Agenda 2019-2020

Be well, be safe.


13 New Challenges

May 27 through June 19

For Distance Learning: Students are are expected to complete assignments following the agenda below.

However, everyone’s home situation is different. To take this into account: All assignments are open and are not set to close. All assignments are set for highest score. A score of 70% or better is needed for an assignment to be considered complete.To help you keep track of which assignments you have completed a chapter completion bar is now visible at the top of each page to show a student’s completion status for the chapter. Each block in the bar represents an assignment. Completed assignments show as green blocks with green check marks. Hovering the cursor over a block will identify what assignment it refers to. Clicking on a block will take you to that assignment. The chapter completion bar looks like this:

Completed assignments will be indicated in PowerSchool by a green check (collected). It will look like this:

Calendar Key : • = Resources to be read/viewed, thought about, and studied.    ⦿ = Work to be completed.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
25 – May 26 27 28 29

13 Intro

§ 13.1 The Reagan Revolution

§ 13.1 The Reagan Revolution

1 – June 2 3 4 5

§ 13.2 The First President Bush

§ 13.2 The First President Bush

§ 13.3 Towards a New Century

§ 13.3 Towards a New Century

§ 13.4 The Global War on Terror

8 9 10 11 12

§ 13.4 The Global War on Terror

§ 13.5 Twenty-First Century Challenges

§ 13.5 Twenty-First Century Challenges

13 Culminating Activities

Surveys

15 16 17 18 19

Revised May 8, 2020

12 Civil Rights Era

May 1 through 19

For Distance Learning: Students are are expected to complete assignments following the agenda below.

However, everyone’s home situation is different. To take this into account: All assignments are open and are not set to close. All assignments are set for highest score. A score of 70% or better is needed for an assignment to be considered complete.To help you keep track of which assignments you have completed a chapter completion bar is now visible at the top of each page to show a student’s completion status for the chapter.  Each block in the bar represents an assignment. Completed assignments show as green blocks with green check marks.  Hovering the cursor over a block will identify what assignment it refers to. Clicking on a block will take you to that assignment. The chapter completion bar looks like this:

Completed assignments will be indicated in PowerSchool by a green check (collected). It will look like this:

Actual assignment scores may be put in at a later date.

Calendar Key : • = Resources to be read/viewed, thought about, and studied.    ⦿ = Work to be completed.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
27 – April 28 29 30 1 – May

12 Intro

4 5 6 7 8

§ 12.1 The Civil Rights Movement

§ 12.1 The Civil Rights Movement

§ 12.2 Kennedy and Johnson

§ 12.2 Kennedy and Johnson

§ 12.3 Civil Rights in the 1960s

11 12 13 14 15

§ 12.3 Civil Rights in the 1960s

§ 12.4 Others Seek Rights

§ 12.4 Others Seek Rights

18 19 20 21 22

12 Culminating Activities


11 The Cold War Era

April 14 through 29

Distance Learning Agenda

For Distance Learning: Students are are expected to complete assignments following the agenda below.

However, everyone’s home situation is different. To take this into account: All assignments are open and are not set to close. All assignments are set for highest score. A score of 70% or better is needed for an assignment to be considered complete.To help you keep track of which assignments you have completed a chapter completion bar is now visible at the top of each page to show a student’s completion status for the chapter. Each block in the bar represents an assignment. Completed assignments show as green blocks with green check marks. Hovering the cursor over a block will identify what assignment it refers to. Clicking on a block will take you to that assignment. The chapter completion bar looks like this:

Completed assignments will be indicated in PowerSchool by a green check (collected). It will look like this:

Actual assignment scores may be put in at a later date.

Calendar Key : • = Resources to be read/viewed, thought about, and studied.    ⦿ = Work to be completed.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
13 14 15 16 17

11 Intro

§ 11.1 Cold War Begins

§ 11.1 Cold War Begins

§ 11.2 Korean War

20 21 22 23 24

§ 11.2 Korean War

§ 11.3 Regional Conflicts

§ 11.3 Regional Conflicts

11.4 Vietnam War

11.4 Vietnam War

27 28 29 30 1 – May

§ 11.5 Cold War Ends

§ 11.5 Cold War Ends

11 Culminating Activities


For those observing religious holidays please note the assignments do not close and may be done after (or before) your observance without penalty.

Revised March 30, 2020

10 World War II

April 1 through 13

Distance Learning Agenda

This agenda is for chapter 10 World War II from section 2 through the end of the chapter. The Intro and section 1 for chapter 10 were done before the school closure. That work is still open . Please check whether you completed it.

Chapter 10  work was already available at the time of the school closure. A suggested agenda was posted. Most students worked during the closure.

If you did not work during the closure: It is okay. Now you should get started and follow the agenda below.

If you did some work: You may continue with chapter 10 or focus on other subjects and start again on the chapter when the agenda catches up to you.

If you finished chapter 10: Check to be sure you have completed all the assignments (including the culminating assignments). Then you may work ahead on chapter 11 or you may focus on other subjects and start with chapter 11 on April 14.


For Distance Learning: Students are are expected to complete assignments following the agenda below.

However, everyone’s home situation is different. To take this into account: All assignments are open and are not set to close. All assignments are set for highest score. A score of 70% or better is needed for an assignment to be considered complete.To help you keep track of which assignments you have completed a chapter completion bar is now visible at the top of each page to show a student’s completion status for the chapter. Each block in the bar represents an assignment. Completed assignments show as green blocks with green check marks. Hovering the cursor over a block will identify what assignment it refers to. Clicking on a block will take you to that assignment. The chapter completion bar looks like this:

Completed assignments will be indicated in PowerSchool by a green check (collected). It will look like this:

Actual assignment scores may be put in at a later date.

Calendar Key : • = Resources to be read/viewed, thought about, and studied. ⦿ = Work to be completed.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
30 March 31 1 April 2 3

Please use this day to log into room228.org and check whether you completed the assignments for 10.1 from March 13. Complete any you have not done.

§ 10.2 WW II Begins

§ 10.2 WW II Begins

§ 10.3 On the Home Front

6 7 8 9 10

§ 10.3 On the Home Front

§ 10.4 The European Theater of War

§ 10.4 The European Theater of War

§ 10.5 The War in the Pacific

§ 10.5 The War in the Pacific

13 14 15 16 17

10 Culminating Activities


SOCSD Communications
Wed 3/18/2020 12:09 PM
“March 19-30 have been designated as non-school days for our students and non-work days for our teachers and support services providers.”
“We anticipate launching distance learning after March 30, unless otherwise directed. In the interim, we encourage you to access the resources and activities that teachers have already planned which will be posted on each of our schools’ homepages tomorrow.”
Robert R. Pritchard, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

Students started chapter 10 World War II on March 11.  As of 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 19 all materials and assignments (with the exclusion of the culminating activities) will be available/open without due/closing dates. When either school resumes or distance learning begins appropriate due dates will be determined. For students choosing to work on the “non-school days” it is suggested that they follow the agenda below. If students do not work on the “non-school days”, they will not be penalized.


10 World War II

March 11 through March 31

Suggested Non-Work Days Agenda

Calendar Key : = Resources to be read/viewed, thought about, and studied.    ⦿ = Work to be completed.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9  March 10 11 12 13
10 World War II

Introduction

§ 10.1 War Clouds Gather

§ 10.1 War Clouds Gather

16 17 18 19 20
No School
for
Students
No School No School

§ 10.2 WW II Begins

§ 10.2 WW II Begins

23 24 25 26 27

§ 10.3 On the Home Front

§ 10.3 On the Home Front

§ 10.4 The European Theater of War

§ 10.4 The European Theater of War

§ 10.5 The War in the Pacific

30 31 1 April 2 3

§ 10.5 The War in the Pacific

10 Culminating Activities


9 The Great Depression and the New Deal

February 24 through March 10

Please note: Most class work is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
24 25 26 27 28

§ Introduction

§ 9.1 The Great Crash

§ 9.1 The Great Crash

§ 9.2 FDR and the New Deal

§ 9.2 FDR and the New Deal

2 3 4 5 6

§ 9.3 Response to the New Deal

§ 9.3 Response to the New Deal

§ 9.4 The Nation in Hard Times

§ 9.4 The Nation in Hard Times

9 Review

9 10 11 12 13

9 Review

§ Evaluation

9 Test


World War I

January 15 through February 4

Please note: Most class work is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
13 14 15 16 17

§ Introduction

§ 7.1 War in Europe

§ 7.1 War in Europe

20 21  Earth Sci. Midterm

Periods 1-3
22 23  Algebra H. Midterm

 Periods 4-6
24

§ 7.2 From Neutrality to War

Test Make-Up Day

Unfinished Essays Completed

§ 7.2 From Neutrality to War

§ 7.2 From Neutrality to War

27 28   Guidance Period 2

TZHS Students Period 3
29 30 31

§ 7.3 Americans in Battle

• 7.3 Slides

• 7.3 Summary

• 7.3 Vocabulary

• 7.3 People

• 7.3 Text

 

 

 

§ 7.3 Americans in Battle

 

⦿ 7.3 Vocab Check

⦿ 7.3 People Check

⦿ 7.3 Questions

⦿ 7.3 Connecting with Geography: The Lost Battalion

§ 7.4 The Failed Peace

• 7.4 Slides

• 7.4 Summary

• 7.4 Vocabulary

• 7.4 People

• 7.4 Text

7 Practice Test Opens

 

§ 7.4 The Failed Peace

 

⦿ 7.4 Vocab Check

⦿ 7.4 People Check

⦿ 7.4 Questions

⦿ 7 Primary Source Activity: The Treaty of Versailles

3 4 5 6  Course Advisement 7

§ 7 Review

§ 7 Evaluation

⦿ 7 Test

⦿ 7 Wrap Up Forum


Becoming a World Power

January 2 through 14

Please note: Most class work is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
30 31 1 2 3

§ 6 Agenda

§ Introduction

6 Essential Questions

6 Intro Forum  

§ 6.1 A Pacific Empire

6 7 8 9 10

§ 6.1 A Pacific Empire

§ 6.2 War With Spain

§ 6.2 War With Spain

§ 6.3 The U.S. in Latin America

§ 6.3 The U.S. in Latin America

13 14 15 16 17

6 Review

6 Evaluation

6 Test


Opening the West

December 3 through 11

Please note: Most class work is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2 3 4 5 6

§ 5 Agenda

§ 5 Introduction

§ 5.1 Mining and Railroads

 

§ 5.2 Ranchers and Farmers

 

§ 5.3 Native American Struggles

 

9 10 11 12 13  Half Day for Students

§ 5.4 A New Political Force

 

§ Review

 

Revise Progressive Era DBQ Essay

§ Evaluation


The Progressive Era

November 4 through 22

Please note: Most class work (CW) is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted). This chapter is has 2 chapter tests. The first covers sections 1, 2, & 3. The second covers sections 4 and 5. Late work for sections 1, 2, & 3 is due by 8 a.m. Nov. 13. Late work for sections 4 & 5 is due by 8 a.m. Nov. 19.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
4 5 6 7 8

§ Introduction

§ 4.1 Reforms in the Gilded Age

Parent Conferences
Supt. Day
No School
for
Students

§ 4.2 The Progressives

§ 4.3 The Progressives

§ Review 1

 

PDR: 4 Main Ideas 1
4 Vocabulary 1
4 Quizlets 1

CW: 4 Practice Test 1

11 12 13 14 15
Veterans Day
No School
for
Students

§ Review 1

 

PDR: 4 Videos

CW: 4 Practice Test 1

§ Evaluation 1

4 Test Part 1

§ 4.4 Women Win Reforms

§ 4.5 Other Americans Seek Justice

18 19 20 21 22

§ Review 1

 

PDR: 4 Main Ideas 2
4 Vocabulary 2
4 Quizlets 2

CW: 4 Practice Test 2

§ Evaluation 2

4 Test Part 2

§ Writing

 

PDR: DBQ Basics
Sample Outline

CW: DBQ Outside Info

§ Writing

 

CW: 4 DBQ Documents
4 DBQ Essay

§ Writing

 

CW: 4 DBQ Essay

25 26 27 28 29
Mineral Mine
Field Trip

§ Writing

 

CW: 4 DBQ Essay

§ Writing

 

CW: 4 DBQ Essay

Thanksgiving
No School
No School

The Industrial Age

October 18 through October 30

Please note: Class work (CW) is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
14 15 16 17 18
PDR = Presentation, Discussion, & Resources
CW = Class work

§ Introduction

 

PDR: Essential Question
Child Labor Video
3 The Story Matters (Breaker Boys)
Image (Breaker Boys) Text

CW: 3 Intro Forum

21 22 23 24 25

§ 3.1 Railroads Lead the Way

§ 3.2 Inventions Change Society

 

PDR: 3.2. Main Ideas
3.2. Vocabulary

3.2. People
3.2. Text

CW: 3.2 Vocabulary Check
3.2 People Check
3.2 Questions
3 Connecting with Culture

§ 3.3 An Age of Big Business

 

PDR: 3.1. Main Ideas
3.3 Vocabulary

      3.3 People
      3.3 Text

CW: 3.3 Vocabulary Check
3.3 People Check
3.3 Questions
3 Connecting with Economics

§ 3 Writing

Child labor
photographic evidence analysis (part 1)

§ 3.4 Workers in the Industrial Age

 

PDR: 3.4 Main Ideas
3.4 Vocabulary

      3.4 People
      3.4 Text

CW: 3.4 Vocabulary Check
3.4 People Check
3.4 Questions

Begin 3 Practice Test

28 29 30 31 1

§ Review

 

PDR: 3 Main Ideas
3 Vocabulary
3 Quizlets

CW: 3 Practice Test

§ Evaluation

20 Test

§ Wrap Up

3 Wrap Up Forum

§ 3 Writing

Child labor
photographic evidence analysis (part 2)


An Urban Society

October 3 through October 17

Please note: Class work (CW) is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
30 (September) 1 (October) 2 3 4

Rosh Hashanah

No School

Rosh Hashanah

No School

§ Evaluation

Reconstruction Test Feedback

§ Introduction

Video: The Immigrant Experience: The Long Long Journey Home

CW: 2 Intro Forum

§ 2.1 New Immigrants in a Promised Land

2.1 Presentation 

CW. 2.1. Vocabulary Check
2.1 Questions
2 CW Govt. & Citizenship

 

7 8 9 10 11

§ 2.2 An Age of Cities

 

2.2 Presentation

CW: 2.2. Vocabulary Check
2.2 Questions
2 CW Geography

 

§ 2.2 An Age of Cities

Video: Growth, Cities, and Immigration 

CW: 2 Video Questions

 

Yom Kippur

No School

§ 2.3 Life in the Changing Cities

 

 

2.3 Presentation

CW: 2.3. Vocabulary Check
2.3 Questions
2 CW Economics

§ 2.4 Public School and American Cultures

 

 

2.4 Presentation

CW: 2.4. Vocabulary Check
2.4 Questions
2 Practice Test (begin)

14 15 16 17 18
 

Columbus Day
No School

§ Review

2 Review Materials
2 Summaries, 2 Vocabulary,
2 Texts, 2 Quizlets

CW: 2 Practice Test

§ Evaluation

2 Test

§ Wrap Up

CW: 2 Wrap Up Forum
(Time permitting)

§ Wrap Up

CW: 2 Wrap Up Forum

 


The Reconstruction Era

September 6 through October 2

Please note: Class work is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).
Revised 9/27/2019

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2 3 4 5 6

Ch. 1 Reconstruction

§ Introduction

1 Essential & Fundamental Questions

1 The Story Matters

1 Intro Forum

9 10 11 12 13

§ 1.1 Planning Reconstruction

1.1 Presentation (Main Ideas, Summary, and Vocabulary)

1.1 Text

§ 1.1 Planning Reconstruction

1.1 Questions

1.1 Vocabulary Check

1 Primary Source Analysis

§ 1.2 Radicals Take Control

1.2 Presentation (Main Ideas, Summary, and Vocabulary)

1.2 Text

§ 1.2 Radicals Take Control

1.2 Questions

1.2 Vocabulary Check

1 Connecting With Geography

§ 1.3 The South During Reconstruction

1.3 Presentation (Main Ideas, Summary, and Vocabulary)

1.3 Text

16 17 18 19 20

§ 1.3 The South During Reconstruction

1.3 Questions

1.3 Vocabulary Check

1 Connecting With Economics

§ 1.4 The Post Reconstruction Era

1.4 Presentation (Main Ideas, Summary, and Vocabulary)

1.4 Text

§ 1.4 The Post Reconstruction Era

1.4 Questions

1.4 Vocabulary Check

1 Connecting With Science and Technology

1 Practice Test opens

§ Review

Review Presentation

1 Practice Test

§ Review

1 Quizlet

1 Practice Test

23 24 25 26 27

§ Evaluation

1 Test

§ Wrap Up

Wrap Up Forum

§ Written Composition

Types of Essays
Types of Paragraphs
Parts of Paragraphs
Types of Evidence
Using evidence to support your thesis / claim

§ Written Composition

Video

§ Wrap Up

Wrap Up Forum (complete if not already completed)

Students who missed the test Monday will take it today 

§ Written Composition

CW: Reconstruction Writing Assignment

§ Written Composition

CW: Reconstruction Writing Assignment

Due end of class today, ((Grace period ends Saturday, 9/28, 11:59 p.m.)

30 (September) 1 (October) 2 3 4

Rosh Hashanah

No School

Rosh Hashanah

No School

§ Evaluation

Reconstruction Test Feedback

 

 


Syllabus

September 4 & 5

Please note: Class work is expected to be completed by the end of class. However, any unfinished class work, may and must be completed and submitted by 8:00 a.m. the next school day (unless otherwise noted).

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2 3 4 5 6
Labor Day

No School

Syllabus – Agenda

§ About You and this Class

About You Questionnaire

About this Class

First Day Forum

§ Using the Website

About this Site

Practice with different question types