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 Title: The Scopes Trial  Date: October 15, 2014  Write down the Topical Essential Question. (1.2.f, 1.3.f, 1.2.g) SWBAT identify and evaluate the causes and effects of the 1925 Scopes Trial on American society. DOL: Given an exit card (80% accuracy) SW – 1. Answer 3 multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The Impact of the Scopes Trial on society. T-EQ: What impact can ideological differences have on a s
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   Title: The Scopes Trial  Date: October 15, 2014  Write down the Topical Essential Question. (1.2.f, 1.3.f, 1.2.g) SWBAT identify and evaluate the causes and effects of the 1925 Scopes Trial on American society. DOL : Given an exit card (80% accuracy) SW –  1. Answer 3 multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The Impact of the Scopes Trial on society. T-EQ:  What impact can ideological differences have on a society as a whole? O-EQ:  How did 1920s post-war America change socially, politically, and economically?   March 1925-   Tennessee passed the nation’s first law making it a crime to teach the theory of evolution in public schools.  Thumbs up: Agree   Thumbs Down: Disagree  The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)    mission is to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties”    Promised to defend any teacher who would challenge the law  John T. Scopes, a young high school biology teacher, accepted the challenge  Taught evolution in his science class in 1925   (1.2.f, 1.3.f, 1.2.g) SWBAT identify and evaluate the causes and effects of the 1925 Scopes Trial on American society. DOL : Given an exit card (80% accuracy) SW –  1. Answer 3 multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The Impact of the Scopes Trial on society. T-EQ:  What impact can ideological differences have on a society as a whole? O-EQ:  How did 1920s post-war America change socially, politically, and economically?  JOHN SCOPES, THE TEACHER CLARENCE DARROW, THE DEFENSE LAWYER WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, THE PROSECUTOR (1.2.f, 1.3.f, 1.2.g) SWBAT identify and evaluate the causes and effects of the 1925 Scopes Trial on American society. DOL : Given an exit card (80% accuracy) SW –  1. Answer 3 multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The Impact of the Scopes Trial on society. T-EQ:  What impact can ideological differences have on a society as a whole? O-EQ:  How did 1920s post-war America change socially, politically, and economically?   Fundamentalist (0-5)  former presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan was on the Prosecution  Defended the Tennessee Law  Famous trial lawyer, 70 year old Clarence Darrow  led the defense.  Represented John Scopes (1.2.f, 1.3.f, 1.2.g) SWBAT identify and evaluate the causes and effects of the 1925 Scopes Trial on American society. DOL : Given an exit card (80% accuracy) SW –  1. Answer 3 multiple choice question. 2. Write a SEEC paragraph on the following topic: The Impact of the Scopes Trial on society. T-EQ:  What impact can ideological differences have on a society as a whole? O-EQ:  How did 1920s post-war America change socially, politically, and economically?
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