1st & 3rd Hour – Coach Storey – Week of January 29


Test: 2/1 – Thursday     QUIZLET

things to review:

NOTES!!!!! if it’s not in the packet beyond listed below, don’t fool with it.

Political Cartoons (3) Iroquois Arrows / Join or Die / Constitution Ratification Pillars

Battles / Battle Chart

People Chart

1/29 Monday

  • WU9 / pg. 146 Diagram Skills
  • Notes:  Constitution
  • America Story of Us:  Westward 25 facts
  • Constitution Cartoon

1/30 Tuesday

  • WU10
  • Preview Test
  • go over people chart
  • Review Day – discuss in detail Q&A

1/31 Wednesday

  • WU check – Quiz Grade
  • go over preview Test
  • Review Day – Discuss in detail Study Guide Q&A

2/1 Thursday

  • 15 min. Q&A
  • Colonization – Constitution Test
  • New Republic – Reconstruction Vocab1 – impressment, emargo, war hawk, Hartford Convention, Industrial Revolution, interchangeable parts, capital, labor union, nativist, nationalism, American System, Monroe Doctrine, caucus, Jacksonian Democracy, spoils system, nullification, Whig, revivalist, evangelical, Unitarian, utopian community, Transcendentalist

2/2 Friday

  • WU1:  pg. 196, Thinking Critically
  • Notes:  Washington’s New Government (Test:  March 1 / standards 6-10)
  • New Republic People Chart

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 29

Monday, January 29 – Students will be able to determine equations of lines and if two lines are parallel/perpendicular/neither based on comparing slopes.


Review equations of lines (fill in the blank notes)

Practice equations of lines

Review parallel vs. perpendicular lines

Practice identifying if lines are parallel or perpendicular






Tuesday, January 30 – Students will be able to use the distance formula to determine the distance between two points.  Students will be able to see the connection between distance formula and Pythagorean theorem.


Notes and practice using the Pythagorean theorem and distance formula

Classwork: Pythagorean Theorem and Distance Formula woksheet

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Wednesday, January 31 – Students will be able to write the equation of a circle given the center and the radius (graphically or listed).


Notes on Equations of circles

practice graphing circles

Practice writing the equations of circles

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Thursday, February 1 – Students will be able to determine where a line intersects with a circle graphically.


Review of what a system if equations is.

Practice graphing lines and circles on the same plane.

Discover how to determine points of intersection graphically.

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Friday, February 2 – Students will be able to determine if points are on, inside, or outside of a given circle algebraically.


Activity for students to discover if points lie on, inside, or outside circles.

Start take home quiz

1st & 3rd – Coach Storey – Week of January 22


Monday, January 22

  • Notes: Revolution
  • Visual Vocab
  • Notes:  Revolution

Tuesday 1/23

Wednesday 1/24

  • WU7:  pg. 126 – Map Skills
  • Notes:  Forming a New Nation
  • Actv:  the Patriot

Thursday 1/25

  • WU8:  pg. 147- You Decide
  • Notes:  Washington’s New Government
  • Actv:  the Patriot

Friday 1/26

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 22

Monday, January 22 – Students will be able to determine the appropriate formula to solve problems. Students will be able to demonstrate their ability to find volume of 3D shapes with a minimum of 75% accuracy.


Formula Quiz:  Students will be given problems and answers and will be required to produce the correct formula from their formula sheet.

Volume quiz:  Students will be required to find the volume of 10 3D shapes using their formula sheet.

Start spheres lab

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Tuesday, January 23 – Students will be able to determine what topics need to be practiced the most for success on tomorrow’s test.


Check homework, discuss results

Work volume problems backwards

review cross-sections of 3D shapes

review arc length and area of a sector

work review 2

Wednesday, January 24 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum off 75% mastery of arc length, area of sectors, volume, and cross sectional shapes.



Start review 3

Thursday, January 25 – Students will be able to determine their strengths and weaknesses on the content in this unit based on the results from their test.


Get back and go over the test.

Complete and go over review 3

Write a letter to your parents about how you feel you are doing in math this year.

Friday, January 26 – Students will be able to increase their test grades from 1/24/18 assessment.


Re-test on ipads

sign into and start deltamath.com assignment

1st & 3rd Hour – Coach Storey – Week of January 15

Monday 1/15

  • No School – MLK Day

Tuesday 1/16

Wednesday 1/17

  • WU
  • Notes:  American Revolution
  • Visual Vocab – selected 24 words that will be on the vocab quiz
  • review questions

Thursday 1/18

  • WU
  • Notes:  American Revolution in the South
  • The Patriot:  School version, Questions that go with it

Friday 1/19

  • Revolution Battle Quiz
  • Notes:  Finish Revolution if needed / move on to Forming a New Nation if possible.
  • The Patriot:  Finish the movie, questions are due

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 15

Monday, January 15 – No School

Tuesday, January 16 – Students will be able to find the volume of 3D shapes.


Discuss Cavaleri’s Principle

Work in Geometry book

~sections 12.4 and 12.5

Individually meet with Mrs. Johnson to discuss area and circumference quiz results

Wednesday, January 17 – Students will be able to identify the correct formulas to use given different problems.


Check volume work

Formulas quiz

Grade and correct formulas quiz

Kahoot on volume

Thursday, January 18 – Students will be able to demonstrate mastery of finding the volume of different 3D shapes.


Q and A

Volume quiz

Unit review

Friday, January 19 – Students will be able to determine areas of strength and weakness for the current unit.


Students will use an ipad and the CTLS system to practice problems from this unit.

Students will sign into and start deltamath.com assignment.

1st & 3rd Hour – Coach Storey – Week of January 8

Jan. 8/ Monday

  • WU2:  Jamestown
  • Notes:  Finish Colonization & start Colonial Life
  • scheduled to go get books
  • actv:  tba
  • Pocahontas Cartoon – discuss

Jan. 9 / Tuesday

  • WU3:
  • Notes:  Finish Colonial Life & start French and Indian War (finish if we can)
  • Actv:  Colonization – Constitution Vocab 1 – due today
  • Review ?’s

Jan. 10 / Wednesday

  • WU4:
  • Notes:  American Revolution (taxes)
  • Actv:  Colonization People Chart – due today is the plan (tba)
  • Bloody Massacre (Boston Massacre) discussion
  • Review ?’s if time allows

Jan. 11 / Thursday

  • WU5:
  • Notes:  American Revolution
  • Actv:  French and Indian war Article – “essay”/article summary

Jan. 12 / Friday

  • F&I War Article Due – turn in
  • America Story of Us:  Rebels II & start Revolution

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 8

Monday, January 7 – No School

Tuesday, January 8 – Students will be able to determine the area of a sector given the measure of the central angle and the radius.


Check homework

Lesson on Area of a sector

Practice area of a sector

Example of creative area problems

Practice finding the area of shaded regions

Students should watch the following video prior to class as a preview or after class as a review:


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Wednesday, January 10 – Students will be able to use arc length to solve for missing information.


Check homework

Radians with Playdough lab

Students will work in groups to race to solve a series of problems using arc length and area of a sector

The first group to finish will earn 5 bonus points on the Quiz this week.

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Thursday, January 11 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery on the formative assessment.


Check/go over homework

Q&A on all topics covered throughout the week


Friday, January 12 – Students will be able to determine the 2 dimensional cross sections of 3 dimensional shapes.


Students will get back quiz

Students will work in groups and with Playdough to create 3D shapes and will use dental floss to cut the shapes per the lab instructions.

1st & 3rd Hour – Coach Storey – Week of January 1

Welcome Back for Spring 2018

Important information

Syllabus:  USH syllabus Spring 18-25v9wah

Pacing Guide:  United States History Important Dates S18-1bapl7g

Jan. 1 / Monday :  NO SCHOOL

Jan. 2 / Tuesday:  NO SCHOOL

Jan. 3 / Wednesday NO SCHOOL

Jan. 4/ Thursday

  • seating chart / attendance
  • Placement forms
  • Go over Syllabus & expectations
  • Notes:  start notes – see note packet given in class (all power points will be posted on the blog as well) – Exploration
  • “Pre test Activity”

Jan. 5 / Friday

  • Warm Up #1:  Who writes History?  Explain
  • Notes:  Colonization
  • Activity:
  • Review Questions:  5 questions, multiple choice, review of previous days notes etc.


Power Point Notes for this Unit of Colonization – Constitution







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2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 1

Monday, January 1 – No School

Tuesday, January 2 – No School

Wednesday, January 3 – No School

Thursday, January 4 – Students will be able to determine areas of strength and weakness on topics that were covered during the Fall semester.


Cumulative review

Important documents

Purge Notebook

TTRS forms

Friday, January 5 – Students will be able to construct a line that is tangent to a circle.  Students will be able to determine the area and/or circumference of a circle.


Quick review of Area and Circumference formulas

Practice area and circumference problems

Small groups to work on the constructions of tangent lines to circles with teacher assistance.

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