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In Uncategorized on October 22, 2018 at 11:50 am

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:

Review Mock Election Assign for Gov

Activities:

  1. Report to Media Center for Mock Election
  2. Unit 3 Kahoot Review
  3. Introduce Summative Unit 3:
    • To score a 2:  Unit 3 Objective Test
    • To score a 3:  Complete Unit 3 Hyperdoc Summative Blue and Green Parts
    • To score a 4:  Complete Unit 3 Hyperdoc Summative Blue, Green and Red Parts

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Explain the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.
  • Plan and defend the role of a signer of the Declaration of Independence and present it to the class.
  • Analyze the influences and ideas that went into the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.

Bell Ringer:

Review Mock Election Assign for Gov

Activities:

  1. Report to MC for Mock Election
  2. Analyze Declaration Image
  3. Complete Declaration Analysis Assign
  4. Read Ch 2 from Farmer Text by Friday

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 17, 2018 at 11:58 am

IB History of the Americas 

Objectives:

  • Explain the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.
  • Plan and defend the role of a signer of the Declaration of Independence and present it to the class.
  • Analyze the influences and ideas that went into the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare Bios/Simulation Presentations

Activities:

  1. Prepare Presentations
  2. Present Signers Presentations
  3. Complete Declaration Simulation Discussion
  4. Read Ch 2 in Farmer by next Friday/TAKE NOTES!!!!

US History

Objectives:

  • 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:

Report to MC

Activities:

  1. Divide into work groups
    • Group 1:  Working on U2 Form/Sum  (With Ms. Joseph)
    • Group 2:  Work on U3 Form What’s Up Doc?  Federal Pillars
    • Group 3:  Work on U3 Form What’s Up Doc?  GW Pres
    • Group 4:  Work on U3 Two Party Disc/Fed vs. Dem Rep Slogan
    • Group 5:  Work on U3 Sum (With Ms. Joseph)

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 16, 2018 at 11:51 am

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • 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:

Review Two Party System Discussion/Chart

Activities:

  1. Discuss Two Party System
  2. Review Formative Choice Assign Due Today:
    • to score a 2:  #7 Fed vs. Dem Rep Disc, #8 Ch 6 Sec 2-3 VOC, #9 Ch 6 Sec 2-3 VOC Quiz
    • to score a 3:  Two Party System Disc and
    • to score a 4:  Fed vs Dem Rep Slogan
  3. Introduce Unit 3 Summative Assessment Due 10/23

Advisory

  1.  Announcements
  2. Readiness Rubric
  3. Understanding SMART Goals
  4. Discuss SMART Goals
  5. Report to Auditorium for meeting with counselors

IB History of the Americas p. 4

Objectives:

  • Explain the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.
  • Plan and defend the role of a signer of the Declaration of Independence and present it to the class.
  • Analyze the influences and ideas that went into the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.

Bell Ringer:

Examine Declaration Photo

Activities:

  1. Discuss Photo
  2. Declaration Notes
  3. Prepare for Signers Simulation
  4. Make Presentation for Tom

IB History of the Americas p. 5

Objectives:

  • Explain the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.
  • Plan and defend the role of a signer of the Declaration of Independence and present it to the class.
  • Analyze the influences and ideas that went into the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare Bios/Simulation Presentations

Activities:

  1. Prepare Presentations
  2. Present Signers Presentations
  3. Complete Declaration Simulation Discussion
  4. Read Ch 2 in Farmer by next Friday/TAKE NOTES!!!!

US History p. 7

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:

Access Hamilton vs. Jefferson Essay on Schoology

Activities:

  1. Review T-Chart and watch Hamilton vs. Jefferson video
  2. Review Formative Choice Assign:
    • 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
  3. Choice Assign due end of the day today

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 15, 2018 at 11:45 am

US History

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:

Access Hamilton vs. Jefferson Essay on Schoology

Activities:

  1. Review T-Chart and watch Hamilton vs. Jefferson video
  2. Review Formative Choice Assign:
    • 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
  3. Choice Assign due end of the day today

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Explain the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.
  • Plan and defend the role of a signer of the Declaration of Independence and present it to the class.
  • Analyze the influences and ideas that went into the process of creating the Declaration of Independence.

Bell Ringer:

Examine Declaration Photo

Activities:

  1. Discuss Photo
  2. Declaration Notes
  3. Prepare for Signers Simulation
  4. Make Presentation for Tom/Wed

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 12, 2018 at 11:56 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify candidates for the election of Gov of state of MN and prepare for mock election.
  • 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 Mock Election for Gov of MN assign

Activities:

  1. Take Quiz/Research Candidates
  2. Review Choice Assign due 10/15-10/16:
    • 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

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify candidates for the election of Gov of state of MN and prepare for mock election.
  • Identify the roles of leadership in the movements of Independence of South America between Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin.
  • Analyze the roles of leadership in South American Independence by comparing Bolivar and San Martin.
  • Identify South American Independence Movements.
  • Analyze Independence movements in Latin and South America.

Bell Ringer:

Open Mock Election for Gov of MN assign

Activities:

  1. Take Quiz/Research Candidates
  2. Summative Options DUE AT END OF DAY:
    • to score a 3:  The Bolivar vs. San Martin Summative Essay
    • to score a 4:  South American Independence Summary/Media Pres Summative
  3. Work on Form/Sum and answer questions

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 11, 2018 at 11:52 am

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the roles of leadership in the movements of Independence of South America between Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin.
  • Analyze the roles of leadership in South American Independence by comparing Bolivar and San Martin.
  • Identify South American Independence Movements.
  • Analyze Independence movements in Latin and South America.

Bell Ringer:

Turn in Notes

Activities:

  1. Summative Options DUE AT START OF CLASS FRIDAY!!!:
    • to score a 2:  Unit 1 Objective Assessment
    • to score a 3:  The Bolivar vs. San Martin Summative Essay
    • to score a 4:  South American Independence Summary/Media Pres Summative
  2. Work on Form/Sum and answer questions

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 groups for Simulation (from Monday)

Activities:

  1. Discuss Simulation
  2. Complete Simulation
  3. Post Conference Discussion
  4. Preview Formative Assessments:
    • to score a 2:  #1 Who do you Trust Discussion,  #2 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 ,  and #3 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 Quiz
    • to score a 3:  What’s Up Doc? Federal Pillars
    • to score a 4:  Philosophers of Govt Press Conference Assign, Matrix and Discussion

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 10, 2018 at 11:40 am

US History p. 1

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 groups for Simulation (from Monday)

Activities:

  1. Discuss Simulation
  2. Complete Simulation
  3. Post Conference Discussion
  4. Preview Formative Assessments:
    • to score a 2:  #1 Who do you Trust Discussion,  #2 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 ,  and #3 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 Quiz
    • to score a 3:  What’s Up Doc? Federal Pillars
    • to score a 4:  Philosophers of Govt Press Conference Assign, Matrix and Discussion

Advisory

  1. October College Month Announcement
  2. Bus Safety Tests
  3. Go over schedules/Mid Tri Reports/Fill out Grad Card
  4. Folders!
  5. Prep Results and Worksheet
  6. Attendance Readiness and Graphic Organizer

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the roles of leadership in the movements of Independence of South America between Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin.
  • Analyze the roles of leadership in South American Independence by comparing Bolivar and San Martin.
  • Identify South American Independence Movements.
  • Analyze Independence movements in Latin and South America.

Bell Ringer:

Review Formative Notes Assignment/Prepare for Final notes review

Activities:

  1. Discuss Required Formative
  2. Review Causes of Independence in Latin America
  3. Present Summative Options DUE AT START OF CLASS FRIDAY!!!:
    • to score a 2:  Unit 1 Objective Assessment
    • to score a 3:  The Bolivar vs. San Martin Summative Essay
    • to score a 4:  South American Independence Summary/Media Pres Summative
  4. Work on Form/Sum and answer questions

US History p. 7

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 groups for Simulation (from Monday)

Activities:

  1. Review Roles for Simulation/Complete for Tom
  2. Preview Formative Assessments:
    • to score a 2:  #1 Who do you Trust Discussion,  #2 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 ,  and #3 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 Quiz
    • to score a 3:  What’s Up Doc? Federal Pillars
    • to score a 4:  Philosophers of Govt Press Conference Assign, Matrix and Discussion

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 8, 2018 at 11:39 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:

Find Unit 3 Prezi in Collaborative Folder

Activities:

  1. Take Notes on Unit 3 Preview
  2. Preview Formative Assessments:
    • to score a 2:  #1 Who do you Trust Discussion,  #2 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 ,  and #3 VOC Ch 5 Sec 1-3 Quiz
    • to score a 3:  What’s Up Doc? Federal Pillars
    • to score a 4:  Philosophers of Govt Press Conference Assign, Matrix and Discussion

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify Miguel Hidalgo and his role in Mexican Independence.
  • Analyze Hidalgo’s impact on the Independence movements in Latin and South America.

Bell Ringer:

Move into same groups from Friday

Activities:

  1. Mexican Ind Media Presentation
  2. Present Doc/Quest/Visuals
  3. Formative Notes Assign Due Tues/Wed by end of class

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 4, 2018 at 12:03 pm

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the causes of Independence in South and Latin America.
  • Analyze the social, economic and political reasons behind independence in South and Latin America.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Born in Fire and finish taking notes on Ch 2-3

Activities:

  1. Finish Notes
  2. Latin American Ind Crash Course https://youtu.be/ZBw35Ze3bg8

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:

Log in to Kahoot

Activities:

  1. Play Unit 2 American Revolution Kahoot
  2. Preview Summatives Due 10/5
    • Objective Summative for a 2
    • Hyperdoc Revolution for 3/4
  3. Work on Summatives today and Friday in class

Agenda

In Uncategorized on October 3, 2018 at 11:56 am

US History P. 1

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:

Log in to Kahoot

Activities:

  1. Play Unit 2 American Revolution Kahoot
  2. Preview Summatives Due 10/5
    • Objective Summative for a 2
    • Hyperdoc Revolution for 3/4
  3. Work on Summatives today and Friday in class

Advisory

  1. October College Knowledge Month Announcement
  2. Why Post-Secondary Matters? Presentation
  3. Take Prep Survey and Submit Due Today

IB History of the Americas P. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify the causes of Independence in South and Latin America.
  • Analyze the social, economic and political reasons behind independence in South and Latin America.

Bell Ringer:

Review Causes of South and Latin American Independence Web on Prezi

Activities:

  1. Lecture on causes of Ind or view at:  https://youtu.be/mLoFql5pmUw 
  2. Read Blood of Fire Ch 2-3 and take notes in groups

IB History of the Americas P. 5

Objectives:

  • Identify the causes of Independence in South and Latin America.
  • Analyze the social, economic and political reasons behind independence in South and Latin America.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Born in Fire and finish taking notes on Ch 2-3

Activities:

  1. Finish Notes
  2. Latin American Ind Crash Course https://youtu.be/ZBw35Ze3bg8

US History p. 7

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:

Review ideas of choice assign

Activities:

  1. Go over choice assignments due today:
  2. Watch Pt. I and II of Liberty!