Week of March 9 (T4 W2)

714 – Period 1

Friday, 13 March 2020
Classwork: No class due to half day
Announcement: Please sign up for google classrooms for Social Studies: Announcement714
Homework: No written homework.

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Thursday, 12 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will read and analyze a historical document So that I can understand the challenges of Washington’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain some precedents and compromises made during his first term
Text: GWashingtonFirstTerm
Homework: Announcement714

Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze primary sources So that I can differentiate Jefferson & Hamilton’s philosophy of governance I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the differences between the two
BoardNotes: t4w2d3BoardNotes
Text: Hamilton vs. Jefferson Lesson PlanHamilton v JEfferson QUestion
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 (HW 4.05)
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand some of the challenges in G. W.’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write main idea and title for a selection.
Boardnotes: t4w1d2BoardNotes
Text: WashingtonBeginsPresidency
Homework: Based on today’s reading, in a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, respond: What were the merits (+) and faults (-) of President Washington’s decision to put two such opposed thinkers (Hamilton and Jefferson) on his Cabinet?

Monday, 9 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will think about vocabulary So that I can explore the Presidency of George Washington I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify precedents set by George Washington independently
Text: GeorgeWashingtonPrecedents
Homework: No written homework.

718 – Period 2

Friday, 13 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will view a film about Washington So that I can gather information about his biography I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i understand why Washington made the decisions he did
Announcement: Please sign up for google classrooms for Social Studies: Announcement718
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 12 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will read and analyze a historical document So that I can understand the challenges of Washington’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain some precedents and compromises made during his first term
Text: GWashingtonFirstTerm
Homework: Announcement718

Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze primary sources So that I can differentiate Jefferson & Hamilton’s philosophy of governance I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the differences between the two
BoardNotes: t4w2d3BoardNotes
Text: Hamilton vs. Jefferson Lesson PlanHamilton v JEfferson QUestion
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 (HW 4.05)
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand some of the challenges in G. W.’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write main idea and title for a selection.
Boardnotes: t4w1d2BoardNotes
Text: WashingtonBeginsPresidency
Homework: Based on today’s reading, in a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, respond: What were the merits (+) and faults (-) of President Washington’s decision to put two such opposed thinkers (Hamilton and Jefferson) on his Cabinet?

Monday, 9 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will think about vocabulary So that I can explore the Presidency of George Washington I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify precedents set by George Washington independently
Text: GeorgeWashingtonPrecedents
Homework: No written homework.

703 – Period 5

Friday, 13 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze primary sources So that I can differentiate Jefferson & Hamilton’s philosophy of governance I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the differences between the two
BoardNotes: t4w2d3BoardNotes
Text: Hamilton vs. Jefferson Lesson PlanHamilton v JEfferson QUestion
Announcement: Please sign up for google classrooms for Social Studies: Announcement703
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 12 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will read and analyze a historical document So that I can understand the challenges of Washington’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain some precedents and compromises made during his first term
Text: GWashingtonFirstTerm
Homework: Announcement703

Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze primary sources So that I can differentiate Jefferson & Hamilton’s philosophy of governance I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the differences between the two
BoardNotes: t4w2d3BoardNotes
Text: Hamilton vs. Jefferson Lesson PlanHamilton v JEfferson QUestion
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 (HW 4.05)
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand some of the challenges in G. W.’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write main idea and title for a selection.
Boardnotes: t4w1d2BoardNotes
Text: WashingtonBeginsPresidency
Homework: Based on today’s reading, in a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, respond: What were the merits (+) and faults (-) of President Washington’s decision to put two such opposed thinkers (Hamilton and Jefferson) on his Cabinet?

Monday, 9 March 2020 (HW 4.0A)
Classwork: Today I will think about vocabulary So that I can explore the Presidency of George Washington I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify precedents set by George Washington independently
Text: GeorgeWashingtonPrecedents
Homework: On loose leaf please read over the ten facts about Washington from p 53 of Passports. Explain if the fact is a precedent or not a precedent and tell why.

713 – Period 6

Friday, 13 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will view a film about Washington So that I can gather information about his biography I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i understand why Washington made the decisions he did
Announcement: Please sign up for google classrooms for Social Studies: Announcement713
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 12 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will read and analyze a historical document So that I can understand the challenges of Washington’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain some precedents and compromises made during his first term
Text: GWashingtonFirstTerm
Homework: Announcement713

Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze primary sources So that I can differentiate Jefferson & Hamilton’s philosophy of governance I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the differences between the two
BoardNotes: t4w2d3BoardNotes
Text: Hamilton vs. Jefferson Lesson PlanHamilton v JEfferson QUestion
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 (HW 4.05)
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand some of the challenges in G. W.’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write main idea and title for a selection.
Boardnotes: t4w1d2BoardNotes
Text: WashingtonBeginsPresidency
Homework: Based on today’s reading, in a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, respond: What were the merits (+) and faults (-) of President Washington’s decision to put two such opposed thinkers (Hamilton and Jefferson) on his Cabinet?

Monday, 9 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will think about vocabulary So that I can explore the Presidency of George Washington I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify precedents set by George Washington independently
Text: GeorgeWashingtonPrecedents
Homework: No written homework.

702 – Period 7

Friday, 13 March 2020
Classwork: No class due to half day
Announcement: Please sign up for google classrooms for Social Studies: Announcement702
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 12 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will read and analyze a historical document So that I can understand the challenges of Washington’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain some precedents and compromises made during his first term
Text: GWashingtonFirstTerm
Homework: Announcement702

Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze primary sources So that I can differentiate Jefferson & Hamilton’s philosophy of governance I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the differences between the two
BoardNotes: t4w2d3BoardNotes
Text: Hamilton vs. Jefferson Lesson PlanHamilton v JEfferson QUestion
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 10 March 2020 (HW 4.05)
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand some of the challenges in G. W.’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write main idea and title for a selection.
Boardnotes: t4w1d2BoardNotes
Text: WashingtonBeginsPresidency
Homework: Based on today’s reading, in a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, respond: What were the merits (+) and faults (-) of President Washington’s decision to put two such opposed thinkers (Hamilton and Jefferson) on his Cabinet?

Monday, 9 March 2020
Classwork: Today I will think about vocabulary So that I can explore the Presidency of George Washington I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify precedents set by George Washington independently
Text: GeorgeWashingtonPrecedents
Homework: No written homework.

Week of 2 March (T 4 W 1)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 6 March 2020 (HW 4.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Bill of Rights So that I can understand what the first ten Amendments are I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i put the ten amendments in more understandable language and identify amendments in scenarios
BoardNotes: T4w1d5BoardNotes
Text: Bill of Rights
Homework: Bill of Rights Scenarios Use the handout from class of the Bill of Rights to identify the appropriate Amendment that is being infringed (violated) in the scenarios

Thursday, 5 March 2020 (HW 4.03)
Classwork; Today I will analyze political opinions So that I can understand the birth of American political parties I’ll know I’ve got it when I can decide to which party I’d have belonged in the early Nation
BoardNotes: t4w1d4BoardNotes
Text: FederalistVAntiFederalist
Homework: Based on today’s discussion, would you have been a Federalist or Anti-Federalist? Why? Please include three reasons to support your response.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020 (HW 4.02)
Classwork: Today I will annotate and take notes on a text So that I can understand the role of the legislative branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two things the legislative branch can do and two it cannot do.
BoardNotes: t4w1d3boardnotes
Text: LegislativeBranchWTP
Homework: In a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, identify and explain two things that Congress can do and two things Congress cannot do under the Constitution.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020 (HW 4.01)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and compare documents So that I can understand the requirements and responsibilities of the Executive Branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain what qualities would be important for a President to have.
Notes: BoardNotest4w1d2
Text: Executive Branch
Homework: Based on today’s reading, on loose-leaf in a paragraph of six or seven complete sentences, respond: When voting in an election, what characteristics would you look for in someone running for president?

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 6 March 2020 (HW 4.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Bill of Rights So that I can understand what the first ten Amendments are I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i put the ten amendments in more understandable language and identify amendments in scenarios
BoardNotes: T4w1d5BoardNotes
Text: Bill of Rights
Homework: Bill of Rights Scenarios Use the handout from class of the Bill of Rights to identify the appropriate Amendment that is being infringed (violated) in the scenarios

Thursday, 5 March 2020 (HW 4.03)
Classwork; Today I will analyze political opinions So that I can understand the birth of American political parties I’ll know I’ve got it when I can decide to which party I’d have belonged in the early Nation
BoardNotes: t4w1d4BoardNotes
Text: FederalistVAntiFederalist
Homework: Based on today’s discussion, would you have been a Federalist or Anti-Federalist? Why? Please include three reasons to support your response.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020 (HW 4.02)
Classwork: Today I will annotate and take notes on a text So that I can understand the role of the legislative branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two things the legislative branch can do and two it cannot do.
BoardNotes: t4w1d3boardnotes
Text: LegislativeBranchWTP
Homework: In a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, identify and explain two things that Congress can do and two things Congress cannot do under the Constitution.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020 (HW 4.01)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and compare documents So that I can understand the requirements and responsibilities of the Executive Branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain what qualities would be important for a President to have.
Notes: BoardNotest4w1d2
Text: Executive Branch
Homework: Based on today’s reading, on loose-leaf in a paragraph of six or seven complete sentences, respond: When voting in an election, what characteristics would you look for in someone running for president?

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 6 March 2020 (HW 4.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Bill of Rights So that I can understand what the first ten Amendments are I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i put the ten amendments in more understandable language and identify amendments in scenarios
BoardNotes: T4w1d5BoardNotes
Text: Bill of Rights
Homework: Bill of Rights Scenarios Use the handout from class of the Bill of Rights to identify the appropriate Amendment that is being infringed (violated) in the scenarios

Thursday, 5 March 2020 (HW 4.03)
Classwork; Today I will analyze political opinions So that I can understand the birth of American political parties I’ll know I’ve got it when I can decide to which party I’d have belonged in the early Nation
BoardNotes: t4w1d4BoardNotes
Text: FederalistVAntiFederalist
Homework: Based on today’s discussion, would you have been a Federalist or Anti-Federalist? Why? Please include three reasons to support your response.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020 (HW 4.02)
Classwork: Today I will annotate and take notes on a text So that I can understand the role of the legislative branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two things the legislative branch can do and two it cannot do.
BoardNotes: t4w1d3boardnotes
Text: LegislativeBranchWTP
Homework: In a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, identify and explain two things that Congress can do and two things Congress cannot do under the Constitution.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020 (HW 4.01)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and compare documents So that I can understand the requirements and responsibilities of the Executive Branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain what qualities would be important for a President to have.
Notes: BoardNotest4w1d2
Text: Executive Branch
Homework: Based on today’s reading, on loose-leaf in a paragraph of six or seven complete sentences, respond: When voting in an election, what characteristics would you look for in someone running for president?

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 6 March 2020 (HW 4.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Bill of Rights So that I can understand what the first ten Amendments are I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i put the ten amendments in more understandable language and identify amendments in scenarios
BoardNotes: T4w1d5BoardNotes
Text: Bill of Rights
Homework: Bill of Rights Scenarios Use the handout from class of the Bill of Rights to identify the appropriate Amendment that is being infringed (violated) in the scenarios

Thursday, 5 March 2020 (HW 4.03)
Classwork; Today I will analyze political opinions So that I can understand the birth of American political parties I’ll know I’ve got it when I can decide to which party I’d have belonged in the early Nation
BoardNotes: t4w1d4BoardNotes
Text: FederalistVAntiFederalist
Homework: Based on today’s discussion, would you have been a Federalist or Anti-Federalist? Why? Please include three reasons to support your response.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020 (HW 4.02)
Classwork: Today I will annotate and take notes on a text So that I can understand the role of the legislative branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two things the legislative branch can do and two it cannot do.
BoardNotes: t4w1d3boardnotes
Text: LegislativeBranchWTP
Homework: In a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, identify and explain two things that Congress can do and two things Congress cannot do under the Constitution.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020 (HW 4.01)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and compare documents So that I can understand the requirements and responsibilities of the Executive Branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain what qualities would be important for a President to have.
Notes: BoardNotest4w1d2
Text: Executive Branch
Homework: Based on today’s reading, on loose-leaf in a paragraph of six or seven complete sentences, respond: When voting in an election, what characteristics would you look for in someone running for president?

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 6 March 2020 (HW 4.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Bill of Rights So that I can understand what the first ten Amendments are I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i put the ten amendments in more understandable language and identify amendments in scenarios
BoardNotes: T4w1d5BoardNotes
Text: Bill of Rights
Homework: Bill of Rights Scenarios Use the handout from class of the Bill of Rights to identify the appropriate Amendment that is being infringed (violated) in the scenarios

Thursday, 5 March 2020 (HW 4.03)
Classwork; Today I will analyze political opinions So that I can understand the birth of American political parties I’ll know I’ve got it when I can decide to which party I’d have belonged in the early Nation
BoardNotes: t4w1d4BoardNotes
Text: FederalistVAntiFederalist
Homework: Based on today’s discussion, would you have been a Federalist or Anti-Federalist? Why? Please include three reasons to support your response.

Wednesday, 4 March 2020 (HW 4.02)
Classwork: Today I will annotate and take notes on a text So that I can understand the role of the legislative branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two things the legislative branch can do and two it cannot do.
BoardNotes: t4w1d3boardnotes
Text: LegislativeBranchWTP
Homework: In a paragraph of at least five complete sentences, identify and explain two things that Congress can do and two things Congress cannot do under the Constitution.

Tuesday, 3 March 2020 (HW 4.01)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and compare documents So that I can understand the requirements and responsibilities of the Executive Branch I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain what qualities would be important for a President to have.
Notes: BoardNotest4w1d2
Text: Executive Branch
Homework: Based on today’s reading, on loose-leaf in a paragraph of six or seven complete sentences, respond: When voting in an election, what characteristics would you look for in someone running for president?

 

Week of 24 February (T3 W 8)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 28 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will categorize functions of the government So that I can understand what tasks are completed by which government I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i categorize four government scenarios independently
Notes7t3w8d5BoardNotes
Text: FederalismScenarios
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 27 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify evidence in the Constitution of the principles upon which the United States was founded I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently identify principles of the constitution
Boardnotes: t3w8d4BoardNotes
Text: ConstitutionAbridged Principals of the Constitution
Homework: Complete classwork if you hadn’t finished it in class.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify how it dealt with slavery I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently explain three clauses
Text: SlaveryConstitution
Notes: t3w8d3BoardNotes
Homework: Complete classwork for today.

Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will think analytically So that I can consider a compromise
I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a compromise.
TextGreat Compromise
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, 24 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze historical documents So that I can understand perspectives of government power I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain why the Articles of Confederation were weak.
Text: shaysrebellion
Homework: No written homework.

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 28 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will categorize functions of the government So that I can understand what tasks are completed by which government I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i categorize four government scenarios independently
Notes7t3w8d5BoardNotes
Text: FederalismScenarios
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 27 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify evidence in the Constitution of the principles upon which the United States was founded I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently identify principles of the constitution
Boardnotes: t3w8d4BoardNotes
Text: ConstitutionAbridged Principals of the Constitution
Homework: Complete classwork if you hadn’t finished it in class.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify how it dealt with slavery I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently explain three clauses
Text: SlaveryConstitution
Notes: t3w8d3BoardNotes
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will think analytically So that I can consider a compromise
I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a compromise.
TextGreat Compromise
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, 24 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze historical documents So that I can understand perspectives of government power I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain why the Articles of Confederation were weak.
Text: shaysrebellion
Homework: No written homework.

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 28 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will categorize functions of the government So that I can understand what tasks are completed by which government I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i categorize four government scenarios independently
Notes7t3w8d5BoardNotes
Text: FederalismScenarios
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 27 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify evidence in the Constitution of the principles upon which the United States was founded I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently identify principles of the constitution
Boardnotes: t3w8d4BoardNotes
Text: ConstitutionAbridged Principals of the Constitution
Homework: Complete classwork if you hadn’t finished it in class.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify how it dealt with slavery I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently explain three clauses
Text: SlaveryConstitution
Notes: t3w8d3BoardNotes
Homework: Complete classwork for today.

Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will think analytically So that I can consider a compromise
I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a compromise.
TextGreat Compromise
Notes: t3w8d3BoardNotes
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, 24 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze historical documents So that I can understand perspectives of government power I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain why the Articles of Confederation were weak.
Text: shaysrebellion
Homework: No written homework.

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 28 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will categorize functions of the government So that I can understand what tasks are completed by which government I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i categorize four government scenarios independently
Notes7t3w8d5BoardNotes
Text: FederalismScenarios
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 27 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify evidence in the Constitution of the principles upon which the United States was founded I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently identify principles of the constitution
Boardnotes: t3w8d4BoardNotes
Text: ConstitutionAbridged Principals of the Constitution
Homework: Complete classwork if you hadn’t finished it in class.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify how it dealt with slavery I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently explain three clauses
Text: SlaveryConstitution
Notes: t3w8d3BoardNotes
Homework: Complete classwork for today.

Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will think analytically So that I can consider a compromise
I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a compromise.
TextGreat Compromise
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, 24 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze historical documents So that I can understand perspectives of government power I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain why the Articles of Confederation were weak.
Text: shaysrebellion
Homework: No written homework.

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 28 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will categorize functions of the government So that I can understand what tasks are completed by which government I’ll know I’ve got it when I can i categorize four government scenarios independently
Notes7t3w8d5BoardNotes
Text: FederalismScenarios
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 27 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify evidence in the Constitution of the principles upon which the United States was founded I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently identify principles of the constitution
Boardnotes: t3w8d4BoardNotes
Text: ConstitutionAbridged Principals of the Constitution
Homework: Complete classwork if you hadn’t finished it in class.

Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the constitution So that I can identify how it dealt with slavery I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently explain three clauses
Text: ThreeFifthsCompromise
Notes: t3w8d3BoardNotes
Homework: Complete classwork for today.

Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will think analytically So that I can consider a compromise
I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a compromise.
TextGreat Compromise
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, 24 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze historical documents So that I can understand perspectives of government power I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain why the Articles of Confederation were weak.
Text: shaysrebellion
Homework: No written homework.

Week of 10 February (T3 W7)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 14 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will watch a film So that I can compare old media entertainment to new media entertainment I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify similarities and differences
Film: Monkey Business (1931)
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 13 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework. Please continue studying for Part 2 of test.

Monday, 10 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Articles of Confederation So that I can categorize the articles I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
Notes: T3W7D1Notes
Text: Articles of Confederation Modified w GO
Homework: No written homework. Test tomorrow.

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 14 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will watch a film So that I can compare old media entertainment to new media entertainment I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify similarities and differences
Film: Monkey Business (1931)
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 13 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework. Please continue studying for Part 2 of test.

Monday, 10 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Articles of Confederation So that I can categorize the articles I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
Notes: T3W7D1Notes
Text: Articles of Confederation Modified w GO
Homework: No written homework. Test tomorrow.

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 14 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will watch a film So that I can compare old media entertainment to new media entertainment I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify similarities and differences
Film: Monkey Business (1931)
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 13 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework. Please continue studying for Part 2 of test.

Monday, 10 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Articles of Confederation So that I can categorize the articles I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
Notes: T3W7D1Notes
Text: Articles of Confederation Modified w GO
Homework: No written homework. Test tomorrow.

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 14 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will watch a film So that I can compare old media entertainment to new media entertainment I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify similarities and differences
Film: Monkey Business (1931)
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 13 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework. Please continue studying for Part 2 of test.

Monday, 10 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Articles of Confederation So that I can categorize the articles I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
Notes: T3W7D1Notes
Text: Articles of Confederation Modified w GO
Homework: No written homework. Test tomorrow.

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 14 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will watch a film So that I can compare old media entertainment to new media entertainment I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify similarities and differences
Film: Monkey Business (1931)
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 13 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will take an assessment So that I can demonstrate my understanding and analytical ability of the American Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can complete the assessment
Homework: No written homework. Please continue studying for Part 2 of test.

Monday, 10 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze the Articles of Confederation So that I can categorize the articles I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
Notes: T3W7D1Notes
Text: Articles of Confederation Modified w GO
Homework: No written homework. Test tomorrow.

 

Week of 3 February (T 3 W 6)

Period 1 – 714

Thursday, 6 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for main idea So that I can identify the important parts of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently read, title and write main idea of a text.
Notes: t3w6d4Notes
Text: ArtilcesofConfed1
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will preview vocabulary So that I can be prepared for the third unit terms I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify vocabulary terms
Notes: t3w6d3Notes
Text: Unit3Vocabulary
Screen Shot 2020-02-05 at 10.01.33 AM
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand  of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two problems in the AoC and their causes.
Text: articlesofconfederationintro
Homework: No written homework

Monday, 3 February 2020 (HW 3.08)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the social, political and economic effects of the A. R. on different people I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create an artistic rendering of the effects of A.R. on this particular person.
Text: revolutionaffectscolonists
Homework: Create a Mind Mirror or a Tweet poem (144 or less characters) describing how the author of the document feels about the Revolution. (Abigail Adams, Corn Planter, Frederick Douglass, or Plough Jogger)

Period 2 – 718

Thursday, 6 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for main idea So that I can identify the important parts of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently read, title and write main idea of a text.
Notes: t3w6d4Notes
TextArtofConfedShay2
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will preview vocabulary So that I can be prepared for the third unit terms I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify vocabulary terms
Notes: t3w6d3Notes
Text: Unit3Vocabulary
Screen Shot 2020-02-05 at 10.01.33 AM
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand  of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two problems in the AoC and their causes.
Text: articlesofconfederationintro
Homework: No written homework

Monday, 3 February 2020 (HW 3.08)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the social, political and economic effects of the A. R. on different people I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create an artistic rendering of the effects of A.R. on this particular person.
Text: revolutionaffectscolonists
Homework: Create a Mind Mirror or a Tweet poem (144 or less characters) describing how the author of the document feels about the Revolution. (Abigail Adams, Corn Planter, Frederick Douglass, or Plough Jogger)

Period 5 – 703

Thursday, 6 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for main idea So that I can identify the important parts of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently read, title and write main idea of a text.
Notes: t3w6d4Notes
Text: ArtilcesofConfed1
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will preview vocabulary So that I can be prepared for the third unit terms I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify vocabulary terms
Notes: t3w6d3Notes
Text: Unit3Vocabulary
Screen Shot 2020-02-05 at 10.01.33 AM
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand  of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two problems in the AoC and their causes.
Text: articlesofconfederationintro
Homework: No written homework

Monday, 3 February 2020 (HW 3.08)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the social, political and economic effects of the A. R. on different people I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create an artistic rendering of the effects of A.R. on this particular person.
Text: revolutionaffectscolonists
Homework: Create a Mind Mirror or a Tweet poem (144 or less characters) describing how the author of the document feels about the Revolution. (Abigail Adams, Corn Planter, Frederick Douglass, or Plough Jogger)

Period 6 – 713

Thursday, 6 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for main idea So that I can identify the important parts of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently read, title and write main idea of a text.
Notes: t3w6d4Notes
Text: ArtilcesofConfed1
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will preview vocabulary So that I can be prepared for the third unit terms I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify vocabulary terms
Notes: t3w6d3Notes
Text: Unit3Vocabulary
Screen Shot 2020-02-05 at 10.01.33 AM
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand  of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two problems in the AoC and their causes.
Text: articlesofconfederationintro
Homework: No written homework

Monday, 3 February 2020 (HW 3.08)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the social, political and economic effects of the A. R. on different people I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create an artistic rendering of the effects of A.R. on this particular person.
Text: revolutionaffectscolonists
Homework: Create a Mind Mirror or a Tweet poem (144 or less characters) describing how the author of the document feels about the Revolution. (Abigail Adams, Corn Planter, Frederick Douglass, or Plough Jogger)

Period 7 – 702

Thursday, 6 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for main idea So that I can identify the important parts of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently read, title and write main idea of a text.
Notes: t3w6d4Notes
Text: ArtilcesofConfed1
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will preview vocabulary So that I can be prepared for the third unit terms I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify vocabulary terms
Notes: t3w6d3Notes
Text: Unit3Vocabulary
Screen Shot 2020-02-05 at 10.01.33 AM
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 4 February 2020
Classwork: Today I will read for Main Idea So that I can understand  of the Articles of Confederation I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two problems in the AoC and their causes.
Text: articlesofconfederationintro
Homework: No written homework

Monday, 3 February 2020 (HW 3.08)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the social, political and economic effects of the A. R. on different people I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create an artistic rendering of the effects of A.R. on this particular person.
Text: revolutionaffectscolonists
Homework: Create a Mind Mirror or a Tweet poem (144 or less characters) describing how the author of the document feels about the Revolution. (Abigail Adams, Corn Planter, Frederick Douglass, or Plough Jogger)

Week of 27 January (T 3 W 5)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 31 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Film: A Short Video about the Battle of Saratoga
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 30 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will establish the main idea of a text So that I can understand the sequence of battles that resulted in American Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can title and summarize a text independently
Text: AmRevEarlyBattles17761777 LaterBattlesofAmRev
Homework: No written homework.

Unit 2 Text will be on Feb 11. 

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 31 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Film: A Short Video about the Battle of Saratoga
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 30 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will establish the main idea of a text So that I can understand the sequence of battles that resulted in American Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can title and summarize a text independently
Text: AmRevEarlyBattles17761777 LaterBattlesofAmRev
Homework: No written homework.

Unit 2 Text will be on Feb 11. 

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 31 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Film: A Short Video about the Battle of Saratoga
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 30 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will establish the main idea of a text So that I can understand the sequence of battles that resulted in American Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can title and summarize a text independently
Text: AmRevEarlyBattles17761777
Homework: No written homework.

Unit 2 Text will be on Feb 11. 

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 31 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Film: A Short Video about the Battle of Saratoga
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 30 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will establish the main idea of a text So that I can understand the sequence of battles that resulted in American Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can title and summarize a text independently
Text: AmRevEarlyBattles17761777
Homework: No written homework.

Unit 2 Text will be on Feb 11. 

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 31 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Film: A Short Video about the Battle of Saratoga
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 30 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading of a historical document So that I can categorize the key information from the Siege of Yorktown I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently categorize information
Text: Siege of Yorktown Battle Graphic Organizer
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will establish the main idea of a text So that I can understand the sequence of battles that resulted in American Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can title and summarize a text independently
Text: AmRevEarlyBattles17761777
Homework: No written homework.

Unit 2 Text will be on Feb 11. 

Week of 21 January (T 3 W 4)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 24 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 23 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 22 January 2020 (HW 3.07)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Did Washington prove himself to be a good leader at the Battle of Brooklyn? Why or why not? Cite 2 pieces of Evidence to support response.

Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: No written homework.

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 24 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 23 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 22 January 2020 (HW 3.07)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Did Washington prove himself to be a good leader at the Battle of Brooklyn? Why or why not? Cite 2 pieces of Evidence to support response.

Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: No written homework.

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 24 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 23 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 22 January 2020 (HW 3.07)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Did Washington prove himself to be a good leader at the Battle of Brooklyn? Why or why not? Cite 2 pieces of Evidence to support response.

Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: No written homework.

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 24 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 23 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 22 January 2020 (HW 3.07)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Did Washington prove himself to be a good leader at the Battle of Brooklyn? Why or why not? Cite 2 pieces of Evidence to support response.

Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: No written homework.

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 24 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, 23 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze document So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Saratoga I’ll know I’ve got it when I can record important information from a battle
Text: Battles of Saratoga battlegraphicorganizer2
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 22 January 2020 (HW 3.07)
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Did Washington prove himself to be a good leader at the Battle of Brooklyn? Why or why not? Cite 2 pieces of Evidence to support response.

Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze documents So that I can identify the importance of the Battle of Long Island  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can tell whether or not Washington was a successful military leader.
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
Homework: No written homework.

Week of 13 January (T 3 W 3)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 17 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will create a bibliography So that I can appropriately give credit to the sources of information I’ll know I’ve got it when I can write a paper with a bibliography page
Text: Bibliography Worksheet
Homework: Dear Mr. Washington Project due 4 February 2020

Thursday, 16 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will take the roll of an African American during the Revolution So that I can understand the reasons why they were a Loyalist or Patriot I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write a letter to Washington.
Text: AAmericanChooseSides
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation So that I can understand the strategies used to gain support of enslaved peoples during the Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently hypothesize reactions to the Proclamation
Notes: t3w3d3EnslavedPeopleinRevolution
Text: LordDunmoresProclamation
Cool Story: harrison
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020 (HW 3.06)
Classwork: Today I will analyze philosophical ideas So that I can understand how they influenced the Declaration of Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify the philosophical idea that I most agree with
Notes: t3w3d2PhilosophyNotes
Text: PhilosophyofGovernance
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Would you rather live in a world governed by the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, or Jean-Jacques Rousseau? Why?

Monday, 13 January 2020 (HW 3.05)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and take notes on documents So that I can understand the experience of soldiers during the American Revolution  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe the general experiences of soldiers in the American revolution in three of nine possible activities
Text: SoldiersLife
Homework: On loose-leaf in paragraphs of at least five complete sentences each: complete three of the nine activities on the “Think-Tac-Toe” activity sheet, SoldiersLife

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 17 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will create a bibliography So that I can appropriately give credit to the sources of information I’ll know I’ve got it when I can write a paper with a bibliography page
Text: Bibliography Worksheet
Homework: Dear Mr. Washington Project due 4 February 2020

Thursday, 16 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will take the roll of an African American during the Revolution So that I can understand the reasons why they were a Loyalist or Patriot I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write a letter to Washington.
Text: AAmericanChooseSides
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation So that I can understand the strategies used to gain support of enslaved peoples during the Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently hypothesize reactions to the Proclamation
Notes: t3w3d3EnslavedPeopleinRevolution
Text: LordDunmoresProclamation
Cool Story: harrison
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020 (HW 3.06)
Classwork: Today I will analyze philosophical ideas So that I can understand how they influenced the Declaration of Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify the philosophical idea that I most agree with
Notes: t3w3d2PhilosophyNotes
Text: PhilosophyofGovernance
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Would you rather live in a world governed by the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, or Jean-Jacques Rousseau? Why?

Monday, 13 January 2020 (HW 3.05)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and take notes on documents So that I can understand the experience of soldiers during the American Revolution  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe the general experiences of soldiers in the American revolution in three of nine possible activities
Text: SoldiersLife
Homework: On loose-leaf in paragraphs of at least five complete sentences each: complete three of the nine activities on the “Think-Tac-Toe” activity sheet, SoldiersLife

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 17 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will create a bibliography So that I can appropriately give credit to the sources of information I’ll know I’ve got it when I can write a paper with a bibliography page
Text: Bibliography Worksheet
Homework: Dear Mr. Washington Project due 4 February 2020

Thursday, 16 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will take the roll of an African American during the Revolution So that I can understand the reasons why they were a Loyalist or Patriot I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write a letter to Washington.
Text: AAmericanChooseSides
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation So that I can understand the strategies used to gain support of enslaved peoples during the Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently hypothesize reactions to the Proclamation
Notes: t3w3d3EnslavedPeopleinRevolution
Text: LordDunmoresProclamation
Cool Story: harrison
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020 (HW 3.06)
Classwork: Today I will analyze philosophical ideas So that I can understand how they influenced the Declaration of Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify the philosophical idea that I most agree with
Notes: t3w3d2PhilosophyNotes
Text: PhilosophyofGovernance
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Would you rather live in a world governed by the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, or Jean-Jacques Rousseau? Why?

Monday, 13 January 2020 (HW 3.05)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and take notes on documents So that I can understand the experience of soldiers during the American Revolution  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe the general experiences of soldiers in the American revolution in three of nine possible activities
Text: SoldiersLife
Homework: On loose-leaf in paragraphs of at least five complete sentences each: complete three of the nine activities on the “Think-Tac-Toe” activity sheet, SoldiersLife

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 17 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will create a bibliography So that I can appropriately give credit to the sources of information I’ll know I’ve got it when I can write a paper with a bibliography page
Text: Bibliography Worksheet
Homework: Dear Mr. Washington Project due 4 February 2020

Thursday, 16 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will take the roll of an African American during the Revolution So that I can understand the reasons why they were a Loyalist or Patriot I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write a letter to Washington.
Text: AAmericanChooseSides
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation So that I can understand the strategies used to gain support of enslaved peoples during the Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently hypothesize reactions to the Proclamation
Notes: t3w3d3EnslavedPeopleinRevolution
Text: LordDunmoresProclamation
Cool Story: harrison
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020 (HW 3.06)
Classwork: Today I will analyze philosophical ideas So that I can understand how they influenced the Declaration of Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify the philosophical idea that I most agree with
Notes: t3w3d2PhilosophyNotes
Text: PhilosophyofGovernance
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Would you rather live in a world governed by the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, or Jean-Jacques Rousseau? Why?

Monday, 13 January 2020 (HW 3.05)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and take notes on documents So that I can understand the experience of soldiers during the American Revolution  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe the general experiences of soldiers in the American revolution in three of nine possible activities
Text: SoldiersLife
Homework: On loose-leaf in paragraphs of at least five complete sentences each: complete three of the nine activities on the “Think-Tac-Toe” activity sheet, SoldiersLife

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 17 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will create a bibliography So that I can appropriately give credit to the sources of information I’ll know I’ve got it when I can write a paper with a bibliography page
Text: Bibliography Worksheet
Homework: Dear Mr. Washington Project due 4 February 2020

Thursday, 16 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will take the roll of an African American during the Revolution So that I can understand the reasons why they were a Loyalist or Patriot I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently write a letter to Washington.
Text: AAmericanChooseSides
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Classwork: Today I will analyze Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation So that I can understand the strategies used to gain support of enslaved peoples during the Revolution I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently hypothesize reactions to the Proclamation
Notes: t3w3d3EnslavedPeopleinRevolution
Text: LordDunmoresProclamation
Cool Story: harrison
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, 14 January 2020 (HW 3.06)
Classwork: Today I will analyze philosophical ideas So that I can understand how they influenced the Declaration of Independence I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify the philosophical idea that I most agree with
Notes: t3w3d2PhilosophyNotes
Text: PhilosophyofGovernance
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Would you rather live in a world governed by the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, or Jean-Jacques Rousseau? Why?

Monday, 13 January 2020 (HW 3.05)
Classwork: Today I will analyze and take notes on documents So that I can understand the experience of soldiers during the American Revolution  I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe the general experiences of soldiers in the American revolution in three of nine possible activities
Text: SoldiersLife
Homework: On loose-leaf in paragraphs of at least five complete sentences each: complete three of the nine activities on the “Think-Tac-Toe” activity sheet, SoldiersLife.

Week of 6 Jan (T3 W2)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 10 January 2019 (HW 3.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can evaluate the purposes of the Declaration of Independence.
Text: decofindepexcerpts DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions
Homework: Read and annotate the Declaration of Independence Excerpts (decofindepexcerpts) and then respond to five questions on handout (DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions)

Thursday, 9 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical event So that I can translate the causes and results of the Second Continental Congress I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify a cause and a result of the second continental congress
Film: Liberty’s Kids Episode 5 “The Second Continental Congress”
Viewing Questions: 1. What were the causes of the Second Continental Congress? 2. Who met at the Second Continental Congress? 3. What did they do at the Second Continental Congress?/What were the results of the Second Continental Congress?
Homework: No written homework, however the Comic Strip is due tomorrow based on the Battle of Lexington and Concord ComicRubric comicsixpanel

Wednesday, 8 January 2019 (HW 3.03)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two of the most important causes.
Notes: t3w2d3Notes
Text: commonsense
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Of the several reasons Thomas Paine offered, which two do you think were the most sensible and why?

Tuesday, 7 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspectives of the Battle of Lexington & Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7T3w2d2Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
Comic Template: comicsixpanel
RubricComicRubric
Homework: No written homework. However, the six panel comic is due on Friday 10 January.

Monday, 6 January 2019 (HW 3.02)
Classwork
: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspective of the Battle of Lexington and Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic novel representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7t3w2d1Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
RubricComicRubric
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you think General Gage was trying to instigate a fight by taking guns at Concord? Why or why not?

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 10 January 2019 (HW 3.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can evaluate the purposes of the Declaration of Independence.
Text: decofindepexcerpts DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions
Homework: Read and annotate the Declaration of Independence Excerpts (decofindepexcerpts) and then respond to five questions on handout (DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions)

Thursday, 9 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical event So that I can translate the causes and results of the Second Continental Congress I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify a cause and a result of the second continental congress
Film: Liberty’s Kids Episode 5 “The Second Continental Congress”
Viewing Questions: 1. What were the causes of the Second Continental Congress? 2. Who met at the Second Continental Congress? 3. What did they do at the Second Continental Congress?/What were the results of the Second Continental Congress?
Homework: No written homework, however the Comic Strip is due tomorrow based on the Battle of Lexington and Concord ComicRubric comicsixpanel

Wednesday, 8 January 2019 (HW 3.03)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two of the most important causes.
Notes: t3w2d3Notes
Text: commonsense
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Of the several reasons Thomas Paine offered, which two do you think were the most sensible and why?

Tuesday, 7 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspectives of the Battle of Lexington & Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7T3w2d2Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
Comic Template: comicsixpanel
RubricComicRubric
Homework: No written homework. However, the six panel comic is due on Friday 10 January.

Monday, 6 January 2019 (HW 3.02)
Classwork
: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspective of the Battle of Lexington and Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic novel representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7t3w2d1Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
RubricComicRubric
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you think General Gage was trying to instigate a fight by taking guns at Concord? Why or why not?

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 10 January 2019 (HW 3.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can evaluate the purposes of the Declaration of Independence.
Text: decofindepexcerpts DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions
Homework: Read and annotate the Declaration of Independence Excerpts (decofindepexcerpts) and then respond to five questions on handout (DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions)

Thursday, 9 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical event So that I can translate the causes and results of the Second Continental Congress I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify a cause and a result of the second continental congress
Film: Liberty’s Kids Episode 5 “The Second Continental Congress”
Viewing Questions: 1. What were the causes of the Second Continental Congress? 2. Who met at the Second Continental Congress? 3. What did they do at the Second Continental Congress?/What were the results of the Second Continental Congress?
Homework: No written homework, however the Comic Strip is due tomorrow based on the Battle of Lexington and Concord ComicRubric comicsixpanel

Wednesday, 8 January 2019 (HW 3.03)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two of the most important causes.
Notes: t3w2d3Notes
Text: commonsense
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Of the several reasons Thomas Paine offered, which two do you think were the most sensible and why?

Tuesday, 7 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspectives of the Battle of Lexington & Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7T3w2d2Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
Comic Template: comicsixpanel
RubricComicRubric
Homework: No written homework. However, the six panel comic is due on Friday 10 January.

Monday, 6 January 2019 (HW 3.02)
Classwork
: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspective of the Battle of Lexington and Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic novel representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7t3w2d1Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
RubricComicRubric
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you think General Gage was trying to instigate a fight by taking guns at Concord? Why or why not?

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 10 January 2019 (HW 3.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can evaluate the purposes of the Declaration of Independence.
Text: decofindepexcerpts DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions
Homework: Read and annotate the Declaration of Independence Excerpts (decofindepexcerpts) and then respond to five questions on handout (DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions)

Thursday, 9 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical event So that I can translate the causes and results of the Second Continental Congress I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify a cause and a result of the second continental congress
Film: Liberty’s Kids Episode 5 “The Second Continental Congress”
Viewing Questions: 1. What were the causes of the Second Continental Congress? 2. Who met at the Second Continental Congress? 3. What did they do at the Second Continental Congress?/What were the results of the Second Continental Congress?
Homework: No written homework, however the Comic Strip is due tomorrow based on the Battle of Lexington and Concord ComicRubric comicsixpanel

Wednesday, 8 January 2019 (HW 3.03)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two of the most important causes.
Notes: t3w2d3Notes
Text: commonsense
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Of the several reasons Thomas Paine offered, which two do you think were the most sensible and why?

Tuesday, 7 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspectives of the Battle of Lexington & Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7T3w2d2Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
Comic Template: comicsixpanel
RubricComicRubric
Homework: No written homework. However, the six panel comic is due on Friday 10 January.

Monday, 6 January 2019 (HW 3.02)
Classwork
: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspective of the Battle of Lexington and Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic novel representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7t3w2d1Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
RubricComicRubric
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you think General Gage was trying to instigate a fight by taking guns at Concord? Why or why not?

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 10 January 2019 (HW 3.04)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can evaluate the purposes of the Declaration of Independence.
Text: decofindepexcerpts DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions
Homework: Read and annotate the Declaration of Independence Excerpts (decofindepexcerpts) and then respond to five questions on handout (DecOfIndepGuidingQuestions)

Thursday, 9 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical event So that I can translate the causes and results of the Second Continental Congress I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify a cause and a result of the second continental congress
Film: Liberty’s Kids Episode 5 “The Second Continental Congress”
Viewing Questions: 1. What were the causes of the Second Continental Congress? 2. Who met at the Second Continental Congress? 3. What did they do at the Second Continental Congress?/What were the results of the Second Continental Congress?
Homework: No written homework, however the Comic Strip is due tomorrow based on the Battle of Lexington and Concord ComicRubric comicsixpanel

Wednesday, 8 January 2019 (HW 3.03)
Classwork: Today I will analyze a historical document So that I can translate the causes of an event I’ll know I’ve got it when I can identify two of the most important causes.
Notes: t3w2d3Notes
Text: commonsense
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Of the several reasons Thomas Paine offered, which two do you think were the most sensible and why?

Tuesday, 7 January 2019
Classwork: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspectives of the Battle of Lexington & Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7T3w2d2Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
Comic Template: comicsixpanel
RubricComicRubric
Homework: No written homework. However, the six panel comic is due on Friday 10 January.

Monday, 6 January 2019 (HW 3.02)
Classwork
: Today I will create a narrative of a historical event So that I can demonstrate perspective of the Battle of Lexington and Concord I’ll know I’ve got it when I can create a graphic novel representation of a historical event.
Notes: 7t3w2d1Notes
TextLexingtonConcord
RubricComicRubric
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you think General Gage was trying to instigate a fight by taking guns at Concord? Why or why not?

Week of 2 January ( T 3 W 1)

Period 1 – 714

Friday, 3 January
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading so that I can organize information on a timeline I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently complete a timeline.
Notes: BritActionsColReActions
Text: ColonialConflict TimeLine
Homework: No written homework. Please turn in your essay on Monday CrownorColonyTask

Thursday, 2 January (HW 3.01)
Classwork: Today I will summarize documents So that I can understand the causes & effects of the Boston Tea Party I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe how Boston Tea party united colonists.
Notes: BTPNotes
Text: BosTeaPartyReading
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: How did the Boston Tea Party and the Intolerable Acts help to unite the Patriots in their fight against the British?

Period 2 – 718

Friday, 3 January
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading so that I can organize information on a timeline I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently complete a timeline.
Notes: BritActionsColReActions
Text: ColonialConflict TimeLine
Homework: No written homework. Please turn in your essay on Monday CrownorColonyTask

Thursday, 2 January (HW 3.01)
Classwork: Today I will summarize documents So that I can understand the causes & effects of the Boston Tea Party I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe how Boston Tea party united colonists.
Notes: BTPNotes
Text: BosTeaPartyReading
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: How did the Boston Tea Party and the Intolerable Acts help to unite the Patriots in their fight against the British?

Period 5 – 703

Friday, 3 January
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading so that I can organize information on a timeline I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently complete a timeline.
Notes: BritActionsColReActions
Text: ColonialConflict TimeLine
Homework: No written homework. Please turn in your essay on Monday CrownorColonyTask

Thursday, 2 January (HW 3.01)
Classwork: Today I will summarize documents So that I can understand the causes & effects of the Boston Tea Party I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe how Boston Tea party united colonists.
Notes: BTPNotes
Text: BosTeaPartyReading
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: How did the Boston Tea Party and the Intolerable Acts help to unite the Patriots in their fight against the British?

Period 6 – 713

Friday, 3 January
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading so that I can organize information on a timeline I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently complete a timeline.
Notes: BritActionsColReActions
Text: ColonialConflict TimeLine
Homework: No written homework. Please turn in your essay on Monday CrownorColonyTask

Thursday, 2 January (HW 3.01)
Classwork: Today I will summarize documents So that I can understand the causes & effects of the Boston Tea Party I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe how Boston Tea party united colonists.
Notes: BTPNotes
Text: BosTeaPartyReading
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: How did the Boston Tea Party and the Intolerable Acts help to unite the Patriots in their fight against the British?

Period 7 – 702

Friday, 3 January
Classwork: Today I will do a close reading so that I can organize information on a timeline I’ll know I’ve got it when I can independently complete a timeline.
Notes: BritActionsColReActions
Text: ColonialConflict TimeLine
Homework: No written homework. Please turn in your essay on Monday CrownorColonyTask

Thursday, 2 January (HW 3.01)
Classwork: Today I will summarize documents So that I can understand the causes & effects of the Boston Tea Party I’ll know I’ve got it when I can describe how Boston Tea party united colonists.
Notes: BTPNotes
Text: BosTeaPartyReading
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: How did the Boston Tea Party and the Intolerable Acts help to unite the Patriots in their fight against the British?