Thursday, Aug. 28 Objective: • Today we will define conflict, continuity, and change by analyzing multiple events throughout history. • We will investigate how “change” was made/attempted early in African American History by examining primary documents. Agenda: • Turn In Facebook Page to the “Turn-in Bin”! • Warm Up • Picture Association • Historical Timeline/Amendments • Closure Pink Desk: Gather materials Pick your top 3 favorite NFL teams. Your team name will be based off the NFL teams: - Baltimore Ravens -Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins - Green Bay Packers Philedelphia Eagles - Minnesota Vikings Pittsburgh Steelers - Kansas City Cheifs Detroit Lions -Oakland Raiders San Diego Chargers -Seattle Seahawks NE Patriots -San Fran 49ers Tampa Bay Bucs -Houston Texans Carolina Panther - Indianapolis Colts Miami Dolphins -Jacksonville Jaguars Buffalo Bills -Tennesee Titans NY Giants - Chicago Bears NY Jets -Denver Broncos Cleveland Browns -Arizona Cardinals Cincinati Bengals - St. Louis Rams Warm Up Orange Desk- Collect Materials Green Desk- Recorder Pink Desk- Clean Up Yellow Desk- Gather Handouts/Check Master 1. How many days do you have to makeup an assessment (test) if you were absent? 2. What was the name of my Blink-182 cover band? 3. How many unexcused absences can you have until you “lose credit” (fail the course)? 4. What is the breakdown of all three graded categories? (How much percentage is homework, formative, and summative worth) Warm Up Orange Desk- Clean Up Green Desk- Gather Handouts/ Check Master Pink Desk- Gather Materials Yellow Desk- Recorder 1. True/False: The main motive for slavery in the Americas was to maximize profit. 2. What did the Europeans use to trade for slaves? a.) Guns b.) Rum c.) Clothes d.) All the above 3. _____-_______ _______ was the name given to the process of exchange of goods from Europe, to Africa, to the Colonies. 4. . True/False: All Africans in the Carribean and Colonies were slaves. Warm Up 1. What is your initial reaction to this ad? What is being sold? 2. How would you feel if you were a freedmen and you saw this? What if you were a white plantation owner? What about if you were a former slave? “Middle Passage: White Ships, Black Cargo” by Tom Feelings Tri-Angular Trade Factories Raw Materials Guns, Rum, & Clothing Labor -West Indies & Brazil combined to import ____% of African slaves. -Which 2 American locations had the least amount of slaves? Why? 1. How would you compare the physical landscape of New England and the Middle Colonies to that of the Lower South & Chesapeake? 2. How would you compare the population of A/As north and south of MD. 3. How does that relate to Question #1? “The slave traders, they knew that these were human beings, because they were obviously, clearly human beings. At the same time, they were objects of profit. And those two concepts couldn't coexist.The sense of humanity was simply suppressed for the sake of gold. And the shocking thing is that human beings are able to suppress their views on humanity for the sake of making profits.” B. Unsworth 1. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? 2. Have you ever done something for money when you knew it was wrong, or that it hurt someone? Primary Documents • We will be reading a pair of historical documents. – One is the first 10 Amendments (the Bill of Rights) including the antislavery amendments (Emancipation Proclamation and 13, 14, and 15). – The other is the state of Georgia’s Slave Codes where the treatment and justice for A/As was “slightly” skewed than the treatment of the White population of the Georgia. 1. Did you find what you expected to? Were there any surprises? 2. Which fundamental American principals (Amendments) do you believe the Georgia Slave Codes violate? DBQ • We will now start our first DBQ (Document Based Question) – Day 1: Do research and collectively work with your groups – Day 2 (Block): Continue Research and start analysis of documents. – Day 3: Organization and written essay due. “Who Killed Reconstruction?: The Second Civil War” DBQ pg. 1 • How would the • Radical following groups react Republicans: to the following Northerners Newspaper that supported headlines?: AA citizenship and civil rights. • Freedmen: Former slaves • Ku Klux Klan: • Carpetbaggers: White Northerners who went supremacist South to “help” with that opposed reconstruction. Reconstruction • Scalawags: Southerners and rights for who supported the North freedmen after the war. • Go through, read and answer all the documents and their questions. Green = Document A Pink = Document B Orange= Document C Yellow = Document D http://www.history.com/topics/carpetbagge rs-and-scalawags/videos#the-failure-ofreconstruction http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKJtrKo2 9G8&feature=related DBQs Once you’re done, you will meet with the other similar colored desks in the class to become an expert on your document. When your color groups are done meeting, it is up to you to teach your group about your specific Document. Doc. A (Letter on the KKK and Cartoon) 1. What group or groups are the KKK threatening ? 2. According to Tourgee, what types of people are being attacked by the KKK? Why would the KKK attack these people? 3. How does the way John Stephens was killed support the idea the KKK was a terrorist organization? 4. How does this doc/carton help answer the DBQ question? Doc. B (Abram Colby Testimony) 1. Why did the KKK attack Colby? 2. According to Colby, what types of people make up the KKK? 3. What seems to be the ultimate goal of the KKK? 4. What is the main idea of the cartoon? Doc. C (Northern Corruption) 1. Explain the phrase “weary ‘Negro Question’” an “’sick of carpet bag’ government”. 2. What is Pres. Grant trying to find in the barrel? 3. If Pres. Grant was busy with scandals, what is likely to happen to his focus on Reconstruction efforts in the South? 4. Why might increased anger about corruption in government lead to less interest in government attempts to reconstruct the South? Doc. D (The Death of Reconstruction; Race) 1. According to the transcript, why did some people believe blacks were unfit to be government officials? 2. How does the letter show that racism existed in the North? 3. How does this cartoon and letter help explain why Northerners lost interest in Reconstruction? 4. How does the image depict politicians in the South? What Did You Learn In School Today? 1. List 3 differences between the Wade-Davis Bill, Pres. Johnson’s Plan and President Lincoln’s Plan. 2. Would you have supported Lincoln’s, Johnson’s Plan or the Wade-Davis Bill? Provide 2 reasons to support your position.