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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 – Midterm Exam

Homework: Effects of the New Deal. Students will read textbook pages 484 to 491 and create a five question multiple choice quiz.

Tuesday – Student Quizzes. Students will exchange the quizzes they created for homework with a peer. Government’s Role in the Economy (pages 497). Class will read. Students will then be divided in half to debate the following two question, “Should the federal government manage the retirement accounts of Americans through programs like Social Security? Is Social Security Constitutional?”

Homework: Culture of the 1930s. Students will read textbook pages 502 to 507 and create a five question multiple choice quiz.

Wednesday – America in Color (The 1930s). Class will watch video. Students are expected to actively participate, pay attention, and answer teacher-directed questions.

Homework: Study for Chapter 15 Test.

Thursday – Chapter 15 Test.

Friday – NO SCHOOL


World History High School

Monday – Country Project Presentation. Students will show the poster board they completed to their classmates, give a 5 to 7 minute oral presentation, and answer teacher and student questions.

Tuesday – Country Project Presentation (Continued). Students will show the poster board they completed to their classmates, give a 5 to 7 minute oral presentation, and answer teacher and student questions.

Wednesday – The Crusades. Class will read pages 318 to 322. Students will complete worksheet provided by teacher.

Thursday – The Revival of Trade & The Growth of Towns. Class will read pages 323 to 330. Students will complete worksheet provided by teacher.

Friday – NO SCHOOL


English Honors High School

Monday – Words and Behavior (Aldous Huxley). Class will begin reading pages 1145 to 1154 in the textbook.

Tuesday – Words and Behavior (Aldous Huxley) (Continued). Class will continue reading pages 1145 to 1154 in the textbook. Thinking Through Literature Questions. Students will complete answer questions one through seven (thoroughly) on page 1155. Students must write questions.

Homework: Thinking through Literature Questions. Students will finish the Thinking Through Literature questions.

Wednesday – Gulliver’s Travels (Part One). Class will read pages 591 to 599 in the textbook.

Homework: Students will finish reading Gulliver’s Travels (Part One) on pages 591 to 599.

Thursday – Vocabulary Quiz #12. Quiz on Vocabulary List #12. Thinking Through Literature Questions. Students will complete the Thinking Through Literature questions on page 599.

Friday – NO SCHOOL


American History Middle School

Monday – First Continental Congress (PowerPoint Presentation). Students will actively participate and answer teacher-directed questions. Pups of Liberty: The Dog-claration of Independence. Class will watch video. Students are expected to actively participate and answer teacher-directed questions.

Tuesday – Patrick Henry Speech Worksheet. Class will read the text of the speech. Students will complete guided reading questions. Students will each present part of the speech to the class.

Wednesday – Lexington & Concord. Students will actively participate and answer teacher-directed questions through PowerPoint Presentation and several videos on the topic.

Thursday – A Nation Declares Independence. Class will read and review textbook pages 170 to 173. Students will answer Check Your Progress questions 1 and 2 on page 173. Students must write questions.

Friday – NO SCHOOL

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