• Thursday/Friday 5/7 & 5/8

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Zoom for class --> DBQ Skill review and begin content review

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: 

     **Wednesday's optional Zoom Office Hours will focus on some content review and term usage**

     

    Tuesday/Wednesday 5/5 & 5/6

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Zoom for a quick debrief about organization and day of exam information

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Study and get organized for the exam

     

    Monday 5/4

    • Review the CollegeBoard email to practice logging in to the AP Exam portal

    • Complete ONE of the DBQs on Classroom using the 2020 scoring guidelines, a 45 minute timer, and an honest effort! There are all due by 5/6 at 11:59 PM and we will use them for review in class this week

    • See below for the review packet


    Thursday/Friday 4/30 & 5/1

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Zoom for class --> Counter Culture and Protest Songs

    2. Sample Thesis/Synthesis from AIM/Chicano

    3. Remote Calendar

    HW: 

     

    Tuesday/Wednesday 4/28 & 4/29

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Vietnam War - review slideshow, reading, and complete the video questions on Classroom - due 4/23 & 4/24

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read 29.2

    Monday 4/27

     


    Thursday/Friday 4/23 & 4/24

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Zoom for class --> 2nd Wave Feminism

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read 28.2, 906-907

     

    Tuesday/Wednesday 4/21 & 4/22

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Zoom for class --> Constitutional Comparison

    2. AIM/Chicano Movement Thesis/Syn practice - Access via Classroom or Calendar - due 4/23 & 4/24

    3. EA Examples - Take a look at these to review EA and then compare yours to it. 

    4. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read pgs. 888-890, 902-906

    Monday 4/20

     


    Thursday/Friday 4/16 & 4/17

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Zoom for class --> Discussion on Civil Rights Movement

    2. Malcolm X and MLK Source Analysis - Access via Classroom or Calendar

    3. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read 27.2

     

    Tuesday/Wednesday 4/14 & 4/15

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. A Time for Justice Video and Discussion Prep

    2. *Wednesday 1:30-3 Meet Office Hours*

    3. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read 27.1


    Friday 4/2

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Finish catching up on CH 26 if needed

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Enjoy Spring Break

     

    Wednesday 3/31

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. 1950s P, E Overview- 10 am optional Google Meet lecture/discussion

      1. Recording will be added to slides and is here

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read CH 26.3

     

    Tuesday 3/31

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. 1950s Feminine Society - 12:30 optional Google Meet lecture/discussion

      1. Recording will be added to slide and here

    2. Analysis practice of documents for notebook

    3. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read CH 26.2

     

    Monday 3/30

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. 1950s in Color - Viewing guide questions to be turned in on Classroom

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read CH 26.1


    Friday 3/27

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. MC Practice on AP Classroom, stop after question 43 (unless you want to see how much you know about the modern era) - I will check this on Monday at 5pm for completion and for what areas we need to review the most

      1. You will need AP's Lock Down browser for this as well

    HW: Study

     

    Wednesday 3/25

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Ch 24-25 MC and SAQ on AP Classroom - this will be timed 

    HW: NONE

     

    Tuesday 3/24

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. Study for MC and SAQ

    HW: Study

     

    Monday 3/23

    Agenda: 

    QOD: NONE

    1. 12:30 pm Google Meet Cold War at Home Lecture

      1. Recorded lecture inside ppt.

    2. Link for updated Calendar #2 - This will change as we hear from College Board about your test

    HW: 12:30 pm AP Classroom CH 24-25 MC and SAQ 10/25


    Friday 3/20

    Agenda: 

    QOD: What were the political, social, and economic impacts of WWII?

    1. Cold War Lecture - Take notes for yourself, using the information in the speaker notes as well and watching any video clips

    2. On slide 8, complete the thesis and EA practice by Tuesday for Classroom

      1. Documents for thesis/EA

    3. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read 25.2

     

    Block 3/18 and 3/19

    Agenda: 

    QOD: Atomic bomb decision making - Watch linked video and answer question on first slide

    1. Finish Atomic Bomb notes

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Read 25.2

     

    Tuesday 3/17

    Agenda: 10 am Google Meet

    QOD: NONE

    1. WWII Lecture, 10 am, Google Meet (APUSH)

    2. Recording of lecture

    3. Remote Calendar

      HW: Read 25.1

       

    Monday 3/16

    Agenda: 10 am Google Meet

    QOD: NONE

    1.  WWII Ordinary Americans assignment - in notebook

      1. Readings

    2. Remote Calendar

    HW: Finish CH 24

     **Begin online learning 3/16**


    Friday 3/13 - School cancelled and moved online

     

    Block 3/11 and 3/12

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Unit 6 DBQ  

    2. Finish WWII Pre-US

    HW: Read 24.3

     

    Tuesday 3/10

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  WWII Pre-US

    2. Interventionist v Isolationist

    HW: DBQ block

     

    Monday 3/9

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  CH 23 MC

    2. Kahoot- WWII Recall

    HW: Read 24.1

     


    Friday 3/6

    Agenda:

    QOD: Which part of the New Deal had the greatest impact on individuals between 1931-1939? Why?

    1.  Dust Bowl - EA practice on Classroom

    HW: NONE

     

    Thursday 3/5

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  FDR and the New Deal

    2. Paragraph at end for notebook using RLH documents

    HW: Read 22.4

     

    Tuesday 3/3

    Agenda:

    QOD: How did the Great Depression show the social and political flaws in 1920s American society?

    1. 1930s in Color

    HW: Read 22.3

     

    Monday 3/2

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  

    HW: Read 23.2


    Friday 2/28

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  21/22 MC

    HW: Read 23.1

     

    Block 2/26 & 2/27

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Finish 1920s in Color - Viewing Guide

    2. 1920s S,P,E Lecture

    HW: 21/22 MC on Friday

     

    Tuesday 2/25

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  Post War Struggles

    2. Begin 1920s in Color - Viewing Guide

    HW: Read 22.3

     

    Monday 2/24

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  Great Migration and Race Riots

    HW: Read 22.2


    MID-WINTER BREAK - HAVE A GOOD BREAK!


    Friday 2/14

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1.  End of WWI and Versailles 

    HW: Read 22.1 - Have a good break!

     

    Block 2/12 and 2/13

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Perspectives on the Homefront discussion

    2. Sedition in WWI - Questions in Notebook

    HW: Read 21.4

     

    Tuesday 2/11

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. WWI Intro and Homefront

    2. Work on HW for Friday - Homefront questions on Classroom

    HW: Read 21.3

     

    Monday 2/10

    Agenda:

    QOD: Evaluate the reasons for opposition to imperialism. How does it connect to the Gilded Age/Progressive Era?

    1. Cartoon Debrief - what symbols do you see? what perspectives?

    2. Finish American Imperialism Lecture

    HW: Read 21.3


    Friday 2/7

    Agenda:

    QOD: Manifest Destiny

    1. American Imperialism - Stop at end of S-A War

    2. Work on 1 set of cartoons for chart

    HW:Read 21.2

     

    Block 2/5 and 2/6

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Ch 20 MC

    2. Unit 5 LEQ

    HW:Read 21.1

     

    Tuesday 2/4

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Progressives and Politics - An Intro

    2. Documents for disucssion on Classroom

    HW:MC and Unit SAQ block

     

    Monday 2/3

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. CH 20 Political Intro

    2. Trump and WJB discussion

    HW: Read 20.3


    Block 1/30 and 1/31

    Agenda:

    QOD: Was the Triangle Shirtwaist fire a tipping point for the Progressive Movement? Why?

    1. CH 18/19 MC Debrief

    2. People's Party Intro

      1. Omaha Platform

    HW: Read 20.2

     

    Wednesday 1/29

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. CH 18/19 MC and SAQ

    HW: Read 20.1

     

    Tuesday 1/28

    Agenda:

    QOD: Who is responsible for fixing society, the people or the government? Why?

    1. Settlement House Movement

    2. EA practice on Classroom

    HW: Finish 19

     

    Monday 1/27

    Agenda:

    QOD: How did cities change during the Gilded Age? Why?

    1. Sample SAQs, VA, VB

    2. Political Machines and Social Changes

    HW: Read 19.2


    Friday 1/24 - Ms. K Out

    Agenda:

    QOD: What is the connection between science and religion in the Gilded Age? Why?

    1. Jacob Riis and CH 18/19

    HW: Read 19.1

     

    Block 1/22 and 1/23

    Agenda:

    QOD: SAQ Practice

    1. Masculine Society

    2. 2nd half of class for counselor scheduling 

    HW: Read 18.3

     

    Tuesday 1/21

    Agenda:

    QOD: What social changes do you predict will happen in the Gilded Age? Why?

    1. MC Revice

    2. Intro to Social Changes

    HW: Read 18.2

     

    Monday 1/20 - NO SCHOOL, MLK DAY

     


    Friday 1/17

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. CH 16/17 MC and SAQ

    HW: Read 18.1

     

    Block 1/15 & 1/16

    Agenda:

    QOD: How is immigration both a social and political concern?

    1. Chinese Exclusion

      1. 2x EA for notebook
    2. Pro/Con Unions discussion

    HW: Read 17.3

     

    Tuesday 1/14

    Agenda:

    QOD: Evaluate the positives and negatives of both horizontal and vertical integration? Why are these important to the Gilded Age?

    1. Factors of Production chart

    2. Robber Barons and the Industrial Age Political Cartoon Analysis

    HW: Read 17.2

     

    Monday 1/13

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Intro to the Gilded Age

    2. Gilded Age paragraph - on Classroom, due Wed.

    HW: Read 17.1


    Friday 1/10

    Agenda:

    QOD: How does the events in the video embody the social, political, and economics of the time period?

    1. Native American Wars

    HW: Read 16.3

    Thursday 1/9

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Finish - Settling the West

    2. Primary Source Activity and SAQ Practice

    3. S1 Survey - Link on Classroom

    HW: Read 16.2

     

    Wednesday 1/8 - Welcome Back!

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Return Final Exam

    2. Spring Reading Guide

    3. Begin - Settling the West

    HW: Read 16.1



    Friday 12/13

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. MC Review on College Board

    HW: Study

    Block 12/11 & 12/12

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. CH 14-15 DBQ

    2. Coco and Cram Review Slides

    HW: CH 14/15 DBQ Block

     

    Tuesday 12/10

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Return SAQ and CH 14/15 MC

      1. SAQ Samples

    2. Begin Review using LEQ Questions (on Classroom)

    HW: CH 14/15 DBQ Block

     

    Monday 12/9

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. CH 14/15 MC

    HW: Begin review for Final


    Friday 12/6

    Agenda:

    QOD: See PowerPoint

    1. Reconstruction Lecture

    HW: CH 14/15 MC

    Block 12/4 & 12/5

    Agenda:

    QOD: Was sharecropping a positive or negaitve for blacks following the Civil War?

    1. Review CH 8-11 LEQ

      1. LEQ Samples

    2. Sharecropping

    3. Radical Reconstruction

      1. Discuss questions

    4. Begin Semeter Review

    HW: You should be done with 15 by Friday

     

    Tuesday 12/3

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Intro to Reconstruction

    2. Reconstruction Group evaluation CH 15.1

    HW: Read 15.1 for Wednesday, 15.1 and 15.2 for Thursday --> You should be done with 15 by Friday

     

    Monday 12/2

    Agenda:

    QOD: How should history reflect on Lincoln's legacy?

    1. Lincoln and historiography

      1. Docs for thesis and supports on Classroom

    HW: Finish CH 14

     


    Friday 11/22

    Agenda:

    QOD: Evaluate the political, social, and econoimc differneces between the Union and Confederacy in the first 2 years of the war.

    1. Civil War 1863-65 Lecture

    HW: Enjoy Break

     

    Block 11/20 and 21

    Agenda:

    QOD: Why did Lincoln say to his advisor, "I hope to have God on my side, but I need Kentucky."?

    1. Civil War 1861-63 Lecture

    2. LEQ Practice --> on Classroom with your partner

    HW: Read 14.2

     

    Tuesday 11/19

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. NONE

    HW: Read 14.1

     

    Monday 11/18

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Road to Civil War Discussions

    HW: Study for MC and SAQ


    Friday 11/15

    Agenda:

    QOD: What were the motives of the free-soil movement? How do these motives connect to Antebellum society?

    1. Finish Road to Civil War Lecture

    2. Refusal to Compromise - disscussion questions

    3. Time to work on debate

    HW: Finish chapter and debate prep

     

    Block 11/13 & 11/14

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Road to Civil War - Start Lecture

    2. Prep time to work on debate --> Debate on Monday

      1. Assignment sheet

      2. Supporting Documents

    HW: Keep reading CH 13, finish by Monday

     

    Tuesday 11/12

    Agenda:

    QOD: Use the attached slide for QOD about Manifest Destiny

    1. Texas Annexation

    HW: CH 13, section 1

     

    Monday 11/11 - No School, Veteran's day 

     


    Friday 11/8

    Agenda:

    QOD: Compare and constrast society in the American South with that of the North. Is it fair to say that American was, in fact, two distinct societies by 1860?

    1. Antebellum Slavery - Group lecture

    2. SAQ Practice

    HW: NONE

     

    Block 11/6 & 11/7

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Antebellum Slavery 

      1. Video - minutes 3-41

      2. Antebellum DBQ Practice - On Classroom = due Friday

    HW: Read pgs 374-380

     

    Tuesday 11/5

    Agenda:

    QOD: How did plantation crops and the system of slavery change between 1800-1860? Why did these changes occur?

    1. Growth of the South

      1. Primary Sources - Answer 1 of the document questions for your notebook

      2. Crash Course

    HW: Read pgs 380-389

     

    Monday 11/4

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. DBQ Debrief

      1. AP Sample with scoring guidelines

      2. Student sample - in class

    2. MC Review Ch 10-11

       

    HW: Read pgs 363-374


    Friday 11/1 (7 period day)

    CH 8-11 LEQ

     

    Thursday 10/31 (7 period day)

    CH 10-11 MC

     

    Monday 10/28 - Wednessday 10/30 - No school due to power outages

     

     


    Friday 10/25

    Agenda:

    QOD: 

    1. Finish Religion and Reform Lecture

      1. Discuss Douglas piece, did not answer questions

    2. LEQ Review

    HW: 10-11 MC Monday; 8-11 LEQ Tuesday

     

    Block 10/32 & 10/24

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Religion and Reform Lecture and document analysis

      1. Documents for questions - only Walden questions

    HW: Read CH 11 by Friday

    Tuesday 10/22

    Agenda:

    QOD: What makes someone a hero vs a madman?

    1. Nat Turner

      1. Complete Nat Tuner RLH questions x3

    HW: Read CH 11 by Friday - 11.1-11.2 For Tuesday

     

    Monday 10/21

    Agenda:

    QOD: How did the Jackson Era fundamentally change the economy, public policy, and society of the US? Was it a postitive or negative?

    1. Seneca Falls Simulation

    HW: Read section 10.3


    Friday 10/18

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Jackson Trial 3

    2. Finish Jackson lecture using political cartoons and documents

    HW: Read section 10.2

     

    Block 10/16 & 10/17

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Begin Jackson lecture with Crash Course

    2. Trials 1 and 2

    3. Jackson's legacy video

    HW: Prep for trial, read section 10.1

     

     

    Tuesday 10/15

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. CH 8-9 MC

    2. Introduce Jackson Trial for block --> assignment on Classroom. Trials 1 and 2 on block, trial 3 on Friday

    HW: Prep for trial, read section 10.1

     

    Monday 10/14

    Agenda:

    QOD: Were the Irish considered white in the 19th century? Why/why not? Use at least 2 of the provided documents

    1. Irish Immigration

    2. New Social Classes - Using your partner complete the chart, we will debrief and compare to the information on the slides

    HW: CH 8-9 MC Tuesday 10/15

     


    Friday 10/11

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. LEQ review and debrief

      1. Samples on Classroom with comments
    2. Economic roundtable

    HW: 5/6 read section 1 of CH 9; 1st read sections 1&2

     

    Block 10/8 and 10/10

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Debrief survey results

    2. Antebellum Economics Lecture

    3. Work on Economic Rountable (all docs on Classroom)

    HW: Work on Roundtable for Friday

     

    Monday 10/7

    Agenda:

    QOD: How were the 2nd Great Awakening and American republicanism connected? How were they different?

    1. Era of Good Feelings Lecture (did not do documents)

    HW: 5/6 read section 1 of CH 9; 1st read sections 1&2


    Friday 10/4

    Agenda:

    QOD:NONE

    1. CH 6-7 MC Debrief

    2. Turn in Notebook/R1 packet

    3. Check-in survey on Classroom

    4. 1st slide of Era of Good Feelings lecture (see Monday 10/7)

    HW: Read sections of CH 8

     

    Block 10/2 and 10/3

    Agenda:

    QOD:NONE

    1. DBQ

    HW: NONE

     

    Tuesday 10/1

    Agenda:

    QOD:NONE

    1. CH 6-7 MC

    HW: Study for DBQ block

     

    Monday 9/30

    Agenda:

    QOD:NONE

    1. Work through the War of 1812 powerpoint, including watching the Crash Course on slide 5

    2. Working with your partner, complete the War of 1812 DBQ practice using the sentence frames from Friday

      1. DBQ
      2. Documents
      3. Sentence Frames

    HW: MC Tuesday; DBQ Block


    Friday 9/27

    Agenda:

    QOD:Using the documents, what are the primary differences betwewn Hamiton and Jefferson? How do you predit these differences will impact the first few presidencies?

    1. Finish Obstacles of a New Republic

      1. I suggest that you watch the embedded Crash Course on Jefferson's Presidency
    2. French and Indian War DBQ Debrief - use this ppt for examples

    HW: Finish CH 7, R1 Packet due Block

     

    Block 9/25 and 9/26

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Fed/Anti-Fed Dialogue Presentations

    2. Obstacles of a New Republic - Stop at Washington's Farewell

    3. Washington's Farewell Address

    HW: MC moved to Tuesday 10/1; Read 7.2 and 7.3

     

    Tuesday 9/24

    Agenda:

    QOD: How did the Philadelphia convention resolve the 3 controversial issues of: representation of states, state power, and slavery?

    1. Work time on Fed/Anti-Fed Dialogue - Due block

    HW: CH 7; Fed/Anti-Fed Battle Block

    Monday 9/23

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Revolutionary War 1778-1782

    2. Creating a Republic 

    3. Fed/Anti-Fed Dialogue - Due block

    HW: Finish Chapter 6 by Tuesday; Fed/Anti-Fed Battle Block

     


    Friday 9/20

    **Ms. K out today**

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Revolutionary War SAQ - This is your QOD/Warm-up for today

    2. Liberty! Video and questions

    HW: Finish Chapter 6 by Tuesday

     

    Block 9/18 and 9/19

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Debrief Summer Essay

      1. Sample 1 - strong evidence, start of good analysis, good organization
      2. Sample 2 - strong evidence and thesis, start of good analysis, cause/effect
    2. Self-grade LEQ

    3. Tavern Talk Scenarios

    HW: Read section 3 of Ch 6

    Tuesdsay 9/17

    Agenda:

    QOD: What was a bigger "problem" for the rebels: economic or military disadvantages? Why?

    1. Debrief Ch 4-5 MC 

    2. Revolutionary War 1776-1777

    3. Begin work on Tavern Talk

      1. Primary Sources for Tavern Talk

    HW: Read section 2 of Ch 6; Tavern Talk Block

     

    Monday 9/16

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. CH 4-5 MC Test

    HW: Section 1 of CH 6


    Block 9/12 and 9/13

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Finish Toward Independence

    2. Declaration of Independence Annotations - Due Tuesday

    3. Group LEQ - 40 min on Classroom with your partner

    HW: CH 4/5 MC & SAQ Monday

     

    Wednesday 9/11 - 7 period day

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Toward Independence Lecutre --> stop at Independence Declared

    HW: Read section 3 of CH 5

     

    Tuesday 9/10

    Agenda:

    QOD: Predict how the recolutionary story would have been different if Pitt had not appointed Townshend.

    1. SAQ Review

    2. Biography Video

    HW: Read section 2 of CH 5

     

    Monday 9/9

    Agenda:

    QOD: Using the documents for support: Why were the colonists so upset about the Stamp Act? Were they justified in this feeling?

    1. Stamp Act Docs

    2. Story of US - Rebels

    HW: Read section 2 of CH 5

     


    Friday 9/6

    Agenda:

    QOD: How did the British Industrial Revolution impact the American colonies?

    1. Pre-Revolution Notes

    2. Story of US - Rebels

    HW: Read section 1 of CH 5

     

    Block 9/4 and 5

    Agenda:

    QOD: How can historians connect the Great Awakening to the American challenges of British authority?

    1. Debrief Great Awakening

    2. French and Indian War DBQ Practice

      1. On Classroom - you may work with a partner - due Monday

    HW: Read section 4 of CH 4, F&I War Practice due Monday to Classroom 

     

    Tuesday 9/3

    Agenda:

    QOD: What is a religious revival?

    1. Finish Colonial Society

    2. Great Awakening ppt

      1. Answer Whitefield questions in notebook, the rest is discussion/individual notes
    3. Great Awakening Reading

    HW: Read section 3 of CH 4

     

    Monday 9/2 - No School, Labor Day


    Friday 8/30

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. Register for APUSH Exam

    2. CH 1-3 MC Review

    3. Colonial Life - Notes

    HW: Read section 2 of CH 4

     

    Block 8/28 and 8/29

    Agenda:

    QOD: NONE

    1. 10 minutes to review CH 1-3

    2. CH 1-3 MC and SAQ

    3. Writing tips, review Zinn paragraphs, introduction to comment codes

    HW: Read section 1 of CH 4

    Tuesday 8/27

    Agenda:

    QOD: Why did Winthrop claim to be a "City on a Hill"? How does this explain why the Puritans were selective in who they allowed in after they had experienced perscution.

    1. Populating the Colonies

    2. CH 3 Review Slideshow

    HW: Review CH 1-3 for Tuesday; MC and SAQ on block for CH 1-3

     

    Monday 8/26

    Agenda:

    QOD: Look at the passenger lists and answer the follow SAQ question: a) What does the ratio of men:women tell you about the differences in the colonial regions? b) What does the age ratio tell you about the differences in the colonial regions? c) How did the differences from A and B lead to difference economies in the two regions?

    1. Additional SAQ Practice (under your QOD for your packet)

    2. Finish CH 2 review lecture

    3. Populating the Colonies lecture

    HW: Review CH 3 for Tuesday; MC and SAQ on block for CH 1-3


    Friday 8/23

    Agenda:

    QOD: Why were the British more successful in settling N. American than the French, Spanish, and Portuguese?

    1. CH 2 review and get to know you questions

    2. Begin CH 2 review lecture

    HW: Review CH 2 and 3 for Monday/Tuesday

     

    Thursday 8/22 - 7 period day

    Agenda:

    QOD: What were the political, social, and economic reasons people immigrated from Europe?

    1. reading schedule discussion and advice from last year's students

    2. Turn in Zinn paragraph and summer HW

    3. CH 1 thesis practice and review

    HW: Review CH 2

     

    Wednesday 8/21 - 37 minute periods

    Agenda:

    QOD: What do you think of when you think of US History?

    1. Class introductions

    2. Course intro, syllabus, textbook, cards, reading schedule

    3. Howard Zinn reading and paragraph

      1. Answer in 1 paragraph with 1 support: Why does Zinn believe that historical perspective is so important to understanding of history? How does shifting perspective alter what is understood about history?

    HW: Summer essay due Thurs. 8/22 PRINTED and Zinn paragraph response