Monday- Finish poster for the topic your group picked. Organizing the government p.247-248, A National Bank p.252-254, Remaining Neutral p.255-257, Whiskey Rebellion p.259-260, Conflict in the Northwest p.258-259. Complete Edpuzzle in Google Classroom.
Tuesday- Present posters and take Cornell Notes on the topics covered about Washington's presidency.
Wednesday- George Washington Edpuzzle assignment in Google Classroom. John Adam's presidency. The XYZ Affair (p.265-266) and the Alien and Sedition Acts (p.266-267).
Block Day- Students must compare the challenges of Jefferson's presidency in groups.
Homework- Due 11-12, a paragraph summary about challenges George Washington faced as president.
- Due 11-19, a paragraph summary explaining what two of the greatest challenges John Adams faced and how he attempted to handle them. Unit 5 Test on Washington and Adams next week!
Monday- Discuss Ft. King Field Trip, History Day Project, and begin the study guide for the Unit 4- Module 5 and 6 Test.
Tuesday- In groups, complete the study guide and participate in a Kahoot review for the upcoming test
Wednesday- Unit 4-Module 5 and 6 Test. Introduction to Unit 5.
Block Day- Group work completing an activity comparing the new government under George Washington and John Adams to the Articles of Confederation, in addition to comparing it to today.
Homework- In a short summary explain what challenges George Washington faced as the first president of the United States. You can read here in Module 7 or look up your own information. Look at p.155-161.
If you need to make up any work check Skyward and go back into the past agendas, or ask me if I have another copy.
October 28-November 1
Monday- Finish Unit 4 work from last week with the substitute: Complete the Constitution Scavenger Hunt using the constitution in the textbook from p.196-222. There is an outline of amendments 11-27 on p.216. Afterward, complete the lesson review questions on p.174 using the information on p.170-174. Then copy the chart from outlining the Great Compromise of the New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan on p.166, then the one on p.168 explaining the weaknesses of the government that the constitution fixed.
Tuesday- Federalist/Anti-Federalist guided notes using PowerPoint.
Wednesday- Review amendments, and Unit 4 with Kahoot.
Block Day- We will be at the library. Mrs. Williams will go over how to access online resources for research. After students complete a google classroom review assignment they will conduct research for their History Day Project.
Homework: Identify at least four sources that you plan to use for your history project and then write a brief one-paragraph summary about each of these sources. Due November 4th.
Monday- Unit 3/Module 4 Test
Tuesday- Update notebook map with the new territory acquired after the American Revolution. Discuss the Northwest Ordinance and Northwest Territory.
Wednesday- Discuss the naval blockades by the Britsh and the Spanish on p. 159, Shay's Rebellion on p. 161-162, then the chart outlining the Great Compromise of the New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan on p.166 into your notebook. Then copy the chart from p.168 explaining the weaknesses of the government that the constitution fixed.
Block Day- Complete the Constitution Scavenger Hunt using the constitution in the textbook from p.196-222. There is an outline of amendments 11-27 on p.216. Afterward complete the lesson review questions on p.174 using the information on p.170-174.
Homework- Decide upon your final topic for your History Project and decide who you will work with if anyone.
Tuesday- Introduction to quarter 2. Review Unit 3 up to this point. Quizizz in Google Classroom.
Wednesday- 1st and 2nd Continental Congress Review. Discuss Patrick Henry and Thomas Paine
Block Day- Review important battles. Complete Quizizz in Google Classroom.
Homework- Make sure you have all of your notes for Unit 3- The American Revolution.
Causes of Revolution Chart on p.111
Test on Unit 3 on Monday 10-21-19
Refer to the Previous week for other information on Unit 3
Monday- Read p. 113-118. Answer all the questions in the Lesson 2 Assessment on p.118.
Tuesday- Review p.113-118. Make up any Notes from the previous week
Wednesday- American Revolution Timeline Notesheet
Block Day- Cornell Notes questions. Make-up day! Review day.
Turn in all past due work by the Block Day!!!
September 30- October 4
Monday- Planning the essay for the Document Based Question (DBQ), “What Caused the Salem Witch Trial Hysteria of 1692?” Begin writing or typing the essay once ready.
Tuesday- Write or type the essay answering the DBQ question. Use you're argumentative writing strategy outline in your notebook.
Wednesday- Introduction into the causes of the American Revolution
Block Day- Students will examine bias in the depictions of the Boston Massacre in different media outlets, then complete Cornell Notes using p. 106-112 in the textbook.
Homework- Write a summary explaining what topic you will cover for your history project. How is your topic “Breaking Barriers in History?” Explain the 5-W's: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and answer the question above. Due Monday- 10-07
Monday- Kahoot Review for the 13 Colonies and Unit 2 Test
Tuesday- Unit 2 Test
Wednesday- DBQ-Salem Witch Trials
Block Day- Writing the essay for the Salem Witch Trials DBQ
Homework- Complete your DBQ essay if you do not do so in class.
Review resources listed under last week's agenda!
Monday-13 Colonies Scavenger Hunt Activity- Google Classroom- Complete Cornell Notes
Tuesday- Review Jamestown and Plymouth, review economic practices in the colonies, examine the Middle Passage and slavery in the colonies.
Wednesday- Complete a 5-W's summary about the Middle Passage citing evidence from the textbook. Examine the causes and effects of the French and Indian War.
Block Day- 13 Colonies geography quiz. Google Classroom. Complete Posters from Cornell Notes.
Homework- Start brainstorming ideas for what you want to do your history project on and look up sources that relate to the topic. Come up with at least 2 topics and look up at least 2 sources for each topic. The theme this year is “Breaking Barriers in History.” Due 09-18-Wednesday.
Monday- Cornell Notes check for Unit 1. Receive 13 Colonies map outline and fill it out by the three different colonial regions. Introduction to the thirteen colonies. Jamestown facts and fiction and an introduction to the Southern Colonies.
Tuesday- Introduction to the New England and Middle colonies, complete May Flower Compact primary source activity.
Wednesday- Group activity filling out Cornell Notes on the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies. Then students will then complete a graphic organizer about the origins of each of the 13 colonies.
Block Day- Finish the Cornell Notes for the 13 colonies. Then make a poster advertising the 13 colonies and why someone living in Europe would want to live in the colonies.
Homework- Start brainstorming ideas for what you want to do your history project on and look up sources that relate to the topic. Come up with at least 2 topics and look up at least 2 sources for each topic. The theme this year is “Breaking Barriers in History.”
Monday- Complete the Newsela Article and write your argument and counter-argument answering the question of whether or not the Pope should have become involved with the land dispute between Spain and Portugal. Then complete Cornell Notes for Unit 1 and Google classroom assignments.
Tuesday- Review for Continents and Oceans Quiz, in addition to the Unit 1 Assessment that will be on Wednesday.
Wednesday- Continents and Oceans Quiz and the Unit 1 Assessment.
Block Day- United States History Pre-CSMA
Monday- Go over the notebook. Review group activity from the block day. Introduction to Cornell Notes We will enter the important information from the activity into the notebook.
Tuesday- Introduction to our Google Classroom. Complete the Quizizz and Edpuzzle found in the assignment section.
Wednesday- Prezi presentation covering the Age of Exploration, Cornell Notes, and argumentative summary on which factor influenced exploration the most.
Block Day- In groups, we will analyze a Newsela Article examining the relationship between the Spanish, Portuguese, and the Pope of the Catholic Church. Then we will discuss the search for the Northwest Passage and the mystery of the Roanoke Colony. Makeup can be done with p.17-22 in the workbook.
Quiz on 7 Continents and 4 Oceans on the block day next week.
Monday- Welcome Back!!! Introduction PowerPoint, rules and procedures, ice breakers.
Tuesday- PowerPoint Day 2, notebook procedures, introduction to US History, receive a workbook.
Wednesday- Classroom test run. Bellwork, notebook, and classroom procedures review. The first assignment introduced.
Block Day- Analyze an article from Newsela comparing the competition between the European nations that will begin colonizing North and South America.