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Classwork/Homework January 1-5

 

6th and 8th Grade Adv. U.S. History Jan. 1-5

       
Essential Question Identify the key events in the presidency of Thomas Jefferson, including the Louisiana Purchase. Analyze the causes of the War of 1812.
Florida Standards SS.8.A.1.1; SS.8.A.3.14; SS.8.E.2.2
1/1/2018 1/2/2018 1/3/2018 1/4/2018 1/5/2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min)
NEW YEAR'S DAY NO SCHOOL Answer the map questions on page 272. Analyze the painting of Stephen Decatur on page 285. Analyze the political cartoon on page 296.
20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:
    Read "A New Party in Power" and "The Louisiana Purchase" from textbook pages 274-283. Read " A Time of Conflict" and "The War of 1812" from textbook pages 284-295. Watch DE Video "America Under Thomas Jefferson"
15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period:
    Answer guided reading questions about the reading in Google Classroom. Answer guided reading questions about the reading in Google Classroom. Complete packet of questions about the video with a partner.
5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity:
    Check questions together. Check key questions together. Check finished questions together.
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  . History Fair Project. Complete guided reading questions for Chapter 10 on Google Classroom, if not done in class. Work on History Fair project. Complete packet, if not done in class. Work on History Fair Project. Projects are due on Jan. 8 (6th Grade) and Jan. 10 (8th Grade)

7th Grade Advanced Civics January 1-5        
Essential Question Identify the rights given in the Bill of Rights. Analyze how different our country would be today without the 27 amendments to the Constitution.
Florida Standards SS.7.C.1.1; SS.7.C.1.2; SS.7.C.1.3; SS.7.C.1.4
1/1/2018 1/2/2018 1/3/2018 1/4/2018 1/5/2018
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min)
NEW YEAR'S DAY NO SCHOOL Write down all of the rights given in the Bill of Rights that you can remember. Identify other key amendments that are not included in the Bill of Rights. Take one right given in the Bill of Rights and tell why that right is so important to you personally.
20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:
    Review the Bill of Rights. Discuss opening activity for "You've Got Rights" from ICivics.org. Discuss the Voting Amendments and the Civil War Amendments. Play Kahoot to review for test.
15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period: 15-20min Work Period:
    Complete packet with a partner about the Bill of Rights. Complete study questions about the Bill of Rights and other amendments. Question and answer period about the History Fair projects. Clarify any misunderstandings.
5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity:
    Check packet together. Check study questions together. Write down the voting amendments.
H.W. H.W. H.W. H.W. H.W.
  . Work on History Fair Project. Study for test and complete History Fair project. Study for test (next Wednesday) Complete History Fair Project (Due Jan. 9)