• 8/15/16

    šEQ:  Why is geography important in studying history?

    šI will:  Establish where various locations are on a map.

    šBell Ringer:  How does geography impact people?

     

    8/16/16

    šEQ:  What are the different types of government?

    šI will:  Define the different types of government.

    šBell Ringer:  What continent do we live on?

     

    8/17/16

    šEQ:  What were the causes and outcomes of the Civil War and what impact did Reconstruction have on the nation?

    šI will:  Know the differences between the North and South.

    šBell Ringer:  Read Interact with History and answer the two questions.  Pg. 154

     

    8/18-8/19/16

    šSame

    šBell Ringer:  Why was slavery so important to the South?

     

    8/22/16

    šSame

    šBell Ringer:  Use the graph at the top of pg. 169 to answer the question.  Which side-North or South-had the advantage in terms of industrial power?

     

    8/23/16

    šEQ:  Why did war begin between the North and South?

    šI will:  Analyze the reasons why the Civil War began.

    šBell Ringer:  Where were slaves freed according to the Emancipation Proclamation?  Pg. 173

     

    8/24/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Answer question #5 under the section 2 assessment on pg. 174.  What difficulties would caregivers and patients have faced during this time.

     

    8/25-8/26/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What happened in the North when people were conscripted(forced to join the army)?  Look at Life During Wartime on pg. 173

     

    8/29/16

    šEQ:  How did the Union wear down the Confederacy and win the war?

    šI will:  Analyze how the Union overpowered the confederacy?

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 182 called “The Costs of the Civil War.”  How did the combined Union and Confederate losses compare with those of other war?

     

    8/30/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Using the chart on pg. 182 answer the following question:  Why was inflation worse in the Confederacy than the Union?

     

    8/31/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What was important about the Gettysburg Address?

     

    9/1-9/6/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Go to pg. 178 and answer #1 under the Skill Builder section.

     

    9/7/16

    šEQ:  How did the United States attempt to readmit the South to the country?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of Reconstruction on the United States.

    šBell Ringer:  Using pg. 184 describe what Reconstruction is after the Civil War.

     

    9/8-9/9/16

    šEQ:  North or South:  Who Killed Reconstruction?

    šI will:  Analyze documents on Reconstruction.

    šBell Ringer:  Which part of the United States were they mostly concerned with rebuilding:  North or South?

     

    9/12/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Looking at the Overview on the front of the DBQ, what type of governments were in power in the South?

     

    9/13/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to the Background Essay, what amendment made it illegal to deny someone the right to vote based on race?

     

    9/14/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Which side do you think killed Reconstruction?  North or South?  Why?

     

    9/15-9/16/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  In the introduction where do you put your thesis statement?

     

    9/19/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What is supposed to go at the end of a quote when you are citing evidence?

     

    9/20/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Where is one place that you can put your counterclaim?

     

    9/21/16

    šEQ:  Why did Americans begin to settle in the West after Reconstruction?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of Westward expansion in the United States.

    šBell Ringer:  Is it right to force someone to believe the way that you do?

     

    9/22-9/23/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to pg. 59 in the Reading Study Guide, what is the Homestead Act?

     

    9/26/16

    šEQ:  How did the Second Industrial Revolution expand at the end of the 19th century?

    šI will:  Evaluate the technological developments of the late 19th century.

    šBell Ringer:  According to the map on pg. 231, which state had the most steel-producing areas?

     

    9/27/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Looking at the map of Pittsburgh on pg. 231, explain why there would be more steel mills in 1906 than in 1886.

     

    9/28/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to the timeline at the top of pg. 232, How much time went by between when the telegraph was created to when the telephone was invented?

     

    9/29-9/30/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  No Bell Work for 5th period

     

    10/3/16

    šEQ:  How did railroads benefit the nation and how were they regulated?

    šI will:  Evaluate how railroads made the expansion of industry possible.

    Bell Ringer:  Read the Historical Spotlight on pg. 237.  What were the differences between white and Asians when it came to being paid to work on the railroads?

     

    10/4/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  How did the growth of railroad lines promote the growth of cities and trade?

     

    10/5/16

    šEQ:  How did the expansion of industry prompt the growth of labor union?

    šI will:  Evaluate the strategies used in industry in the late 19th century.

    šBell Ringer:  According to the chart at the top of pg. 242, What three things are used in vertical integration?

     

    10/6-10/10/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  In the political cartoon on pg. 243, John Rockefeller is holding the White House in his hand.  What does this mean?

     

    10/11/16

    šEQ:  same

    š I will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to pg. 243, what type of company did John D. Rockefeller gain total control of?

     

    10/12/16

    šEQ:  same

    š I will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Work on Chapter 6 Section 3

     

    10/13-10/14/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to the chart on pg. 247, Which union’s membership increased in 1889-1890?

     

    10/19/16

    šPower Day for Testing

     

    10/20-10/21/16

    šEQ:  How did activism influence government policy?

    šI will:  Outline the social, economic, and political changes of the Progressive Movement.

    šBell Ringer: On pg. 73 of the Reading Study Guide under “Before you Read”  What does it say that immigrants to the United States faced?

     

    10/24/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What two islands did immigrants go through when coming to the United States?

     

    10/25/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What is bad about the system of patronage? Pg. 78

     

    10/26/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    Bell Ringer:  Name one corrupt business practice used by political bosses?  (pg. 78)

     

    10/27-10/28/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What was important about the people Orville and Wilbur Wright? (pg. 82)

     

    10/31/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Try to finish RWA!!!

     

    11/1/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Try to finish questions!!

     

    11/2/16

    šAll classes on a Power Day schedule

     

    11/3-11/4/16

    šEQ:  How did the United States expand their power through imperialism?

    šI will:  Analyze how the United States acquired both Hawaii and Alaska.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 342.  Why did Queen Liliuokalani give up her power?

     

    11/7/16

    šEQ:  How did the US help Cuba gain its independence from Spain?

    šI will:  Evaluate the US’s increased involvement in Latin America.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 346.  What did James Creelman say was going on in Cuba?

     

    11/8/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 349. Where does Cuba lie in relation to the United States?

     

    11/9/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the cartoon on pg. 351.  What is Uncle Sam riding and why is that significant?

     

    11/10-11/11/16

    šEQ:  Why did the US engage in conflicts with Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Phillippines?

    šI will:  Analyze the military and political presence of the US in foreign countries.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the One American’s Story on pg. 352.  Why did Luis Munoz Rivera come to the US to speak to Congress?

     

     11/14/16

    šEQ:  How did the construction of the Panama Canal and the Mexican Revolution lead to an increase in America’s military power?

    šI will:  Analyze American involvement in conflicts around 1900.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “One American’s Story” on pg.359.  What was important about the building of the Panama Canal?

     

    11/15/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 361 on the Panama Canal.  Explain how the canal works when a boat enters the river.

     

    11/16/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What does imperialism mean?

     

    11/17-11/18/16

    šEQ:  What were the MAIN causes of WWI?

    šI will:  Analyze how the United States was forced to join WWI.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 372.  Why did Jeanette Rankin vote no against joining the war?

     

    11/21/16

    šEQ:  What was life like living in the trenches during WWI?

    šI will:  Describe the living conditions for soldiers in trenches in WWI.

    Bell Ringer:  Using pg. 376, describe why “no man’s land” is so dangerous?

     

    11/22/16

    šEQ:  How did the US mobilize a large army and navy to help the Allies?

    šI will:  Analyze how the US military evolved into a powerful fighting force.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 381.  Why was Eddie Richenbacker considered to be famous American pilot?

     

    11/28/16

    šEQ:  How did WWI spur social, political, and economic change in the U.S.?

    šI will:  Evaluate how change increased government power and expanded economic opportunities.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 389.  How did the rise in average annual income compare with the rise in prices from 1914 to 1920?

     

    11/29/16

    šEQ:  How did WWI spur social, political, and economic change in the U.S.?

    šI will:  Evaluate how change increased government power and expanded economic opportunities.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “One American’s Story” on pg. 388.  Why did women join the work force during WWI?

     

    11/30/16

    šEQ:  How did WWI spur social, political, and economic change in the U.S.?

    šI will:  Evaluate how change increased government power and expanded economic opportunities.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “One American’s Story” on pg. 388.  Why did women join the work force during WWI?

     

    12/1-12/2/16

    šEQ:  How did WWI end and why did Wilson fail with his peace plan?

    šI will:  Evaluate the issues that were left unresolved and led to WWII.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “One American’s Story on pg. 398.  Why did the Allied victors reject Wilson’s peace program?

     

    12/5/16

    šEQ:  What caused the Great Depression?

    šI will:  Analyze documents and develop reasons of why the Great Depression happened.

    šBell Ringer:  What do you think the word “Depression” means?

     

    12/6/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Where does a thesis statement go in an essay?

     

    12/7/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  When are you supposed to restate your thesis in an essay?

     

    12/8-12/9/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Where does your evidence go in the essay?

     

    12/12/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Finish Questions and Write Essay.

     

    12/13/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Finish Questions and Write Essay.

     

    12/14-12/16/16

    šEQ:  What content have I mastered in the first Semester?

    šI will:  Complete the semester exam.

    šBell Ringer:  Leave stuff in the room.  We are going to a computer lab.

     

    1/4/17

    šEQ:  What do I need to do to be successful for the rest of the year?

    šI will:  Share school wide expectations and procedures.

    šBell Ringer:  Write down 5 things that you have learned so far in class.

     

    1/5-1/6/17

    šEQ:  How did dictators in the 30’s and 40’s gain power in Europe and Asia?

    šI will:  Identify the types of governments that took power in Russia, Italy, Germany, and Japan.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 528.  What did Americans think about the wars in Europe at first?

     

    1/9/17

    šEQ:  How did Hitler’s actions start World War II?

    šI will:  Analyze Germany’s invasion of European countries.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 538.  Name three countries that Germany invaded.

     

    1/10/17

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to pg. 538, Why would appeasement(letting a bully get away with something so you don’t have to fight him) appeal to some countries when they dealt with Hitler?

     

    1/11/17

    šEQ:  How was the Holocaust an atrocity against basic human rights?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of the Holocaust.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 542.  Why do you think that the officer separated Gerda from her mother?

     

    1/12-1/13/17

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 545.  Approximately what percentage of the total Jewish population in Europe was murdered during the Holocaust?

    šDivide smaller number by the larger number and multiple by 100.

     

    1/17/17

    šEQ:  How did the U.S. get involved in WWII?

    šI will:  Analyze the U.S.’s response to fighting in Europe and with Japan.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 550.  What did President Roosevelt say the United States was going to be in the war?

     

    1/18/17

    šEQ:  How did the U.S. get involved in WWII?

    šI will:  Analyze the U.S.’s response to fighting in Europe and with Japan.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 550.  What did President Roosevelt say the United States was going to be in the war?

     

    1/19-1/20/17

    šEQ:  How did the US build their military during WWII?

    šI will:  Evaluate how the US mobilized after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

    šBell Ringer:  What is the cartoon trying to get people to do?

     

    1/23/17

    šEQ:  How did the US build their military during WWII?(same)

    šI will:  Evaluate how the US mobilized after the attack on Pearl Harbor.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the graph on pg. 564.  In what year did aircraft and ship production reach their highest production levels?

     

    1/24/17

    šEQ:  How did the U.S. assume a leading role in WW2?

    šI will:  Analyze how the Allied forces battled the Axis powers.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 569.  What kind of horrors did the soldiers face in the war?

     

    1/25/17-Early Release

    šEQ:  How did the U.S. assume a leading role in WW2?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze how the Allied forces battled the Axis powers.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Turn in any missing work.

     

    1/26-1/27/17

    šEQ:  How did the U.S. assume a leading role in WW2?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze how the Allied forces battled the Axis powers.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 572.  Name two countries that were neutral during WWII.

     

    1/30/17

    šEQ:  How did the US defeat Japan in the war in the Pacific?

    šI will:  Analyze the tactics used to end the war with Japan.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 580.  What would the US have to do to get close to Japan?

     

    1/31/17

    šEQ:  How did the US defeat Japan in the war in the Pacific?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the tactics used to end the war with Japan.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Point and CounterPoint on pg. 585.  Do you think the US was justified in dropping an atomic bomb on Japan?

     

    2/1/17

    šEQ:  How did the atomic bomb affect the people of Japan?

    šI will:  Evaluate the effects of the atomic bombs used in WWII.

    šBell Ringer:  Why did the US drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima?

     

    2/2-2/3/17

    šEQ:  How did WWII provide more economic opportunities for the US?

    šI will:  Analyze how the US changed due to the war.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 591.  To which geographic region did the greatest number of African Americans migrate?

     

    2/6-2/7/17

    šEQ:  What differences created a Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union?

    šI will:  Analyze how the US and Soviet Union became superpowers.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 605.  How did the US and Soviet Union split Germany and Berlin after WWII?

     

    2/8/17

    šEQ:  What differences created a Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze how the US and Soviet Union became superpowers.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 604.  What is one economic reason the US wanted to be involved in Europe?

     

    2/9/17

    šEQ:  What differences created a Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze how the US and Soviet Union became superpowers.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 606.  Which two countries received the most aid?  Why?

     

    2/10/17

    šEQ:  How did the United States get involved in China and Korea?

    šI will:  Evaluate how China became communist and Korea split.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 610.  How did Mao Zedong win over Chiang Kai-shek?

     

    2/13/17

    šEQ:  How did the United States get involved in China and Korea?(same)

    šI will:  Evaluate how China became communist and Korea split.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 613.  How far south did the North Koreans push the UN forces?

     

    2/14/17

    šEQ:  How did the Cold War produce a fear of communism in the US?

    šI will:  Analyze how people were charged with crimes related to being communist.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the political cartoon on pg. 620.  What does the cartoon say about the organization on the car?

     

    2/15/17

    šEQ:  How did the Cold War affect US policies in other countries?

    šI will:  Analyze the US and Soviet Union’s close call with a nuclear war.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 622.  What was school like for the little girl in the 1950’s?

     

    2/16-2/17/17

    šEQ:  What are the main factors contributing to the Cold War?

    šI will:  Analyze documents on the beginnings of the Cold War.

    šBell Ringer:  What idea was the United States afraid of and wanted to contain?

     

    2/21/17

    šEQ:  How did the Soviet’s threats develop the US into a military superpower?

    šI will:  Evaluate the Kennedy administration’s confrontation with the Soviets.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 670.  What did President Kennedy say that the US needed to confront?

     

    2/22/17

    šEQ:  How did the Soviet’s threats develop the US into a military superpower? (same)

    šI will:  Evaluate the Kennedy administration’s confrontation with the Soviets. (same)

    šBell Ringer: Look at the picture of the Kennedy’s on pg. 672.  How might pictures like this help the president?

     

    2/23-2/24/17

    šEQ:  How did Kennedy’s space program increase scientific and engineering advances in the US?

    šI will:  Evaluate how Kennedy had his New Frontier ideas passed.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 679.  What was important about the Freedom 7 launch?

     

    2/27/17

    šEQ:  What reforms were created in the 1960’s that had a lasting effect?

    šI will:  Analyze how reforms helped with civil rights and poverty.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 686.  How did Johnson’s Great Society help Larry Alfred?

     

    2/28/17

    šEQ:  What reforms were created in the 1960’s that had a lasting effect?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze how reforms helped with civil rights and poverty.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Read “World Stage:  The War in Vietnam” on pg. 688.  Why was the U.S. involved in Vietnam?

     

    3/1/17

    šEQ:  What did the Kennedy and Johnson administration do for the U.S.?

    šI will:  Complete Chapter 20 Test.

    šBell Ringer:  Name one thing the Great Society programs did for the U.S.?

     

    3/2/17

    šEQ:  What did the Kennedy and Johnson administration do for the U.S.?

    šI will:  Complete Chapter 20 Test.

    šBell Ringer:  Name one thing the Great Society programs did for the U.S.?

     

    3/3/17

    šEQ:  What did the Kennedy and Johnson administration do for the U.S.?

    šI will:  Complete Chapter 20 Test.

    šBell Ringer:  Name one thing the Great Society programs did for the U.S.?

     

    3/6/17

    šEQ:  What did the Kennedy and Johnson administration do for the U.S.?

    šI will:  Complete Chapter 20 Test.

    šBell Ringer:  Name one thing the Great Society programs did for the U.S.?

     

    3/7/17

    šEQ:  What Supreme Court cases helped civil rights?

    šI will:  Evaluate the effectiveness of court decisions on civil rights.

    šBell Ringer:  What does civil rights mean to you?

     

    3/8/17

    šEQ:  What Supreme Court cases helped civil rights?(same)

    šI will:  Evaluate the effectiveness of court decisions on civil rights.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the court case on pg. 708.  What was the ruling for the case of Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka?

     

    3/9-3/10/17

    šEQ:  How did protests help push to end segregation?

    šI will:  Analyze how civil rights activists desegregated the U.S.

    šBell Ringer:  Name two places that African Americans were able to desegregate.

     

    3/20/17

    šEQ:  How did protests help push to end segregation?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze how civil rights activists desegregated the U.S.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What is segregation?  What is desegregation?

     

    3/21/17

    šEQ:  Did MLK or Malcolm X have a better philosophy for America?

    šI will:  Analyze documents on MLK and Malcolm X.

    šBell Ringer:  What type of resistance was MLK trying to preach?

     

    3/22-3/23/17

    šEQ:  Did MLK or Malcolm X have a better philosophy for America?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents on MLK and Malcolm X.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What religions were MLK and Malcolm X?

     

    3/27/17

    šEQ:  Did MLK or Malcolm X have a better philosophy for America?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents on MLK and Malcolm X.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Where does the thesis statement go in an introduction?

     

    3/28/17

    šEQ:  Did MLK or Malcolm X have a better philosophy for America?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents on MLK and Malcolm X.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  How do you cite evidence?

     

    3/29/17

    šEQ:  How did the United States enter into a war with Vietnam?

    šI will:  Analyze how the U.S. tries to stop communism in Southeast Asia.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 730.  Why does the U.S. fight a war against Vietnam?

     

    3/30-3/31/17

    šEQ:  How did the United States enter into a war with Vietnam?

    šI will:  Analyze how the U.S. tries to stop communism in Southeast Asia.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 730.  Why does the U.S. fight a war against Vietnam?

     

    4/3/17

    šEQ:  How did the United States enter into a war with Vietnam?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze how the U.S. tries to stop communism in Southeast Asia.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Read “One American’s Story” on pg. 730.  Why does the U.S. fight a war against Vietnam?(same)

     

    4/4/17

    šEQ:  How did the Vietnam war affect the United States?

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the war in Vietnam.

    šBell Ringer:  Look in the glossary and define the word “communism”.

     

    4/5/17

    šEQ:  How did the Vietnam war affect the United States?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the war in Vietnam.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 733.  On what line is Vietnam going to be split on?

     

    4/6-4/7/17

    šEQ:  How did the Vietnam war affect the United States?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the war in Vietnam.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the picture on pg. 738.  How did the Vietcong outsmart American soldiers?

     

    4/10/17

    šEQ:  How did the Vietnam war affect the United States?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the war in Vietnam.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 743.  During what year did the U.S. have the most troops in Vietnam?

     

    4/11/17

    šEQ:  How did the Vietnam war affect the United States?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the war in Vietnam.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 749.  through which two countries did the Ho Chi Minh trail go through?

     

    4/12/17

    šEQ:  How did the Vietnam war affect the United States?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the war in Vietnam.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  According to the map on pg. 753, Who won the most states in the Election of 1968?

     

    4/13/17

    šEQ:  How did the Vietnam war affect the United States?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the war in Vietnam.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 755.  Between what years did the amount of bombs used in Vietnam increase?