- Do Now
- Good News
- Reform Movements Introduction
- Reform Movement Research
- Wrap Up
- Describe the beliefs and outcomes of the reform movements in the United States.
- Read page 376-381; answer questions 1-5 on page 381 Due Friday
- Monroe Doctrine, Abolition, Compulsory Education, Manifest Destiny, Suffrage, Temperance
Day in Review:
We began class by working on a vocabulary builder, and checked in our homework from last week, and then went over the answers as a class. We then were introduced to the group project we will be working on the next few weeks, which will look at the reform movements of the early 1800s in the United States. Each group was assigned one of the movements that they will research and present to the class. Each group was responsible for assigning roles for each person in the group, creating a presentation, and sharing that information with Mr. Berry. Student then had the rest of the class to research their topics.
Assignments and Resources: