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As an alumni ('15) from Windham, I could not be more excited to be back and teaching in my home district!  I am from Raymond, and attended Raymond Elementary School, Jordan-Small Middle School, then Windham High School.  Post-High School I attended Saint Joseph's College of Maine where I received my undergrad in History and Secondary Education.  I played golf, and was an assistant with the mens basketball team at SJC during my time there.  2019 is my first year as a professional educator, and I could not be more excited to get working with the amazing students we have within our district!  Please feel free to email me at; nestey@grsu14.org
 

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Week of 1/4--1/8

Weekly Planning Template 1/4—1/8

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: We will be continuing our unit on the Renaissance and Reformation that we started before our transition back to odd classes.  Students will be working on the following assignments: Renaissance Reading + Questions, Renaissance DBQ, Reformation DBQ, Martin Luther WS. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: We will be continuing our unit on the Renaissance and Reformation that we started before our transition back to odd classes.  Students will be working on the following assignments: Renaissance Reading + Questions, Renaissance DBQ, Reformation DBQ, Martin Luther WS. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort A

Course Schedule: M-W

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments this week as we start our Gilded Age and Great Depression Economic unit: Labor Struggles WS, Industrial Revolution Vocab, Industrial Revolution WS, Railroads DBQ.    

Links/Resources:  https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort B

Course Schedule: T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments this week as we start our Gilded Age and Great Depression Economic unit: Labor Struggles WS, Industrial Revolution Vocab, Industrial Revolution WS, Railroads DBQ.    

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

                               https://sites.google.com/view/ushistorycivilrightsclassguide/home

 

Week of 12/14-- 12/22

Weekly Planning Template 12/14—12/22

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments this week, and up to holiday break: King Louis’s Assassination WS, Napoleon DBQ, French Revolution Reading + Questions, Reign of Terror DBQ      

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments this week, and up to holiday break: King Louis’s Assassination WS, Napoleon DBQ, French Revolution Reading + Questions, Reign of Terror DBQ     

Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future?

Student Assignments:  Students will be working on the following for this week, and for our two days of school next week before holiday break: World Religions Organizer, World Religions Review Sheet, Powerpoint/Lecture over 5 major world religions, Test over World Religions

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx

Week of 12/7-- 12/12

Weekly Planning Template 11/16—11/22

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 Student Assignments: Students will be finishing up any missing assignments from our Enlightenment Unit.  Students will be assessed on our Enlightenment unit Mon/Tues of this week.  We will introduce our French Revolution unit on Wednesday/Thursday of this week.      

 Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

 Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

 Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

 Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 Student Assignments: Students will be finishing up any missing assignments from our Enlightenment Unit.  Students will be assessed on our Enlightenment unit Mon/Tues of this week.  We will introduce our French Revolution unit on Wednesday/Thursday of this week.      

 Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

 Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future.

Student Assignments:  Students will be introduced to our World’s Religion unit this week.  Assignments include, Religion Vocab, What is Religion reading + reading questions, and an introductory to Judaism assignment on Thursday.  As always, all work will be communicated and update on google classroom. 

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx

 

 

 

 

           

Week of 11/30-12/4

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments out of class for this week: Enlightened Thinkers Mini-Project, Enlightened Thinkers Test Review, Studying for Enlightened Thinker’s Test    

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments out of class for this week: Enlightened Thinkers Mini-Project, Enlightened Thinkers Test Review, Studying for Enlightened Thinker’s Test   

Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future.

Student Assignments:  Students will be introduced to our new Ancient Egypt Unit starting this week.  The assignments that they will receive this week include: Period/Time Frames of Ancient Egypt, Egyptian Graphic Organizer, Test Review Ancient Egypt.  Students will be finishing up our Ancient Egypt unit this week, and we will be assessing at the end of this week/beginning of next week. 

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx

 

 

Week of 11/16-- 11/22

Weekly Planning Template 11/16—11/22

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments out of class for this week: Enlightenment Vocab, Enlightenment Scenario Packet, Enlightenment Thinkers Organizer, Enlightened Thinkers mini-project.  Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

 

Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on the following assignments out of class for this week: Enlightenment Vocab, Enlightenment Scenario Packet, Enlightenment Thinkers Organizer, Enlightened Thinkers mini-project.    

Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

 

Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future.

Student Assignments:  Students will be introduced to our new Ancient Egypt Unit starting this week.  The assignments that they will receive this week include: Watching a crash course video over Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egypt Vocab, Ancient Egypt Reading + Questions, Ancient Egypt Graphic Organizer, Periods of Egypt with Time Frames, Egypt DBQ.  Some of these will roll into next week depending on how far we get with our direct instruction for class on Tuesday. 

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx

Week of 11/9

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on two assignments throughout this week.  Their last class for this rotation is Monday.  Both assignments will be due by Friday.  One is a vocab/reading assignment regarding our Renaissance unit, and the other is a DBQ on Humanism. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on two assignments throughout this week.  Their last class for this rotation is Thursday.  Both assignments will be due by Friday.  One is a vocab/reading assignment regarding our Renaissance unit, and the other is a DBQ on Humanism. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort A

Course Schedule: M-W

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be finishing up their last few assignments for this rotation.  Their last class for this rotation will be Monday.  Students will have by Friday to submit a pre-reading to our Black American civil rights unit, as well as their essential questions (summative) for the same unit.  Students will have Monday in class to receive help and ask questions on both assignments, and will have the week to finish them. 

Links/Resources:  https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort B

Course Schedule: T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be finishing up their last few assignments for this rotation.  Their last class for this rotation will be Thursday.  Students will have by Friday to submit a pre-reading to our Black American civil rights unit, as well as their essential questions (summative) for the same unit.  Students will have Tuesday and Thursday in class to receive help and ask questions on both assignments, and will have the week to finish them (due Friday). 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

                               https://sites.google.com/view/ushistorycivilrightsclassguide/home

Week of 11/2-11/8

Weekly Planning Template 11/2—11/8

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be assessed on the constitution and declaration of Independence on Monday.  They will then be assigned the following to be completed throughout the week, and will be due on Monday: Renaissance/Reformation Vocab, Renaissance Reading + Questions, Reformation Reading + Questions.  The expectation is that students will be working on those Tuesday/Thursday.  I will be introducing our upcoming unit in class on Wednesday.    

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

 

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be finishing up their constitution DBQ, and review sheet.  They will receive the rest of class notes during our remote instruction day on Tuesday.  They will be studying and reviewing for their constitution and declaration of independence test on Wednesday.  They will be assessed on Thursday, and given assignments to work on over the weekend/Monday. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort A

Course Schedule: M-W

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will be working on answering three essential questions related to our Women’s Right’s Unit.  They will need to include three sources for each question.  Students should be working on their research and answers outside of class as well as the time allotted in class.  This assessment will be due on Wednesday at the beginning of class.  Students will also be assigned an in-depth reading with corresponding reading questions regarding Black American Civil Rights. 

Links/Resources:  https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

https://sites.google.com/view/ushistorycivilrightsclassguide/home

 

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort B

Course Schedule: T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students should have submitted their summative regarding our women’s rights in America unit on Thursday.  Students were given an in-depth background reading to black American rights to complete for class on Tuesday.  Tuesday we will introduce their summative assessment for the black American rights mini-unit and will give students time to work on it Tuesday and Thursday in class.  That summative will be due on Tuesday 11/9

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

                               https://sites.google.com/view/ushistorycivilrightsclassguide/home

Week of 10/25-- 10/31

Weekly Planning Template 10/26—10/30

 

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group A + B

 

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

 

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Constitution Scavenger Hunt, Constitution + Declaration Review.  We will be finishing our class discussion and notes this week.  Students will be given an assessment over the founding documents either at the end of this week, or the beginning of next week, depending how far we get Mon/Tues. 

 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

 

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort A

 

Course Schedule: M-W

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

 

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 

 

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They will include: United States Map Quiz on Monday.  Students will then be working on answering three essential questions related to our Women’s Right’s Unit.  They will need to include three sources for each question.  Students should be working on their research and answers outside of class as well as the time allotted in class. 

 

Links/Resources:  https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

 

 

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort B

 

Course Schedule: T-TH

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

 

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They will include: Continuing to work on their three essential questions for our Women’s Rights unit.  This assignment will be due on Tuesday.  We will then proceed to work on our civil rights unit on Tuesday, with an introduction to Black American’s History and civil rights unit on Thursday. 

 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

                               https://sites.google.com/view/ushistorycivilrightsclassguide/home

 

 

 

 

Week of 10/19-10/25

Weekly Planning Template 10/19-10/23

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Constitution Scavenger Hunt, Constitution + Declaration Review, finishing up: Freedom Free-Write, Declaration Worksheet, Getting to Know You. Test over the constitution on Tuesday of next week for Cohort B, Wednesday of next week for Cohort A. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort A

Course Schedule: M-W

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They will include: Getting to know you assignment, United States map practice, and understanding the essential questions. 

Links/Resources:  https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Cohort B

Course Schedule: T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They will include: Unit on Women’s Rights questions.  Students will be answering the first three essential questions of our unit using primary and secondary sources to back up their answers.  This week’s focus will be on women’s rights. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

                               https://sites.google.com/view/ushistorycivilrightsclassguide/home

 

 

 

 

Weekly Planning 10/13-10/17

Weekly Planning Template 10/13-10/16

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 4 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Opening Free-Write, Declaration of Independence Assignment, Constitution Scavenger Hunt, Getting to Know you questions.

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzU0

 

Course/Period/Group: United States History Academic Period 6 Group A+B

Course Schedule: M-W/T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

What causes prejudice and/or discrimination?

How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society?

How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Is it important that a political system meet the needs of all people?

How does a nation create an environment where discrimination may become acceptable?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They will include: Getting to know you assignment, United States map practice, and understanding the essential questions. 

Links/Resources:  https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0Mzg0

 

 

Weekly Plan 10/5--10/11

Weekly Planning Template 10/5—10/11

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will only be expected to be working on their summative assessments this week, which are due on Friday, 10/9.  There is also the expectation that they are working on any late work as well, as we switch to the next cohort on Monday. 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

Student Assignments: Students will only be expected to be working on their summative assessments this week, which are due on Friday, 10/9.  There is also the expectation that they are working on any late work as well, as we switch to the next cohort on Monday. 

Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future?

Student Assignments:  Students will be working on their review sheet for their upcoming assessment over our Early River Valley’s and Ancient Mesopotamia unit.  They will work on a review sheet Mon/Tuesday and will be assessed on Wednesday 10/7.  Students will also be expected to catch up and pass in any late work that they may have accumulated throughout the quarter.  

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx

 

 

 

 

           

Weekly Plan 9/28-10/4

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

 

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

 

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Renaissance/Humanism DBQ, Martin Luther Worksheet, Reformation DBQ.  Students will also be responsible for reviewing class discussions and notes. 

 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

 

Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

 

Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

 

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Renaissance/Humanism DBQ, Martin Luther Worksheet, Reformation DBQ.  Students will also be responsible for reviewing class discussions and notes. 

 

Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

 

Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

 

Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

 

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future.

 

Student Assignments:  Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily, they include: Khan Academy Reading + Questions, Vocabulary Assignment over Ancient Mesopotamia and the Early River Valley Situations, Reading + Questions over Ancient Mesopotamia, Crash Course Video + Questions regarding Early River Valley civilizations. 

 

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx

 

Weekly Plan 9/21- 9/28

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

 

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

 

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Review for Summative Assessment 1.  Students will be taking their first summative assessment over the constitution and declaration of independence on Wednesday/Thursday.  Monday and Tuesday will be used as a review and to finish up notes and discussions.   

 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

 

Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

 

Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

 

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 

Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Review for Summative Assessment 1.  Students will be taking their first summative assessment over the constitution and declaration of independence on Wednesday/Thursday.  Monday and Tuesday will be used as a review and to finish up notes and discussions.   

 

Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

 

Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

 

Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 

Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

 

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future.

 

Student Assignments:  Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily, they include: Geography and Map Review Sheet, Introduction to River Valley’s reading and vocabulary assignments.  Students will have their first summative assessment over the geography and map unit we started the year off with on Wednesday.  Thursday will be an introduction to our early civilizations, pre-history, and river valleys unit. 

 

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx

Week of 9/14-- 9/20

Course/Period/Group: Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 1 Group A + B

Course Schedule: M-W/ T-TH

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards:  Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Opening Free-Write, Declaration of Independence Assignment, Constitution Scavenger Hunt, Getting to Know you questions.

 Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzMzg1

 

 

Course/Period/Group:  Revolutionary Ideas Academic Period 7 Group A + B

 Course Schedule:  M-W/ T-Th

 Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 Essential Questions:

            What does it mean to be free?

            What role does individual freedom play in a society?

            How has individual freedom evolved throughout modern history?

            How important is individual freedom in a modern society?

Standards: Students will apply and understand the ideals and purposes of the founding documents and the principles, structures and function of the constitutional government of the United States in comparison to other forms of government and political systems in the world.

 Student Assignments: Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily; They include: Opening Free-Write, Declaration of Independence Assignment, Constitution Scavenger Hunt, Getting to Know you questions.

 Link/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5Nzc3NDU0MzI1

 

Course/Period/Group: Foundations of World History Academic Period 5

 Course Schedule: Mon-Thurs

 Office Hours: Friday 10-12

 Essential Questions:

How does Geography shape the way people interact?

How do the five themes of Geography shape societies?

Standards: Students will analyze the physical, human, and environmental geography of Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world to evaluate the interdependent relationships and challenges facing human systems in the past, present, and future.

Student Assignments:  Assignments will be uploaded and listed on google classroom daily, they include: Five Themes of Geography graphic organizer, getting to know you, five themes of geography reading and questions, Junior Scholastic Map Practice

 

Link Resources: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTU5NzcwNDAzNDAx