What do ALL of these things have in common? The Berlin Airlift, The Korean War, The Space Race, The Cuban Missile Crisis, The Berlin Wall, The Vietnam War. Did you say The COLD War between the Soviet Union and emerging Communist countries and the USA and its NATO allies? That’s what we are learning about […]
The USA has entered World War II on the side of the Allies. Churchill has convinced us to liberate EUROPE first. Then, we will attack the Pacific islands and Japanese forces with our rebuilt Navy. Have you heard of Island Hopping? Do you have a family member who fought in World War II? Upcoming TEST […]
ALABAMA goes to War! Birmingham steel played a major role in World War II especially at the Tennessee Coal and Iron company (TCI) producing more than 1.5 million tons of steel per day. Mobile, AL was home to two ship building shipyards. And of course, there is a famous military training site in AL, home […]
World War II Learning Guide A World Wide Depression and problems left from World War I have allowed many countries to fall into the control of dictatorships. We are beginning the study of World War II. Will America stay neutral as bombs fall on London?
GOLD GRADE test this Friday, February 9th, on the topic of the Great Depression: CH 10 and also repeated in the USA Studies Weekly WEEK 11 and WEEK 12. Great Depression Learning Guide NOTES
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How close did we come to having 15 justices on the Supreme Court? What is court -packing? Our study of the Great Depression continues this week. (CH 10 and Weeks: 11,12) Did 250,000 teenagers really live the hobo life riding trains and looking for jobs? WE have our first GOLD grade test for this semester […]
We are moving into our study of the American Experience of the Great Depression. It is covered in CH 10 of the textbook and WEEKS 11, 12, and 13 of the newspapers USA Studies Weekly. Our first GOLD grade will be a vocabulary test from the Learning Guide on WED 1/31. CaiolaGreatDepressionLGCH10.docx (2)
“Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of the desire to understand.” -Neil Armstrong Want to submit a Quote of the Week? Use Google Form on the ABOUT page of your Google Classroom. Deadline each week is Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday our 6th grade students are doing ACT interim tests online with Chromebooks. Tuesday the Americanism Essay 2018 is due! Students worked on this in class WED-FRI last week. The 100 point silver grade may be turned into me electronically. A PRINTED or hand written copy in BLUE or BLACK ink must also […]