46 How to Win Debate 5 Keys to Excellent Argumentation

April 26, 2017

Mr. Hauger’s Five Keys to Winning Debate

 

You LOSE if

You WIN if

 
  1. You don’t listen
  2. You get angry
  3. You get ugly
  4. You get off track
  5. You’re unorganized
  1. You listen AND cite faults
  2. You keep your cool
  3. You stay respectful
  4. You stay focused
  5. You sign-post

 

Move from left (losing) to right (winning) by following the 5 keys! (Copyright Danny Hauger 2017)

  1. Listening critically (not just waiting to speak) will give you fuel to respond effectively.
  2. Staying composed displays your logical strength better than the volume of your voice.
  3. Respectful people are viewed favorably by judges and the audience. Stay cool!
  4. When you’re focused, you won’t be distracted by shiny distractions. Stay on topic.
  5. Point out and order the opposition’s arguments, then take them down point by point.
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Top 5 Achievements of Ancient Greece Lesson for 6th Grade History

April 20, 2017

This 6th Grade Episode focuses on the top 5 achievements of the Ancient Greeks. This podcast is a quick overview of some of the excellence of Greece that changed the course of the Western World. We discuss and (in the YouTube video) showcase Greek art, sculture, architecture, philosophy, and writing that defined an empire. 

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44 The Top 8 Enlightenment Thinkers and Quotes for 7th Grade History

April 19, 2017

Welcome to a 7th Grade Edition of the Hauger History Podcast! Today we explore 8 of the most significant thinkers and philosophers of the Enlightenment! 

1.Thomas Hobbes (1588 – 1679)

2.John Locke (1632 – 1704)

3.Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712 – 1778)

4.Baron de Montesquieu (1689 – 1755)

5.Voltaire (1694 – 1778)

6.Denis Diderot (1713 – 1784)

7.Mary Wollstonecraft (1759 – 1797)

8.Adam Smith (1723 – 1790)

Listen and enjoy our review! You can also watch this episode on YouTube!

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43 Playing Password as a Classroom Game to Learn Vocabulary

April 18, 2017

I love using games to help learn or develop a fun atmosphere in the classroom. I believe that teachers (including myself) should always be striving to make the classroom more dynamic and playing games like password liven up the classroom and still require students to think and participate critically which can help in learning vocabulary or just enjoying a moment with other students collaborating.

The rules I play with are:
1. Students may only give one-word clues.
2. No names
3. No gestures.

You can make your own rules as well! Leave a comment with questions or suggestions on how your classroom games enhance your learning environment!

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42 Reconstruction, 13th Amendment, Dawes Act, and Womens Suffrage in Wyoming

April 10, 2017

42 Reconstruction, 13th Amendment, Dawes Act, and Womens Suffrage in Wyoming in this edition of the Hauger History Podcast. Join us for a quiz review and practice questions discussing changes taking place with President Abraham Lincoln, President Andrew Jackson, and the challenges of westward expansion and unifying the nation. 

  1. How did Lincoln think the South should be treated after the Civil War? ______
    1. With kindness and justice
    2. By having them pay for all repairs to the nation
    3. By restricting any representatives from joining Congress
    4. All of the Above
  2. Sharecropping most closely works like the following: ______
    1. A way to make quick money in a rapidly growing country
    2. Borrowing land, supplies, and food, and working off your debt
    3. Free land given by the U.S. government
    4. Reparation payments for slavery
  3. Our textbook and people around President Johnson described him as: ______
    1. A compromise worker
    2. An advocate for total equality of all people living in the United States
    3. The Second Coming of Andrew Jackson
    4. Stubborn and unwilling to compromise
  4. What was the purpose of black codes? ______
    1. To offer education
    2. To offer healthcare to all people
    3. To control former slaves
    4. To present freedom to all people
  5. Why was the 13th Amendment created? ____
    1. To free all the slaves
    2. To offer healthcare to all people
    3. To control former slaves
    4. To present freedom to all people
  6. Why was the 14th Amendment created? ____
    1. To raise taxes
    2. To offer healthcare to all people
    3. Equal protection under the law
    4. To destroy large plantations
  7. What was the purpose of the Dawes Act?
    1. To give rights to Native Americans
    2. To require Native Americans to become Americanized
    3. To eliminate all the buffalo
    4. To introduce new animals to the American frontier
  8. What was the result of the battle at Little Big Horn?

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  1. In what ways were women treated better in many midwest places like Wyoming than in the East?

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41 Geography and Polis Overview Sparta and Athens in Ancient Greece for 6th Grade Social Studies

April 3, 2017

A lesson on the Geography and Poleis of Ancient Greece, includes a discussion of Aristotle, Pericles, Sparta, and Athens. We explore the islands, peninsula, and mainland of Greece and discuss the important impact of mountains, poleis like Sparta and Athens, and how great thinkers like Aristotle changed the course of human intellectual history.

Watch the video edition of the podcast on YouTube!

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40 The Civil War Ends with Income Tax, Draft, Technology, and Surrender

March 22, 2017

The Civil War is over, but not before we review episode 1 [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqqpZGnLwss&t=313s] and explore how the draft was put into place, along with income tax for the first time. We explore the lasting impact of the fighting, closing strategies between Ulysses S Grant and Robert E Lee, and how technology created a lasting impact on American History and piled up more bodies than any conflict before.

Who captured the U.S. arsenal at Harpers Ferry?

Why were all slaves not immediately freed after the Emancipation Proclamation?

What lasting impacts do we have today?

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39 Civil War Beginnings, Expectations, Hygiene, and Early events

March 19, 2017

Hello and welcome to our “Civil War” Hauger History Podcast overviewing the events leading to secession of Southern States, and a war of more than four years and 600,000 deaths resulting from the conflict.

Some of the key events of this podcast include:

  • Differences in perspectives about the causes of the Civil War.  (examples are the contrast in learning in Houston vs San Francisco public schools that I researched)
  • The fighting and devastation taking place mostly in Southern States.
  • Robert E Lee was desired to be a general in the North, how that could have changed the course of events of the Civil War.
  • President Lincoln thought a volunteer army could end the conflict in 90 days in a relatively simple process to what actually enrolled.
  • Strategies of the Union and Confederate Armies going into the War.
  • Early Confederate victories at Fort Sumter and Bull Run.
  • Technology of war improves, more accurate, more deadly.
  • Twice as many die of disease, poor sanitation
  • Thanks for listening, you can find the Hauger History Podcast on YouTube at the Danny Hauger Channel, at Haugerhistory.podbean.com, on itunes, or on Twitter @HaugerHistory. (www.dannyhauger.com
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How to Choose the Right College 5 Tips for Selecting a College

March 10, 2017

Having some advice and tips on how to choose a college may help narrow the selection and application process for you. College rankings are fine, but they apply to students in general, and not to your specific needs. Think and reflect on my 5 tips for choosing the right college. Hosted by Mr Hauger. College selection can be a stressful and trying time for high school students looking to take the next step on their academic and personal journeys. Today I spoke with nearly 200 high school students in Martinez about their goals and wishes for their future. I was surprised how many students asked me what the most important factors were for choosing a college. I was glad to supply them with 5 fundamental reasons to consider before selecting a college to attend or apply to and I am happy to share them in this conversational podcast with Mr. Hauger, a first in a series. Thanks for listening!

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38 Protestant Reformation Spread and Impact part 2 of 3. Lutheranism, Calvinism, and Anglicanism

March 7, 2017

This is episode 2 in our 3-part series on the Protestant Reformation for Middle School students. Students have been exploring the spread of ideas following the Renaissancee, and this second edition chimes in with the advancement of Lutheranism, Calvinism, and Anglicanism. What stayed the same? What changed int he Church? Tune in for a quick overview and study guide foryour test or assessment on the Protestant Reformation, and listen to part one here on YouTube.

Part 2: https://youtu.be/qIoL7OI7H2w

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