10/15- Constitution- election of the president
10/16- Constitution- How a bill becomes a law
10/17- Bill of Rights
10/18- Bill of Rights
10/19- Vocabulary Quiz #5
HW: Vocabulary #5 due Wednesday
Vocabulary MC #5 due Friday
10/9- Federalism notes
10/10- Legislative Branch notes
10/11- Executive Branch notes
10/12- Vocabulary Quiz #4, Judicial Branch notes
-Vocabulary #4 due Thursday
-Vocabulary MC #4 due Friday
Happy Spirit Week!
10/1- Review for test with review guide and Kahoot or Quizlet Live (see below)
10/2- 5 week test (35 Regents multiple choice questions)
10/3- Finish test (if needed) and Test Corrections
10/4- Start Constitution notes (see Google Classroom)
10/5- Why do we have a House and Senate anyway? Activity
9/24- Declaration of Independence Break Up Letter activity (see below for handout)
9/25- American Revolution Notes (see Google Classroom for Powerpoint)
9/26- American Revolution Notes
9/27- Articles of Confederation notes (see Google Classroom for Powerpoint)
9/28- Vocabulary Quiz #3 and Kahoot multiple choice review
HW: Vocabulary #3 due Wednesday
Vocabulary #3 MC due Friday
9/17- Colonial Taxation activity, handout completed in class (see below)
9/18- Road to Revolution notes (see Google Classroom for all notes)
9/19- No School
9/20- Road to Revolution notes
9/21- Vocabulary Quiz #2 and Common Sense reading with questions (see below)
HW- Vocabulary #2 due Thursday
Vocabulary #2 MC due Friday
9/11- Discussion of September 11th. The events of the day and their long term impact on America.
9/12- Colonial America notes (New England and Middle Colonies)
9/13- Colonial America notes (South and slavery)
9/14- Vocabulary Quiz #1, Triangle Trade documents (attached below)
HW: Vocabulary #1 Due Thursday
Vocabulary #1 MC Due Friday (see link in Google Classroom)
Welcome back to the 2018-2019 school year! It's going to be great!
9/5: Syllabus activity and Kahoot review, HW- Parent/Guardian form due 9/7
9/6: Colonial Region Mystery Activity
9/7: The American Colonies, notes (Power Point can be found on Google Classroom)
Happy Spring! Today we started the Roaring 20's! The notes can be found on Google Classroom. We discussed how the decade is one of conflict between old and new ideas. Today we focused on the ideas of isolationism and nativism.
HW: Vocabulary #20 is due tomorrow
Today we learned all about World War I---in one class period! Unfortunately, World War I is not as "big" in US History as it is in Global History. I promised the students that I'll make it up to them for World War II! We discussed the MAIN causes, long-term and immediate causes as well as the impacts such as the Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles.
HW: Vocabulary #20 is due Wednesday
Today we took Vocabulary Quiz #19. Afterwards, students completed a worksheet which reviewed key concepts associated with Imperialism.
Have a great weekend!