Thursday, April 14. The test study guide is attached.
1. Reform Movements gallery walk.
* Divide a paper into 4 sections: Social reforms, Education reforms, Abolition, Women's Rights
* With your group, go to the a section of the room featuring a reform that you are not already an expert on. Examine the posters and take notes on the following:
a. problems faced,
b. goals of the reform movement
c. process to achieve goals
e. key people involved
* When done, switch to another reform movement and repeat the steps above. Do this 2 times.
* Fill in the section for the reform movement that you are experts on last.
Monday, April 11
1. Periods 1 & 5: finish reform movements posters
1. Periods 2, 4, 6, 7: Watch the video "Harriet Tubman" ( Animated Hero Classics Episode 12)
Divide a notebook paper into 4 sections and label each:
1. problems faced
3. steps to achieve each goal
Take notes as you watch the video.
(On Tuesday: No periods 1, 3, or 5 due to FSA Science testing. Students in these classes need to read the text pages for the reform topic that was assigned to their group on Monday. )
1. 1800’s Reform Movements Posters
The purpose of this group presentation is to create a poster that informs others about one of the reform movements in the 1800’s. Reform topics include
Using your textbooks (AHON chapter 12 and History Alive! chapter 18) and other sources, research the reform movement that has been assigned to your group. Then, create a poster that will inform your classmates about your reform movement. Your poster needs to include information about your movement and visual graphics. You will be presenting your poster to the class who will be taking notes on your presentation.
***Specific details for your reform topic are located in the attached directions.