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Classwork: Today I will read and analyze a historical document So that I can understand the challenges of Washington’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain some precedents and compromises made during his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Classwork: Today I will read and analyze a historical document So that I can understand the challenges of Washington’s first term I’ll know I’ve got it when I can explain some precedents and compromises made during his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?