August 28 – Sept. 1, 2017

Essential Question:  What makes a source reliable?

Monday B

  1. Continue syllabus overview & sharing  responses to Day 1 class question.
  2. Debrief Evaluating Sources
  3. U.S. History Portfolio Scoring Explanation-Federalism & The Constitution Portfolio Table of Contents
  4. Reading Like a Historian:  Steps to Analysis to Visual Documents

Essential Question:  How did the ideas of the Federalists and Anti-Federalists influence the writing of the Constitution?

Tuesday A

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish Steps To Analysis of Visual Documents
  3. Begin DBQ What types of governments did the Federalists and Anti-Federalists prefer?

Wednesday B

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish Steps To Analysis of Visual Documents
  3. Begin DBQ What types of governments did the Federalists and Anti-Federalists prefer?

Thursday A

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish DBQ:  What types of governments did the Federalists and Anti-Federalists prefer?

Friday B

  1. Current Events
  2. Finish DBQ:  What types of governments did the Federalists and Anti-Federalists prefer?
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August 21 – 25, 2017

Welcome to 1st semester U.S. History.

I am looking forward to an exciting & interesting year of study.

This “wordpress”  blog provides the weekly class topics and activities.   Paper copies of all class handouts  will be  available in the classroom. Once the student laptops have been distributed, to access electronic versions  of the readings & handouts, please visit  the U.S.  History section  of your One Note program

Monday – No School

Tuesday – No School

Wednesday A

  1. What is culture? & If you could visit a place in the United States that represents our culture, where would it be and why?
  2. Review Syllabus, Signature page due by Wednesday, August 30, 2017 for 30 pts.
  3. Reading Like a Historian:  Evaluating Sources

Thursday B

  1. What is culture? & If you could visit a place in the United States that represents, where would it be and why?
  2. Review Syllabus, Signature page due by Wednesday, August 30, 2017 for 30 pts.
  3. Reading Like a Historian:  Evaluating Sources

Friday A  Assembly Special Schedule

  1. Continue syllabus overview & sharing  responses to Day 1 class question.
  2. Debrief Evaluating Sources
  3. U.S. History Portfolio Scoring Explanation-Federalism & The Constitution Portfolio Table of Contents
  4. Reading Like a Historian:  Steps to Analysis to Visual Documents