... Mr. Harney
Objective: Students will research about the stories and experiences of the differe…
Objective: Students will research about the stories and experiences of the different cultural groups that would make up the agricultural movement.
2. Describe the
Assessment: Discussion in class after the research component from the combined class is completed, worksheets completed by the students during the research component.
Student Activity: Research conducted by students in the media center, filling out their worksheets from each content area.
Objective: Students will discuss the causes and effects of the agricultural movement.
2. Discuss the
Assessment: Primary document analysis questions that will be turned in. In-class discussions about the movement
Student Activity: Primary document analysis, note-taking from lecture, in-class discussion.
Objective: Students will place the information that they have been learning about the agricultural movement in context of other important social movements during this time period.
6. Discuss the
Assessment: students will fill out their worksheets, complete their vocabulary lists.
Student Activity: Worksheets, in-class discussions, note-taking, vocabulary lists.
Service Learning Trip
Objective: Students will take part in the Service Learning Activity with the cooperating classes
Assessment: We will have a reflective discussion once we return from the Service Learning Activity.
Student Activity: Student will participate in the Service Learning Activity, this will include a tour of the facilities, listening to the experiences of the workers, and helping them with some of the work. Once we return to the campus there will be a reflective activity.
English 12 Section
... ITU Outline and Research Day
2. CURRICULUM AREA & GRADE LEVEL
11th Grade US History En…
ITU Outline and Research Day
2. CURRICULUM AREA & GRADE LEVEL 11th Grade US History
Day 1 of Unit
during the 1960s
A. Enduring Understanding
1. The experiences of Pilipino Americans in the United States leading up to the agricultural movement.
2. The experiences of
B. Essential Questions 1. What were the conditions like that the agricultural workers had to deal with before the movement?
2. Why caused the formation of the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee?
3. What caused the formation of the National Farm Workers Association?
4. What similar situations caused the AWOC and the NFWA to want to join together to form the United Farm Workers of America?
C. Reason for Instructional Strategies and Student Activities
The reasons for this lesson are for the students to get an outline of what the ITU entails for this unit. The students will be using school technology to help them research about the topic and those involved. The students will use this research to form a base for the following lessons and the information that they will be learning about.
4. CONTENT STANDARD(S) 11.8 Students analyze the economic boom and social transformation of post-World War II America.
2. Describe the significance of Mexican immigration and its relationship to the agricultural economy, especially in California.
5. ELD STANDARD(S)
Reading Comprehension, Cluster 3, EA:
English 12 Section
... Mr. Oliver's English 12
Welcome, students! This will be the official page for our unit for th…
Mr. Oliver's English 12
Welcome, students! This will be the official page for our unit for the last two weeks of March. During this unit, we will also be working with Mr. Harney and Mrs. Hinojosa in their respective US History and Spanish I classes. Below is some information about the lessons that we will be teaching together, as well as information that I will be sharing with you in my class only. Enduring Understandings
Students will understand how art is an outlet for may oppressed people.
Students will understand that literature can document movements from an insider's view.
Students will understand the importance of art in cultural movements.
What is the importance of art to cultures who have no voice?
How are citizens who are considered "aliens" struggling to find a place in their country?
1. TITLE OF THE LESSON
ITU Outline and Research Day
... The Community:
Escondido, California has a population of approximately 144,000. Escondido has…
Escondido, California has a population of approximately 144,000. Escondido has many parks open to the public, the San Diego Safari Park, lakes, wineries, and many schools, as well as many businesses that hire from the local population. Escondido's population ranges from many different SES backgrounds, with different youth programs and educational resources for students and families. The community is largely suburban, spread over a large territory.The majority of the students live within the neighborhoods around the school, and either arrive through public/school transportation or personal transportation.