
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the Industrial Revolution in the United States: technological advancements, urbanization, and the rise of industry * Impact of westward expansion on Native American tribes: displacement, conflicts, and loss of traditional lands * Discussion of the challenges and opportunities faced by settlers moving westward, including conflicts with Native Americans and environmental changes
 Week 2
Lesson 2
Immigration and Urbanization
In this lesson, we will explore: * Examination of push and pull factors driving immigration to the United States, including economic opportunities and political instability * Exploration of the experiences of immigrants in urban centers, including living conditions, labor conditions, and cultural assimilation * Discussion of the rise of nativism and anti-immigrant sentiment, as well as efforts to restrict immigration through legislation
 Week 3
Lesson 3
Progressivism in the U.S.
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the Progressive Era in the United States: goals, reform movements, & key figures Examination of social, political, and economic reforms of the Progressive Era, including efforts to address corruption, improve working conditions, and expand democracy Analysis of key Progressive reforms such as the Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman Antitrust Act, and establishment of the National Parks system Exploration of the role of women in the Progressive movement
 Week 4
Lesson 4
Expansion and Imperialism
In this lesson, we will explore: * Analysis of American expansionism and imperialism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries * Examination of the motivations behind American imperialism, including economic interests, nationalism, and the desire for strategic advantage * Exploration of key events and developments in American imperialism, such as the Spanish-American War, annexation of Hawaii, and acquisition of the Philippines
 Week 5
Lesson 5
World War I
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the causes and consequences of World War I * Examination of American involvement in World War I, including the reasons for entry and the impact of the war on American society and economy * Exploration of the home front during World War I, including propaganda, rationing, and the role of women in the workforce
 Week 6
Lesson 6
Roaring 20s
In this lesson, we will explore: * Analysis of the cultural, social, and economic developments of the Roaring Twenties, including the Jazz Age, Prohibition, and the Harlem Renaissance * Examination of the impact of new technologies and mass media on American society, including the rise of consumer culture and the spread of mass entertainment * Exploration of the changing role of women in the 1920s, including the fight for suffrage and the emergence of the "New Woman"
 Week 7
Lesson 7
Great Depression and the New Deal
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the causes and consequences of the Great Depression * Examination of the impact of the Great Depression on American society, including unemployment, homelessness, and poverty * Analysis of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs and their efforts to address the economic crisis, including the Civilian Conservation Corps, Works Progress Administration, and Social Security Act
 Week 8
Lesson 8
World War II
In this lesson, we will explore: * Analysis of the causes and consequences of World War II * Examination of American involvement in World War II, including the reasons for entry and the impact of the war on American society, economy, and military * Exploration of key events and battles of World War II, such as the attack on Pearl Harbor, D-Day, and the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
 Week 9
Lesson 9
America After the War and the Fear of Communism
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the post-World War II era in the United States * Analysis of the Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union, including the fear of communism and the emergence of the Red Scare * Exploration of domestic policies and programs aimed at containing communism, including the Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, and establishment of NATO
 Week 10
Lesson 10
The Civil Rights Movement: Realities of Inequality
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States * Examination of the origins and goals of the Civil Rights Movement, including efforts to end segregation, secure voting rights, and achieve equality under the law * Analysis of key events and figures of the Civil Rights Movement, such as Brown v. Board of Education, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and the March on Washington * Exploration of the role of nonviolent protest and civil disobedience
 Week 11
Lesson 11
The Vietnam War: Growing Uneasiness
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the Vietnam War and its origins in the Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union * Examination of American involvement in the Vietnam War, including the reasons for entry and the conduct of the war * Exploration of the impact of the Vietnam War on American society and politics, including protests, dissent, and the antiwar movement
 Week 12
Lesson 12
The Era of Nixon and Carter
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the presidencies of Richard Nixon and Jimmy Carter * Examination of the domestic and foreign policies of the Nixon administration, including the Vietnam War, detente with the Soviet Union, and the Watergate scandal
 Week 13
Lesson 13
The Reagan Era
In this lesson, we will explore: * Overview of the presidency of Ronald Reagan * Examination of the domestic and foreign policies of the Reagan administration, including tax cuts, deregulation, and the Strategic Defense Initiative * Analysis of Reagan's approach to the Cold War, including his confrontational stance toward the Soviet Union and support for anti-communist movements in Latin America
 Week 14
Lesson 14
The 2000’s
In this lesson, we will explore: * Examination of the presidency of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama, including the September 11th terrorist attacks, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the response to Hurricane Katrina * Exploration of social and cultural trends of the 2000s, including advancements in technology, changes in media consumption, and shifting demographics
  • Students will improve their understanding of U.S. history and work to strengthen their critical thinking skills through historical analysis. They will discover the major events of U.S. history and how they worked to create the United States today. We will use historical sources to dive into the past and do so in fun, engaging ways!
For the past decade, I have been encouraging students through education and personal development to explore the challenges of the past. Through my own personal education and professional development, I create a safe environment for students to learn about challenging topics of the past. My undergraduate is in history, focusing on United States and European integration, past cultures, and empire. My first master's degree is in education with a focus on English/Language Arts and History. My second master's degree is in history with a focus on world empires and United States/Europe during the premodern era and modern era. I am currently pursuing my PhD in history focusing on immigration and relations with indigenous peoples and cultures. 
I have taught Ancient Civilizations in World History classes as well as classes on the history of Africa, Asia, and Australia, Ancient and Medieval Europe, and Early American history. I have taken and taught classes on world religions and practices starting with the ancient traditions of prehistoric cultures through modern day transitions of religions such as druidism. I have also taught about episodes of religious hysteria such as the Inquisition and the Salem Witch Trials. I also teach classes on the myths and legends that have defined these cultures. This extensive background will be utilized to create a well-rounded and thorough explanation of the topics presented in class.
숙제 제공
Each week will have required reading from the book this class will be utilizing with challenge questions to get your student thinking. Taking notes or jotting down ideas is always encouraged! Optional activities will be given throughout the course for students to engage with the content further.
수업 외 주당 1 - 2 시간
제공되는 평가
Students will be given multiple ways to show their understanding each week: * Primary Source Analysis: Analyze historical documents, speeches, and artifacts. * Class Discussions: Participate in discussions on historical topics and debates. * Activities & Projects: Research and activities on specific historical events, figures, or movements. Assessment is not mandatory. Each family may chose to complete weekly assignments or not depending on the student's learning needs and the family's schooling style.
제공되는 성적
Students can receive a grade for this class through attendance, participation, and weekly assignments if parents/guardians choose to do so.
We will use "Everything You Need to Ace U.S. History in One Big Fat Notebook" by Workman Publishing and Philip Bigler as our class reference for this class. Students will need to have their own copy of the book. 

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Students will also receive weekly graphic organizers per each content.

Various activity packets will also be given throughout the course.
Please note that there are some sensitive topics that will be addressed throughout the course including but not limited to: genocide, slavery, and sectional violence. I have been challenging and elevating students for over 10 years to delve deeply into the issues of our past and wrestle with the realities of our present and future. Each conversation will be open and honest but guided with the necessary care for students of this age. I believe it is our job as educators to not teach children what to think- but how to think and allow them to unearth the truths that are often hidden within the words of pages.
A vast collaboration of sources will be utilized to create this content to provide the students with a multi-faceted explanation of events from differing perspectives. Some sources utilized to create the content of the course:

A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn 

An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States for Young People  by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

The Constitution of the United States and The Declaration of Independence by Delegates of The Constitutional Convention

A Little History of the United States (Little Histories) By James West Davidson

A Documentary History of the United States by Richard D. Heffner and Alexander B. Heffner

A Different Mirror for Young People: A History of Multicultural America (For Young People Series) by Ronald Takaki

World History 101: From ancient Mesopotamia and the Viking conquests to NATO and WikiLeaks, an essential primer on world history by Tom Head PhD

History: The Definitive Visual Guide (From The Dawn of Civilization To The Present Day) by Adam Hart-Davis

The Student's Friend Concise World History: Parts 1 and 2 by Mike Maxwell 

DK Eyewitness Books: Ancient Civilizations by Joseph Fullman

The Big Fat Notebook is used as primer. It gives the basics of the topic- the who, what, where- class discussion and presentation will be given to expand on these ideas to give a detailed explanation of what is happening. 
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