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Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 14, 2019 at 12:03 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Analyze the organization and powers of the federal government between 1783 and 1800, including the debate over the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights; explain the origins of the two-party system and the significance of the election of 1800.

Bell Ringer:

Log in to Kahoot for Unit 3 Review

Activities:

  1. Unit 3 Kahoot Review
  2. Review Unit 3 Summative Hyperdoc for a 3/4
  3. Take Unit 3 Objective Summative/Finish required Formatives
  4. Summative Due Wed!

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Understand the origins, methods and effects of independence movements in Kenya, the Gold Coast, Ghana, Algeria and Zimbabwe.
  • Compare and contrast the origins, methods and effects of independence movements in Kenya, the Gold Coast, Ghana, Algeria and Zimbabwe.

Bell Ringer:

Access African Independence Graphic Organizer

Activities:

  1. Take Notes on Ghana, Rhodesia/Zimbabwe and Algeria
  2. Add info from Vadney, Lowe and Boahen Texts
  3. Completed Graphic Organizer next class period
  4. Summative Reading Quiz on Wed in class

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 10, 2019 at 12:09 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Review Midtri performance and complete Mid-Tri Tracking Sheet.
  • Evaluate knowledge of Units 1 and 2 in US History
  • Reflect on previous assessments and create US History Portfolios
  • Identify Thomas Jefferson and his impact as President.
  • Analyze the political ideals that Jefferson brought to the American government.
  • Analyze the differences between Federalists and Democratic-Republicans.
  • Compare and contrast Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton.

Bell Ringer:

Log into Chromebook and go to Schoology page for US History.  Open Portfolio Instructions Link and follow along with instructor.

Activities:

  1. Create US History Portfolio
  2. Review Mid-Tri Tracking Sheets
  3. Review choice assign due 10/11:
    • to score a 2:  #7 Fed vs. Dem Rep Disc, #8 Ch 6 Sec 2-3 VOC with terms Battle of Fallen Timbers, Jay Treaty, 12th Amendment, Judiciary Act of 1801, John Marshall, Marbury v. Madison and judicial review and #9 Ch 6 Sec 2-3 VOC Quiz
    • to score a 3:  Two Party System Disc
    • to score a 4:  Fed vs Dem Rep Slogan

IB 20th CenturyWorld

Objectives:

  • Understand the origins, methods and effects of independence movements in Kenya, the Gold Coast, Ghana, Algeria and Zimbabwe.
  • Compare and contrast the origins, methods and effects of independence movements in Kenya, the Gold Coast, Ghana, Algeria and Zimbabwe.

Bell Ringer:

Access People’s Century Freedom Now 1947 T-Chart in Schoology

Activities:

  1. Take Notes during People’s Century video
  2. Submit T-Chart at end of class
  3. Complete People’s Now Discussion for homework

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 9, 2019 at 12:32 pm

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Midterm Grades
  3. Review Process Journal 10/9

US History p. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify terms that deal with early political ideas of Washington.
  • Analyze the political ideas which emerged under Washington with Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton.

Bell Ringer:

Open Chromebooks and access Unit 3 Folder

Activities:

  1. Review choice assign due 10/9:
    • to score a 2: #4 What is the Constitution Disc? using http://www.history.com/topics/constitution , #5 Ch 6 Sec 1 VOC with terms Judicial Act 1789, Alexander Hamilton, Cabinet, National Bank, Democratic-Republican and Two-party system, #6 Ch 6 Sec 1 VOC Quiz
    • to score a 3:  What’s Up Doc?  GW Presidency
    • to score a 4:  Hamilton vs. Jefferson Essay

US History p. 5

Objectives:

  • Review Midtri performance and complete Mid-Tri Tracking Sheet.
  • Evaluate knowledge of Units 1 and 2 in US History
  • Reflect on previous assessments and create US History Portfolios
  • Identify Thomas Jefferson and his impact as President.
  • Analyze the political ideals that Jefferson brought to the American government.
  • Analyze the differences between Federalists and Democratic-Republicans.
  • Compare and contrast Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton.

Bell Ringer:

Log into Chromebook and go to Schoology page for US History.  Open Portfolio Instructions Link and follow along with instructor.

Activities:

  1. Create US History Portfolio
  2. Review Mid-Tri Tracking Sheets
  3. Review choice assign due 10/11:
    • to score a 2:  #7 Fed vs. Dem Rep Disc, #8 Ch 6 Sec 2-3 VOC with terms Battle of Fallen Timbers, Jay Treaty, 12th Amendment, Judiciary Act of 1801, John Marshall, Marbury v. Madison and judicial review and #9 Ch 6 Sec 2-3 VOC Quiz
    • to score a 3:  Two Party System Disc  
    • to score a 4:  Fed vs Dem Rep Slogan

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Understand and analyze the ideas presented in Guns, Germs and Steel documentary

Bell Ringer:

Access Unit 2 Folder and open Guns, Germs and Steel Assign

Activities:

  1. Watch Videos
  2. Summarize each video
  3. Turn in by Midnight

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 7, 2019 at 11:49 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify and understand the American Republic, the Articles of Confederation and compromises that led to the ratifying of the constitution.
  • Explain the events of the Constitutional Convention and implications on American political history.

Bell Ringer:

Move into Philosopher Groups

Activities:

  1. Review Steps
  2. Present Philosopher
  3. Turn in Matrix
  4. Work on Unit 3 Notes

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the differing views of colonization in Ghana, Congo, Algeria and Kenya.
  • Analyze and present the perspectives of colonization as they relate to European and African perspectives.
  • Create a political cartoon and present its meaning of perspective on African colonization.

Bell Ringer:

Move into Case Study Groups

Activities:

  1. Present Case Study
  2. Complete Self Assessments

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 4, 2019 at 12:16 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify and understand the American Republic, the Articles of Confederation and compromises that led to the ratifying of the constitution.
  • Explain the events of the Constitutional Convention and implications on American political history.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Unit 3 Playlists

Activities:

  1. Set Goals
  2. Move into Small Groups
  3. Intro Philosophers Assign and Work on Roles
  4. Present Info on Monday

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the differing views of colonization in Ghana, Congo, Algeria and Kenya.
  • Analyze and present the perspectives of colonization as they relate to European and African perspectives.  
  • Create a political cartoon and present its meaning of perspective on African colonization.

Bell Ringer:

Move into Map Groups

Activities:

  1. Intro African Colonization Case Study Assignment
  2. Work on Presentations/Present on Monday

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 3, 2019 at 12:02 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the political and military events that caused some North American colonies to break with Great Britain, wage war and proclaim a new nation in 1776.
  • Analyze the American revolutionaries’ justifications, principles and ideals as expressed in the Declaration of Independence
  • Develop a timeline of the major events and turning points of the American Revolution, including the involvement of other nations; analyze the reasons for American victory.

Bell Ringer:

Get Unit 2 Cornell Notes from Mr. W

Activities:

  1. Review Notes/Play Kahoot for Unit 2 Revolution
  2. Go over Unit 2 Summative for a 3/4
  3. Take Unit 2 Summative for a 2 OR Finish Formatives for Unit 2

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify and understand the Berlin Conference and its impact on Africa.
  • Analyze the pre-colonial period in Africa and evaluate the impact of European colonialism on the continent as a whole.

Bell Ringer:

Access Berlin Conference and Africa Assignment in Schoology/Unit 2 Africa

Activities:

  1. Watch Berlin Conference Video
  2. Present Berlin Conf and Africa Assign
  3. Upload Map and 1 Page Description

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 2, 2019 at 12:10 pm

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Transcripts/Card Update
  3. Personal Project Review in Schoology

US History p. 4

Objectives:

  • Describe the political and military events that caused some North American colonies to break with Great Britain, wage war and proclaim a new nation in 1776.
  • Analyze the American revolutionaries’ justifications, principles and ideals as expressed in the Declaration of Independence
  • Develop a timeline of the major events and turning points of the American Revolution, including the involvement of other nations; analyze the reasons for American victory.

Bell Ringer:

Open Chromebook and take out Unit 2 Playlist

Activities:

  1. Go over choice assign due 10/1:
    • To score a 2: #9 Tyranny vs. Rebellion Discussion:  What is Tyranny vs Rebellion? #10 Faces of Independence Chart and #11 Faces Quiz
    • To score a 3:What’s Up Doc? Mob Rule
    • To score a 4: GV Liberty
  2. Next class meeting Summative for Unit 2

US History p. 5

Objectives:

  • Describe the political and military events that caused some North American colonies to break with Great Britain, wage war and proclaim a new nation in 1776.
  • Analyze the American revolutionaries’ justifications, principles and ideals as expressed in the Declaration of Independence
  • Develop a timeline of the major events and turning points of the American Revolution, including the involvement of other nations; analyze the reasons for American victory.

Bell Ringer:

Get Unit 2 Cornell Notes from Mr. W

Activities:

  1. Review Notes/Play Kahoot for Unit 2 Revolution
  2. Go over Unit 2 Summative for a 3/4
  3. Take Unit 2 Summative for a 2 OR Finish Formatives for Unit 2

IB 20th Century World p. 7

Objectives:

  • Apply ideas of origin, methods and effects of independence in India in 19th and 20thcenturies.

Bell Ringer:

Go to Schoology Page and locate Indian Independence Graphic Organizer Summative

Activities:

  1. Review Graphic Organizer
  2. Complete Essay Frame Summative
  3. Review Final Portfolio

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 1, 2019 at 11:53 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the political and military events that caused some North American colonies to break with Great Britain, wage war and proclaim a new nation in 1776.
  • Analyze the American revolutionaries’ justifications, principles and ideals as expressed in the Declaration of Independence
  • Develop a timeline of the major events and turning points of the American Revolution, including the involvement of other nations; analyze the reasons for American victory.

Bell Ringer:

Open Chromebook and take out Unit 2 Playlist

Activities:

  1. Go over choice assign due 10/1:
    • To score a 2: #9 Tyranny vs. Rebellion Discussion:  What is Tyranny vs Rebellion? #10 Faces of Independence Chart and #11 Faces Quiz
    • To score a 3:What’s Up Doc? Mob Rule
    • To score a 4: GV Liberty
  2. Next class meeting Summative for Unit 2

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Apply ideas of origin, methods and effects of independence in India in 19th and 20th centuries.

Bell Ringer:

Go to Schoology Page and locate Indian Independence Graphic Organizer Summative

Activities:

  1. Review Graphic Organizer
  2. Complete Essay Frame Summative
  3. Review Final Portfolio