Essential Q: What are the differences between our inner and outer identities? Do people perceive us differently than we perceive ourselves? To what extent are our identities shaped by ourselves v. other people?
Starter: Respond to today's Essential Q. Make it general or make it personal!
1. Review Powers during war
2. Finish Presidential Powers During Wartime activity (Supreme Court case "Situations")
3.Character Analysis posters:
Make a poster outlining the inner and outer identities of one character from SFC.
Example Quote: Hatsue- “She had been carefully trained by her upbringing, she said, to avoid effusive displays of feeling, but this did not mean her heart was shallow….Motive, she added, was very important: what was her motive in concealing from her parents the time she spent with Ishmael? This was the question that worried her most: determining for herself her motive”(172).
o Hatsue (also see ch. 11)
o Carl’s mom- Etta (ch. 9)
o Sheriff - Art Moran
4. Japanese Internment Key Vocab handout (download this if it won't open in google docs) and go through the rest of Intro to Japanese Internment camp power point
Goal: Deconstruct chapters 1-7 of SFC
Starter: Time to review annotations and discuss with tables as starter (10)
1. Quiz on SFC
2. Discuss quiz and key quotes
4. Work Time
EXTRA CREDIT!! For two points, by Tuesday morning at 8:15, send me an inspirational quote by a famous civil rights leader or author/poet.
Goal: Develop a basic understanding of our government’s system of checks and balances and what the president’s powers during wartime are.
1. Read this short article about walking Congressman from The Onion
2. Respond to this question in your starters: How is our government set-up in opposition to a MONARCHY to make sure that one person or group doesn’t hold all the power?
1. Preview video questions
2. Constitution video and discussion on how our 3 branches are organized
3. How the electoral college works- short video explanation (see youtube video below)
4. Presidential Powers during wartime activity
Homework: We will have a quiz on pages 1-94 (Chapters 1-7) in Snow Falling on Cedars tomorrow!
Starter: Read the article and respond to Josh Devoust's edmodo post regarding the latest on Stop and Frisk
1 hour WORK TIME:
SFoC Quiz Prep:
Starter: Summarize your 9/11 interview as best you can in min. of 150 words:
1. Share your starter and your interviewee's responses in groups of 2-3
2. Whole class "Wrap Around": Share the most interesting quote or idea from your interview and whether or not your subject was in favor of the war.
3. Finish yesterday's Power Point: Pearl Harbor and Japanese Internment Camps
Class B: Watch FDR's speech
4. Manzanar Video +Discussion (30 minutes)
5. Korematsu Biography from the “Wartime and the Bill of Rights: The Korematsu Case” (p. 3-5)
REMINDER: 9/11 Interviews need to be conducted by tomorrow
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School