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2/20 - 2/24

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 – NO SCHOOL

Tuesday – Chapter 19 Test Review. Class will review for Chapter 19 Test.

Wednesday – Chapter 19 Test. Test on Chapter 19 in the textbook. Chapter 20 Vocabulary. Students will define all terms bolded terms in Chapter 20 (textbook pages 660 to 688).

Thursday – Early Demands for Equality. Students will read pages 660 to 667 in the textbook. Students will answer all checkpoint questions, complete the Map Skills questions on page 662, complete the Thinking Critically questions on page 666, and complete questions 4, 5, and 6 in the Section 1 Assessment on page 667. Students must write questions. Everything must be clearly labeled.

Friday – The Movement Gains Ground. Students will read pages 669 to 676 in the textbook. Students will answer all checkpoint questions, complete the Thinking Critically questions on page 671 & 675, and complete questions 4, 5, and 6 in the Section 2 Assessment on page 676. Students must write questions. Everything must be clearly labeled.


World History High School

Monday – NO SCHOOL

Tuesday – Enlightenment & Revolution Test Review. Class will review for test on Enlightenment & Revolution unit (textbook pages 478 to 503).

Wednesday – Enlightenment & Revolution Test. Test on pages 478 to 503 in the textbook.

Thursday – The Roots of Revolution. Class will read and discuss pages 508 to 511 in the textbook. Students will complete questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Friday – The French Revolution. Class will read and discuss pages 512 to 516 in the textbook. Students will complete questions on worksheet provided by teacher.


English High School

Monday – NO SCHOOL

Tuesday – A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Class will read and discuss pages 631 to 636 in the reading textbook.

Wednesday – Thinking Through Literature. Using the story read in class yesterday, students will complete questions 1 through 5 in the textbook on page 637. Vocabulary in Action. Students will complete the questions on page 638.

Thursday – On Spring & On Idleness. Class will read and discuss pages 648 to 655 in the reading textbook.

Friday – Thinking Through Literature. Using the stories read in class yesterday, students will complete the Thinking Through Literature questions on page 652 and the Thinking Through Literature questions (1 – 6) on page 656.


American History Middle School

Monday – NO SCHOOL

Tuesday – Troubles at Home & Abroad. Class will read and discuss pages 294 to 297 in the textbook. Students will define all terms, answer all checkpoint questions, and answer the Check Your Progress questions (1a, 1b, 2a, & 2b) in the Section 3 Check Your Progress on page 297.

Wednesday – The Presidency of John Adams. Class will read and discuss pages 298 to 301 in the textbook. Students will define all terms, answer all checkpoint questions, and answer the Check Your Progress questions (1a, 1b, 2a, & 2b) in the Section 3 Check Your Progress on page 301.

Thursday – Chapter 8 Test. Test on pages 282 to 301 in the textbook.

Friday – Jefferson Takes Office. Class will read and discuss pages 310 to 313 in the textbook. Students will answer questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

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