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.  

Link to online textbook from causes of WWII to end of the semester.

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

April 13 - Define the names and terms on page 710. 
April 14 - Using last week's notes and the online text, answer questions 2 and 3 on page 715. For question 2, you do not need to write a paragraph -- just make the graph.
April 15 - On page 719 answer questions 1-2 about American Gothic, probably the most well known American painting there is. Also define the 5 names and terms on page 720.
April 16 - Define the names and terms on page 721.
April 17 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to submit work from this week.

April 20 - Define the names and terms on 528.
April 21 - Look at the map on page 530 and answer questions 1-2. Look at the map on page 532 and answer questions 1-2.
April 22 - Define the names and terms on 536.
April 23 - Click here and click here for some class notes on the events leading to the start of World War II. Review those notes.
April 24 - Answer any questions from the week. Click here to turn in work from this week.

​April 27 - On page 535 answer questions 2 and 3. The notes from April 23 will help you answer these. 
April 28 - Read pages 536 - 538. Look at the map on page 538 and answer questions 1-2
April 29 - Read pages 550-551. Define the names and terms on 550.
April 30 - Answer any questions from the week's work. Click here to turn in work for the week.
May 1 - No school.

May 4 - No school.
May 5 - No school.
May 6 - Look at the cartoon on 551 about Germany in WWII and answer questions 1-2. Read pages 552 - 554 about the U.S. entering World War II.
May 7 - Look at the map on page 556 and answer questions
 1-2. Read pages 555 - 557 to help you answer those questions.
May 8 -  Define the names and terms on page 558.
May 9 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to submit week's work.

May 11 - Click here to view a review packet for the AP exam. Using that packet and your own notes, click here to answer some questions that will help you review for the test.
May 12 - Click here for another set of questions to help you review for the exam. 
May 13 - Click here for another set of questions to help you review for the exam.
May 14 - Define the names and terms on 562. Also look on page 566 about how Hollywood helped to get public support for the war. Answer questions 1-2.
May 15 - Answer any questions from the week. Click here to submit week's work. Rest up for the AP exam, review all your notes, and good luck!

May 18 - Read pages 562 - 565. On page 564 looks at the graphs on production during the war and answer questions 1-2.
May 19 - On page 566 read about how Germany was portrayed in American movies. Answer questions 1-2. 
May 20. Read pages 566 - 568.
May 21 - Define the names and terms on 568.
May 22 - Answer any questions from the week's work. Click here to submit your work.

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May 29 - Answer any questions from the week's work. Click here to submit your work.