Monday, March 18, 2019

Week of 3/18/2019

Andrew Jackson $20 Bill Project

Assignment Directions

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HWwiZpqnk1KsGahRkFaVCWi26-X4r9PFG3MoVY1tGz8

Additional articles

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8j5ylnQK9RsYXhSemhkS3ItX1U

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8j5ylnQK9RscEJ1OElFRkcwbEU

You will use your notes from the videos, textbook and the above articles to formulate a 3-5 minute speech.

Speeches will begin on Wednesday.

Friday, March 1, 2019

Week of 3/4/2019


3/4 – Chapter 10 Jeffersonian Era study guide ID’s
            Groups finish presentations

3/5 – Study Guide research questions
            Group 4 presents their research questions

3/6 – Study Guide research questions
            Group 5 presents their research questions

3/7 – Chapter 10 Review, Study Guide review

3/8 – Chapter 10 Test

Monday, February 25, 2019

Week of 2/25/2019


2/25 – Chapter 9 Study guide Due.
            Chapter 9 Study Guide Review

2/26 – Chapter 9 Test

2/27 - Chapter 10 ‘Jefferson Takes Office’
            Section 1 Objectives
1. To describe the election of 1800 and explain the role of political parties
2. To identify Jefferson’s achievements
3. To analyze Jefferson’s philosophy of government
4. To analyze the significance of Marbury v. Madison

2/28 - Chapter 10 ‘The Louisiana Purchase’
            Section 2 Objectives
1. To explain why Jefferson offered to buy New Orleans from France
2. To analyze why Napoleon sold the Louisiana Territory to the United States
3. To summarize the experiences of the Lewis and Clark expedition
4. To evaluate the results of Pike’s expedition
            Notes and section assessment

3/1 - Chapter 10 ‘The Problem with Foreign Powers’
            Section 3 Objectives
1. To describe foreign policy challenges that Jefferson faced
2. To describe how Tecumseh attempted to unify Native American peoples
3. To explain why many Americans were War Hawks
                        Notes and section assessment

Friday, January 18, 2019

1/21/2019


1/21 – MLK Day, no school

1/22 - Constitutional Handbook – Preamble and Article I, The Legislative Branch
1.      Students will understand the Legislative Branch of the US Federal Government.
2.      Students will understand how a bill becomes law.
3.      Roles and responsibilities of our Legislative Branch.
4.      Article II – Executive Branch
5.      1. Students will be able to identify the duties and powers of the executive branch of the e United States government.
6.      2. Students will be able to explain the organization and duties of federal courts.
7.      Article III – IIV, Bill of Rights
8.            Objective
9.      1. Students will be able to summarize the processes for adding states and for amending the Constitution.
10.  2. Students will understand each amendment and its impact on their daily life.

1/23 – Ch 8 Study guide research questions due
            Ch 8 Test

1/24 – Constitutional Convention

1/25 – Early Out –
            Constitutional Convention