Honors US History I ~ Green Class 2  
Term 2 ~ Week 5
 

Friday
12-14


Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Class: activator ~ Turnitin signup/registration?

Class: group review ~ Jackson DBQ, review of documents and "bucketing" the documents; click here for some serious bucketage

Class: group review ~ Jackson DBQ Essay assignment, Thesis & Intro paragraph document @ classroom

Class: independent work ~ Jackson DBQ, drafting Thesis & Intro paragraph document for DBQ essay



HWcomplete thesis statement & intro paragraph for Jackson DBQ essay @ classroom

HWcomplete DBQ bucketing document & DBQ Document Analysis sheet if needed


 

Thursday
12-13

Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Class: activator ~ recent assignments @ Classroom

Class: independent work ~ Jackson DBQ, Bucketing document for DBQ sources (complete) @ Google Classroom



HWcomplete DBQ bucketing document & DBQ Document Analysis sheet if needed


 


Wednesday
12-12

Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Class: activator ~ recent assignments @ Classroom

Class: group review ~ The Age of Jackson; click here to see the slides

Class: independent work ~ Jackson DBQ, Bucketing document for DBQ sources (begin) @ Google Classroom



HWcomplete DBQ analysis sheet if needed


 

Monday
12-10



Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Class: activator ~ recent assignments @ Classroom

Class: group review ~ Jackson DBQ sources

Class: independent work ~ Jackson DBQ Project: analyzing documents, collecting info (continued) 


HW: complete DBQ analysis sheet if needed



Term 2 ~ Week 4
 
Friday
12-7


Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Class: primary source activity ~ Andrew Jackson political cartoons; check Google Classroom for assignment details (complete)

Class: independent work ~ Jackson DBQ Project: analyzing documents, collecting info (continued) 



HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Presidential Timeline Assignment


 

Thursday
12-6



Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Class: activator ~ issues during Jackson Era?

Class: viewing video ~ Crash Course US History #14, Age of Jackson (14 min)

Class: primary source activity ~ Andrew Jackson political cartoons; check Google Classroom for assignment details (begin)



HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Presidential Timeline Assignment


 

Wednesday
12-5

half day ~ short classes



Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Class: activator ~ Jackson Inauguration party?

Class: brief review ~ Jackson DBQ sources

Class: independent work ~ Jackson DBQ Project: analyzing documents, collecting info (continued) 



HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Presidential Timeline Assignment


 

Monday
12-3



Daily Objectivesreview the development and expansion of the USA 1820-1840; review the changes to US Democracy during the Jackson administration and understand the social & political issues of the Jacksonian era

Classactivator ~ Andrew Jackson & changes in American Democracy in the 1830's

Andrew Jackson...what a nutty guy!

Be like Jackson?

Man who...Portrait?

Jackson Portrait?


Class: group review ~ DBQ Project: "How Democratic was Andrew Jackson?"; reviewing documents & central question

Class: group review ~ Jackson DBQ Project: Hook exercise & background essay

Class: independent work ~ Jackson DBQ Project: analyzing documents, collecting info (begin) 



HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Presidential Timeline Assignment



Term 2 ~ Week 3
 

Friday
11-30



Daily Objectivesreview the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1820; review the development and expansion of the USA through 1820; understand the domestic & foreign issues dominating US politics in the early 1800's

Classactivator ~ Era of Good Feelings?

presidential timeline


Class: viewing video ~ portions of "The Presidents" series, segments on Madison, Monroe, JQ Adams

video link (Madison-Monroe)

video link 2 (JQ Adams-Jackson)



Class: group review ~ Andrew Jackson & changes in American Democracy in the 1830's




HWcomplete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 3 @ Google Classroom

HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Presidential Timeline Assignment


 

Thursday
11-29


Daily Objectivesreview the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1820; review the development and expansion of the USA through 1820; understand the domestic & foreign issues dominating US politics in the early 1800's

Classactivator ~ War of 1812 outcomes? (from classwork/journal prompt 3)

Class: independent work ~ Presidential Timeline Info assignment, collecting info & links about assigned Presidential administrations (complete?)

Class: independent work ~ Presidential Timeline Info assignment, printing images, adding info/content to whole-class timeline (paper timeline, wall of classroom)



HWcomplete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 3 @ Google Classroom

HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Presidential Timeline Assignment


 

Wednesday
11-28

Daily Objectivesreview the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1820; review the development and expansion of the USA through 1820; understand the domestic & foreign issues dominating US politics in the early 1800's

Classactivator ~ Intro to the War of 1812? (click here for an interesting picture that tells us a bit about how this War went for the young USA)

Classgroup review ~ War of 1812 animated map

Classviewing video ~ Crash Course US History #11, The War of 1812

Class: independent work ~ begin Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 3. outcomes of the War of 1812



HWcomplete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 3 @ Google Classroom

HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Presidential Timeline Assignment


 


Monday
11-26


Daily Objectivesreview the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1820; review the development and expansion of the USA through 1820; understand the domestic & foreign issues dominating US politics in the early 1800's

Class: brief review ~ Lewis & Clark?

Class: group review ~ Presidential Timeline Info assignment @ Google Classroom; reviewing assignment details, source links, assigning student subjects

Class: independent work ~ Presidential Timeline Info assignment, collecting info & links about assigned Presidential administrations (begin)




HWcomplete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 3 @ Google Classroom

HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 2 @ Google Classroom




GOBBLE GOBBLE

Term 2 ~ No School Wednesday-Friday
 


Monday
11-19


Daily Objectivesreview the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1810; review the development of the US government under Jefferson, the effects of the Louisiana Purchase & the early exploration of the American west

Class: map review ~ the USA during Jefferson presidency, the Louisiana Purchase, Lewis & Clark expedition; 


first map (USA in 1804)

one more map (LC route)

yet another map (Mo. river)

yes, another map (future territorial gains)


Class: viewing video ~ "Lewis & Clark, the Great Journey West"; click here for the video




HWcomplete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 2 @ Google Classroom

HWif necessary, complete & submit Pageant Ch. 10 Review questions @ Classroom



Term 2 ~ Week 1
 


Friday
11-16


Daily Objectivesreview the development of the early US government under Washington & Adams; review the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1810

Class: brief review ~ recent work, Ch. 10 text questions

Class: slideshow lecture ~ Building the New Nation 1789-1802; click here for the slides of knowledge



HWif necessary, complete & submit Pageant Ch. 10 Review questions @ Classroom

HWif necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 1 @ Google Classroom (crash course questions)


 
 

Thursday
11-15

Daily Objectivesreview the development of the early US government under Washington & Adams; review the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1810

Class: brief review ~ recent work, Articles of US Constitution

Class: reviewing text ~ working through summary & review document for Pageant Ch. 10, Launching the Ship of State; check classroom for assignment details (complete?)



HW: if necessary, complete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 1 @ Google Classroom (crash course questions)


 

Wednesday
11-14

Daily Objectivesreview the development of the early US government under Washington & Adams; review the course & events of the early presidential administrations between 1790 and 1810

Class: brief review ~ recent work, Articles of US Constitution

Class: viewing video ~ Crash Course US History #9: Where American Politics Came From

Class: reviewing text ~ working through summary & review document for Pageant Ch. 10, Launching the Ship of State; check classroom for assignment details (begin)



HWcomplete & submit Quarter 2 Journal Prompt 1 @ Google Classroom (crash course questions)




End of Quarter 1


Term 1 ~ Week 10 ~ No School Tuesday ~ Last Week of Quarter 1
 

Friday
11-9


Daily Objectivesunderstand the events & debates leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ Bill of Rights?

Class: group review ~ Bill of Rights Amendments...freedoms & their limits?; click for the slides of freedom



HW:  complete & submit any outstanding assignments in Google Classroom as needed


 


Thursday
11-8

Daily Objectivesunderstand the events & debates leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ Bill of Rights?

Class: primary source review ~ The Bill of Rights Amendments; complete & submit summaries of Amendments 1-10

Class: group review ~ Bill of Rights Amendments...freedoms & their limits?; click for the slides of freedom



HW:  complete & submit any outstanding assignments in Google Classroom as needed


 


Wednesday
11-7

Daily Objectivesunderstand the events & debates leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ mid-term election results, national & local results; effects on checks & balances?

Class: brief review ~ constitution assignment, progress?

Class: whole class discussion ~ What are our most important freedoms/rights as citizens? Reflected in Articles of Constitution?

Class: viewing video ~ The Bill of Rights (30 min, DVD)

Class: primary source review ~ The Bill of Rights Amendments; check Google Classroom for assignment details (intro assignment, begin)



HW:  complete & submit any outstanding assignments in Google Classroom as needed



 

Monday
11-5



Daily Objectivesunderstand the events & debates leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ The Constitution in the News; click here for the broohaha

Class: CONSTITUTION KAHOOT! GET SOME!


Class: brief review ~ constitution assignment, progress?

Class: internet activity ~ Breaking Down the US Constitution; continue working through organizer document @ Google Classroom


or...viewing video ~ Crash Course US Government & Politics #3, Checks & Balances



HW:  complete & submit Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 7; Check Google Classroom for the assignment

HW:  complete & submit Breaking Down the US Constitution from recent classwork



Term 1 ~ Week 9
 

Friday
11-2

Daily Objectivesreview first attempts at the foundation of the United States Government; review the founding documents of US democracy and understand the course & events leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: brief review ~ essential questions re: contents & ratification of the Constitution (APUSH site)

Class: internet activity ~ Breaking Down the US Constitution; continue working through organizer document @ Google Classroom



HW: as needed, complete vocab & review questions from Americans Ch 5 (from classwork) @ Classroom

HWif necessary, complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 6; Check Google Classroom for the assignment


 


Thursday
11-1



Daily Objectivesreview first attempts at the foundation of the United States Government; review the founding documents of US democracy and understand the course & events leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: viewing video ~ The Constitution...three branches (4 min)

Class: internet activity ~ Breaking Down the US Constitution; check Google Classroom for assignment details



HW: as needed, complete vocab & review questions from Americans Ch 5 (from classwork) @ Classroom

HWif necessary, complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 6; Check Google Classroom for the assignment


 


Wednesday
10-31



Daily Objectivesreview first attempts at the foundation of the United States Government; review the founding documents of US democracy and understand the course & events leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ historic origins of Halloween?

link 1

link 2


Class: viewing video ~ Crash Course US History 8, The Articles & the Constitution; crash course US 8 Constitution etc

Class: reviewing text ~ vocab & review questions from Americans Ch 5 sections on writing & ratifying the Constitution, elements of the Constitution; check Google Classroom for assignment details (complete)



HW: as needed, complete vocab & review questions from Americans Ch 5 (from classwork) @ Classroom

HWif necessary, complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 6; Check Google Classroom for the assignment


 


Monday
10-29




Daily Objectivesreview first attempts at the foundation of the United States Government; review the founding documents of US democracy and understand the course & events leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ describe the government of the USA today? 

Class: brief review ~ the branches of the US Government; click here

Class: reviewing text ~ vocab & review questions from Americans Ch 5 sections on writing & ratifying the Constitution, elements of the Constitution; check Google Classroom for assignment details



HWcomplete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 6; Check Google Classroom for the assignment

HW: as needed, complete & submit Article of Confederation slides from classwork



Term 1 ~ Week 8
 


Friday
10-26




Daily Objectivesreview first attempts at the foundation of the United States Government; review the founding documents of US democracy and understand the course & events leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ Articles of Fail?

Class: viewing video: "The Revolution" episode 10, "Making a Nation" (end of war, AoC & the writing of the Constitution)



HW: as needed, complete & submit Article of Confederation slides from classwork


 


Thursday
10-25




Daily Objectivesreview first attempts at the foundation of the United States Government; review the founding documents of US democracy and understand the course & events leading to the ratification of the  US Constitution; review key elements of the new US government established by the US Constitution in the 1790's

Class: activator ~ Articles of Fail?

Class: activator ~ viewing video: Hip Hughes, Articles of Confederation (13 min); click here for the video

Class: internet activity ~ (complete) Why Did the Articles of Confederation Fail?; click here for assignment details



HW: as needed, complete & submit Article of Confederation slides from classwork


 

Wednesday
10-24


half day 
short classes



Daily Objectivesreview American victory in Revolutionary War and the foundation of the United States Government; review the aftermath of the War & the many issues facing the new US government of the 1780's

Class: activator ~ surrender at Yorktown in 1781; click here for the very brief video

Class: activator ~ what kind of government did the USA form after achieving independence? (quick brainstorm)

Class: internet activity ~ (begin) Why Did the Articles of Confederation Fail?; click here for assignment details



HW: as needed, complete & submit group timeline posters


 

Monday
10-22


Daily Objectives: review the course & events of the American War for Independence; understand the British & American strategies for winning the war, the course of events leading the the American victory in 1783, and the effects of the War on American society

Class: vocab quiz ~ Revolutionary War vocab (at formative.com)

Class: group project ~ Revolutionary Timeline: creating timeline, adding content, printing & adding images etc.


last class to work on timelines



HW: as needed, complete & submit group timeline posters



Term 1 ~ Week 7
 

Friday
10-19


Daily Objectives: review the course & events of the American War for Independence; understand the British & American strategies for winning the war, the course of events leading the the American victory in 1783, and the effects of the War on American society

Class: viewing video ~ Crash Course US History, ""Who Won the American Revolution?"; click here for the video

Class: group project ~ Revolutionary Timeline: creating timeline, adding content, printing & adding images etc.



HW: if necessary, complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 5; Check Google Classroom for the assignment

HW: if necessary, complete ~ "Declaration of Textapendence" activity & submit file @ Classroom


Review Vocab for Quiz on Monday


 


Thursday
10-18



Daily Objectives: review the course & events of the American War for Independence; understand the British & American strategies for winning the war, the course of events leading the the American victory in 1783, and the effects of the War on American society

Class: vocab review ~ quizlet live group vocab review game w/ Revolutionary War vocab terms

Class: brief review ~ War for Independence vocab review @ Quizlet (link in Google Classroom)

Class: group project ~ Revolutionary Timeline: creating a timeline of key events in American War of Independence; check Google Classroom for the assignment details



HW: complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 5; Check Google Classroom for the assignment

HW: if necessary, complete ~ "Declaration of Textapendence" activity & submit file @ Classroom


Review Vocab for Quiz on Monday


 


Wednesday
10-17


Daily Objectives: review the course & events of the American War for Independence; understand the British & American strategies for winning the war, the course of events leading the the American victory in 1783, and the effects of the War on American society

Class: brief review ~ War for Independence, Ch. 8 of the Pageant text

Class: brief review ~ War for Independence vocab review @ Quizlet (link in Google Classroom)

Class: group project ~ Revolutionary Timeline: creating a timeline of key events in American War of Independence; check Google Classroom for the assignment details



HW: complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 5; Check Google Classroom for the assignment

HW: if necessary, complete ~ "Declaration of Textapendence" activity & submit file @ Classroom


Review Vocab for Quiz on Monday



 


Monday
10-15


Daily Objectives: understand the events leading to the Declaration of Independence and the immediate effects of declaring independence in 1775; understand the democratic ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence

Class: brief review ~ "Declaration of Textapendence"?

Class: viewing video ~ Story of Us,  "Revolution" (Revolutionary War); click here



HW: complete ~ "Declaration of Textapendence" activity & submit file @ Classroom

HW: complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 5; Check Google Classroom for the assignment



Term 1 ~ Week 6
 
Friday
10-12


Daily Objectives: understand the events leading to the Declaration of Independence and the immediate effects of declaring independence in 1775; understand the democratic ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence

Class: brief review ~ Declaration of Independence main ideas? 

Class: group review ~ Declaration of Independence point for point; click here for the slides of revolutionary bliss

Class: internet activity ~ "Declaration of Textapendence" ; check Google Classroom for the assignment details



HW: Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 5: Check Google Classroom for the assignment


Complete DBQ Graphic Organizer If Necessary


 

Thursday
 10-11



Daily Objectives: understand the events leading to the Declaration of Independence and the immediate effects of declaring independence in 1775; understand the democratic ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence

Class: brief review ~ Declaration of Independence? 

click here for the School House Rock!


Class: independent/partner work ~ breaking down & summarizing key points from Declaration of Independence 

Class: group review ~ Declaration of Independence point for point; click here for the slides of revolutionary bliss




DBQ Graphic Organizer Due Tomorrow


 


Wednesday
 10-10



Daily Objectives: understand the events leading to the Declaration of Independence and the immediate effects of declaring independence in 1775; understand the democratic ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence

Class: brief review ~  Colonial Identity DBQ, DBQ Graphic Organizer doc @ Google Classroom

Class: group review ~ Understanding the Declaration of Independence assignment;  details & links @ Google Classroom

Class: independent/partner work ~ breaking down & summarizing key points from Declaration of Independence 


click here to review the Declaration 




DBQ Graphic Organizer Due Friday 


HW: complete DBQ Graphic Organizer document @ Google Classroom; due Friday



Term 1 ~ Week 5
 

Thursday
 10-4

Daily Objectives: understand the development of democratic ideals & the popularization of democratic ideas during the Revolutionary era; understand the events leading to the Declaration of Independence and the immediate effects of declaring independence in 1775

Class: brief review ~  DBQ Bucketing Document & Graphic Organizer

Class: activator ~ Declaration of Independence, 3 things?

Class: viewing video ~ portions of "The Revolution" series on first phase of American Revolution, 1775-76



HW: complete DBQ Bucketing Document & Graphic Organizer, adding info from DBQ summaries to bucketing doc

HW: as needed, complete all assigned work in Google Classroom


 

Wednesday
 10-3

Daily Objectives: understand the development of democratic ideals & the popularization of democratic ideas during the Revolutionary era; understand the events leading to the Declaration of Independence and the immediate effects of declaring independence in 1775

Class: activator ~ Why did they Declare Independence?

Class: Colonial Identity DBQ; review of documents & collection of info in Document Analysis Sheet @ Google Classroom



HW: complete DBQ Bucketing Document, adding info from DBQ summaries to bucketing doc

HW: if necessary, complete Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 4: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 

HW: if necessary, complete & submit Colonial Identity DBQ Document Analysis sheet @ Google Classroom


 



Monday
 10-1



Daily Objectives: understand the development of democratic ideals & the popularization of democratic ideas during the Revolutionary era; understand the events leading to the Declaration of Independence and the immediate effects of declaring independence in 1775

Class: activator ~ what are the most basic, fundamental rights people should have in any good society? (click here for mentimeter)

Class: group review ~ The Enlightenment & the Background to the  Declaration of Independence; click here for the presentation slides

Class: group review ~ The Declaration of Independence, background & main ideas; click here for the presentation slides


Class: Colonial Identity DBQ; review of documents & collection of info in Document Analysis Sheet @ Google Classroom



HW: Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 4: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 

HW: if necessary, complete & submit Colonial Identity DBQ Document Analysis sheet @ Google Classroom



Term 1 ~ Week 4
 

Friday
 9-28



Daily Objectives: review the political, social & economic background to the American Revolution; understand the development of democratic ideals & the popularization of democratic ideas during the Revolutionary era

Class: activator ~ who are these men?

one guy

another guy

a third guy

guy the fourth

the last guy


Class: Colonial Identity DBQ; review of documents & collection of info in Document Analysis Sheet @ Google Classroom



HW: complete & submit Colonial Identity DBQ Document Analysis sheet @ Google Classroom

HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 3: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 


 

Thursday
 9-27


Daily Objectives: review the political, social & economic background to the American Revolution; understand the development of democratic ideals & the popularization of democratic ideas during the Revolutionary era

Class: activator ~ who are these men?

Class: viewing video ~ portions of "Founding Fathers" series (road to revolution)

Class: Colonial Identity DBQ; review of documents & collection of info in Document Analysis Sheet @ Google Classroom



HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 3: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 

HW: if necessary groups need to submit one copy of their completed "British Policies Leading to the American Revolution" assignment


 


Wednesday
 9-26

Daily Objectives: review the political, social & economic background to the American Revolution; understand the development of democratic ideals & the popularization of democratic ideas during the Revolutionary era

Class: brief review ~ path to revolution?

Class: group review ~ British Policies Leading to the American Revolution, reviewing info from student slides (wrap up)

Class: group review ~ Colonial Identity DBQ; reviewing central question & documents for DBQ Essay assignment


click here for the DBQ Materials


Class: Colonial Identity DBQ; begin review of documents & collection of info in Document Analysis Sheet @ Google Classroom



HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 3: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 

HW: if necessary groups need to submit one copy of their completed "British Policies Leading to the American Revolution" assignment


 

Monday
 9-24


Daily Objectives: review the political, social & economic background to the American Revolution; understand the development of democratic ideals & the popularization of democratic ideas during the Revolutionary era

Class: brief review ~ Colonial Vocab quiz q&a

Class: viewing video ~ Crash Course US History, Prelude to Revolution

Class: brief review ~ British Policies Leading to the American Revolution (from recent classwork/homework)

Class: whole class activity ~ groups adding info about policies/timeline events to whole-class slideshow


click here for the shared slides


Class: group review ~ British Policies Leading to the American Revolution, reviewing info from student slides (begin)




HW: Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 3: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 

HW: if necessary, complete your portion of the British Policies assignment @ Google Classroom; groups should submit one copy of their completed assignment



Term 1 ~ Week 3
 

Friday
 9-21


Daily Objectives: review the development of the British Colonies in North America & colonial society in the years before the American Revolution; understand the development of different economic & social systems in the different regions within the American colonies of the 1700s

Class: vocab quiz ~ Colonial Society

Class: group/partner activity ~ British Policies Leading to the American Revolution; check Google Classroom for assignment details (continued)



HW: complete your portion of the British Policies assignment @ Google Classroom


 


Thursday
 9-20



Daily Objectives: review the development of the British Colonies in North America & colonial society in the years before the American Revolution; understand the development of different economic & social systems in the different regions within the American colonies of the 1700s

Class: activator ~ vocab for quiz, Ch. 5 key point summaries

Class: slideshow lecture ~ The Seven Years War & the Battle for Control of North America; click here to be informed

Class: group/partner activity ~ British Policies Leading to the American Revolution; check Google Classroom for assignment details (begin)



HW: study terms & definitions for vocab quiz tomorrow

HW: if necessary, complete & submit Ch. 5 Colonial Society key point summary @ Google Classroom


VOCAB QUIZ TOMORROW

CLICK HERE OR CHECK IN CLASSROOM FOR LIST OF TERMS & DEFINITIONS


 

Wednesday
 9-19


half-day
short classes



Daily Objectives: review the development of the British Colonies in North America & colonial society in the years before the American Revolution; understand the development of different economic & social systems in the different regions within the American colonies of the 1700s

Class: activator ~ vocab for quiz, Ch. 5 key point summaries

Class: viewing video ~ portions of "The Unfinished Nation-Divergent Paths" (VOD); 26 min, Colonial society before American Revolution



HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 2: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 

HW: if necessary, complete & submit Ch. 5 Colonial Society key point summary @ Google Classroom


VOCAB QUIZ FRIDAY

CLICK HERE OR CHECK IN CLASSROOM FOR LIST OF TERMS & DEFINITIONS



 

Monday
 9-17


Daily Objectives: review the development of the British Colonies in North America & colonial society in the years before the American Revolution; understand the development of different economic & social systems in the different regions within the American colonies of the 1700s

Class: activator ~ three ways regional American colonies differed?

click here to suggest some answers (poll)



Geography

Economy

Politics

Religion


The Chart


Class: vocab activity ~ quizlet live review of vocab  terms & definitions 



HW: Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 2: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details terms & definitions 

HW: if necessary, complete & submit Ch. 5 Colonial Society key point summary @ Google Classroom


VOCAB QUIZ FRIDAY

CLICK HERE OR CHECK IN CLASSROOM FOR LIST OF TERMS & DEFINITIONS



Term 1 ~ Week 2
 

Friday
 9-14


Daily Objectives: introduction to the political/social world of mid-18th Century North American Colonies; review the development of the British Colonies in North America & colonial society in the years before the American Revolution

Class: brief review ~ Ch, 5 of the Text, Sections

click here for Ch. 5 of the text in sad black & white


Class: reviewing text ~ Ch. 5, Colonial Society, completing key point summary; check google classroom for assignment details



HW: Colonial Society Vocabulary; check Google Classroom for assignment details

HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 1: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details


 

Thursday
 9-13

Daily Objectives: introduction to the political/social world of mid-18th Century North American Colonies; review the development of the British Colonies in North America in the 1700s

Class: activator  ~ map review ~ North America in 1750

map 1: 1750ish

map 2: Effects of7 Years War


Class: mapping activity ~ North America in 1750 (complete)

Class: intro to text ~ American Pageant Ch. 5-6, Colonial Society/The Duel for North America; reviewing main ideas & vocab (review paper copies of textbook)

Class: reviewing text ~ Ch. 5, Colonial Society, completing key point summary; check google classroom for assignment details



HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 1: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details


 


Wednesday
 9-12


Daily Objectives: introduction to the political/social world of mid-18th Century North American Colonies; review the developments of the British Colonies in North America in the 1700s

Class: activator  ~ what are those pesky 5 Themes again?

Class: mapping activity ~ North America in 1750; check Google Classroom for the assignment details (paper maps)


if time

Class: intro to text ~ American Pageant Ch. 5-6, Colonial Society/The Duel for North America; reviewing main ideas & vocab



HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 1: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details


 



Monday
 9-10



Daily Objectives: introduction to the 5 Themes of History, seeing 5 Themes in historic events & current events; introduction to the political/social world of the mid 18th Century

Class: activator  ~ what are those pesky 5 Themes again?

Class: internet activity ~ The 5 Themes of History & Current Events; complete collecting current events examples (began last class)

Class: group review ~ 5 Themes news articles, contents & connections




HW: if necessary, Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 1: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details



Term 1 ~ Week 1
 

Friday
 9-7



Daily Objectives: introduction to the 5 Themes of History, seeing 5 Themes in historic events & current events

Class: activator ~ Do you remember the 5 Themes of History?

Class: internet activity (w/partner)  ~ The 5 Themes of History & Current Events; reviewing news articles & collecting examples of each of the 5 Themes (paper, begin)

    if time...

    Class: group review ~ 5 Themes news articles, contents & connections



    HW: Quarter 1 Journal Prompt 1: Check Google Classroom for the assignment & details

    HW: get your technology in order ASAP


     
    Thursday
     9-6


    Daily Objectives: introduction to the 5 Themes of History, seeing 5 Themes in historic events & current events

    Class: activator ~ Do you remember the 5 Themes of History?

    Class: group review ~ The 5 Themes of Historyclick here to view the fabulous extremely pithy & informative slideshow

    Class: viewing video ~ Crash Course US History #5: The 7 Years War



    HW: get your technology in order ASAP; we will begin to use computers in class this Friday


     

    Wednesday
     9-5

    Daily Objectives: teacher, classroom & course intro

    Class: attendance, introductions & niceties

    Class: very brief into to classroom expectations & course content

    Class: group activity ~ clueless timeline game/competition

    Class: group review ~ clueless timeline info/results



    HW: get your technology in order ASAP; we will begin to use computers in class this Friday