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Week of April 3 to April 7

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 – NO CLASS (CAREER DAY)

Tuesday – Cumulative Vocabulary Test. Test on Vocabulary Lists.

Wednesday – The Counterculture & Women’s Rights Movement. Class will discuss pages 762 to 770. Students will answer questions provided by teacher.

Thursday – Vocabulary Review Worksheet #5. 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.

Friday – The Rights Revolution Expands & The Environmental Movement. Class will discuss pages 772 to 783. Students will answer questions provided by teacher.



World History High School

Monday – NO CLASS (CAREER DAY)

Tuesday – The Unification of Germany. Class will discuss pages 637 to 642. Students will answer guided reading questions.

Homework: Students will read Opposition to Bismarck pages 643 to 646.

Wednesday – Opposition to Bismarck. Class will discuss pages 643 to 646. Students will answer guided reading questions.

Homework: Students will read Reform and Revolution in Russia pages 647 to 652.

Thursday – Reform and Revolution in Russia. Class will discuss pages 647 to 652. Students will answer guided reading questions.

Homework: Students will read Unrest in Austria-Hungary pages 653 to 657.

Friday – Unrest in Austria-Hungary. Class will discuss pages 653 to 657. Students will answer questions guided reading questions.



English High School

Monday – Vocabulary Story #4. Class will review Vocabulary List #21. Students will write a 20-sentence story, including one of the vocabulary terms in each sentence.

Tuesday – A Christmas Carol. Class will read and discuss the opening section of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Students will answer guided reading questions.

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

Thursday – A Christmas Carol. Class will read and discuss the opening section of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Students will answer guided reading questions.

Friday – Vocabulary Quiz #22.



American History Middle School

Monday – NO CLASS (CAREER DAY)

Homework: Students will read The Industrial Revolution pages 382 to 387.

Tuesday – The Industrial Revolution. Class will discuss pages 382 to 387 in the textbook. Students will answer guided reading questions.

Homework: Students will read The North Transformed pages 390 to 395.

Wednesday – The North Transformed. Class will discuss pages 390 to 395 in the textbook. Students will answer guided reading questions.

Homework: Students will read The Plantation South pages 396 to 400.

Thursday – The Plantation South. Class will discuss pages 396 to 400 in the textbook. Students will answer guided reading questions.

Homework: Students will read The Challenges of Growth pages 401 to 405.

Friday – The Challenges of Growth. Class will discuss pages 401 to 405 in the textbook. Students will answer guided reading questions.

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