USH Weekly Glance

WEEK OF 1/14/19: UNITED STATES HISTORY

Important Dates

Thursday 1/17:  Colonization – Constitution Vocab Quiz

Friday 1/18:  French and Indian War Article Summary (Quiz Grade)

Mon 1/14:

  1. WU5
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  French and Indian War
    1. french-and-indian-war
  4. timeline activity
  5. finish people chart – due
  6. give out French and Indian War Article – due Friday
    1. french-and-indian-war

Tues 1/15:

  1. WU6
  2. discuss
  3. notes:  Revolution (taxation)
    1. american-revolution
  4. Political Cartoon:  Join or Die Snake
  5. Classwork:  pg. 79 (1-9)

Wed 1/16:

  1. WU7: PSAT
  2. discuss
  3. Notes:  Revolution
    1. american-revolution-in-the-south
  4. The Patriot (?’s due when movie is finished)

Thr 1/17:

  1. 10 min. review time
  2. Vocab Quiz / Colonization – Constitution
  3. Notes:  Revolution (Dec. of Ind, War starts)
  4. The Patriot

Fri 1/18:

  1. Meet in lab, SGM
    1. room 816 – meet there
  2. Taxation and Battle Chart

WH Week at a glance

World History Week of Jan.14-18

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Monday Jan. 14

  1. Notes over Mesopotamia (packet)
  2. Complete the map over Mesopotamia (packet)
  3. Read and analyze Hammurabi’s code of laws
  4. Discussion

SSWH 1 Student will analyze the origins,structures, and interactions of complex societies in the ancient Eastern Mediterranean from 3500 BCE-500 BCE

Tuesday Jan.15

1.  Finish Hammurabi’s Code  if needed

2.  Video Overview : Hunting and Gathering- Agricultural Rev. and questions

3.  Notes over Egypt (packet)

4.  Document analysis and discussion

5. Study for a quiz over bc/ad, traits of a civilization, and Mesopotamia-study your notes and packet

SSWH 1 Student will analyze the origins,structures, and interactions of complex societies in the ancient Eastern Mediterranean from 3500 BCE-500 BCE

Wednesday Jan. 16

1. Intro. week quiz

2.  Watch Egypt video

3. Label map of Indus River civilizations

SSWH 1 Student will analyze the origins,structures, and interactions of complex societies in the ancient Eastern Mediterranean from 3500 BCE-500 BCE

Thursday Jan. 17

1. Notes over the Indus River civilization and empires

2. Video clip: early Indian civilizations and inventions

3. document analysis and discussion

SS WH 2: Student will identify the major achievements of Chinese and Indian societies from 1100 BCE- 500 CE

Friday Jan. 18

1. Review Guide for Early River Civilizations Test (Modules 1-4)

2.  Notes over Early Chinese civilizations and inventions

3. Label map of China

4. work on review guide

SS WH 2: Student will identify the major achievements of Chinese and Indian societies from 1100 BCE- 500 CE

USH Week at a glance

SPRING 2019: UNITED STATES HISTORY / WEEK OF JANUARY 7TH

Important Dates:

1/18 Colonization Vocab Quiz

1/24 Conlonization – Constitution Test

2/1 Touchstone #1

1/7 Mon

  1. Seating Chart
  2. Placement
  3. Syllabus:  syllabus US 2018-19-2cagdv3
  4. Pacing Guide:  spring calendar 2019-26o29q0
  5. Notes:  Exploration (packet provided)
    1. exploration
  6. Pretest

1/8 Tues

  1. WU1
  2. Discuss
  3. Notes:  Colonization
    1. colonization
  4. Political Cartoon
  5. Colonization – Constitution vocab
    1. Colonization – Const Vocab Quiz words S18-2e79cg8
  1. Wedensday 1/9
  2. WU2
  3. Discuss
  4. Notes:  Colonization / Colonial Life in America
    1. colonial-life-in-america
  5. Vocab2

1/10 Thr

  1. WU3
  2. Discuss
  3. Notes:  French and Indian War
    1. french-and-indian-war
  4. Actv:

1/11 Fri

  1. WU4
  2. Discuss
  3. Notes:
  4. Actv:
  5. French and Indian War Article Summary (due Wednesday)
    1. Scalping During the FI war article-12vg07s

WELCOME BACK!! World History Week at a Glance

World History Syllabus

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World History Week of Jan. 7- Jan. 11

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Monday Jan. 7

  1. Welcome to World History!
  2. What is history and why study it?
  3. Complete information sheet
  4. Syllabus and class exectations
  5. Corners activity

World History syllabus:        World History Syllabus new categories-144wr0y

Homework:

  1. Get the syllabus signed
  2. Get a notebook for the class

Tuesday Jan. 8

  1. Finish corners activity
  2. Personality Colors
  3. maps that explain the world
  4. Pretest
  5. Get packet for Ancient Civilizations Unit
  6. Maps that explain the World

Homework:

  1. Get syllabus signed if you haven’t already
  2. Get a notebook and set up your dividers

Wednesday Jan. 9

  1. Finish maps that explain the world
  2.  Traits of a civilization
  3. Discuss SPRITE and how it is used to study history
  4. Complete SPRITE activity

Thursday Jan.10

  1. Discuss SPRITE activity
  2. What is culture?
  3. Video clip: What can we learn from skeletons?
  4. Measuring time in history
  5. complete: dates and timeline skills

Homework:

Finish dates and timeline skills if you didn’t finish in class

Friday Jan. 11

  1. Notes over the first civilizations in Mesopotamia
  2. Label map of the Fertile Crescent and Mesopotamia
  3. video clip: Assyria
  4. video clip: over view of Mesopotamia

Prev Week at a Glance USH

WEEK OF DECEMBER 10TH – 14TH: UNITED STATES HISTORY

Important Dates:

U.S. History Cumulative Test:  December 20th and 21st (1st and 2nd pds. are the 20th and 3rd pd. is the 21st)

You have already taken your “Final” it was the EOC (20%).  You will be taking a unit test that is cumulative on “exam day”.  The test is 74 questions.

U.S. History Cumulative Test info

  • there is / will be a quizlet on Mrs. Dickmann’s blog (look under support services)
  • study items sheet (given out on December 7th
  • I’m available for answering questions just about any time.

Plan

Our plan for the time remaining is to watch U.S. History oriented movies.  There will be an activity (for a grade) that will be included.

Test preparation is up to you.  Of course I will answer questions etc.

Will post EOC scores as soon as I get them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Prev Week at a Glance Brit Lit

Deadlines/Due Dates:

  • In class activities with our study of Brave New World

Monday, 12/10 – Friday, 12/14:

  • Continue reading/analyzing Brave New World
  • Complete study guide as we read and track quotes for essay

 

  • Unit Learning Goals: Brave New World: Identify evidence of literary techniques and structures as a basis for interpreting the literature. Evaluate Huxley’s futuristic community of England. Synthesize thoughts about individual freedoms and beliefs connecting to themes in the dystopian novel Brave New World. Evaluate Huxley’s message to the reader through the use of the literary element of satire. (ELAGSE12RL1, 2, 7, 10; ELAGSE12SL2; ELAGSE12RI7, 10)

Brit. Lit./Comp., Week 16, 12/3-12/7

Deadlines/Due Dates:

  • In class activities with our study of Brave New World

Monday, 12/3 – Tuesday, 12/4:

  • Continue reading/analyzing Brave New World
  • Complete study guide as we read and track quotes for essay

Wednesday, 12/5:

  • Propaganda in Advertising PowerPoint + Student Notes
  • Analyze ads from magazines to identify propaganda in advertising
  • Making connections with the text and themes, via BNW department activity
  • Continue reading/analyzing BNW, completing study guide and tracking quotes for essay
  • Lesson Learning Goals: Analyze the media’s impact  in the use of propaganda to persuade an audience. Making connections, analyze Huxley’s use of propaganda in Brave New World. (ELAGSE12LS2ELAGSE12RL2ELAGSE12RL4)

Thursday, 12/6-Friday, 12/7:

  • Continue reading/analyzing Brave New World
  • Complete study guide as we read and track quotes for essay
  • Unit Learning Goals: Brave New World: Identify evidence of literary techniques and structures as a basis for interpreting the literature. Evaluate Huxley’s futuristic community of England. Synthesize thoughts about individual freedoms and beliefs connecting to themes in the dystopian novel Brave New World. Evaluate Huxley’s message to the reader through the use of the literary element of satire. (ELAGSE12RL1, 2, 7, 10; ELAGSE12SL2; ELAGSE12RI7, 10)

Brit Lit week at a glance

Deadlines/Due Dates:

  • In class activities with our study of Brave New World

Monday, 12/3 – Tuesday, 12/4:

  • Continue reading/analyzing Brave New World
  • Complete study guide as we read and track quotes for essay

Wednesday, 12/5:

  • Propaganda in Advertising PowerPoint + Student Notes
  • Analyze ads from magazines to identify propaganda in advertising
  • Making connections with the text and themes, via BNW department activity
  • Continue reading/analyzing BNW, completing study guide and tracking quotes for essay
  • Lesson Learning Goals: Analyze the media’s impact  in the use of propaganda to persuade an audience. Making connections, analyze Huxley’s use of propaganda in Brave New World. (ELAGSE12LS2ELAGSE12RL2ELAGSE12RL4)

Thursday, 12/6-Friday, 12/7:

  • Continue reading/analyzing Brave New World
  • Complete study guide as we read and track quotes for essay
  • Unit Learning Goals: Brave New World: Identify evidence of literary techniques and structures as a basis for interpreting the literature. Evaluate Huxley’s futuristic community of England. Synthesize thoughts about individual freedoms and beliefs connecting to themes in the dystopian novel Brave New World. Evaluate Huxley’s message to the reader through the use of the literary element of satire. (ELAGSE12RL1, 2, 7, 10; ELAGSE12SL2; ELAGSE12RI7, 10)

USH Week at a Glance….EOC IS COMING!!!!

WEEK OF NOV. 26TH – UNITED STATES HISTORY

Important Dates

Thursday is Modern America Unit Test

EOC is December 5th and 6th (visit the EOC section on my blog) – The dates and testing locations are old but the INFORMATION is the SAME!!! (notes etc. – there is a video power point if you would like to hear notes)

in the EOC section there is “practice” tests as well as an answer key.  Outlines / power points of review is also located there.  You have an usatestprep account, USE IT!!!

 

Outside of Class Review opportunities:

Mr. Lisco’s room (308)

Morning’s 7:15-8:15 and after school 3:35-4:35

11/27:  Domain 1

11/28:  Domain 2

11/29:  Domain 3

11/30:  Domain 4

12/3:  Domain 5

12/4:  Overview of Domains 1-5

Monday

  1. WU8
  2. Discuss
  3. Colonization – Constitution Review Notes
    1. Colonization – Constitution reteach-1pc1k60

Tuesday

  1. preview test
  2. modern america cartoons

Wednesday

  1. review study guide
  2. Q&A for Modern America

Thursday

  1. Modern America Test
  2. EOC vocab 1

Friday

  1. EOC review
  2. EOC vocab 2