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Week of 4/17 - 4/21

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.




American History High School


Monday – Chapter 24 Assessment. Students will complete questions one through 14 on page 814.


Tuesday – Vocabulary Review Worksheet #7. Students will complete vocabulary review worksheet using their vocabulary lists. Students will spend the second half of the period quizzing each other on the vocabulary terms.

HW: The Conservative Movement Grows & The Reagan Revolution. Students will read pages 820 to 829 in the textbook.


Wednesday – The Conservative Movement Grows & The Reagan Revolution. Class will review and discuss pages 820 to 829 in the textbook. Students will actively listen, participate in class discussion, and answer teacher-directed questions.


Thursday – Vocabulary Review Test. Cumulative test on vocabulary.

HW: The End of the Cold War & Foreign Policy After the Cold War. Students will read pages 831 to 841 in the textbook.


Friday – The End of the Cold War & Foreign Policy After the Cold War. Class will review and discuss pages 831 to 841 in the textbook. Students will actively listen, participate in class discussion, and answer teacher-directed questions.




World History High School


Monday - World War One: A New Kind of War. Class will review and discuss pages 704 to 710 in the textbook. Students will actively listen, participate in class discussion, and answer teacher-directed questions.


Tuesday – World War One: A New Kind of War. Class will review and discuss pages 704 to 710 in the textbook. Students will actively listen, participate in class discussion, and answer teacher-directed questions. (Continued)

HW: The Russian Revolution. Students will read pages 711 to 713 in the textbook.


Wednesday – The Russian Revolution. Class will review and discuss pages 711 to 713 in the textbook. Students will actively listen, participate in class discussion, and answer teacher-directed questions.

HW: The Terms of Peace. Students will read pages 714 to 717 in the textbook.


Thursday – The Terms of Peace. Class will review and discuss pages 714 to 717 in the textbook. Students will actively listen, participate in class discussion, and answer teacher-directed questions.

HW: Creating a “New” Europe. Students will read pages 718 to 723 in the textbook.


Friday – Creating a “New” Europe. Class will review and discuss pages 718 to 723 in the textbook. Students will actively listen, participate in class discussion, and answer teacher-directed questions.




English High School


Monday – Short Story. Class is reading a Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, which is a story in which the protagonist undergoes a positive character change. Students will write an 800-to-1200 word short story in which the protagonist undergoes a positive character change.

HW: Short Story. Class is reading a Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, which is a story in which the protagonist undergoes a positive character change. Students will write an 800-to-1200 word short story in which the protagonist undergoes a positive character change. (Students must complete and turn in on Tuesday if not already finished).


Tuesday – Vocabulary Story #5. Class will review Vocabulary List #22. Students will write a 20-sentence story, including one of the vocabulary terms in each sentence.


Wednesday – A Christmas Carol. Class will read and discuss Chapter 3 of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Students will answer guided reading questions.


Thursday – A Christmas Carol. Class will read and discuss Chapter 3 of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Students will answer guided reading questions. (Continued)


Friday – Vocabulary Quiz #22. Quiz on Vocabulary List #22.




American History Middle School


Monday – The Fight Against Slavery. Class will read and discuss pages 422 to 426 in the textbook. Students will answer guided reading questions.

HW: A Call for Women’s Rights & American Literature & Arts. Students will read pages 427 to 435.


Tuesday – A Call for Women’s Rights & American Literature & Arts. Class will read and discuss pages 427 to 435 in the textbook. Students will answer guided reading questions.


Wednesday – Geography Enrichment Activity.


Thursday – Chapter 12 Review & Assessment. Students will complete questions 1 through 6 on page 438 of the textbook.


Friday – Age of Reform Test. Test on Chapter 12 in the textbook.

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