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Note: This Agenda Blog is only an approximate plan of the weekly lesson plans. Changes can and will be made due to unanticipated circumstances and in order to maximize instructional effectiveness.



American History High School

Monday – Effects of the War. Students will read pages 578 to 583 in the textbook, define all terms, complete all checkpoint questions, and complete questions 4, 5, and 6 on the Section 5 Assessment. Students must write questions.

Tuesday – Prepare for the EOC. Answer questions 1 through 3 on page 587. Students must write out the question and the answer they selected. Using complete sentences, they must explain why they selected the answer that they selected. Chapter 17 Review. Students will spend the rest of the period quietly studying for their Chapter 17 Test.

Wednesday – Chapter 17 Test.

Thursday – Introduction to Chapter 18: The Cold War. Teacher will introduce unit and students will receive the Chapter 18 Vocabulary and class will review. Class will spend the rest of the period doing a vocabulary review of previous units.

Friday – The Cold War Begins. Students will read pages 590 to 596 in the textbook. Students will define all terms, answer all checkpoint questions, and complete questions 4, 5, and 6 in the Section 1 Assessment on page 596. Students must write questions.



World History High School

Monday – The Catholic Reformation. Students will individually read pages 368 to 372 in the textbook and complete worksheet provided by teacher.

Tuesday – Test Review. Class will review for test. Students will answer questions posed by teacher.

Wednesday – Renaissance & Reformation Test. Test on textbook pages 354 to 371.

Thursday – France in the Age of Absolutism. Class will read and discuss pages 454 to 458 in the textbook. Students will answer questions provided by teacher.

Friday – Russia in the Age of Absolutism. Class will read and discuss pages 459 to 464 in the textbook. Students will answer questions provided by teacher.



English High School

Monday – Vocabulary List #15. Students will receive Vocabulary List #15. Class will review and discuss. Students will write words in sentences with context clues demonstrating their understanding of the words. Ten of the sentences must also contain a vocabulary word from a previous list.

Tuesday – Informative Essay. Write an informative essay (in FSA Format) about the composition of the American government. Your three body paragraphs will be about the three branches of the American government (legislative, executive, and judicial). Use the Constitution as your source.

Wednesday – Informative Essay (Continued). Write an informative essay (in FSA Format) about the composition of the American government. Your three body paragraphs will be about the three branches of the American government (legislative, executive, and judicial). Use the Constitution as your source.

Homework: Finish Informative Essay.

Thursday – Sustained Silent Reading. Students will continue to read their silent reading book. Students are expected to have read at least 80 pages in their books by Monday so that they can complete a reflection activity.

Friday – Vocabulary Quiz #15. After finishing the quiz, students will read their silent reading books.



American History Middle School

Monday – Governing a New Nation. Class will read and discuss pages 204 to 209 in the textbook. Students will complete pages 92 to 94 in the workbook.

Tuesday – The Constitutional Convention. Class will read and discuss pages 212 to 217 in the textbook. Students will complete pages 95 to 97 in the workbook.

Wednesday – Debating the Constitution. Class will read and discuss pages 218 to 221 in the textbook. Students will complete pages 98 to 100 in the workbook.

Homework: Study pages 204 to 221 in the textbook and pages 92 to 100 in the workbook.

Thursday – Articles of Confederation & Constitutional Convention Test.

Friday – Enrichment Activity.

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