Hauger History Podcasts for Social Studies Students
109 - Distance Learning Vietnam War Lesson Challenges and Struggles from 1955-1975

109 - Distance Learning Vietnam War Lesson Challenges and Struggles from 1955-1975

April 3, 2020

This is a walkthrough of a Powerpoint Presentation of my (and other instructors from multiple sites) Vietnam War Lessons. We will explore a Gallery Walk, leadership challenges, losses, casualties, sacrifices, and struggles during the Vietnam War. This is just a cursory overview, since I can not be with you in person for all of the activities, simulations, and group learning lessons. Wishing you all the best. A video will be available on the Hauger History YouTube Channel and Playlist. 

 

Disclaimer: Some of the images are graphic in this presentation, intended for High School Sophomores and Juniors of my Hauger History classes. 

 

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108 - Prosperity in America and Growth of Suburbs and Pop Culture Franchises during the 1950’s Distance Learning Session

108 - Prosperity in America and Growth of Suburbs and Pop Culture Franchises during the 1950’s Distance Learning Session

April 3, 2020

Wow! American life really starts to look like the modern day America we know during the 1950's, and there may even be some parallels to the current situation in 2020? In this "from the studio" edition of the Hauger History, we get into a lesson about American debt, politics, entitlement programs, suburban expansion, McDonald's, cars, music, nuclear fallout fear, and more! 

 

This lesson is a precursor, or set-up, the remote learning for my High School Social Studies students. 

 

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107 Early Cold war Timeline Analysis and Primary Source Reading of the Novikov Telegram and Differing Perspectives

107 Early Cold war Timeline Analysis and Primary Source Reading of the Novikov Telegram and Differing Perspectives

March 29, 2020

Episode 107 is a remote lesson (tentatively, not yet assigned, so just experimental at this point for posting, official instructions will follow next week.) Early Cold war Timeline Analysis and Primary Source Reading of the Novikov Telegram and Differing Perspectives. Mr. Hauger discusses an overview of Winston Churchill's Iron Curtain speech, Novikov Telegram, and more. Video of this lesson. 

The World Between World Wars Test Overview

The World Between World Wars Test Overview

January 24, 2020

In episode 106 of the Hauger History Podcast, we discuss the transitions in the world from World War I to World War II. This is a World History test recap, there is also a video available on the Danny Hauger YouTube Channel. Some concepts discussed include:

  • GIANT causes of World War II overview
  • The Lost Generation
  • The costs of World War I
  • The hesitancy to enter another global confrontation

 

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HHP_105_-_World_War_I_Causes_and_How_War_Changed_in_from_1914_to_1918

HHP_105_-_World_War_I_Causes_and_How_War_Changed_in_from_1914_to_1918

January 13, 2020

How did World War I change warfare and fighting? How did militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism escalate the conflict? We explore these concepts and more in today's Hauger History Podcast.

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104 New Imperialism and Leading to World War I

104 New Imperialism and Leading to World War I

December 10, 2019

World History class is analyzing historical images, about New Imperialism, the Scramble for Africa, the damages and ravages of Social Darwinism, and the dominos that fall from Industrialization to World War I. How does power change with European control of resources? How did the United States become a world power?

103 World History Changes with the Industrial Revolution Steam Engine and Captains of Industry

103 World History Changes with the Industrial Revolution Steam Engine and Captains of Industry

November 7, 2019

103 World History Changes with the Industrial Revolution Steam Engine and Captains of Industry is a World History Study Guide. In this podcast we breakdown the Industrial Revolution's British Origins, the expansion of resources, Standard Oil, Carnegie Steel, how revolutionary the changes in the world were, resources of the American Industrial Revolution, capitalism, and the human-environmental impact of industrialization in summary. This is an overview of 2-3 classes of material, hitting the high notes to remember for a test review.

 

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The World Before 1750 Study Guide Hauger History Podcast 102 Test Prep

The World Before 1750 Study Guide Hauger History Podcast 102 Test Prep

October 19, 2019

Hauger HIstory podcast 102 - The World Before 1750.
-Explores the effects of exploration
-How Global trade changes the world.
-How Enlightenment thinkers progressed humanism
-Goods that transformed trade in North America and Europe
-Effects of the Middle Passage

 

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HHP 101 - Constitution through Nation Breaking Apart Hauger History with Jake

HHP 101 - Constitution through Nation Breaking Apart Hauger History with Jake

September 18, 2019

In Hauger History Podcast #101 (thanks for the educational bandwidth Podbean!) we explore the Constitution of the United States, goals of the framers, and how the new nation was expanding in territory and in conflicts through the year 1850.

 

Some key concepts reviewed include:

  • Here's an explanation of how the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation led to Shays' Rebellion, which led to the creation and desire for the Constitution.

  • Without property, farmers could not feed their families.
  • Without property, farmers could not vote.
  • Without property, farmers have difficulty making money.
  • Without making money, and inability to pay taxes farmers are thrown into debtor's prison.
  • Since the Articles of Confederation did not give Congress the power to raise a standing army, the federal government could not help stop the rebellion.

    This worried many people that incidents like Shay’s Rebellion would become more common if the farmers and others could get what they wanted by ignoring the law.

  • All state constitutions included: “equality, freedom, and democracy” (Ch. 7)

    The Constitution successfully created 3 branches of government (Checks and Balances) and a Bill of Rights (first 10 amendments)

  • Oldest written national constitution still in use
  • Living” document, capable of meeting changes. 
  • “Elastic Clause”= stretches power of the gov.
  • Can also change through the amendments
  • Supporters were called Federalists
  • Anti-federalists said it must include a Bill of Rights.
  • James Madison is known as the “Father” of the Constitution
  • We admitted states in 2’s: 1 slave state + 1 free state.

    Trying to preserve free and slave state balanceMade NO ONE HAPPY!

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100 - The Road to the American Revolution and Perspectives of American Ideals

100 - The Road to the American Revolution and Perspectives of American Ideals

August 15, 2019

In this test review, we will discuss (watch on YouTube also):

  • What are some of the events raising tensions leading to war?
  • What is an ideal? Who created them?
  • What was the big deal about the Stamp Act? And the Intolerable Acts?
  • What are the 4 perspectives about war with Britain and the colonists?
  • What were shortfalls of the Articles of Confederation?
  • What problems are left with how America will rule as an independent nation?

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