Krystal and Ada,

Here is what we will be doing each day from March 9 until further notice. On Friday during class, take a photo of the work you completed and send it to ucriverside98@yahoo.com so that I can give you credit in the gradebook. Because of travel restrictions, I am guessing that taking the AP exam is unlikely. SAT tests around China have already been cancelled. 

Link to online textbook chapter you will need for some work. Be patient as this may take a minute or two to load.

March 9 - Click here for some notes on life in America after World War I. Using those notes and the text, define the terms on page 624.  
March 10 - Using the notes and the text, define the terms on page 627. 
March 11 - Answer questions 1-2 on page 629. These questions deal with a famous highway that was built during the 1920s. Then answer questions 1-2 on page 632. You will have to read some of the text to help you answer these questions. 
March 12 - On page 636 answer questions 2-5. You will need to look back in the notes and the online text to help you answer these. 
March 13 - Answer questions about any work from the week, and then submit work by email (4 assignments). Click here for a link to send a photo of your work from the week.

March 16 - Click here to see some notes dealing with work you will have. Define the terms on page 645.
March 17 - On page 649, draw the graph under number 2 "taking notes." Using the text, add in how women's lifestyles, families, and jobs changed during the 1920s. Click here for a short reading about changes for women during the 1920s. 
March 18 - define the terms on page 657.
March 19 - On page 666, answer questions 2-5. You will have to look back in the chapter to help answer these.
March 20 - Answer any questions from the week's work you had problems with. Submit week's work by email (4 assignments). Click here for a link to submit photos of your work from the week.

March 23 - Click here to review some class notes on the causes of the Great Depression. Define the names and terms on page 670. 
March 24 - Look at the cartoon on page 673 and then answer the 3 questions. Also, click on the class notes from March 23 and answer the following question -- What were three weak areas of the U.S. economy during the 1920s? What was so bad about each of these weak areas of the economy? 
March 25 - On page 677 answer questions 2-3 under Main Ideas. For question 2 draw the same diagram as shown in the book. To answer look at the text or the notes I linked to March 23. Those notes will also help you on question 3.
March 26 - Look at the map and answer questions 1-2 on page 680. Also define the names and terms on 683.
March 27 - Click here to submit your work from this week.

March 30 - Click here to see some class notes on the start of the Great Depression in the United States. Define the names and terms on 670. Also answer this question -- Why did President Hoover not want to directly give government money to the poor during the bad economic times?
March 31 - On page 689 answer questions 2 and 3. For question 3, briefly describe what the Bonus Army was and that they wanted.
April 1 - On page 690 answer question 3-7. The notes will help some and the online text will help.
April 2 - Click here for some class notes on the New Deal to help with the Great Depression. Define the names and terms on page 694.
April 3 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Email work to me for credit

April 6 - No school.
April 7 - Answer questions 1 and 2 about the political cartoon on page 699. Then on page 700 make a chart to answer question 2. Include in your chart the following problems -- low prices for farm products, putting people to work, fairness in industry, and flood relief and production of electricity.  
April 8 - Click here for some class notes on the New Deal. Click here for some questions to answer about the New Deal and those who did not like it.
April 9 - Look at the famous photograph on page 703 and answer questions 1 and 2. Also on page 707 make a chart that answers the question using the following groups -- People living without electricity, old people, the unemployed, and workers. 
April 10 - Answer any question from week's work. Email me the week's work for credit