Week 1

Monday

OK PASS Objectives

 Evaluate the impact of industrialization on American society.
A. Identify the impact of new inventions and industrial production methods, including new technologies in transportation and communication between 1850-1920

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 49:6-12: The restoration of  Israel  was a small thing compared to God's great purpose in the world.  His purpose was that the whole earth would come to know and worship Him in spirit and truth.

Lesson # 51 video

 

Teach Lesson # 51 Industry and invention

Watch Thomas A. Edison Modern Marvels 43 min video

Watch Currier and Ives Dark Town 4 min video

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Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2: The student will analyze the impact of immigration, the settlement of the American West, and industrialization on American society.

2. Evaluate the impact of industrialization on American society.
A. Identify the impact of new inventions and industrial production methods, including new technologies in transportation and communication between 1850-1920 (e.g., Thomas Edison, Alexander G. Bell, Henry Ford, the Bessemer process, the Westinghouse Company, barbed wire, and the western cattle drives).

List the events that led to the great 
age of free enterprise or capitalism

Biblical Worldview:

1. ) We are God’s creation, designed to govern the world and fellowship with Him (Genesis1:27-28; 2:15).

BiblicalWorldView

 

Teach  Lesson # 51   Industry and invention

Watch Thomas A. Edison Modern Marvels 43 min video

Wed

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2:
1. Analyze the impact of immigration, migration and settlement patterns.
A. Analyze immigration, including the reasons for immigration, employment, settlement patterns, and contributions of various immigrant, cultural, and ethnic groups (e.g., Irish, Chinese, Italians, Germans, Japanese, and Southeast/Central Europeans) from 1850-1930.  Identify the major issues in the Gilded Age.

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 56:7:  God's house was to be a house of prayer for all the nations.

Lesson #52 video

Teach  Lesson #52    Reform and Reaction

Complete Hmwk Lesson # 51-53  Due 7:30 am Wed.

Watch Mark Twain 10 min video

Homework Tutorial 3min video

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2:

B. Describe the effects of the "muckrakers" (e.g., Carey Nation, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, Ida Tarbell, Upton Sinclair, and William Jennings Bryan) and reform movements (e.g., Women's Suffrage, Temperance, Populism, and the Grange Movement) that resulted in government policies affecting child labor, wages, working conditions, trade, monopolies, taxation and the money supply (e.g., Sherman Anti-trust Act and Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire).

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 59:16 - 60:5:  This passage reveals that although spiritual darkness would cover the earth because of sin, Jesus would arise with light and healing.  This holy light would be reflected throughout the entire world.  The Gentiles would come to this light from the most remote parts of the earth.

Lesson #53 video


Teach Lesson #53    Change and Challenge

Watch Bell's Induction Device 6 min video

Watch History of the Stock Exchange 26 min video

Friday

SAT 10 Objectives 7.4 Economics

7.4a Demonstrate an understanding of macroeconomic and microeconomic concepts from a national and international perspective.

Biblical Worldview:

Within the nations there are other divisions. The nation may be divided into states or provinces. People within nations are also divided into many tribes and people groups. Many people of our divided world have never heard the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. They do not know about the one true God.  They do not have God's written Word in their own language.


Watch two videos:

   America the Story of Us Cities:Statue of Liberty 11min video and

Southern Race Relationship in the 1870s video

and take pop quiz

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIH3yv6ZfKY

     
 

Week #2

Monday

Describe the effects of the "muckrakers" (e.g., Carey Nation, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, Ida Tarbell, Upton Sinclair, and William Jennings Bryan) and reform movements

Biblical Worldview:

The kings of the Gentile or heathen nations would hear the Gospel in astonishment.  Christ's death was to be for all peoples and nations of the earth.  His Gospel was to be proclaimed to all regions of the world.

Lesson #53 video

Finish Lesson #53  Change and Challenge

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIH3yv6ZfKY

Tuesday

Relate how settlers coped with the hardships of the frontier to their faith in God

Syllabus

Biblical Worldview:

Jeremiah 9:24:  God shows loving kindness, judgment, and righteousness in the earth.

Lesson 54 video

Give quiz over Lessons # 51-53

Teach Lesson # 54 Western Expansion

Watch Crime and Fiflth in the Cities 11 min video
Watch America Story of Us Homesteaders 9min video

Wed

OK PASS Objectives
1 E. Compare and contrast social attitudes and federal policies toward Native American peoples (e.g., the Indian Wars of 1850-1890, establishment of reservations, attempts at assimilation and the Dawes Act, and the destruction of the bison herds) and actions of the United States Army, missionaries, and settlers during the settlement of the American West, 1850-1890.

Biblical Worldview:

Jeremiah 5:9; 6:19; 7:28; 9:9; 10:10,11,25; 12:17; 23:5; 25:14,31; 51:25:  All speak of God's judgment upon evil nations of the world.

Jeremiah 16:19-21:  God's purpose for the nations to be achieved through Israel.

Lesson 55 video

 

Teach Lesson # 55 Indian Affairs

Complete Hmwk Lesson 54-57 due 7:30am Wed

Homework Tutorial 3min video

Watch wounded knee  video

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 3. The student will analyze the changing role of the United States in world affairs at the turn of the twentieth century. 1. Evaluate the motivations and impact of American Imperialism on international
relations. A. Identify the goals of and reasons for imperialism (e.g., Open Door Policy , annexation of Hawaii, influence of Admiral Alfred T. Mahan, and the concept of “white man’s burden”) explaining its impact on developed and developing nations (e.g., “banana republic”).


Biblical Worldview:

Jeremiah 33:9:  All nations of the earth will hear of the Lord.

Lamentations 3:37-39:  God will punish man for sin.

Lamentations 4:20:  Although we live among the heathen, we are under the shadow of God.

Lesson 56 video

Teach Lesson #56 International Expansion

Watch the History of Photography Modern Marvels 43min video

Friday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 3. B. Analyze the role of the Spanish-American War in the development of the United States as a world power (e.g., yellow journalism, Rough Riders, Platt Amendment, Teller Amendment, territorial acquisitions, and contributions of Admiral George Dewey ).

Biblical Worldview:

Joel 1:15:  Joel warned of  the "day of the Lord," which is the time of His judgment of the nations. He called for universal repentance.

Joel 2:28-32; 3:9-12:  Although all nations will experience God's judgment, they will also experience the gift of the Holy Spirit and the peace that will follow.

Lesson 57 video

Pop quiz today over Western Expansion.

Teach Lesson # 57 Spanish American War

Watch 60minutes David Kelly Design Thinking 13 min video

     

 

Week # 3

Monday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 3. B. Analyze the role of the Spanish-American War in the development of the United States as a world power 1 (e.g., yellow journalism, 1 Rough Riders, 1 Platt Amendment, 1 Teller Amendment, territorial acquisitions, 1 and contributions of Admiral George Dewey 1).


Biblical Worldview:

When Jesus was taken to the temple for dedication to God, as was the Jewish custom, Simeon recognized Him as the promised Savior of the world.

Martin Luther King day  no school

Watch King
Part 1 52min video
Part 2 38min video

Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2
: 2. Evaluate the impact of industrialization on American society
D. Evaluate the rise of the Progressive Movement in relation to political changes at the national and state levels

Biblical Worldview:

Amos 4:13:  Amos joins with the other prophets in declaring God's Lordship over the earth.
Amos 9:11-12:  God will raise up all nations called by His name.

Lesson 58 video

Give Quiz today over Lesson # 54-57

Start The Progressive Era


Teach Lesson # 58 Progressive Movement

Watch :Panama Canal video 37 min Use this movie viewing sheet for this on line video.

Wed

OK PASS Objectives Content Standard 2:
D. Evaluate the rise of the Progressive Movement in relation to political changes at the national and state levels (e.g., workplace protections, conservation of natural resources, increased political strength of third parties, the direct primary, initiative petition, referendum, and recall).

Biblical Worldview:

Obadiah 1:1:  God has sent His messengers among the nations.
Obadiah 1:15:  The day of judgment will come on the heathen.

Teach Lesson # 58 Progressive Movement

Complete Hmwk Lesson 58-59  Due Wed 7:30 am

Homework Tutorial 3min video

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 1:
6. Evaluate the continuing impact of Reconstruction policies on the South,
5) including southern reaction Plessy v. Ferguson, (1) and Jim Crow laws .

Content Standard 2:
B. Examine ethnic conflict and discrimination .e.g., Chinese

Biblical Worldview:  Zechariah 12:1: God is presented as Creator of man's spirit.  Zechariah 4:10: God's attention is  focused on the world.

Lesson 59 video

Teach Lesson # 59 Progressive Politics

Watch Panama Canal, Three Gorges Dam, Apollo 11,"The Most" 13 min video


Friday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 3. The student will analyze the changing role of the United States in world affairs at the turn of the twentieth century.
1. Evaluate the motivations and impact of American Imperialism on international
relations.
D. Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy and other presidential foreign policies from 1890-1910, including
“Big Stick Diplomacy,” “Dollar Diplomacy,” “Missionary Diplomacy,” the Great White Fleet, Roosevelt Corollary, and interventionism.

Biblical Worldview:

Zechariah 12:10; 13:1,6,7: Predicts the death of Jesus  for the sins of the world.
Zechariah 14:8-9:  God will become king over all the earth.

Pop quiz today over Progressive Movement

Watch The Truth About Oil 38 min video

Teach Lesson #59   Progressive Politics

Watch Conservative vs Liberal powerpoint

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-uz4XNYrTA


     

 

Week # 4

Monday

OK PASS Objectives
C. Evaluate the reasons for United States involvement in locating a canal in Central America 1 and the actions of President Theodore Roosevelt regarding the Panama Canal.

Biblical Worldview:

The kings of the Gentile or heathen nations would hear the Gospel in astonishment.  Christ's death was to be for all peoples and nations of the earth.  His Gospel was to be proclaimed to all regions of the world.

Watch George Washington Carver video 13 min
Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives  D. Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy and other presidential foreign policies from 1890-1910, including
“Big Stick Diplomacy,” “Dollar Diplomacy,” “Missionary Diplomacy,”

Biblical Worldview:

In the New Testament, after Israel's rejection of Jesus, a new group of people is raised up. That group is known as the Church which is composed of all born-again believers. Through the Church, God now is at work to reveal Himself to the world.

Give quiz over Lesson 58-59   
                                  

Watch Skyscrapers 10 min video

Watch russia in syria 2016 4min video

Wed

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2
2. Evaluate the impact of industrialization on American society
E. Examine the causes of the money panics of 1873, 1893, and 1907, explaining how the establishment of the Federal Reserve System addressed the problems.

Biblical Worldview:

I have glorified thee on the earth; I have finished the work which thou gavest me to do.  (John 17:4)

Lesson 60 video

Teach Lesson #60 Taft and the Presidency

Complete Hmwk Lesson # 60-63   Due Wed 7:30 am

Homework Tutorial 3min video

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2: 2. Evaluate the impact of industrialization on American society
A. Identify the impact of new inventions and industrial production methods, including new technologies in transportation and communication between 1850-1920

Biblical Worldview:

Genesis 1:1     The God of whom this verse speaks is the one true God.  The Bible is the written record of the acts and words of God.   When we speak of developing a Biblical world view, it means we base our understanding of the world on what is revealed by God in His written Word, the Bible.

Lesson 61 video

Teach Lesson 61  Wilson and New Freedom

Watch Einstein 90min video


Friday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2:
2. Evaluate the impact of industrialization on American society   A. Identify the impact of new inventions

Biblical Worldview:

Biblical world view revealed in the New Testament.  From the announcement of the birth of Jesus through His life, death, and resurrection, the New Testament emphasizes the world.

Lesson 62 video

Give pop quiz over Lesson 60 Taft and Lesson 61 Wilson's New Freedom.

Teach Lesson 62 Progressive Society

Watch Suspension Bridges "The Most" 9 min video

America the Story of Us Cities: henryfordsmodelt7min 11min video

Black History Month

Watch David Barton's American History in Black and White Pt 1  2   3   4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpVZj3pbEjc

     

 

Week # 5

Monday

 OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 2: 2. Evaluate the impact of industrialization on American society
D. Evaluate the rise of the Progressive Movement in relation to political changes at the national and state levels

Biblical World View: Jesus revealed His great love for the world by His conduct during His earthly ministry.

Lesson 63 video

 

Teach Lesson 63 Progressivism Evaluated

Watch 10 min video on the Ferris Wheel/

If there is time Watch video Roosevelt 1 and 2 No they  are not the same as in the lesson.



Tues

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 3. The student will analyze the changing role of the United States in world affairs at the turn of the twentieth century.
2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I on American politics, economy, and society.

Biblical Worldview:

Biblical world view revealed in the New Testament.  From the announcement of the birth of Jesus through His life, death, and resurrection, the New Testament emphasizes the world.

 

Give quiz over Lesson 60-63


 Turn in class notes Western Expansion #54 to Progressivism Evaluated #63.  For mid term grade. 

                                
Start The Great War (1913- 1920)
                                     

Watch on World War I 10 min video:

Wed

2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I on American politics, economy, and society.

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 49:6-12: The restoration of  Israel  was a small thing compared to God's great purpose in the world.  His purpose was that the whole earth would come to know and worship Him in spirit and truth.

Lesson 64 video

Teach Lesson 64 Idealism

  
Complete Hmwk Lesson #64-66 due Wed 7:30 am

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 3.
2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I on American politics, economy, and society.  and the effects of the war on the United States (e.g., mobilization, propaganda, women in the workplace , and the First Red Scare).

Biblical Worldview:

Read the announcement of the birth of Jesus by the angels in Luke 2:10-14.  Note the phrases "Behold, I bring  you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people" (verse 10) and "on earth, peace, good will toward men" (verse 14). "All people" means all the people of the world. This announcement of the birth of Jesus reveals He came for all people of the world.

Lesson 65 video

Teach  Lesson 65  Intervention 

King Kong on Empire State 17 min video


Friday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 3.
B. Examine the reasons why the United States did not join the League of Nations and for the nation's return to isolationism (e.g., Wilson’s Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles).

Biblical Worldview:

When Jesus was taken to the temple for dedication to God, as was the Jewish custom, Simeon recognized Him as the promised Savior of the world.  Read this incident in Luke 2:25-32. Simeon declared Jesus had  come to reconcile God and man. He said:

"Thy salvation. . .prepared before the face of all people. . . a light to lighten the Gentiles" [heathen]  (Luke 2:31-32).

Lesson 66 video

Pop quiz today over Lesson 64 Idealism.

Teach Lesson 66  Isolation

Watch Powderkeg Europe 1914 & Assassination of Ferdinand 45 min video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3KbQ21-it4

     

 

Week #6

Monday

OK PASS Objectives   Content Standard 3. B. Examine the reasons why the United States did not join the League of Nations and for the nation's return to isolationism (e.g., Wilson’s Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles).

Biblical Worldview:

When Jesus was taken to the temple for dedication to God, as was the Jewish custom, Simeon recognized Him as the promised Savior of the world.  Read this incident in Luke 2:25-32. Simeon declared Jesus had  come to reconcile God and man. He said:

"Thy salvation. . .prepared before the face of all people. . . a light to lighten the Gentiles" [heathen]  (Luke 2:31-32).

Lesson 66 video

Finish   Lesson 66  Isolation

After lesson watch Einstein 90min video

Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4: The student will describe the social; cultural; economic; and technological ideas and events in the United States in the era between the World Wars.  1. Compare and contrast cultural, economic, and social events and trends between the World Wars.

Biblical Worldview:

Psalms presents the earth as belonging to the Lord, with everything under His control (Psalms 24:1). It exalts God as the Most High over all the earth (Psalms 38:10; 97:9).

Lesson 67 video  67 assignment

Give quiz over Lesson 64-66

 

Watch Justice Black & Red Scare 3.5 min video

Wed

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4:
A. Evaluate literature, music, dance, and forms of entertainment of the 1920s and 1930s (e.g., the Harlem Renaissance, the Jazz Age, flappers, the “Lost Generation,” and “talkies”).

Biblical Worldview:

John also referred to Jesus as the "Lamb of God sent to take away the sin of the world": The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him and said, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world. (John 1:29)

Lesson 67 video   67 assignment

Teach Lesson #67 Normalcy and Naivete

Complete Hmwk Lesson # 67-69  due Wed 7:30am

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4: B. Investigate the long term effects of reform movements, such as the Women's Suffrage Movement, Temperance/ Prohibition Movements (e.g., the 18th, 19th, and 21st Amendments to the Constitution

Biblical Worldview:

John called Jesus the "light of the world":That was the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world. He was in the world, and the world was made by Him, and the world knew
Him not.  (John 1:9-10)

Lesson 68 video  68 assignment


                                   
Teach Lesson #68   Twenties Politicians

Watch Death of Warren Harding 3.5 min video

America the Story of Us Cities: Chicago Race Riots 7min video

Friday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4: The student will describe the social; cultural; economic; and technological ideas and events in the United States in the era between the World Wars.  1. Compare and contrast cultural, economic, and social events and trends between the World Wars.

Biblical Worldview:

Jesus revealed His great love for the world by His conduct during His earthly ministry.  Read about the  feeding  of the 5,000 in Matthew 14:13-21.  The disciples saw the crowd as an inconvenience.  Jesus saw them as an opportunity to show God's love.

Lesson 69 video  69 assignment

Pop quiz today over Normalcy and Naivete.

 

Finish Lesson #69   New Ideas

Watch 9 min video on "The Dead" and Roman Catacombs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5Za7N87qI4


     

 

Week # 7

Monday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4: The student will describe the social; cultural; economic; and technological ideas and events in the United States in the era between the World Wars.  1. Compare and contrast cultural, economic, and social events and trends between the World Wars.

Biblical Worldview:

Jesus revealed His great love for the world by His conduct during His earthly ministry.  Read about the  feeding  of the 5,000 in Matthew 14:13-21.  The disciples saw the crowd as an inconvenience.  Jesus saw them as an opportunity to show God's love.

Lesson 69 video  69 assignment

President's Day - No School      possible snow makeup day.

Finish

Lesson #69 New Ideas


Watch Scopes and Darwin's Evolution 9 min video

What is the Rule of 72?


Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4:
The student will describe the social; cultural; economic; and technological ideas and events in the United States in the era between the World Wars.
A. Evaluate literature, music, dance, and forms of entertainment of the 1920s and 1930s

Biblical Worldview:

Jeremiah 9:24:  God shows loving kindness, judgment, and righteousness in the earth.

Give quiz over Lesson 67-69

Watch Molasses Disaster 6 min video

Wed

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4: A. Evaluate the impact of the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl (e.g., migration of the Okies and exodusters), and the New Deal economic policies on business and agriculture, as well as on the American people, their culture and political behavior..

Biblical Worldview:

Now we believe, not because of thy saying:  for we have heard Him ourselves, and know that this is indeed the Christ, the Savior of the world. 
(John 4:42)

It was at this time Jesus shared with His disciples the great vision of worldwide spiritual harvest. He said: Say not ye, There are yet four months, and then cometh harvest?  behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.  (John 4:35)

Lesson 70 video  70 assignment

Teach Lesson #70   Roaring Twenties

Complete Hmwk Lesson # 70-71  due Wed 7:30am

Watch Lindbergh video 5 min

Watch Ma Barker 2.5min video


Thursday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4:
2. Analyze the effects of the destabilization of the American economy.

Biblical Worldview:

. . . Wheresoever this Gospel shall be preached throughout the whole world, this also that she hath done shall be spoken of for a memorial of her. (Mark 14:9)

By this statement, Jesus revealed it was His plan that the Gospel go to the whole world.

Lesson 71 video  71 assignment

Teach Lesson #71  From Roar to Ruin

America the Story of Us: Stock Market Crash and Bank Runs 6 min video

Friday

B. Identify causes contributing to an unstable economy (e.g., the increased reliance on installment buying , a greater willingness to speculate and buy on margin in the stock market, and government reluctance to interfere in the economy or laissez-faire policy

Biblical Worldview:

Jeremiah 5:9; 6:19; 7:28; 9:9; 10:10,11,25; 12:17; 23:5; 25:14,31; 51:25:  All speak of God's judgment upon evil nations of the world.

Jeremiah 16:19-21:  God's purpose for the nations to be achieved through Israel.

Lesson 71 video  71 assignment

Give pop quiz over Roaring Twenties

Finish Lesson #71   From Roar to Ruin

Watch Stock Exchange History 26 min video

Watch Dams 4 min video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gK13fTr1XrE

     

 

Week # 8

Monday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4:
2. Analyze the effects of the destabilization of the American economy.

B. Identify causes contributing to an unstable economy (e.g., the increased reliance on installment buying , a greater willingness to speculate and buy on margin in the stock market, and government reluctance to interfere in the economy or laissez-faire policy

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 52:13-15:  The servant mentioned in this passage is Jesus.  He would suffer for the redemption of the world.  The kings of the Gentile or heathen nations would hear the Gospel in astonishment.

Lesson 71 video  71 assignment

Finish Lesson #71 From Roar to Ruin

Watch America the Story of Us: Crash 1930s Bank Run 5min video

Watch Stock Exchange History 26 min video

Watch Dust Bowl: American Experience 50 min video

Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 4:
D. Analyze the effects of the Stock Market Crash between October 1929 and March 1933 (e.g., unemployment , the shrinking economy , Herbert Hoover’s economic policies , the “Bonus Army ,” Securities and Exchange Commission, “Hoovervilles ,” and the presidential election of 1932)

Biblical Worldview:

Read about  the cleansing of the temple in Mark 11:15-17.  Jesus again emphasized the world as He said:. . . Is it not written, My house shall be called of all nations the house of prayer? (Mark 11:17)

Watch Skype Laughter video

Watch Boatlift, An Untold Tale of 9/11 Resilience video

Give quiz over Lesson 70-71  


Watch Horsepower 14min video

Wed

D. Analyze the effects of the Stock Market Crash between October 1929 and March 1933

Biblical Worldview:

Today, many of our centers of worship have departed from God's purpose.  We need Jesus to cleanse us once again so we can fulfill His plan that. . .

. . . Mine house shall be called an house of prayer for all people [all nations]. (Isaiah 56:7)

Lesson 72 video   72 assignment

Start Lesson # 72   Hoover Gets the Blame

 Complete Hmwk Lesson # 72-74 Due Wed 7:30 am

New Deal 5.5 min video


Thursday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 4:B. Assess the impact of the expanded role of government in the economy since the 1930s. (e.g., FDR’s “New Deal,” deficit spending and new federal agencies – Social Security Administration, FDIC, TVA, WPA, and CCC).

Biblical Worldview:

Jesus stressed God's plan for the world in His teaching as well as His conduct.  Matthew 5:13-16:  The followers of Jesus are to be  salt of the earth and the light of the world.  Matthew 6:10: Confirms God has a will and plan to be accomplished in earth.

Lesson 73 video  73 assignment

Teach Lesson # 73    FDR and the New Deal

America the Story of Us Hoover Dam 16min video  US 3rd Wk 7

Watch The Grapes of Wrath Watch Illegal Immigration video 3.5 min

 

Friday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 4:
The student will describe the social; cultural; economic; and technological ideas and events in the United States in the era between the World Wars. 3. Analyze the Great Depression, the Dust Bowland the New Deal economic policies.

Biblical Worldview:

John 12:47:  Jesus said He came to save the world.  John 10:1-16:  This passage predicts the Gospel would be preached to the Gentile nations, "sheep" not of the fold of Israel. Lines of separation would be removed as all people became "sheep of one fold."  John 12:20-36:  Jesus said He would draw all men to Himself by dying for the sins of the world. He would draw men and women from every part of the world.

Lesson 74 video  74 assignment

Teach Lesson # 74 Worst of Times, Best of Times

Give pop quiz over FDR and the New Deal

Watch America the Story of Us Dust Storms 7 min video

Watch FDR Assassination Attempt 3min video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJRwQpYQo9A

     

 


Week#9

Monday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 5:
The student will analyze the major causes, events, and effects of United States’ involvement in World War II.
1. Examine changes in American society and government policy as the nation prepared for and entered World War II.

Biblical Worldview:

Jesus revealed His great love for the world by His conduct during His earthly ministry.  Read about the  feeding  of the 5,000 in Matthew 14:13-21.  The disciples saw the crowd as an inconvenience.  Jesus saw them as an opportunity to show God's love.

Watch African Americans Pt 4 Making a Way Out Of No Way 52min

Watch America the Story of Us Joe Lewis 9min video

Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 5:
A. Relate the rise of totalitarian regimes in the Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, and Japan to the rise of communism, Nazism, and fascism in the 1930s and 1940s, and the response of the United States.

Biblical Worldview:

Jesus told  many parables during His earthly ministry.  Parables are natural  examples used to illustrate spiritual truths. They have been  called "earthly stories with heavenly meanings."  In parables Jesus revealed more about God's plan for the world.

Lesson 75 video   75 assignment

Give quiz over Lesson #72-74

Start The World at War


Teach Lesson #75   A Time of Tyrants

Wed

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 5:
A. Relate the rise of totalitarian regimes in the Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, and Japan to the rise of communism, Nazism, and fascism in the 1930s and 1940s, and the response of the United States.

Biblical Worldview:

The Good Samaritan: (Luke 10)

The people of Israel did not have good relationships with the Samaritan people.  The question "Who is my neighbor" had long been discussed among the religious leaders.  This story taught the proper attitude towards those of other cultures.

Lesson 75 video  75 assignment

Teach Lesson # 75   A Time of Tyrants

Complete Hmwk Lesson # 75-76 due Wed 7:30 am

Watch Justice Black and the KKK 9 min video

Watch Jesse Owens Am Experinece video  Movie viewing sheet

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 5:
B. Describe the roles of appeasement and isolationism in the United States’ reluctance to involve itself in world conflicts during 1937-1941 (e.g., the Lend-Lease Act, and the Neutrality Acts).

Biblical Worldview:

The Prodigal Son: (Luke 15)

The attitude of the  elder brother in this story was like that of the religious leaders in Israel at the time of Jesus.  They did not want the love of God extended to other nations.  They resented the fact that those of other nations would come to know the salvation of God.

Lesson 76 video  76 assignment


Teach Lesson # 76   Isolation and Infamy


Watch America the Story of Us Start of WWII ; Jeeps 12 minvideo

Watch Blitz: London's Longest Night 8 min video

Friday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 5:
B. Describe the roles of appeasement and isolationism in the United States’ reluctance to involve itself in world conflicts during 1937-1941 (e.g., the Lend-Lease Act, and the Neutrality Acts).

Biblical Worldview:

If we are critical of Israel, we must remember that many in the modern church have this same attitude.  We rest securely in the blessings of the Gospel with little concern about those still in heathen darkness without Jesus.

Pop quiz today over lesson.

Watch Pearl Harbor
Pt 1 36 min Pt 2 30 min Use Movie Viewing Sheet

Watch America the Story of Us Women in World War II 6min video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABqc7jOX70s

     

 

Week#10

Monday

OK PASS Objectives Content Standard 5:
2. Describe events affecting the outcome of World War II.
A. Identify major battles, military turning points, and key strategic decisions in both the European and Pacific Theaters of operation (e.g., Pearl Harbor;

Biblical World View:

  The Prodigal Son: (Luke 15) The attitude of the  elder brother in this story was like that of the religious leaders in Israel at the time of Jesus.  They did not want the love of God extended to other nations.  They resented the fact that those of other nations would come to know the salvation of God.

Finish watching  Pearl Harbor
Pt 1 36 min Pt 2 30 min Use Movie Viewing Sheet

Give Month, Day, Year pop quiz

Watch America the Story of Us: World War II Bombers 8 min video

Current Events :  Gun Control TRMS 13min video


Tuesday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 5:
A. Identify major battles, military turning points, and key strategic decisions in both the European and Pacific Theaters of operation (e.g., Pearl Harbor; Battle of Midway; the D-Day Invasion; Battle of the Bulge;

Biblical World View:

If we are critical of Israel, we must remember that many in the modern church have this same attitude.  We rest securely in the blessings of the Gospel with little concern about those still in heathen darkness without Jesus.

Lesson 77 video  77 assignment

Turn in Class notes today for 3rd Qt exam grade.#64  Idealism through #76  Isolation and Infamy 13 lessons

Give Lesson # 75-76 over chapter 22 1st 1/2
 
Teach:  Lesson # 77 Fight for Fortress Europe

Watch America the Story of Us: GI's and Omaha Beach 12min video


Wed

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 5:
A. Identify major battles, military turning points, and key strategic decisions in both the European and Pacific Theaters of operation (e.g., Pearl Harbor; the development and use of the atomic bomb; island-hopping strategy, such as Iwo Jima; and the Allied conferences, such as Yalta).

Biblical World View:
The Great Feast: (Luke 14:16-24) This story reveals Israel was given the first opportunity to enter the Kingdom, but rejected the invitation.  The call would now go out to all those in the "highways and hedges" of the world.

Lesson 78 video  78 assignment


Teach Lesson #78    War in the Pacific

Watch America the Story of Us: Atomic Bomb 6min video

Review for Quarter Exam
Lessons 51-79

Complete Hmwk Lesson # 77-79  Due Wed 7:30 am

Thursday

OK PASS Objectives Content Standard 5:
B. Analyze public and political reactions in the United States to the events of the Holocaust (e.g., Nuremburg War Trials)

Biblical World View:

 The Husbandmen: (Matthew 21:34-44) Jesus revealed that Israel was intended to be keepers of God's vineyard, but failed in this responsibility.

Lesson 79 video  79 assignment

Teach Lesson #79 Aftermath of War

Review for Quarter Exam


Lessons #51-79 review sheet

Japanese Holdout 2.5 min video

Friday

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 5:
B. Analyze public and political reactions in the United States to the events of the Holocaust (e.g., Nuremburg War Trials)

Biblical World View:

   John 12:47:  Jesus said He came to save the world.  John 10:1-16:  This passage predicts the Gospel would be preached to the Gentile nations, "sheep" not of the fold of Israel. Lines of separation would be removed as all people became "sheep of one fold."

Lesson 79 video  79 assignment

 Pop quiz today over War in the Pacific lesson.

Finish  Lesson # 79    Aftermath of War

Watch Band of Brothers Holocaust 20 min video

Lessons #51-79 review sheet

https://www.youtube.commmmmmmmmmm/watch?v=vtLq3Pxolbw

    US History 4th Quarter Plans