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9/11 - 9/15

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.




Economics

Monday – Free Market, Part 2 (Continued). PowerPoint Presentation on the free market economic system. Students will listen, read slides, answer teacher-directed questions, participate in class discussions, and answer questions on PowerPoint slides.

Tuesday – Brain Bowl Review. Review game and study activity for the Free Market unit. Students are expected to listen, answer questions on PowerPoint slides, and participate with their team.

Wednesday – Free Market Test. Test on the Free Market unit. Early finishers should review, read quietly, or work on an assignment for another class.

Thursday – Moneywise Teen #2 (Budget & Opportunity Costs). Students will watch video about a young couple who successfully balance their budget. Students will answer guided questions provided by teacher as a reflection on the video.

Friday – Centrally Planned Economies. PowerPoint Presentation on command economies. Students will listen, read slides, answer teacher-directed questions, participate in class discussions, and answer questions on PowerPoint slides.




High School English

Monday – Seven Minute Writing Prompt. What games do you/would you play on a cross-country road trip? Explain how to play them and why you play them. Vocabulary List #2. Students will receive Vocabulary List #2 and class will review. Vocabulary Sentences. Students will write each of the vocabulary words in a sentence with context clues demonstrating their understanding of the vocabulary term.

Homework: Complete Vocabulary Sentences.

Tuesday – Seven Minute Writing Prompt. What is a recent invention that you think is detrimental to society? Explain why. Turn in Writing Journals. Students will Turn in their Writing Journals. Adjectives & Adverbs #1. Class will review and complete half of worksheet together, the other half will be completed by the students independently.

Wednesday – Picture Writing Overview. Teacher will go over how to create an outline for the Picture Creative Writing Story activity. Picture Writing Story Outline. Following the guidelines explained by the teacher, students will create an outline for the story they will write based on the image provided.

Thursday – Picture Creative Writing Story. Using the outline they have completed, students will write a 1000 to 2000 word story on the image provided.

Friday – Vocabulary Quiz #2. Quiz on Vocabulary List #2. Picture Creative Writing Story. Using the outline they have completed, students will write a 1000 to 2000 word story on the image provided.




8th Grade English

Monday – Seven Minute Writing Prompt. What games do you/would you play on a cross-country road trip? Explain how to play them and why you play them. Lord of the Flies, Chapter One. Teacher will pass out the books and give a brief overview. Students will independently read chapter one.

Homework: Finish Reading Chapter 1, Lord of the Flies by Wednesday.

Tuesday – Seven Minute Writing Prompt. What is a recent invention that you think is detrimental to society? Explain why. Adjectives & Adverbs #1. Class will review and complete half of worksheet together, the other half will be completed by the students independently.

Wednesday –Lord of the Flies Chapter 1 Quiz. Students will complete quiz on Chapter 1 of Lord of the Flies. Lord of the Flies Discussion Group, Chapter 1 Questions. Students will get in their discussion groups and discuss the questions provided by the teacher.

Thursday – Seven Minute Writing Prompt. You are going to interview your favorite movie star, singer, or athlete. Make a list of ten interview questions that you are going to ask them. Turn in Writing Journals. Students will turn in their writing journals. Lord of the Flies, Chapter Two. Students will independently read chapter two.

Homework: Finish Reading Chapter 2, Lord of the Flies by Monday.

Friday – Lord of the Flies Island Activity, Part 2. Students will get back in their groups from Part 1 of the activity and act out various scenes as outlined on the handout.




8th Grade American History

Monday – Brain Bowl Review. Review game and study activity for the Colonial Rivalry North America unit. Students are expected to listen, answer questions on PowerPoint slides, and participate with their team.

Tuesday – Colonial Rivalry North America Test. Test on Colonial Rivalry North America unit. France & Netherlands in North America. Students will complete pages 25 to 27 in the workbook.

Wednesday – Traditions of Government. PowerPoint Presentation on the English traditions of government. Students will listen, read slides, watch video clips, answer teacher-directed questions, participate in class discussions, and answer questions on PowerPoint slides.

Thursday – Traditions of Government (Continued). PowerPoint Presentation on the English traditions of government. Students will listen, read slides, watch video clips, answer teacher-directed questions, participate in class discussions, and answer questions on PowerPoint slides.

Friday – Traditions of Government (Continued). PowerPoint Presentation on the English traditions of government. Students will listen, read slides, watch video clips, answer teacher-directed questions, participate in class discussions, and answer questions on PowerPoint slides.

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