4/25 - 4/29

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 – Chapter 10 Assessment. Students will complete the Chapter 10 Assessment (questions 1 through 7) on page 292.

Tuesday – Chapter 9 & 10 Test. Test on Chapter 9 & 10

Wednesday – The Expressed Powers of Money and Commerce. Class will read and review textbook pages 296 to 303. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 296 to 303 and complete the Section 1 Assessment (questions 1 through 6) on page 303.

Thursday – The Other Expressed Powers. Class will read and review textbook pages 304 to 309. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 304 to 309 and complete the Section 2 Assessment (questions 1 through 6) on page 309.

Friday – The Implied Powers. Class will read and review textbook pages 312 to 316. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 312 to 316 and complete the Section 3 Assessment (questions 1 through 6) on page 316.


English Honors

Monday – Imagery. Class will discuss the use of imagery in writing and how it can be used to paint a picture for the reader by examining how selected authors use imagery in their writing.

Tuesday – Descriptive Narrative Introduction. Students will write a 600-to-900-word opening to a story using a third-person, past-tense, omniscient narrator. Students will use adjectives, adverbs, descriptive words, and complex sentences to paint a picture for the reader. Dialogue will be limited to a maximum of six lines. Students must use proper grammar.

HW: Students must complete and turn in their “Descriptive Narrative Introduction” by Friday.

Wednesday – Descriptive Narrative Introduction. Students will write a 600-to-900-word opening to a story using a third-person, past-tense, omniscient narrator. Students will use adjectives, adverbs, descriptive words, and complex sentences to paint a picture for the reader. Dialogue will be limited to a maximum of six lines. Students must use proper grammar. (Continued)

Thursday – Night. Class will read an expert from “Night” by Elie Wiesel on pages 1136 to 1140 of the textbook. Students will complete the Thinking Through Literature questions on page 1141.

Friday – Vocabulary Test. Cumulative Test on Vocabulary.


8th Grade American History

Monday – A Call for Women’s Rights. Students will read textbook pages 427 to 430, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 430.

Tuesday – American Literature and Arts. Students will read textbook pages 431 to 435, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 435.

Wednesday – Chapter 12 Test.

Thursday – Introduction to Chapter 13: Westward Expansion. The West. Class will read and review textbook pages 444 to 447. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 444 to 447, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 447.

Friday – Trails to the West. Class will read and review textbook pages 448 to 453. Students will answer teacher-directed questions. Absent students will read textbook pages 448 to 453, define all terms, answer the reading checkpoint questions, and complete the Check Your Progress questions on page 453.

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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