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2/27 - 3/3

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 – 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.

Tuesday – Martin Luther King Jr: I Have a Dream. Class will read and discuss excerpt from Martin Luther King Jr. speech on page 677 in the textbook. Students will answer the two Thinking Critically questions on page 677. Experience Nonviolent Protest. Class will read and discuss pages 678 & 679 in the textbook. Students will complete the Thinking Critically questions on page 679. Voting Rights. Class will read and discuss page 683 in the textbook. Students will answer the Transfer Activities questions (1 & 2) on page 683. Students must write questions. Everything must be clearly labeled.

Wednesday – New Success and Challenges. Students will read pages 680 to 688 in the textbook. Students will answer all checkpoint questions, complete the Thinking Critically questions on page 686, and complete questions 4, 5, and 6 in the Section 3 Assessment on page 688. Students must write questions. Everything must be clearly labeled.

Thursday – Chapter 20 Test Review.

Friday – Chapter 20 Test.


World History High School

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

Tuesday – The French Republic. Class will read and discuss pages 517 to 522 in the textbook. Students will complete questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Wednesday – The Napoleonic Era. Class will read and discuss pages 523 to 528 in the textbook. Students will complete questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Thursday – A Return to Peace. Class will read and discuss pages 529 to 533 in the textbook. Students will complete questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Friday – French Revolution & Napoleonic Era Test Review. Test on Chapter 21 in the textbook.


English Honors High School

Monday – Vocabulary Sentences. Students will receive Vocabulary List #17. Class will review and discuss. Students will write the vocabulary words in sentences with context clues demonstrating their understanding of the words. Each of the sentences must also contain a vocabulary word from a previous list.

Tuesday – FSA Informational Essay. Students will complete an FSA informative essay on the history of clothing and clothing design.

Wednesday – FSA Informational Essay. Students will complete an FSA informative essay on the history of clothing and clothing design. (Continued).

Thursday – Sustained Silent Reading. Students will read their sustained silent reading books.

Friday – Vocabulary Quiz #17. Quiz on Vocabulary List #17.


American History Middle School

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

Tuesday – The Louisiana Purchase. Class will read and discuss pages 314 to 319 in the textbook. Students will answer questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Wednesday – A Time of Conflict. Class will read and discuss pages 322 to 326 in the textbook. Students will answer questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Thursday – The War of 1812. Class will read and discuss pages 327 to 331 in the textbook. Students will answer questions on worksheet provided by teacher.

Friday – Jeffersonian Revolution to the War of 1812 Test. Test on Chapter 9 in the textbook.

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