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Welcome to 8 th Grade U.S. History. Mr. Hughes. Monday, 10 March 2014. Planner page 75. 1. Current Events (Set 25) 2 . Story of Us (I) 3 . Cotton Industry 4 . Section 1 Review 5. Slave states map. History Standards: 8.7. Tuesday, 11 March 2014. Planner page 76.
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Welcome to 8th Grade U.S. HistoryMr. HughesMonday, 10 March 2014Planner page 75
  • 1. Current Events (Set 25)
  • 2. Story of Us (I)
  • 3. Cotton Industry
  • 4. Section 1 Review
  • 5. Slave states map
  • History Standards: 8.7Tuesday, 11 March 2014Planner page 76
  • 1. Current Event #2
  • 2. Chapter 12 Vocabulary
  • 3. Southern Society
  • 4. Chapter 12 Outline
  • 5. Slave States Map
  • Today’s History Standards is 8.7Wednesday, 12 March 2014Planner page 76
  • 1. Current Event #3
  • 2. Story of Us (II)
  • 3. Chapter 12 Vocabulary
  • 4. Slave Life
  • 5. Section 3 Outline
  • Today’s History Standards is 8.7Thursday, 13 March 2014Planner page 76
  • 1. Current Event #4
  • 2. Unchained Memories
  • 3. Middle Passage DBQ
  • 4. Substitute tomorrow
  • Today’s History Standard is 8.7Friday, 14 March 2014Planner page 76
  • 1. Current Event #5
  • 2. Frederick Douglass DBQ
  • 3. Growing up in Slavery
  • 4. Slaves: People vs. Property
  • Today’s History Standard is 8.7Current Events (Set 25)
  • 1. “Blackfished: California Law Bill Would Ban SeaWorld Orca Shows and Captive Breeding.”
  • Orca Welfare and Safety Act (AB2140) would end killer whale performance based entertainment.
  • Blackfish documentary highlights claims ill-treatment of orcas and problems with trainer safetyCurrent Event #22. “Trade Espionage: Two Men Convicted of Selling Secret Whitening Recipe to China for $20 Million.”Fines and minimum sentence of 15 years or more for selling DuPont Co.’s white pigment formula. TiO2Titanium dioxide (TiO2) pigment fetches $17 billion a year in sales worldwide (former employees tried to pull a Samuel Slater)Current Event #33. “Cryptic Lincoln Note Decoded: Soon-to-Be President Asked Friend to Court a Political Insider.”Researchers of the Papers of Abraham Lincoln say candidate was seeking favor to win New York votes.“Plausible deniability”Lincoln needed a middleman so that he wouldn’t seen with the insider during the campaignCurrent Event #44. “Malaysian Airlines Mystery: Officials Still Don’t Know Which way or for How Long Flight 370 was Flying.”Flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers disappeared over Gulf of Thailand.
  • Theories:
  • Mechanical failure?
  • Electrical failure?
  • Hijacking?
  • Pilot error?
  • Terrorist attack?
  • Alien abduction?
  • 43 ships and 39 aircraft from 8 nations searching an area 35,800 square miles for Boeing 777Current Event #55. “Rare Signed Two-Volume Copy of Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ Sells at Auction for $65,000.”Young Nazi leader’s autobiography and racist, anti-Jewish manifesto was written while he was in jail. At the time, he used the proceeds to pay for his criminal defenseHitler outlined his vision for the National Socialist movement founded on racist ideology in his bookSouthern Society in 18602%Planters(20 + slaves)15% Plainfolk)(Yeomenowned few slaves)50% poor whites(owned 0 slaves) (75% of white southerners) 8 million white & free>2%Free African Americans250,000 paid laborers & artisans 4 million black & slave32% = Slaves (1/3)Population: 67% white = 8 million, 33% slave/black = 4 millionToday’s History Standard is 8.7SlaveWork/jobs*House slaves*Field hands*Skilled jobs $*Religion*Spirituals*Folktales*FamilyLife asa slave*Runaway*Work slower*Rebellion*RevoltCoping withSlavery(Community)ChallengingSlavery (Resistance)Chapter 12 / Section 3 ReviewExit SlipAnswer one:Point of ViewPoint of ViewWhat empowered white southerners to maintain and control the institution of slavery in the South?Why / how did they do it?Describe the impact of slavery on families or individual slaves. How do you think slaves coped with / survived a life in bondage?History Standard: 8.7Right side:Growing up in SlaveryLeft side:Frederick Douglass DBQReflection questionsACAPS
  • Who?
  • What?
  • Where?
  • Why?
  • How?
  • 1. Author
  • 2. Context
  • 3. Audience
  • 4. Purpose
  • 5. Significance
  • Today’s History Standard is 8.7Slavery Primary SourcesToday’s History Standard is 8.7
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