Hon. Govt. Unit 3 and Beyond Dec. 3-7, 10-14, 19-21

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in Hon. Gov/Econ | Posted on November 27, 2018

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Monday  Dec. 3

LG: Learn about the Congress.

  1.  notes on Congress and Senate fill in  Comparing House/Senate Sheet as you go
  2. Work on Unit 3 vocabulary
  3. Pick president for presidential poster project, due Wednesday

HW: find pictures to bring in tomorrow and research for President Poster projects

Tuesday Dec. 4

LG: Learn about the development of Congressional powers.

  1. Ch. 6 prezi notes
  2. Work on Presidential Poster project

HW: find pictures to bring in tomorrow and research for President Poster projects

 

Wednesday Dec. 5

LG: Learn about the presidency and his leadership.

  1. Share presidential posters
  2. Ch. 5-7 Voc Quiz, Thursday
  3. Ch. 6 Notes, complete prezi, if needed

HW: Review notes

 

Thursday Dec. 6

LG: Learn about the presidency and his leadership.

  1. Ch. 5-7 Voc Quiz
  2. Ch 7 notes

HW: Review notes

 

Friday  Dec. 7

LG: Learn about foreign policy and defense.

  1. 1st period only Ch. 7 notes Government – Ch. 7 – Congress at Work-1kjx8tz
  2. Notes ch. 8-9 Government – Ch. 8 & 9 – The Presidency-1uv8nfs
  3. Ch. 10 and  22 notes
  4. work on voc. for Unit 3

HW: Review notes

 

Monday  Dec. 10

LG: Learn about foreign policy, defense and special interest groups.

  1. Complete ch 22 notes ch._22_without_gr-11tzgbi
  2. Special Interest Groups Activity https://votesmart.org/interest-groups#.XAp7j9VKjcs

HW: research special interest group

 

Tuesday  Dec. 11

LG: Learn about the Political Parties,  Political Ideology,  and special interest groups.

  1. Ch 16 power point notes Chapter 16-1u6719i
  2. Are you a Conservative or Liberal? Activity
  3. Political Ideology handout
  4. Special Interest Groups Activity

HW: research special interest group

 

Wednesday  Dec. 12

LG: Learn about election campaigns and special interest groups.

  1. Ch. 17 Election campaigns notes  Govt Chp 17 Sec 1 [Recovered]-1bbxgoz
  2. How different groups vote- Pew Research Center handout
  3. Present Special Interest Groups Activity

HW: Review notes

 

Thursday  Dec. 13

LG: Wrap up any special interest group presentations, and prepare for test.

  1. Special Interest Groups presentations
  2. study for unit 3 assessment Unit 3 Review Executive-zum5xo Legislative Branch Review Guide-2fw9jho
  3. Unit 2 Review Powerpoint-2hzb6km
  4. Voc. due tomorrow

HW: study for test, complete all vocabulary

 

Friday Dec. 14

LG: Show understanding of Legislative, Executive and Judicial.

  1. Turn in vocabulary Unit 3
  2. Unit 3 Assessment

HW: Start studying for Final Exam

Monday Dec. 17

LG: Apply what you have learned about government.

  1. Create your own government activity, in pairs

HW: Study for final exam

 

Tuesday Dec. 18

LG: Apply what you have learned about government. 

  1. Create your own government activity, in pairs

HW: Study for final exam

 

Wednesday Dec. 19

LG: Share your Governments.

  1. Present your countries.

HW: Study for final exam

 

Thursday/Friday  Dec. Dec. 20 and 21

LG: Demonstrate your knowledge of government.

  1. Final Exam 1st period -Thursday
  2. Final Exam 3rd period -Friday

HW: HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS!

 

Hon. World Hist. WWI and WWII Plans Nov. 29-30, 3-7, 10-14, 17-20

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in Honors World History | Posted on November 27, 2018

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**Study help WWI World War I Trivia-1dy68k7World War II Trivia-14mxvwn

World War I Study Guide-20y9j38

WWII Study Guide 2015-yd4huv

Final Exam Review Trivia-1z9c0jm part 1

Final Exam Trivia 2018-xdecw2   part 2

Final Study Guide- part 1 you did before midterm, here is part 2:World History Final Exam Review Guide 2014-1lhwjd7

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Honors World History Syllabus s2018-2al8juy

Ch. 25  https://www.hmhco.com/content/hmof/social_studies/hmhss/na/gr9-12/hs_ws_ete_9780544673588_/teacher_resources/assets/pdf/SE_M25.pdf?custom_correlation_id=b8a25e9d-f73b-11e8-b1dc-015cfb43c399

Ch.28 https://www.hmhco.com/content/hmof/social_studies/hmhss/na/gr9-12/hs_ws_ete_9780544673588_/teacher_resources/assets/pdf/SE_M28.pdf?custom_correlation_id=dd7a4970-f73b-11e8-97fc-4173b751b8c0

 

Thursday Nov. 29

LG: Learn about the conditions that lead up to WWI, and other underlying causes.

  1. Murder Mystery: Who killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand? Why?
  2. Power point :underlying causes of WWI
  3. Read about the Schlieffen Plan
  4. WWI propaganda activity

HW: Complete  propaganda activity if needed

Friday Nov. 30 

LG: Learn about the underlying causes of WWI.

  1. PowerPoint notes on World War I the beginnings
  2. Map assignment
  3. WWI video

HW: Complete map assignment

Monday Dec. 3

LG: Learn about the turning point in WWI.

  1. Notes on the turning point
  2. Answer questions on the opposing sides
  3. Trench Warfare Simulation TrenchWarfareSimulation-1f4uqh4
  4. WWI Battles, complete storyboard in packet Battles of WWI Summaries-2imiu59
  5. Zimmerman Telegram questions

HW: Complete Zimmerman questions and complete storyboard- get pictures

Tuesday Dec. 4

LG: Learn about the end of WWI and its after effects.

  1. Conclusion of WWI notes
  2. WWI: Over the top article and questions
  3. The End of Tsarism and questions
  4. The Century -1914-1919 documentary and questions The Century 1914-1919 Questions-txyclb
  5. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=the+century%2c+1914+to+1919&&view=detail&mid=35CE8B9AC4E90FEF789835CE8B9AC4E90FEF7898&&FORM=VDRVRV
  6. The Century Evil Rising and questions https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=the+century+evil+rising&view=detail&mid=D93BDA56B338878414FAD93BDA56B338878414FA&FORM=VIRE 

HW: Complete all classwork, review your notes

Wednesday Dec. 5

LG: What happened between WWI and WWII?

  1. A Flawed Peace Notes
  2. Compare the Treaty of Versailles https://www.britannica.com/event/Treaty-of-Versailles-1919 to Wilson’s 14 Points Wilson’s 14 Points-24m5myb
  3. Postwar Uncertainty: Science and Art

HW: Complete all of today’s classwork you did not finish in class

Thursday Dec. 6

LG: Learn about Postwar uncertainty and pre WWII.

  1. Ch. 25 Reading Quiz
  2. Between the wars ppt.
  3. Complete, if needed, The Century Rising Video with questions
  4. Notes on setting the stage

HW: Review your notes

Friday Dec. 7

LG: Set the stage for WWII.

  1. Notes on totalitarianism/fascism
  2. Path to WWII notes
  3. Read Hitler Coming to Power
  4. Munich Appeasement activity
  5. Faces of Totalitarianism Worksheet

HW: complete any classwork needed

Monday Dec. 10

LG: Discuss Hitler and how to stop him.

  1. Notes on Hitler
  2. Notes on Axis Aggression
  3. WWII Map activity
  4. London Goes to War article and questions

HW: Complete map, study notes

Tuesday Dec. 11

LG: Axis powers and allied advances.

  1. Axis powers on attack and allied advance notes
  2. Pearl Harbor and 911 speeches Comparison
  3. WWII U.S. Japanese Internment camps Primary Source analysis activity

HW: Complete all classwork, study notes

Wednesday Dec. 12

LG: End of war information.

  1. Complete Japanese Internment Activity
  2. End of war notes and aftermath notes
  3. Video clip- Why we fight Nazis
  4. Holocaust notes
  5. Case Study: Dropping the Bomb Activity

HW: Complete all classwork, study notes

Thursday Dec. 13

LG: End of war information.

  1. Case Study: Dropping the Bomb Activity
  2. Work on study guide

HW: Review for SLO and WWI test

Friday Dec. 14

LG: Demonstrate knowledge of  WWI, and World History.

  1. SLO Post Test, replaces lowest test grade
  2. WWI Test

HW: study for WWII test

Monday Dec. 17

LG: Demonstrate knowledge of WWII.

  1. Turn in packets
  2. Test WWII

HW: work on the packet for post WWII, and prep for final exam.

Tuesday Dec. 18

LG: Learn about post WWII.

  1. Work on packet
  2. View The Butter Battle and answer the questions

HW: work on the packet for post WWII, and prep for final exam.

Wednesday Dec. 19

LG: Learn about the world post WWII.

  1. Complete the post war packet and turn in
  2. study for final exam

HW:  prep for final exam.

Thursday Dec. 20 

LG: Demonstrate knowledge of World History.

  1. Final Exam 2nd period

HW: HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND GREAT HOLIDAY SEASON!

 

 

Hon. Govt. Nov. 16, 26-30

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in Hon. Gov/Econ | Posted on November 15, 2018

Social Studies Tutoring Schedule – Harrison-16fmte8

Honors Gov-Econ Syllabus S2018-1hmwk9f

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Friday Nov. 16  Pancake Breakfast Day

LG: See a few of the cases that the Supreme Court will decide this year.

  1. Look at the cases on this year’s Supreme Court docket.
  2. Decide what case you will research and take before the “Supreme Court”

HW: Become familiar with your chosen case.

Happy Thanksgiving Break!!!

Monday Nov. 26, Tuesday Nov. 27, and Wednesday Nov. 28

LG: Research your chosen Supreme Court Case.

  1. Prepare your chosen case for the Supreme Court Thursday and Friday of this week. a. Practice and prepare your side of the case. b. decide how you will dress professionally on your trial day. c. create a written document that has all your points, and precedents listed. d. review your rubric and make sure you have all required elements.  Supreme Court rubric-piv1hx
  2. We will draw for slots on Monday.
  3. Cases will be presented Thursday and Friday

HW: an preparation or research needed to complete your Supreme Court project.

Thursday and Friday Nov. 29 and 30

LG:  Demonstrate knowledge of the Supreme Court and legal procedures you have learned.

  1. Supreme Court Group Presentations
  2. Friday- last Political Cartoon Analysis Due political-cartoon-F2018-1npm78y

Hon. World History Unit 7 Plans Nov. 12-16, 26-28

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in Honors World History | Posted on November 8, 2018

Review ppt. Era of Global Change and Conflict Trivia-2eqzsqb

The Era of Change and Global Conflict Review powerpoint (2015)-2mludb9

Change & Global Conflict Study Guide 2015-1xgqa90

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Honors World History Syllabus s2018-2al8juy

 

Monday Nov. 12

LG: Learn about Industrial Revolution and Nationalism in the world.

  1. Notes on the Industrial Revolution and the Rise of Nationalism
  2. Read articles on the handout entitled “Conditions in the Factories: Women and Children” and answer the questions
  3. Read “Child Labor Today: Ali’s Story” answer questions
  4. Read fact sheet on Industrial Revolution

HW: Read over notes, complete articles and questions.

Tuesday Nov. 13

LG: Learn about Nationalism in the world.

  1. Read about nationalism in “Understanding Nationalism…and State, Nation, Nation-State
  2. Nationalism: Current Event Assignment, use internet to complete assignment
  3. Finish any of work from yesterday that you did not complete.
  4. Work on Imperialism Maps in packet
  5. Imperialism group project explanation

HW: Research your imperialism project information, pick and article for the current event and complete assignment and review today’s notes.

Wednesday Nov. 14

LG: Learn about Nationalism in the world, begin learning about Imperialism.

  1. Intro Imperialism with a few clips from Avatar, answer the questions on that page of your packet
  2. Break into Imperialism groups and begin your projects.

HW: Research your imperialism project information; if not completed, pick and article for the current event and complete assignment. 

Thursday Nov. 15

LG: Learn about Imperialism.

  1. Complete Imperialism projects (5 minutes)
  2. take notes on all the other projects in a gallery walk
  3. Poetry assignment- Kipling poem on Imperialism, and create your own poem

HW: If not completed, pick and article for the current event and complete assignment .

Friday Nov. 16

LG: Learn about Imperialism.

  1. complete Imperialism project gallery walk, if needed
  2. Complete the unification of Italy and Germany pages in your packet using your text book
  3. Imperialism maps

HW: If not completed, pick and article for the current event and complete assignment over break. Look over notes a couple of times over break.

Monday Nov. 26

LG: Learn about Imperialism.

  1. Take ppt notes on Imperialism around the world
  2. Complete Imperialism maps if time needed
  3. Complete Inventor Tombstone Assignment, for extra credit-due Friday

HW: If not completed, pick and article for the current event and complete assignment, review notes.

Tuesday Nov. 27

LG: Learn about Imperialism, Capitalism and Socialism.

  1. Take notes on the differences between Capitalism and Socialism Capitalism v. Socialism (2014)-1tr2du1
  2. Using your textbook complete the “isms” handout in your packet
  3. Read about Karl Marx and the Communist Manifesto in your packet, answer all questions
  4. Wrap up unit and review for test tomorrow

HW: If not completed, pick and article for the current event and complete assignment, review for test. Make sure your entire packet is ready to turn in tomorrow.

Wednesday Nov. 28

LG: Demonstrate knowledge of Unit 6 information.

  1. Turn in unit packet
  2. Unit 7 assessment
  3. View “The Century, 1914-1919: Shell Shock” answer questions https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=the+century%2c+1914+to+1919&&view=detail&mid=35CE8B9AC4E90FEF789835CE8B9AC4E90FEF7898&&FORM=VDRVRV

HW: No homework!

Hon. Govt. Unit 2 Plans Nov. 2, 5-9, 12-15

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Posted by cliftonj | Posted in Hon. Gov/Econ | Posted on November 1, 2018

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Friday Nov. 2

LG: Learn about civil liberties.

  1. turn in political cartoon
  2. Intro Civil Liberties activity- a. list individual rights you possess as U.S. citizens, b. rank in order of importance, c. write a paragraph about the one you chose as number 1, why did you rank it number 1?, d. share paragraphs, e. discuss significance of 1st Amend, what would the U.S. be like if people did not possess these rights, f. save we will revisit at the end of the unit
  3. Begin Civil Liberties notes https://www.slideshare.net/bshuman02/civil-liberties-and-civil-rights

HW: none

Monday Nov. 5

LG: Learn about civil liberties.

  1. Continue civil liberties notes https://www.slideshare.net/bshuman02/civil-liberties-and-civil-rights
  2. Scenario group activity

HW: work on completing unit 2 Vocabulary.

Tuesday Nov. 6

Student Holiday!

Wednesday Nov. 7 

LG: Learn about civil rights.

  1. notes on civil rights https://www.slideshare.net/bshuman02/civil-liberties-and-civil-rights
  2. Civil Rights clip
  3. Civil rights timelines

HW: Work on Unit 2 vocabulary, study notes. Complete timelines if needed.

Thursday Nov. 8

LG: Have a better understanding of modern civil liberties cases.

  1. Present timelines
  2. Complete notes on civil rights https://www.slideshare.net/bshuman02/civil-liberties-and-civil-rights
  3. Begin criminal and civil court processes notes

HW: Work on vocabulary, memorize a few court cases.

Friday Oct. 9 

LG: 1st Amendment rights.

  1. turn in political cartoon
  2. research and record your findings on 5 cases that demonstrate 1st Amendment rights
  3. Students will then be divided into 5 groups (one group/court case). They will create a skit demonstrating the protections offered in their particular case. Skits should be a minimum of 3 minutes, but no longer than 5 minutes. The grading rubric given to show students so that they understand the expectations as they plan the skits. Rubric for Skit or Role Play-1vxd54m

HW: Complete skits, study vocabulary, memorize a few court cases.

Monday Nov.12

LG: Learn about 1st amendment rights, and criminal justice.

  1. Present skits
  2. 1st Amendment Scenarios review
  3. Complete criminal and civil court processes notes
  4. Article “So you’re going to court…” to help understand the difference between civil and criminal courts. Complete for homework.

HW: Study vocabulary, memorize court cases. Complete article.

Tuesday Nov. 13

LG: Learn about court types and judicial activism and restraint.

  1. Look at graphic organizer of courts hierarchy
  2. Compare two articles about criminal and civil cases, answer questions in groups
  3. Two Points of View-Activism and Restraint Activity

HW: Complete activity if you did not finish in class, study.

Wednesday Nov. 14

LG: Wrap up Unit 2 civil liberties, civil rights, and criminal justice process.

  1. Revisit 1st day’s favorite right paragraph. Do you still think it is the most important right?
  2. study guide and review for test.

HW: Study for test.

Thursday Nov. 15

LG: Demonstrate knowledge of civil liberties, civil rights, and criminal justice process.

  1. turn in vocabulary
  2. Unit 2 Assessment

HW: None!

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