Hauger History Podcasts for Social Studies Students
98 - 8 Years of Civil Rights in 8 MInutes

98 - 8 Years of Civil Rights in 8 MInutes

April 30, 2019

Watch the video version of this U.S. History test review on YouTube. This podcast will recap some, of the major moments in the Civil Rights Movement of United States History, specifically looking from Brown vs. Board of Education in the Supreme Court, through the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Voting Rights, and more. Some of the main topics that I want my students to understand are:

  • How do the American Ideals Progress during the Civil Rights Era Movement?
  • NAACP - how did they advance issues and challenge segregation?
  • Brown vs Board of Education
  • Civil Rights Act
  • Voting Rights Act
  • World War II
  • Thurgood Marshall
  • The military
  • Montgomery
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ; nonviolent
  • Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Freedom Rides
  • Civil Disobedience
  • March on Washington, 250,000 people stand together for rights
  • Breaking the color barrier in baseball, what was important about the legacy of Jackie Robinson? 
  • Liberty, Democracy, Equality, Rights, Freedom

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97 Political Parties Basics and Foundation in the United States in 5 Minutes

97 Political Parties Basics and Foundation in the United States in 5 Minutes

April 16, 2019

97 Political Parties Basics and Foundation in the United States in 5 Minutes 

  • What is the definition of a political parties?
  • Generally, what do the two major U.S. political parties believe in?
  • What are the 5 functions of political parties?
  • Who are some of the independent parties?

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HHP 96 Constitution Test Sample Questions and Study Guide

HHP 96 Constitution Test Sample Questions and Study Guide

March 4, 2019

This is a study guide for our Government class preparation for a test on the Constitution. The test is multiple choice and discusses the format of the Constitution, goals of the Framers of the Constitution, and the powers stored in the Branches of United States Government. 

Also check out this Quizlet for more practice questions. https://quizlet.com/10075246/senate-vs-house-of-representatives-flash-cards/

 

 

95 World War II Key Events Summary for Effects on the United States

95 World War II Key Events Summary for Effects on the United States

February 1, 2019

Let's Recap Major events of World War II as a study guide for High School History Students. We discuss some, not all, of the main events and effects on the United States, of World War II. This is intended as a study guide for High School History Students. This review covers only some of the lesson materials from our unit, but is a highlight of some major events and turning points in World War II.

  • Axis Powers
  • Allied Powers
  • Background context in the United States
  • Munich Pact
  • Appeasement
  • How many were mobilized
  • Internment
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Lend-Lease Act
  • The End of the War in Europe and Japan

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HHP 94 World War II Effects in the United States

HHP 94 World War II Effects in the United States

January 23, 2019

Review key concepts, questions, vocabulary, and elements of American History that were changed by World War II. 

Students should review their notes on subjects pertaining to:

  • Axis Powers
  • Allied Powers
  • Background context in the United States
  • Munich Pact
  • Appeasement
  • How many were mobilized
  • Internment
  • Pearl Harbor
  • The End of the War in Europe and Japan

Watch a silhouetted, low Q video instead of the audio at this link. 

93 Forms of Government Definitions and Test Review

93 Forms of Government Definitions and Test Review

January 16, 2019

In Hauger History Podcast 93, students review the key concepts of government class, definitions, forms of government, sources of power, and advantages and disadvantages of government forms. Reviews for High School Government or Civics Class.

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92 Reviewing for an Economics Final Taxes Regulations and Housing Collapse

92 Reviewing for an Economics Final Taxes Regulations and Housing Collapse

December 17, 2018

In this finals prep edition of the Hauger History Podcast, we explore 4 key questions summarizing the Economics semester. The questions are explored with students providing possible answers on:

  • Why did the housing market collapse in 2007?
  • How does taxation happen, when is it incurred?
  • What are 3 pros and cons of economic and business regulation?
  • What are 3 ways to measure the size of an economy?

Review video will be live at: https://youtu.be/92JKRHCc7WE

92 US History Final World War I and Great Depression

92 US History Final World War I and Great Depression

December 12, 2018

My US History students are going to choose from 3 of 4 topics to answer questions about for their Semester 1 Final:

 

  • Great Depression
  • World War I
  • Roaring 20's Inventions
  • The Great Debaters
91 Measuring the Economy Review Unit Hauger History Podcast Lesson

91 Measuring the Economy Review Unit Hauger History Podcast Lesson

December 6, 2018

In this Economics review video for my students, we discuss major market indicators like GDP, gross domestic product, per capita GDP, inflation, how GDP is calculated, why this limited comparison is a shortfall to some extent, and how we evaluate the strength of an economy. Enjoy the review everyone! This video is meant to be a review of an Economics class unit that I hope you will find enjoyable.

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90 The Roaring 20’s, Consumerism, and You - Hauger History Podcast

90 The Roaring 20’s, Consumerism, and You - Hauger History Podcast

November 26, 2018

The Roaring 20's introduced modern American History as we know it today with Ford automobiles, dance, jazz, radio, movies, and consumer debt. In this short recap, my class will get a summary of topics that will be assessed in class, and the significance of key events of the 1920's in United States History.

Watch this episode video on YouTube