Week of Jan 8 (Q 2 Week 9)

716 – Per 2 – 716

Friday, January 12, 2018
Classwork: Analyzing Primary Sources: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsOlivBranchCommonSense
Task: Answer one of these questions, submit by end of class:
• Describe the tone of the document that you read. What were some specific words or phrases that best illustrate that tone?
• What was the author’s purpose in writing the document that you read?
• How do these documents reflect the attitudes of many colonists in July 1775 and January 1776? Why are they different?
Homework: No written homework

Thursday, January 11, 2018
Classwork: Analyzing Primary Sources: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsOlivBranchCommonSense
Homework: No written homework

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 (HW 110)
Classwork: Creating Main Ideas supporting with Cited Evidence: What was the purpose of the Continental Congresses? (Read page 112-114 of US History Textbook)
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Why did the First Continental Congress meet? Why did the second Continental Congress meet?

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Classwork: Categorizing Information: How did people choose sides during the Revolution?
DocumentsPatLoy Identify if Loyalist, Patriot or Neutral and justify response.
Homework: No written homework

Monday, January 8, 2018 (HW 1/8)
Classwork: Close Reading: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsBosTeaPartyReading
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?

613 – Per 4 – 613

Friday, January 12, 2018
Classwork: Analytical Viewing: Does “Turing Points: The Siege of Constantinople” exhibit bias?
DocumentsVideoViewingGraphOrg
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, January 11, 2018 (HW 1/11)
Classwork: Analytical Reading: Did Christer Jorgensen exhibit bias in “Constantinople 1453”?
DocumentsConstantinople 1453
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Did Christer Jorgensen exhibit bias in “Constantinople 1453”? Provide at least two pieces of evidence that are thoroughly analyzed to support your response.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Classwork: Close Reading: What was the results of the Siege of Constantinople?
DocumentsConstantinople 1453
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Classwork: Close Reading: What was the Siege of Constantinople?
DocumentsConstantinople 1453
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, January 8, 2018
Classwork: Close Reading: What was the Siege of Constantinople?
DocumentsConstantinople 1453

Homework: No written homework.

704 – Per 6 – 704

Thursday, January 11, 2018
Classwork: Close Reading: What happened at Lexington and Concord?
Documentslexington and concord
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Classwork: Close Reading: What were the causes and results of the Boston Tea Party?
DocumentsBosTeaPart704
Homework: No written homework.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Classwork: Close Reading: What were the causes and results of the Boston Tea Party?
DocumentsBosTeaPart704
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, January 8, 2018 (HW 1/8)
Classwork
: Close Reading: Why were the Sons and Daughters of Liberty
important?
DocumentsSonsofLiberty
Homework: If you did not complete work in class, complete and submit tomorrow.

702 – Per 7 – 702

Friday, January 12, 2018
Classwork: Analyzing Primary Sources: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsOlivBranchCommonSense
Task: Answer one of these questions, submit by end of class:
• Describe the tone of the document that you read. What were some specific words or phrases that best illustrate that tone?
• What was the author’s purpose in writing the document that you read?
• How do these documents reflect the attitudes of many colonists in July 1775 and January 1776? Why are they different?
Homework: No written homework

Thursday, January 11, 2018
Classwork: Analyzing Primary Sources: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
Documents: OlivBranchCommonSense
Homework: No written homework

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 (HW 110)
Classwork: Creating Main Ideas supporting with Cited Evidence: What was the purpose of the Continental Congresses? (Read page 112-114 of US History Textbook)
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Why did the First Continental Congress meet? Why did the second Continental Congress meet?

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Classwork: Categorizing Information: How did people choose sides during the Revolution?
Documents: PatLoy Identify if Loyalist, Patriot or Neutral and justify response.
Homework: No written homework

Monday, January 8, 2018 (HW 1/8)
Classwork: Close Reading: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsBosTeaPartyReading
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?

711 – Per 8 – 711

Friday, January 12, 2018
Classwork: Analyzing Primary Sources: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsOlivBranchCommonSense
Task: Answer one of these questions, submit by end of class:
• Describe the tone of the document that you read. What were some specific words or phrases that best illustrate that tone?
• What was the author’s purpose in writing the document that you read?
• How do these documents reflect the attitudes of many colonists in July 1775 and January 1776? Why are they different?
Homework: No written homework

Thursday, January 11, 2018
Classwork: Analyzing Primary Sources: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsOlivBranchCommonSense
Homework: No written homework

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 (HW 110)
Classwork: Creating Main Ideas supporting with Cited Evidence: What was the purpose of the Continental Congresses? (Read page 112-114 of US History Textbook)
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Why did the First Continental Congress meet? Why did the second Continental Congress meet?

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Classwork: Categorizing Information: How did people choose sides during the Revolution?
Documents: PatLoy Identify if Loyalist, Patriot or Neutral and justify response.
Homework: No written homework

Monday, January 8, 2018 (HW 1/8)
Classwork: Close Reading: What sequence of events led to the colonies declaring independence from Great Britain?
DocumentsBosTeaPartyReading
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?

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