Monday: Chapter 18 Workbook and Reform movement Project
Tuesday: Reform movement project (Due at the end of class)
Wednesday: America History of Us video and notes (Due Thursday)
Thursday: Chapter 19 Vocabulary and Reading (Test Monday 3/18)
Friday: Chapter 19 Interactive Notebook (Test Monday 3/18)
Monday: Continue working on prohibition packet as an intro to the reform era
Tuesday: Start reading chapter 18 and working on the interactive notebook for chapter 18, Pages through 176.
Wednesday: Continue working on chapter 18 interactive notebook. Quiz Thursday
Thursday: Chapter 18 quiz. Pick out a reform movement to create a commercial for. Start writing a screenplay for the commercial.
Friday: Correct chapter 18 quiz - Complete screenplay for commercial and start recording reform commercial.
Monday - Chapter 11/12 assessment - read chapter 14 on www.teachtci.com
Tuesday - Andrew Jackson and chapter 14 quiz (mirror/mirror or angel/devil project) DUE Thursday
Wednesday - Andrew Jackson and chapter 14 quiz DUE Thursday
Thursday - Andrew Jackson and chapter 14 quiz due - Story of US Westward Expansion
Friday - Spirit Assembly
MONDAY - Chapter 12 - Presidents Book Day 1 - Students completed their flash cards for chapter 12 and started work on their study books for Chapter 12 and the presidents. Students focused on George Washington and section 12.1, 12.2.
TUESDAY - FLASHCARD CHECK - Chapter 12 Presidents Book Day 2 - Sections 12.3, 12.4
WEDNESDAY - Chapter 12 Presidents Book Day 3 - Sections 12.5, 12.6
THURSDAY - Chapter 12 Presidents Book Day 4 - Sections 12.6, 12.7
FRIDAY - Chapter 12 Presidents Book Day 5 - Sections 12.8, 12.9
(Review on Monday / Test on Tuesday)
Monday: Conclude Mock Trial - Argument Essay Assigned - Due Friday 1/18
Tuesday: Mock Trial and Core Democratic Values Essay - Done in class, 1 full page.
Wednesday: Argument Essay Peer edits, Chapter 11 Assigned
Thursday :Argument Essay Peer edits, Chapter 11 - Continued
Friday: Washington's Letter and booklet assigned
Monday: Make Constitution test flashcards 1-38
Tuesday: Constitution textbook games on computer (Ch.8/9/10)
Wednesday: Read through mock trial as a group
Thursday: Work on mock trial in groups
Friday: Work on mock trial in groups
Students presented their projects today and tried to show how they displayed their understanding of the amendments. Their homework tonight is to describe in a few sentences how the project helped them understand and learn the amendments. If they didn’t learn them they are to explain what went wrong in their project process. 3-6 sentences. Due tomorrow.
Monday: Bill becomes a law assessment- No Tyranny reading
Tuesday: Amendments Project Presentation
Wednesday: What are the Rights?
Thursday: Amendments and more Review Game
Friday: Assessment (Chapter 10 vocabulary too)
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