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Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 16, 2016 at 11:57 am

US History A

Objectives:

  • Identify and analyze the events of the Holocaust and its lasting affects.

Bell Ringer:

Complete Jewish Refugee discussion

Activities:

  1. Get into Reading Groups
  2. Read Night p. 28-46
  3. Take Night Quiz/Must be finished Monday at end of class

IB 20th Century History

Objectives:

  • Explain the origins of anti-colonialism and the rise of nationalism in India.
  • Evaluate the impact of anti-colonialism and rise of nationalism in India on a movement towards independence.

Bell Ringer:

Look for Anti-colonialism vs. Nationalism Presentation and Indian Independence Graphic Organizers in Schoology Unit 1 India folder.

Activities:

  1.  Watch Anti-Colonialism vs. Nationalism MrW Production: https://youtu.be/XCvXCNbat8k 
  2. Watch Hans Rosling Presentation:  https://youtu.be/jbkSRLYSojo
  3. Discuss Indian Independence Organizers
  4. Review Vadney, Lowe and Strayer readings Due Monday!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 15, 2016 at 12:08 pm

US History A P. 3/6/7

Objectives:

  • Explain the rise of dictators, the beginnings of WWII and American response.
  • Identify and analyze the rise of dictatorships and authoritarian regimes that emerged in Europe and Asia during the 1930’s.
  • Analyze American isolationism during the 1930s and its effect on world affairs.
  • Identify and analyze the events of the Holocaust and its lasting affects.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Treaty of Versailles Discussion Questions

Activities:

  1. Treaty of Versailles Disc
  2. WWII Cause and Effect Chart/Video
  3. WWII Cause and Effect Essay Due next Friday
  4. Jewish Refugee Discussion

IB 20th Century History P. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Presentations

Activities:

  1.  Final presentations
  2. Take notes/discuss Analysis Paper
  3. Paper due by end of class in Schoology

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 14, 2016 at 11:56 am

Advisory

  1.  Lockers, schedules, pictures/id’s, iPad questions
  2. P.R.I.D.E  Lessons
  3. IB Learner Profile Slides 1-18

IB 20th Century History P. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare presentations

Activities:

  1.  Volunteers Present
  2. Rest will present in Alpha Order
  3. Take Notes for Analysis Paper

IB 20th Century History P. 5

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Presentations

Activities:

  1.  Final presentations
  2. Take notes/discuss Analysis Paper
  3. Paper due by end of class in Schoology

US History A P. 7

Objectives:

  • Explain the rise of dictators, the beginnings of WWII and American response.
  • Identify and analyze the rise of dictatorships and authoritarian regimes that emerged in Europe and Asia during the 1930’s.
  • Analyze American isolationism during the 1930s and its effect on world affairs.

Bell Ringer:

Take Quiz Ch 10/11 OR start reading Treaty of Versailles Disc

Activities:

  1.  Finish Quiz
  2. Complete Treaty of Versailles Doc Analysis Reading
  3. Discuss Questions
  4. WWII Cause and Effect Chart/Video
  5. Essay Due Next Thursday

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 13, 2016 at 12:02 pm

US History A P. 3/6

Objectives:

  • Explain the rise of dictators, the beginnings of WWII and American response.
  • Identify and analyze the rise of dictatorships and authoritarian regimes that emerged in Europe and Asia during the 1930’s.
  • Analyze American isolationism during the 1930s and its effect on world affairs.

Bell Ringer:

Take Quiz Ch 10/11 OR start reading Treaty of Versailles Disc

Activities:

  1.  Finish Quiz
  2. Complete Treaty of Versailles Doc Analysis Reading
  3. Discuss Questions
  4. WWII Cause and Effect Chart/Video
  5. Essay Due Next Thursday

IB 20th Century History P. 5

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare presentations

Activities:

  1.  Volunteers Present
  2. Rest will present in Alpha Order
  3. Take Notes for Analysis Paper

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 12, 2016 at 12:01 pm

US History A

Objectives:

  • Explain the rise of dictators, the beginnings of WWII and American response.
  • Identify and analyze the rise of dictatorships and authoritarian regimes that emerged in Europe and Asia during the 1930’s.
  • Analyze American isolationism during the 1930s and its effect on world affairs.

Bell Ringer:

Finish VOC Ch 10/11

Activities:

  1. Work on VOC
  2. Take Ch 10/11 Quiz
  3. Start Treaty of Versailles Reading Disc

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare presentations

Activities:

  1. Work on presentations
  2. Presentations due tom for P. 5/ Wed P. 4

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 9, 2016 at 11:58 am

US History A

Objectives:

  • Explain the rise of dictators, the beginnings of WWII and American response.
  • Identify and analyze the rise of dictatorships and authoritarian regimes that emerged in Europe and Asia during the 1930’s.
  • Analyze American isolationism during the 1930s and its effect on world affairs.

Bell Ringer:

If you have access on your phone, login to Schoology and go to your US History A course.

Activities:

  1. Play US A Schoology Video
  2. Discuss Unit 1 Activities
  3. Present Prezi, Ch 10/11 Outline, VOC Ch 10/11 and Quiz
  4. Work on VOC Ch 10/11
  5. Quiz must be finished in class on Monday

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare Presentations

Activities:

  1.  My History Presentations
  2. Hour 4 Due Wed/5 Due Tues

 

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 8, 2016 at 12:03 pm

Advisory 

  1.  Handout Pics
  2. Student Handbook 

US History A

Objectives:

  • Identify instructor and background.
  • Explain one element about the background of instructor or fellow student.
  • Understand and summarize main ideas of classroom procedures, expectations and objectives.
  • Analyze thematic focus of course.

Bell Ringer:

Think about the following question:  Have you ever been taught how to take notes?

Activities:

  1.  Discuss answers
  2. Cornell Notes Presentation
  3. Write Questions?
  4. Bloom’s/Costa’s Levels of Understanding
  5. Summary/Collect

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Create Graphic Organizers

Activities:

  1.  Check organizers
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Work on Presentations/Due Monday!

 

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 7, 2016 at 12:07 pm

Advisory

  1.  Locker Assign
  2. Handbook Review

US History A

Objectives:

  • Identify instructor and background.
  • Explain one element about the background of instructor or fellow student.
  • Understand and summarize main ideas of classroom procedures, expectations and objectives.
  • Analyze thematic focus of course.

Bell Ringer:

Answer the following question on a sheet of paper:  “I am __________.”

Activities:

  1.  Discuss answers/ “I Am Poem”
  2. Write poems
  3. What is History? Web
  4. Ted Talk on History

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Review comments from yesterday and teacher responses

Activities:

  1. Consider Reflection?
  2. Discuss My History Presentations Guidelines and Rubric
  3. Brainstorm Presentation
  4. Review MrW Presentation Script

 

Welcome back to school!

In Uncategorized on September 6, 2016 at 12:12 pm

Advisory

  1.  Hello Juniors!!!!
  2. Schedules:  Follow working schedule/Choose a class go to Learning Commons/Schedule Changes after school LC
  3. 1st Week of School Schedule
  4. Reg Schedule
  5. Lunch Pins and Schoolvue Schedules

US History A

Objectives:

  • Identify instructor and background.
  • Explain one element about the background of instructor or fellow student.
  • Understand and summarize main ideas of classroom procedures, expectations and objectives.
  • Analyze thematic focus of course.

Bell Ringer:

Find assigned seat/number 1-10 on notecard

Activities:

  1.  Answer Intro Questions
  2. Give one/Take One
  3. Intros
  4. Syllabus Breakdown
  5. Letters Home

IB 20th Century History

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 2 course.
  • Organize and plan a presentation about their summer break.
  • Create a creative presentation that details the account of their summer.
  • Analyze the presentations of students to evaluate what would be the most accurate account of the summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Review Syllabus/Outline

Activities:

  1.  Review Syllabus Questions
  2. Discuss “The Account”
  3. MrW’s Summer and Summer Events Presentation
  4. Account Evaluation