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Hello, my name is Brandon Champion and welcome to my WHS Homepage.
 

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Foundations of World History (1/4-1/15)

Course: (Per. 2) Foundations of World History (Academic) 

Course Schedule: Cohort A = M-W /Cohort B = T-R

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential Questions:  How did geography impact development of Ancient Greece? Why did the Greeks transition to democracy as its form of government? What are the similarities and differences between Greek religion and modern-day religion?

 

Standards/PIs: Students will:

  • identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions. 
  • identify major historical eras, turning points and enduring themes. 
  • identify the reasons why change does or does not occur.

Student Assignments: 

  • Greece Geography
    • DUE: (Cohort A: 1/6 - Cohort B: 1/7)
  • Greek Democracy Interactive Google Slides
    • DUE: (Cohort A: 1/11 - Cohort B: 1/12)
  • Daily Life of Ancient Greece Webquest
    • DUE (Cohort A: 1/13 - Cohort B: 1/14)
  • Greek Religion & Mythology (Google slides and docs)
  • Greek Wars 
  • Golden Age of Greece
  • Alexander the Great 

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

 

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom



Per: 4 and 6 Foundations of World History (Standard) Weekly Plan Oct. 12 - Nov. 5

Course:  Foundations of World History (Standard) Group A

Course Schedule: M-W

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history and our everyday lives? How did early hunting and gathering humans evolve into a civilization?

Standards/PIs:  Students will:

  • identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions. 
  • identify major historical eras, turning points and enduring themes. 
  • identify the reasons why change does or does not occur.

Student Assignments: Review 5 Themes of Geography, Chapter 1 Summary & Questions on Early Humans.

UNIT COMPLETED BY WEDNESDAY, Nov. 4

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom



Course:  Foundations of World History (Standard) Group B

Course Schedule: T-Thr

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history and our everyday lives? How did early hunting and gathering humans evolve into a civilization?

Standards/PIs:  Students will:

  • identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions. 
  • identify major historical eras, turning points and enduring themes. 
  • identify the reasons why change does or does not occur.

Student Assignments: Review 5 Themes of Geography, Chapter 1 Summary & Questions on Early Humans.

UNIT COMPLETED BY THURSDAY, Nov. 5

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom

Period 2

Course: (Per. 2) Foundations of World History (Academic) Group A 

 

Course Schedule: M-W 

 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

 

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history impact the development of early humans and the early river valley civilizations?

 

Standards/PIs:  Students will identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions.  Students can describe historical eras, turning points, and enduring themes. I can describe the reasons why change does or does not occur.

 

Student Assignments: Chapter 1 Early Humans and Chapter 2 River Valley Civilizations

 

UNIT COMPLETED BY FRIDAY NOV. 13

 

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

 

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom





Course: (Per. 2) Foundations of World History (Academic) Group B 

 

Course Schedule: M-W 

 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

 

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history impact the development of early humans and the early river valley civilizations?

Standards/PIs:  Students will identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions. Students can describe historical eras, turning points, and enduring themes. I can describe the reasons why change does or does not occur.

 

Student Assignments: Chapter 1 Early Humans and Chapter 2 River Valley Civilizations

 

UNIT COMPLETED BY FRIDAY NOV. 13



ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

 

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom



Per. 2: World History (Academic) Weekly Plan Oct. 12-22

Course: (Per. 2) Foundations of World History (Academic) Group A 

Course Schedule: M-W 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history and our everyday lives?

Standards/PIs:  Students will identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions.

Student Assignments: 5 Themes of Geography, Map Skills: Globes & Hemispheres, Longitude & Latitude, Direction & Distance, Political & Economic, Scale, Population, Continents & Oceans

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom

 
 

Course: (Per. 2) Foundations of World History Group A 

Course Schedule: M-W 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history and our everyday lives?

Standards/PIs:  Students will identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions.

Student Assignments: 5 Themes of Geography, Map Skills: Globes & Hemispheres, Longitude & Latitude, Direction & Distance, Political & Economic, Scale, Population, Continents & Oceans

UNIT COMPLETED BY WEDNESDAY, Oct. 7

 

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

 

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom

WORLD HISTORY (STANDARD) WEEKLY PLAN SEPT. 14 - OCT.8

Course:  Foundations of World History (Standard) Group A

Course Schedule: M-W

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history and our everyday lives?

Standards/PIs:  Students will identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions.

Student Assignments & Due Dates: Assignments will begin in class the day before it is due.

Map Skills: Globes & Hemispheres, 5 Themes of Geography (9/17)

Map Skills: Continents & Oceans, Direction & Distance (9/25)

Map Skills: Political & Economic, Scale, Population (10/1)

Map Skills: Historical, Comparing Map Types (10/8)

UNIT COMPLETED BY WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom



Course:  Foundations of World History (Standard) Group B

Course Schedule: T-Thr

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential Questions:  How does geography impact history and our everyday lives?

Standards/PIs:  Students will identify the physical, human and environmental geography of various regions.

Student Assignments & Due Dates: Assignments will be posted on Monday's and completed by the end of class on Thursdays.

Map Skills: Globes & Hemispheres, 5 Themes of Geography (9/17)

Map Skills: Continents & Oceans, Direction & Distance (9/25)

Map Skills: Political & Economic, Scale, Population (10/1)

Map Skills: Historical, Comparing Map Types (10/8)

UNIT COMPLETED BY THURSDAY, Oct. 8

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom

SPFC WEEKLY PLAN SEPT. 28 - OCT. 8

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Civics Group A 

Course Schedule: M-W 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential QuestionsWhy is it important to have a checking and savings account? What are the different types of saving?  How do I invest for the future?

Standards/PIs:   I can apply and evaluate complex strategies for managing money and responsible use of credit.

Student Assignments: CompleteNext Generation Personal Finance” GoogleDocs:

Checking Basics & Savings Basics (DUE 10/5)

CHECKING & SAVINGS EXAM (10/7)

UNIT COMPLETED BY WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom



Course: Senior Personal Finance and Civics Group B 

Course Schedule: T-TH 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential QuestionsWhy is it important to have a checking and savings account? What are the different types of saving?  How do I invest for the future?

Standards/PIs:   I can apply and evaluate complex strategies for managing money and responsible use of credit.

Student Assignments: CompleteNext Generation Personal Finance” GoogleDocs:

Checking Basics & Savings Basics (DUE 10/6)

CHECKING & SAVINGS EXAM (10/8)

UNIT COMPLETED BY WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom



SPFC WEEKLY PLAN SEPT. 14-24

 

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Civics Group A 

Course Schedule: M-W 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential QuestionsHow do I develop the appropriate skills to be prepared to enter the workforce?  How do I pay for college?

Standards/PIs:   I can apply and evaluate complex strategies for managing money and responsible use of credit.

Student Assignments: CompleteNext Generation Personal Finance” GoogleDoc: (9/14 & 9/16) Entering the Workforce, (9/21 & 9/23) Paying for College

UNIT COMPLETED BY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom


Course: Senior Personal Finance and Civics Group B 

Course Schedule: T-TH 

Office Hours: 12-1 PM

Essential QuestionsHow do I develop the appropriate skills to be prepared to enter the workforce?  How do I pay for college?

Standards/PIs:   I can apply and evaluate complex strategies for managing money and responsible use of credit.

Student Assignments: CompleteNext Generation Personal Finance” GoogleDoc: (9/15 & 9/17) Entering the Workforce, (9/22 & 9/24) Paying for College

UNIT COMPLETED BY THURSDAY, SEPT. 24

ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS AND POSTED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM.

Links/Resources: Assignments and instructions are on Google Classroom