Monday - Camp Daggett and NWEA testing Tuesday - Camp Daggett and NWEA testing Wednesday - Class time to work on Final Exam study guide, time capsule writing, and Vocab study guide. Thursday - Time to work on study guides and time capsule writing. Friday - 1/2 day - No USH class
Monday - Reconstruction quiz Tuesday - Transcontinental Railroad - maps and brainstorm. Wednesday - Was Westward Expansion a positive or negative aspect of U.S. history? - look at primary sources with your group to answer the question Thursday - Was Westward Expansion a positive or negative aspect of U.S. history? - look at primary sources with your group to answer the question Friday - Memorial Day speaker
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May 7th - May 11th
Monday - Jim Crow - reading and paragraph Tuesday - Reconstruction Assessment - directions and begin research; due Fri at beginning of the hour. Wednesday - Reconstruction Assessment - work time Thursday - Reconstruction Assessment - work time; Study Guide HW: Finish Reconstruction Assessment; work on study guide (test Monday) Friday - Reconstruction Assessment due beginning of hour; work on Study Guide HW: Study for test on Monday.
April 30th - May 4th
Monday - Were African Americans really free during Reconstruction? - small group reading and discussion; Tuesday - 11.3 Reading; Reconstruction Vocab - due Thursday HW: Vocab - due Thursday Wednesday - Sharecropping - simulation and reading/paragraph HW: Finish paragraph Thursday - Literacy Tests - PPT and notes Friday - Heartland Video
Monday - icivics assignments: Civil War and Reconstruction & Jim Crow Tuesday - MSTEP Wednesday - MSTEP Thursday - Lincoln's Speeches Friday - MiOpen Book 11.1 and 11.2: Active Reading and Comprehension questions
April 16th - April 20th
Monday - Snow Day Tuesday - Snow Day
Wednesday/Thursday - Block Schedule; How did the Civil War affect different groups of people? - small group assignment; Work on Vocab 7
Friday - A-Z Kahoot review; Social studies vocab.
April 9th - April 13th
Monday - Finish Battle assignment from Friday; A-Z Concept Map - work time.
Tuesday - Battle of Gettysburg DBQ.
Wednesday - Why did the North win? - prep
Thursday - Why did the North win? - quiz; Time to work on A-Z Concept Map; Vocab page with map.
Friday - A-Z Concept map due; A-Z Review - Make a "Right There" question for each letter.
Monday - Class time to work on Senator Debate prep (papers and readings passed out Friday).
Tuesday - 20 min. to work on debate prep. Begin debate.
Wednesday - Finish debate. Turn in prep work and reading packet.
Thursday - No class: End of Winter Olympics
Friday - Spring Break
March 12th - March 16th
Monday - Shortened Classes (Ok2Say presentation) Background and brainstorming for school safety/gun control mini-unit. Read four articles posted on our Google Classroom and fill out the back side of your Analyzing an Argument organizer.
Tuesday - Review Gun Control on ProCon.org; Charts; Format for letter to a Congressperson HW: Finish Analyzing an Argument organizer and be ready to write tomorrow.
Wednesday - Career Day; Class time to write your letter - due Thursday HW: Finish letter
Thursday - 3 Senators jigsaw activity
Friday - Shortened Classes (1/2 day); Background for Senator Debate next week
March 5th - March 9th
Monday - Shortened classes: Missouri Compromise and Compromise of 1850 maps Tuesday - Shortened classes: Review maps and brainstorm A-Z topics Wednesday - A-Z Project directions and planning page Thursday - A-Z Project work time. Friday - Finish slide; Extra Credit
Monday - Article: Southern Plantation Owners Used "King Cotton" to Justify Slavery; Events Leading to Civil War - reading, planner/organizer, directions for Visual Story project - due Friday HW: You should divide the reading with your partners and work on the organizer.
Monday - War of 1812 - Weigh the Evidence "Were the benefits of the War of 1812 greater than the costs?"; 4.4 Monroe reading - Write a one-sentence summary for each of the sections (President Monroe Takes Office, The Panic of 1819; The Missouri Compromise; Monroe's Stance on Political Parties HW: Finish Monroe reading and summary sentences.
Tuesday - Review Monroe reading; Monroe Doctrine - Political Cartoon assignment on Google Classroom - Link to Google Form HW: Finish Most Valuable President Organizer
Monday - Block Schedule 3rd/5th hours: Killing Lincoln
Tuesday - Block Schedule 4th/6th hours: Killing Lincoln
Wednesday - Effects of the War- group project
Thursday - Effects of War - sharing projects and completing Impact of War chart as a class; Civil War and Reconstruction icivics lesson - read and finish worksheet for homework HW: Finish Civil War and Reconstruction worksheet - due Monday
Friday - 1/2 day; No USH class
April 4th - April 7th
Tuesday - Why did the North win? PPT Review and Prep for quiz on Thursday