Week of 14 Jan (T3 W1)

713 – Period 1 – 713

Friday, January 18, 2019 (HW 3-3)
Classwork: Main Idea of a Text: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Text: europesoutherevwar
Homework: Do you think the colonists could have won independence without aid from foreigners? Explain.

Thursday, January 17, 2019
Classwork: Critical Thinking & Writing: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Activity: Students will use accurate 18th-century terminology to create a letter encouraging women to demonstrate their patriotism by supporting the war effort.
Text: letterwomenrev american revolution map (1)
Homework: If you have not completed the letter, please complete it for tomorrow.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Classwork: Critical Thinking & Writing: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Activity: Students will use accurate 18th-century terminology to create a letter encouraging women to demonstrate their patriotism by supporting the war effort.
Text: letterwomenrev
Homework: Be sure to have a draft of your letter prepared for tomorrow.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 (HW 3-2)
Classwork: Document Analysis: What role did New York City play in the Revolutionary War?
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
HomeworkIn 1913, Eugenie M. Raye wrote in her poem, The Battle of Brooklyn, that Washington “saved a nation at the birth, That Freedom’s life might endless be on earth!”
On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you agree with Eugenie Raye that Washington saved the nation at the Battle of Long Island? Why or why not?

Monday, January 14, 2019 (HW 3.1)
Classwork: Document Analysis: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Text: colonialsoldierttt
Homework: On loose-leaf, complete three activities from the Tic-Tac-Toe activity in colonialsoldierttt

803 – Period 2 – 803

Friday, January 18, 2019
Classwork: Analyzing Documents: Was imperialism a good policy for the United States?
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, January 17, 2019
Classwork: Analyzing Documents: Was imperialism a good policy for the United States?
Homework: No written homework.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 (HW 3-2)
Classwork: Reading for Main Idea: What were the results of American Imperialism?
Text: americanimperialism6
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: How was U.S. policy toward China different from U.S. policy toward the Philippines? What caused this?

Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Classwork: Reading for Main Idea: What were the results of American Imperialism?
Text: americanimperialism5
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, January 14, 2019
Classwork: Document Analysis: What were the challenges to American expansion?
Text: panama
Homework: No written homework.

712 – Period 5 – 712

Friday, January 18, 2019 (HW 3-3)
Classwork: Main Idea of a Text: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Text: europesoutherevwar
Homework: Do you think the colonists could have won independence without aid from foreigners? Explain.

Thursday, January 17, 2019
Classwork: Critical Thinking & Writing: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Activity: Students will use accurate 18th-century terminology to create a letter encouraging women to demonstrate their patriotism by supporting the war effort.
Text: letterwomenrev american revolution map (1)
Homework: If you have not completed the letter, please complete it for tomorrow.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Classwork: Critical Thinking & Writing: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Activity: Students will use accurate 18th-century terminology to create a letter encouraging women to demonstrate their patriotism by supporting the war effort.
Text: letterwomenrev
Homework: Be sure to have a draft of your letter prepared for tomorrow.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 (HW 3-2)
Classwork: Document Analysis: What role did New York City play in the Revolutionary War?
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
HomeworkIn 1913, Eugenie M. Raye wrote in her poem, The Battle of Brooklyn, that Washington “saved a nation at the birth, That Freedom’s life might endless be on earth!”
On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you agree with Eugenie Raye that Washington saved the nation at the Battle of Long Island? Why or why not?

Monday, January 14, 2019 (HW 3.1)
Classwork: Document Analysis: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Text: colonialsoldierttt
Homework: On loose-leaf, complete three activities from the Tic-Tac-Toe activity in colonialsoldierttt

809 – Period 7 – 809

Friday, January 18, 2019
Classwork: Analyzing Documents: Was imperialism a good policy for the United States?
Homework: No written homework.

Thursday, January 17, 2019
Classwork: Analyzing Documents: Was imperialism a good policy for the United States?
Homework: No written homework

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 (HW 3-2)
Classwork: Reading for Main Idea: What were the results of American Imperialism?
Text: americanimperialism6
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: How was U.S. policy toward China different from U.S. policy toward the Philippines? What caused this?

Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Classwork: Reading for Main Idea: What were the results of American Imperialism?
Text: americanimperialism5
Homework: No written homework.

Monday, January 14, 2019
Classwork: Document Analysis: What were the challenges to American expansion?
Text: panama
Homework: No written homework.

709 – Period 8 – 709

Friday, January 18, 2019 (HW 3-3)
Classwork: Main Idea of a Text: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Text: europesoutherevwar
Homework: Do you think the colonists could have won independence without aid from foreigners? Explain.

Thursday, January 17, 2019
Classwork: Critical Thinking & Writing: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Activity: Students will use accurate 18th-century terminology to create a letter encouraging women to demonstrate their patriotism by supporting the war effort.
Text: letterwomenrev american revolution map (1)
Homework: If you have not completed the letter, please complete it for tomorrow.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Classwork: Critical Thinking & Writing: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Activity: Students will use accurate 18th-century terminology to create a letter encouraging women to demonstrate their patriotism by supporting the war effort.
Text: letterwomenrev
Homework: Be sure to have a draft of your letter prepared for tomorrow.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 (HW 3-2)
Classwork: Document Analysis: What role did New York City play in the Revolutionary War?
Text: BattleOfBrooklyn
HomeworkIn 1913, Eugenie M. Raye wrote in her poem, The Battle of Brooklyn, that Washington “saved a nation at the birth, That Freedom’s life might endless be on earth!”
On loose-leaf, in a paragraph of five or more sentences, respond: Do you agree with Eugenie Raye that Washington saved the nation at the Battle of Long Island? Why or why not?

Monday, January 14, 2019 (HW 3.1)
Classwork: Document Analysis: How did specific individuals, battles, and geography shape the outcome of the Revolutionary War?
Text: colonialsoldierttt
Homework: On loose-leaf, complete three activities from the Tic-Tac-Toe activity in colonialsoldierttt

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