History 2nd Quarter County Exam: Wed/Thurs 12/14 & 15. Here is the Study Guide.
The America: History of Our Nation textbook can be found online on ePassport in the "Pearson Successnet" tile. After you open Peason, click on the name of the class (includes the phrase "US Hist") and then click on "eText" (near the topic of the screen.)
Wednesday/Thursday, 12/14 & 15
Monday/Tuesday, 12/12 & 13
Thursday/Friday, 12/8 & 9
Tues/Wed, 12/6 & 7
Tues/Wed, 11/29 & 30, Thurs/Fri 12/1 & 2, and Mon., 12/5
Mon/Tues, 11/28 & 29
1. Scale: American Revolution. set up your tracking sheet and rate your current level of understanding.
2. Review Capture the Flag
3. Listen to "Right Hand Man" from Hamilton. What strengths and weaknesses are mentioned in the song?
4.War:Strengths and Weaknesses
*PreIB: #32. turn it in
*Standard: #30 Read History Alive! Textbook chapter 7, pages 87-89 (also pictured below) and take notes in the graphic organizer.
November 21-25: Thanksgiving Break
1. Capture the Flag: American Revolution Style. Outside on the field all period.
If you were absent, read over the directions and historical parallels.
***Wear running shoes on Thurs/Fri; we'll be outside running around most of the period.
1. Pop Quiz: Folder Check
2.Declaration of Independence, finish from yesterday, if needed. If you are absent or to finish for HW, use this form for the Declaration of Independence excerpts. The textbook is available on ePassport in the "Pearson" tile.
3. Hamilton Music: "You'll be Back." Read the lyrics as you listen.
Which historical figure is singing?
What is he singing about?
4. War: Strengths and Weaknesses. Read History Alive! Textbook chapter 7, pages 87-89 (also pictured below) and take notes in the graphic organizer.
1. Declaration of Independence Rephrase #26
•Read “A Nation Declares Independence” pages 170-171
What was Thomas Paine’s goal when he wrote Common Sense?
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
•Preamble: read 1st paragraph on 172. Read excerpt 1 on page 175 and match it with the rephrased sentence on the card. Write down the rephrase.
•Natural Rights: read paragraphs on 172. Read excerpts 2-4 on page 175 and match them with the rephrased sentences on the cards. Write down the rephrases.
•Grievances: read paragraphs on 172. Read excerpts 5-7 on pages 176-177 and match them with the rephrased sentences on the cards. Write down the rephrases.
•Dissolving the Bonds: read paragraph on 172. Read excerpt 8 on pages 178 and match it with the rephrased sentence on the cards. Write down the rephrase.
If you are absent or to finish for HW, use this form for the Declaration of Independence excerpts. The textbook is available on ePassport in the "Pearson" tile.
PreIB: NHD Q&A. The NHD History Fair project overview form signed by a parent, topic selection and partner selection are due by Thursday.