Monday – Students will outline Chapter 2, Section 4 (Ratifying the Constitution)
Homework: Students will read Chapter 2, Section 3 (Articles of Confederation)
Tuesday – Quiz on Chapter 2, Section 4 (Ratifying the Constitution). Students will read Chapter 2, Section 5 and complete a Venn Diagram comparing Federalist vs Anti-Federalist views.
Wednesday – Students will begin working on Chapter 2 Assessment and Documents Based Assessment on page 64 and 65 of the textbook.
Thursday – Students will complete work on Chapter 2 Assessment and Documents Based Assessment on page 64 and 65 of the textbook.
Friday – Chapter 2 Test.
Note: In an effort to make sure students are doing the reading assignments and attempting to retain the information that they are reading in the text, I will sometimes give reading quizzes the day after we cover a section in the text. The questions on these quizzes will be general and will allow the students to explain what they have learned from the reading. Students will not know on which days we will have these quizzes. (This is why it says possible quiz on the agenda.) My educational objective in doing this is to ensure that students are making a sincere effort to retain the information they are learning on a daily basis, instead of waiting until the night before the test to try to commit the material to memory.
Monday – Practice Quiz on Chapter 19, Section 1 Quiz. Students will outline Chapter 19, Section 2.
Tuesday – Quiz on Chapter 19, Section 2. Students will watch video clip on the Absolute Monarchies of Europe and answer teacher guided questions. Then, class will read Chapter 19, Section 3 together and teacher will model how to outline.
Wednesday – Possible Quiz on Chapter 19, Section 3. Class will watch video clip on "Peter the Great" and answer teacher guided questions. Class will review Chapter 19, Section 4 together.
Thursday – Possible Quiz on Chapter 19, Section 4. Chapter 19 Review. Teacher will read class in review of Chapter 19 (Monarchs of Europe.)
Friday – Chapter 19 Test.
Monday – Students will make a timeline (consisting of at least 20 events) for the years 1763 – 1840.
Tuesday – "Age of Jackson" Review. Teacher will lead class in reviewing key people, concepts, and events from the "Age of Jackson." Students will watch video clip about the "Trail of Tears" and answer teacher directed questions.
Wednesday – Quiz on “The Age of Jackson.”
Thursday – Analyzing Historical Documents. Students complete activity analyzing historical documents.
Friday – Focus on Florida: The Early Republic
Monday – Students will complete “Thank You” notes for the Donor’s Choose project. (Delayed from earlier)
HW: Students will finish "Thank You" notes if they did not do so during class.
Tuesday – Class will continue reading “The Diary of Anne Frank” (Act 2, Scenes 3 – 5) and answer teacher guided questions.
Wednesday – Class will finish reading “The Diary of Anne Frank” (Act 2, Scenes 3 – 5) and answer teacher guided questions. Students will turn in teacher guided questions at the end of the period.
Thursday – Students will complete answer Making Meaning questions on page 412. Students who finish early will either read silently or review "The Diary of Anne Frank" for their quiz on Friday.
Friday – "Diary of Anne Frank" Quiz.