Last week's lesson was our last on WWII. In the next few weeks, we will be covering 1) The Civil Rights Movement, 2) The Cold War, and 3) 80s/90s/Early 2000s pop culture!
Here is a recap of what we have covered during distance learning:
Week 1: Japanese American Internment in the U.S. during WWII
Week 2: Life on the Home Front during WWII and what life was like for many different groups in the U.S. during WWII
Week 3: America and the Holocaust
Week 4: The End of WWII and the Atomic Bombs
Week 5: The Civil Rights Movement (Key Leaders, Major Philosophies, the 4 "I's" of Oppression) (THIS WEEK!)
Take a look at the weekly plan below outlining the lesson plan. Your reflection questions are due on Canvas by Friday, May 8th. Please remember that if you consult with other students, your answers must still be your own and be in your own words!
We will NOT have an all-class WebEx meeting this week BUT WE WILL HAVE ONE NEXT WEEK! I will be available on WebEx during the times below this week IF you have any questions! If you want to schedule a one-on-one WebEx meeting, I am also happy to do that---just email me! email@example.com
Monday, May 4th (Just to ask questions if needed, NOT a whole class meeting)
4th Period: 10:05-10:35am
6th Period: 10:45-11:15am
Tuesday, May 5th (Just to ask questions if needed, NOT a whole class meeting)
5th Period: 10:05-10:35am
PLEASE NOTE: The link I provide for Dr. King's Letter from a Birmingham Jail is a shortened version that does not contain the answers to questions 3 or 4. I've sent an email with more details. You can skip question #3 but please take a look at the full letter to answer question #4 about "just and unjust laws". Link to Letter