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11/13 - 11/17

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.


Economics

Monday – Changes in American Banking. Students will complete the worksheet using pages 234 to 240 in the packet.

Tuesday – The Federal Reserve System. Students will complete the worksheet using pages 245 to 254 in the packet.

Wednesday – Brain Bowl Review. Test review for the Money & Banking unit.

Thursday – Money & Banking Test. Test on the Money & Banking unit.

Friday – Enrichment Activity.


High School English

Monday – Vocabulary List #8. Students will receive Vocabulary List #8 and class will review. Vocabulary Story #3. Students will write a story with 15 sentences, each including one of the vocabulary words from Vocabulary List #8. (Make Up) Vocabulary Quiz #7. Students who were out on Friday will make-up Vocabulary Test #2.

Tuesday – Finishing the Story #2 (Three Wishes). Using the directions provided, students will complete the story began by their teacher in 1200 to 2500 words.

Wednesday – Finishing the Story #2 (Three Wishes). (Continued) Using the directions provided, students will complete the story began by their teacher in 1200 to 2500 words.

Thursday – Vocabulary Quiz #3. Quiz on Vocabulary List #3. Finishing the Story #2 (Three Wishes). (Continued)Using the directions provided, students will complete the story began by their teacher in 1200 to 2500 words.

Friday – Enrichment Activity.


8th Grade English

Monday – Vocabulary List #3. Students will receive Vocabulary List #3 and class will review. Vocabulary Sentences #3. Students will write a sentence including each vocabulary word with context clues demonstrating their understanding of the word. (Make Up) Vocabulary Quiz #2. Students who were out on Friday will make-up Vocabulary Quiz #1.

Tuesday – Creative Writing Story. Using their completed outline as a guide, students will write a 1000 to 2000 word story that begins and ends with the main character looking up at the stars.

Wednesday – Creative Writing Story (continued) Using their completed outline as a guide, students will write a 1000 to 2000 word story that begins and ends with the main character looking up at the stars.

Thursday – Vocabulary Quiz #8. Quiz on Vocabulary List #8. Creative Writing Story (continued) Using their completed outline as a guide, students will write a 1000 to 2000 word story that begins and ends with the main character looking up at the stars.

HW: Finish Creative Writing Story. (Due Friday)

Friday – Enrichment Activity.


8th Grade American History

Monday – Southern Colonies. PowerPoint Presentation on the Southern Colonies. Students will listen, read slides, watch video clips, answer teacher-directed questions, participate in class discussions, and answer questions on PowerPoint slides.

Homework: Southern Colonies (workbook). Students will complete pages 39 to 41 in the workbook.

Tuesday – Southern Colonies. PowerPoint Presentation on the Southern Colonies. Students will listen, read slides, watch video clips, answer teacher-directed questions, participate in class discussions, and answer questions on PowerPoint slides.

Wednesday – Brain Bowl Review. Test review for the Southern colonies unit.

Thursday – Southern Colonies Test. Test on the Southern colonies unit.

Friday – Enrichment Activity.

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