11/14 - 11/18

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 – Teacher will pass out vocabulary list for Chapter 12. Teacher will introduce Chapter 12 (World War One & Beyond). From Neutrality to War. Class will read and discuss textbook pages 362 to 371. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. (Absent students should complete the checkpoint questions and critical thinking questions 4,5, and 6 on the Section Assessment.)

Tuesday – The Home Front. Class will read and discuss textbook pages 372 to 379. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. (Absent students should complete the checkpoint questions and critical thinking questions 4,5, and 6 on the Section Assessment.)

Wednesday – Wilson, War, & Peace. Class will read and discuss textbook pages 381 to 389. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. (Absent students should complete the checkpoint questions and critical thinking questions 4,5, and 6 on the Section Assessment.)

Homework: Primary Source: The Fourteen Points. Students will read page 390 in the textbook and complete the Thinking Critically questions on the bottom of the page.

Thursday – Effects of the War. Class will read and discuss textbook pages 391 to 395. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. (Absent students should complete the checkpoint questions and critical thinking questions 4,5, and 6 on the Section Assessment.)

Friday – Chapter 12 Test


World History High School

Monday – Birth of the Byzantine Empire PowerPoint. Students will actively participate, watch videos, answer questions on slides, and answer questions directed by teacher.

Tuesday – The Byzantine Empire. Students will read pages 222 to 228 in the textbook and complete the worksheet provided by the teacher.

Wednesday – Rise of Russia. Students will read pages 229 to 232 in the textbook and complete the worksheet provided by the teacher.

Thursday – Russia & the Mongols. Students will read pages 233 to 235 in the textbook and complete the worksheet provided by the teacher.

Friday – Chapter 10 Test


English High School

Monday – Using their nine vocabulary lists, students will write 10 sentences that each have three vocabulary terms in them, using context clues to clearly demonstrate the meaning of the words. No term can be used twice.

Tuesday – Ramayana. Students will read an excerpt from the Ramayana on pages 241 to 249 of the textbook. Students will complete the Thinking Critically questions (1 – 7, omit 5) on page 250.

Wednesday – Night. Students will read pages 85 through 97 and complete guided reading questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Thursday – Vocabulary Review Worksheet. Students will complete vocabulary review worksheet provided by teacher.

Friday – Vocabulary Test #3 (Includes all lists, focus on lists 7, 8, & 9)


American History Middle School

Monday – Southern Colonies (PowerPoint Presentation). Students will actively participate, watch videos, answer questions on slides, and answer questions directed by teacher.

Tuesday – Southern Colonies (PowerPoint Presentation). Students will actively participate, watch videos, answer questions on slides, and answer questions directed by teacher.

Wednesday – Southern Colonies (PowerPoint Presentation). Students will actively participate, watch videos, answer questions on slides, and answer questions directed by teacher.

Thursday – Brain Bowl Review (Southern Colonies)

Friday – Southern Colonies Test

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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. Ame

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. Ame

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. Ame