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Mr. Hauger's Social Studies Podcast: for Secondary School Social Studies Students. This podcast features history topics for review, study, & learning about historical subjects.

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Mr. Hauger's Social Studies Podcast: for Secondary School Social Studies Students. This podcast features history topics for review, study, & learning about historical subjects.

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Hauger History Podcasts for Social Studies Students

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Mr. Hauger's Social Studies Podcast: for Secondary School Social Studies Students. This podcast features history topics for review, study, & learning about historical subjects.

Rank #1: 95 World War II Key Events Summary for Effects on the United States

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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

Thank you Podbean for the Educational Bandwidth. 

Feb 01 2019
13 mins
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Rank #2: 82 Thinking Like an Economist

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Who was Adam Smith, and why do his decisions and thinking matter to us today? American markets have a lot of vision and philosophy of Adam Smith built in, but how do trade-offs and cost-benefit analysis processes affect us in 2018? This podcast reviews for a test on these early economic concepts. Join us!

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Watch our Hauger History Podcast YouTube Playlist. Follow @Haugerhistory on Twitter. 

Aug 08 2018
11 mins
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Rank #3: Ep 25 Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion of the United States Hauger History Podcast

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Go West! Episode 25 (8th Grade edition) of the Hauger History Podcast discusses Westward expansion of the United States, the free land offer in Oregon, and the opportunities for people to move and make a new life of prosperity (and often grave danger and peril), out West. Topics for this "Manifest Destiny" podcast include:-Trends in American life between 1800 and 1860 including the evolving culture of the United States and growing nationalism. -Mexico gave up claims to Texas above the Rio Grande River.-Mexico gave the U. S. California and New Mexico.-U. S. gave Mexico $15,000,000 and agreed to pay the claims of American citizens against ---Mexico(over $3,500,000).The War with MexicoWilmot ProvisoOregon TrailDonner PartyTreaty of Guadalupe-HidalgoCalifornia and Texas join the United Statesand lots more!Watch the video version on YouTube of this episode. Thanks for listening!

Jan 06 2017
12 mins
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Rank #4: Ep. 49 Violet and Clara Talk Thomas Hobbes and His Enlightenment Philosophy

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The first episode of our "for students by students" series of Hauger History, brought to you by Podbean.com for donating the bandwidth to our class. In this episode 48, Violet and Clara discuss the significance of Enlightenment thinker Thomas Hobbes. Enjoy their notes and presentation. 

Thank you Samson for donating our class microphones to power our learning. 

May 01 2017
1 min
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Rank #5: 88 US History Review 1870 to 1920 Immigration Labor and Progressivism

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88 US History Review 1870 to 1920 Immigration Labor and Progressivism carries a review of many concepts including push and pull factors, immigration, Progressive reform, muckraking, and more. Thanks for listenining, liking, and subscribing. 

Oct 23 2018
11 mins
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Rank #6: Ep. 15 Peaceful Transition of Power

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Ep. #15: President George H.W. Bush's classic and classy note to President Bill Clinton has re-surfaced this week and is giving millions of Americans a great example of how to gracefully accept and welcome someone new into office. It was enough reason to sit down with my class and talk about how important it is to win or lose gracefully, whether its in class, sports, games, or elected office. Whichever party enters, we should remember to be united as one nation, and even more, one human race. I am pleased that my students this year have demonstrated a clear understanding of how to have a respectful, open-minded conversation, and think for themselves, with a basis in reason, fact, and enlightened opinion.
Have a great week everyone!
Produced by Danny Hauger at www.dannyhauger.com
Oct 23 2016
6 mins
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Rank #7: 86 Constitution to Manifest Destiny Unit Review

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How did the Articles of Constitution fail Daniel Shays? Why was the Constitution so important for creating structure and order of government? Find out today with the largest student cast ever on the Hauger History Podcast, episode #86!

Watch the video on YouTube!

Thank you Podbean for donating this bandwidth for educational use! Subscribe on iTunes!

Sep 12 2018
14 mins
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Rank #8: Ep. 13 Egypt Legacy Overview and Quiz Review for 6th Graders

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Ep. #13: Hello 6th grade students - both mine and around the world! Today we discuss Egypt, and likely questions to pop up on your next quiz or test. From the 3,200+ mile Nile River, to its un-de-Nile-able importance to history, and all of the ways that Egypt's legacy began to impact our lives, in just under 8 minutes. Ok, maybe not every Egyptian contribution, but quite a lot in a short amount of time, enjoy the podcast!

Here are some sample quiz review questions, find the answers in the podcast!

    Egypt is called the _______________ of the Nile.

    Ancient Egypt lasted for about how many years _____

    The Nile is about how long._________

    True or false The Nile flows south to the equator._______

    True or false cataract is a waterfall.________

    True or false the Nile floods every summer.__________

    True or false The water in the Nile is bad for growing crops_________

    True or false The parts of Egypt were not near the Nile were a desert________

    The two sources of the Nile river’s water are Lakes ____________ and _____________
Oct 13 2016
8 mins
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Rank #9: Ep. 14 Road to the American Revolution

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Ep. #14: For Patrick Henry, the goal was to make the most if a rebellion, if one was to happen. And it was! Enough of a Revolution to overlook that I just started this sentence with the dreaded word AND. In this 8th Grade edition of the Hauger History Podcast, we explore the many taxes, tensions, and uprisings that led to the American fight that would eventually produce Independence. Join us for a discussion of the summarizing events leading America from colonies to country.

 

We discuss
    The Stamp Act
    The Repeal
    The Declaratory Act
    The Boston Tea Party
    The Boston massacre
    The Quartering Act
    The Townshend Acts
    and lots more!
 Produced by Danny Hauger at www.dannyhauger.com
Oct 17 2016
10 mins
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Rank #10: Ep. 16 Ancient Kush and Aksum Kingdoms for 6th Graders

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Ep. #16: The "Age of Iron" is on! Listen and step into a world along the Nile adapting flat topped pyramids, creating advanced weapons, and furthering the complexity of organized society in a 6th grade edition of Social Studies class notes. Enjoy and share with a student or friend in your life! Thanks for listening to the Hauger History Podcast! Produced by Danny Hauger at www.dannyhauger.com

Oct 23 2016
8 mins
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Rank #11: Ep. 20 Legacy of Ancient China 6th Grade Podcast

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Episode #20. This morning I take the time to outline the significance of the Silk Roads and the influence of Ancient China. Remember = it was not just Chinese goods that were transported through trans-Eurasian interaction, it was ideas, beliefs, and innovations as well! Tune in and listen to the lasting influence of Ancient China on our world today on this 6th grade edition of the Hauger History Podcast!

Thank you Samson for your generosity in providing microphones for this educational project!!

Nov 15 2016
7 mins
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Rank #12: 92 US History Final World War I and Great Depression

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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
Dec 12 2018
4 mins
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Rank #13: Ep. 21 George Washington Interview on Revolution, Relationship, and His Sense of Humor for 8th Grade

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Episode 21. Continuing our Interview Series with the Founding Fathers, today we speak to the longtime statesman, battlefield strategist, and America’s first President, George Washington. Join us for our conversation about overseeing the Constitution, relations with England, and being the first leader of the UNited States on today’s edition of the Hauger History podcast. Enjoy this conversation following a few of the highlights from America's first president, sitting down with Mr. Hauger.

Nov 26 2016
8 mins
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Rank #14: 91 Measuring the Economy Review Unit Hauger History Podcast Lesson

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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.

You can find my brand new channel, Inspiring Teachers, on YouTube now as well: - (Inspiring Teachers)

Thank you Podbean for supporting this educational podcast!

video will be live at: https://youtu.be/2DOsefteTOw

Dec 06 2018
14 mins
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Rank #15: Ep. 24 Five Foundations of the Italian Renaissance Test Prep and Topic Intro for 7th Grade

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Episode 24 Episode #7007 features a 7th Grade Social Studies and History exploration of the Renaissance in Italy and Europe. This episode explores the economic and social changes of the Middle Ages and the enabling of art to take center stage in many wealthy cities. We answer five central, essential questions of the Renaissance, including:

    How did the reopening of the Silk Roads affect Europe?
    Why did many Renaissance paintings look more realistic than earlier works?
    How did cities play a role in spreading Renaissance ideas?  
    Name and explain the significance of one advance in art, and one advance in science, during the Renaissance. (2)(7.8.5)
    What were two effects of the printing press on European society? (2) (7.8.4)

Enjoy and share with your history class friends! #HaugerHistory

Dec 27 2016
15 mins
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Rank #16: HHP 96 Constitution Test Sample Questions and Study Guide

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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/

Mar 04 2019
5 mins
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Rank #17: Ep. 17 Middle School Mindfulness Meditation Five Minutes for 6th Grade

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Ep. #17: Today in class my 6th graders were reading and learning about Hinduism, Brahmanism, and Buddhism. I spoke to them about the growing practice of mindfulness meditation in California, and around the world, and how many people are finding peaceful practice in calming themselves and being more present in the moment by taking time to meditate.

 

I recorded a 5 minute, basic introduction to meditation, that is perfect for use in your middle school or elementary classroom. Enjoy this free recording which offers instruction for a basic and simple meditation. There is a step by step guide, and some music that I recorded as well. This practice invoked breathing awareness, blocking out distractions, and understanding that our minds will drift as we practice, and focusing on our feeling of being and breathing. Please feel free to share and incorporate into your own lesson plans or self-practice.

 

I am not an expert, simply offering a free tool to help engage students in the practice of learning or practicing meditation and mindfulness.
Oct 29 2016
5 mins
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Rank #18: Ep. 23 Thomas Jefferson and the War of 1812 Quiz Review for 8th Grade

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Ep. 23 If you're studying 8th grade Social Studies, check out this review for a highlight of topics preparing for a test on Thomas Jefferson and the time period leading up to the War of 1812 between the United States and Great Britain. Its a chapter with a wealth of important events and this podcast breaks down some significant progress in the march to a modern United States of America. Not all of it is celebratory, in fact, there are a lot of difficult times afoot, but the path of history takes great strides in the era of Thomas Jefferson, tune in for more summaries of the following topics:

    Thomas Jefferson and his hobbies and interests
    Marbury vs. Madison and Judicial Review
    War Hawks
    The War of 1812 and its outcomes
    The Louisiana Purchase
    Tecumseh 
      Tecumseh was chief of which tribe? _____________ Shawnee b. Pawnee c. Tawnee d. Sioux
      Tecumseh intended to prevent the loss of Native American lands by _________
    Legal treaties b. unifying all Native Americans c. Writing to Europe for help

and more...!

Dec 12 2016
10 mins
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Rank #19: Ep. 18 Mongol invasion and Influence in China

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Episode 18 of the Hauger History Podcast: The Mongols were more than Barbarians. Did you know they extended roads and canals, and opened the country up to trade? It wasn't all bad, it wasn't all good. As we find: history is the same. There is a give and take, and we take a look at the Mongol influence on China circa 1200 in this 7th grade edition of the Hauger History podcast. 

Nov 03 2016
7 mins
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Rank #20: 90 The Roaring 20's, Consumerism, and You - Hauger History Podcast

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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

Nov 26 2018
8 mins
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