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Past Assignments Monday, June 11 Week 20: June 11-14, 2007 Topic: Graduation 1. Return Textbooks no later than Mon, June 11 otherwise you will not get graduation tickets 2. Bring huge manilla envelope (larger than 11 x 9) or folder - something to put the contents of your portfolio in

Monday, May 28 Week 18: May 29 - 31, 2007 Topic: Holocaust The only HW for the week is to complete your final project which is due Thurs, May 31 Week's Agenda In preparation for our field trip to the Museum of Tolerance on Tues, June 12, I will be introducing students to the Holocaust on Tues, May 29. On Wednesday we will continue our discussion of the Holocaust On Thurs, students can share their final projects with the class. Sixth period students must turn in their projects by nutrition since there is early dismissal. On Friday, you will watch a video on the Holocaust. I will be on campus on Fri, but not in class. You will have a substitute. Please do not jeopardize your final conduct grade but being disruptive or disrespectful. Next week we are all in Yosemite. Be sure and check your list of required items to bring. Make sure you have the proper hiking socks and hiking books as well as bandaids, deet and everything else you will need. On or before June 11 please bring in a very large manilla envelope or folder so that I can return the contents of your portfolios. For those of you I had in sixth grade I have your ISNs and many other surprises so please bring something that will be able to hold everything. Return Permission Forms for Museum of Tolerance OR you don't go. Check #165 online.

Monday, May 21 Week 17: May 21 - May 15, 2007 Topic: Working on Final Project 1. Final Second Semester Final on Monday, May 21 2. HW Bring reading materials (books, internet material, etc.) on your subject on Tues, May 22 3. HW Bring reading materials on Wed, May 23. 4. Class Activity: Graph Analysis on Thurs, May 24 5. Class activity: Video on Fri, May 25 6. Final Project due Thurs, May 31

Monday, May 14 Week #15: May 14 - 18 Topic: Standards Review Good luck on your California Standards Test in Social Studies on May 14 and 15. (1) PS on Final Project Handout due Wed, May 16 (2) Final Exam is scheduled for Fri, May 18 (3) Final Project due on Wed, May 30 Youth and Government and Band Students will make it up on Mon, May 21

Monday, May 14 Week #15: May 14 - 18 Topic: Standards Review Good luck on your California Standards Test in Social Studies on May 14 and 15. (1) PS on Final Project Handout due Wed, May 16 (2) Final Exam is scheduled for Fri, May 18 (3) Final Project due on Wed, May 30 Youth and Government and Band Students will make it up on Mon, May 21

Monday, May 7 Week 14: May 7-11, 2006 Topic: Standards Review 1. HW Complete multiple choice questions in Standards Review Book on pages 70, 72, 78, 84 due Tues, May 8 2. HW Complete multiple choice questions in Standards Review Book on pages 88 and 90, 100, 104 due Wed, May 9 3. HW Complete multiple choice questions in Standards Review Book on pages 106, 110, 112 and 132 due Thurs, May 10 4. HW Parent Signature on Museum of Tolerance Field Trip Form due Thurs, May 10 (Feel free to turn in early) 5. HW Complete multiple choice questions in Standards Review Book on pages 124, 134, 142 and 144 due Thurs, May 10 6. HW Complete pages 114, 116, 120, 126, 128 and 130 in Standards Review Book due Fri, May 11 7. HW Complete pages 158, 160, 162, 166, 168, 170, 172, 176, 178, 180 and 182 due Mon, May 14

Monday, April 30 Week 13: Apr 30 - May 4 The American Labor Movement and Capitalism 1. HW Complete all student activities not completed in class throughout the week. 2. HW Read pp. 447-453: Answer #8-15 on Industry and Workers Study Guide (IWSG)due Tues, May 1 3. HW Read pp. 455-457: Answer #16-26 on IWSG due Thurs, May 3 4. HW Read pp. 462-466: Answer #27-30 on IWSG and #3 on p. 467 due Fri, May 4 5. Chapter 15 Test on Tues, May 8

Monday, April 23 Week 12: April 23 - 27, 2007 Topic: American Indians, the Homestead Act and American Business HW/Quiz Schedule 1. HW Read pp. 424 - 426: Answer this question. Explain how the Dawes Act and government education programs were used as part of the assimilation policy? Due Tues, Apr 24 2. HW Read pp. 431-432: Answer these questions. (1) Why did the government pass the Homestead Act of 1862 and did the average farmer benefit from it? Due Wed, Apr 25 3. HW Read pp. 443-446: Answer # 1 + 4 on page 446 due Thurs, Apr 26 4. HW Read pp. 451-453: Page 453 #2 + 3 due Fri, Apr 27

Monday, April 16 Week 11: April 16 - April 19, 2007 Topic: Reconstruction 1. HW Complete Reconstruction Report Card. Due Tues, Apr 17 2. TEST Reconstruction Chapter Test on Tues, April 17 3. HW PS on printout of online grades for Spring Semester due Wed, Apr 18. Any and all errors online for second quarter must be corrected no later than April 18 4. PS on Poster Topic handout on Thurs, April 19 5. Presentations for topics 1-3 on Fri, April 20

Tuesday, April 10 Week 10: April 10-13, 2007 Topic: Reconstruction HW/Quiz Schedule for Week 10 1. HW Youth in Government Essay due Tues, April 10 (Required of all Honors candidates, optional but highly encouraged for all others) All directions must be followed. 2. HW Southern Life Under Reconstruction Study Guide (SLURSG) #1-5 due Wed, April 11 3. HW SLURSG #6-15 due Thurs, April 12 4. HW SLURSG #16-21 due Fri, April 13 5. Crossword Quiz on Lesson 3 on Thurs, April 12 6. Chapter Test on Reconstruction on Tues April 24th. Check out the many online links and digital videos

Monday, March 26 Week 9: Mar 26 - Mar 30, 2007 Topic: Reconstruction HW/Quiz Schedule 1. HW You are a northerner writing a letter to a friend or relative. In the letter you are (1) discussing the pros and cons of Lincoln's Ten Percent Plan and the Wade-Davis Fifty Percent Plan; how you feel about the (2) Black Codes and (3) forcing the South to accept the 14th Amendment. (4) Should the President or the Congress control Reconstruction policy? (5) Should high ranking Confederates be allowed to serve in state or federal governement? (6) Should the Freedman's Bureau be allowed to continue? Your letter will express your opinions but must be based on actual facts. Due Mon, Mar 26 2. Quiz on Reconstruction lesson one (pp. 276-384) on Tues, Mar 27 Practice with this online game 3. HW Read pp. 385-387: Answer RSG #26-32 due Wed, Mar 28 4. HW Read pp. 388-389: Answer RSG #33-40 due Thurs, Mar 29 5. HW Read pp. 389-340:Answer RSG #41-49 due Fri, Mar 30 6. Quiz on lessons 1 + 2 on Fri, Mar 30 (If you plan to leave early for Spring Break take your quiz in advance)

Monday, March 19 Week 8: Mar 19 - Mar 23, 2007 Topic: Civil War and Reconstruction HW/Test Schedule 1. HW Review Civil War Study Guide and Civil War Review for test below 2. Civil War Chapter Test for Periods 5 & 6 on Mon, Mar 19 Periods 2 & 4 on Tues, Mar 20 3. HW Outline pp. 376-379 due Thurs, Mar 22 (If you are celebrating Now Ruz you can turn this in on Fri, Mar 23 4. HW Read pp. 382-384. Answer Reconstruction Study Guide (RSG) 17-25 due Fri, Mar 23 5. Please bring 1-2 poster boards (any color but black or dark blue) to class by Fri, Mar 23 Watch Reconstruction video clip at www.unitedstreaming.com

Monday, March 12 Week 7: Mar 12-16, 2007 Topic: The Civil War HW/Quiz Schedule for Week 7 1. HW CWSG #20-26 due Mon, Mar 12 2. HW Emancipation Online activity due Tues, Mar 13 3. Quiz on lessons 1 & 2 on Tues, Mar 13 4. HW Primary Source Analysis: The Gettysburg Address. Due Wed, Mar 14 5. HW CWSG #27-34 due Thurs, Mar 15 6. HW CWSG #44-52 due Fri, Mar 16 7. Quiz on Fri, Mar 16 Civil War Chapter Test on Tues, Mar 20 (pp.342-367)

Monday, March 5 Week 6: Mar 5 - 9, 2007 Topic: Causes of the Civil War HW/Test Schedule for Week 6 1. HW CCWSG # 58-67 due Mon, Mar 5 2. HW Colorful Timeline of events leading up the Civil War in the 1850s. nclude all of the following: Fugitive Slave Law, Admission of CA as free state, KS-NE Act, Border Ruffians, Bleeding KS, John Brown Massacre in KS & Harper's Ferry, VA, Dred Scott Decision, election of Lincoln, Secession, Fort Sumter. Due Tues, Mar 6 3. TEST on Chapter 11: Causes of the Civil War on Wed, Mar 7 4. HW Read pp 342-345: Answer #1-8 on Civil War Study Guide (CWSG) due Thurs, Mar 8 5. HW Read pp. 345-346: Answer CWSG #9-15 due Fri, Mar 9 6. HW Read pp. 351-354: Answer CWSG #20-26 due Mon, Mar 12 7. Quiz on Civil War (lessons 1 + 2) on Tues, Mar 13

Monday, February 26 Week 5: Feb 26 - Mar 2, 2007 Topic: Causes of the Civil War HW/Quiz Schedule 1. HW Review pp: 320-324; Answer #1, 2 & 4 on page 324 due Tues, Feb 27 2. HW Read pp. 325-327: Complete CCWSG # 23-33 due Wed, Feb 28 3. HW Review pp. 327-329: Complete CCWSG #34-45 due Thurs, Feb Mar 1 4. HW Complete Student Activity # 13 (if not completed in class) due Thurs, Mar 1 5. HW Read pp. 330-332: Complete CCWSG # 46-57 due Fri, Mar 2 6. HW Complete Student Activity #15 (if not completed in class) due Fri, Mar 2 7. HW Read pp. 333-335: Complete #58-67 due Mon, Mar 5 *If there are any mistakes online, they need to be corrected by this Fri, Mar 1. You must bring the assignment to show that it was completed and graded. No changes made after Friday, Mar 2 which is the end of the first semester quarter.

Tuesday, February 20 Week 4: Feb 20 - 23, 2007 Topics: Causes of the Civil War: Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850 and the Abolition Movement State Standards: 8.9.4; 8.9.5 HW/Quiz Schedule for Week 4 1. HW Read pp. 314-317; Answer #1-8 + 10 on Causes of the Civil War Study Guide (CCWSG) due Tues, Feb 20 2. HW Read pp. 317-319; Answer #11-15 on CCWSG due Wed, Feb 21 3. HW Read pp. 320-322: Answer #16-22 due Thurs, Feb 22 4. HW Student Activity #10 due Fri, Feb 23 5. HW Student Activity #11 due Fri, Feb 23 6. QUIZ on Chapter 11: lessons 1 + 2 on Fri, Feb 23 *You need to know the details of both the Missouri & 1850 Compromise for this quiz. Practice what you have learned with these online activities:

Tuesday, February 13 Week 3: Feb 13 - 16, 2007 Topic: Antebellum South HW/Quiz Schedule 1. HW Free Blacks #37-42 on ASSG due Tues, Feb 13 2-4. HW Completed Activities of presenters 1 - 3 due Wed, Feb 14 5-7. HW Completed Activities of presenters 4-6 dur Thurs, Feb 15 8-10. HW Completed Activities of presenters 7-9 due Fri, Feb 16 11. TEST on Antebellum South & North on Fri, Feb 16 Here are some online lines to practice what you've learned: http://www.quia.com/rr/209641.html



Monday, February 5 Week 2: Feb 5 - 9, 2007 Topic: The Antebellum South State Standards: 8.7.1; 8.7.2; 8.7.3 and; 8.7.4 HW/Quiz Schedule for Week 2 1. Quiz on the North on Mon, Feb 5 2. HW Parent signature on Presentation Project handout due Tues, Feb 6 3. HW Read pp. 284-287: Answer Antebellum South Study Guide (ASSG) #1-13 due Wed, Feb 7 4. HW Bring check for $13 for Museum of Tolerance Field Trip Make check payable to El Rodeo PTA - trip is in June but we need to pay in advance. If you cannot afford the cost for admission and transportation PTA will cover the cost however, please send me a note. Please pay by this Wed, Feb 7 so I don't have to continue to take class time to collect money. 5. HW Read pp. 288-289: Answer ASSG #13-19 due Thurs, Feb 8 6. HW Read pp. 290-295: Answer ASSG #20-26 due Fri, Feb 9 7. HW Read pp. 298-305: Answer ASSG #27-42 due Tues, Feb 13 (3-day weekend) Practice what you've learned wtih these online activities

Presentation Schedule for Week 3 Tues, Feb 13: Presenters #1 - 3 Wed, Feb 14: Presenters #4 - 6 Thurs, Feb 15: Presenters #7 - 9

Monday, January 29 Welcome to Spring Semester 2007 Week 1: Jan 29 - Feb 2 Topic: The Industrial Revolution State Standards: 8.6.1; 8.6.2; 8.6.3 and 8.5.1 HW/Quiz Schedule for Week 1 1. HW Read pp. 254-256. Answer #1-8 on Industrial North SG due Tues, Jan 30 2. HW Read pp. 256-260: Answer #9-17 on Industrial North SG due Wed, Jan 31 3. QUIZ on lesson one Industrial Revolution on Wed, Jan 31 4. HW Review pp.261-266: Complete #18-24 on Industrial North SG due Thurs, Feb 1 5. HW Review pp. 267-271: Answer #25-31 on Industrial North SG due Fri, Feb 2

Monday, January 22 Final Week of First Semester: Jan 22 - 25, 2007 Topic: Review of State Standards 8.1 - 8.5 and 8.8 HW/Test Schedule for Week 21 No HW is due this week however you are expected to study for you final Study by reviewing the state standards listed above Study by playing the online games We will be reviewing standards Mon-Wed and taking practice tests. FINAL is on Thurs, Jan 25

Tuesday, January 16 Week 20: Jan 16 - 19, 2007 Topic: Manifest Destiny (California, Oregon, Mormons in Utah) State Standards: 8.8.2; 8.8.5 and 8.8.6 1. HW Complete Manifest Study Guide #40-53 due Tues, Jan 16 2. HW Complete Manifest Study Guide #54-60 due Wed, Jan 17 3. HW Complete p. 247; #1 and 2 due Thurs, Jan 18 HW Study for Test on Fri, Jan 19 4. Test on Manifest Destiny chapter on Fri, Jan 19 5. Semester Final on Wed, Jan 24

Monday, January 8 Week 19: Jan 8 - 11, 2007 Topic: Manifest Destiny, Lewis & Clark, Texas Independence and the Mexican-American War State Standards: 8.8.2 and 8.86 HW, Quiz Schedule for Week 19 1. Manifest Destiny Study Guide (SG) #9-12 due Mon, Jan 8 2. QUIZ Lewis & Clark, Mountain Men and Government Explorers Quiz (pp. 222-227) on Mon, Jan 8 3. Manifest Destiny SG #13-20 due Tues, Jan 9 4. Manifest Destiny SG #21-27 due Wed, Jan 10 5. Manifest Destiny SG #30-39 due Thurs, Jan 11 No School on Friday, Jan 12: Staff Development

Wednesday, January 3 Week #18: Jan 3-5, 2007 Topic: Lewis and Clark Expedition State Standards: 8.5.2 and 8.8.2 Happy New Year! 1. DARE on Wed, Jan 3 with Officer Popoy 2. Complete Manifest Destiny Study Guide #1-8 due Fri, Jan 5

Monday, December 11 Week #17: Dec 11 - 15, 2006 Topic: Immigration State Standards: 8.6.3 and 8.12.7 Quiz/HW Schedule for Week 17 1. HW Completed foldable due Mon, Dec 11 2. HW Read pp. 211-213: Complete Immigration Study SG #1-5 due Tues, Dec 12 3. HW Read pp. 213-215: Answer Immigration SG #6-13 due Wed, Dec 13 4. Quiz on German-Irish Immigration on Wed, Dec 13 5. HW Read pp. 565-567: Answer #2 on page 570 6. HW Read pp. 565-570: Answer #1, 3 and 4 on p. 570 Things to think about: Contrast differences between German and Irish immigration & settlement (including push/pull factors) How was immigration different after 1880? What were the first groups to experience legal discrimination? How did business/labor unions view new immigrants? How did the Johnson Act 1921 and the National Origins Act change immigration policy?

Monday, December 4 Week #16: Dec 4 - 8, 2006 Topic: Andrew Jackson Presidency State Standards: 8.8.1 and 8.4.3 HW/Quiz/Test Schedule for Week #16 1. New Nation Chapter Test on Mon, Dec 4 2. HW Turn in New Nation Portfolio and Foldable on Mon, Dec 4 3. HW Read pp. 173-175: Answer Jackson SG #1-7 due Tues, Dec 5 4. HW Read pp. 175-177: Answer Jackson SG #8-17 due Wed, Dec 6 5. HW Read pp. 177-178: Answer Jackson SG #18-28 due Thurs, Dec 7 6. HW Read pp. 205-207 about the Cherokee Indians by Fri, Dec 8 7. QUIZ on Jacksonian Democracy & the Cherokee on Fri, Dec 8 8. CONSTITUTION PROJECT due Mon, Dec 11 Test how much you know about Jacksonian Democracy with these online activities:

Monday, November 27 Week #15: Nov 27 - Dec 1, 2006 Topic: The New Nation and the War of 1812 Standards: 8.3.3; 8.3.4; 8.4.1; 8.4.2; 8.5.1 and 8.5.2 HW/Quiz/Test Schedule for Week 15 1. HW Assemble your New Nation Portfolio with colorful, illustrated cover due Mon, Nov 27 (Include all notes and assignments) 2. HW Complete US and World Study Guide #1-6 by Mon, Nov 27 3. HW Complete #7-19 on US and World Study Guide by Tues, Nov 28 4. HW Complete Report Cards by Thurs, Nov 30 5. HW Complete US and World Study Guide #20-31 by Fri, Dec 1 6. QUIZ Crossword (entire chapter) on Fri, Dec 1 7. TEST Chapter Test on Mon, Dec 4 8. CONSTITUTION PROJECT due Mon, Dec 11

Monday, November 20 Week #14: Nov 20 - 23, 2006 Topic: Jefferson & Madison Administrations Standards: 8.3.4; 8.4.1; 8.5.1 and; 8.5.2 HW/Quiz Schedule for Week #14 1. HW Current Event #1 for Constitution Project due Mon, Nov 20 2. HW Jefferson & Republicans Study Guide #1-10 due Tues, Nov 21 3. QUIZ on lessons 1 & 2 on Tues, Nov 21 4. HW US and World Study Guide # 1-6 due Wed, Nov 22 5. HW Complete Foldable by Tues, Nov 29 (Foldable will be divided into Washington, Adams,Jefferson, Madison and Monroe pages. Include domestic and foreign policy issues and events as well as precedents, key legislation and Constitutional issues) 6. Happy Thanksgiving

Monday, November 13 Week #13: Nov 13 - 17, 2006 Topics: Washington, Adams, Jefferson Administrations and the Birth of Political Parties State Standards: 8.3.4; 8.3.5; 8.4.2 and; 8.4.3 HW/Quiz Schedule for Week #1 1. HW GATE enrichment assignment for Honors candidates due Mon, Nov 13 Required for GATE, honors candidates but made available to all students. The assignment required a critique of an article entitled Our Broken Constitution 2. HW New Nation Study Guide for lesson one #1 - 13 due Tues, Nov 14 3. HW New Nation Study Guide for lesson one #14-25 due Wed, Nov 15 4. HW Event Matrix & Venn Diagram completed for HW if not completed in class due Thurs, Nov 16 5. QUIZ on Lesson One (pp134-139) on Thurs, Nov 16 Review what you've learned at

Monday, November 6 Week #12: Nov 6 - Nov 9, 2006 Topic: US Constitution 1. HW Outline essay questions # 7, 8 and 9 due Mon, Nov 6 2. TEST Constitution Test during 2nd period on Tues, Nov 7 3. TEST Constitution Essay on Thurs, Nov 9 3. HW PS Constitution Project handout due Thurs, Nov 9

Monday, October 30 Week #11: Oct 30 - Nov 3, 2006 Topic: US Constitution HW/Quiz Schedule for Week #11 1. QUIZ Amendments Quiz (all 27) on Monday, Oct 30 2. QUIZ Crossword Quiz on Articles I - III on Tues, Oct 31 3. HW Outline essay question #1 due Wed, Nov 1 4. HW Outline essay question #3 due Thurs, Nov 2 5. HW Outline essay question #4 due Fri, Nov 3 6. HW Outline essay question # 5, 8 and 9 over the weekend. Due Mon, Nov 5 Constitution Test (objective) on Tues, Nov 7 Constitution Essay on Thurs, Nov 9

Monday, October 23 Week #9: Oct 23 - 27, 2006 Topic: Articles V - VII US Constitution and the Bill of Rights State Standards: 8.2.3; 8.2.5; 8.2.6 and 8.2.7 HW/Quiz Schedule for Week #9 1. HW Art IV-V SG #37 - 50 (Read pp. 626-627) due Mon, Oct 23 2. HW Read pp. 124-127; Answer #1+ 2 on p. 127 due Tues, Oct 24 3. HW Review pp. 124-127; Answer # 5 on p. 127 4. QUIZ on Bill of Rights on Wed, Oct 25. Quiz requires understanding each of the 10 amendments and applying them to real life experiences. (Period 2 takes quiz on Thurs due to Graduation Photo) 5. HW Complete Bill of Rights Activity and study amendments #11 - 27 due Thurs, Oct 25 6. HW Complete Amendments practice test and tape inside your ISN by Fri, Oct 27

Monday, October 16 Week #9: Oct 16-19, 2006 Topic: US Constitution: The Executive and Judicial Branches State Standards: 8.2.2; 8.2.6 and 8.2.7 HW/Quiz Schedule for Week #9 1. HW Article II study guide # 12-20 due Mon, Oct 16 2. QUIZ on Article II (The Executive Branch) Review your notes, Article II (pp.641-643) and Our Constitution Today, pp.631632) and and 3. HW Read Article III (pp. 643-644) and Our Constitution Today (pp. 634-635) and answer questions #21-26 on Article III Study Guide due Tues, Oct 17 4. HW Read above (#3) and complete SG questions # 27-36. Due Wed, Oct 18 5. QUIZ on Article III (Judicial Branch) on Thurs, Oct 19. Prepare by reviewing above and playing 6. HW Article IV (pp. 644-645) SG #37-42 by Fri, Oct 20 (pupil free day) 7. HW Article V (pp. 626-627) & 645 study guide questions #43-50 due Mon, Oct 23 **************************************************************************************************

Monday, October 9 Week #8: Oct 9 -13, 2006 Topic: Legislative and Executive Branches State Standards: 8.2.6 and 8.2.7 HW/Quiz/Test Schedule for Week #8 1. HW Article I SG #43-50 due Mon, Oct 9 2. HW Article I SG #51-57 due Tues, Oct 10 3. TEST on all of Article I on Wed, Oct 11 4. HW Article II SG #1-12 due Fri, Oct 13 5. HW Article II SG #13-20 due Mon, Oct 16 Practice what you learn about the Executive branch at ***************************************************************************************

Tuesday, October 3 Week #7: Oct 3- 6, 2006 Topic: Article I of US Constitution State Standards: 8.2.3; 8.2.6 and 8.2.7 HW/Quiz/Test Schedule for Week #7-8 1. HW Complete #1-24 on Article I Study Guide by Wed, Oct 4. 2. HW Complete Article I: Section 1-5 #25-34 due Thurs, Oct 5 Practice what you've learned for Thursday's quiz with this online activity 3. QUIZ on Article I: Section 1-5 only (pp. 636-638 in textbook) on Thurs, Oct 5 You must know all the information from #1-34 for Thursday's quiz 4. HW Complete Article I Study Guide #35- 42 due Fri, Oct 6 5. HW Complete Article I Study Guide # 43-50 due Mon, Oct 9 6. HW Complete Article I Study Guide # 52-57 due Tues, Oct 10 7. TEST on all of Article I on Wed, Oct 11 (Multiple choice test with 51 questions) Peer tutoring is every Tues, Wed and Thurs in my room during lunch.

Monday, September 25 Week #6: Sept 25 - Sept 29, 2006 Topic: The Constitutional Convention and the Bill of Rights State Standards: 8.2.2; 8.2.3; 8.2.4 HW/Quiz Schedule 1. Complete #1-5 & 6-10 on Constitutional Convention Study Guide due Tues, Sept 26 2. Complete #11 - 22 on Constitutional Convention Study Guide due Wed, Sept 27 3. Quiz on Constitutional Convention on Wed, Sept 28 Prepare for the quiz by playing these online games: 4. Complete #1-8 on Overview of the Constitution Study Guide due Thurs, Sept 28 5. Complete #9-15 on Overview of the Constitution Study Guide due Fri, Sept 29 6. Quiz on Overview of the Constitution on Fri, Sept 29 Prepare for Friday's quiz with this online activity:

Monday, September 18 Week #5: Sept 18 - 22, 2006 Topic: The Articles of Confederation Standards: 8.2.1 - 8.2.2 Homework/Quiz Schedule 1. Complete #1-9 on Roots of Government Study Guide due Tues, Sept 19 2. Quiz on Roots of Government lesson (pp. 82 -87) on Tues, Sept 19 Practice what you've learned from the Roots of Government lesson with this online game: 3. Complete # 9 -12 on AOCSG2 due Wed, Sept 19 4. Visual: Create either a Wanted Poster, Award or Obituary for Daniel Shays (p. 95) Explain clearly on the visual whether or not you consider him to be hero or criminal and provide supportive facts to support your opinion. This visual will be turned in separately. Due Thurs, Sept 20 5. Complete # 20 - 26 on AOCSG2 due Fri, Sept 21 Practice what you've learned from lessons 2 + 3 with this online game: 6. Quiz on the Articles of Confederation on Fri, Sept 21 5. Preamble Project due Mon, Sept 24

Monday, September 11 Week #4: Sept 11 - 15, 2006 Topic: American Revolution Standards: 8.1.1 - 8.1.3 Homework/Quiz/Test Schedule 1. Committees of Correspondence Pamphlet due on Mon, Sept 11 2. American Revolution open book/open note crossword quiz on Tues, Sept 12 3. Answer questions #13-20 on FARSG due Tues, Sept 12 4. Reviewing Key Terms B: 1-6 on page 76 due Wed, Sept 13 5. Exploring Concepts B: 1-6 on page 76 due Thurs, Sept 14 6. American Revolution Chapter Test on Thurs, Sept 14 7. Bring colored markers/pencils to class on Fri, Sept 15 Play these online games

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Tuesday, September 5 Week #3: Sept 5 - 8, 2006 Topic: Events leading to the American Revolution Standards: 8.1.1 HW 1. American Revolution Study Guide #1 - 16 due Tues, Sept 5 2. PS Committees of Correspondence Project Handout due Wed, Sept 6 3. American Revolution Study Guide #17 - 25 due Wed, Sept 6 4. Your customized version of Thomas Paine's Common Sense. We will begin this activity in class. You can take it home to put the finishing touches on it. Due Thurs, Sept 7 Quiz on Fri, Sept 8 Practice what you've learned with these online games:

Monday, August 28 Week #2 Aug 28 - Sept 1, 2006 Topic: American Colonialism, Regionalism, Great Awakening & Salutary Neglect State Standards: 8.1.1 Homework 1. Textbook form, spiral notebook, parent and student signature confirming receipt of rules and signed online quiz are all due on Mon, Aug 28 2. Read page 34 and outline provided. Answer #1-2 on Colonial HW Study Guide due Tues, Aug 29 3. Read pp. 35-39. Answer # 3-8 on Colonial Study Guide due Wed, Aug 30 4. Read pp. 48-53. Answer #9-14 on Colonial Study Guide due Thurs, Aug 31 5. Quiz on pp. 34-39 and 48-53 on Thurs, Aug 31. To prepare for this quiz review material with this interactive, online game 6. Read pp.54-57 by Fri, Sept 1.

Friday, August 25 Welcome Back & Introductions HW 1. Complete and return Email Information Sheet. Please write legibly (distinguish zeros from o and i from l or 1) Due Fri, Aug 25 2. Parent and student signatures indicating that you have read the introductory handout. Sign the handout as well as a separate sheet I will give you. Do not tear off the last page of the handout. Due Mon, Aug 28 3. Completion of book damage form with parent and student signatures. Be sure all damage is documented and that you have your name, book # on the form. Due Mon, Aug 28 4. Take or retake the classroom rules quiz at until you get 100%. Then print out a copy, sign it and have a parent sign it. Due Mon, Aug 28 5. Bring covered book to school by Mon, Aug 28 (unless you brought cloth cover on Friday) 6. Bring ISN (interactive student notebook) spiral notebook by Mon, August 28 Copies of class handouts are attached below

Monday, June 12 Week #20; June 12- 15, 2006 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2006 Activities this week include: Field Trip to Museum of Tolerance Graduation Rehearsals Fun Day Graduation Breakfast GRADUATION and GRADUATION PARTY

Monday, June 5 Week #19: June 5-9, 2006 Topic: Outdoor Education in Yosemite Homework: Be safe, healthy and well-behaved. Have a great time!

Tuesday, May 30 Week #17: May 29 - Jun 2, 2006 Topic: The US and the Holocaust in preparation for our Museum of Tolerance field trip on Mon, Jun 12 No HW this week. We have finished 8th grade state standards. Extra Credit Opportunity: Please bring goodies for our 8th grade Bake Sale to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Period 2: Bring goods on Tues Period 4: Bring goods on Wed Period 5: Bring goods on Thurs Period 6: Bring goods on Fri

Monday, May 22 Week #17: May 22 - May 26, 2006 Topic: The Progressive Era and the Modern Civil Rights Movement State Standards: 11th history grade standards because we have completed 8th grade 1. HW Complete field trip permission form (Museum of Tolerance) with parent signature and medical information. Due Mon, May 22 2. HW Final Project due Thurs, May 25 3. Extra Credit - next week bring in goodies to be sold at Bake Sale to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Each period should bring goodies on the day assigned as followes: Period 2: Tues, May 29 Period 4: Wed, May 30 Period 5: Thurs, May 31 Period 6: Fri, June 1

Monday, May 15 Week #15: May 15 - May 19, 2006 Topic: The Progressive Era & Immigration State Standards: 8.12.6 & 8.12.7 1. HW Post Civil War Newspaper Project due Mon, May 15 2. HW Parent Signature on Final Project due Tues, May 16 3. HW Parent Signature on Partner Collaboration Form due Tues, May 16 4. HW Final Project (Display board or Research Paper) due Thurs, May 25 Upcoming Events Youth in Government Mock Simulation - Wed, May 24 Open House - Thurs, May 25 Yosemite - June 5 Museum of Tolerance - June 12 Graduation - June 15 :-) Summer School - June 21

Monday, May 8 Weeks #14 - 16: May 8 - 25, 2006 Topic: The Gilded Age 1. HW Turn in completed newspaper articles 7 + 8. Be sure to attach to the first 6 articles or no credit will be given. Due Mon, May 8 2. Final Second Semester Final is Fri, May 12 3. Project Final newspaper project is due on Mon, May 15. 4. Project Poster Board Display or Research Report due Thurs, May 25

Monday, May 1 Week #13: May 1- May 5, 2006 Topic: Review of American History Standards Standards: 6.1.1 - 8.12.7 1. HW Completed first 4 articles due for Newspaper project due Mon, May 1 Review for CAT/6 2. HW Complete another 2 articles for Newspaper project. Due Fri, May 5 (These must be stapled or included with the original 4 turned in on Mon) Review for History CAT/6 3. HW Complete another 2 articles for Newspaper project. Due Mon, May 8. (These must be stapled or included with the the others Review for History CAT/6 4. HW Completed project due Mon, May 15 Upcoming Events: History CAT/6 Tests on Mon-Tues, May 8th and 9th Newspaper Project due Mon, May 15 Youth in Government Day on May 16

Monday, April 24 Week #12: April 24- 28, 2006 Topic: Review of first semester curricula 1. HW Parent Signature on Post Civil War Newspaper Project due Tues, Apr 25 2. Test First semester review test on Fri, Apr 28 3. HW First four articles of newspaper project due Mon, May 1 (Must be final drafts) 4. HW Second four articles for newspaper project due Fri, May 12. Must be final drafts and must be stapled to the original four submitted on May 1. 5. Project Newspaper Project due Mon, May 15

Monday, April 17 Week #11: April 17 - April 21, 2006 Topics: Agricultural and Industrial development (mining, ranching, farming), development of a federal Indian policy in the Great Plains, major industrialists (Carnegie, Rockefeller , Ford and Stanford) urbanization, immigration, working conditions, child labor and Samuel Gompers and the rise of labor unionism. State Standards: 8.8.2; 8.12.1; 8.12.2; 8.12.3; 8.12.4; 8.12.5; 8.12.6; 8.12.7 and 8.12.9 1. Youth in Government Essay due Mon, Apr 17. Required of all Honors History candidates. Optional for other students however, required if you want to participate in Youth in Government Day. Go to the Youth in Government link on my Web site. 2. HW Reviewing Key Terms A + B on page 438. Due Wed, Apr 19 3. Quiz on Chapter 14 on Wed, Apr 19. 4. HW Read pp. 442-446: Answer Workers & Industry Study Guide(WISG) #1-10 due Thurs, Apr 20 5. HW Read pp. 447-453; Answer WISG #11-18 due Fri, Apr 21 6. Quiz on Chapter 15: lessons 1 + 2 on Fri, Apr 21 7. HW Read pp. 455-461. Answer WISG #19-29 due Mon, Apr 24 8. Extra Credit Write a one page essay on US policy and the Indians from 1867 to 1890. Students should address causes for Indian displacement, annuities, reservation policy, the Dawes Act as well as caues and effects of infamous Indian battles such as Sand Creek and Wounded Knee Massacre. Include illustrated cover sheet. Due Mon, Apr 24

Monday, April 3 Week #10: Apr 3 - Apr 7, 2006 Topic: Reconstruction State Standards: 8.11.1; 8.11.2; 8.11.3; 8.11.4 and; 8.11.5 1. HW Parent signature on printout of online grades. Reformat as microsoft file if you want to shorten the amount that you print out. Tuesday will be the deadline for having mistakes online for the second quarter corrected. Come at nutrition or before school. Due Mon, Apr 3 2. HW Review lesson 1. Complete RSG #38-51 due Mon, Apr 3 3. Quiz on chapter 13; lesson 1 on Mon, Apr 3 4. HW RSG #52-62 due Wed, Apr 5 5. HW RSG #63-73 due Thurs, Apr 6 6. HW Chapter Review on page 404: Complete Reviewing Key Terms A+B and Exploring Concepts A + B. Keep it simple but know the material. 7. Test on Reconstruction. Chapter 13 (pp. 376 - 397) on Fri, Apr 7 8. HW Have an incredible and safe Spring Break! Enjoy the online games for the Reconstruction period

Monday, March 27 Week #8: Mar 27 - Apr 1, 2006 Topic: Reconstruction after the Civil War State Standards this week include: 8.11.1; 8.11.3 and; 8.11.5 1. HW Complete Chapter Review on p. 372: Reviewing key terms A+B and Exploring Concepts B. I am not requiring that you write out Exploring Concepts A however, you are required to know it. Due Mon, Mar 27 2. TEST on chapter 12 (pp. 342 - 367) on Mon, Mar 27 3. HW Complete Reconstruction Study Guide (RSG) #8-15 due Wed, Mar 29 4. HW Complete RSG #18-26 due Thurs, Mar 30 5. HW Complete RSG #27 - 37 due Fri, Mar 31 7. HW Complete RSG #38-51 due Mon, Apr 3 8. Quiz on chapter 13; lesson 1 (Reconstruction) on Mon, Apr 3

Tuesday, March 21 Week #8: Mar 21- 24, 2006 Topic: The Civil War Standards: 8.9.5; 8.10.1; 8.10.2; 8.10.3; 8.10.4; 8.10.5; 8.10.6 and 8.10.7 1. HW Document Based Assessment (DBA) Activity: The Gettysbury Address. Review the Gettysbury Address on p. 355 and answer #1-5 on DBA Activity Sheet posted online. Due Tues, Mar 21 2. HW The Civil War Study Guide # 29-39 due Wed, Mar 22 3. HW CWSG #50-59 due Thurs, Mar 23 4. HW Study the Civil War Review handout #1-75 Recommended for test preparation is the Chapter Review on p.372-373 (not required) 5. TEST The Civil War; Chapter 12 For list of online games to practice from go to www.quia.com/jg/635509.html

Monday, March 13 Week #7: Mar 13 - 17 Topic: Causes of the Civil War Standards: 8.9.1; 8.9.3; 8.9.4; 8.9.5; 8.10.1 and; 8.10.2 1. HW Page 338: Reviewing Key Terms A + B and Exploring Concepts A + B due Tues, Mar 14 2. Test on Chapter 11 Causes of the Civil War on Tues, Mar 14 3. HW North-South Compare and Contrast Foldable due Thurs, Mar 16 Practice what you've learned for the test on Tuesday with these online quizzes



Monday, March 6 Week #6: Mar 6-10, 2006 Topic: Causes of the Civil War State Standards: 8.9.5 1. HW PS and printout of 1st quarter grades. It was due on Fri, Mar 3 2. HW Causes of Civil War (CCW) Study Guide (SG) #28-41 due Tues, Mar 7 (Class time will be provided to begin this activity) 3. HW Complete student activity #23 due by Wed, Mar 8 4. HW CCWSG #42-48 due Wed, Mar 8 5. HW CCWSG #49-59 due Thurs, Mar 9 6. HW Complete student activities #23 + 24 due Fri, Mar 10 7. HW CCWSG #60-70 due Fri, Mar 10 8. HW Complete student activities #25 + 26 by Mon, Mar 13 9. Test Chapter 11 Test on Causes of the Civil War on Tues, Mar 14 Practice what you've learned at:

The more you watch this video the more you will gain. This is a free video Are you interested in more games? Go to my Web site and click on the 8th Grade Online Games and go to the topic you want. There are many more listed. Presenters this week: #22 on Tues (except 6th period which will present on Wed) #23 + 24 on Thurs #25 + 26 on Fri If you are confused about anything, is your answer. They have more on this subject than most. We will be viewing some clips in class.

Monday, February 27 Week #5: Feb 27 - Mar 3, 2006 Topic: Events Leading to the Civil War: Missouri Compromise, Wilmot Proviso, Compromise of 1850, the Abolition Movement State Standards this week include: 8.9.1; 8.9.4 and; 8.9.5 Field Trip to Museum of American West on Tues, Feb 28. Substitute Teacher on Wed, Mar 1 (I will be at Optimist Speech luncheon) 1. HW Read pp. 314-316. Answer #1-8 on Causes of Civil War SG due Wed, Mar 1 2. HW Read pp. 318-319. Answer #9-17 on Causes of Civil War SG due Thurs, Mar 2 Presentations #20 & 21 are scheduled for Thurs, Mar 2 3. HW Complete Student Activities of presenters #20 & 21due Fri, Mar 3 4. Quiz Quiz on Chapter 11: Lesson 1 (You must have solid understanding of the Missouri Compromise, Wilmot Proviso and Compromise of 1850) on Fri, Mar 3 5. HW Review pp. 320-324; Answer SG questions #18-27 due Mon, Mar 6 Test your knowledge of the sectional conflict with the following online games

For excellent digital video clip on Missouri Compromise go to

and type in username and password.

Then type Missouri Compromise as keyword. Then click on America's Era of Expansion and then click on the 2.19 minute video clip entitled the Missouri Compromise. There are many other excellent video clips available as well.

Tuesday, February 21 Week #4: Feb 21 - 24, 2006 Topic: The Agrarian South and the Abolition Movement State Standards: 8.7.1; 8.7.2; 8.7.3; 8.7.4 and; 8.9.1 1. HW Completion of class activity comparing & contrasting North & South due Tues, Feb 21 2. HW Read pp. 320-324; Answer #3 + 4 on p. 324 due Wed, Feb 22 3. Complete Student Activities #17, 18 + 19 due Thurs, Feb 23 4 Extra Credit: Spoke Diagram Poster Project: Must incorporate all major differences and similarities discussed in class and informational sheets provided along with graphics that portray realistic and relevant view. Must be neat and comprehensive. Due Thurs, Feb 23 5. HW Review pp. 320-324; Answer #1 + 2 on p. 324 due Fri, Feb 24 6. TEST on Chapter 10: The South on Fri, Feb 24 Practice what you have learned by playing these online games Hangman entire chapter review Matching Columns entire chapter review - each game has 10 matches. After you finish one try another Abolitionism Enrich and clarify your understanding by going to

and viewing some of the many video clips

Tuesday, February 14 Week #3: Feb 14-17 Topic: The agrarian southern economy, rise of slavery, strategies to preserve slavery and rebellions against it. State standards this week include: 8.71; 8.7.2; 8.7.3; 8.7.4 and 8.9.6 Presentation Schedule listed in file attached below. 1. HW Read pp. 284-289: Answer #1-13 on the South Study Guide due Wed, Feb 15 2. HW Complete student activities #12 + 13 due Thurs, Feb 16 3. HW Read pp. 298-302; Answer #20-27 on Antebellum South Study Guide due Thurs, Feb 16 4. HW Complete student activities #14, 15 + 16 due Fri, Feb 17 5. HW Read pp. 302-305: Answer #28-35 on Antebellum Study Guide due Fri, Feb 17 6. Quiz on Chap 10; Lessons 1+2 on Fri, Feb 17 7. HW Complete student activities #17, 18 due Tues, Feb 21

Monday, February 6 Spring Semester: Week #2: Feb 6 - Feb 10 Topic: The Industrial North, Urbanization, Immigration and Reform State Standards: 8.6.3; 8.6.4; 8.6.5 and; 8.6.6 HW and Quiz Schedule 1. HW Field Trip Check for $7.50 due last week 2-4. HW Complete each of the 3 activities of Friday's presenters due Mon, Feb 6 5. Quiz on Chapter 9: lesson 1 on Mon, Feb 6 6. HW PS on field trip permission form due Tues, Feb 7 7-8. HW Complete the 2 activities of Monday's presenters due Tue, Feb 7 9-10. HW Complete the 2 activities of Tuesday's presenters due Wed, Feb 8 11-12. HW Complete the 2 activities of Wednesday's presenters due Thurs, Feb 9 13-14. HW Complete the 2 activities of Thursday's presenters due Fri, Feb 10 15. Test on Chapter 9. Use may use student outlines for this test. Fri, Feb 10 Practice what you've learned at Enrich your understanding with the digital videos at

Monday, January 30 Spring Semester 2006 Week #1: Jan 30 - Feb 3 Topic: The American Northeast. Industrialization, urbanization, immigration, reform movements, working conditions and free blacks State standards this week include: 8.6.1; 8.6.2 and 8.6.3 1. HW Get PS on North-South Presentation Project handout due Tues, Jan 31 2. HW Read pp. 254-255; Answer Industrial North Study Guide #1-7 due Wed, Feb 1 3. HW Read pp. 256-258; Answer Industrial North Study Guide #8-13 due Thurs, Feb 2 4. HW Read pp. 258-260: Answer Industrial North Study Guide #14-17 due Fri, Feb 3 5. Presentations: #1, 2 and 3 scheduled for Fri, Feb 3. Check project handout for presentation schedule. 6. HW Student activities of presenters #1, 2 and 3 need to be completed by Mon, Feb 6 7. Quiz on Chapter 9: lesson 1 on Mon, Feb 6 Practice what you've learned at Enrich your understanding of the Industrial Revolution with digital video clips at





Monday, January 23 Week #20: Jan 23 - Jan 26, 2006 Topic: Push-Pull Factors leading to German & Irish Immigration to the US during the 1840s-1850s and the Political Backlash and Review for the Semester Final State Standard: 8.6.3 1. HW Read pp. 210-215; Answer questions #1-13 on the Immigration Study Guide posted below. Due Tues, Jan 24 2. Practice Review Final on Tues, Jan 24 (Mulitple Choice) 3. Practice Review Final on Wed, Jan 25 (Multiple Choice) 4. Semester Final on Thurs, Jan 26 (Multiple Choice) Practice what you have learned with the online games at Check out digital video clips at

for clarification of any of the state standards.

Monday, January 16 Week #19: Jan 17-20 Topic: Manifest Destiny: Oregon Territory, the Mormons & Deseret & the CA Gold Rush State standards this week include: 8.8.6; 8.9.4 and; 8.8.3 1. HW Read pp. 236-238; Answer Manifest Destiny Questions #52-58 due Tues, Jan 17 2. HW Manifest Destiny Poster due Wed, Jan 18 Poster Requirements: Tell a story about Manifest Destiny with words and pictures. Divide the poster into 4 sections. Choose from the following: Lewis & Clark; Texas; Mormons; Oregon Territory; the Alamo; Oregon Trail; Mountain Men; government explorers (John Fremont, Zebulon Pike, Jedediah Smith, etc; the Bear Flaggers and; the Gold Rush. Everything in writing should be in your own words. Limit yourself to the big ideas 3. HW Read pp. 239-240; Answer Manifest Destiny Questions #59-67 due Thurs, Jan 19 4. HW PS on printout of online grades Upcoming Quizzes, Tests and Final Exam Manifest Destiny Chapter Test on Fri, Jan 20 First Semester Final on Thurs, Jan 26 Practice what you've learned at these online sites



Monday, January 9 WEEK #19: Jan 9-12

MANIFEST DESTINY: TEXAS INDEPENDENCE & THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR State standards this week include: 8.8.2; 8.8.4 and 8.8.6 1. HW Manifest Destiny SG questions #13-21 due Mon, Jan 9 2. HW Complete essay begun in class. Due Tues, Jan 10 Question: What were the (1) the causes of the Texan war for independence; (2) the major events of the war and; why did the US refuse to annex Texas in 1836. 2. HW Manifest Destiny SG questions #31-39 due Wed, Jan 11 3. QUIZ on lessons 1 + 2 on Wed, Jan 12 4. SPECIAL: Martin Luther King, Jr and the Modern Civil Rights Movement will be topic of discussion and excellent video on Thurs, Jan 12. Practice what you've learned at and For excellent graphic summary of Manifest Destiny view Part I of this video clip:

Wednesday, January 4 WEEK #18: Jan 3-6, 2006 MANIFEST DESTINY: LEWIS & CLARK, MOUNTAIN MEN & TEXAS INDEPENDENCE State standards this week include: 8.8.2; 8.8.5 and 8.8.6 1. HW Read pp. 222-225; Answer Manifest Destiny Study Guide Questions #1-8 due Wed, Jan 4 2. HW Read pp. 226-227. Answer Manifest Destiny Study Guide Questions #9-12 due Thurs, Jan 5 3. Quiz on Chapter 8: lesson 1 (pp. 222-227) on Fri, Jan 6 4. HW Read pp. 230-231. Answer Manifest Destiny Study Guide Questions #13-21 due Mon, Jan 9 Practice what you've learned about chapter 8: lesson 1 by playing this online game Enrich your understanding by using the digital video clips at

Monday, December 12 WEEK #17: DEC 12 - DEC 16 JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY STATE STANDARDS this week include: 8.8.2 "Discuss the election of Andrew Jackson in 1828, the importance of Jacksonian democracy, his actions as president (e.g. spoils system) veto of the National Bank, policy of Indian removal, opposition to the Supreme Court; 8.8.3 (Trail of Tears); and 8.9.5 (States' Rights Doctrine) 1. HW Constitution Project due Mon, Dec 12 2. HW Review pp. 176-179: Answer study guide questions #25-31 due Tues, Dec 13 3. HW Complete "standards" class activity at home if not completed in class due Wed, Dec 13 4. CROSSWORD QUIZ Jacksonian Democracy on Wed, Dec 14. You may use your book and foldable. 5. QUIZ - Vocabulary Quiz on Thurs, Dec 14. Practice what you've learned at:

Enrich your understanding at:

Type in Andrew Jackson as the keyword.



Monday, December 5 WEEK #16 DEC 5-9, 2005 CHAPTER 5: NEW NATION 1789-1823 STATE STANDARDS this week include: 8.2.5; 8.2.6; 8.3.4; 8.3.5; 8.3.6; 8.4.2; 8.5.1 and 8.5.2 1. HW Complete note-taking on pp. 158-159 in your foldable on the Transcontinental Treaty and the Monroe Doctrine. Due Mon, Dec 5 2. HW Parent signature on printout of online grades. Progress reports will come out next week. PS due on Tues, Dec 6 3. HW Complete Reviewing Key Terms B: 1-8 and Exploring Concepts B: 1-5 on page 160 Due Tues, Dec 6 4. TEST Chapter 5 (pp. 134-159) on Wed, Dec 7 5. HW Review pages 173-175: Complete Jackson Study Guide Questions #1-9 due Fri, Dec 9 Upcoming Tests, Quizzes and/or Projects Chapter 5 Test on Tues, Dec 6 Constitution Project due Mon, Dec 12 Review for Chapter 5 Test at: lesson one lesson two lesson three Review for Jackson Administration Chapter 6: lesson 2

Check out digital video clips at



Wish List - colored paper (printing not construction paper) for ongoing foldables. Ask your kids to show you what we are doing in class. There are lots of other foldable formats we will be using in the future.

Saturday, November 26 WEEK #15: NOV 28 - DEC 2 The Jefferson and Madison Administrations: the Revolution of 1800, the Louisiana Purchase, Marbury v. Madison and the origins of the War of 1812 STATE STANDARDS this week include: 8.3.4; 8.3.7; 8.4.2; 8.5.1 and 8.8.2 1. HW Review pp. 146-151: Answer Chapter SG questions #31-41 due Tues, Nov 29 Use chapter study guide attached below 2. HW Read pp. 147-151 and pp. 154-155 to answer this take home essay question: What were the successes and failures of the Jefferson Administration? Worth 10 pts. Include colorful, illustrated cover sheet. Use study guide questions for ideas of what to incorporate into essay. Please type or write very neatly. Due Wed, Nov 30 3. QUIZ on Jefferson Administration on Wed, Nov 30 4. HW Review pp. 154-156. Write a newspaper editorial imploring (urging) Americans to support the War of 1812. Use study guide questions to guide your argument in favor of war. Include newspaper title, headlines, byline and period date. Due Fri, Dec 2 Chapter 5 Test scheduled for Tues, Dec 6 Constitution Project due date changed to Mon, Dec 12 Practice what you've learned at: lesson one lesson two lesson three

Wednesday, November 23 WEEK #14: NOV 21-23, 2005 WASHINGTON - JEFFERSON ADMINISTRATION STATE STANDARDS THIS WEEK INCLUDE: 8.3.4; 8.3.5; 8.4.2 and 8.4.3 What is a Jeffersonian Republican? 1. HW: Review pp. 134-137: Answer study guide questions #14-24 due Mon, Nov 21 2. HW: Review pp. 137-139: Answer study guide questions #25-38 due Tues, Nov 22 3. QUIZ on Chapter 5: Lesson 1 Practice with 4. HW: Constitution Project Current Event #2. Must be complete and in formal project quality. Due Wed, Nov 23 5. HW: Review pp. 149-151: Answer study guide questions #40-46 due Tues, Nov 29 Review lesson 2 at Study Guide for Lesson two is posted below. Go to part two where it says Nov 23

Monday, November 14 WEEK #13 US CONSTITUTION 1. Outline 4 of 5 potential essay questions (#1,3,4, 7 & 8) due Mon, Nov 14 2. Study for the US Constitution District Test Pt. I on Tues, Nov 15 3. Study for the US Constitution District Test Pt. II Essay on Wed, Nov 16 4. Review pp. 135-137: Answer study guide questions #14-24 due Fri, Nov 18 Online Review for US Constitution Online Review for New Nation (Chapter following the Constitution Unit)

Tuesday, November 8 WEEK #12 US CONSTITUTION 1. Study for Amendments Quiz (all 27) on Tues, Nov 8 2. Constitution Project Current Event #1 due Wed, Nov 9 3. Constitution Crossword Puzzle due Thurs, Nov 10 4. Review and begin outlining potential essay questions over the weekend Constitution Test is Tues and Wed, Nov 15 + 16 Constitution Luncheon is Wed, Nov 15 hosted by PTA and sponsored by the Heffesse Family

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