9/20 - 9/24

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.


Economics

Monday – PowerPoint: Mixed Economies (Teacher will lecture and discuss. Students will verbally answer teacher-directed questions, write answers to questions written on slides, and watch and discuss videos.)

Tuesday – PowerPoint: Mixed Economies (Teacher will lecture and discuss. Students will verbally answer teacher-directed questions, write answers to questions written on slides, and watch and discuss videos.) (Continued)

Wednesday – PowerPoint: Mixed Economies (Teacher will lecture and discuss. Students will verbally answer teacher-directed questions, write answers to questions written on slides, and watch and discuss videos.) (Continued)

Thursday - Mixed Economies Quiz

Friday – PowerPoint: Benefits of Free Enterprise (Teacher will lecture and discuss. Students will verbally answer teacher-directed questions, write answers to questions written on slides, and watch and discuss videos.) (Continued)


English Honors

Monday – Lord of the Flies Chapter 8. Students will read quietly and complete guided reading questions provided by teacher.

Tuesday – Class will begin reading Beowulf (textbook pages 33 – 60); Students will answer teacher-directed questions.

Wednesday – Class will continue reading Beowulf (textbook pages 33 – 60); Students will answer teacher-directed questions.

Thursday – Lord of the Flies Chapter 9. Students will read quietly and complete guided reading questions provided by teacher.

Friday – Class will continue reading Beowulf (textbook pages 33 – 60); Students will answer teacher-directed questions.


8th Grade American History

Monday – Independent and Partner Study Period. Students will spend the period studying their packets from the previous four units. Students will spend half of the time studying independently and the other half of the time studying with a partner.

HW: Study for Traditions of Government Quiz.

Tuesday – Traditions of Government Quiz. After finishing, students will work on workbook section Europeans Compete in North America on pages 22 – 24.

HW: Complete workbook section Europeans Compete in North America on pages 22 – 24 (if not finished in class.)

Wednesday – PowerPoint: Roanoke Colony (Teacher will lecture and discuss. Students will verbally answer teacher-directed questions, write answers to questions written on slides, and watch and discuss videos.)

Thursday – PowerPoint: Roanoke Colony (Teacher will lecture and discuss. Students will verbally answer teacher-directed questions, write answers to questions written on slides, and watch and discuss videos.) (Continued)

HW: Complete PowerPoint: Roanoke Colony questions (if not completed in class) and study for Colonial Rivalry North America Re-take Quiz (If re-taking.)

Friday – Colonial Rivalry North America Quiz. Students who scored less than a 60% on last week’s Colonial Rivalry quiz will re-take it. The rest of the class will silently study their five review packets.


Drama

Monday – Two People Contrasting Motivations Activity.

Tuesday – Two People Contrasting Motivations Activity. (Continued)

Wednesday – NO CLASS

Thursday – Elements of Drama Quiz #2. (Quiz on the second set of vocabulary terms, which the students received the previous week.)

Friday – Ten Minute Play (Sick Day) – Class will read play together.

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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