March

U.S. History

Mr.Ryan

Week of: March 24-28

                

US History

Monday 3/24

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Review for Chapter 13 test

Standard

I:A: Describe the relationship between the north and the south A. Analyze how advances in technology shaped the economy of the north. B. Explain how new kinds of transportation and communication spurred economic growth

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Display Chapter 13 test review questions on the overhead
  2. Oversee students work on Chapter 13 test review

Student Activities

  1. Copy and answer Chapter 13 test review questions

Assessment/Evaluation

Participation in review

Academic Vocabulary (optional by dept.)

Yeoman, tenant farmer, overseer

Additional Resources

Chapter 13 test review questions

Modifications/ Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Tuesday 3/25

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Review for Chapter 13 test

Standard

I:A: Describe the relationship between the north and the south A. Analyze how advances in technology shaped the economy of the north. B. Explain how new kinds of transportation and communication spurred economic growth

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Oversee students work Chapter 13 test review

Student Activities

  1. Continue work of Chapter 13 test review

Assessment/Evaluation

Participation in Chapter 13 test review

Academic Vocabulary

Yeoman, tenant farmer, overseer

Additional Resources

Chapter 13 test review

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Wednesday 3/26

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Take Chapter 13 test

Standard

I:A: Describe the relationship between the north and the south A. Analyze how advances in technology shaped the economy of the north. B. Explain how new kinds of transportation and communication spurred economic growth

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Pass out Chapter 13 test
  2. Oversee students taking Chapter 13 test

Student Activities

  1. Take Chapter 13 test
  2. Copy down Chapter 14 vocabulary words

Assessment/Evaluation

Chapter 13 test is worth two grades

Academic Vocabulary

Yeoman, tenant farmer, overseer

Additional Resources

Chapter 13 test

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Thursday 3/27

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Explain why educational reformers thought all citizens should attend school

Standard

I:B.4,5,6 Analyze how the age of reform impacted the United States 1. Define Social Reform A. Identify how religious and philosophical ideas inspired various reform movements. B. Explain why educational reformers thought all citizens should attend school

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Lead a classroom discussion on a reform the students would like to see in society today

Student Activities

  1. Participate in the classroom discussion on reform

Assessment/Evaluation

Participation in reform discussion

Academic Vocabulary

Utopia, Revival, temperance, normal school, transcendentalilst

Additional Resources

Creating America: Reforming American Society page 433-438

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Friday 3/28

Objective

(Today I will Learn

Explain why educational reformers thought all citizens should attend school

Standard

I:B.4,5,6 Analyze how the age of reform impacted the United States 1. Define Social Reform A. Identify how religious and philosophical ideas inspired various reform movements. B. Explain why educational reformers thought all citizens should attend school

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Oversee students writing an essay on a change they would like to see in their society today

Student Activities

1. Write an essay on a change they would like to see in society today

 

Assessment/Evaluation

Essay will be turned in for a grade

Academic Vocabulary

Utopia, Revival, temperance, normal school, transcendentalilst

Additional Resources

Creating America: Reforming American Society page 433-438

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

 

 

Geography

 Mr.Ryan

Week of: March 24-28

                

 

Geography

Monday, 3/24

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Review for Chapter 5 test

Standard

1. explain how differing perceptions of places, people and resources have affected events and conditions in the past;

2. interpret and analyze geographic information obtained from a variety of sources (e.g., maps, directly witnessed and surveillanced

photographic and digital data, personal documents and interviews, symbolic representations - graphs, charts, diagrams, tables, etc.);

3. recognize geographic questions and explain how to plan and execute an inquiry to answer them; and

4. explain a contemporary issue using geographic knowledge, tools and perspectives.

 

Teacher Activities & Strategies

1. Display Chapter 5 test review questions on the overhead

Student Activities

  1. Copy and answer Chapter 5 test review questions from the overhead

Assessment/Evaluation

Chapter 5 test review questions

Academic Vocabulary (optional by dept.)

Province, Glacier, Tundra, Praire, Dominion, Prime Minister, Autonomy

Additional Resources

Chapter 5 test review questions

Modifications/ Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Tuesday, 3/25

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Review for Chapter 5 test

Standard

1. explain how differing perceptions of places, people and resources have affected events and conditions in the past;

2. interpret and analyze geographic information obtained from a variety of sources (e.g., maps, directly witnessed and surveillanced

photographic and digital data, personal documents and interviews, symbolic representations - graphs, charts, diagrams, tables, etc.);

3. recognize geographic questions and explain how to plan and execute an inquiry to answer them; and

4. explain a contemporary issue using geographic knowledge, tools and perspectives.

 

Teacher Activities & Strategies

1. Oversee students continued work on Chapter 5 test review questions

Student Activities

  1. Continue work on Chapter 5 test review questions

Assessment/Evaluation

Chapter 5 test review questions

Academic Vocabulary

Province, Glacier, Tundra, Praire, Dominion, Prime Minister, Autonomy

Additional Resources

Chapter 5 test review questions

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Wednesday, 3/26

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Take Chapter 5 Test

Standard

1. explain how differing perceptions of places, people and resources have affected events and conditions in the past;

2. interpret and analyze geographic information obtained from a variety of sources (e.g., maps, directly witnessed and surveillanced

photographic and digital data, personal documents and interviews, symbolic representations - graphs, charts, diagrams, tables, etc.);

3. recognize geographic questions and explain how to plan and execute an inquiry to answer them; and

4. explain a contemporary issue using geographic knowledge, tools and perspectives.

 

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Pass out Chapter 5 test and oversee students taking the test

Student Activities

  1. Take Chapter 5 Test

Assessment/Evaluation

Chapter 5 test is worth two grades

Academic Vocabulary

Province, Glacier, Tundra, Praire, Dominion, Prime Minister, Autonomy

Additional Resources

Chapter 5 Test

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Thursday, 3/27

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

  1. Describe the landforms found in Mexico

Standard

1. explain how differing perceptions of places, people and resources have affected events and conditions in the past;

2. interpret and analyze geographic information obtained from a variety of sources (e.g., maps, directly witnessed and surveillanced

photographic and digital data, personal documents and interviews, symbolic representations - graphs, charts, diagrams, tables, etc.);

3. recognize geographic questions and explain how to plan and execute an inquiry to answer them; and

4. explain a contemporary issue using geographic knowledge, tools and perspectives.

 

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Guide oral reading of Chapter 6.1

Student Activities

  1. Read when call upon

Assessment/Evaluation

Participation in oral reading of Chapter 6.1

Academic Vocabulary

Land Bridge, peninsula, Latitude

Additional Resources

Power point on Mexico

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Friday, 3/28

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Describe how Mexico’s climates vary with altitude

Standard

1. explain how differing perceptions of places, people and resources have affected events and conditions in the past;

2. interpret and analyze geographic information obtained from a variety of sources (e.g., maps, directly witnessed and surveillanced

photographic and digital data, personal documents and interviews, symbolic representations - graphs, charts, diagrams, tables, etc.);

3. recognize geographic questions and explain how to plan and execute an inquiry to answer them; and

4. explain a contemporary issue using geographic knowledge, tools and perspectives.

 

Teacher Activities & Strategies

1. Lecture on Mexico

Student Activities

1. Take Cornell notes on the lecture on Mexico

 

Assessment/Evaluation

Cornell notes will graded

Academic Vocabulary

Land Bridge, peninsula, Latitude

Additional Resources

Power point on Mexico

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

 

 

 

 

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