United States History 10

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February News

Week of February 28- March 4

Monday, February 28: AHSGE Reading

Tuesday, March 1: AHSGE Language

Wednesday, March 2: AHSGE Social Studies

Thursday, March 3: AHSGE Biology

Friday, March 4: AHSGE Math

Week of February 21-25

Monday, February 21: AHSGE Practice

Tuesday, February 22: AHSGE Tournament

Wednesday, February 23: AHSGE Semifinals

Thursday, February 24: AHSGE Finals

Friday, February 25: 9.1 and 9.2 Worksheet

Week of February 7-11

Monday, February 7: Reforming Society, 8.3 Quiz

Tuesday, February 8: AHSGE Review

Wednesday, February 9: The Abolitionist Movement

Thursday, February 10: 8.4 Quiz

Friday, February 11: AHSGE Review

January News

Week of January 4-7

Tuesday, January 4: American Nationalism, John Marshall Discussion Paper Topics: Describe the Monroe Doctrine, or Trace the Events leading to Alabama Becoming a State, or Describe the Revolution in Transportation

Wednesday, January 5: Debate Nationalism, 7.1 Worksheet

Thursday, January 6: Andrew Jackson, Group Projects

Friday, January 7: Early Industry, Transportation Discussion

December News

Week of December 13-17

Monday and Tuesday Review

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday

Final Exams

November News

Chapter Five: Creating a Constitution

Week of November 22-23

Monday, November 22: Political Cartoons, Constitution Discussion

Tuesday, November 23: Chapter 5 Test

Week of November 15-19

Monday, November 15: Constitution Discussion

Tuesday, November 16: Introduction paragraph for essay (Explain your favorite amendment from the Bill of Rights), 1787

Wednesday, November 17: Federalist vs. Antifederalist

debates

Thursday, November 18: Worksheet, debate continued

Friday, November 19: The Founders

Week of November 8-12

Monday, November 8: A New Constitution Lecture, American Government Discussion

Tuesday, November 9: American Independence

Wednesday, November 10: 5.2 Worksheet

Thursday, November 11: Veteran's Day No School

Friday, November 12: No School

Week of November 1-5

Monday, November 1: Reviewing Chapter Four,

The Creation of the Constitution

Tuesday, November 2: The Confederation Lecture,

Worksheet.

Wednesday, November 3:Born Free and Equal, Projects

Thursdy, November 4: American Government

Friday, November 5: Mapping Early United States

Chapter Four: The American Revolution

Week of October 25-29

Monday, October 25: The War for Independence: Treaty of Paris 1783 Discussion on war of attrition.

Tuesday, October 26: The War Changes American Society: Lecture/Notes, U.S. politics Debate

Wednesday October 27: 4.3 and 4.4 Worksheet, John Trumbell and Charles Wilson Peal Discussion

Thursday, October 28: American Revolution Discussion

Friday, October 29: American Revolution Test

Week of October 18-22

Monday, October 18: The Revolution Begins: Discussion on the Decision for Independence, Debate the Declaration of Independence

Tuesday, October 19: Homework Due, 4.2 Worksheet, Benjamin Franklin

Wednesday, October 20, Homework Due, Group Projects, Declaration of Independence

Thursday, October 21: The War for Independence: Copy Objectives, The War for Independence Notes, Discuss the Northern Campaign

Friday, October 22: Check Homework, Debate the War at Sea, Treaty of Paris 1783

Week of October 12-15

Tuesday, October 12: The Colonies Fight for Their Rights, Discussion on Colonial Discontent. Paper Topic:Trace the events of the American Revolution including: the Boston Tea Party, Bunker Hill, Declaration of Independence, Trenton, and the Treaty of Paris 1783. (Due October 28)

Wednesday, October 13: Homework Due,Debate Stamp Act, 4.1 Worksheet.

Thursday, October 14: Homework Due, Legend of Samuel Adams, Group Projects: The Customs House, Liberty Bell, Colonial Flag, George Washington (Due October 27)

Friday, October 15: The Revolution Begins


Imprtant Dates

Assignments and Projects:

2/21:

Picturing History 301

2/22:

Geography Skills 303

History Through Art 304

2/23:

1-7 p. 304

2/24:

1-4 page 305

2/25:

Reading Checks 307, 308, 311

2/7:

Reading Checks: 285, 287, 288

2/8:

Geography Skills 287

2/9:

3-7 P. 288

2/10:

1-4 p. 289

2/11:

Study For Test

1/4:

Reading Checks: 241, 242, 243, 244

1/5:

Worksheet 7.1, Chart Skills 242, Picturing History 243

1/6:

1-8 p. 244

1/7:

Geography Skills 246, Reading Checks 247, 249(2), 250(2), Picturing History 248

11/22:

Papers Due

11/23:

Test

Political Cartoon

11/15:

ViewPoints 174

11/16:

Reading Checks 174 & 175

11/17:

1-5 p.175

11/18:

5.3 worksheet

15-19 p.176

11/19:

right to vote p.180

11/10:

5.2 Worksheet

1-5 Page 169

11/1:

1-24 Page 154-155

Reading Checks: 159, 162

Chart Skills 162

11/2:

5.1 Work Sheet

Assessment 162 (3-6)

11/3:

Page 163 1-4

11/4:

History Through Art 166

11/5:

Reading Checks 166, 167, 169

10/25:

3-6 Page 145

10/26:

Reading Checks: 149, 151, 152

Geography Skills:150

History Through Art 151,152

10/27:

Projects Due

4.3 and 4.4 Worksheet

1-8 Page 152

10/28:

Paper Due

1-2 Page 153

10/29:

Test

10/18:

What if Page 133 1-2

Assessment 1-6 page 133

10/19:

4.2 Worksheet

Chart Skills 139

10/20:

Reading Checks 139, 142(2), 143, 144, 145

10/21:

Geography Skills 140, 144

History Through Art 141

10/22:

3-7 page 145

10/12:

Analyzing Political Cartoons 117

History Through Art 118, 123

Reading Checks 119, 120, 122, 123

Geography Skills 119

10/13:

4.1 Worksheet

Graphic Organizer 120

Section Assessment (3-6) 123

10/14

Group Projects (due Oct. 28)

You're the Historian 125