4/11 - 4/15

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.


Government

Monday – The Nature of Interests Groups. Class will read and review textbook pages 242 to 246. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 242 to 246 and complete the Section 1 Assessment (questions 1 through 7) on page 246.

Tuesday – Types of Interests Groups. Class will read and review textbook pages 247 to 252. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 247 to 252 and complete the Section 2 Assessment (questions 1 through 7) on page 252.

Wednesday – Interests Groups at Work. Class will read and review textbook pages 254 to 260. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 254 to 260 and complete the Section 3 Assessment (questions 1 through 7) on page 260.

Thursday – The National Legislature. Class will read and review textbook pages 268 to 271. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 268 to 271 and complete the Section 1 Assessment (questions 1 through 7) on page 271.

Friday – The House of Representatives. Class will read and review textbook pages 273 to 280. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 273 to 280 and complete the Section 2 Assessment (questions 1 through 7) on page 280.


English Honors

Monday – The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Class will read “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” on textbook pages 746 to 765.

Tuesday – The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Class will finish reading “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” on textbook pages 746 to 765. Students will complete the Thinking Through Literature questions (1 through 9) on page 766.

Wednesday - Literary Ballad. Students will write their own literary ballad (300 to 500 words).

Thursday – Literary Ballad. Students will write their own literary ballad (300 to 500 words). (Continued)

Friday – Sentence Diagram Quiz.


8th Grade American History

Monday – The Industrial Revolution. Class will read and review textbook pages 382 to 387. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 382 to 387, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 387.

Tuesday – The North Transformed. Class will read and review textbook pages 390 to 395. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 390 to 395, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 395.

Wednesday – The Plantation South. Class will read and review textbook pages 396 to 400. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 396 to 400, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 400.

Thursday – Challenges of Growth. Class will read and review textbook pages 401 to 405. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 401 to 405, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 405.

Friday – Chapter 10 Review. Class will review Chapter 10.

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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. Gov

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. Gov

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. Gov