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MONDAY, Oct. 7 IN L104. A1 ACADEMIC US HISTORY Announcement (click “video” on remote control) A2: PLANNING A3: Titan Time in Aud.(B-LUNCH) Meet students in L104 after lunch to help them with whatever they need. I suggest that they work on ch.5-8 to prepare for the test

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monday oct 7 in l104
MONDAY, Oct. 7 IN L104
  • A1 ACADEMIC US HISTORY
  • Announcement (click “video” on remote control)
  • A2: PLANNING
  • A3: Titan Time in Aud.(B-LUNCH)
  • Meet students in L104 after lunch to help them with whatever they need.
    • I suggest that they work on ch.5-8 to prepare for the test
    • They can go online to practice quizzes (see my website on DHS site)
    • Have students write name down so I know who was there
  • A4: AP US HISTORY
please
Please…
  • Leave the folder in my cabinet at the end of each day. I will not be at school until next week.
  • The pledge of allegiance: It is not mandatory due to the First Amendment.
    • It’s voluntary without pressure. You will hear students say “under god”, “under gods”, or “under the constitution”
  • Take attendance during the first 15 minutes and let the main office know who is absent for each period
  • My notes (for 3 contents) on powerpoint: please go to this link to get them: http://wp.me/s373SG-94
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Oct 7Obj.VUS 5b: identify the major compromises necessary to produce the Constitution, and the roles of James Madison and George Washington

  • BR: Write three factors that led to American victory during the Revolution (10 minutes)
  • Notes: VUS 5b (15min.)
  • Book Work in class: 5.1#1 + 5.2#2 (35min.)
    • Silent and independent work
    • Turn in work
  • La Amistad (at 1:05:00)
    • 30 min.
  • HW: none

Academic US History

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October 7/8Obj 8.1 Explain TJ’s view on tax, army, farmers & identify his career, talents, and his controversyObj 8.2 Explain the explosive issues pertaining to Burr, Quids, trade/impressment, Embargo Act, Peaceable & Coercion, & Tecumseh

BR: Describe the emergence of the market economy in the young republic by 1800; What’s republican motherhood?

15 min.

Students share homework: ch.8 Focus Questions

Share with partner; see teacher if answers are different from each other.

10 min.

Lecture 8.2: Gathering Storm before 1812

35 min.

La Amistad (30 minutes)

HW: outline 8 & Quiz8; research paper due Nov.22

AP US History Agenda

tuesday oct 8 in l104
Tuesday, OCT.8 IN L104
  • 5B ACADEMIC US HISTORY
  • Clubhouse: take attendance
    • (click video on remote control)
    • Pledge is optional
    • See next door teacher if you have questions
  • 6B: PLANNING
  • 7B: WORLD OF IDEAS (C-LUNCH)
  • 8B: AP US HISTORY
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Oct 8Obj.VUS 5b: identify the major compromises necessary to produce the Constitution, and the roles of James Madison and George Washington

  • BR: Write three factors that led to American victory during the Revolution (10 minutes)
  • Notes: VUS 5b (15min.)
  • Book Work in class: 5.1#1 + 5.2#2 (35min.)
    • Silent and independent work
    • Turn in work
  • La Amistad (at 1:05:00)
    • 30 min.
  • HW: none

Academic US History

slide7

Oct 08 Obj 2D: Describe the various views of existential thinkers and determine whether or not the focus on existence helps to address the question of “reality.”

  • BR: p. 481 differentiate these terms: determinism, fatalism, predestination; answer question “Are we free or determined” (students have Kessler 11 notes)
  • Lecture: Sartre
  • Group: Indentify some common social types that form your own experience. What social type are you? Is it possible to be both a social type and an authentic self.
  • Movie Matrix: What does the movie director say about consciousness and reality?
  • HW: Project due Oct. 22
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October 7/8Obj 8.1 Explain TJ’s view on tax, army, farmers & identify his career, talents, and his controversyObj 8.2 Explain the explosive issues pertaining to Burr, Quids, trade/impressment, Embargo Act, Peaceable & Coercion, & Tecumseh

BR: Describe the emergence of the market economy in the young republic by 1800; What’s republican motherhood?

15 min.

Students share homework: ch.8 Focus Questions

Share with partner; see teacher if answers are different from each other.

10 min.

Lecture 8.2: Gathering Storm before 1812

35 min.

La Amistad (30 minutes)

HW: outline 8 & Quiz8; research paper due Nov.22

AP US History Agenda

wednesday oct 9 in l104
Wednesday, OCT. 9 IN L104
  • A1 ACADEMIC US HISTORY
  • Clubhouse: Announcement (click video on remote control)
  • A2: PLANNING
  • A3: Titan Time in Aud.(B-LUNCH)
    • Meet students in L104 after lunch to help them with whatever they need.
    • I suggest that they work on ch.5-8 to prepare for the test
    • They can go online to practice quizzes (see my website on DHS site)
    • Have students write name down so I know who was there
  • A4: AP US HISTORY
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Oct 9 Obj.5.c: examining the significance of the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom in the framing of the Bill of Rights

  • BR: List 5 weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
  • Notes VUS5c
  • Book Work in class: Read 5.2
    • Do 5.2#1; 5.2#2
    • Turn in work
  • La Amistad
  • HW: none

Academic US History

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October 9Obj 8.3 Identify 4 major events pertaining to the War of 1812Obj 8.4 Explain American nationalism in terms of J Madison’s view, J Marshall’s, MO Compromise, Monroe’s Foreign Policy, & Monroe Doctrine

BR: Explain the political, economic, and social consequences of the War of 1812

Quiz 8 postponed until next class

Lecture 8.4: American Nationalism

La Amistad (30 min.)

HW: Quiz 8 next class

AP US History Agenda

thursday oct 10 in l104
Thursday, OCT. 10 IN L104
  • 5B ACADEMIC US HISTORY
  • 6B: PLANNING
  • 7B: WORLD OF IDEAS (C-LUNCH)
  • 8B: AP US HISTORY
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Oct 10 Obj.5.c: examining the significance of the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom in the framing of the Bill of Rights

  • BR: List 5 weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
  • Notes VUS5c
  • Book Work in class: Read 5.2
    • Do 5.2#1; 5.2#2
    • Turn in work
  • La Amistad
  • HW: none

Academic US History

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Oct 10 Obj: Evaluate the ways in which science, philosophy, and religions explain the origins and workings of existence.
  • BR: Read the history of the pledge. Answer the following question using quotes from the reading
    • How would Kierkegaard and Sartre respond to the pledge?
    • Is it compatible with the first amendment’s “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion … .”
  • Finish notes on Satre
  • Group discussion: What is worse? absence of God or silence of God?
  • Matrix
  • HW: work on project
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October 10Obj 8.3 Identify 4 major events pertaining to the War of 1812Obj 8.4 Explain American nationalism in terms of J Madison’s view, J Marshall’s, MO Compromise, Monroe’s Foreign Policy, & Monroe Doctrine

BR: Explain the political, economic, and social consequences of the War of 1812

Quiz 8 postponed until next class

Lecture 8.4: American Nationalism

La Amistad

HW: Quiz 8 next class

AP US History Agenda

friday oct 11 in l104
Friday, OCT. 11 IN L104
  • A1 ACADEMIC US HISTORY
  • A2: PLANNING
  • A3: Titan Time in Aud.(B-LUNCH)
  • Meet students in L104 after lunch to help them with whatever they need.
  • I suggest that they work on ch.5-8 to prepare for the test
  • They can go online to practice quizzes (see my website on DHS site)
  • Have students write name down so I know who was there
  • A4: AP US HISTORY
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Oct. 11Obj.VUS 5d: assess the arguments of Federalists and Anti-Federalists during the ratification debates and their relevance to political debate today

  • BR: What is the Three-Fifths Compromise?
  • Notes VUS 5d
  • Activity: read & do alone; then share in small groups
    • Read the annotated VA statue of Religious Freedom http://www.vahistorical.org/sva2003/vsrf.htm
    • Fill out “Written Document Analysis Worksheets”
  • La Amistad or president video (starts w/ GW)
  • HW: none

Academic US History

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Oct. 11/15Obj 5-8: Explain political, social, economic nationalism as well as foreign policy after War of 1812

BR: Explain the Alien & Sedition Acts & its significance; What’s Marbury vs. Madison

DBQ Lecture (blog)

Review video: GW-Adam

La Amistad

HW: test 5-8 on Oct. 18/21

AP US History Agenda