Hauger History Podcasts for Social Studies Students
121 Introduction to World History Class The 5 Themes of World History and How Historians Study SPICE Elements of History 01 W

121 Introduction to World History Class The 5 Themes of World History and How Historians Study SPICE Elements of History 01 W

July 17, 2020

Week 1 of Mr. Hauger's World History Class. Lecture on the 5 Themes of History, SPICE, how historians study history. Watch this episode on YouTube. 

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117   How Did the Cold War End? Hauger History Podcast  and Why Did the Berlin Wall Fall?

117 How Did the Cold War End? Hauger History Podcast and Why Did the Berlin Wall Fall?

April 23, 2020

With a notation to the status of the world not fully looking like the Cold War is over, this is a historical overview of 1982 to 1992 with the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the Start treaty, Regan and Gobechev, Perestroika, and Glasnost. This video is for educational purposes and is intended for my history students as a brief overview, not a full lesson.

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113 Accomplishments and Challenges of 35th President John f Kennedy

113 Accomplishments and Challenges of 35th President John f Kennedy

April 19, 2020

In this podcast, we discuss 10 major accomplishments of President John F. Kennedy, and some drawbacks and shortcomings as analyzed by opponents, along with difficulties faced during his administration, in a short, 11 minute overview. 

CA standard 11.11 Students analyze the major social problems and domestic policy issues in contemporary American society. 2. Discuss the significant domestic policy speeches of Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton

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112. Modern World History independence Movements Overview 1950-2000 Mexico Pakistan Poland and more

112. Modern World History independence Movements Overview 1950-2000 Mexico Pakistan Poland and more

April 16, 2020

In this edition of the Hauger History podcast, we look at the modern world, and an overview of the relationship that is often correlated, though not always, between freedom, independence, and Capitalism, and the money made per person, per year. We include a look at Indonesia, Pakistan, Mexico, Poland, Tanzania, and Ghana. 

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110 - Civil Rights Overview Lecture Like a Mighty Stream for Distance Learning Optional Review

110 - Civil Rights Overview Lecture Like a Mighty Stream for Distance Learning Optional Review

April 13, 2020

United States History is a long continuum of events, progress, setbacks, changes in philosophy, and new directions. In this lecture (video is on YouTube), we discuss some of the significant events, people, and movements, of American History from the 1940's through the 1970's. 

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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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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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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/

 

 

81 Americas Founding Ideals

81 Americas Founding Ideals

August 7, 2018

John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, the framers, and the 5 men who wrote the Declaration of Independence all helped define the values and ideals of the United States of America. In this episode we discuss equality, rights, liberty, opportunity, and democracy as they developed in 1776. Thanks for tuning in, its good to be back!

 

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