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Lesson Plans 12/16-12/20

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U.S. History

Monday-Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 7

                -Activities- Questions from chapter 7- individual work

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Wednesdasy

-Topic- Christmas

                -Activities- Christmas movie

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Thursday

-Topic- Christmas

                -Activities- Christmas movie

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Friday

-Topic- Christmas

                -Activities- Christmas movie

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

Monday-Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 6

                -Activities- Questions from chapter 7- individual work

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Wednesdasy

-Topic- Christmas

                -Activities- Christmas movie

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Thursday

-Topic- Christmas

                -Activities- Christmas movie

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Friday

-Topic- Christmas

                -Activities- Christmas movie

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

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Lesson Plans 12/3-12/6

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U.S. History

Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 6

                -Activities- Small group work, kahoot trivia, video “Rise of the Patriots”

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Wednesdasy

-Topic- Chapter 6

                -Activities- Small group work, kahoot trivia, video “Rise of the Patriots”

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packet due after Christmas break

Thursday

-Topic- Chapter 7

                -Activities-7.1 notes, small group work, mapping activity/ discussion

-Homework- Chapter 7 Packets due after break

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Trivia Activity

-Homework- Test Tuesday

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

Tuesday

- Topic- 5.5 Alexander the Great

-Activities- Alexander the Great video + study guide review

                -Homework- study guide due tomorrow

Wednesday

- Topic- Chapter 5 review

-Activities- Study guide check, Chapter 5 Trivia

                -Homework- Test tomorrow

 

Thursday

- Topic- Chapter 5

-Activities- Chapter 5 test

                -Homework- None!

 

Friday   

- Topic- Chapter 5 +6

-Activities- Mythology Reading and Discussion, Current Events

                -Homework- None

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Lesson Plans 11/18-11/22

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U.S. History

Monday

                -Topic- Chapter 6.2

                -Activities- Boston Massacre video, notes, discussion

-Homework- Chapter 6 Packets due next Monday

Tuesday

-Topic- Chapter 6.3

                -Activities-6.3 notes, small group work, mapping activity/ discussion

-Homework- Chapter 6 Packets due next Monday

 

Wednesday

-Topic- Chapter 6.4

                -Activities-6.4 notes, small group work, mapping activity/ discussion

-Homework- Chapter 6 Packets due next Monday

 

 

Thursday

-Topic- Chapter 6.4

                -Activities-6.4 notes, secondary source activity

-Homework- Chapter 6 Packets due next Monday

 

 

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Trivia Activity

-Homework- Test Tuesday

 

World Civ.

Monday

- Topic- 5.2

-Activities- 5.2 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test the Tuesday after Thanksgiving

Tuesday

- Topic- 5.2

-Activities- 5.2 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test the Tuesday after Thanksgiving

 

Wednesday

- Topic- 5.3

-Activities- 5.3 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test the Tuesday after Thanksgiving

 

Thursday            

- Topic- 5.4

-Activities- 5.4 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test the Tuesday after Thanksgiving

 

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Trivia Activity

-Homework- Test and study guide collection in two weeks

 

 

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Lesson Plans 11/11-11/15

 

U.S. History

Monday

                -Topic- Chapter 6 Introduction

                -Activities- 6.1 over view and critical thinking questions, Notebook Check

-Homework- Chapter 5 Packets due today

Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 6.1

                -Activities- Chapter 6.1 outline + Secondary Source Activity

-Homework- Test and study guide collection in two weeks

Wednesday

                -Topic- Chapter 6.1

                -Activities- Chapter 6.1 outline + Secondary Source Activity

-Homework- Test and study guide collection in two weeks

 

Thursday

                -Topic- Chapter 6.1

                -Activities- Chapter 6.1 Boston Massacre Crime Scene investigation video and discussion

-Homework- Test and study guide collection in two weeks

 

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Trivia Activity

-Homework- Test and study guide collection in two weeks

 

World Civ.

Monday

- Topic- Chapter 4 Final Quiz

                -Activities- Chapter 4 Quiz and Critical thinking questions with a partner

                -Homework- None

Tuesday

- Topic- 5.1

-Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work, secondary source activity- “Introduction to Greek Civilization”

                -Homework- Test in two weeks

 

Wednesday

- Topic- 5.1

-Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test in two weeks

Thursday            

- Topic- 5.2

-Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test in two weeks

 

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Trivia Activity

-Homework- Test and study guide collection in two weeks

 

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Lesson Plans 10/28-11-1

 

U.S. History

Monday

                -Topic- Chapter 5.3 French and Indian War

                -Activities- 5.3 critical thinking questions, Study Guide Review

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 5 test

                -Activities- Chapter 5 test

-Homework- None

Wednesday

                -Topic- Chapter 5 documentary

                -Activities- Chapter 5 documentary

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

Thursday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Reading and Discussion

-Homework- None

Friday

                No school

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

Monday

- Topic- Chapter 4 Quiz

                -Activities- Chapter 4 Quiz and Documentary

                -Homework- 4.3 Quiz Thursday- Open book/notes

Tuesday

- Topic- 4.3 s

                -Activities- 4.3 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Quiz Thursday

 

Wednesday

- Topic- 4.3 s

                -Activities- 4.3 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Quiz Thursday

Thursday            

- Topic- Chapter 4 Quiz

                -Activities- Chapter 4 Quiz and Documentary

                -Homework- 4.3 Quiz Thursday- Open book/notes

Friday

                None

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Lesson Plans 10/28-11-1

 

World History

Monday

                -Topic- Chapter 4.1 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

                -Activities- 4.1 outline + critical thinking questions

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 4.1 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

                -Activities- 4.1 outline + critical thinking questions

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

Wednesday

                -Topic- Chapter 4.2 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

                -Activities- 4.2 outline + critical thinking questions + Egypt Documentary

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

 

 

Thursday

                -Topic- Chapter 4.4 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

                -Activities- 4.4 outline + Kahoot trivia

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

 

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 9

                -Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test late next week

 

U.S. History

Monday

- Topic- 5.2 American Colonies

                -Activities- 5.2 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

 

Tuesday

- Topic- 5.2 American Colonies

                -Activities- 5.2 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test next Tuesday

 

Wednesday

- Topic- 5.3 French and Indian War

                -Activities- 5.3 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test next Tuesday

Thursday            

- Topic- 5.3 French and Indian War

                -Activities- 5.3 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Test next Tuesday

 

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 9

                -Homework- Test next Tuesday

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Lesson Plans 10/21-10/10/25

 

 

 

World History

 

Monday

 

                -Topic- Chapter 4.1 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

 

                -Activities- 4.1 outline + critical thinking questions

 

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

Tuesday

 

                -Topic- Chapter 4.1 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

 

                -Activities- 4.1 outline + critical thinking questions

 

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

Wednesday

 

                -Topic- Chapter 4.1 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

 

                -Activities- 4.1 outline + critical thinking questions + Egypt Documentary

 

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday

 

                -Topic- Chapter 4.2 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

 

                -Activities- 4.2 outline + Kahoot trivia

 

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

 

 

 

 

Friday

 

                -Topic- Current Events

 

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 8

 

                -Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test late next week

 

 

 

U.S. History

 

Monday

 

- Topic- 5.1 Early Colonies

 

                -Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work

 

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

 

 

 

Tuesday

 

- Topic- 5.1 Early Colonies

 

                -Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work

 

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

 

 

 

Wednesday

 

- Topic- 5.1 Early Colonies

 

                -Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work

 

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

 

Thursday            

 

- Topic- 5.1 Early Colonies

 

                -Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work

 

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

 

 

 

Friday

 

                -Topic- Current Events

 

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 8

 

                -Homework- Test next Tuesday

 

 

 

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Lesson Plans 10-10 – 10/14

 

World History

Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 4.1 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

                -Activities- 4.1 outline + critical thinking questions

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

Wendesday

                -Topic- Chapter 4.2 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

                -Activities- 4.2 outline + Chapter 4 project

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

 Thursday

                -Topic- Chapter 4.2 Societies from 1100-1000 BCE

                -Activities- 4.2 outline + Chapter 4 project

-Homework- Chapter 4 Packets

 

 Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 7

                -Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test late next week

 

U.S. History

Monday

                No school

 

Tuesday

                - Topic- 4.1 Developing Colonies

                -Activities- 4.1 outlines + group questions

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

Wednesday

- Topic- 4.3 Pirates in the Colonies

                -Activities- 4.3-4 outlines + Pirate Ships

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

 

Thursday            

- Topic- 5.1 Early Colonies

                -Activities- 5.1 outline + small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 4 + 5 Packet

 

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 7

                -Homework- Test next Tuesday

 

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Lesson Plans 9/23 – 9/27

 

U.S. History

Monday

                -Topic- Chapter 2 Documentary

                -Activities-Chapter 2 Documentary and Questions. Collection of packets 1 +2

-Homework- None

Tuesday

                -Topic- Chapter 3.1 England’s First Colonies

                -Activities-3.1 Primary source, 3.1 notes, 3.1 critical thinking questions with a partner

-Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test in two weeks

 

Wednesday

                -Topic- Chapter 3.1 England’s First Colonies

                -Activities-3.1 notes, 3.1 critical thinking questions with a partner

-Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test in two weeks

 

Thursday

                -Topic- Chapter 3.2 England’s Second Wave of Colonies

                -Activities-Salem Witch Trials Reading Activity

-Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test in two weeks

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 4

                -Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test late next week

 

 

 

World History

Monday

                - Topic- 2.4

                -Activities- 2.4 project in class

                -Homework- Test tomorrow

 

Tuesday

                - Topic- Chapter 2 test

                -Activities- Chapter 2 test

                -Homework- None

Wednesday

                - Topic- Chapter Documentary

                -Activities- Post chapter documentary and discussion

                -Homework- None

Thursday            

- Topic- 3.1 Notes

                -Activities- 3.1 notes and timeline activity in class

                -Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test 1.5 weeks.

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities- Current Events Activity Round 4

                -Homework- Chapter 3 packet and test late next week

 

Lesson Plans 9/16 – 9/20

U.S. History

Monday

                -Topic- Columbian Exchange

                -Activities-2.3 notes and questions, Black Death Video

-Homework- Chapter 2 packet due Thursday, Test Friday

Tuesday

                -Topic- Slavery Spreads to the Americas

                -Activities-2.4 notes and questions, Primary Source Activity

-Homework- Chapter 2 packet due Thursday, Test Friday

 

Wednesday

                -Topic- Chapter 2

                -Activities-History Kahoots and Trivia Review

-Homework- Chapter 2 packet due Thursday, Test Friday

 

Thursday

                -Topic- Chapter 2

                -Activities-Chapter 2 Packet Check, Study Guide Review

-Homework- Chapter 2 packet due Thursday, Test Friday

Friday

                -Topic- Chapter 2

                -Activities- Chapter 2 Test

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

 

 

 

World History

Monday

                - Topic- Pyramids in Egypt

                -Activities- 2.2 Notes and video

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet/study guide due Thursday, test next Monday

 

Tuesday

                - Topic- Pyramids in Egypt

                -Activities- 2.2 Notes and small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet/study guide due Thursday, test next Monday

Wednesday

                - Topic- Indus Valley Civilization

                -Activities- 2.3 Notes and small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet/study guide due Thursday, test next Monday

Thursday            

- Topic- Indus Valley Civilization

                -Activities- 2.3 Notes and study guide check

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet/study guide due Thursday, test next Monday

Friday

                -Topic- Review

                -Activities- Chapter 2 Review Activity

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

Lesson Plans 9/9 – 9/13

U.S. History

Monday

                -Topic- Current Events

                -Activities-Current Events Round 2 and Chapter 2 introduction  

-Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

Tuesday

                -Topic- European Exploration

                -Activities- 2.1 terms, 2.1 outline, small group critical thinking questions

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

Wednesday

                -Topic- European Exploration

                -Activities-2.1 outline + map activity

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

Thursday

                -Topic- European Exploration

                -Activities-2.2 outline + questions with a partner

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events Round 3

                -Activities- Current Events Trivia, Kahoot Trivia

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

 

 

 

World History

Monday

                - Topic- Neolithic period

                -Activities- Neolithic Period Documentary

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet/study guide due Thursday, test Friday

 

Tuesday

                -Topic- 2.1 Early Societies Around the World

                -Activities- 2.1 Notes + small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet/study guide due in two weeks

Wednesday

                -Topic- 2.1 Early Societies Around the World

                -Activities- 2.1 Notes + small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet/study guide due in two weeks

Thursday            

-Topic- 2.2 Early Societies Around the World

                -Activities- 2.2 Notes + small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet/study guide due in two weeks

Friday

                -Topic- Current Events Round 3

                -Activities- Current Events Trivia, Kahoot Trivia

                -Homework- Chapter 2 packet due in two weeks

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Lesson Plans 8-22 +23

U.S. History

Monday

                No school

Tuesday

                -Topic- Societies of Europe

                -Activities- 1.3 Notes, small group work, current events discussion

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due tomorrow

 

Wednesday

                -Topic- Study Guide Review

                -Activities- Study Guide check, study guide review activity

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due today

 

Thursday

                -Topic- Chapter 1 test

                -Activities- Chapter 1 test

                -Homework- None

Friday

                Friday

                -Topic- Chapter 1 documentary

                -Activities- Documentary and discussion questions: “Life in the Freezer.”

                -Homework- None

 

 

World History

Monday

                No school

Tuesday

                -Topic- 1.2 Neolithic towns

                -Activities- 1.2 notes and small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet/study guide dueThursday, test Friday

Wednesday

                -Topic- 1.3 Ur and Mesopotamia

                -Activities- 1.3 Notes, 1.3 reading worksheet, map review

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet/study guide dueThursday, test Friday

 

Thursday            

-Topic- Chapter 1 review

                -Activities- Study guide check and review

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet/study guide dueThursday, test Friday

Friday

                -Topic- Chapter 1 test

                -Activities- Chapter 1 test

                -Homework- None

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Lesson Plans 8-26 +30

U.S. History

Monday

                -Topic- Ice Age and Native Americans

                -Activities- 1.1 notes and small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due Friday

Monday

                -Topic- Societies of Africa

                -Activities- Group mapping activity, writing activity

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due Friday

Wednesday

                -Topic- Societies of Europe

                -Activities- 1.3 Notes, small group work, current events discussion

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due Friday

 

Thursday

                -Topic- Today in History Trivia

                -Activities- Trivia Activity, Small group questions

                -Homework- Syllabus due Friday (signed by parent or guardian)

Friday

                Friday

                -Topic- Study Guide Check

                -Activities- Study Guide Review and Current Events Trivia Round 1

                -Homework- Chapter 1 Test Wednesday

 

World History

Monday

                -Topic- Ice Age and Native Americans

                -Activities- 1.1 notes and small group work

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due Friday

Monday

                -Topic- Ice Age and Native Americans

                -Activities- 1.1 notes and small group project

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due Friday

Wednesday

                -Topic- Early Societies

                -Activities- 1.2 notes and questions with a partner, 1.2 worksheet

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due Friday

Thursday            

-Topic- Early Societies

                -Activities- 1.3 notes and 1.3 treasure hunt

                -Homework- Chapter 1 packet due Friday

Friday

                -Topic- Ur of Mesopotamia

                -Activities- Chapter 1 Study Guide Review and Current Events Activity

                -Homework- Study for the test Next Wednesday

Lesson Plans 8-22 +23

U.S. History

Thursday

                -Topic- Syllabus, Rules, and “What you learned last year” activity

                -Activities- Syllabus review and current events trivia

                -Homework- Syllabus due Friday (signed by parent or guardian)

Friday

                -Topic- Mesoamerican Societies and the Ice Age

                -Activities- 1.1 outline, questions with a partner, Kahoot trivia

                -Homework- Study Guide due Next Friday

 

World History

 

Thursday

-Topic- Syllabus, Rules, and “What you learned last year” activity

                -Activities- Syllabus review and current events trivia

                -Homework- Syllabus due Friday (signed by parent or guardian)

Friday

                -Topic- Ice Age and Early People

                -Activities- 1.1 outline, questions with a partner, Kahoot trivia

                -Homework- Study Guide due September 2

 

 

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Lessons 5/28-5/31

 

U.S. Lessons

Mon. No school

 

Tues.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

3. Kahoot Tournament

Wed.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Wed.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Thurs.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Friday

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

World Lessons

Mon. No school

 

Tues.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

3. Kahoot Tournament

Wed.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Wed.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Thurs.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Friday

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

 

 

Aleks Math Lessons

 

U.S. Lessons

Mon. No school

 

Tues.

1. Movie

2. Kahoot Tournament

Wed.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Wed.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Thurs.

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

Friday

1. End of year grade conferences

2. Movie

 

 

 

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Lessons 4/8-4/12

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 14.1+2

Activities- Terms + critical thinking questions activity, mapping questions with a partner

HW- None

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 14.3

Activities-Underground Railroad reading and map activity, 14.3 Notes

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 15.1+3

Activities- Chapter 15.1+3 Notes and discussion

HW- None

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 15.3

Activities- Chapter 15.3 Turning Points video and small group questions

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 12

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 11.2 Russia

Activities- 11.2 Russia Reading + Current Events

HW- Quiz Wednesday

Tuesday

Topic – Documentary

Activities- Finish the Donner Party Documentary, class discussion, hand in questions

HW- Quiz Wednesday


Wednesday

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- Chapter 11 quiz

HW- Quiz Friday

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 12

Activities- Chapter 12.4 Japan notes and reading activity

HW- Quiz Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 12 and present projects

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 4/1-4/5

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter  13 Review

Activities- Chapter 13 review activity

HW- Test Tuesday

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 13  

Activities- Chapter 13 Test

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 13 Documentary

Activities- Chapter 13 Documentary, video worksheet activity, discussion/reaction

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 13 Documentary

Activities- Chapter 13 Documentary, video worksheet activity, discussion/reaction

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 11

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 10.3

Activities- Chapter 10.3  critical thinking questions with a partner + map , 1001 Nights Reading

HW- None

Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- Chapter 11.1 critical thinking questions with a partner + notes

HW- Quiz Friday


Wednesday

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- Chapter 11.2 critical thinking questions with a partner + notes, Start 11.2 Project

HW- Quiz Friday

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- Chapter 11.2 Project

HW- Quiz Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 11 and present projects

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 3/25-3/29

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 13.1

Activities- Chapter 13.1 Outline + Secondary Source Activity with a Partner

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 13.1

Activities- Chapter 13.1 Outline + Critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 13.2

Activities- Chapter 13.2 Outline + 13.2 video

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 13.3

Activities- Chapter 13.3 Outline + critical thinking question with a partner

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 9

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

No school

 

Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Chapter 10.2 critical thinking questions with a partner + map

HW- None


Wednesday

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Chapter 10.2 critical thinking questions with a partner + map

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Review questions from 10.3, Primary Source “1001 Nights” activity

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 8 and present projects

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 3/18-3/22

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

No school

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 12+13

Activities- Intro to Chapter 13 activity, critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Study Guide due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 12+13

Activities- 12.1+3 Outline, Critical thinking questions and map with a partner

HW- Study Guide due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 12+13

Activities- Chapter 12.1+3 Outline + Secondary Source Activity with a Partner

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 8

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

No school

 

Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Chapter 10.1 critical thinking questions with a partner + map

HW- None


Wednesday

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Chapter 10.2 critical thinking questions with a partner + map

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Review questions from 10.1, Primary Source “1001 Nights” activity

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 5 and present projects

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 3/11-3/15

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- Southern spiritual songs analysis + Slavery in the South Video

HW- Study Guide due tomorrow, Quiz on Chapter 11 Wed.

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- 11.3 Outline, Mapping activity, critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Study Guide due tomorrow, Quiz on Chapter 11 Wed.

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- Chapter 11 quiz

HW- None

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 11

Activities- Chapter 11 Documentary + Critical Thinking Questions with a partner

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 7

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 9-

Activities- Chapter 9 Project Presentations, chapter review, and Olmecs Documentary

HW- None


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 9

Activities- Chapter 9 Quiz

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Chapter 10 critical thinking questions with a partner + map

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 10

Activities- Review questions from 10.1, Primary Source “1001 Nights” activity

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 5 and present projects

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 2/18-2/23

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 9

Activities- Legislative Branch Outline + Secondary Source Activity

HW- Study Guide due tomorrow, Test Wednesday for chapter 9

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 9

Activities- Study Guide Check, Chapter 9 Review Game Activity + Reading Kahoots

HW- Test Wednesday for chapter 9

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 9

Activities- Chapter 9 Test

HW- None

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 9

Activities- Chapter 9 Documentary + Critical Thinking Questions with a partner

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 5

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 6- Rome

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie

HW- None


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 6- Rome

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 6- Rome

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 6- Rome

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie Discussion + Project

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 5 and present projects

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 2/4-2/8

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- 8.3 essay + review, study guide review

HW- None

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- 8.3 test

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- Chapter 8 Documentary and critical thinking questions

HW- Test Monday + Study Guide due Friday

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 9

Activities- Chapter 9 Introduction activities and secondary source reading activity

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 6.3

Activities- 6.3 notes and video, worksheet and project with a partner

HW- None


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 6.3

Activities- 6.3 notes and video, worksheet with a partner

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 6.3+4

Activities- Chapter 6.3+4 Quizzer

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 6.2+3

Activities- Finish Chapter 6 Documentary

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 3 and present projects

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 1/28-2/1

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- 8.1 terms + notes, study guide review, secondary source activity

HW- None

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- 8.3 political cartoons analysis, map #1 +2 from chapter 8 review, 8.3 outline

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- Finish voting video + review study guide

HW- Test Monday + Study Guide due Friday

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- 8.3 Essay + review study guide

HW- Test Monday+ Study Guide due Friday

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Study Guide check, Current Events Reading Activity + Study Guide Review

HW- Test Monday

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 6.2

Activities- 6.2 notes and video, worksheet with a partner

HW- None


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 6.2

Activities- 6.2 notes and video, worksheet with a partner

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 6.2+3

Activities- 6.3 Christianity in Rome Notes + 6.3 group project

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 6.2+3

Activities- 6.3 Christianity in Rome Notes + 6.3 group project

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Reading Activity and Kahoots

HW- Quiz Monday

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 1/21-1/25

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

No school

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 8.1

Activities- 8.1 terms + notes, study guide review, secondary source activity

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 8.2

Activities- 8.2 terms + notes, questions with a partner, historical art analysis

HW- None

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 8.3

Activities- 8.3 terms + notes, study guide review, kahoot reading activity

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Reading Activity

HW- None

 

World Civ.

Monday.

 


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 6.2

Activities- 6.2 notes and video, worksheet with a partner

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 6.2+3

Activities- 6.2+3 notes, worksheet with a partner

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 6.1-3 Quizzer

Activities- Quiz

HW- None

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Reading Activity and Kahoots

HW- None

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 20 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 1/14-1/18

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 8 Intro

Activities- Chapter 8 Introduction Activity, critical thinking questions and reading with a partner

HW- None

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 8 Pre Test

Activities- Chapter 8 Pre Test + Video “The Almost Painless Guide to the U.S. Constitution

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 8.1  

Activities- 8.1 terms + notes

HW- None

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter  8 Pretest

Activities- Chapter 8 Pretest

HW- Test Jan. 7

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 2 Spring Challenge

HW- None

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 6.1

Activities- Reading activity 6.1 and questions- turn in

HW- None


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 6.1+2

Activities- 6.1 notes and video + 6.2 small group project- turn in

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 6.1 + 2

Activities- 6.1+ 2 notes and worksheet + small group work

HW- Test Thurs

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 6.2

Activities- Finish projects and present them

HW- Test Thurs

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 2 Spring Challenge

HW- None

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 20 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 1/7-1/11

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 7 Review

Activities- Chapter 7 Review Activity

HW- Test Jan. 8

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 7 Test

Activities- Chapter 7 Test

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 7 Documentary

Activities- Documentary- “Return of the Rebels” and critical thinking questions

HW- None

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter  8 Pretest

Activities- Chapter 8 Pretest

HW- Test Jan. 7

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 1 Spring Challenge

HW- None

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 5.3

Activities- Reading activity 5.3 and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 5.4

Activities- Reading activity 5.4 and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 5.4

Activities- Reading activity 5.4 and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 5.5

Activities- Reading activity 5.5 and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 1 Spring Challenge

HW- None

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 12/17-12/21

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 + 7.3

Activities- Individual work: pg.211 #3-7, pg. 219 #3-8, collect it

HW- Test Jan. 7

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 + 7.3

Activities- Individual work: pg.228 #3-8, pg.224+225 connect and compare questions, pg. 231 #1-3. Collect

HW- Test Jan. 7

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 + 7.3

Activities- Individual work: pg.230 #11-21, pg. 219 #3-8,  #26-28

HW- Test Jan. 7

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 + 7.3

Activities- Flag Projectà See sub sheet, finish study guide if done early

HW- Test Jan. 7

 

Friday

Topic – Chapter 7.2 + 7.3

Activities- Flag Projectà See sub sheet, finish study guide if done early

HW- Test Jan. 7

 

World Civ.

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.2 and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.3 and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.4 and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity chapter 5  and questions- turn in à See sub sheet for specific detail on pages

HW- Test Thurs

 

Friday

Topic – Chapter 7.2 + 7.3

Activities- Ancient Greece Cities Projectà See sub sheet, finish study guide if done early

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 12/10-12/14

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 Valley Forge

Activities- Valley Forge Notes, start Journal Writing Activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 Valley Forge

Activities- Valley Forge discussion discussion and critical thinking questions, Journal Writing Activity presentions and Valley Forge Video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 The War in the North

Activities- Continue video, Chapter 7.2 Reading Kahoots

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 The War in the North

Activities- Finish video, Chapter 7.2 Reading Kahoots

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Junior scholastic reading activity + quiet study guide work

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.1 outline, Painting analysis, 5.1 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.1 outline, Painting analysis, 5.1 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 5.2

Activities- Reading activity 5.2 outline, Painting analysis, 5.2 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 5.2

Activities- Reading activity 5.2 outline, Painting analysis, 5.2 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Junior scholastic reading activity + quiet study guide work

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- 2.5 hours, 15 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 12/3-12/7

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 6

Activities- Chapter 6 Documentary

HW- None

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 7 Introduction

Activities- Chapter 7 terms and overview activity , maps and outline activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 7.1 The War in the North

Activities- 7.1 terms and overview, 7.1 map and secondary source activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 7.2 Valley Forge

Activities- Valley Forge discussion and critical thinking questions, Journal Writing Activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic – Current Events

Activities- Current Events Championship Round

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.1 outline, Painting analysis, 5.1 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.1 outline, Painting analysis, 5.1 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 5.2

Activities- Reading activity 5.2 outline, Painting analysis, 5.2 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 5.2

Activities- Reading activity 5.2 outline, Painting analysis, 5.2 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Final Round+ Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Pre test, Aleks Pre test, 5 topics

HW- None

 

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Lessons 11/26-11/30

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

No school

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 6.3 Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.3 terms and overview, 6.3 maps and outline

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 6.4 Declaration of Independence

Activities- 6.4 terms and overview, 6.4 maps and outline

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 6 Review

Activities- Chapter 6 Review Activity + CNN10

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Chapter 6 Test

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

No school


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 5.1

Activities- Reading activity 5.1 outline, Painting analysis, 5.1 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 5.2

Activities- Reading activity 5.2 outline, Painting analysis, 5.2 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 5.2

Activities- Reading activity 5.2 outline, Painting analysis, 5.2 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet 5.3– 5.5 individual + Review Questions

                                Distributive Property, Solving Algebraic Equations, Word Problems involving variables

                Mathematicians research project + presentations Monday

HW- None

 

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Lessons 11/19-11/20

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 6.3 Lexington and Concord

Activities-Chapter 6.3maps and questions, small group work- critical thinking questions, poetry analysis

HW- Packet due tomorrow

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 6 review

Activities- Chapter 6 review activity and study guide check

HW- Packet today

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 4 test

Activities- Chapter 4 test

HW- None


Tuesday

Topic – The Persians

Activities- History documentary and food day. Happy Thanksgiving!

HW- None

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Tues

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet 6.1-3 individual + Review Questions

                                Distributive Property, Solving Algebraic Equations, Word Problems involving variables

                Mathematicians research project + presentations Monday

HW- None

 

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Lessons 11/12-11/16

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 6 overview

Activities-Chapter 6 maps and questions, small group work- critical thinking questions

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 6.1 Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.1 terms and overview, 6.1 maps and outline

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 6.2 Boston Massacre

Activities- 6.2 terms and overview, 6.2 maps and outline

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 6.2 Samuel Adams and John Adams

Activities- Reading activity + outline

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 8 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 4.2

Activities- Reading activity 4.2 outline, Painting analysis, 4.2 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thursday

 


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 4.3

Activities- Reading activity 4.3 outline, Painting analysis, 4.3 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 4.4

Activities- Reading activity 4.4 outline, Painting analysis, 4.4 questions with a partner

HW- Test Thurs

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 4 test

Activities- Chapter 4 test

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet 5.3– 5.5 individual + Review Questions

                                Distributive Property, Solving Algebraic Equations, Word Problems involving variables

                Mathematicians research project + presentations Monday

HW- None

 

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Lessons- 11/5-11/9

U.S. History

Day 1- 11/5

Topic- French and Indian War

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics 5.3

Activities-

5.3 Reading, outline, and video

Homework- Packet due tomorrow

 

Day 2- 11/6

Topic- Chapter 5 Review

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics 5

Activities-

Chapter 5 Review Activity and collect Pirate Ships

Homework- Packet due today

 

 Day 3- 11/7

Topic- Today in History

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics in chapter 5

Activities-

Today in history review activity

Homework- Study for test tomorrow

  Day 4- 11/2

 

Topic- Chapter 5 Test

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics in chapter 5

Activities-

            Chapter 5 test

Homework- None

 

Day 5- 11-3

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 10

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

-          Chapter 3 Packet due, not this Monday, but the Monday after that!

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 11/5

Topic- Chapter 4.1 Egypt

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the topics in 4.1

Activities-

-4.1 outline, 4.1 reading in groups, questions with a partner

Homework: None 

Day 2- 11/6

Topic- Chapter 4.1 Egypt

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the topics in 4.1

Activities-

-4.1 outline, 4.1 reading in groups, questions with a partner

Homework: None 

  

Day 3- 11/7

Topic- Intro to chapter 4.2

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with 4.2

Activities-

-4.2 outline +questions reading in groups, questions with a partner, 4.2 video

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Day 4- 11/8

Topic- Intro to chapter 4

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with 4.2

Activities-

-4.2 outline +questions reading in groups, questions with a partner, 4.2 video

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Day 5- 11/9

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 10

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None 

 

Algebra 1

Topic- Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation- Chapter 4- Intro to Equations

Objectives+ Activities -

-          Complete all chapter 3 worksheets. Simplifying expressions, solving for the unknown, number operations

-          Bonus assignments are available for those under 70%, see me for details!

 

 

 

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Lessons 10/29-11/1

U.S. History

Day 1- 10/29

Topic- Glorious Revolution

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics 5.1

Activities-

5.1 Reading, outline, and video review

Homework- Packet due next Monday

 

Day 2- 10/30

Topic- Glorious Revolution

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics 5.2

Activities-

5.2 Reading, reading trivia activity 5.2+3, 5.2 outline

Homework- Packet due next Monday

 

 Day 3- 11/1

Topic- French and Indian War Part 1

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics 5.3

Activities-

5.3 Reading, outline, and video review, mapping activity with a partner

Homework- Packet due next Monday

  Day 4- 11/2

 

Topic- French and Indian War Part 1

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms and the topics 5.3

Activities-

5.3 Reading, outline, and video review, mapping activity with a partner

Homework- Packet due next Monday

 

Day 5- 11-3

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 10

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

-          Chapter 3 Packet due, not this Monday, but the Monday after that!

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 10/29

Topic- Intro to 3.3

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with 3.3 The Rise of Buddhism

Activities-

-3.3 reading in groups, questions with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Test next Wednesday 

 

Day 2- 10/30

Topic- Intro to chapter 4

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with 4.1

Activities-

-4.1 outline +questions reading in groups, questions with a partner, 4.1 video

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Test next Wednesday 

  

Day 3- 11/1

Topic- Intro to chapter 4

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with 4.2

Activities-

-4.2 outline +questions reading in groups, questions with a partner, 4.2 video

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Day 4- 11/2

Topic- Intro to chapter 4

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with 4.2

Activities-

-4.2 outline +questions reading in groups, questions with a partner, 4.2 video

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Day 5- 11/3

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 6

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None 

 

Algebra 1

Topic- Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation- Chapter 3- Intro to Equations

Objectives+ Activities -

-          Complete all chapter 3 worksheets. Simplifying expressions, solving for the unknown, number operations

-          Bonus assignments are available for those under 70%, see me for details!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 8/26

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 Day 4- 8/27

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

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Lessons 10/22-10/26

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 3 documentary

Activities-Chapter 3 documentary and questions + project presentations

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 4-5 Introduction

Activities- Map activity + creative writing activity, reading kahoots

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 5.1 outline

Activities- 5.1 terms and story reading, Painting analysis, 5.1 outline + short video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 5.2 outline

Activities- 5.2 terms and story reading, Painting analysis, 5.2 outline + short video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 8 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 3.4

Activities- Reading activity 3.4 outline, Painting analysis, 3.4 questions with a partner

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 3.4

Activities- Reading activity 3.4 outline, Painting analysis, 3.4 questions with a partner

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 3

Activities- Chapter 3 Quiz

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter3

Activities- Chapter 3 documentary

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet 2.6 – 3.0 individual + Review Questions

                                Distributive Property, Solving Algebraic Equations, Word Problems involving variables

                Mathematicians research project + presentations Monday

HW- None

 

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Lessons- 10/9-10/12

U.S. History

Day 1- 10/9

Topic- Puritan Settlements

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms in the chapter and the topics

Activities-

Salem Witch Trials Reading + Video

Homework- Packet due next Monday

 

Day 2- 10/10

Topic- Puritan Society

Objectives-

-Students will be familiar with the Puritan Settlements

Activities-

-   Recap discussion with the participation ball

-   Review 3.2 terms as a class with the participation ball

-   3.2 map #2

-   3.2 notes + video

-    Current events discussion

Homework: Chapter 3 Packet due Monday

 

 Day 3- 10/11

Topic- Southern Culture

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the development of the Southern Colonies in the 16-1700s

Activities

   Recap discussion with the participation ball

-   Review 3.2 terms as a class with the participation ball

-   3.2 map #2

-   3.2 notes + video

-    Current events discussion

Homework: Chapter 3 Packet due Monday

 

 

Day 4- 10-12

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 6

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

-          Chapter 3 Packet due, not this Monday, but the Monday after that!

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 10/9

Topic- Intro to 3.1

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with Indo-Europeans

Activities-

-3.1 terms, questions, notes, and project

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Test next Wednesday 

 

Day 2- 10/10

Topic- Intro to 3.1

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with Indo-Europeans

Activities-

-3.1 terms, questions, notes, and project

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Test next Wednesday 

  

Day 3- 10/11

Topic- Intro to 3.2

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with Indo-Europeans

Activities-

-3.2 terms, questions, notes, and project presentations from 3.1 project

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Test next Wednesday 

 

Day 4- 10/12

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 6

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None 

 

Algebra 1

10-9 – 10-12

Topic- Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation- Chapter 3- Intro to Equations

Objectives+ Activities -

-          Complete all chapter 3 worksheets. Simplifying expressions, solving for the unknown, number operations

-          Bonus assignments are available for those under 70%, see me for details!

 

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U.S. History

Day 1- 10/1

Topic- Virginia Settlements

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the terms in the chapter and the topics

Activities-

-Reading as a class

-Critical thinking questions with a partner

- Map discussion

-3.1 power-point notes 

 

Day 2- 10/2

Topic- Jamestown Colony

Objectives-

-Students will be familiar with the Jamestown Settlement of 1608

Activities-

-   Recap discussion with the participation ball

-   Review 3.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

-   3.1 map #2

-   3.1 notes + video

-    Current events discussion

Homework: Chapter 3 Packet

 

 Day 3- 10/3

Topic- Salem Witch Trials

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the Salem Witch Trials

Activities-

-Salem Witch trials reading activity with a partner

Homework: Chapter 3 Packet

 

 

Day 4- 10-4

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 6

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

-          Chapter 3 Packet due, not this Monday, but the Monday after that!

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 10/1

Topic- Intro to Chinese Civilization

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with Ancient Chinese Civilization

Activities-

-2.4 terms, questions, notes, and project

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Quiz Wednesday, Complete Indus Project 

 

Day 2- 10/2

Topic- Intro to Chinese Civilization

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with Ancient Chinese Civilization

Activities-

-2.4 terms, questions, notes, and project

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Quiz Wednesday, Complete Indus Project 

  

Day 3- 10/3

Topic- Intro to Chinese Civilization

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with Ancient Chinese Civilization

Activities-

-2.4 quizzer

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Quiz Wednesday, Complete Indus Project 

 

Day 4- 10/4

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

 

-   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

-   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

-   Current Events Trivia Round 6

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None 

 

Algebra 1

10-1 – 10-4

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives+ Activities -

-          Complete all chapter 3 worksheets. Simplifying expressions, solving for the unknown, number operations

-          Bonus assignments are available for those under 70%, see me for details!

 

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Lessons 9-24 – 9-28

 

Monday

Topic- Study Guide Review

Activities- Chapter 2 Review activity, Chapter 2 primary source analysis

Homework- Study for test Wed.

 

Tuesday

Topic- Today in History

Activities- Today in History Trivia Activity

Homework- Study for test Wed.

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 2 Test

Activities- Chapter 2 Review activity, Chapter 2 primary source analysis

Homework- None

 

 

Thursday

Topic- Career Day Workshop

Activities-Career Day Workshop, Chapter 2 Documentary and questions

Homework- none

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current events trivia round 5

Homework- None

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday

Topic- Ancient Egypt

Activities- 2.3 power-point, finish Egyptian writing activity

Homework- 2.3 questions

 

Tuesday

Topic- Indus Valley Civilization

Activities- 2.3 power-point, review/ check study guide

Homework- Study for Thursdays test

 

Wednesday

Topic- Today in History

Activities- Today in History Trivia Activity

Homework- Study for test Thurs.

 

Thursday

Topic- Chapter 2 Test

Activities- Chapter 2 Review activity, Chapter 2 primary source analysis

Homework- None

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current events trivia round 5

Homework- None

 

 

Algebra 1

Monday- Thursday

Topic- Chapter 3

Activities- Finish math research project, 3.1-3.8 worksheets and review with a partner

Homework- None

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Lessons 9/17-9/21

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 2.1 Europeans Explore

Activities-2.1 terms, questions, and outline +map activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 2.2 The English and the Dutch

Activities- 2.2 terms and story reading, Painting analysis, 2.2 outline + short video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 2.2 The English and the Dutch

Activities- 2.2 terms and story reading, Painting analysis, 2.2 outline + short video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 2.3 The Spanish Conquest

Activities- 2.3 terms and story reading, Painting analysis, 2.3 outline + short video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 2 Introduction

Activities- Reading activity 2.1-3 with a partner, Painting analysis

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 2.1

Activities- Reading activity 2.1 outline, Painting analysis, 2.1 questions with a partner

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 2.2

Activities- Reading activity 2.2 outline, Map analysis as a class, 2.2 questions with a partner

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 2.3

Activities- 2.3 Reading, 2.3 Reading Kahoots challenge

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet 2.6 – 3.0 individual + Review Questions

                                Distributive Property, Solving Algebraic Equations, Word Problems involving variables

                Mathematicians research project + presentations Monday

HW- None

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Lessons 9/10-9/14

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 1 Documentary

Activities-Chapter 1 Documentary + Critical thinking questions- “Life in the Freezer” a look at the life of modern Inuits

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 2.1 Europeans Explore

Activities-2.1 terms, questions, and outline +map activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 2.1 Europeans Explore

Activities- Small group reading activity, painting analysis, journal writing assignment

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 2.2 The English and the Dutch

Activities- 2.2 terms and story reading, Painting analysis, 2.2 outline + short video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – Chapter 1 Review

Activities- Today in History trivia, Ice man video

HW- Study + Packet

 


Tuesday

Topic – Chapter 1 Test

Activities-Test and Packet collection

HW- None

 

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 1 Documentary

Activities-Mesopotamia and Archaeology Video

HW- None

 

Thursday

Topic – Chapter 2 Introduction

Activities- Reading activity 2.1-3 with a partner, Painting analysis

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 3 + Earthweek News discussion

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

 

Algebra 1 Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet 2.6 – 3.0 individual + Review Questions

                                Distributive Property, Solving Algebraic Equations, Word Problems involving variables

                Mathematicians research project + presentations Monday

HW- None

 

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Lessons 9/4-9/7

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

No school

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 1.3

Activities-1.3 outline + 1.3 introduction + map activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 1.3

Activities- Poem writing and art assignment and Black Death Video

HW- Packet due in two weeks

Thurs.

Topic – Review

Activities-Today in History Review Activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Test

Activities- Chapter 1 Test

HW- None

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

 

No School


Tuesday

Topic – 1.2 Intro Lesson

Activities-1.2 Questions, 1.2 outline, kahoot 1.2

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wed.

Topic – 1.3 Intro Lesson

Activities-1.3 Questions, 1.3 outline, project with a partner

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Thursday

Topic – Review

Activities- Today in History Activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Chapter 1 Presentations

Activities- Chapter 1 Presentations

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet 2.1 – 2.5 + Review Questions

                                Distributive Property, Solving Algebraic Equations, Word Problems involving variables

HW- None

 

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Lessons 8/27-8/31

U.S. Lessons

Mon.

Topic – Chapter 1 Intro Lesson

Activities-1.1 terms + critical thinking questions, 1.1 power-point

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Tues.

Topic – Chapter 1.1

Activities-1.1 outline + 1.2 introduction + map activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

Wed.

Topic – Chapter 1.2

Activities- African Slave Trade and the Middle Passage Essay

HW- Packet due in two weeks

Thurs.

Topic – Chapter 1.3

Activities-1.3 terms, 1.3 power-point, Sailing Videos 1+2

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Fall Challenge Round 1, Junior Scholastic Reading, CNN10, Earthweek News

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 

World Civ.

 

Monday.

Topic – 1.1 Intro Lesson

Activities-1.1 Questions, 1.1 outline, kahoot 1.1

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Tuesday

Topic – 1.1 Intro Lesson

Activities-1.1 Questions, 1.1 outline, project with a partner

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wednesday

Topic – 1.2 Anthropology and “Cave Men”

Activities-1.2 Questions, 1.2 outline, kahoot 1.2

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wednesday

Topic – 1.2 Anthropology and “Cave Men”

Activities-1.2 Questions, 1.2 outline

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Wednesday

Topic – 1.3 Mesopotamian Society

Activities-1.3 Questions, 1.3 outline, kahoot 1.3

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Fall Challenge Round 1, Junior Scholastic Reading, CNN10, Earthweek News

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday-Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet

HW- None

 

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Lessons 8/23-8/24

U.S. Lessons

Thurs.

Topic – Intro Lesson

Activities-Syllabus + Opening Current Events Activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Fall Challenge Round 1, Junior Scholastic Reading, CNN10, Earthweek News

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 

World Civ.

 

Thurs.

Topic – Intro Lesson

Activities-Syllabus + Opening Current Events Activity

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events

Activities- Current Events Fall Challenge Round 1, Junior Scholastic Reading, CNN10, Earthweek News

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Thurs.

Topic – Intro Lesson

Activities-Syllabus + Intro to Aleks

HW- Packet due in two weeks

 

Friday

Topic –Keystone Prep

Activities- Algebra 1 Worksheet

HW- None

 

 

 

 

 

LESSONS 2018

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Lessons 5/21-5/25

U.S. Lessons

Topic – The Assassination of Lincoln

Activities- 17.4 power-point, reading questions with a partner, Video

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Tuesday

Topic –Civil War Review

Activities- Chapter review activity

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Wednesday

Topic – Civil War Test

Activities- Civil War Test

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 Thursday

Topic – Gettysburg Video

Activities- Gettysburg Video + Question

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

Friday

Topic –Today in History

Activities- Today in History Trivia

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

Topic- Current Events Final Round

Activities- Current Events final round

Upcoming Events- End of the school year

 

Tuesday

Topic- Chapter 16 Central + South America Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 16 Project

Upcoming Events-End of school year

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 16 Central + South America Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 16 Project

Upcoming Events-End of school year

 Thursday

Topic- Chapter 16 Central + South America Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 16 Project

Upcoming Events-End of school year

Friday

Topic- Chapter 16 Central + South America Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 16 Project

Upcoming Events-End of school year

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons 5/14-5/18

U.S. Lessons

Topic –16.1 Bull Run

Activities- 16.1 + 16.2 +3 power-point, mapping questions and reading questions with a partner

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Tuesday

Topic –16.2 Civil War Weapons

Activities- 16.1 + 16.2 +3 power-point, mapping questions and reading questions with a partner

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Wednesday

Topic –17.1 Emancipation and the Tide of War Turns

Activities- 17.1 + 17.2 +3 power-point, mapping questions and reading questions with a partner

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 Thursday

Topic –17.1 Emancipation and the Tide of War Turns

Activities- 17.1 + 17.2 +3 power-point, mapping questions and reading questions with a partner

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events Round 15

Activities- Trivia Round 15, Earthweek News

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

World Civ.

Monday 

Topic- Chapter 13 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 13 outline and primary source

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

Tuesday

Topic- Chapter 13 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 13.3 + 4 outline, questions with a partner

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 14 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 14.1 + 4 outline, questions with a partner, castle projects

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

 Thursday

Topic- Chapter 14 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 14.1 + 4 outline, questions with a partner, castle projects

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

 

 

Friday

Test

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 5/7-5/11

U.S. Lessons

Topic –Abolition + the Election of 1860

Activities- 14.1 + 15.1 +3 power-point, mapping questions and reading questions with a partner

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Tuesday

Topic –Abolition + the Election of 1860

Activities- 15.1 +3 power-point, mapping questions and reading questions with a partner

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Wednesday

Topic – The War Begins

Activities- 16.1 power-point and secondary source activity

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 Thursday

Topic – The War Begins

Activities- 16.2+3 power-point and secondary source activity

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events Round 15

Activities- Trivia Round 15, Earthweek News

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

World Civ.

Monday 

Topic- Chapter 13 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 13 outline and primary source

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

Tuesday

Topic- Chapter 13 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 13.3 + 4 outline, questions with a partner

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 14 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 14.1 + 4 outline, questions with a partner, castle projects

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

 Thursday

Topic- Chapter 14 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 14.1 + 4 outline, questions with a partner, castle projects

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

 

 

Friday

Topic –current events Round 14

Activities-Quizzer Current Events Round 14, group project from chapter 14

HW- Read chapter 12

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

 

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Lessons 4/30-5/1

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic –Chapter 12-13

Activities- Finish donner party documentary

HW- None

 

Tuesday

Topic –Introduction to the Civil War

Activities- Civil War Unit Reading and Discussion Questions

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Wednesday

Topic –Abolition + the Election of 1860

Activities- 14.1 + 15.1 +3 power-point, mapping questions and reading questions with a partner

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

 Thursday

Topic – The War Begins

Activities- 16.1 power-point and secondary source activity

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

Friday

Topic –Current Events Round 14

Activities- Trivia Round 14, Earthweek News

HW- Packet due at the end of the month

 

World Civ.

Monday 

Topic- Chapter 13 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 13 outline and primary source

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

Tuesday

Topic- Chapter 13 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 13.3 + 4 outline, questions with a partner

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 14 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 14.1 + 4 outline, questions with a partner, castle projects

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

 Thursday

Topic- Chapter 14 Medieval times

Activities- Chapter 14.1 + 4 outline, questions with a partner, castle projects

Upcoming Events- Packet due in three weeks

 

 

 

Friday

Topic –current events Round 14

Activities-Quizzer Current Events Round 14, group project from chapter 14

HW- Read chapter 12

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons 4/16-4/20

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic –Chapter 12-13

Activities- Intro to the West Discussion, 12+13 outline

HW- Quizzer tomorrow

 

Tuesday

Math PSSA

 

Wednesday

Math PSSA

 

 Thursday

Topic –Chapter 12-13

Activities-The Oregon Trail Activity, 12+13 outline

HW- Packet due next Friday

 

Friday

Topic –current events

Activities- CE Round 12

HW- Packet due Next Friday

 

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

Topic- Chapter 12 Various Cultures

Activities- Chapter 12 Cultures Packet

Upcoming Events- Packet due by the end of class tomorrow

 

Tuesday

Topic- Chapter 12 Various Cultures

Activities- Chapter 12 Cultures Packet

Upcoming Events- Packet due by the end of class tomorrow

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 12 The Holy Roman Empire

Activities- Outline Notes, small group discussion work

Upcoming Events- Current Events this Friday, round 10

 

 

 Thursday

Topic- Chapter 12 The Holy Roman Empire

Activities- Outline Notes, small group discussion work

Upcoming Events- Current Events this Friday, round 10

 

Friday

Topic –current events

Activities-Quizzer Current Events Round 10, group project from chapter 11

HW- Read chapter 12

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 4/9-4/13

U.S. Lessons

Monday

ELA PSSA

Tuesday

ELA PSSA

Wednesday

ELA PSSA

 Thursday

Topic –Chapter 12-13

Activities- Intro to the West Discussion, 12+13 outline

HW- Quizzer tomorrow

Friday

Topic –current events

Activities- CE Round 11

HW- Quizzer tomorrow

 

World Civ.

Monday 

Topic- Chapter 11 Various Cultures

Activities- Chapter 11 Cultures Packet

Upcoming Events- Packet due by the end of class tomorrow

 

Tuesday

Topic- Chapter 11 Various Cultures

Activities- Chapter 11 Cultures Packet

Upcoming Events- Packet due by the end of class tomorrow

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 12 The Holy Roman Empire

Activities- Outline Notes, small group discussion work

Upcoming Events- Current Events this Friday, round 10

 

 

 Thursday

Topic- Chapter 12 The Holy Roman Empire

Activities- Outline Notes, small group discussion work

Upcoming Events- Current Events this Friday, round 10

 

Friday

Topic –current events

Activities-Current Events Round 10, group project from chapter 11

HW- Read chapter 11

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 4/2-4/6

U.S. Lessons

Monday

No school

Tuesday

Topic –Chapter 11.2 Slavery in the South

Activities- Chapter 11.2 outline, African spirituals activity

HW- Study Guide due Next Thursdays

 

Wednesday

Topic –Chapter 11.3 Nationalism and Henry Clay

Activities- Chapter 11.3 outline, Nationalism secondary source

HW- Study Guide due Next Tomorrow

 

 Thursday

Topic –Chapter 11 Review

Activities- Study guide check and review

HW- Quizzer tomorrow

 

Friday

Topic –Chapter 11 Quiz and current events

Activities- Quizzer

HW- Quizzer tomorrow

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

No school

Tuesday

     Topic- 10.3

Activities- 10.3 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Wed.

HW- Read Ch.10.3

 

 

Wednesday

     Topic- 10.3 Quizzer

Activities- 10.3 quizzer and questions with a partner

Upcoming Events- None

HW- Read Ch.11

 

 

 Thursday

  Topic- 11.1+3 Kahoot

Activities- 11.1 +3 Kahoot activity

Upcoming Events- None

HW- Read Ch.11

 

Friday

Topic –current events

Activities-Current Events Round 10, group project from chapter 11

HW- Read chapter 11

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

 

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Lessons 3/26-3/30

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic –Chapter 11.1

Activities- Lowell Mills reading and discussion + small group work

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Tuesday

Topic –Chapter 11.2 Slavery in the South

Activities- Chapter 11.2 outline, African spirituals activity

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Wednesday

Topic – Chapter 11 Documentary

Activities- Chapter 10 Documentary and Critical Thinking Questions

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

 Thursday

No school

Friday

No school  

 

World Civ.

Monday 

  Topic- 10.1

Activities- 10.1 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2

 

Tuesday

     Topic- 10.2

Activities- 10.2 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2

 

 

Wednesday

     Topic- 10.3

Activities- 10.3 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2 +3

 

 

 Thursday

No school

Friday

No school

 

 

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 3/19-3/23

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic –Chapter 10 Review

Activities- Chapter 10 Today in History Review Activity

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Tuesday

Topic –Chapter 10 Test

Activities- Chapter 10 Test

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday, Study Guide Due Thurs

 

Wednesday

Topic – Chapter 10 Documentary

Activities- Chapter 10 Documentary and Critical Thinking Questions

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday, Study Guide Due Thurs

 

 Thursday

Topic –Intro to Chapter 11

Activities- Chapter 11 Mill Dam Drawing and Discussion

HW- Quizzer next Wednesday

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 10

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 10, CNN

HW- Chapter 10 Packet

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

  Topic- 10.1

Activities- 10.1 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2

 

Tuesday

     Topic- 10.2

Activities- 10.2 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2

 

 

Wednesday

     Topic- 10.3

Activities- 10.3 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2 +3

 

 

 Thursday

Topic- Rise of Islam

Activities- Chapter 10.3 Project

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2 +3

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 9

Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 project

HW- Read Ch. 10

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons 3/12-3/16

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic –10.2 Exploration West

Activities- 10.2 critical thinking questions, 10.2 secondary source, 10.2 outline

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Tuesday

Topic –10.3 The War of 1812

Activities- 10.3 critical thinking questions, 10.3 secondary source, 10.3 outline, 10.3 Map

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday, Study Guide Due Thurs

 

Wednesday

Topic –10.3 The War of 1812 Part II

Activities- 10.3 critical thinking questions, 10.3 secondary source, 10.3 outline, 10.3 Map

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday, Study Guide Due Thurs

 

 Thursday

Topic –Chapter 10 Review

Activities- Study Guide Check, Chapter 10 Review Activity

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 7

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 7, CNN

HW- Chapter 10 Packet

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

  Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 10.1+2 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2

 

Tuesday

     Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 10.1+2 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2

 

 

Wednesday

     Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 10.3 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2 +3

 

 

 Thursday

     Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 9.3 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.10.1+2 +3

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 7

Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 project

HW- Read Ch. 10

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons 3/5-3/9

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic –10.1 the Life and Presidency of Jefferson

Activities- 10.1 critical thinking questions, 10.1 secondary source, 10.1 outline

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Tuesday

Topic –10.1 the Life and Presidency of Jefferson

Activities- 10.1 outline, 10.2 map activity

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Wednesday

Topic –10.1 the Life and Presidency of Jefferson

Activities- 10.2 outline, 10.2 Critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

 Thursday

Topic –10.2 The Lewis and Clark Expedition

Activities- 10.2 outline and wilderness survival discussion

HW- Study Guide due Next Tuesday

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 6

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 6, CNN

HW- Chapter 10 Packet

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

  Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 9.1+2 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.9.1+2

 

Tuesday

     Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 9.1+2 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.9.1+2

 

 

Wednesday

     Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 9.3 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.9.1+2 +3

 

 

 Thursday

     Topic- Early Societies of the Americas

Activities- 9.3 outlines + secondary source

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch.9.1+2 +3

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 6

Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 project

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 2/26-3/2

 

U.S.

Mon

Topic- Today in History

Objective- Review for the chapter 9 Test

Activities- Today in History Review

Homework- Study for the test

 

Tues

Topic- Chapter 9 Test

Objective- Chapter 9 test

Activities- Test

Homework- None

 

Wed

Topic- Chapter 9 Video

Objective- Chapter 9 Review

Activities- Chapter 9 Constitution Video

Homework- None

 

Thursday

Topic- Introduction to Chapter 10

Objective- Chapter 10 Intro to the West

Activities- Intro to Ch. 10 Questions, Wilderness survival questions

Homework- None

 

 

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events Review Round

Objective- Students will be familiar with U.S. and World Current Events

Activities- Current Events Bonus Round

Homework- None

 

 

Aleks

Monday-Friday

Aleks Math Program, 15 topics + 3 hours

 

World

 

Monday

Topic- 8.1, +2

Objective- Finish projects, review, 8.1 + 2 notes

Activities- Timeline Activity

Homework- Timeline Activity

 

Tuesday

Topic- 8.3

Objective- 8.3 Primary Source and Notes

Activities- Timeline Activity

Homework- Timeline Activity

 

Wednesday

Topic-9.1

Objective- 9.1 review

Activities- 9.1 notes + small group project

Homework- Timeline Activity

 

Thursday

Topic- 9.2 Outline

Activities + Objective- 9.2 outline + small group work, secondary source

Homework- Timeline tomorrow

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities + Objective- Current Events Round 7

Homework- None

 

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Lessons 2/20-2/23

U.S. Lessons

Monday

No School

 

Tuesday

Topic –Judicial Branch

Activities- Supreme Court Cases, Discussion of Evidence and Verdicts, Judicial Branch Notes

HW- Study Guide

 

Wednesday

Topic- Legislative Branch

Activities- Legislative Branch outline, Strange Laws Activity, CNN 10

HW- Study Guide due Monday

 

 Thursday

Topic- Legislative Branch

Activities- Legislative Branch outline, Junior Scholastic Reading Activity, Study Guide review, CNN 10

HW- Study Guide due Monday

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 5

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 5, CNN

HW- Chapter 8 Packet

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

No school

 

Tuesday

   Topic- African Societies

Activities- 8.1+2 outlines, African Tribal Masks project

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8.1+2

 

Wednesday

   Topic- African Societies

Activities- 8.1+2 outlines, African Tribal Masks project

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8.1+2

 

 Thursday

   Topic- African Societies

Activities- Finish African Tribal Masks project, Review for Quiz, Kahoot reading activity

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8.1+2

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 5

Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 project

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons 2/12-2/16

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic –Executive Branch

Activities- Finish president’s video, 9.1 outline

HW- Study Guide

 

Tuesday

Topic – Judicial  

Activities- Crime scene investigation activity, Clue Game, Judicial Power Point

HW- None

 

Wednesday

Topic- Judicial Branch

Activities- Court System + Cases reading with a partner, Crime scene investigation video

HW- None

 

 

 Thursday

Topic- Legislative Branch

Activities- Legislative Branch outline, Strange Laws Activity, CNN 10

HW- Study Guide due Monday

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 4

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 4, CNN

HW- Chapter 8 Packet

 

World Civ.

Monday 

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Gladiator Movie

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8.1+2

 

Tuesday

  Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Gladiator Movie

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8.1+2

 

 

Wednesday

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Gladiator Movie

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8.1+2

 

 Thursday

 Topic- Societies of Africa

Activities- 8.1+2 reading activity and outline

Upcoming Events- Quiz Next Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 4

Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 project

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons  2/5-2/9

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic -Constitution and Preamble

Activities- Constitution and Preamble review

HW- Test Tues

 

Tuesday

Topic -Constitution and Preamble

Activities- Chapter 8 test

HW- None

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 8 Documentary

Activities- Chapter 8 Documentary and critical thinking questions

HW- None

 

 

 Thursday

Topic- Introduction to chapter 9

Activities- Chapter 9 overview activity, 9.1 terms review + mapping activity

HW- Study Guide due today

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 3

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 3, CNN

HW- Chapter 8 Packet

 

World Civ.

Monday 

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- 6.3+4 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Tuesday

  Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- 6.3+4 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Wednesday

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

 Thursday

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 3

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

Lessons  2/5-2/9

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic -Constitution and Preamble

Activities- Constitution and Preamble review

HW- Test Tues

 

Tuesday

Topic -Constitution and Preamble

Activities- Chapter 8 test

HW- None

 

Wednesday

Topic- Chapter 8 Documentary

Activities- Chapter 8 Documentary and critical thinking questions

HW- None

 

 

 Thursday

Topic- Introduction to chapter 9

Activities- Chapter 9 overview activity, 9.1 terms review + mapping activity

HW- Study Guide due today

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 3

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 3, CNN

HW- Chapter 8 Packet

 

World Civ.

Monday 

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- 6.3+4 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Tuesday

  Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- 6.3+4 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Wednesday

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

 Thursday

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Chapter 6 Movie

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 3

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 1/29-2/2

U.S. Lessons

Monday

Topic -Constitution and Preamble

Activities- Constitution and Preamble review, Debating the Issues

HW- Test next Tues

 

Tuesday

Topic -Constitution and Preamble

Activities- Constitution and Preamble review, Debating the Issues

HW- Test next Tues

 

Wednesday

Topic- Study Guide Review

Activities- Study Guide Review Activity

HW- Test Next Tues

 

 Thursday

Topic- Constitution

Activities- Today in History Review Activity

HW- Study Guide due today

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events Round 2

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 2, CNN

HW- Chapter 8 Packet

 

World Civ.

Monday 

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- 6.3+4 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Wednesday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Tuesday

  Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- 6.3+4 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Wednesday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Wednesday

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Quizzer

Upcoming Events- None

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

 Thursday

Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Roman Empire Video

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Next Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Friday

Topic-Current Events

Activities- CE Round 2

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 8

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons 1-22- 1-26

U.S. Lessons

Mon

Topic- The Development of Early American Government

Activities- 8.1 source, 8.1 outline, 8.1 map + questions with a partner

HW- Study guide

 

Tuesday

Topic- The Development of Early American Government

Activities- 8.2 source, 8.2 outline, 8.2 critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Study guide

 

Wednesday

Topic- Today in History

Activities- Today in History trivia activity- Championship Round

HW- Study Guide

 

Thursday

Topic- The Development of Early American Government

Activities- 8.2 source, 8.2 outline

HW- Study guide

 

 

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 1-Spring Challenge

Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Study Guide

 

World Civ.

Monday

Topic- The Roman Empire and Review

Activities- Review quizzer questions, 6.2 outline, 6.2 video

Upcoming Events- Quiz tomorrow

HW- Read ch. 6

 

Tuesday

Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- 6.1+2 Quizzer

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read ch. 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Chapter 6.3 reading questions + outline

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Study Guide

 

Thursday

Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Chapter 6.4 reading questions + outline, Quiz review

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Study Guide

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Quizzer, Current Events Round 5

Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Read 2.3

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Thursday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 15 topics 3 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the Benchmark of 300 topics

 

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Lessons 1/15-1/19

U.S. Lessons

Monday

No school

 

Tuesday

Topic- Pretest

Activities-Students will take a bonus pretest on the Constitution

HW- None

 

Wednesday

Topic- Creating the Constitution

Activities- 8.1 outline + critical thinking questions, 8.1 painting analysis

HW- Packet due Thurs

 

 Thursday

Topic- Creating the Constitution

Activities- 8.1 outline , 8.2 critical thinking questions with a partner,

HW- Packet due today

 

Friday

Topic- Today in History

Activities- Today in History Trivia Final Round

HW- Chapter 8 Packet

 

World Civ.

Monday 

No school 

 

Tuesday

 Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Presentations ,  6.2+3 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

 

Wednesday

Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Presentations ,  6.3 power-point + worksheet

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

 Thursday

Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Roman Empire Video

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Friday

Topic- The Roman Empire

Activities- Quizzer 6.1-3, Today in History

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 6

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons- 1/8-1/12

Day 1- Monday 1/8

Topic- Chapter 7.3

Objectives-  Students will gain an understanding of the Revolutionary War events in the south

 Assignments-   In class- 7.3 End of the War power-point, 7.3 critical thinking questions + study guide review

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 7 test Wednesday

 

Date: Tuesday 1/9

Topic- Chapter 7.4

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the of the Revolutionary War and the Results

 Assignments-   In class End of the War/Results power-point - Today in History Trivia

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Test Wednesday

 

 

Date: Wednesday 1/10

Topic- Chapter 7

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the Revolutionary War

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 7 Test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  CE Round Final Round

 

 Date: Thursday 1/11

 Topic- Current events

Objectives-  Students will gain an understanding of current world events

 Assignments-   Current events round 8 challenge

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

 

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

  

Date: Friday 1/12

Topic- Chapter 7

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the Revolutionary War

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 8 pre Test, Chapter 7 Documentary

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 

 

 World Civ.

Day 1

Topic- Chapter 6.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.1

Activities-

6.1 Intro to Rome reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read Ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2

Topic- Chapter 6.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.1

Activities-

6.1 outline notes, Primary Source worksheet with a partner

Homework: Read Ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 Day 3-

Topic- Chapter 6.2+3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.2+3

Activities-

6.2+3 The Roman Empire+ Culture Outline , 6.3 Questions with a partner

Homework: Read ch.6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 4-

Topic- Chapter 6.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.3

Activities-

6.3 outline with a partner

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5-

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Current Events Round 13 , Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Monday – Friday 1-8- 1-12

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons 1/3-1/5

U.S. Lessons

Monday

No school

Tuesday

No school

 

Wednesday

Topic- Fighting in the West and the North

Activities- 7.2+3 outline , 7.2+3 critical thinking questions, Navy Battle Painting analysis

HW- Packet due Thurs

 

 Thursday

Topic- Yorktown and the End of the War

Activities- 7.3+4 power-point, Results of the war chart and discussion, study guide review

HW- Packet due today

 

Friday

Topic- Today in History

Activities- Today in History Trivia

HW- Test Monday, Study!

 

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

Monday 

No school 

 

Tuesday

 No school

 

Wednesday

Topic- 5.5 Project + Review

Activities- Review questions as a class + Starbursts, 5.5 Hellenism Project

Upcoming Events- Quizzer  Friday

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Thursday

Topic- 5.5 Hellenism

Activities- 5.5 project finish + present

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Friday

Topic- 5.5 Hellenism

Activities- Open book quizzer

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons 12/18-12/22

U.S. Lessons

 

Monday

Topic- Valley Forge

Activities- 7.2 power-point, 7.2 Valley Forge Writing Activity

HW- Packet due after Christmas break

 

Tuesday

Topic- Valley Forge

Activities- 7.2 Valley Forge Writing Activity Review, 7.2 Critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Packet due after Christmas break

 

Wednesday

Topic- Christmas movie

Activities- Christmas movie

HW- Packet due after Christmas break

 

 Thursday

Topic- Christmas movie

Activities- Christmas movie

HW- Packet due after Christmas break

 

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Christmas movie

HW- Packet due after Christmas break

 

 World Civ.

 

Monday 

Topic- Chapter 5

Activities- Quiz review, Finish current Events, Hellenism project

Upcoming Events-Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Tuesday

Topic- Chapter 5

Activities- Hellenism project

Upcoming Events-Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Wednesday

Topic- Christmas movie

Activities- Christmas movie

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Thursday

Topic- Christmas movie

Activities- Christmas movie

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Friday

No class

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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12/11- 12/15

U.S.

Monday-

Intro to chapter 7

Activities- Review video questions, Chapter 7 Map overview, 7.1 terms + secondary source

Homework- Read Chapter 7, Chapter 7 Study Guide

 

Tuesday-

Intro to chapter 7

Activities- 7.1 Story, 7.1 outline, 7.1 terms + secondary source

Homework- Read Chapter 7, Chapter 7 Study Guide

 

Wednesday-

The War in the North

Activities- Chapter 7.1 painting analysis, Finish 7.1 outline, 7.2 terms as a class + Story Reading

Homework- Read Chapter 7, Chapter 7 Study Guide

 

Thursday-

The War in the North

Activities- Chapter 7.2 outline, 7.2 video, 7.2 critical thinking questions with a partner

Homework- Read Chapter 7, Chapter 7 Study Guide

 

Friday-

Current Events

Activities- Earthweek News, Current Events Round 17

Homework- Read Chapter 7, Chapter 7 Study Guide

 

World History

 

Monday

Golden Age of Athens and Persian Wars

Activities- Review quizzer, Video segment,  5.3 outline

Homework- Read 5.3-5 Quizzer on Friday

 

Tuesday

Golden Age of Athens and Persian Wars

Activities- Video segment, Finish 5.3 outline

Homework- Read 5.3-5 Quizzer on Friday

 

Wednesday

War between Athens and Sparta

Activities- Class reading, 5.4 outline, questions as a class

Homework: Read 5.3-5 Quizzer on Friday

 

Thursday

Legacy of Greek Culture

Activities- Greece and the West Project

Homework- Study for tomorrow’s quizzer

 

Aleks Math

Mon-Friday

12 topics- 2 hours on the Aleks Math Program

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Lessons 12/4-12/8

U.S. Lessons

 

Monday

Topic- Test review

Activities- Test review activity as a class

HW- Test Wed

 

Tuesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- Today in History Trivia, Current Events discussion

HW- Test tomorrow study!

 

Wednesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- Chapter 6 test  

HW- None

 

 Thursday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- Video “Rise of the Patriots” and critical thinking questions as a class

HW- None

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 17

HW- None

 

 World Civ.

 

Monday 

Topic- 5.2

Activities- 5.2 outline and critical thinking with a partner

Upcoming Events-Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Tuesday

Topic- 5.2

Activities- 5.2 Building a city project

 Upcoming Events-Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Wednesday

Topic- 5.2

Activities- 5.2 Building a city project and presentations

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Thursday

 

Topic- 5.2

Activities- 5.2+3 outline, Secondary Source “The Rise of Classical Greek Culture”

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Friday

Topic-5.1+2, Current Events

Activities- Quizzer,  Current Events Trivia Round 17

HW- Read 5.3+4

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 11-27 ---- 12-1

Lessons 11/27-12/1

U.S. Lessons

 

Monday

No school 

Tuesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.3 secondary source, 6.3 Boston Massacre Investigation Video, 6.3 outline

HW- Test in early December

 

Wednesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.4 secondary source, 6.4 terms + critical thinking questions,

HW- Test in early December

 

 Thursday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.4 Primary Source, Study Guide Review

HW- Test in early December

 

 

Friday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 16

HW- Test in early December

 

 World Civ.

 

Monday 

Topic- 5.1

Activities- 5.1 outline and critical thinking with a partner

Upcoming Events-Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Tuesday

Topic- 5.1

Activities- 5.1 outline and critical thinking with a partner

Upcoming Events-Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Wednesday

Topic- 5.2

Activities- 5.2 outline, Secondary Source “The Rise of Classical Greek Culture”

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Thursday

 

Topic- 5.2

Activities- 5.2 outline, Secondary Source “The Rise of Classical Greek Culture”

Upcoming Events- Quizzer

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Friday

Topic-5.1+2, Current Events

Activities- Quizzer Current Events Trivia Round 16

HW- Read 5.3+4

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

 

 

 

 

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U.S. Lessons

 

Monday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.2 secondary source, 6.2 ppt, 6.2 critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Study Guide due tomorrow, Test early December

 

Tuesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- Career workshop at the Hermitage VFW, Class discussion on Careers

HW- Test in early December

 

Wednesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.2 secondary source, 6.2 Boston Massacre Investigation Video, 6.2 outline

HW- Test in early December

 

 Thursday

Happy Thanksgiving!

 

 

Friday

No School

 

 World Civ.

 

Monday 

Topic- 5.1

Activities-, 5.1 outline and critical thinking with a partner

Upcoming Events- Thanksgiving

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Tuesday

Topic- 5.1

Activities- 5.1 outline, Last Stand of the 300 Video

Upcoming Events- Thanksgiving

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Wednesday

Topic- 5.1

Activities- 5.1 outline, Last Stand of the 300 Video

Upcoming Events- Thanksgiving

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

 Thursday

Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday

No school

Upcoming Events- None

HW- Read Ch. 5

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 12 topics 2 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons 11/13-11/17

U.S. Lessons

 

Monday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.1 secondary source,  6.1 ppt, 6.1 critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Study Guide due tomorrow, Test early December

 

Tuesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.1 secondary source, 6.1 critical thinking activity, 6.1 outline

HW- Test in early December

 

Wednesday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities- 6.2 secondary source, 6.2 Boston Massacre Investigation Video, 6.2 outline

HW- Test in early December

 

 Thursday

Topic- Colonial Resistance

Activities-6.2 outline, 6.2 critical thinking questions with a partner

HW- Test in early December

 

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 14

HW- Study Guide due next Tuesday, Test Next Thursday

 

 

 World Civ.

 

Monday 

Topic- 4.2

Activities-,4.1 outline and critical thinking with a partner

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 4

 

 Tuesday

Topic- 4.2

Activities- Review quiz items, 4.2 outline + discussion, 4.2 primary source

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 4

 

Wednesday

Topic- 4.3

Activities- Review quiz items, 4.2 outline + discussion, 4.2 primary source

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 4

 Thursday

Topic- 4.4

Activities- Review quiz items, 4.2 outline + discussion, 4.2 primary source

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 4

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events + Quizzer

Activities- 4.2-4 quizzer, Current Events trivia Round 10

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 4

 

Aleks Lessons

Tuesday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 15 topics 3 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons- 11/6-11/10

Day 1- Monday 11/6

Topic- Chapter 4

Objectives-  Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid 1700s

 Assignments-   In class- Study guide check, 5.3 secondary source

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 4-5 test Wednesday

 

Date: Tuesday 11/7

Topic- Chapter 4-5

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid-1700s

 Assignments-   In class- Today in History Trivia

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 4-5 test Wednesday

 

 

Date: Wednesday 11/8

Topic- Chapter 5

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid 1700s

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 4+5 Test

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  CE Round 12

 

 Date: Thursday 11/9

 Topic- Chapter 5

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid 1700s

 Assignments-   In class- North America Documentary, Class video discussion, critical thinking questions

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

  

Date: Friday 11/10

 Topic- Current events

Objectives-  Students will gain an understanding of current world events

 Assignments-   Current events round 8 challenge

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

 

 

 World Civ.

Day 1

Topic- Chapter 4.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.1

Activities-

4.1 Egyptians reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2

Topic- Chapter 4.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.1

Activities-

4.1 Middle Kingdom reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 Day 3-

Topic- Chapter 4.2+3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.2+3

Activities-

4.2 Babylon outline notes, 4.3 Questions with a partner

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 4-

Topic- Chapter 4.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.4

Activities-

4.4 outline with a partner

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5-

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Current Events Round 13 , Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Monday – Friday 11-6- 11-10

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

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U.S. Lessons 10/30- 11/3

Mon-

Topic- Pirates in the 1700s + Current Events

Activities- Finish pirate ship project, current events round 10

Homework- Study guide due Thurs

 

Tues-

Topic- The Glorious Revolution

Activities- Review 5.2 terms, 5.2 outline, 5.2 critical thinking questions

Homework- Study Guide due Thursday

Upcoming events- Test next Tuesday

 

Wed-

Topic- The French and Indian War

Activities- Review 5.3 terms, 5.3 outline, 5.3 critical thinking questions

Homework- Study Guide due Thursday

Upcoming events- Test next Tuesday

 

Thurs-

Topic- The French and Indian War

Activities- 5.3 outline, 5.3 Battles Map + video, study guide review + check

Homework- Study Guide due Thursday

Upcoming events- Test next Tuesday

 

 

 

Fri-

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events round 11

Homework- Study for test

Upcoming events- Test next Tues.

 

World Civ. Lessons

 

Mon.

Topic- Three Ancient Empires

Activities- Review Quizzer, Finish 3.4 outline, CE- Round 10,

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Quizzer Friday

 

Tues.

Topic- Three Ancient Empires

Activities- 3.4 outline, Finish Judaism projects

Homework- None

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

 

Wed.

Topic- Three Ancient Empires

Activities- 4.1-3 Compare and Contrast Project

Homework- None

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

 

Thurs.

Topic- Three Ancient Empires

Activities- 4.1-3 Compare and Contrast Project

Homework- None

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

 

Fri.

Topic- Three Ancient Empires

Activities- 4.1-3 quizzer, CE Round 10

Homework- None

Upcoming Events- Quizzer Friday

 

Aleks

Mon.-Fri.

3 hours, 15 topics on the Aleks program

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Lessons- 10/23-10/27

Day 1- Monday 10/23

Topic- Chapter 4

Objectives-  Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid 1700s

 Assignments-   In class- Intro to chapter 4, collect packets, notebook checks, Chapter 4 over view questions with a partner, current events update and discussion

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

 

Date: Tuesday 10/24

Topic- Chapter 4-5

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid 1700s

 Assignments-   In class- 5.1 outline + secondary source

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

 

Date: Wednesday 10/25

Topic- Chapter 5

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid 1700s

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 5.1 map activity + economics questions, 5.1 critical thinking questions with a partner.

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

 

 Date: Thursday 10/26

 Topic- Chapter 5

Objectives- Students will gain an understanding of the development of the colonies in the early to mid 1700s

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 5.2 outline, Colonial town painting analysis,  5.2  questions with a partner.

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

  

Date: Friday 10/27

 Topic- Current events

Objectives-  Students will gain an understanding of current world events

 Assignments-   Current events round 8 challenge

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Chapter 4-5 test in a few weeks

 

 

 World Civ.

Day 1

Topic- Chapter 3.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3

Activities-

3.3 Minoans reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2

Topic- Chapter 3.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.4

Activities-

3.4 Origins of Judaism reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 Day 3-

Topic- Chapter 3.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.4

Activities-

3.4 Origins of Judaism Questions with a partner, outline notes, Western religions project

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 4-

Topic- Chapter 3.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.4

Activities-

Western Religions Comparison Activity

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5-

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Current Events Round 8 , Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Monday – Friday 10-23- 10-27

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

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Lessons 10/16-10/20

U.S. Lessons

 

Monday

Topic- Middle Colonies

Activities- 3.4 terms/outline, Clothing of the colonies question, Pennsylvania and the Quakers Reading

HW- Study Guide due tomorrow, Test Thursday

 

Tuesday

Topic- Study Guide review

Activities- Study guide review activity

HW- Test Thursday

 

Wednesday

Topic- Today in History Trivia

Activities- Today in History Trivia

Upcoming Events- Test tomorrow

HW- Study Guide

 

 Thursday

Topic- Chapter 3 Test

Activities- Chapter 3 Test

Upcoming Events- Current Events tomorrow

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 7

HW- Study Guide due next Tuesday, Test Next Thursday

 

 

 World Civ.

 

Monday 

Topic- Eastern Religions

Activities- Eastern religions project, 3.2 outline and critical thinking with a partner

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

 Tuesday

Topic- Assyrian Civilization

Activities- Review quiz items, 3.3 outline + discussion, 3.3 primary source

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

Wednesday

Topic- Assyrian Civilization

Activities- Review quiz items, 3.3 outline + discussion, 3.3 primary source

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 Thursday

Topic- Assyrian Civilization

Activities- Review quiz items, 3.3 outline + discussion, 3.3 primary source

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events + Quizzer

Activities- 3.1+2+3 quizzer, Current Events trivia Round 7

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

Aleks Lessons

Tuesday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 15 topics 3 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons 10/10-10/13

U.S. Lessons

 

Tuesday

Topic- English Colonies

Activities- 3.2 classzone.com map, 3.2 recap, 3.2 painting analysis, 3.2 outline+ reading questions, 3.2 video

HW- Study Guide due next Tuesday, Test Next Thursday

 

Wednesday

Topic- Salem Witch Trials

Activities- Salem Witch Trials Activity

HW- Study Guide due next Tuesday, Test Next Thursday

 

Thursday

Topic- Southern Colonies Develop

Activities- 3.3 writing activity + painting analysis, 3.3 reading questions

Upcoming Events- Study Guide due next Tuesday, Test Next Thursday

HW- Study Guide

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Trivia Round 6

HW- Study Guide due next Tuesday, Test Next Thursday

 

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

 

Tuesday

Topic- Assyrian Civilzation

Activities- 3.1 outline + discussion, 3.1 painting analysis and reading questions with a partner, review quiz

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

 Wednesday

Topic- Assyrian Civilzation + Introduction to Babylon

Activities- Review quiz items, 3.1 outline + discussion, 3.2 primary source

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

Thursday

Topic- Babylonian Civilization

Activities- 3.2 outline + discussion, Review quiz items, 3.2 reading sheet with a partner

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events + Quizzer

Activities- 3.1+2 quizzer, Current Events trivia Round 6

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read Ch. 3

 

Aleks Lessons

Tuesday – Friday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 15 topics 3 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 10/2-10/5

U.S. Lessons

Mon

Topic- English Colonies

Activities- 3.1 map + critical thinking with a partner, Colonies Secondary Source, 3.1 outline

HW- Study for the test

 

Tuesday

Topic- English Colonies

Activities- 3.1 think about it activity with a partner, 3.1 outline, 3.1 video, current events update

HW- Study Guide

 

Wednesday

Topic- The First Thanksgiving

Activities- Reading “The First Thanksgiving” with a partner, Primary source activity “The Mayflower Compact”

HW- Study Guide

 

Thursday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 5

Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Study Guide

 

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

Monday

Topic- Civilizations of China and India

Activities- Review Quiz, Indus River Civilization project work, 2.4 outline, group presentations

Upcoming Events- Quiz Thursday

HW- Read Ch. 2.4

 

Tuesday

Topic- Civilizations of China

Activities- Chapter 2.4 primary source, 2.4 map with a partner, finish 2.4 outline, quiz items

Upcoming Events- Quiz Thursday

HW- Read Ch. 2.4

 

 Wednesday

Topic- Civilizations of China

Activities- Chapter 2.4 Timeline assignment

Upcoming Events- Quiz Thursday

HW- Study Guide

 

Thursday

Topic- Civilizations of China

Activities- 2.4 Quiz, Current Events Round 5

Upcoming Events- Long weekend

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Thursday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 15 topics 3 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

 

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Lessons 9/25-9/29

U.S. Lessons

Mon

Topic- Slave Trade and the Middle Passage

Activities- 2.4 primary source, 2.3+4 outline, 2.4 map with a partner

HW- Study for the test

 

Tuesday

Topic- Study Guide Review

Activities- Study Guide check and review

HW- Study Guide

 

Wednesday

Topic- Today in History

Activities- Today in History trivia activity

Upcoming Events- Test tomorrow

HW- Study Guide

Thursday

Topic- Chapter 2 Test

Activities- Chapter 2 Test

Upcoming Events- Current Events tomorrow

HW- None

 

 

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 5

Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Study Guide

 

World Civ.

Monday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2 Big Questions, 2.2 outline, Ancient Egypt video

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read ch. 2

 

Tuesday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2.2 recap + picture analysis, Chapter 2 key items, 2.2+3 outline, 2.3 questions with a partner

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read ch. 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2.3 reading questions + outline

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Study Guide

 

Thursday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2 Big Questions, Chapter 2.4 outline, 2.4 critical thinking questions

Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Study Guide

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Quizzer, Current Events Round 5

Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Read 2.3

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Thursday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 15 topics 3 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark

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Lessons 9/18-9/22

U.S. Lessons

Mon

Topic- Pirates off of the African Coast

Activities- Ch. 2 introduction map, 2.1 pirates article reading, 2.1 terms and discussion, 2.1 outline

HW- Study for the test

 

Tuesday

Topic- European Exploration

Activities- 2.1 picture analysis, 2.1 European exploration discussion question, 2.1 outline, 2.1 Portuguese explorers video

HW- Study Guide

 

Wednesday

Topic- European Competition

Activities- 2.2 Essay, 2.2 terms, 2.2 critical thinking with a partner

Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Study Guide

Thursday

Topic- Middle Passage

Activities- 2.3 outline + document-based analysis questions

 Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Study Guide

 

 

 

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 4

 Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Study Guide

 

World Civ.

Monday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2 Big Questions, Chapter 1 notebook check,  Chapter 1 Quizzer review, Chapter 2.1 outline, Chapter 2.1 primary source

 Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read ch. 2

 

Tuesday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2.1 recap + picture analysis, Chapter 2 key items, 2.1+2 outline, Chapter 2.1+2 project

 Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Read ch. 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2.1+2 project, Hammurabi’s Code Video

 Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Study Guide

 

Thursday

Topic- Early Civilizations

Activities- Chapter 2 Recap, Chapter 2.1+2 project, Hammurabi’s Code Video

 Upcoming Events- Quiz Friday

HW- Study Guide

 

Friday

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events Round 4

 Upcoming Events- Test next Thursday

HW- Read 2.3

 

Aleks Lessons

Monday – Thursday

Objective- Algebra 1 Keystone Practice

Activities- 15 topics 3 hours on Aleks

HW- Keep working towards reaching the winter benchmark 

 

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Lessons- 9/11-9/15

U.S. History

Day 1- 9/11

Topic- Review of ch. 1

Objectives-

Students will  be familiar with the topics in chapter 1

Activities-

Study Guide Check

Homework: Test Wednesday

Chapter Review 

Day 2- 9/12

Topic- Review of ch. 1

Objectives-

Students will  be familiar with the topics in chapter 1

Activities-

Study Guide Check

Homework: Test Wednesday

 

Day 3- 9/13

Topic- Review of ch. 1

Objectives-

Chapter 1 Test

Activities-

Study Guide Check

Homework: Test Wednesday

 

Day 4- 9/14

 

Topic- Review of ch. 1

Objectives-

Chapter 1 documentary: “Life in the Freezer”

Activities-

Study Guide Check

Homework: Test Wednesday

 

Day 5- 9/15

Topic- Current Events

Objectives- Learn about world and U.S. current events

Activities-

Agenda check, Earthweek/Junior Scholastic activity, Current Events Round 3

 Homework: Read chapter 2

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 9/11

Topic-1.3 Early Human Society

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe the development of culture among early humans

Activities-

Review Quizzer

Ice Man Video

Finish projects

b.)  Homework  Read chapter 1.3 in preparation for the quiz Friday

 

 

Day 2- 9/12

Topic-1.3 Early Human Society

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe the development of culture among early humans

Activities-

1.3 Notes

Project Presentations

b.)  Homework  Read chapter 1.3 in preparation for the quiz Friday

  

Day 3- 9/13

 Topic-1.3 Early Human Society

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe the development of culture among early humans

Activities-

Finish 1.3 Notes

Project Presentations
Continue Ice Man video

b.)  Homework  Read chapter 1.3 in preparation for the quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 9/14

Topic-1.3 Early Human Society

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe the development of culture among early humans

Activities-

1.3 worksheets with a partner

Project Presentations

b.)  Homework  Read chapter 1.3 in preparation for the quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 9/15

Topic- Current Events

Objectives- Learn about world and U.S. current events

Activities-

1.3 Quizzer, Current Events Round 3

Homework: Read chapter 2

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 9/11

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

Time and topics on Aleks 

 Day 2- 9/12

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

Time and Topics on Aleks

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

  

Day 3- 9/13

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

Time and topics on Aleks

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 Day 4- 9/14

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

Time and topics on Aleks

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 Day 4- 9/15

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

Time and topics on Aleks

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

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Lessons- 9/5-9/8

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 9/5

Topic- Introduction to American History 1

Objectives-

Students will  be familiar with the topics in 1.1

Activities-

1.1 critical thinking

1.1 power-point

1.1 video

1.2 terms overview and discussion

Homework: Study guide due Monday 

 

Day 2- 9/6

Topic- Indigenous Tribes of the Americas

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the Indigenous tribe migrations beginning around 8000-10000 B.C.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of indigenous tribes

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different indigenous cultures that  formed in the Americas

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

e.)   Before we leave question- Why do you think the various tribes began to split up when they came to the Americas? Jot down two ideas in your class notebook

f.)    Current events discussion

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Have two answers to the “Before we leave” question written in class notebook

 Day 3- 9/7

Topic- Societies of Europe and Africa

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe the development of the slave trade in Africa and the involvement of European countries in that trade

Activities-

-1.2 critical thinking with a partner

-1.2 essay

Homework- Study Guide due Monday 

 

Day 4- 9/8

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Students will read chapter 1.3 “Societies of Europe”

Students will begin filling out their chapter 1 study guide included in their notes packets

 

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 9/5

Topic-1.1+1.2 Early Humans

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe the development of culture among early humans

Activities-

Review 1.1 reading sheet

1.1 notes

1.1 Ice Man paper

b.)   Read chapter 1 in preparation for the quiz Friday

 

 

Day 2- 9/6

Topic- Early humans

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with early humans prior to 7,500 B.C.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of prehistoric people groups

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different aspects of culture

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

e.)   Before we leave question

f.)    Current events discussion

Homework:  Read chapter 1

  

Day 3- 9/7

Topic- Early humans

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with early humans prior to 7,500 B.C.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of prehistoric people groups

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different aspects of culture

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

e.)   Before we leave question

f.)    Current events discussion

Homework:  Read chapter 1

 

Day 4- 9/8

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework:

a.)   Students will read chapter 1 in the text book and look through their packets

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 9/5

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 Day 2- 9/6

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

  

Day 3- 9/7

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 Day 4- 9/8

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lesson Plans 2017-18

 

Lessons- 8/24-8/27

 

U.S. History

 

Week 1

 

Day 1- 8/24

 

Topic- Introduction to American History 1

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the course syllabus for American History 1

 

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

 

c.)   Students will understand why it is important to study history.

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Assign seats

 

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

 

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: 1.) Why is it important to study American history? 2.) What academic goal would you like to achieve this year in history class?

 

d.)   Distribute textbooks

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

a.)   Get syllabus signed by parent/guardian

 

b.)   Read chapter 1.1 in preparation for the quiz on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 8/25

 

Topic- Indigenous Tribes of the Americas

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the Indigenous tribe migrations beginning around 8000-10000 B.C.

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of indigenous tribes

 

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different indigenous cultures that  formed in the Americas

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

 

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

 

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

 

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

 

e.)   Before we leave question- Why do you think the various tribes began to split up when they came to the Americas? Jot down two ideas in your class notebook

 

f.)    Current events discussion

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Have two answers to the “Before we leave” question written in class notebook

 

 Day 3- 8/25

 

Topic- Indigenous Tribes of the Americas

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the Indigenous tribe migrations beginning around 8000-10000 B.C.

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of indigenous tribes

 

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different indigenous cultures that  formed in the Americas

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

 

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

 

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

 

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

 

e.)   Before we leave question- Why do you think the various tribes began to split up when they came to the Americas? Jot down two ideas in your class notebook

 

f.)    Current events discussion

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Have two answers to the “Before we leave” question written in class notebook

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 8/27

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

 

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

 

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

 

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

 

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

 

f.)    CNN Student News

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

a.)   Students will read chapter 1.3 “Societies of Europe”

 

Students will begin filling out their chapter 1 study guide included in their notes packets

 

 

 

World Civ.

 

Week 1

 

Day 1- 8/24

 

Topic- Introduction to World Civilizations 1

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the course syllabus for World Civilizations 1

 

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

 

c.)   Students will understand why it is important to study history.

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Assign seats

 

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

 

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: 1.) Why is it important to study world history? 2.) What academic goal would you like to achieve this year in history class?

 

d.)   Distribute textbooks

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

a.)   Get syllabus signed by parent/guardian

 

b.)   Read chapter 1 in preparation for the quiz next Friday

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 8/25

 

Topic- Early humans

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with early humans prior to 7,500 B.C.

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of prehistoric people groups

 

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different aspects of culture

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

 

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

 

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

 

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

 

e.)   Before we leave question

 

f.)    Current events discussion

 

Homework:  Read chapter 1

 

  

 

Day 3- 8/26

 

Topic- Early humans

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with early humans prior to 7,500 B.C.

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of prehistoric people groups

 

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different aspects of culture

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

 

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

 

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

 

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

 

e.)   Before we leave question

 

f.)    Current events discussion

 

Homework:  Read chapter 1

 

 

 

Day 3- 8/27

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

 

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

 

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

 

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

 

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

 

f.)    CNN Student News

 

Homework:

 

a.)   Students will read chapter 1 in the text book and look through their packets

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

 

Day 1- 8/24

 

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

 

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Assign seats

 

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

 

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: What academic goal would you like to achieve this semester in Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation?

 

d.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 2- 8/25

 

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

 

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Casio Prism Review

 

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 8/26

 

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

 

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Casio Prism Review

 

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 Day 4- 8/27

 

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

 

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Casio Prism Review

 

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

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5/30-6/2

 

 

Lesson Plans  

 

 

Lessons-5/30-6/2

 

Tuesday-Thursday

History Movie

 

 

Day 4- Friday 6/2

Volleyball Tournament

 

 

 

 World Civ.

 

Lessons-5/30-6/2

 

Tuesday-Thursday

History Movie

 

 

Day 4- Friday 6/2

Volleyball Tournament

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

 

Lessons-5/30-6/2

 

Tuesday-Thursday

Remaining topics

 

Day 4- Friday 6/2

Volleyball Tournament/Half day

 

 

Lessons-5/15-5/19

Day 1- Monday 5/15

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- 17.1+2 overview, 17.2 Secondary Source

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Friday

Day 2- Tuesday 5/16

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- 17.3+4 overview, 17.3+4 Critical thinking questions

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

Day 3- Wednesday 5/17

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- Study Guide Review

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

 

Day 4- Thursday 5/18

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class-Today in history challenge

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

 

 Date: Friday 4/24

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 17, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 5/15

Topic- Chapter 13.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 14

Activities-

Medieval reading activity, 14.1 outline, picture analysis activity

Homework: Read ch. 14

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 5/16

 Topic- Chapter 14.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 14

Activities-

14.2 outline, picture analysis activity, 14.2 poster project

Homework: Read ch. 14

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 3-5/17

 Topic- Chapter 14

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 14.3

Activities-

14.3 terms, 14.3 outline, 14.3 group project

Homework: Read ch. 14.3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 4- 5/18

 Topic- Chapter 14.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 14.4

Activities-

14.4 terms, 14.4 outline, 14.4 group project

Homework: Read ch. 14.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

Day 5- 4/28

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 21, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 5/15

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 5/16

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 5/17

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5/18

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

Day 5/19

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

Lessons-5/8-5/12

Day 1- Monday 5/8

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- 16.1+2 overview, 16.2 Secondary Source

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Friday

Day 2- Tuesday 5/9

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- 16.3+4 overview, 16.3+4 Critical thinking questions

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

Day 3- Wednesday 5/10

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- Reading activity+Bull Run Video

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

 

Day 4- Thursday 5/11

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- 16.3+4 overview, 16.3+4 Critical thinking questions

 Homework: Test next Tuesday

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

 

 Date: Friday 5/12

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 20, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 5/8

Topic- Chapter 13.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 14

Activities-

Medieval reading activity, 13.3 outline, picture analysis activity

Homework: Read ch. 13

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 5/9

 Topic- Chapter 14.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 14

Activities-

13.3 outline, picture analysis activity, 13.3 poster project

Homework: Read ch. 13

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 3-5/10

 Topic- Chapter 13

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13.4

Activities-

13.4 terms, 13.4 outline, 13.4 group project

Homework: Read ch. 13.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 4- 5/11

 Topic- Chapter 14.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13.4

Activities-

13.4 terms, 13.4 outline, 13.4 group project

Homework: Read ch. 14.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

Day 5- 5/12

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 21, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 5/8

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 5/9

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 5/10

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5/11

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

Day 5/12

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

Lessons 5/1-5-5

 

 

5/1-5/5 Lessons

 

U.S.

5-1

Topic- Abraham Lincoln

Activities- 15.1 reading activity, 15.3 power-point 15.3 election map, Study Guide Review

Homework- Civil War Packet due Mid-May

Upcoming Events: Civil War Test late May

 

5-2

Topic- None

Activities- PSSA Science

Homework- Civil War Packet due Mid-May

Upcoming Events: Civil War Test late May

 

5-3

Topic- None

Activities- PSSA Science

Homework- Civil War Packet due Mid-May

Upcoming Events: Civil War Test late May

 

 

 

 

 

5-4

Topic- 1st Battle of Bull Run

Activities- 16.1 reading activity, Military tactics discussion and battle map, 16.1 outline, Study Guide Review

Homework- Civil War Packet due Mid-May

Upcoming Events: Civil War Test late May

 

5-5

Topic- Current Events

Activities- Current Events trivia round 18

Homework- Civil War Packet due Mid-May

Upcoming Events: Civil War Test late May

 

World History 1

 

5-1

Topic- Medieval Society

Activities- Recap discussion, 13.3 Critical thinking questions with a partner, 13.3 outline

Homework- Read 13.3+4

Upcoming Events: 13.3+4 Quiz on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

5-2

Topic- Medieval Society

Activities- Recap discussion, 13.3 Critical thinking questions with a partner, 13.3 outline

Homework- Read 13.3+4

Upcoming Events: 13.3+4 Quiz on Friday

 

5-3

Topic- Medieval Society

Activities- Recap discussion, 13.4 Critical thinking questions with a partner, 13.4 outline

Homework- Read 13.3+4

Upcoming Events: 13.3+4 Quiz on Friday

 

5-4

Topic- Medieval Society

Activities- 13.4 Timeline Activity

Homework- Read 13.3+4

Upcoming Events: 13.3+4 Quiz on Friday

 

5-5

Topic- Current Events

Activities- 13.3+4 Quizzer, 13.4 Project

Homework- None

Upcoming Events: None

 

 

 

Alg. 1 Recitation

 

5/1-5/5

Aleks Lab work- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming evets- Keystone Exams- Spring testing

 

Lessons-4/24-4-/28

 

Day 1- Monday 4/18

 

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 

 Assignments-   In class- 15.1+2 overview, Abraham Lincoln reading activity

 

 Homework: None

 

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

 

 

 

Date: Tuesday- Thursday

 

PSSA Math

 

 

 

 Date: Friday 4/24

 

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 17, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 

 Homework: Study

 

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 

 

 World Civ.

 

Day 1- 4/24

 

Topic- Chapter 13.1

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13

 

Activities-

 

Medieval reading activity, 13.2 outline, picture analysis activity

 

Homework: Read ch. 13

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 2- 4/25

 

 Topic- Chapter 13.2

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13

 

Activities-

 

13.2 outline, picture analysis activity, 13.2 poster project

 

Homework: Read ch. 13

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3-4/26

 

 Topic- Chapter 13.2

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13.2

 

Activities-

 

13.2 terms, 13.2 outline, 13.2 group project

 

Homework: Read ch. 13.2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 4/27

 

 Topic- Chapter 13.2

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13.2

 

Activities-

 

13.2 terms, 13.2 outline, 13.2 group project

 

Homework: Read ch. 13.2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 4/28

 

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 

 Assignments-   Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 17, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 

 Homework: Study

 

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

 

Day 1- 4/24

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

 Day 2- 4/25

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 3- 4/26

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 4/27

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5/28

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

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Lessons-4/18-4-/21

Day 1- Tuesday 4/18

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14

 Assignments-   In class- 14.1+2 overview, Junior Scholastic Reading activity

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

 

Date: Wednesday 4/19

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14.3

 Assignments-   In class-14.3 terms, 14.3 mapping activity, Song Activity, 14.3 outline

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events

 

Date: Thursday 4/20

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 14.3

 Assignments-   In class- Underground Railroad Secondary Source Reading, 14.3 outline, 14.3 video

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events

 

 Date: Friday 4/20

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 16, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 4/18

Topic- Chapter 13.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13

Activities-

Thiel College Field Student Lesson

Homework: Read ch. 13

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 4/19

 Topic- Chapter 13.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13

Activities-

Medieval reading activity, 13.1 outline, picture analysis activity

Homework: Read ch. 13

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 3-4/20

 Topic- Chapter 13.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 13.2

Activities-

13.2 terms, 13.2 outline, 13.2 group project

Homework: Read ch. 13.2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 4- 4/21

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 13, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 4/18

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 4/19

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 4/20

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-4/21

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

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Lessons- 4/10-4/11

U.S. History

Day 1- Monday 4/10

Objectives- Pass the chapter 13 test

 Assignments-   In class-Chapter 13 Test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  PSSA Math next week

 

Day 1- Tuesday 4/11

Objectives- PSSA

 Assignments-   In class-Chapter 13 Test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  PSSA Math next week

 

World History

Day 1- 4/10

Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Today in History trivia + project presentations

Homework: Read ch. 13

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 4/11

 Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Guest teacher lesson, Chapter 13 reading and group work activities

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Aleks Math

Day 1- 4/10

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 4/11

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

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Lessons- 4/3-4/7

Day 1- Monday 4/3

Objectives- PSSA

 Assignments-   In class-PSSA exams

 Homework: Study Guide Friday

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

Date: Tuesday 4/4

Objectives- PSSA

 Assignments-   In class-PSSA exams

 Homework: Study Guide Friday

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

Date: Wednesday 4/5

Objectives- PSSA

 Assignments-   In class-PSSA exams

 Homework: Study Guide Friday

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 Date: Thursday 4/6

Objectives- PSSA

 Assignments-   In class-PSSA exams

 Homework: Study Guide Friday

 Upcoming Events-  None

 

 Date: Friday 4/7

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key events surrounding the Pioneer Movment West

 Assignments-   Donner Party Documentary, Study Guide check

 Homework: Study for test Monday

 Upcoming Events- PSSAs

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 4/3

Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Feudalism in Japan reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 4/4

 Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Feudalism in Japan reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 Day 3-4/5

 Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Japanese writing project

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 4- 4/6

Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Japanese writing activity

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 4/7

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 13, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 4/3

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 4/4

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 4/5

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-4/6

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-4/7

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

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Lessons- 3/27-3/31

Day 1- Monday 3/27

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 13.1

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 13.1 trails discussion/writing, 13.1 power-point

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events Friday

 

Date: Tuesday 3/28

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 13.2

 Assignments-   In class-13.2 outline, The Alamo Secondary Source Activity

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Current Events

 

Date: Wednesday 3/29

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 13.3

 Assignments-   In class- 13.3 outline, 13.3 “The War with Mexico” map + reading sheet

 Homework: Study Guide – Current Events

 

 Date: Thursday 3/30

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 13.4

 Assignments-   In class- Gold mining diagram + power point, California Gold Rush reading activity

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Current Events

 

 Date: Friday 3/31

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 13, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 3/27

Topic- Chapter 11 Quiz

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

Chapter 11 quiz

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 3/28

 Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Feudalism in Japan reading activity, outline notes

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 3-3/29

 Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Japanese writing project

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 4- 3/30

Topic- Chapter 12.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 12.4

Activities-

Japanese writing activity

Homework: Read ch. 12.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 3/31

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 13, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 3/27

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 3/28

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 3/29

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-3/30

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-3/31

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

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Lessons 3/21-3/24 

 

U.S. History Lessons

 Tuesday 3/21/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Chapter 11 quizzer

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Wednesday 3/22/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 11 documentary

 Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Thursday 3/23/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Chapter 12 overview, critical thinking questions with a partner,  Intro to the West discussion

 Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Friday 3/24/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   Chapter 11.3 Quizzer

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

World Civ.

 

Tuesday 3/21/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the rise of feudalism in Japan

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.1 art project

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 Wednesday 3/22/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the rise of feudalism in Japan

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.1 art project/presentations

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 Thursday 3/16/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the rise of feudalism in Japan

 Assignments-   In class- 11.1 reading sheet, 11.1 outline

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

Friday 3/24/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the current events in the world today

 Assignments-   Chapter 11.1+2 Quizzer

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Algebra 1

 Monday-Friday 3/21/2017-3/24/2017

Objectives- Students will reach the Spring Benchmark

 Assignments-   3 hours, 15 topics complete

 Upcoming Events- None

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Lessons 3/13-3/16

U.S. History Lessons

 Monday 3/13/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.1 outline, Mill questions, Mill Diagram, Current Events

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Tuesday 3/14/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.2 outline, African Spirituals discussion, Current Events

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Wednesday 3/15/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.3 outline, Erie Canal Reading, Current Events

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Thursday 3/16/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   Chapter 11.3 Quizzer

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Friday 3/17/2017

No school

 

Algebra 1

 Monday-Thursday 3/13/2017-3/16/2017

Objectives- Students will reach the Spring Benchmark

 Assignments-   3 hours, 15 topics complete

 Upcoming Events- None

 

World Civ. 1 Lessons

 

 Monday 3/13/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the rise of feudalism in Japan

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.3 reading sheet, 11.3 art project

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 Tuesday 3/14/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the rise of feudalism in Japan

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.3 art project

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 Wednesday 3/15/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the rise of feudalism in Japan

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.3 art project

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 Thursday 3/16/2017

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the rise of feudalism in Japan

 Assignments-   In class- 11.3 art project presentations + quizzer

Homework- Quiz Thursday

 Upcoming Events- None

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Lessons- 3/6-3/10

Day 1- Monday 3/6

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 10 review

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Test Wednesday, Spring Challenge Round 7

 

Date: Tuesday 3/7

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 Assignments-   In class-Today in history challenge

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Test Wednesday, Spring Challenge Round 7

 

Date: Wednesday 3/8

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 10 test

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 7

 

 Date: Thursday 3/9

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 10 documentary and critical thinking questions

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 7

 

 Date: Friday 3/10

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 6, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 3/6

Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

Project presentations, 10.1 outline

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 3/7

 Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

10.2 overview, 10.2 reading sheet, 10.2 outline

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3-3/8

 Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

10.2 secondary source activity, 10.2 outline, 10.2 critical thinking activity

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 3/9

 Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

10.3 overview, 10.3 reading sheet, 10.3 outline

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 3/10

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 6, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 3/6

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 3/7

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 3/8

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-3/9

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-3/10

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

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Lessons- 2/27-3/3

Day 1- Monday 2/27

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10.2

 Assignments-   In class- Western map activity, wilderness survival discussion, 10.2 outline, CNN 10

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 6

 

Date: Tuesday 2/28

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10.3

 Assignments-   In class- War of 1812 discussion activity, 10.3 outline, 10.3 secondary source activity

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 6

 

Date: Wednesday 3/1

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10.3

 Assignments-   In class- War of 1812 map activity, 10.3 outline notes, 10.3 secondary source, Study Guide review

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 5

 

 Date: Thursday 3/2

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 Assignments-   In class- Junior Scholastic- Connecting to Today reading activity

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 5

 

 Date: Friday 3/3

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 6, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 2/27

Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

Review Quiz, 10.1 overview, 10.1 reading sheet, 10.1 outline

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 2/28

 Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

10.2 overview, 10.2 reading sheet, 10.2 outline

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3-3/1

 Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

10.2 secondary source activity, 10.2 outline, 10.2 critical thinking activity

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 3/2

 Topic- Origins of Islam

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 10

Activities-

10.3 overview, 10.3 reading sheet, 10.3 outline

Homework: Read ch. 10

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 3/3

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 6, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 2/27

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 2/28

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 3/1

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-3/2

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-3/3

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

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Lessons- 2/21-2/25

 

Day 1- Monday 2/21

 

No school 

 

Date: Tuesday 2/22

 

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 

 Assignments-   In class- Western map activity, wilderness survival discussion

 

 Homework: Study Guide

 

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 5

 

 

 

Date: Wednesday 2/23

 

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 10 overview activity, 10.2 outline notes, 10.2 secondary source

 

 Homework: Study Guide

 

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 5

 

 

 

 Date: Thursday 2/24

 

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 10

 

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 10 overview activity, 10.2 outline notes, 10.2 questions with a partner, 10.2 connect to today questions

 

 Homework: Study Guide

 

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Date: Friday 2/25

 

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 

 Assignments-   Spring Challenge Round 5, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 

 Homework: Study

 

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

 

 World Civ.

 

Day 1- 2/21

 

No school

 

Day 2- 2/22

 

Topic- Societies of the Americas

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 9

 

Activities-

 

Chapter 9.2 reading activity/discussion

 

Homework: Read ch. 9

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 3-2/23

 

Topic- Societies of the Americas

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 9

 

Activities-

 

Chapter 9.2 reading activity/discussion

 

Homework: Read ch. 9

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 4- 2/24

 

Topic- Societies of the Americas

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 9

 

Activities-

 

Chapter 9.3 reading activity/discussion

 

Homework: Read ch. 9

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 


Day 5- 2/17

 

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 3, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 

 Homework: Study

 

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

 

Day 1- 2/21

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

 Day 2- 2/22

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 3- 2/23

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 4-2/24

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 5-2/25

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

 

 

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Lessons- 2/13-2/17

Day 1- Monday 2/13

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 9

 Assignments-   In class- Judicial Branch notes, Supreme Court Cases activity, Junior Scholastic article

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 4

 

Date: Tuesday 2/14

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 9

 Assignments-   In class Legislative Branch Notes, Bill to Law video, Strange laws in the U.S. discussion, Law making activity

 Homework:Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 4

 

 

Date: Wednesday 2/15

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions dealing with the executive branch

 Assignments-   In class- Secondary Source activity, Executive Branch notes, Study Guide Review

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 4

 

 Date: Thursday 2/16

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key concepts dealing with the chapter 9

 Assignments-   In class- Today in History, Study Guide Review

 Homework: Study Guide

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 

 Date: Friday 2/17

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Chapter 9 test

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 2/13

Topic- Societies of Africa

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 8.2

Activities-

Chapter 8.2 reading activity/discussion

Homework: Read ch. 8

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 2/14

Topic- Societies of the Americas

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 9

Activities-

Introduction to chapter 9 activity, 9.1 outline, 9.1 map activity

Homework: Read ch. 9

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3-2/15

Topic- Societies of the Americas

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 9

Activities-

Introduction to chapter 9 activity, 9.2 outline, 9.2 map activity

Homework: Read ch. 9

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 4- 2/16

Topic- Societies of the Americas

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 9.2

Activities-

Introduction to chapter 9.2 activity, 9.2 outline, 9.2 map activity

Homework: Read ch. 9.2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 2/17

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 3, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 2/13

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 2/14

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 2/15

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-2/16

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-2/17

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

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Lessons- 2/6-2/10

Day 1- Monday 2/6

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 9

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 9 overview, mapping work with a partner, overview of the three branches

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 4

 

Date: Tuesday 2/7

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 9.1

 Assignments-   In class- 9.1 outline, presidential elections discussion, quick look at the 2001 electoral map

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 4

 

 

Date: Wednesday 2/8

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions dealing with the judicial branch

 Assignments-   In class- Supreme Court cases review, Court cases slideshow, CSI discussion with a partner

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Spring Challenge Round 4

 

 Date: Thursday 2/9

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key concepts dealing with the legislative branch

 Assignments-   In class- Strange laws in the U.S. discussion with a partner, Legislative Branch outline, Connecting to today discussion

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 

 Date: Friday 2/10

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Spring Challenge Round 3, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 World Civ.

Day 1- 2/6

Topic- Societies of Africa

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 8.1+2

Activities-

Chapter 8.1+2 outline, African tribal masks project

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 2/7

Topic- Societies of Africa

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 8.2

Activities-

Database on African societies + questions, 8.2 outline, tribal mask project

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3-2/8

Topic- 8.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 8.3

Activities-

Tribal masks awards presentation, 8.3 outline, 8.3 map, Chapter 8 review sheet

Homework: Read ch. 8

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 2/9

Topic- Chapter 8.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 8

Activities-

Review for quizzer, Current Events activity with a partner

Homework: Read ch. 8

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 2/10

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 3, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 2/6

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 2/7

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 2/8

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-2/9

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-2/10

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 1/30-2/3

Day 1- Monday 1/30

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 8 study guide check, study guide review, primary source writing activity

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

Date: Tuesday 1/31

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8.2

 Assignments-   In class- Study Guide review, Today in History

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 

Date: Wednesday 2/1

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 8 test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 Date: Thursday 2/2

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8.3

 Assignments-   In class- Chapter 8 Documentary

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 

 Date: Friday 2/3

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Spring Challenge Round 2, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 1/30

Topic- The legacy of Rome

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 movie

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 1/31

Topic- 6.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 movie

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3-2/1

Topic- 8.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 8

Activities-

Recapping last week’s discussions on Africa, 8.1-2 reading sheets, Tribal Mask project

Homework: Read ch. 8

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 2/2

Topic- Chapter 8.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 8

Activities-

8.2-3 reading activity, tribal mask music, Nok tribal music analysis

Homework: Read ch. 8

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 2/3

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 2, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 1/30

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 1/31

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 2/1

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-2/2

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-2/3

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 1/23-1/27

Day 1- Monday 1/23

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8.1

 Assignments-   In class- 8.1 terms, Secondary Source- Alexander Hamilton, Political Parties discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

Date: Tuesday 1/24

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8.2

 Assignments-   In class- 8.2 terms, Secondary Source- Alexander Hamilton, 8.2 outline, CNN 10

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 

Date: Wednesday 1/25

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8.2

 Assignments-   In class- 8.2 terms, 8.2 Critical thinking with a partner, World governments reading article,  8.2 outline, CNN 10

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 Date: Thursday 1/26

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8.3

 Assignments-   In class- 8.3 terms, Secondary Source- Alexander Hamilton, 8.3 outline, CNN 10

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 2

 

 

 Date: Friday 1/27

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Spring Challenge Round 2, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 1/23

Topic- 6.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 movie

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 1/24

Topic- 6.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 movie

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 1/26

Topic- 6.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 movie

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 1/27

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

8.1 mapping activity, tribal mask activity, 8.1 reading sheet

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 1/28

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Quizzer, Spring Challenge Round 2, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 1/23

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 1/24

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 1/25

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-1/26

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-1/27

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 1/16-1/20

Day 1- Monday 1/16

No school 

 

Date: Tuesday 1/17

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7.4

 Assignments-   In class-Revolutionary War overview, critical thinking questions with a partner, Current Events discussion, CNN10

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 1

 

Date: Wednesday 1/18

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8

 Assignments-   In class-Chapter 8 pretest

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 1

 

 Date: Thursday 1/19

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 8.1

 Assignments-   In class- 8.1 terms, Secondary Source- Alexander Hamilton, Political Parties discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events-  Spring Challenge Round 1

 

 

 Date: Friday 1/20

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-  Spring Challenge Round 1, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 1/16

No school

Day 2- 1/17

Topic- 6.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.5 discussion, 6.5 terms/map, 6.5 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 1/18

Topic- 6.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.5 discussion, 6.5 terms/map, 6.5 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 1/19

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Gladiator Movie+ discussion

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 


Day 5- 1/20

Topic- 6.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6.5 Quizzer, Gladiator Movie+ discussion

Homework: Read ch.8

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 1/16

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 1/17

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 1/18

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-1/19

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-1/20

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 1/10-1/15

Day 1- Monday 1/10

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7.1

 Assignments-   In class-Test review activity as a class, CNN 10

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Study Guide Due today

 

 

Date: Tuesday 1/11

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7

 Assignments-   In class- Today in history challenge

 Homework: Study for the test

 Upcoming Events- Test Wednesday

 

 

Date: Wednesday 1/12

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7

 Assignments-   In class- Test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 18

 

 Date: Thursday 1/13

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7

 Assignments-   In class- Test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 18

 

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 Date: Friday 1/14

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Trivia challenge round 18, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 1/10/2017

Topic- 6.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.3 discussion, 6.3 terms/map, 6.3 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 1/11/2017

Topic- 6.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.3 discussion, 6.3 terms/map, 6.3 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 1/12/2017

Topic- 6.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.4 discussion, 6.4 treasure hunt, 6.4 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 1/13/2017

Topic- 6.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.4

Activities-

6.4 discussion, 6.4 treasure hunt, 6.4 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 1/14/2017

Topic- 6.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 quiz, Current Events Championship Round

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 1/10/2017

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 1/11/2017

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 1/12/2017

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-1/13/2017

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5-1/14/2017

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

_____________________________________________________________________________________

 

Lessons- 1/3-1/6

Day 1- Monday 1/3

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7.1

 Assignments-   In class-Britain’s Northern Strategy Map, Critical thinking with a partner,  7.1 outline, Current Events discussion

 Homework: Chapter 7 Study Guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Date: Tuesday 1/4

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7.2

 Assignments-   In class-7.2 terms, 7.2 comparison chart and secondary source,  7.2 outline, Before we go critical thinking questions, CNN Student News

 Homework: Chapter 7 Study Guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

Date: Wednesday 1/5

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7.3

 Assignments-   In class-7.3 terms, 7.3 comparison chart and secondary source,  7.3 outline, Before we go critical thinking questions, CNN Student News

 Homework: Chapter 7 Study Guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 Date: Thursday 1/6

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key conceptions in chapter 7.4

 Assignments-   In class-7.4 terms, 7.4 comparison chart and secondary source,  7.4 outline, Before we go critical thinking questions, CNN Student News

 Homework: Chapter 7 Study Guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 Date: Friday 1/7

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key current events in the world this week

 Assignments-   Trivia challenge round 17, Earthweek news discussion, CNN 10

 Homework: Study

 Upcoming Events- Test next Wednesday

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 1/3/2016

Topic- 6.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.2 discussion, 6.2 terms/map, 6.2 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 1/4/2016

Topic- 6.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.3 discussion, 6.3 terms/map, 6.3 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 1/5/2016

Topic- 6.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.3 discussion, 6.3 treasure hunt, 6.3 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 1/6/2016

Topic- 6.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 Quizzer, Round 17 current events challenge

Homework: Read ch.8

Upcoming events: Quiz  next Friday

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 1/3/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 1/4/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 1/5/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-1/6/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

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Lessons- 12/19-12/21

Day 1- Monday 12/19

Objectives- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to the signing of Declaration of Independence

 Assignments-   In class- Primary Source Activity, Begin Christmas Movie!

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

Date: Tuesday 12/20

 Objectives- Students will enjoy the holiday season!

 Assignments-   In class-Christmas movie!

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

Date: Wednesday 12/21

 Objectives- Students will enjoy the holiday season!

 Assignments-   In class-Christmas movie!

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 12/19/2016

Topic- 6.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Review Ancient Rome Quizzer, Begin Christmas movie

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 12/20/2016

Topic- Development of Rome

Objectives-

-Students will enjoy the holiday season!

Activities-

Christmas movie!

Homework: None

Upcoming events: Christmas Break!

 

Day 3- 12/21/2016

Topic- Development of Rome

Objectives-

-Students will enjoy the holiday season!

Activities-

Christmas movie!

Homework: None

Upcoming events: Christmas Break!

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 12/19/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 12/20/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 12/21/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

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Lessons- 12/12-12/16

Day 1- Monday 12/12

Objectives- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to the signing of Declaration of Independence

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, primary source analysis, Finish documentary “The Rise of the Patriots”, documentary questions as a class, Introduction to chapter 7

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

Date: Tuesday 12/13

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the British military strategy to take the Hudson River Valley and will be able to describe the results

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, history through art analysis, 7.1 outline, critical thinking questions with a partner

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date: Wednesday 12/14

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to describe the historical events leading up to the battle of Trenton.

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, George Washington Trenton Painting analysis, poetry reading, 7.1 power-point, critical thinking questions

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

 Date: Thursday 12/15

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to describe the historical events leading up to the battle of Trenton.

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, quote analysis, battle map analysis, critical thinking question with a partner, 7.2 outline,  brief video clip “The Battle of Trenton”

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

 Date: Friday 12/16

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to identify the current events that happened in the world this week

 Assignments-   In class- Earthweek Newsletter reading, News Headlines, Debating the issues writing assignment, World Events Reading, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for the test

 Upcoming Events- Test Next Wednesday

 

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 12/12/2016

Topic- 6.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.1 critical thinking, 6.1 outline

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 12/13/2016

Topic- Development of Rome

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.1 Secondary Source analysis, 6.1 reading activity+ discussion

Homework: Read Ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 12/14/2016

Topic- Rome Expands

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.2 reading sheet with a partner, 6.2 outline, 6.2 Key terms overview

 

Homework: Read ch.6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-12/15/2016

Topic- Chapter 6.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.3

Activities-

Pyramid Project Workshop

Homework: Read ch.6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 12/16/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, current events discussion

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 12/12/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 12/13/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 12/14/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-12/15/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 12/16/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 12/5-12/9

U.S. History

Day 1- 12/5/2016

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Today and History Trivia Challenge as a class, current events discussion

Homework: Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 2- 12/6/2016

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Chapter 6 test

Homework: None

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 3- 12/7/2016

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Video “Rise of the Patriots”- Video critical thinking questions discussion as a class

Homework:  Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

 Day 4-12/8/2016

Topic- Chapter 7

Objectives-

-Review concepts in Ch. 7

 Activities-

Gathering Knowledge- Work with a partner to assess prior knowledge of content,  secondary source activity.

Homework: Study Guide

Upcoming events:  Current Events tomorrow

 

Day 5- 12/9/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 12, CNN

Homework: Chapter 6 Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events

 

 

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 12/5/2016

Topic- 5.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

Activities-

Hellenistic culture activity with a partner

Homework: Read ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 12/6/2016

Topic- Development of Rome

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.1 Secondary Source analysis, 6.1 reading activity+ discussion

Homework: Read Ch. 6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 12/7/2016

Topic- Rome Expands

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

6.2 reading sheet with a partner, 6.2 outline, 6.2 Key terms overview

 

Homework: Read ch.6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-12/8/2016

Topic- Chapter 6.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.3

Activities-

Pyramid Project Workshop

Homework: Read ch.6

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 12/9/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, current events discussion

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 12/5/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 12/6/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 12/7/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-12/8/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 12/9/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 11/28-12/2

U.S. History

11/28/2016

No school

 

Day 1- 11/29/2016

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.3

Activities-

6.3 Critical thinking questions/discussion, 6.3 outline, 6.3 story analysis, current events discussion

Homework: Study Guide due Thursday

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 2- 11/30/2016

Topic- Chapter 6.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.4

Activities-

6.4 Primary source, 6.4 outline, 6.4 overview discussion, current events discussion

Homework: Study Guide due Thursday

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 3- 12/1/2016

Topic- Chapter 6 Review

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6

Activities-

Study guide review activity as a class

Homework:  Study Guide due today

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday, Test this Tuesday

 

 Day 4-12/2/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 13, CNN

Homework: Chapter 6 Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events

 

 

World Civ.

Day 1- 11/28/2016

No school 

Day 2- 11/29/2016

Topic- Greek Culture

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5.3

Activities-

5.3 Secondary Source analysis, 5.3 reading activity+ discussion

Homework: Read ch. 5.3-4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 11/30/2016

Topic- Greek military Advances

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

Activities-

5.4 reading sheet with a partner, 5.4 outline, 5.4 Key terms overview

 

Homework: Read ch. 5.4-5

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-12/1/2016

Topic- Chapter 5.5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5.5

Activities-

5.5 reading sheet with a partner, 5.5 outline, 5.5 Key terms overview

Homework: Read ch. 5, work on pyramids, Pyramids due Next Thursday

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 11/18/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

5.3-5 Quiz, Current Events, Pyramids workshop

Homework: Pyramids due next Thursday

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday, Read Chapter 6

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 11/28/2016

No school 

 Day 2- 11/29/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 11/30/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-12/1/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 12/2/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons 11/21-11/22

 

11-21 --- 11-22 Lessons

U.S.

Monday 11-21

1.)    Topic 6.2

2.)    Activities- 6.2 primary source “Identifying Bias”, 6.2-3 outline, 6.3 politics of the colonies discussion

3.)    Homework: chapter 6 study guide

 

Tuesday 11-22

1.)    Topic Current Events

2.)    Activities- Thanksgiving Documentary/Discussion/Current Events

3.)    Homework: chapter 6 study guide

 

World

Monday 11-21

1.)    Topic 5.3

2.)    Activities- 5.3 outline, 5.3 terms, 5.3 critical thinking questions

3.)    Homework- Read 5.3-5

 

Tuesday 11-21

1.)    Topic 5.3

2.)    Activities- 5.3 outline, 5.3 terms, 5.3 critical thinking questions

3.)    Homework- Read 5.3-5

 

Alg. 1 Rec

Monday and Tuesday

1.)    Aleks- 15 topics 3 hours

2.)    Homework- Aleks program over break

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Lessons- 11/14-11/18

U.S. History

Day 1- 11/14/2016

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.1

Activities-

Politics of trade discussion, primary source review, map discussion, 6.1 outline

Homework: Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 2- 11/15/2016

Topic- Chapter 6.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.1

Activities-

6.1 secondary source, 6.1 outline, 6.1 overview discussion, current events discussion

Homework: Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 3- 11/16/2016

Topic- 6.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 6.2

Activities-

6.2 overview, 6.2  map, 6.2 primary source, 6.2 outline, current events discussion

Homework:  Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

 Day 4-11/17/2016

Topic- 3

Objectives-

-Review concepts in Ch.6.2

Activities-

6.2 outline discussion, 6.2 map, 6.2 secondary source, 6.2 video

Homework: Study Guide

Upcoming events:  Current Events tomorrow

 

 

Day 5- 11/18/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 12, CNN

Homework: Chapter 6 Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events

 

 

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 11/14/2016

Topic- 5.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

Activities-

5.1 outline+5.1 primary source activity

Homework: Read ch. 5.1-4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 11/15/2016

Topic- Greek Culture

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

Activities-

5.1-2 Secondary Source analysis, 5.1 reading activity+ discussion

Homework: Read ch. 5

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 11/16/2016

Topic- Greek military Advances

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

Activities-

5.2 reading sheet with a partner, 5.2 outline, 5.2 Key terms overview

 

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-11/17/2016

Topic- Chapter 4.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.1

Activities-

Pyramid Project Workshop

Homework: Read ch. 5, work on pyramids

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 11/18/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

4.2-3 Quiz, Current Events, Pyramids workshop

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 11/14/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 11/15/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 11/16/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-11/17/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 11/18/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 11/7-11/11

 

U.S. History

 

Day 1- 11/7/2016

 

Topic- Chapter 5

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

 

Activities-

 

Today in History Review Trivia

 

Homework: Study Guide

 

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

 

 

Day 2- 11/8/2016

 

Topic- Chapter 5

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

 

Activities-

 

Chapter 5 Test

 

Homework: Study Guide

 

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

 

 

Day 3- 11/9/2016

 

Topic- North American Geography

 

Objectives-

 

-Master basic geography knowledge and skills

 

Activities-

 

North America Documentary- Part II- Critical thinking questions discussion

 

Homework: None

 

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

 

 

 Day 4-11/10/2016

 

Topic- 3

 

Objectives-

 

-Review concepts in Ch.6

 

Activities-

 

Collecting knowledge, chapter 6 mapping activity

 

Homework: Study Guide

 

Upcoming events:  Current Events tomorrow

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 11/11/2016

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

 

Activities-

 

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 11, CNN

 

Homework: Chapter 6 Study Guide

 

Upcoming events: Current Events Next wee

 

 

 

 

 

World Civ.

 

Week 1

 

Day 1- 11/7/2016

 

Topic- 3.4

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

 

Activities-

 

5.1 outline+5.1 primary source activity

 

Homework: Read ch. 5.1-4

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 2- 11/8/2016

 

Topic- Greek Culture

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

 

Activities-

 

5.1-2 Secondary Source analysis, 5.1 reading activity+ discussion

 

Homework: Read ch. 5

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 3- 11/9/2016

 

Topic- Greek military Advances

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5

 

Activities-

 

5.2 reading sheet with a partner, 5.2 outline, 5.2 Key terms overview

 

 

 

Homework: Read ch. 4

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 4-11/10/2016

 

Topic- Chapter 4.1

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.1

 

Activities-

 

Pyramid Project Workshop

 

Homework: Read ch. 5, work on pyramids

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 5- 11/11/2016

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

 

Activities-

 

4.2-3 Quiz, Current Events, Pyramids workshop

 

Homework: study guide

 

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

 

 

Algebra 1

 

Day 1- 11/7/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

 Day 2- 11/8/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 3- 11/9/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 4-11/10/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 5- 11/11/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

3 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

 

 

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Lessons 10-31- 11-4

 

U.S. History

 

Monday - 10-31-2016

Topic- Navigation Acts and the Glorious Revolution

Objectives- Master topics in 5.2

Activities- Comprehensive review, terms discussion, art analysis, 5.2 outline, current events discussion

Upcoming Events- test next Tuesday

Homewor: Study Guide due Thursday

 

Tuesday- 11-1-2016

Topic- French and Indian War

Objective- Master topics in 5.3

Activities- 5.3 terms discussion, battlefield strategies discussion, 5.3 outline, art anaylysis, current events discssion

Upcoming Events - test Next Tuesday

HW: Study guide due Thursday

 

Wednesday- 11-2-2016

Topic- French and Indian War

Objective- Master topics in 5.3

Activities- Battle map activity, 5.3 outline, primary source analysis

Upcoming Events- Test next Tuesday

HW: Study Guide due Thursday

 

Thursday 11-3- 2016

Topic- Pirates and Study Guide Review

Objectives- Master topics in 4.1 and review study guide

Activities- Study guide check/review, Pirates of the Carribean discussion, Pirate ship project

HW: Test Tuesday

Upcoming Events- Current Events tomorrow

 

Friday 11-4-2016

Topic: Current Events

Objectives- Review world and U.S. current events

Acitivites- Earthweek discussion, Current Events trivia Round 10

HW: Test Tuesday

Upcoming Events- Thanksgiving break- end of month!!

 

 

World History

Monday 10-31-2016

Topic- Assyria

Objectives- Master topics in 4.1-2

Activities- Review 4.1 quiz, 4.2 outline, 4.2 reading sheet

Upcoming events- Pyramid project workday Thursday

HW- Get pyramid building supplies

 

Tuesday 11-1-2016

Topic- Assyria

Objectives- Master topics in 4.2-3

Activities- Review 4.2 reading sheet, 4.3 primary source, 4.3 reading sheet individual

Upcoming Events- Building day Thursday

HW- Get project building supplies

 

 

Wednesday 11-2-2016

Topic- Persia

Objective- Master topics in 4.3

Activities- Review 4.3 reading sheet, 4.4 primary source, 4.4 picture analysis

Upcoming Events -Building day tomorrow

HW- Get project building supplies

 

Thursday- 11-3-2016

Topic- Egyptian Pyramids

Objective- Get a good start on the pyramid project

Acitivities- Explain project, troubleshoot ideas, begin working/drawing diagrams

Upcoming Events- Current Events

HW- Read 4.2-3 for Friday quizzer

 

Friday 11-4-2016

Topic- Quiz and Current Events

Objective- Become familiar with world and U.S. current events

Activities- Quiz, Current Events round 10

Upcoming Events- Thanksgiving break!!

HW- Read chapter 4.4

 

 Algebra 1 Recitation

10-31 -- 11-4

Monday- Friday

Topic- Keystone Algebra 1 CORE Standards

Objective- 3 hours of Aleks math and 15 topics passed

Acitivites- Aleks

Upcoming Events- Winter Benchmark- TBA

HW- Time and topics

 

 

Lessons- 10/24-10/28

U.S. History

Day 1- 10/24/2016

Topic- Chapter 4-5

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.3-5.1

Activities-

4.3 pirates of the Caribbean discussion, 5.1 terms review + primary source

Homework: Test in two weeks, Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 2- 10/25/2016

Topic- Chapter 3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.3-5.1

Activities-

5.1 outline, 5.1 picture analysis, 5.2 terms review, 5.2 mapping activity

Homework: Test in two weeks, Study Guide

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 3- 10/26/2016

Topic- Chapter 5.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 5.2

Activities-

5.2 primary source, 5.2 think –pair-share, 5.2 outline

Homework: Study Guide

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

 Day 4-10/27/2016

Topic- 3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch.5

Activities-

5.3 French and Indian War Map, Battlefield tactics discussion, 5.3 painting analysis, 5.3 outline

Homework: Study Guide

Upcoming events:  Current Events tomorrow

 

 

Day 5- 10/28/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 8, CNN

Homework: None

Upcoming events: None

 

 

 Lessons- 10/24-10/28

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 10/24/2016

Topic- 3.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.2-3

Activities-

3.4 outline+3.4 primary source activity

Homework: Read ch. 3.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 10/25/2016

Topic- Judaism Then and Today

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3

Activities-

Comparing religions chart activity with a partner

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 10/26/2016

Topic- Civilization’s Grow

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.1

Activities-

Finish religions chart, presentations, 4.1 gathering knowledge discussion/outline

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-10/27/2016

Topic- Chapter 4.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.1

Activities-

4.1 primary source, 4.1 outline, 4.1 painting analysis, recapping civilizations discussion

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 10/28/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 8

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 10/24/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 10/25/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 10/26/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-10/26/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 10/27/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

3 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Lessons- 10/17-10/21

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 10/17/2016

Topic- Chapter 3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3

Activities-

Chapter 3 Study Guide Review, Study Guide Check

Homework: Test Wednesday

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 2- 10/18/2016

Topic- Chapter 3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3

Activities-

Chapter 3 Study Guide Review, TODAY IN HISTORY CHALLENGE

Homework: Test Wednesday

Upcoming events: Current Events Friday

 

Day 3- 10/19/2016

Topic- Chapter 3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3

Activities-

Chapter 3 Test

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

 Day 4-10/20/2016

Topic- 3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3

Activities-

Chapter 3 Documentary

Homework: None

Upcoming events:  Current Events tomorrow

 

 

Day 5- 10/21/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 7, CNN

Homework: None

Upcoming events: None

 

 

 Lessons- 10/10-10/14

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 10/17/2016

Topic- 3.2+3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.2-3

Activities-

3.2-3 Quizzer, Current Events Round 6

Homework: Read ch. 3.4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 10/18/2016

Topic- Judaism Then and Today

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3

Activities-

3.3 map analysis, 3.3 think-pair-share, 3.3 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 10/19/2016

Topic- Civilization’s Grow

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.4

Activities-

3.4 map analysis, 3.4 primary source

Homework: Read ch. 4

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-10/20/2016

Topic- Chapter 4.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 4.1

Activities-

Papyrus Scrolls Activity

 

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 10/21/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 6, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 10/17/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 Day 2- 10/18/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 10/19/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-10/20/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 10/21/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

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Lessons- 10/10-10/14

 

Lessons- 10/10-10/14

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 10/10/2016

No school 

Day 2- 10/11/2016

Topic- 3.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.2- Early Colonial America

Activities-

3.2 map analysis, 3.2 primary source, 3.2 outline, Current Events discussion

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next week

 

Day 3- 10/12/2016

Topic- 3.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3- Southern Colonies

Activities-

3.3 map analysis, 3.3 primary source, 3.3 outline,

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

 

 

 Day 4-10/13/2016

Topic- 3.4

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.4- The Middle Colonies

Activities-

3.4 map analysis, 3.4 primary source, 3.4 outline,

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

 

Day 5- 10/14/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 6, CNN

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 3 Test Next Friday

 

 

 Lessons- 10/10-10/14

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 10/10/2016

Topic- Hinduism and Buddhism develop

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3

Activities-

3.3 map analysis, 3.3 think-pair-share, 3.3 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 10/11/2016

Topic- Judaism Then and Today

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3

Activities-

3.3 map analysis, 3.3 think-pair-share, 3.3 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 10/12/2016

Topic- Civilization’s Grow

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3

Activities-

3.3 map analysis, 3.3 think-pair-share, 3.3 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-10/13/2016

Topic- Chapter 3 Review- Today in History Trivia

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3

Activities-

-Today in History Trivia

-Papyrus Scrolls Activity

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 10/14/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 6, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 10/10/2016

No school

 

 Day 2- 10/11/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 10/12/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-10/13/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 10/14/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

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Lessons- 10/3-10/7

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 10/3/2016

Topic- 3.1

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.1- Early Colonies Have Mixed Success

Activities-

3.1 map analysis, 3.1 primary source, 3.1 outline, 3.1 critical thinking questions with a partner

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

Day 2- 10/4/2016

Topic- 3.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.2- Early Colonial America

Activities-

3.2 map analysis, 3.2 primary source, 3.2 outline, Video: “The First Thanksgiving”

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

Day 3- 10/5/2016

Topic- 3.2

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.2- Early Colonial America

Activities-

Salem Witch Trials Secondary Source Analysis, Discuss Reading Questions, Brief 3.2 video

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

 

 Day 4-10/6/2016

Topic- 3.3

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.3- Southern Colonies

Activities-

3.3 map analysis, 3.3 primary source, 3.3 outline,

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test Next Friday

 

 

Day 5- 10/7/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 3, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 3 Test Next Friday

 

 

 Lessons- 10/3-10/7

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 10/3/2016

Topic- Civilization in China

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.4

Activities-

2.4 map analysis, 2.4 think-pair-share, 2.4 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 10/4/2016

Topic- Indo-European Migrations

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.1

Activities-

3.1 map analysis, 3.1 think-pair-share, 3.1 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 10/5/2016

Topic- Civilization’s Grow

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.2

Activities-

3.2 map analysis, 3.2 think-pair-share, 3.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4-10/6/2016

Topic- Civilization’s Grow

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.2

Activities-

3.2 map analysis, 3.2 think-pair-share, 3.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

Day 5- 10/7/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 4, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 10/3/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 Day 2- 10/4/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 10/5/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-10/6/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 10/7/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

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Lessons- 9/26-9/30

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 9/26/2016

Topic- Test Review

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

Activities-

Today in History Trivia Challenge

Homework: None

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test Tuesday

 

Day 2- 9/27/2016

Topic- Ch. 2 Test

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.3

Activities-

Chapter 2 Test

Homework: None

Upcoming events: Current Events Round 4 Friday

 

Day 3- 9/28/2016

Topic- Colonial America

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.3

Activities-

3.1 picture analysis and primary source, 3.1 discussion as a class,  current events review “The Political Debate #1”

Homework: study guide for chapter 3

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test

 

 Day 4- 9/29/2016

Topic- Colonial America

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2

Activities-

3.1 worksheet with a partner, 3.1 comprehensive review, Around the world map challenge

Homework: study guide, study for test

Upcoming events: chapter 3 test

 

Day 5- 9/30/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 3, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test- Tuesday

 

 

 Lessons- 9/26-9/30

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 9/19/2016

Topic- Civilization in India

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.3

Activities-

2.3 map analysis, 2.3 think-pair-share, 2.3 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 9/20/2016

Topic- Civilization in China

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.4

Activities-

2.4 map analysis, 2.4 think-pair-share, 2.4 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 9/21/2016

Topic- Civilization’s Grow

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 3.1

Activities-

3.1 map analysis, 3.1 think-pair-share, 3.1 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 9/22/2016

Topic- Civilization in India and China

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.3-4- 3.1

Activities-

3.1 map analysis, 3.1 think-pair-share, 3.1 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 3

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 9/23/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 4, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 9/26/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 Day 2- 9/27/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 9/28/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-9/29/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 9/30/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

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 Lessons 2016-17

 

 

Lessons- 9/19-9/23

 

U.S. History

 

Week 1

 

Day 1- 9/12/2016

 

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

 

Activities-

 

2.2 picture analysis and primary source, 2.2 discussion as a class, 2.2 outline, current events review

 

Homework: study guide

 

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test Next Tuesday

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/20/2016

 

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.3

 

Activities-

 

2.3 picture analysis and primary source, 2.3 discussion as a class, 2.3 outline, current events review

 

Homework: study guide

 

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test next Tuesday

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/21/2016

 

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.3

 

Activities-

 

2.3 picture analysis and primary source, 2.3 discussion as a class, 2.3 outline, current events review

 

Homework: study guide

 

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test

 

 

 

 Day 4- 9/22/2016

 

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2

 

Activities-

 

Review study guide as a class, current events/election 2016 discussion, check study guide for points

 

Homework: study guide, study for test

 

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/23/2016

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

 

Activities-

 

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 3, North America: Top 10

 

Homework: study guide

 

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test- Tuesday

 

 

 

 

 

 Lessons- 9/19-9/23

 

World Civ.

 

Week 1

 

Day 1- 9/19/2016

 

Topic- Civilization in Egypt

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

 

Activities-

 

2.2 map analysis, 2.2 think-pair-share, 2.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

 

Homework: Read ch. 2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/20/2016

 

Topic- Civilization in Egypt

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

 

Activities-

 

2.2 map analysis, 2.2 think-pair-share, 2.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

 

Homework: Read ch. 2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/21/2016

 

Topic- Civilization in Egypt

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

 

Activities-

 

2.2 map analysis, 2.2 think-pair-share, 2.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

 

Homework: Read ch. 2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/22/2016

 

Topic- Civilization in India and China

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.3-4

 

Activities-

 

2.3 map analysis, 2.3 think-pair-share, 2.3-4 outline- Small group work- current events review

 

Homework: Read ch. 2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/23/2016

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

 

Activities-

 

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 3, North America: Top 10

 

Homework: study guide

 

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

 

Day 1- 9/19/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 2- 9/20/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/21/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 4-9/22/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/23/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

-          Aleks Math Program

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                Time and Topics

 

 

 

 

 

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Lessons- 9/12-9/16

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 9/12/2016

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.1

Activities-

2.1 picture analysis and primary source, 2.1 discussion as a class, 2.1 outline, current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test

 

Day 2- 9/13/2016

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.1

Activities-

2.1 picture analysis and primary source, 2.1 discussion as a class, 2.1 outline, current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test

 

Day 3- 9/14/2016

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

Activities-

2.2 picture analysis and primary source, 2.2 discussion as a class, 2.2 outline, current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test

 

 Day 4- 9/15/2016

Topic- European Conflict/Exploration

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

Activities-

2.2 picture analysis and primary source, 2.2 discussion as a class, 2.2 outline, current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test

 

Day 5- 8/31/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 2, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 2 test-

 

 

 Lessons- 9/12-9/16

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 9/12/2016

Topic- Civilization in Egypt

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

Activities-

2.2 map analysis, 2.2 think-pair-share, 2.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 9/13/2016

Topic- Civilization in Egypt

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

Activities-

2.2 map analysis, 2.2 think-pair-share, 2.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 9/14/2016

Topic- Civilization in Egypt

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

Activities-

2.2 map analysis, 2.2 think-pair-share, 2.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 9/15/2016

Topic- Civilization in Egypt

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2.2

Activities-

2.2 map analysis, 2.2 think-pair-share, 2.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 2

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 9/16/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 3, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: Quiz next Friday

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 9/12/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

 Day 2- 9/13/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 3- 9/14/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 4-9/15/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

Day 5- 9/16/2016

 Topic- Aleks

Objectives-

2 hours, 15 topics

Activities-

-          Aleks Math Program

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                Time and Topics

 

 

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Lessons- 9/6-9/9

 

 

 

U.S. History

 

Day 1- 9/6/2016

 

Topic- Ch. 1 Review

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1

 

Activities-

 

Review sheet group activity

 

Homework: study for the test

 

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test-Thursday 

 

Day 2- 9/7/2016

 

Topic- Ch. 1 Review

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1

 

Activities-

 

Today in history- review challenge

 

Homework: study for the test

 

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test-Thursday 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/8/2016

 

Topic- Ch. 1 Test

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1

 

Activities-

 

Chapter 1 test

 

Homework: None

 

Upcoming events: Documentary Friday- “Life in the Freezer”

 

                                     Current Events challenge #2

 

 

 

 Day 4- 9/9/2016

 

 Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

 

Activities-

 

Earthweek discussion, Current Events - Round 2,  Life in the Freezer

 

Homework: study guide

 

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test- late next week

 

 

 

World Civ.

 

Day 1- 9/6/2016

 

Topic- Early civilizations develop around the globe

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.3-2

 

Activities-

 

1.3 Sumerian temples overview, 2.1 terms and review, 2.1 quick thinking questions with a partner, 2.1 quick outline, 2.1 reading activity, current events

 

Homework: Read ch. 2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/7/2016

 

 Topic- Early civilizations develop around the globe

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.3-2

 

Activities-

 

Small groups time line activity/main ideas and key events

 

Homework: Read ch. 2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/8/2016

 

Topic- Early Humans

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2

 

Activities-

 

Finish time lines and review concepts as a class, quick outline of 2.2, map discussion, current events discussion.

 

Homework: Read ch. 2

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/9/2016

 

 

 

Topic- Early Humans

 

Objectives-

 

-Master the concepts in Ch. 2

 

Activities-

 

Chapter 2 open note writing quiz

 

Current Events trivia Round #2

 

Homework: Read ch. 2.3

 

Upcoming events: Quiz Next Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1

 

Day 1- 9/6/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, Master 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math program on the PC

 

Homework: Time and topics,

 

Upcoming Events: Benchmark announcement 

 

 

 

 Day 2- 9/7/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, Master 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math program on the PC

 

Homework: Time and topics,

 

Upcoming Events: Benchmark announcement 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/8/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, Master 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math program on the PC

 

Homework: Time and topics,

 

Upcoming Events: Benchmark announcement 

 

 

 

Day 4-9/9/2016

 

 Topic- Aleks

 

Objectives-

 

2 hours, Master 15 topics

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math program on the PC

 

Homework: Time and topics,

 

Upcoming Events: Benchmark announcement 

 

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Lessons- 8/29-9/2

 

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 8/29/2016

Topic- North American societies

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2 

Activities-

1.1   picture analysis and primary source, 1.1 discussion as a class, 1.1 outline, current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test- late next week

 

Day 2- 8/30/2016

Topic- African societies

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2 

Activities-

1.2   map analysis, 1.2 think-pair-share, 1.2 outline, current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test- late next week

 

Day 3- 8/31/2016

Topic- European Societies

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2+ 1.3

Activities-

1.3 map analysis, 1.3 think-pair-share, 1.3 outline, Bubonic Plague Today? Reading article,  current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test- late next week

 Day 4- 9/1/2016

Topic- European Societies

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2+ 1.3

Activities-

1.3 map analysis, 1.3 think-pair-share, 1.3 outline, Bubonic Plague Today? Reading article,  current events review

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test- late next week

Day 5- 8/31/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 1, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test- late next week

 

 

 Lessons- 8/24-8/26

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 8/29/2016

Topic- Early Humans

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2+ 1.3

Activities-

1.1 map analysis, 1.1 think-pair-share, 1.1 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 1

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 2- 8/30/2016

Topic- Early Humans

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2+ 1.3

Activities-

1.2 map analysis, 1.2 think-pair-share, 1.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 1

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 8/27/2016

Topic- Early Humans

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2+ 1.3

Activities-

1.2 map analysis, 1.2 think-pair-share, 1.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 1

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 3- 8/31/2016

 

Topic- Early Humans

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2+ 1.3

Activities-

1.2 map analysis, 1.2 think-pair-share, 1.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 1

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 4- 9/1/2016

 

Topic- Early Humans

Objectives-

-Master the concepts in Ch. 1.1 and 1.2+ 1.3

Activities-

1.2 map analysis, 1.2 think-pair-share, 1.2 outline- Small group work- current events review

Homework: Read ch. 1

Upcoming events: Quiz Friday

 

Day 5- 9/2/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

-Understand world events and U.S. politics

Activities-

Quiz, Earthweek discussion, Today in History- Round 1, North America: Top 10

Homework: study guide

Upcoming events: chapter 1 test- late next week

 

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 8/29/2016

 Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 Day 2- 8/30/2016

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 3- 8/31/2016

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 4-9/1/2016

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 5- 9/2/2016

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

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Lessons- 8/24-8/26

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 8/24/2016

Topic- Introduction to American History 1

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the course syllabus for American History 1

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

c.)   Students will understand why it is important to study history.

Activities-

a.)   Assign seats

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: 1.) Why is it important to study American history? 2.) What academic goal would you like to achieve this year in history class?

d.)   Distribute textbooks

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Get syllabus signed by parent/guardian

b.)   Read chapter 1.1 in preparation for the quiz on Friday

 

 

Day 2- 8/26/2016

Topic- Indigenous Tribes of the Americas

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the Indigenous tribe migrations beginning around 8000-10000 B.C.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of indigenous tribes

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different indigenous cultures that  formed in the Americas

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

e.)   Before we leave question- Why do you think the various tribes began to split up when they came to the Americas? Jot down two ideas in your class notebook

f.)    Current events discussion

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Have two answers to the “Before we leave” question written in class notebook

 

Day 3- 8/27/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Students will read chapter 1.3 “Societies of Europe”

Students will begin filling out their chapter 1 study guide included in their notes packets

 

 

 Lessons- 8/24-8/26

World Civ.

Week 1

Day 1- 8/24/2016

Topic- Introduction to World Civilizations 1

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the course syllabus for World Civilizations 1

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

c.)   Students will understand why it is important to study history.

Activities-

a.)   Assign seats

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: 1.) Why is it important to study world history? 2.) What academic goal would you like to achieve this year in history class?

d.)   Distribute textbooks

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Get syllabus signed by parent/guardian

b.)   Read chapter 1 in preparation for the quiz next Friday

 

 

Day 2- 8/26/2016

Topic- Early humans

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with early humans prior to 7,500 B.C.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of prehistoric people groups

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different aspects of culture

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

e.)   Before we leave question

f.)    Current events discussion

Homework:  Read chapter 1

 

Day 3- 8/27/2016

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework:

a.)   Students will read chapter 1 in the text book and look through their packets

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 8/24/2016

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Assign seats

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: What academic goal would you like to achieve this semester in Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation?

d.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 Day 2- 8/26/2016

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 8/27/2016

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

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Lessons 2015-16

U.S. History lessons

Monday 5-30

No school

Tuesday 5-31

Objective- Students will have a solid understanding of the Civil War

Assignments- Gods and Generals movie

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Summer

 

Wednesday  6-1

Objective- Students will have a solid understanding of the Civil War

Assignments- Gods and Generals movie

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Summer

 

Thursday 6-2

Objective- Students will have a solid understanding of the Civil War

Assignments- Gods and Generals movie

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Summer

 

Friday 6-3

Volleyball tournament

 

 

Game Design Lessons

Monday 5-30

No school

Tuesday 5-31

End of year movie, turn in projects

Wednesday 6-1

End of year movie, turn in projects

Thursday 6-2

End of year movie, turn in projects

Friday 6-3

Volleyball tournament

 

Alg. 1 Recitation

Monday 5-30

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Tuesday 5-31

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Wednesday 6-1

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

Thursday 6-2

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Friday 6-3

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

 

 

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U.S. History lessons

Monday 5-23

Objective- Students will review materials for the Civil War Unit Test

Assignments- Review activity, current events discussion, study guide check

Homework- Study for test

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds, Test May 24

 

Tuesday 5-24

Objective- Students will take the Civil War Unit Test

Assignments- Civil War Test

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds, Final Notebook check, Test May 24

 

Wednesday  5-25

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the Final Battles of the Civil War

Assignments- Gettysburg Documentary

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds, Final Notebook check soon, Test May 24

 

Thursday 5-26

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events from 900 A.D. -  1865 A.D.

Assignments- This Day in History Challenge

Homework- Study guide, Study for test

Upcoming events- Summer

 

Friday 5-27

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of current world events

Assignments- Earthweek, In the news discussion, Junior Scholastic activity, Round 14 CNN Student News

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds- Next week

 

Game Design Lessons

Monday 5-23

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Tuesday 5-24

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Wednesday 5-25

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Thursday 5-26

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Friday 5-27

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

 

Alg. 1 Recitation

Monday 5-23

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Tuesday 5-24

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Wednesday 5-25

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

Thursday 5-26

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Friday 5-27

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

 

 

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U.S. History lessons

Monday 5-16

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of United States and Confederate culture during the years of the war

Assignments- 17.2 terms, Civil War mathematics problem, 17.2 critical thinking with a partner, quote analysis, current events

Homework- Study guide, Study for test

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds, Test May 24

 

Tuesday 5-17

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the Battle of Gettysburg

Assignments- 17.3 terms, 17.3 map analysis, 17.3 critical thinking with a partner,  17.3 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide, Study for test

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds, Test May 24

 

Wednesday  5-18

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the Final Battles of the Civil War

Assignments- 17.3 terms, 17.3 map analysis, 17.3 critical thinking with a partner,  17.3 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide, Study for test

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds, Test May 24

 

Thursday 5-19

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the aftermath of the war and the assassination of Lincoln

Assignments- 17.4 terms, 17.4 comparison chart, 17.4 primary source,  17.4 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide, Study for test

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds, Test May 24

 

Friday 5-20

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of current world events

Assignments- Earthweek, In the news discussion, Junior Scholastic activity, Round 14 CNN Student News

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds- Next week

 

Game Design Lessons

Monday 5-16

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Tuesday 5-17

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Wednesday 5-18

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Thursday 5-19

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Friday 5-20

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

 

Alg. 1 Recitation

Monday 5-16

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Tuesday 5-17

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Wednesday 5-18

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

Thursday 5-19

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Friday 5-20

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

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U.S. History lessons

Monday 5-9

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of current world events

Assignments- Earthweek, In the news discussion, Junior Scholastic activity, CNN Student News

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds- Next week

 

Tuesday 5-10

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the 1st Battle of Bull Run

Assignments- 16.1-2 terms, 16.1-2 critical thinking questions, 16.1+2 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds

 

Wednesday  5-11

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the war in the Border States

Assignments- 16.3 terms, 16.3 critical thinking question, 16.3 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds

Thursday 5-12

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the war in the Border States

Assignments- 16.3 terms, 16.3 critical thinking question, 16.3 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds

 

Friday 5-6

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of current world events

Assignments- Earthweek, In the news discussion, Junior Scholastic activity, CNN Student News

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds- Next week

 

Game Design Lessons

Monday 5-9

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Tuesday 5-10

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Wednesday 5-11

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Thursday 5-12

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Friday 5-13

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

 

Alg. 1 Recitation

Monday 5-9

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Tuesday 5-10

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Wednesday 5-11

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

Thursday 5-12

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Friday 5-13

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

 

 

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Lesson Plans 5/2-5/6

U.S. History lessons

Monday 5-2

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the Underground Railroad

Assignments- 14.3 terms, 14.3 critical thinking question, 14.3 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds

Tuesday 5-3

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of pre- Civil War politics

Assignments- 15.1 terms, 15.1 critical thinking question, 15.1 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds

Wednesday  5-4

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the election of Lincoln

Assignments- 15.3 terms, 15.3 critical thinking question, 15.3 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds

Thursday 5-5

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of the historical events surrounding the  1st Battle of Bull Run

Assignments- 16.1 terms, 16.1 critical thinking question, 16.1 outline, current events

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds

Friday 5-6

Objective- Students will gain an understanding of current world events

Assignments- Earthweek, In the news discussion, Junior Scholastic activity, CNN Student News

Homework- Study guide

Upcoming events- Current Events final rounds- Next week

 

Game Design Lessons

Monday 5-2

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Tuesday 5-3

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Wednesday 5-4

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Thursday 5-5

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

Friday 5-6

Objective- Complete Sky is Falling Project

Assignments- Lessons 25-30

Homework- None

Upcoming events- Progress check on Friday

 

Alg. 1 Recitation

Monday 5-2

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Tuesday 5-3

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Wednesday 5-4

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

Thursday 5-5

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

Friday 5-6

Objective- Time and Topics

Assignments- Work on Aleks

Homework- 15 topics, 3 hours

Upcoming events- Keystone Exams in May

 

 

Lesson Plans 4/25-4/29

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 4/25/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surround the U.S. War with Mexico.

 Assignments-   In class- 13.3 terms review, reading activity, painting analysis, 13.3 outline, Map activity

Homework-Packet due Friday

 Upcoming Events- Civil War Unit Start Next Week

 

 Tuesday 4/26/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: Donner Party Documentary

Homework- Packet due Friday

 Upcoming Events- Civil War Unit Start Next Week

 

 Wednesday 4/20/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: Donner Party Documentary

Homework- Packet due Friday

 Upcoming Events- Civil War Unit Start Next Week

 

 

 

 

Thursday 4/21/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the Westward Pioneer movement

 Assignments-   In class- 13.4 terms, reading activity, primary source with a partner, workshop packet for chapter 13, current events

 

Homework- Packet due tomorrow

 Upcoming Events-Civil War Unit start next week

 

Friday 4/22/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the Pioneer movement in the U.S.

 Assignments-   In class- Donner Party Documentary, Video Questions discussion, turn in packet, Current Events

 

Homework- none

 Upcoming Events- Civil War unit Monday

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 4/25/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Tuesday 4/26/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Wednesday- 4/27/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Thursday 4/28/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Friday 4/29/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

 Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 4/25/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-none

 

  Date: Tuesday 4/26/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- none

  

  Date: Wednesday 4/27/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- none 

  Date: Thursday 4/28/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- none 

  Date: Friday 4/29/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- none

 

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Lesson Plans 4/18-4/22

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 4/18/2016

 

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the Westward Pioneer movement

 

 Assignments-   In class- 13.1 terms, 13.1 outline, 13.1 map- think-pair-share, 

 

 

 

Homework- Study Guide due April 28

 

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING NEXT WEEK

 

 

 Tuesday 4/19/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: National Treasure Book of Secrets, historical fiction worksheet

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING THIS WEEK

 

 Wednesday 4/20/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: National Treasure Book of Secrets, historical fiction worksheet

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING THIS WEEK

 

 

 

 

Thursday 4/21/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: National Treasure Book of Secrets, historical fiction worksheet

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING THIS WEEK

 

Friday 4/22/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the Texas war for independence

 Assignments-   In class- 13.2 terms, 13.2 outline, 13.2 map- think-pair-share, Reading Quiz

 

Homework- Study Guide due April 28

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING NEXT WEEK

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 4/18/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Tuesday 4/19/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Wednesday- 4/20/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Thursday 4/21/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Friday 4/22/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

 Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 4/18/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 4/19/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 4/20/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 4/21/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 4/22/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

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 Lesson Plans 4/11-4/15

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 4/11/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: National Treasure, historical fiction worksheet

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING THIS WEEK

 

 Tuesday 4/12/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: National Treasure, historical fiction worksheet

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING THIS WEEK

 

 Wednesday 4/13/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: National Treasure, historical fiction worksheet

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING THIS WEEK

 

 

 

 

Thursday 4/14/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various elements of historical fiction

 Assignments-   In class- Pd. 1-4 PSSA

Film: National Treasure, historical fiction worksheet

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- PSSA TESTING THIS WEEK

 

Friday 4/15/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 14, CNN Student News

 Homework: Read 10.3, study for Thursday’s test, complete the study guide

 Upcoming Events- Round 14 Next Friday

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 4/11/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Tuesday 4/12/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Wednesday- 4/13/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Thursday 4/14/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Friday 4/15/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

 Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 4/11/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 4/12/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 4/13/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 4/14/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 4/15/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

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Lesson Plans 4/4-4/8

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 4/4/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of nationalism in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.3 outline, Erie Canal Map activity, Quiz review, Current Events

Homework- Study Guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- Quiz tomorrow

 

 Tuesday 4/5/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   Chapter 11 Quiz

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- Round 12

 

 Wednesday 4/6/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the policies of Andrew Jackson

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, Introduction to the West,  12.1+3 outline, Painting analysis, Current Events

Homework- Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- PSSA exams

 

 

 

 

Thursday 4/7/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the policies of Andrew Jackson

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, Introduction to the West,  12.1+3 outline,  Map activity , Current Events

Homework- Study Guide

 Upcoming Events- PSSA exams

 

Friday 4/8/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 12, CNN Student News

 Homework: Read 10.3, study for Thursday’s test, complete the study guide

 Upcoming Events- Round 13 Next Friday

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 4/4/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Tuesday 4/5/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Wednesday- 4/6/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Thursday 4/7/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

Date: Friday 4/8/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 21-30-Begin designing the Sky is Falling Game, lesson 21-30 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due April 20th

 

 Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 4/4/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 4/5/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 4/6/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 4/7/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 4/8/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

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Lesson Plans 3/28-4/1

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 3/28/2016

No school 

 Tuesday 3/29/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.2 outline, African Spirituals Questions/song analysis, Secondary source analysis, Current Events

Homework- Study Guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Quest next Tuesday

 

 Wednesday 3/30/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.1 outline, Inventions discussion, Nationalism critical thinking questions, A closer look at the life of Henry Clay

Homework- Study Guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Quest next Tuesday

 

 

Thursday 3/31/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.3 outline, 11.3  Secondary source analysis, Current Events

Homework- Study Guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Quest next Tuesday

 

Friday 4/1/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 6, CNN Student News

 Homework: Read 10.3, study for Thursday’s test, complete the study guide

 Upcoming Events- Round 12 Next Friday

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 3/28/2016

 None

 

Date: Tuesday 3/29/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 31

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Wednesday- 3/30/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 31

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Thursday 3/31/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 31

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Friday 4/1/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 4

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 28-32-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 28-32 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 31

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 3/28/2016

 None

  Date: Tuesday 3/29/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 3/30/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 3/31/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 4/1/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

Lesson Plans 3/21-3/22

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U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 3/21/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of Industry in early America

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.1 outline, Mill questions, Mill Diagram, Current Events

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- Spring Break begins Wednesday!!

 

 Tuesday 3/22/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the rise of the Abolition movement in the United States

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 11.3 outline, African Spirituals analysis, Current Events

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- Spring Break begins Wednesday!!

 

 

 Wednesday 3/23/2016

 Spring Break

 

 

Thursday 3/24/2016

Spring Break 

 Friday 3/25/2016

Spring Break 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 3/21/2016

Objectives- Students will continue working on workshop 3

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 22

 Upcoming Events- Spring Break

Date: Tuesday 3/22/2016

Objectives- Students will continue working on workshop 3

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 22

 Upcoming Events- Spring Break

 

Date: Wednesday- 3/23/2016

Spring Break 

Date: Thursday 3/24/2016

Spring Break 

Date: Friday 3/18/2016

Spring Break 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 3/21/2016

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  Date: Tuesday 3/22/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 3/23/2016

Spring Break 

  Date: Thursday 3/24/2016

Spring Break 

  Date: Friday 3/25/2016

Spring Break 

 

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 Lesson plans 3/14-3/18

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 3/14/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events leading to the War of 1812

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 10.3 War of 1812 outline, Map questions with a partner, Presque Island Picture Tour, Current Events, STUDY GUIDE CHECK

Homework- Test Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 6 on Friday

 

 Tuesday 3/15/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events leading to the War of 1812

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, 10.3 War of 1812 outline,  War of 1812 Painting Analysis, Study Guide Review

Homework- Test Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 6 on Friday

 

 

 Wednesday 3/16/2016

Objectives- Students will be prepared for the chapter 10 test

 Assignments-   Comprehensive chapter 10 review

Homework- Test Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 6 on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 3/17/2016

Objectives- Students will take the chapter 10 test

 Assignments-   Chapter 10 test

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 6 on Friday

 

 Friday 3/11/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 6, CNN Student News

 Homework: Read 10.3, study for Thursday’s test, complete the study guide

 Upcoming Events- Round 7 Next Friday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 3/14/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

Date: Tuesday 3/15/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Wednesday- 3/16/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Thursday 3/17/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Friday 3/18/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 3/14/2016

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  Date: Tuesday 3/15/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 3/16/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 3/17/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 3/18/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

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U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

 Monday 3/7/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the political visions and accomplishments of Thomas Jefferson

 Assignments-   In class-Critical thinking questions, Thomas Jefferson Article, 10.1 outline, Current Events discussion, Super Saturday discussion

Homework- Test Next Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 5 on Friday

 

 Tuesday 3/8/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the Lewis and Clark Expedition

 Assignments-   In class-Primary Source analysis, Painting analysis, Wilderness survival discussion #2, 10.2 Power-point, Lewis and Clark Video

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 5 on Friday

 

 

 Wednesday 3/9/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the Lewis and Clark Expedition

 Assignments-   In class- 10.2 Critical thinking, 10.2 Outline-finish, 10.2 mapping activity

Homework: Test next Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 5 on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 3/10/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surround the war of 1812

 Assignments-   Map analysis with a partner, 10.3 outline, 10.3 critical thinking questions

Homework- Test Next Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 4 on Friday

 

 Friday 3/11/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 4, CNN Student News

 Homework: Read 10.3, study for Thursday’s test, complete the study guide

 Upcoming Events- Round 6 Next Friday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 3/7/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

Date: Tuesday 3/8/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Wednesday- 3/9/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Thursday 3/10/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Friday 3/11/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 3/7/2016

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  Date: Tuesday 3/8/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 3/9/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 3/10/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 3/11/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

 

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Lesson Plans 2/29-3/4

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 2/29/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various functions of the legislative branch of the U.S. government

 Assignments-   In class-Political cartoon analysis, recap activity, Legislative Branch outline, School House Rock Legislature Video

Homework- Packet due on Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 4 on Friday

 

 Tuesday 3/1/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the various functions of the legislative branch of the U.S. government

 Assignments-   In class-Primary Source analysis, Legislature Branch outline

Homework- Packet due on Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 4 on Friday

 

 

 Wednesday 3/2/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the election of 1800

 Assignments-   In class-Knowledge Collection, Review of Thomas Jefferson’s Achievements, 10.1 outline

Homework- Packet due on Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 4 on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 3/3/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the election of 1800

 Assignments-   Map analysis with a partner, 10.1 outline, 10.1 critical thinking questions

Homework- Packet due Today

 Upcoming Events- Current Events Round 4 on Friday

 

 Friday 3/4/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 4, CNN Student News

 Homework: Read 10.1+10.2

 Upcoming Events- 10.1+2 reading quiz next Friday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 3/1/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

Date: Tuesday 3/2/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Wednesday- 3/3/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Thursday 3/4/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Date: Friday 3/5/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 15-20-Begin designing the Card Game Program, lesson 15-20 discussion/tasks.

Homework: Card Game due March 14

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 3/1/2016

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  Date: Tuesday 3/2/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 3/3/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 3/4/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 3/5/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

 

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Lesson Plans 2-22--2-26

 

 

 U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 2/22/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the election of Washington and will gain a comprehensive understanding of the presidential election process.

 Assignments-   In class- 9.1 Critical thinking questions, recap activity, 9.1 outline, presidential elections video

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- Open packet/open book quiz on Friday

 

 Tuesday 2/23/2016

  Objectives- Students will be able to describe the Executive Branch of the U.S. government

 Assignments-   In class- Recap activity, Executive Branch outline, primary source analysis

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- Quiz on Friday

 

 Wednesday 2/24/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the judicial branch of the U.S. government

 Assignments-   In class-Knowledge collection activity- Examining evidence at a crime scene, a tour of the courts activity, what is a lawyer? Discussion, Judicial Branch notes, court case video

 Homework:  None

 Upcoming Events- Quiz on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 2/25/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the Legislative Branch of the U.S. government

 Assignments-   Finish court case video/discuss video questions, Introduction to the legislature activity, Turning a bill into a law activity

 Upcoming Events- Current Events tomorrow

 

 Friday 2/26/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 3, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Read chapter 9 key terms. There will be a matching quiz next Friday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 2/22/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 9-12- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 11-15 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Thursday

Date: Tuesday 2/23/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 9-12- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 11-15 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Thursday

 

Date: Wednesday- 2/24/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 9-12- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 11-15 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Thursday

 

Date: Thursday 2/25/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments- Ball bounce game reviews/grades, turn in projects

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Begin card game tomorrow

 

Date: Friday 2/26/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 16- Begin designing the card game

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 2/22/2016

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  Date: Tuesday 2/23/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 2/24/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 2/25/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 2/26/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

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Lesson Plans 2-16--2-20

 U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 2/16/2016

No school

 Tuesday 2/17/2016

  Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class- Collection of Knowledge- discussion on chapter 9- Political Cartoon analysis, Critical thinking questions 9.1 Primary Source- Reading/Analysis activity

Homework- None

 Upcoming Events- Current Events round 3 Friday

 

 Wednesday 2/18/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-9.1-9.2 Outline, Primary Source Analysis

 Homework:  None

 Upcoming Events- Current Events round 3 Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 2/19/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   9.2-9.3 outline, critical thinking questions, class discussion- What are rights?

 Upcoming Events- Current Events round 3 on Friday

 

 Friday 2/20/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 3, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Read chapter 9 key terms. There will be a matching quiz next Friday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 2/16/2016

No school

Date: Tuesday 2/17/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 8- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 8 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Wednesday- 2/18/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 9- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 9 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Thursday 2/19/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 10- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 10 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Friday 2/20/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 10- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 10 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review today

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

  Date: Monday 2/16/2016

No school

  Date: Tuesday 2/17/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 2/18/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 2/19/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 2/20/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

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Lesson Plans 2-8--2-12

 U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 2/8/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events that led to the creation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-Primary source analysis, 8.2 outline, critical thinking questions with a partner

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Test Thursday, Current Events round 3 Friday

 

 Tuesday 2/9/2016

  Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class- Finish 8.3 outline, begin reviewing the study guide

Homework- Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Test Thursday, Current Events round 3 Friday

 

 Wednesday 2/10/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class- History Trivia Review- Points to be added to the current events score

 Homework:  study for test

 Upcoming Events- Test Thursday, Current Events round 3 Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 2/11/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   Chapter 8 test

 Upcoming Events- Current Events round 3 on Friday

 

 Friday 2/12/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 3, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Read chapter 9 key terms. There will be a matching quiz next Friday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 2/8/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 8- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 8 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Tuesday 2/9/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 8- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 8 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Wednesday- 2/10/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 9- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 9 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Thursday 2/11/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 10- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 10 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Friday 2/12/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 10- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 10 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review today

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 2/8/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 2/9/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 2/10/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 2/11/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 2/12/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

 

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Lesson Plans 2-1--2-5

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 2/1/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events that led to the creation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-Primary source analysis, 8.2 outline, critical thinking questions with a partner

 Homework: Study guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Test next Tuesday, Current Events round 2 Friday

 

 Tuesday 2/2/2016

  Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-Primary source analysis, political cartoon analysis, 8.2 outline, 8.2 politics map

 Homework: Study guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Test next Tuesday, Current Events round 2 Friday

 

 Wednesday 2/3/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-Primary source analysis- writing worksheet, 8.2 picture analysis, Current Events discussions

 Homework: Study guide due Thursday

 Upcoming Events- Test next Tuesday, Current Events round 2 Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 2/4/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   Finish 8.2 notes, political cartoon analysis, 8.2 critical thinking questions with a partner

 Homework:  Study guide due today

 Upcoming Events- Test next Tuesday, Current Events round 2 on Friday

 

 Friday 2/5/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 2, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Test next Tuesday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 2/1/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 6- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 6 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Tuesday 2/2/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 6- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 6 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Wednesday- 2/3/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 7- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 7 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Thursday 2/4/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 7-8- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 7-8 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

Date: Friday 2/5/2016

Objectives- Students will begin working on workshop 2

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 8- Continue building the ball bounce game engine, lesson 8 discussion/tasks.

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games review on Friday

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 2/1/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 2/2/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 2/3/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 2/4/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 2/5/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

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 Lesson Plans 1-24---1-29

 U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 1/25/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-Primary source analysis, 8.1 outline, critical thinking questions with a partner

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 reading quiz Friday

 

 Tuesday 1/26/2016

  Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-Primary source analysis, 8.2 outline,  8.2 critical thinking questions

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 reading quiz Friday

 

 

 Wednesday 1/27/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   In class-Primary source analysis- writing worksheet, 8.2 picture analysis, Current Events discussions

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 reading quiz Friday

 

 

 

 

Thursday 1/28/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the formation of the Constitution

 Assignments-   Finish 8.2 notes,  political cartoon analysis,  8.2 critical thinking questions with a partner

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Chapter 8 reading quiz Friday

 

 Friday 1/29/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 1, CNN Student News

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 1/25/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the Gamemaker software

 Assignments-   In class- Work on ball bounce game

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games due on Friday

 

Date: Tuesday 1/26/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the Gamemaker software

 Assignments-   In class- Work on ball bounce game

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games due on Friday

 

Date: Wednesday 1/27/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the Gamemaker software

 Assignments-   In class- Work on ball bounce game

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games due on Friday

 

Date: Thursday 1/28/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the Gamemaker software

 Assignments-   In class- Work on ball bounce game

Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Ball bounce games due on Friday

 

Date: Friday 1/29/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class-Students will have time to redesign their ball bounce games, students will begin working on lessons 5-8.

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 1/25/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 1/26/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 1/27/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 1/28/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 1/29/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

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Lesson Plans 1-18---1-22

 U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 1/18/2016

Martin Luther King Jr. Day- No school

 Tuesday 1/19/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the second half of the Revolutionary War

 Assignments-   In class-Revolutionary War documentary, documentary aligned questions, class discussion

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 Wednesday 1/20/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify the topics from chapter 8

 Assignments-   In class-Chapter overview activity

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Thursday 1/21/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the formation of government in the early republic years

 Assignments-   In class-Art analysis, 8.1 critical thinking, government philosophy question with a partner , 8.1 power-point

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 

 

 Friday 1/22/2016

 Objectives- Students will be familiar with events happening around the world and in our country

 Assignments-   In class- What’s in the news discussion, Earthweek Newsletter discussion, Article reading and reading questions, map questions, Spring Challenge Round 1, CNN Student News

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- None

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 1/18/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the Gamemaker software

 Assignments-   In class- Gamemaker setup, lesson 1: Introduction to saving files

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Gamemaker programming tutorial

 

Date: Tuesday 1/19/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 1 discussion, Introduction to Sprites, creating your first Sprite activity

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Gamemaker programming tutorial

 

Date: Wednesday 1/20/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 1 discussion, Introduction to Sprites, creating your first Sprite activity

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Gamemaker programming tutorial

 

Date: Thursday 1/21/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class- Lesson 1 discussion, Introduction to Sprites, creating your first Sprite activity

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Gamemaker programming tutorial

 

Date: Friday 1/15/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class-Lesson 2: Creating your first game activity

 Homework: Ball bounce game due Wednesday

 Upcoming Events- None

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 1/18/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 1/19/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 1/20/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 1/21/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 1/22/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

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U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 Monday 1/11/2016

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the second half of the Revolutionary War

 Assignments-   In class-Recap activity, Primary source analysis, review of terms, critical thinking questions, painting analysis, 7.3 outline

 Homework: Study guide due Wednesday

 Upcoming Events- Test on Friday

 

 Tuesday 1/12/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the second half of the Revolutionary War

 Assignments-   In class-Recap activity, Primary source analysis, critical thinking questions, recognizing bias source analysis activity, 7.3 outline, results of the war discussion

 Homework: Study guide due Wednesday

 Upcoming Events- Test on Friday

 

 Wednesday 1/13/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify the correct answers on the chapter 7 study guide

 Assignments-   In class-Study guide review, study guide check, textbook check

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Test on Friday

 

Thursday 1/14/2016

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify the correct answers on the chapter 7 study guide

 Assignments-   In class-History trivia challenge-Final round

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Test on Friday, Announcement of the This Day in History “Fall Challenge” winner

 

 

 Friday 1/15/2016

 Objectives- Students will complete the chapter 7 test

 Assignments-   Chapter 7 test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Announcement of the Fall Challenge Winners

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 1/11/2016

Objectives- Students will present their games

 Assignments-   In class- Game presentations, final quiz

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Gamemaker programming tutorial

 

Date: Tuesday 1/12/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class- Source analysis, discussion, extra credits, review the quiz

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Gamemaker programming tutorial

 

Date: Wednesday 1/13/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class- Source analysis, discussion, extra credits, group critical thinking activity

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Gamemaker programming tutorial

 

Date: Thursday 1/14/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class- Introduction to Gamemaker programming tutorial

 Upcoming Events- We will begin writing our first game early next week

 

Date: Friday 1/15/2016

Objectives- Students will be familiar with the basic definitions in computer programming

 Assignments-   In class- Introduction to Gamemaker programming tutorial

 Upcoming Events- We will begin writing our first game early next week

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 1/11/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Tuesday 1/12/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

  

  Date: Wednesday 1/13/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Thursday 1/14/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

  Date: Friday 1/15/2016

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events-New Benchmarks due by Spring Break

 

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Lessons- 1/4-1/8

 

 

U.S. History Lessons

1-4-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events surrounding the Battles of Saratoga in upstate New York.

Assignments- Recap activity, reminders of due dates, Benedict Arnold Painting Analysis, Class discussion on Arnold’s strategy, Map overview, 7.1 outline, Looking Ahead discussion, Current Events

Upcoming Events- Study guide due January 6th,  Next Test- January 8th

 

1-5-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the influence of foreign powers in the American Revolution

Assignments- Recap activity, wilderness survival picture analysis, wilderness survival discussion, Critical thinking question from 7.2- Field medic’s kit, 7.2 outline, brief discovery education video

Upcoming Events- Study guide due January 6th, Next Test- January 8th

 

1-6-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the navy victories of John Paul Jones

Assignments- Recap activity, painting analysis- history through art, 7.2 critical thinking questions, Pirates video + Pirate ship activity explanation, John Paul Jones video, 7.2 outline part 2.

Upcoming Events- Study guide due January 6th, Next Test- January 8th

 

1-7-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to describe the historical events that led to the American victory at Yorktown

Assignments- Recap activity, terms review, 7.3 outline, map overview, picture analysis

Upcoming events- Study guide due January 6th, Next Test- January 8th

 

 

1-8-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to identify key events happening in the world this week.

Assignments- Earthweek News, In the News discussion, Junior Scholastic reading activity and discussion, current events challenge, CNN Student News

Upcoming Events- Study guide due January 6th, Next Test- January 8th

 

 

Game Design Lessons

1-4-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to design their own original game

Assignments- Students will recap previous discussions, discussion of 2D games, Game design journal entry, Game Design video, brief workshop and conferences

Upcoming events- Play test games on Wednesday, Games due Next Monday

 

1-5-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to design their own original game

Assignments- Critical thinking questions, Game Design Art Analysis, Introduction to programming, Game Design Video, Game Design Journal Entry

Upcoming events- Play test games on Wednesday, Games due Next Monday

 

1-6-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to design their own original game

 

Assignments- Play test, Journal entry- things to change and alter with the final game design

 

Upcoming events- Games due on Monday

 

1-7-2015

Objectives- Students will be able to design their own original games

Assignments- Students will complete section 2 of the Game Design Final Exam, Students will check each other’s responses and will discuss correct answers as a class, Game Design Video

Upcoming events- Games due on Monday

 

1-8-2015

 

Objectives- Students will be able to design their own original games

Assignments- Students will respond to critical thinking questions in their game design journal, students will work on completing any last components of their games, tutorial of Gamemaker

Upcoming events- Games due on Monday

 

 

Algebra 1

1-4

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- BENCHMARK DUE TODAY!!

 

1-5

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- BENCHMARKS DUE!

 

 

1-6

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- BENCHMARKS DUE!

 

1-7

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- BENCHMARKS DUE!

 

1-8

Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- BENCHMARKS DUE!

 

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Lessons- 12/21-12/22

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

Day 1- Monday 12/21

Objectives- Students will catch up on missing work

 Assignments-   In class- Complete missing assignments, Christmas movie

 Homework: Study guide due Thursday after break

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

Date: Tuesday 12/22

 Objectives- Students will catch up on missing work

 Assignments-   In class- Complete missing assignments, Christmas movie

 Homework: Study guide due Thursday after break

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 Wednesday 12/23- Christmas break

Thursday 12/24- Christmas break

 Friday 12/25- Christmas break

 

 

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 12/21

Objectives- Students will catch up on missing work

 Assignments-   In class- Complete missing assignments, Christmas movie

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

Date: Tuesday 12/22

Objectives- Students will catch up on missing work

 Assignments-   In class- Complete missing assignments, Christmas movie

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

Wednesday 12/23- Christmas break

Thursday 12/24- Christmas break

Friday 12/25- Christmas break

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 12/21

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks due Tuesday

 

  Date: Tuesday 12/22

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- BENCHMARK DUE TODAY!!

  

Wednesday 12/23- Christmas break

Thursday 12/24- Christmas break

 Friday 12/25- Christmas break 

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Lessons- 12/14-12/18

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

Day 1- Monday 12/14

Objectives- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to the signing of Declaration of Independence

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, primary source analysis, Finish documentary “The Rise of the Patriots”, documentary questions as a class, Introduction to chapter 7

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

Date: Tuesday 12/15

 Objectives- Students will be able to describe the British military strategy to take the Hudson River Valley and will be able to describe the results

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, history through art analysis, 7.1 outline, critical thinking questions with a partner

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date: Wednesday 12/16

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to describe the historical events leading up to the battle of Trenton.

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, George Washington Trenton Painting analysis, poetry reading, 7.1 power-point, critical thinking questions

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

 Date: Thursday 12/17

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to describe the historical events leading up to the battle of Trenton.

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, quote analysis, battle map analysis, critical thinking question with a partner, 7.2 outline,  brief video clip “The Battle of Trenton”

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- Christmas break!

 

 

 Date: Friday 12/18

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to identify the current events that happened in the world this week

 Assignments-   In class- Earthweek Newsletter reading, News Headlines, Debating the issues writing assignment, World Events Reading, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for the test

 Upcoming Events- Test Next Wednesday

 

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 12/14

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 37 review

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Rough Draft due Wednesday

 

 

Date: Tuesday 12/15

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Rough Draft due Wednesday

 

Date: Wednesday 12/16

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, Rough Draft review conference

 Upcoming Events- Final project due January 11th

 

  Date: Thursday 12/17

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 38 review and complete discussion

 Homework: Final project due January 11th

 Upcoming Events- Game design review on Friday

 

 Date: Friday 12/18

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 39 review and complete discussion, game design article reading and analysis questions

 Homework: Final project due mid- January 11

 Upcoming Events- Final project due January 11

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 12/14

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

  Date: Tuesday 12/15

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

  

Date: Wednesday 12/16

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

 

Date: Thursday 12/17

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

  

Date: Friday 12/18

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

 

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Lessons- 12/7-12/11

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

Day 1- Monday 12/7

Objectives- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to the signing of Declaration of Independence

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball 6.3-6.4 outline, 6.4 Critical thinking question with a partner, Primary Source Analysis, Study Guide Review,  

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Test Wednesday

 

 

Date: Tuesday 12/8

 Objectives- Students will be able to pass the chapter 6 test with a score greater than 70%

 Assignments-   In class- Study guide review, current events discussion

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Test Wednesday

 

 

Date: Wednesday 12/9

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to complete the chapter 6 test with a score of 70% or greater

 Assignments-   In class- Take the chapter 6 test

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- New packet and study guide distribution next Monday

 Date: Thursday 12/10

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to the start of the Revolutionary War

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, Documentary- “The Rise of the Patriots”- Critical thinking questions followed by a class discussion

 Homework: None

 Upcoming Events- New packet and study guide distribution Monday

 

 Date: Friday 12/11

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to identify the current events that happened in the world this week

 Assignments-   In class- Earthweek Newsletter reading, News Headlines, Debating the issues writing assignment, World Events Reading, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for the test

 Upcoming Events- Test Next Wednesday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Monday 12/7

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 36 review and complete discussion

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Game design review on Friday

 

 

 

 

Date: Tuesday 12/8

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 36 review and complete discussion

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Game design review on Friday

 

  Date: Wednesday 12/9

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 36 review and complete discussion

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Game design review on Friday

 

  Date: Thursday 12/10

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 36 review and complete discussion

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Game design review on Friday

 

 Date: Friday 12/11

Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Game design workshop, lesson 36 review and complete discussion

 

-Review conference of each game and compare to the rubrics

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Game design review on Friday

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Monday 12/7

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

  Date: Tuesday 12/8

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

  

Date: Wednesday 12/9

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

 

 

 

Date: Thursday 12/10

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

  Date: Friday 12/11

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

 

 

 

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Lessons- 11/30-12/4

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

Day 1- Monday 11/30

 

None

 

Date: Tuesday 12/1

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to conflict between the British and Americans at Lexington and Concord

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball Review military/battlefield tactics  6.3 Critical thinking question with a partner, 6.3 outline, Boston Massacre Documentary

 Homework: Study guide due Wednesday

 Upcoming Events- Test Next Wednesday

 

 

Date: Wednesday 12/2

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to conflict between the British and Americans at Lexington and Concord

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, Poetry analysis, Historical Document reading , 6.3 Critical thinking questions with a partner, 6.3 outline, Lexington and Concord Video

 Homework: Study guide due Today

 Upcoming Events- Test Next Wednesday

 

 

Date: Thursday 12/3

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

 Assignments-   In class- Recap with the participation ball, Primary Source Analysis, Loyalists vs. Patriots comparison, Current Events

 Homework: Study for test

 Upcoming Events- Test Next Wednesday

 

 Date: Friday 12/4

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to identify the current events that happened in the world this week

 Assignments-   In class- Earthweek Newsletter reading, News Headlines, Debating the issues writing assignment, World Events Reading, CNN Student News

 Homework: Study for the test

 Upcoming Events- Test Next Wednesday

 

 

 GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Date: Tuesday  12/1

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   In class-Review knowledge quiz

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Reading quiz on Friday

 

  Date: Wednesday 12/2

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   Game design workshop

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Reading quiz on Friday

 

  Date: Thursday 12/3

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   Game design workshop, read lessons 35 + complete the online assignment

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Reading quiz on Friday

 

 Date: Friday 12/4

 Objective- Topic- Students will be able to design their own original game

 Assignments-   Reading quiz, game design workshop, MLG gameplay

 Homework: Final project due mid- January

 Upcoming Events- Reading Quiz Next Friday

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

 

  Date: Tuesday  12/1

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

  Date: Wednesday  12/2

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

  

 

 

Date: Thursday 12/3

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

  Date: Friday  12/4

 Objective- Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 Assignments-   15 topics 3 hours completed, Benchmark due by Christmas break

 Homework:  Aleks time and topics

 Upcoming Events- Benchmarks

 

 

 

 

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Lessons- 11/23-11/27

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

Day 1- Monday 11/23

Topic- Tensions between England and the Colonies

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the historical events that helped to increase tensions between the colonies and England in the mid- 1700s

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.) Students will read a primary source related to colonial protests and will respond to a critical thinking question tied to the source

c.) Finish 6.2 Outline

d.) Quick video - Colonial Protests
f.)  Dramatic Reading: King John and the Magna Carta

     -Reading questions

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Study guide due the Wednesday after Thanksgiving 

Day 2- Tuesday 11/24

Topic- Introduction to chapter 6

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with career options in the 21st century

Activities-

Career opportunities discussion

Career day writing assignment

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Study guide due after Thanksgiving break 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 11/25

Topic- The Boston Massacre

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the historical events that helped to increase tensions between the colonies and England in the mid- 1700s

Activities-

-Students will watch a forensics documentary on the Boston Massacre and will respond to critical thinking questions tied to the documentary

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Study guide due after Thanksgiving break

Day 4- Thursday- 11/26

No school

Day 5 -11/27

No school

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 Day 1- 11/23/2015

 

Topic- Creating Original Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating original games

Activities-

-Games presentations

Read lesson 34 and submit the assignment to Zulama.com

Homework:

None

 

  Day 2- 11/24/2015

 

Topic- Creating Original Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating original games

Activities-

-Games presentations

Read lesson 34 and submit the assignment to Zulama.com

Homework:

None

 

 Day 3- 11/25/2015

 

Topic- Creating Original Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating original games

Activities-

-Games presentations

Read lesson 34 and submit the assignment to Zulama.com

Homework:

None

 

  Day 4- 11/26/2015

None

Day 5-11/27/2015 

None

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

Day 1- 11/23/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 2- 11/24/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 3- 11/25/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

Day 4- 11/26/2015

None

Day 5- 11/27/2015

None

 

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Lessons- 11/16-11/20

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

Day 1- Monday 11/16

Topic- Introduction to chapter 6

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the historical events that helped to increase tensions between the colonies and England in the mid- 1700s

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Students will get a new chapter packet

c.) Students will examine a historical cartoon and will write a brief analysis

d.) 6.1 outline

e.) Students will read an excerpt from 6.1 and will respond to guided reading questions individually.

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

Day 2- Tuesday 11/17

Topic- Introduction to chapter 6

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the historical events that helped to increase tensions between the colonies and England in the mid- 1700s

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review yesterday’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Students will read a primary source and will answer critical thinking questions tied to that source

c.) Students will brainstorm with a partner

d.) 6.1 outline

e.) Students will read an excerpt from 6.1 and will respond to guided reading questions individually.

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 11/18

Topic- Introduction to chapter 6

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the historical events that helped to increase tensions between the colonies and England in the mid- 1700s

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review yesterday’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Students will read an article written by a crime scene detective and will respond to reading questions

c.) Students will examine an article on the Boston Massacre crime scene. Students will compare and contrast different evidences and will draw their own conclusions about the event

d.) 6.1 outline

e.) 6.1 Connect to Today question

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

Day 4- Thursday- 11/19

Topic- Chapter 6

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the historical events that helped to increase tensions between the colonies and England in the mid- 1700s

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review yesterday’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Students will review key terms for 6.2

c.)    Students will brainstorm with a partner

d.) 6.2 outline

e.) Review battlefield tactics for Revolutionary War battles

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

Day 5 -11/20

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)     CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

None

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

Day 1- 11/16/2015

 

Topic- RPG Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating RPG games

Activities-

-Zulama video 2-3 comparing Japanese and American RPG games

-Discuss lessons 31-32

-Begin discussing the basics of the final game project

- Read lesson 33 as a class and begin drafting game ideas

Homework:

None

Day 2- 11/17/2015

 

Topic- RPG Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating original games

Activities-

Continue drafting ideas for original games

Prepare a presentation to pitch the idea to the class

Homework:

Game presentation due Friday

 

 

 Day 3- 11/18/2015 

Topic- RPG Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating original games

Activities-

Continue drafting ideas for original games

Prepare a presentation to pitch the idea to the class

Homework:

Game presentation due Friday

 

  Day 4- 11/19/2015

Topic- Discussion Boards

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify the skills that game designers apply when creating different kinds of games

 Activities

-Students will complete the responses on lesson 31-32

-Students will complete a quiz on lessons 29-32 reading

- Begin presentations

 Homework:

None

 

Day 5-11/20/2015 

Topic- RPG Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating original games

Activities-

-Read lessons 33-36

-Respond to the discussion questions in each lesson

-The class will review these questions together as a class

- Zulama game design process video

-Game design ideas collected

 

Homework:

None

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

Day 1- 11/16/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 2- 11/17/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 3- 11/18/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

Day 4- 11/19/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 5- 11/20/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

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Lessons- 11/9-11/13

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

Day 1- Monday 11/9

Topic- Test Review

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify answers to the questions on the chapter 5 test

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Students will read a passage from chapter 5 and will respond to two questions dealing with the major after effects of the war

c.) Students will examine a review power-point to prepare for the test on Wednesday

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Test on Wednesday

 Day 2- Tuesday 11/10

 Topic- Review Trivia

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the development of early American culture in the colonies

 Activities-

Students will compete in a review trivia game. Teams are divided up into teams, each period being a team.  Teams will be challenged with three rounds of trivia.

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Test tomorrow

Day 3- Wednesday 11/11

 Topic- Test

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the French and Indian War

Activities-

Chapter 5 test

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

Day 4- Thursday- 11/12

Topic- Geography of North America

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify key facts about the geography of North America

Activities-

a.)   Students will record critical thinking questions in their notebooks

b.)   North America Documentary- “Surviving the Odds”

c.) Students will review responses to the questions as a class

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                None

 

Day 5 -11/13

No School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

Day 1- 11/9/2015

 

Topic- RPG Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating RPG games

Activities-

Work on RPG games in small groups, play test in groups, and record results

Homework:

RPG project due by the end of class on Wednesday

Day 2- 11/10/2015

 

Topic- RPG Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating RPG games

Activities-

Work on RPG games in small groups, play test in groups, and record results

Homework:

 RPG project due by the end of class on Wednesday

 

 

 

 Day 3- 11/11/2015 

Topic- RPG Games

Objectives-

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating RPG games

Activities-

Work on RPG games in small groups, play test in groups, and record results

Homework:

RPG project due by the end of class 

  Day 4- 11/12/2015

Topic- Discussion Boards

 Objectives- Students will be able to identify the skills that game designers apply when creating different kinds of games

 Activities

-Students will read lessons 29-35

- The class will have a discussion on lessons 29-35

 Homework:

None

Day 5-11/13/2015 

No school

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation Lessons 

Day 1- 11/9/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 2- 11/10/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 3- 11/11/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

Day 4- 11/12/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 5- 11/13/2015

No school 

 

 

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Lessons- 11/2-11/6

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

Day 1- Monday 11/2

 

Topic- The Colonies Develop

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe key historical events that led to the growth of the English colonies in the Americas

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Students will complete a 5.1 key question individually

 

c.)   5.1 outline

 

d.)  5.1-2- Source/Reading Questions, class discussion  

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Test late next week 

 

 Day 2- Tuesday 11/3

 

 Topic- The Development of the Colonies

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the development of early American culture in the colonies

 

 Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review yesterday’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Students will respond to the connect to today question from 5.3

 

c.)   5.2 outline

 

d.)   Small group work- 5.2-3 critical thinking questions- Class discussion

 

e.)  5.2 quick video 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Test late next week, continue working on study guide 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 11/4

 

 Topic- Developing Colonies

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the events surrounding the French and Indian War

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Quick overview of 1700s combat weapons

 

c.)  Picture slide show of muskets

 

e.)   Combat overview- Looking at a battlefield (strategy)

 

f.)  5.3 outline

 

g.) 5.3 critical thinking questions individually, class review

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Study for the test late next week, complete the study guide for next Tuesday

 

Day 4- Thursday- 11/5

 

Topic- Developing Colonies

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the rising tensions between England and France over the issue of colonial boundaries

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Connect to Today question- individual work

 

c.)  5.3 outline

 

g.)  Worksheet- French and Indian War Analysis

 

f.) Quick video review of the war

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Study for the test late next week, complete the study guide for next Tuesday

 

Day 5 -11/6

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

 

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

 

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

 

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

 

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

 

f.)     CNN Student News

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

 

 

Day 1- 11/2/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Games and story

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

Activities-

 

Students will complete the lesson 25-27 discussion boards

 

Homework:

 

 None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 11/3/2015

 

 

 

 Topic- Games and story

 

 Objectives-

 

 Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

 Activities-

 

 Students will complete lessons 25-27

 

 Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 3- 11/4/2015 

 

 Topic- Games and story

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

Activities-

 

 Students will work on the independent assignment “Design a  game character.”

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Character assignment due Thursday 

 

 

 

  Day 4- 11/5/2015

 

Topic- Game characters

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 Activities-

 

Students will complete the discussions for lesson 27-30 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

Day 5-11/5/2015 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 Activities-

 

 Students will read lesson 27-30 and will complete the discussion boards

 

  Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

 

Day 1- 11/2/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

Day 2- 11/3/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

Day 3- 11/4/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 11/5/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

Day 5- 11/6/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Lessons- 10/26-10/30

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

Day 1- Monday 10/26

Topic- The Colonies Develop

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe key historical events that led to the growth of the English colonies in the Americas

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Students will review the 4.3 terms together as a class

c.)    Students will examine a series of questions dealing with the development of the British colonies

d.)  Students will examine a primary source and will write a brief reaction

e.) Students will review responses together as a class.

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Notebook check on Wednesday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- Tuesday 10/27

 Topic- The Development of the Colonies

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the development of early American culture in the colonies

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review yesterday’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Students will respond to the connect to today critical thinking question

c.)   3.4 outline notes

d.)   Students will work in small groups to complete critical thinking questions

e.)  Current Events discussion

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 10/28

 Topic- Developing Colonies

Objectives-

Students will learn about Pirates on the high seas 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Review pirate trivia as a class

c.)  Picture slide show of pirate ships

e.)   Brief video- European Pirates

f.) Pirate ship design project 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Study for the test on Friday

 

 

Day 4- Thursday- 10/29

Topic- Developing Colonies

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the rising tensions between England and France over the issue of colonial boundaries

 Activities-

a.)    Students will turn in Pirate ship projects

b.)    Students will review 5.2 terms

c.)     Students will highlight key details in their 5.2 outlines

d.)    Students will respond to the 5.2 connect to today question

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

Day 5 -10/30

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)     CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

None

 

 

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

Day 1- 10/26/2015

 

Topic- Games and story

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

 

Activities-

 

Students will complete the lesson 22-23 discussion boards

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

Day 2- 10/27/2015

 

 Topic- Games and story

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

 

Activities-

 Students will work on the independent assignment “Design a  game character.”

 

Homework:

 Character assignment due Thursday

 

 

 

 

 Day 3- 10/28/2015 

 Topic- Games and story

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

 

Activities-

 Students will work on the independent assignment “Design a  game character.”

 

Homework:

 

Character assignment due Thursday 

 

 

 

 

 Day 4- 10/22/2015

Topic- Game characters

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 Activities-

Students will complete the discussions for lesson 23-24 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

Day 5-10/23/2015

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

Activities-

 Students will read lesson 25-26 and will complete the discussion boards

 

 Homework:

None

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

Day 1- 10/26/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 2- 10/27/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 3- 10/28/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

Day 4- 10/29/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 5- 10/30/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 10/19-10/23

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

Day 1- Monday 10/19

 

Topic- The Southern Colonies

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the settlement of the southern English colonies

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Students will work with a partner to complete the 3.3 overview questions

 

c.) Students will work on their study guides

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Study guide due tomorrow, Test Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- Tuesday 10/20

 

 Topic- 3.4 The Middle Colonies

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the settlement of the English Middle colonies

 

 

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

 

c.)   With a partner: 3.4 critical thinking question

 

d.)   3.4 outline

 

e.)  3.4  Connect to Today question with a partner

 

e.)   With a partner: Students will complete map questions and students will review answers as a class.

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Study for the test on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 10/21

 

 Topic- Test Review

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the settlement of early English colonies

 

 

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

 

c.)   With a partner: 3.1 critical thinking question

 

d.)   3.1 outline

 

e.)  Review 3.2 terms

 

e.)   With a partner: Students will complete map questions and students will review answers as a class.

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Study for the test on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4 Thursday- 10/22

 

Topic- Test Review Game

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to identify the correct answers for all of the test questions

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

Students will compete class vs. class in a chapter 3 trivia review game

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

Study for the test

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 -10/9

 

Students will take the chapter 3 test

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

 

 

Day 1- 10/19/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Games and story

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

Students will complete a worksheet dealing with games and story with a partner and will turn it in.

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 10/20/2015

 

 

 

 Topic- Games and story

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Recap activity to review lessons 15-20 of last week

 

 

 

b.)   Students will read lesson 19 and will complete the discussion board

 

c.) Students will review responses to the lesson 20 discussion board

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 3- 10/21/2015

 

Topic- Games and story

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating story lines for games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 a.)   Students will learn how to create a flow charts

 

 

 

b.)   Students will work to create an idea for a game  story and will represent that story in a flow chart

 

 

 

           

 

Homework

 

 

 

Flow chart due on Thursday 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 4- 10/22/2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic- Game characters

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 Activities-

 

 

 

 

 

b.)   Students will review discussion board answers as a class

 

 

 

c.)   Students will present their flow charts to the class

 

 

 

d.)   Students will read lesson 21 and will complete the discussion board

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5-10/23/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Students will read lesson 22 and will complete the discussion board

 

 

 

b.)   Students will begin working on the assignment “Designing a Character” 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

 

Day 1- 10/19/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

Day 2- 10/20/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

Day 3- 10/21/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 10/22/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

Day 5- 10/23/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 10/12-10/16

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

 

Day 1- Monday 10/12

No school

 

Day 2- Tuesday 10/13

Topic- Introduction to chapter 3

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the settlement of the Massachusetts colonies

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   3.2 map activity individually-class discussion

c.)   3.2 outline

d.)   3.2 “Connect to Today” question with a partner, review as a class

e.)   Looking ahead

f.)  Video- The Salem Witch Trials

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 3- Wednesday 10/14

 

 Topic- Introduction to chapter 3

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the settlement of the Massachusetts colonies

Activities-

-          Salem Witch Trials- Reading and packet

-          Answer questions

-          Discuss as a class

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- Thursday 10/15

Topic- Introduction to chapter 3

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the settlement of the southern colonies

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   3.3 map activity individually-class discussion

c.)   3.3 worksheet individually and discuss as a class

d.)   3.2 “Connect to Today” question with a partner, review as a class

e.)   Looking ahead

f.)  Current events discussions

 

 

Day 5 -10/16

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)     CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

Day 1- 10/12/2015

 

No school 

 

Day 2- 10/13/2015

 

 Topic- Designing a prototype

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

 

Activities-

-Students will work on their game prototypes

-Students will print rules lists 

 

Homework:

 

Prototype due Thursday 

 

 

  Day 3- 10/14/2015

 

Topic- Designing a prototype

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

 

Activities-

-Students will work on their game prototypes

-Students will print rules lists 

 

Homework:

 

Prototype due Thursday 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 4- 10/15/2015

 

 

 Topic- Designing a prototype

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

 

Activities-

-Students will work on their game prototypes

-Students will print rules lists 

 

Homework:

 

Prototype due Thursday 

 

 

 

Day 5-10/16/2015

 

Topic- Designing a prototype

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

 

Activities-

-Students will play test their games in groups of 2-3

-Students will give each other feedback

-Students will watch a demo  game design from the game maker programming series

 

Homework:

 

None 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

Day 1- 10/12/2015

No school

Day 2- 10/13/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 3- 10/14/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

Day 4- 10/15/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 5- 10/16/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

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Lessons- 10/5-10/9

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

Week 5 Lessons

 

Day 1- Monday 10/5

 

Topic- Introduction to chapter 3

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the settlement of early English colonies

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

 

c.)   Connecting history to today question

 

d.)   Distribute chapter 3 packets

 

e.)   3.1 outline

 

f.)  Mystery solving: “The Roanoke Colony”

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 2- Tuesday 10/6

 

 Topic- Test Review

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the settlement of early English colonies

 

 

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

 

c.)   With a partner: 3.1 critical thinking question

 

d.)   3.1 outline

 

e.)  Review 3.2 terms

 

e.)   With a partner: Students will complete map questions and students will review answers as a class.

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 10/7

 

 Topic- Survey

 

Objectives-

 

N/A 

 

Activities-

 

Guidance office survey 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 10/8

 

Topic- 3.2-3.3

 

Objectives-

 

Students will be able to describe the culture of Southern Colonies and the culture of the Middle Colonies.

 

 

 

Activities-

 

1.)     Recap previous lesson with the participation ball

 

2.) Finish 3.2 power-point, begin 3.3 power-point

 

3.)  Primary Source reading “William Penn’s Holy Experiment”

 

4.) Looking ahead- New Netherland gets a new name

 

5.) Current Events discussion

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 -10/9

 

Topic- Current Events

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

 

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

 

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

 

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

 

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

 

f.)     CNN Student News

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

 

 

Day 1- 10/5/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Module 3

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Recap activity to review lessons 11-14 of last week

 

 

 

b.)   Students will read module 4 Lesson 15, 16

 

c.) Students will have a class discussion on the questions from the website

 

d.) Students will begin working on the module 5 project  

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 10/6/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 a.)   The class will finish reading module 5

 

 

 

b.)   Students will continue working on the module 5 project

 

 

 

           

 

Homework

 

 

 

None 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 4- 10/7/2015

 

 

 

 Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Students will discuss the challenges that they faced when creating their first game

 

 

 

b.)   Students will turn in their projects from Module 5

 

 

 

c.)   Students will read the first two lessons in module 6

 

d.) Students will respond to the module 6 discussion boards

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 4- 10/8/2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 Activities-

 

 

 

 

 

b.)   Students will review module 6 discussion board questions as a class

 

 

 

c.)   Students will work in small groups to read an article from module 6 and will respond to a series of review questions

 

 

 

d.)   Students will complete the game design journal entry

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5-10/9/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Students will discuss the challenges of redesigning different kinds of games

 

 

 

b.)   Students will read Module 7 (the first lesson only)

 

 

 

c.)   Students will respond to the lesson discussion board

 

 

 

d.)   Students will complete the game design journal entry and work with a partner to complete the module 7 critical thinking question

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

 

Day 1- 10/5/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

Day 2- 10/6/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

Day 3- 10/7/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 10/8/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

Day 5- 10/9/2015

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

Objectives-

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

Activities-

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 9/28-10/2

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

Week 5 Lessons

Day 1- Monday 9/28

Topic- The Middle Passage

Objectives-

Students will be able to describe the middle passage 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

c.)   Connecting history to today question

d.)   2.4 outline

e.)   With a partner: Primary Source Review

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 Study for the test that is scheduled for Thursday, October 1st

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Day 2- Tuesday 9/29

 Topic- Test Review

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the correct answers to all test questions.

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

c.)   Review of short answer responses and format

d.)   Looking  ahead: Students will review the chapter 1.2 terms together as a class

e.)   With a partner: Students will complete map questions and students will review answers as a class.

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Study for the test

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 9/30

 Topic- Test Review

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the correct answers to all test questions.

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

c.)   Review of short answer responses and format

d.)   Looking  ahead: Students will review the chapter 1.2 terms together as a class

e.)   With a partner: Students will complete map questions and students will review answers as a class.

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Study for the test that is scheduled for Tuesday, September 15th

 

 

 

Day 4- Thursday October 1st

Topic- Test day

Objectives-

Students will complete and pass the chapter 2 exam

 

Activities-

1.)   Chapter 2 exam

2.)   Primary Source reading

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

Day 5 -9/18

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)     CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

Day 1- 9/28/2015

 

Topic- Module 3

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

 

Activities-

 

a.)   The class will turn in their game design posters

 

b.)   Students will read module 3 Lesson 10

c.) Students will read the game design article and respond by posting a response on the discussion board

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

Day 2- 9/29/2015

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

 

Activities-

 a.)   The class will turn in their game design posters

 

b.)   Students will read module 3 Lesson 11

c.) Students will read the game design article and respond by posting a response on the discussion board

 

           

Homework

 

None 

 

 

 Day 4- 9/30/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Students will discuss the challenges that they faced when creating their first game

 

b.)   Students will read Module 3, Lesson 12

 

c.)   Students will respond to the discussion board

d.) Students will begin working on the assignment “Redesigning a Game

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

 

 Day 4- 10/1/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 Activities-

 

 

b.)   Students will read Module 4, Lesson 12-13

 

c.)   Students will respond to the lesson discussion board

 

d.)   Students will complete the game design journal entry

e.) Continue working on the redesign project

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

Day 5-10/2/2015

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Students will discuss the challenges of redesigning different kinds of games

 

b.)   Students will read Module 4, Lesson 13-14

 

c.)   Students will respond to the lesson discussion board

 

d.)   Students will complete the game design journal entry and work with a partner to complete the psychology of gaming critical thinking questions.

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

Day 1- 9/28/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 2- 9/29/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 3- 9/30/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

Day 4- 10/1/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 5- 10/2/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Lessons- 9/21-9/25

 

 

 

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

 

 

 

Week 3 Lessons

 

 

 

Day 1- Monday 9/21

 

 

 

Topic- 2.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Recap-

 

 

 

b.)   2.1 terms

 

 

 

c.) 2.1 outline

 

d.) 2.1 key questions with a partner

 

e.) notebook check

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

none

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- Tuesday 9/24

 

 

 

Topic- England's Empire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

1.)  Primary Source reading

 

2.) Recap from yesterday

 

3.) Begin 2.2 outline

 

4.) 2.2 map question with a partner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 9/23

 

 

 

Topic-Frances Empire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Recap- 

 

 

 

b.)   Review 2.3 vocabulary

 

 

 

c.)   Review the 2.3 outline

 

 

 

d.)   2.1 critical thinking question with a partner

 

 

 

e.)   Looking ahead: Students will review a primary source dealing with European exploration  together as a class

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

Read chapter 2.1-2.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- Thursday 9/24

 

 

 

Topic- Spain Claims an Empire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

d.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

 

 

 

e.)   Students will work with a partner to respond to the 2.3 “History through Art” Question

 

 

 

f.)     Students will work to finish the 2.3 outline

 

 

 

g.) 2.3 key questions with a partner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

Read chapter 2.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 -9/25

 

 

 

Topic- Current Events

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

 

 

 

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

 

 

 

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

 

 

 

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

 

 

 

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

 

 

 

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

 

 

 

f.)     CNN Student News

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 1- 9/24/2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a.)   The class will read module 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b.)   Module 3 discussion board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/22/2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Module 3-4 reading and discussion boards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         none

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/23/2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a.)   Students will review the challenges that they faced when creating their first game

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b.)   Students will read Module 4, Lesson 1 and will complete their game design journal entries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/24/2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

 Begin redesign project

 

Brainstorm ideas

 

Finish reading module 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/25/2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IDEA teams will play test their redesigned games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

 

 

 

Day 1- 9/21/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

                No homework

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/22/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

                No homework

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/23/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/24/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/25/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

 

 

 

Objectives-

 

 

 

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

 

 

 

Activities-

 

 

 

Aleks math training in the computer lab

 

 

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

 

 

 

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lessons- 9/14-9/18

 

Lessons- 9/14-9/18

U.S. HISTORY LESSONS

Week 3 Lessons

Day 1- Monday 9/14

Topic- Test Review

Objectives-

Students will be able to identify the correct answers to all test questions.

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Review activity with the participation ball

c.)   Review of short answer responses and format

d.)   Looking  ahead: Students will review the chapter 1.2 terms together as a class

e.)   With a partner: Students will complete map questions and students will review answers as a class.

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Study for the test that is scheduled for Tuesday, September 15th

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- Tuesday 9/15

Topic- Test day

Objectives-

Students will complete and pass the chapter 1 exam

 

Activities-

1.)   Chapter 1 exam

2.)   Primary Source reading

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- Wednesday 9/16

Topic- Spain Claims an Empire

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to identify and describe key Spanish explorers in the late 1400s and 1500s.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the reasons why Europeans began to explore in the later 1400s and 1500s.

c.)   Students will be able to identify and describe the various methods of sailing and navigation used by Europeans in the late 1400s and 1500s.

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Review 2.1 vocabulary with the participation ball

c.)   Review the 2.1 outline

d.)   2.1 critical thinking question with a partner

e.)   Looking ahead: Students will review a primary source dealing with European exploration  together as a class

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Read chapter 2.1-2.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- Thursday 9/17

Topic- Spain Claims an Empire

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to identify and describe key Spanish explorers in the late 1400s and 1500s.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the reasons why Europeans began to explore in the later 1400s and 1500s.

c.)   Students will be able to identify and describe the various methods of sailing and navigation used by Europeans in the late 1400s and 1500s.

Activities-

d.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

e.)   Students will work with a partner to respond to the 2.1 “History through Art” Question

f.)     Students will work to finish the 2.1 outline

g.)   Students will examine several pictures of Spanish sailing ships

h.)   Students will write a brief primary source analysis on the document reviewed on Wednesday

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Read chapter 2.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 -9/18

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)     CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

None

 

GAME DESIGN LESSONS

 

Day 1- 9/14/2015

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

 

Activities-

 

a.)   The class will finish redesigning their games

 

b.)   Each group will present and explain their redesigned game

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/15/2015

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

 

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

 

Activities-

 

            -Group 1 and group 2 will exchange and play-test each other’s games.

 

 

 

Homework

 

            Complete the rubric questions for Wednesday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/16/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Students will discuss the challenges that they faced when creating their first game

 

b.)   Students will read Module 2, Lesson 1

 

c.)   Students will respond to the lesson 1 discussion board

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/17/2015

 

 

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Students will discuss the challenges that they faced when creating their first game

 

b.)   Students will read Module 2, Lesson 2 and 3

 

c.)   Students will respond to the lesson 2 discussion board

 

d.)   Students will complete the game design journal entry from lesson 3

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/18/2015

 

Topic- Types of Games Continued

 

Objectives-

 

-Students will be familiar with the steps that game designers take in redesigning games

 

 

 

Activities-

 

a.)   Students will discuss the challenges of redesigning different kinds of games

 

b.)   Students will read Module 2, Lesson 4 and 5

 

c.)   Students will respond to the lesson 5 discussion board

 

d.)   Students will complete the game design journal entry for lessons 4-5- Focus on redesigning games

 

Homework:

 

None

 

 

Algebra 1 Recitation  Lessons 

Day 1- 9/14/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 2- 9/15/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

Day 3- 9/16/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

Day 4- 9/17/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

Day 5- 9/18/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

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Lessons- 9/8-9/12

Week 2

U.S. History

Day 1- Monday 9/8

No School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- Tuesday 9/9

Topic- North American Tribes

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to identify the various indigenous tribes of North America in the years before 1600.

b.)   Students will be able to describe the various environments in which the North American tribes lived.

c.)   Students be able to describe the culture of the North American tribes

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review last week’s material as a class using the participation ball

b.)   Native American Warrior names: Students will engage in a class discussion on the various names that Native American warriors would choose from. Students will discuss the legends surround  Native American’s choosing of names.

c.)   Students will finish the chapter 1.1 notes

d.)   Looking  aheadàStudents will review the chapter 1.2 terms together as a class

e.)   With a partneràStudents will complete map questions and students will review answers as a class.

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Study for the test that is scheduled for Tuesday, September 15th

b.)   Complete the study guide that is due September 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/10/2015

Topic- Societies of Africa

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the various African kingdoms that emerged between 400-1400 A.D.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the historical events that led to the rise of the slave trade in Africa in the 1400-1500s.

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Review key terms from 1.1 and geography of Africa

b.)   Short essay response- Students will complete the essay response question found within their notes packet.

c.)   Looking forward- Introduction to European societies. Students will review the 2.1 terms together as a class and will examine a map of Europe on the Promethean Board. Students will begin thinking about the following question: “What led to so much competition and conflict between European countries during the 1300s through the 1800s?”

d.)   Current events discussion

 

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Study for the test that is scheduled for Tuesday, September 15th

b.)   Complete the study guide that is due September 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/11/2015

Topic- Societies of Europe

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to identify that historical events surrounding the outbreak of the Bubonic Plague in Europe

b.)   Students will be able to describe the results of the Hundred Years War

c.)   Students will be able to identify the reasons why Europeans began looking for a short-cut to Asia

 

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Review key terms from 1.3 and geography of Europe

b.)   Students will complete the 1.2 note taking section of their packets by examining the 1.3 power-point on the Promethean Board

c.)   Students will watch a brief video on the Black Death

d.)   Students will have to time to begin reviewing their study guides as a class. Students will use the participation ball to answer the questions on the study guide

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Study for the test that is scheduled for Tuesday, September 15th

b.)   Complete the study guide that is due September 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/12/2015

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Study for the test that is scheduled for Tuesday, September 15th

b.)   Complete the study guide that is due September 14

 

 

Game Design

Day 1- 9/8/2015

No school

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/9/2015

Topic- Types of Games Continued

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will discuss their responses to their game testing assignment that they completed for homework

b.)   The class will read the article entitled “How are games designed?” individually and will review the instructions for the IDEA Teams project

c.)   Students will continue to develop their games with their IDEA teams

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

            Bring in art materials needed to complete their game redesign

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/10/2015

Topic- Types of Games Continued

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

Activities-

a.)   The class will read the article entitled “How are games designed?” individually and will review the instructions for the IDEA Teams project

b.)   Students will continue to develop their games with their IDEA teams

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

            Bring in art materials needed to complete their game redesign

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/11/2015

Topic- Types of Games Continued

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

Activities-

a.)   The class will finish redesigning their games

b.)   Each group will present and explain their redesigned game

Homework:

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/12/2015

Topic- Types of Games Continued

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

Activities-

a.)   The class will finish redesigning their games

b.)   Each group will present and explain their redesigned game

Homework:

None

 

Algebra 1 Recitation 

Day 1-9/8/2015

No School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/9/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/10/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/11/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/12/2015

Topic- Aleks Math Tutoring

Objectives-

Students will work towards their weekly goal of completing 3 hours of Aleks math tutoring and mastering 15 topics.

Activities-

Aleks math training in the computer lab

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework 

 

Lessons- 8/31-9/4

U.S. History

Week 1

Day 1- 8/31/2015

Topic- Introduction to American History 1

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the course syllabus for American History 1

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

c.)   Students will understand why it is important to study history.

Activities-

a.)   Assign seats

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: 1.) Why is it important to study American history? 2.) What academic goal would you like to achieve this year in history class?

d.)   Distribute textbooks

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Get syllabus signed by parent/guardian

b.)   Read chapter 1.1 in preparation for the quiz on Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/1/2015

Topic- Indigenous Tribes of the Americas

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the Indigenous tribe migrations beginning around 8000-10000 B.C.

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of indigenous tribes

c.)   Students will be able to describe the different indigenous cultures that  formed in the Americas

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Why do we study history?

b.)   Review 1.1 terms as a class with the participation ball

c.)   1.1 migrations map critical thinking questions

d.)   Distribute 1.1 packet and explain the instructions for note keeping

e.)   Before we leave question- Why do you think the various tribes began to split up when they came to the Americas? Jot down two ideas in your class notebook

f.)    Current events discussion

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Have two answers to the “Before we leave” question written in class notebook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/2/2015

Topic- Indigenous Tribes of the Americas Continued

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe the culture of the various Indigenous tribes of the Americas

b.)   Students will be able to describe the Spanish conquest of the Aztecs

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Brief review of the items discussed in the previous lesson, quick review of the “Before we leave” question responses from the previous day

b.)   Students will examine the computer model of the Aztec capital and will answer the following question in their class notebooks- “What does this artistic representation of Tenochtitlan tell you about the Aztec people?”

c.)   Students will highlight key ideas from the 1.1 Indigenous Societies power-point

d.)   Students will respond to the following question in their notebooks- “What are some ways that Native American cultures have had long lasting impacts on our society?” List two ways.

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Have two answers to the “Before we leave” question written in class notebook

b.)   Read 1.2 “Societies of Africa”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/3/2015

Topic- 1.2 Societies of Africa

Objectives-

a.)   Describe African kingdoms before 1200 and how they were influenced by Africa’s three geographic zones

b.)   Identify the ways that later African kingdoms acquired resources

c.)   Describe the development of the slave trade in Africa

Activities-

a.)   Recap discussion with the participation ball- Review the “Before we go” question from the previous day as a class

b.)   Review the 1.2 terms with the participation ball

c.)   With a partner students will read through section 1.2 and respond to questions 3-5 in the section review questions in their class notebooks

d.)   Students will be given the prompt for the essay response question for chapter 1 and will begin responding to the question in their note packet

e.)   When students are done responding to the essay response question, they will utilize the map on page 14 in their textbooks and a world map to label the map at the end of the chapter 1 packet

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Students will finish labeling their maps if they have not already done so

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/3/2015

Topic- Current Events

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the locations of key items on the chapter 1 map

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe major current events that are happening around the world

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will come to the front of the classroom to label the chapter 1 map on the Promethean Board. The class will check their maps to make sure that they have the correct labeling.

b.)   Brief quiz based on the material covered during the week

c.)   Class discussion- Students will receive a Junior Scholastic magazine and will take a few moments to read through the news headlines. They will pick one headline and describe why that article stood out to them. After students are done working, the class will engage in a discussion regarding the news headlines.

d.)   Article reading- Students will read an article selected by the teacher and will answer reading questions in their class notebooks. Students will review and discuss possible answers a class following the reading activity

e.)   Map exercise- Students will examine a map relating to the article that they just read. They will answer a series of map questions with a partner in their class notebooks

f.)    CNN Student News

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Students will read chapter 1.3 “Societies of Europe”

Students will begin filling out their chapter 1 study guide included in their notes packets

 

 

Game Design

 

Day 1- 8/31/2015

Topic- Introduction to Game Design

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the course syllabus for Game Design

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

c.)   Students will understand why it is important to study the theories and methodologies behind game design

Activities-

a.)   Assign seats

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: 1.) Why is it important to study the theories and methodologies behind game design? 2.) What academic goal would you like to achieve this semester in game design?

d.)   Distribute Google Chromebooks and review procedures for student login to the Zulama website. Students will also take a brief tutorial of the website and will be given time to look around the site and get familiar with the different features that are included

e.)   Students will answer the following questions in their class notebooks: Before we leave- What is your favorite game? What makes this your favorite game?

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

a.)   Get syllabus signed by parent/guardian

b.)   Respond to the “Before we leave” question in class notebook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/1/2015

Topic- What is a game exactly?

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to define and identify what a game is

b.)   Students will be able to identify the various types of games

c.)   Students will be able to describe what it means when someone says that a game is fun

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review the “Before we leave” question from yesterday as a class

b.)   Students will login to the Zulama website and will read the article in lesson 1, “What is a Game Exactly?”

c.)   Students will go to the discussion thread at the bottom of the article and will briefly discuss possible answers to the question with a partner. Students will jot down ideas in their class notebooks

d.)   Students will post a 3-5 sentence comment on the discussion board

e.)   Before we go- With a partner- Name a game that involves a high amount of strategy. Briefly describe why strategy is important in that game:

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Respond to the “Before we leave” question in class notebook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/2/2015

Topic- Types of Games

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to describe what makes a game fun

b.)   Students will be able to identify and describe the different types of games

c.)   Students will compare and contrast the different types of games

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review the “Before we leave” question from yesterday as a class.

b.)   As a class, students will review discussion board comments

c.)   Students will read the article on Zulama’s website entitled “Types of Games” and will respond to the Gaming Journal prompt in the center of the article

d.)   Students will engage in a discussion on the types of games. Students will list games that follow in various categories and will place them on the whiteboard

e.)   Before we go- What is true about games no matter what the genre?

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

Respond to the “Before we leave” question in class notebook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4- 9/3/2015

Topic- Types of Games Continued

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be able to identify and describe the various types of games

b.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

c.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review the “Before we go” question from yesterday

b.)   The class will read the article entitled “How are games designed?” individually and will review the instructions for the IDEA Teams project

c.)   The teacher will split students into groups of five and the IDEA Teams will have time to begin collaborating and working on their game ideas

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

            No Homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/4/2015

Topic- Types of Games Continued

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be familiar with the basic procedures taken by designers when creating new games

b.)   Students will be able to effectively work with an IDEA Team to complete a project

Activities-

a.)   Recap- Students will review the “Before we go” question from yesterday

b.)   The class will read the article entitled “How are games designed?” individually and will review the instructions for the IDEA Teams project

c.)   The teacher will split students into groups of five and the IDEA Teams will have time to begin collaborating and working on their game ideas

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

            No Homework

 

 

Algebra 1

Day 1- 8/31/2015

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Assign seats

b.)   Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

c.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: What academic goal would you like to achieve this semester in Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation?

d.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2- 9/1/2015

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3- 9/2/2015

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

a.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

b.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

a.)   Casio Prism Review

b.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4 – 9/4/2015

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

c.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

d.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

e.)   Assign seats

f.)    Distribute and review the course syllabus- Class procedures, class agenda, signing out, grading, participation, yellow card system, course overview, etc.

g.)   Distribute notecards- Students will write their first and last name on the card and will take a few minutes to answer the following questions: What academic goal would you like to achieve this semester in Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation?

h.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5- 9/5/2015

Topic- Introduction to Keystone Algebra 1 Recitation

Objectives-

c.)   Students will be master the skills necessary to score proficient or greater on the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam.

d.)   Students will set academic goals that they would like to achieve during the school year

Activities-

c.)   Casio Prism Review

d.)   Algebra 1 skills worksheet with a partner

Homework: Students will record the following in their agenda book-

                No homework