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Ashley Silas

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Week of April 2rd Due: Sunday April 29, 2018
FOCUS: SBAC week-In Social Studies we will focus on African Americans at mid-century and conditions they faced in America

Monday/Tuesday: Ch. 20 Notes, review Qs #1 and #2 HW: Finish review Qs, Wednesday/Thursday: Quilt Spuares, HW: Complete 1 square, Friday: Many Rivers to Cross, Complete 2nd Quilt Square, HW: Complete Both Quilt Squares

ASSESSMENTS: Students must complete both quilt squares and review sheet for credit for this standard.

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Ch. 20-African Americans at Mid-Century
Week of April 23rd Due: Sunday April 29, 2018
FOCUS: SBAC week-In Social Studies we will focus on African Americans at mid-century and conditions they faced in America

Monday/Tuesday: Ch. 20 Notes, review Qs #1 and #2 HW: Finish review Qs, Wednesday/Thursday: Quilt Spuares, HW: Complete 1 square, Friday: Many Rivers to Cross, Complete 2nd Quilt Square, HW: Complete Both Quilt Squares

ASSESSMENTS: Students must complete both quilt squares and review sheet for credit for this standard.

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Ch. 20-African Americans at Mid-Century
ch-20-textbook

Past Assignments

Week of April 16th Due: Sunday April 22, 2018
FOCUS: We will be focusing on the World's of the North and the South and the essential question, "How does where you live affect the challenges you face?

Monday/Tuesday: Work on Worlds of the North and South Group Activity HW: Complete poster and start determining which region you'd live in, Wednesday: Begin Presentations, graphic organizer, HW: Select evidence, Thursday: Finish presentations, select final evidence for the region you would choose, HW: Review for Assessment, Friday: Ch. 19 Unit Assessment HW: None

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by an in class writing assessment determining which region they would have chosen to live in and reasoning why Friday April 20th

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ch-19-textbook
Ch. 19-Worlds of North and South
north-vs-south-compare-and-contrast
worlds-of-the-north-and-south-graphic-org-docx
Week of April 9th Due: Sunday April 15, 2018
FOCUS: We will focus on the Era of Reform and the essential question, "To what extent have reform movements improved the lives of Americans?"

Monday: Introduce Reformer Dolls, begin researching reformer, HW: Study for Assessment, Tuesday/Wednesday: Continue to work on Reformer Dolls, and complete HW: Study for Assessment, Thursday: Ch. 18 Era of Reform Unit Assessment, Friday: Begin Worlds of the North and South, HW: None

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed on an in class short response writing assessment on two reform movements Thursday April 12th

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Ch. 18-Rebels with a Cause!
Life Size Reformers
FOCUS: We will focus on Westward expansion and the motives, hardships, and legacies of groups that moved West. We will also begin our Era of Reform

Monday: Welcome back , procedures, Review for Assessment HW: Study for assessment Tuesday, Tuesday: Westward Expansion Assessment HW: None, Wednesday: Begin notes on transcendentalists, prison, and education reform, Start Ch. 18 Reading Notes Packet HW: None, Thursday: Notes on Women and Abolitionists, Ch. 18 Reading notes packet, HW: Finish Packet, Friday: Begin Reformer Dolls HW: Complete Research for Dolls

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by an in class unit assessment Tuesday April 2nd

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Ch. 18-Rebels with a Cause!
Ch. 18- Study Guide
Life Size Reformers
Week of March 12th Due: Sunday March 18, 2018
FOCUS: We will focus on Manifest Destiny and explore the essential question, "Was US expansion justified?"

Monday: Finish Map, begin Ch. 16 Note-taking HW: Study group motives for group, Tuesday: Finish Note-taking, study motives, hardships, and legacies HW: Finish Ch. 16 Reading notes, Wednesday: Select and go in depth about one group that moved west HW: None, Thursday/Friday: Lewis and Clark film HW: none

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a short answer assessment analyzing the motives, hardships, and legacies of a group that moved West. upon their return from break.

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Ch. 13&15-Manifest Destiny, The Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark
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Week of March 5th Due: Sunday March 11, 2018
FOCUS: Complete Jacksonian Democracy and begin Westward Expansion. We will focus on the essential question, "Was Manifest Destiny or American Expansion justified?"

Monday: Villain Formative, Finish Film, HW: Study for Assessment, Tuesday: Complete Jackson Paragraph, review activity, HW: Study, Wednesday: Andrew Jackson Summative HW: None, Thursday: Introduce Manifest Destiny, Territorial Acquisition Chart, Territorial Acquisition Map HW: Finish Labeling and Coloring Map, Friday: Ch. 15 &16 Vocabulary HW: None

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by an in class unit assessment answering the question, "IN what ways was Andrew Jackson a hero and supporter of democracy or a selfish/self interested hero?" Wednesday March 7th.

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Ch. 13&15-Manifest Destiny, The Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark
Week of February 26th Due: Sunday April 01, 2018
FOCUS: We will focus on the essential question, "Can a person be both a hero and a villain?"

Monday: Complete Project in class, HW: Complete Pop Culture Project, Tuesday: Notes on Andrew Jackson, Vocabulary Matrix, Ch. 14 Reading Notes Packet HW: Complete 14.2-14.3 in Packet, Study Guide, Wednesday: Read and highlight 14.4-14.6, group select evidence, Ch. 14 Reading Notes Packet 14.4-14.6, HW: Study Guide, Thursday: Notes on Jackson's Indian Policy, Geography Challenge, Complete Ch. 14 Packet, HW: Study for Ch. 14 Unit Assessment, Friday: Film: Good, Evil, and the Presidency HW: Study

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a Project Assessment due Tuesday 2/27 and a Ch. 14 Unit Assessment Tuesday March 6th

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ch-14-the-peoples-choice-16-17
ch-14-andrew-jackson-guided-reading-and-notetaking
Week of February 19th Due: Sunday February 25, 2018
FOCUS: We will focus on what it means to be an American today and in the 1800s

Monday: No School, Tuesday: Running Records, Unpack assessment, Notes: Era of Good Feelings, HW: Then and Now Project due February 26th, Wednesday: Work on Comparing and Contrasting being an American in 1800 and 2018, HW: Research topics, Thursday: Work on Comparing and Contrasting being an American in 1800 and 2018, HW: Complete 1st Topic, Friday: Work on Comparing and Contrasting being an American in 1800 and 2018, HW: Complete 2nd Topic

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a project based assessment due Monday February 26th

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Ch. 13-Era of Good Feelings
ch-13-popular-culture-then-and-now-project-2018-docx
Week of February 12th Due: Sunday February 18, 2018
FOCUS: I will be able to analyze the first five President's Foreign Policy positions and answer the essential questions, "To what extent would you avoid conflict to keep the peace?"

Monday : Madison Formative, Presidential Review, Ch. 12 Graphic organizer, HW: Study foldable Tuesday: Monroe Formative, Finish Chapter 12 Graphic Organizer HW: Study, Wednesday: Final ranking with evidence and commentary, final review HW: Study, Thursday: Chapter 12 Assessment, HW: None, Friday: Many Rivers to Cross, HW: None

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed on in an class writing assignment Thursday February 15th

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ch-12-textbook
Ch. 12-John Adams Dilemma
Ch. 12-President Jefferson’s Dilemma
Ch. 12-President Madison’s Dilemma
Ch. 12-President Monroe’s Dilemma
Foreign Policy Review
Week of February 5th Due: Sunday February 11, 2018
FOCUS: I will be able to analyze the first five President's Foreign Policy positions and answer the essential questions, "To what extent would you avoid conflict to keep the peace?"

Monday : Running records, Intro to foreign policy, Preview Ch. 12, Create definition for isolationism vs. involvement, HW: None, Tuesday: Notes on Adams dilemma, Complete Ch. 12 graphic organizer, Select best evidence/actions to support claim, HW: Determine what score you'd give Adams (1-5), Wednesday: Washington and Adams FA, Notes on Jefferson's dilemma, Complete Ch. 12 graphic organizer, select best evidence/actions to support claim, HW: Determine what score you'd give Jefferson, Thursday: Jefferson FA, Notes on Madison's dilemma, Complete Ch. 12 graphic organizer, Select best evidence/actions to support claim, HW: Determine what score you'd give Madison (1-5), Friday: Madison FA, Notes on Monroe's dilemma, Complete Ch. 12 graphic organizer, Select best evidence/actions to support claim, HW: Determine what score you'd give Monroe (1-5)

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed on in an class writing assignment Thursday February 15th

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Ch. 12- Preview
Ch. 12-John Adams Dilemma
Ch. 12-President Jefferson’s Dilemma
Ch. 12-President Madison’s Dilemma
Ch. 12-President Monroe’s Dilemma
Foreign Policy Review
ch-12-textbook
Week of January 29th Due: Sunday February 04, 2018
FOCUS: Can one political party reflect and cater to all people's views?

Monday: Foldable review, Political Banners and Buttons HW: Gather all materials for banner and button Tuesday: Complete Political Banner and Button, HW: Review for Assessment Friday , Wednesday: Notes on the Election of 1800 and 12th Amendment HW: Review for Assessment Friday, Thursday: 12th Amendment Comic, HW: Finish Comic, Friday: Federalist vs. republican Assessment, HW: None

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by in an in class writing assessment on Friday February 2nd

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ch-11-textbook
bannersandbuttons-docx
CH. 11 The Presidency of John Adams
Week of January 22nd Due: Sunday January 28, 2018
FOCUS: Can one political party reflect and cater to all people's views?

Monday: Collect Bill of Rights Projects, George Washington Primary Source, Begin notes on Washington, HW: None, Tuesday: Complete notes on Washington, Washington Q sheet, HW: Complete Washington Q sheet, Wednesday: Film-The Real George Washington, HW: None, Thursday: Hamilton/Jefferson guided note taking and graphic organizer, begin foldable, HW: None, Friday: Complete Foldable HW: Assessment Monday

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by in an in class writing assessment on Friday February 2nd

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george-washington-pp-2018
ch-11-textbook
Week of January 15th Due: Sunday January 21, 2018
FOCUS: We will focus on the Bill of Right and the essential question, "Why is knowing your rights important as an American citizen?"

Monday: No School, Tuesday: Work on 6th and 7th Amendment court cases, HW: Complete 7th Amendment Court Case, Wednesday: Research 8th Amendment Court Case HW: Complete 8th Amendment case, Thursday: Work on 9th and 10th Amendment cases HW: Complete 10th Amendment Court Case, Friday: Finalize Project-Check formatting, spelling, all elements, HW: Complete Bill of Rights Flip Book Assessment

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a project based assessment due Monday January 22nd.

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Week of January 8th Due: Sunday January 14, 2018
FOCUS: We will focus on the Bill of Right and the essential question, "Why is knowing your rights important as an American citizen?"

Monday: Review expectations, review Constitution and Bill of Rights HW: Review Bill of Rights, Complete Step 2 of Project, Tuesday: Begin Researching court case for the 1st Amendment, HW: Complete 1st Amendment Court Case, Wednesday: Research 2nd Amendment Court Case HW: Complete 2nd Amendment case, Thursday: 3rd Amendment court Case and 4th Amendment case HW: Complete 3rd and 4th Amendment Court cases, Friday: 5th and 6th Amendment Court Cases, HW: Complete 5th and 6th amendment cases

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a project based assessment due Friday January 19th.

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Ch. 10-Creating the Bill of Rights PP-Current
Week of December 18th Due: Sunday December 24, 2017
FOCUS: We will focus on the Bill of Right and the essential question, "Why is knowing your rights important as an American citizen?"

Monday: Intro Bill of Rights Flipbook, HW: None, Tuesday: Notes on Amendments 2-4, rewrite Amendments 1-3, HW: Rewrite Amendments 1-3, Wednesday: Notes on Amendments 5-8, rewrite Amendments, HW: Rewrite Amendments 1-8, Thursday: Formative, Notes on Amendments 9-10, Rewrite Amendments 1-10 HW: Complete all rewrites

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a project based assessment due Friday January 19th.

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Ch. 10-Creating the Bill of Rights PP-Current
Week of December 11th Due: Sunday December 17, 2017
FOCUS: We will be focusing on the Constitution and the EQ, "How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?”

Monday: Peer edit Body paragraphs, write intro and conclusions HW: Complete intro and conclusions, Tuesday: Begin typing or writing essay HW: Essay Due end of period Thursday, Wednesday: Continue typing or writing essay HW: Essay due end of period Thursday , Thursday: Enrichment/Last day to type essay HW: None, Friday: Movie: Ernest Green Story HW: None

ASSESSMENTS: Students will complete a unit assessment this week and will be assessed on in an class essay answering the question, ""How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?” during the week of December 11-15th

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ch-9-constitution-final-essay-2017
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Week of December 4th Due: Sunday December 10, 2017
FOCUS: We will be focusing on the Constitution and the EQ, "How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?”

Monday: Complete Ch. 9 Reading Notes HW: Review for Unit Assessment, Tuesday: Ch. 9 Unit Assessment HW: None, Wednesday: Review skills and knowledge for essay, select star ideas, begin web, write claim HW: Write Claim, Thursday: Select evidence to support star ideas HW: Complete evidence for one star idea, Friday: Select evidence to support star ideas HW: Complete evidence for second star idea

ASSESSMENTS: Students will complete a unit assessment this week and will be assessed on in an class essay answering the question, ""How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?” during the week of December 11-15th

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ch-9-study-guide-2017
ch-9-notes
ch-9-constitution-final-essay-2017
Week of November 27th Due: Sunday December 03, 2017
FOCUS: We will be focusing on the Constitution and the EQ, "How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?”

Monday: Review expectations, notes on how and bill becomes and law and checks and balances, Strength and flexibility worksheet HW: Study for assessment, Tuesday: First 1/2 of the Constitution Assessment, Amendment Process Notes, Begin Ch. 9 Packets, HW: Review for Constitution Assessment Friday, Wednesday: Notes on Federal System, Ch. 9 Packets, HW: Review for Final, Thursday: Finish Ch. 9 Packet, HW: Review for final, Friday: Constitution Final

ASSESSMENTS: Students will complete 2 Constitution formatives this week and will be assessed on in an class essay answering the question, ""How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?” during the week of December 11-15th

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ch-9-study-guide-2017
Week of November 13th Due: Sunday November 19, 2017
FOCUS: We will be focusing on the Constitution and the EQ, "How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?”

Monday: Unpack Essay, Notes on Preamble, Introduce Illustrated Preamble HW: Illustrated Preamble due Beginning of period Thursday 11/16, Tuesday-Wednesday: Work on Illustrated preamble HW: Complete Illustrated Preamble Thursday: Turn in Preambles, Strong or Flexible Worksheet, Introduce 3 branches HW: None Friday: 3 Branches foldable and worksheet HW: Finish worksheet

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed on in an class essay answering the question, ""How has the Constitution been able to withstand the test of time through its combination of strength and flexibility?” during the week of December 11-15th

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ch-9-textbook
The Illustrated Preamble
ch-9-constitution-final-essay-2017
ch-9-notes
Week of November 6th Due: Sunday November 12, 2017
FOCUS: FOCUS: We will begin the road to the Constitution and the EQ, "How does synergizing lead to progress and change?"

Monday: Debate Issues 2 & 3 at Consitutional Convention HW: None, Tuesday: Debrief Convention and Sign the Constitution, HW: None, Wednesday: The Framers and the 7 Habits HW: None, Thursday: Notes on documents that influenced the Constitution, matching root documents HW: Complete Matching, Friday: No School

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed on an in class simulation ending November 6th.

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Ch. 9-Documents that INfluenced the Constitution
Week of October 30th Due: Sunday November 05, 2017
FOCUS: We will begin the road to the Constitution and the EQ, "How does synergizing lead to progress and change?"

Monday: Complete CH. 8 Reading Notes HW: Finish Ch. 8 Reading Notes, Tuesday: Introduce Constitutional Convention, Begin working on delegate HW: Work on delegate, Wednesday: Continue working on delegate HW: Be prepared to debate Friday, Thursday: Complete Delegate, Prepare for Convention HW: Complete Delegate, Prepare for Convention, Friday: Begin Constitutional Convention (Issue #1), HW: Prepare for Issues #2 & 3

ASSESSMENT: Students will be assessed on an in class simulation beginning Friday November 3rd.

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ch-8-textbook
ch-8-rocky-road-to-the-constitution
Constitutional Convention
Week of October 23rd Due: Sunday October 29, 2017
FOCUS: We will begin the road to the Constitution and the EQ, "How does synergizing lead to progress and change?"

Monday: Complete Ch. 7 American Revolution Storyboard assessment HW: None, Tuesday: Current Events and Previewing our upcoming chapters HW: None, Wednesday: Articles of Confederation Preview and Ch. 8 Vocab HW: Finish Vocab, Thursday Notes on the Articles of Confederation, complete graphic organizer HW: None, Friday: Notes on the Rocky Road to the Constitution, Ch. 8 Reading Notes, HW: None

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be on an in class simulation beginning Friday November 3rd.

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ch-8-creating-the-constitution-article-of-confederation
ch-8-rocky-road-to-the-constitution
Week of October 16th Due: Sunday October 22, 2017
FOCUS: We will focus on the American Revolution and the EQ, "What does it take for the weak and inexperienced to overcome the strong and powerful?

Monday: Running Records, Review Procedures, Capture the Flag HW: None, Tuesday: Ch. 7 Notes, strengths and weaknesses worksheet HW: Complete worksheet, Wednesday: Complete Ch. 7 Notes, begin Ch. 7 packet HW: None, Thursday: Complete Ch. 7 Packet HW: Complete Packet, Friday: Begin American Revolution Storyboard Assessment HW: Assessment due Tuesay.

ASESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by creating a Ch. 7 storyboard

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ch-7-the-american-revolution
Week of September 25th Due: Sunday October 01, 2017
FOCUS: We will focus on the Declaration of Independence and the principles expressed in the document.

Monday: Complete Research of star ideas HW: All evidence is found, Tuesday: Complete outline with evidence/transitions, peer edit sample paragraph, HW: Finish Outline, Wednesday: Write Intro and conclusion paragraphs, begin typing essay HW: Intro/Conclusions completed, Thursday: Type and complete draft of essay in class, HW: Finish typing, Friday: DOI Escape Room (enrichment activity

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by an expository essay answering the question: Is the United States upholding the principles of the Declaration of Independence on Thursday September 28th

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ch-6-doi-essay-17-18
ch-6-textbook
Week of September 18th Due: Sunday September 24, 2017
FOCUS: We will focus on the Declaration of Independence and the principles expressed in the document.

Monday: Work on DOI Children's Book HW: Children's Book due end of period Tuesday, Tuesday: Last day in class to work on DOI Children's Book HW: Finish book, Wednesday: Present DOI Children's Book to 6th graders, Unpack Essay, DOI Brain Dump HW: Select Claim, Thursday: Brainstorm ways the US Upholds/doesn't uphold the principles of government, Select star ideas, write thesis/claim HW: Begin research, Friday: Continue researching star ideas HW: Research star ideas

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by an expository essay answering the question: Is the United States upholding the principles of the Declaration of Independence?

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ch-6-textbook
ch-6-doi-essay-17-18
Declaration of Independence Children Book
Week of September 11th Due: Sunday September 17, 2017
Focus: We will focus on the events that led to the Declaration of Independence

Monday: Complete Propaganda, Prep for Town Hall Meeting, HW: Prep for Meeting, Tuesday: Town Hall Meeting Simulation HW: None, Wednesday: Towards Independence Assessment HW: None, Thursday: Rewrite DOI and create Thomas Jefferson Mission Statements HW: None, Friday: Intro Declaration of Independence Children's Book HW: Rewrite DOI for 6th graders

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed Wednesday September 13th by a short answer response assessment

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ch-6-textbook
Declaration of Independence Children Book
Town Hall Meeting Simulation
Week of September 4th Due: Sunday September 10, 2017
Focus: We will focus on the events that led to the Declaration of Independence

Monday: NO SCHOOL HW: Complete 1 point assignment, Tuesday: Continue working on 1, 2, 5, 8 Project (begin 5 pt activity) HW: 8 pts due at the end of the period Wednesday, Wednesday: Event Sort and Habit 1 in History, Complete 8 pts HW: None, Thursday: Introduce Town Hall meeting and assign characters, HW: Read/highlight important details about character, Friday: Work on character for Town Hall meeting-Name plate and Propaganda HW: Review Character arguments for Town Hall Meeting Tuesday

ASSESSMENT: Students will be assessed by an in class simulation on Tuesday September 12th.

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ch-6-textbook
Declaration of Independence 1, 2, 5, 8 Projects
Town Hall Meeting Simulation
Week of August 28th Due: Sunday September 03, 2017
Focus: We will continue to focus on the 13 colonies and begin our study of the Declaration of Independence

Monday: Ranking of the 13 colonies, HW: None Tuesday: Literacy Assessment HW: None, Wednesday: Intro Towards Revolution Unit, Skittle Activity, Notes on CH. 5 &6, Go over 1, 2, 5, 8 Project HW: None, Thursday: Start 1, 2, 5, 8 activity, HW: None Friday: Continue 1, 2, 5, 8 (8 points should be completed by Tuesday HW: Complete 8 points

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed on using relevant evidence to support a claim Tuesday August 29th.

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Declaration of Independence 1, 2, 5, 8 Projects
Ch. 5 & 6 Towards Independence
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ch-6-textbook
Week of August 21st Due: Sunday August 27, 2017
FOCUS: We will focus on the development of the 13 colonies and the lives of colonists
Monday: Intro new unit, 13 colony notes, introduce and unpack dinner menu HW: None, Tuesday: Start appetizers--Fill in and color map/Rewrite Mayflower Compact HW: None, Wednesday: Life of Colonists Preview, Notes on the Rights of Colonists, Select and begin to work on 1st side dish, HW: Think about which colony you would have liked to move to, Thursday: Continue to work on side dishes HW: None, Friday: Finish second side dish HW: Finish side dishes
ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a writing assignment due in class Tuesday August 29th.

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13-colonies-dinner-menu-17-18
Ch. 3-13 Colonies Notes
Ch. 4-Rights Of Colonists
Week of August 21st Due: Sunday August 27, 2017
FOCUS: We will focus on the development of the 13 colonies and the lives of colonists

Monday: Intro new unit, 13 colony notes, introduce and unpack dinner menu HW: None, Tuesday: Start appetizers--Fill in and color map/Rewrite Mayflower Compact HW: None, Wednesday: Life of Colonists Preview, Notes on the Rights of Colonists, Select and begin to work on 1st side dish, HW: Think about which colony you would have liked to move to, Thursday: Continue to work on side dishes HW: None, Friday: Finish second side dish HW: Finish side dishes

ASSESSMENTS: Students will be assessed by a writing assignment due in class Tuesday August 29th.

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Ch. 3-13 Colonies Notes
Ch. 4-Rights Of Colonists
ch-3-textbook
ch-4-textbook
Week of August 14th Due: Sunday August 20, 2017
FOCUS: We will be focusing on identifying relevant evidence and using evidence to support a claim. Monday: What is a summary, identifying relevant evidence, topic sentences HW: None, Tuesday: Selecting evidence that relates to a claim, collaboration time, HW: None, Wednesday: Practice Summary, HW: None, Thursday: Native American Summary Assessment HW: None, Friday: Taking Claim activity, Ch. 2, preview, create definition for colonization vs. exploration, HW: None ASSESSMENTS: Summary Assessment Thursday 8/17.

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ch-1-native-americans-literacy-assessment-17-18
Week of August 7th Due: Sunday August 13, 2017
FOCUS: Native Americans and how we adapt to our environments. Monday: Multiple Intelligence Assessment/Chart, HW: None, Tuesday: Notes of Native Americans and Vocab Strips HW: Complete Vocab Strip, Wednesday: Cultural Regions Activity, Roles, HW: Complete Info fro activity, Thursday: Work on Posters, HW: None, Friday: Comeplete Posters, Gallery walk, describe adaptation, HW: None ASSESSMENTS: Native American Literacy Assessment Thursday August 17th.

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Ch. 1-United States Cultural Regions Assignment-new
Ch. 1 Summary Assessment 16-17
Ch 1-First Americans
Week of July 31st Due: Sunday August 06, 2017
FOCUS: We will focus on getting to know one another and create expectations and norms. Monday: No School HW: None, Tuesday: Syllabus, Name Game, Kahoot HW: Bring a picture of yourself and return signed syllabus, Wednesday: Celebrity Profiles HW: Complete Profile/Bring picture, Thursday: Literacy Assessment HW: None, Friday: Pyramid of Hate, Banned Words, Expectations/Norm Creation HW: None ASSESSMENTS: None

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