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Christopher Aube

Hello, Welcome to my official Windham High School webpage.  I teach Foundations of World History and Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship in our Social Studies Department.
 

Posts

Week of Jan 4 - 8

Course:  Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship

Academic Group A (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus

Group A Mondays and Wednesdays

Group B Tuesdays and Thursday

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 11:15- 12:30

Friday Virtual Schedule

Period 4 - 9:40 to 10:10 AM

Period 6 - 10:20 to 10:50 


Google Meets Link for the class = https://meet.google.com/apc-afwh-mpk


Office Hours: Available Upon Request


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How does personal finance impact  issues of production, distribution, and consumption in the community.


Standards/PIs:  

Economics: I can apply and evaluate different strategies for managing money and responsible use of credit.

Week of December 7- 11

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Group A: Mondays and Wednesdays

On Campus Group B: Tuesdays and Thursdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05


Virtual Friday Classrooms in Google Meets

Link to class: https://meet.google.com/xri-urmd-mjj


Schedule:

Period 1 -  9:00  to 9:30

Period 3 -  9:40  to 10:10

Period 5 - 10:20 to 10:50


Office Hours: 

Friday 8 to 9 AM and 12:30 to 1:30 PM

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?

Standards/PIs:  

Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.

Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.


 

November 30 to December 4

Week of November 30 - December 4

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Group A: Mondays and Wednesdays

On Campus Group B: Tuesdays and Thursdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05


Virtual Friday Classrooms in Google Meets

Link to class: https://meet.google.com/xri-urmd-mjj


Schedule:

Period 1 -  9:00  to 9:30

Period 3 -  9:40  to 10:10

Period 5 - 10:20 to 10:50


Office Hours: 

Friday 8 to 9 AM and 12:30 to 1:30 PM

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?

Standards/PIs:  

Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.

Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.



Weekly Lessons and Assignment:

GROUP A

GROUP B

Class 4 - River Valley

Ancient Egyptian Culture

 

1. Gimkit Review 

2. Class Discussion and Guided Notes on Egyptian Culture

3. Study Guide Part 1 - DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF EXAM DAY

Remote 4 - River Valley

EdPuzzle - Ancient Egypt (DUE TUESDAY 12/1)

 

 

Remote 4 - River Valley

EdPuzzle - Ancient Egypt (DUE TUESDAY 12/1)

Class 4 - River Valley

Ancient Egyptian Culture

 

1. Gimkit Review 

2. Class Discussion and Guided Notes on Egyptian Culture

3. Study Guide Part 1 - DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF EXAM DAY

In Class 5 - River Valley

Part 1 - Summative Assessment

 

Short Answer Questions Portion of Summative Assessment

(Due on the date of your exam 12/7)

Remote 5 - River Valleys

Study Guide - Part 2

(Due at the start of the Exam on Tuesday 12/8)

Remote 5 - River Valleys

Study Guide - Part 2

(Due at the start of the Exam on Tuesday 12/7)

In Class 5 - River Valley

Part 1 - Summative Assessment

 

Short Answer Questions Portion of Summative Assessment

(Due on the date of your exam 12/8)

 

Remote Class Friday

  • Exam Review 

Link to class: https://meet.google.com/xri-urmd-mjj

Remote Class Friday

  • Exam Review 

Link to class: https://meet.google.com/xri-urmd-mjj



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

November 23 and 24

Week of November 23-24

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic Group A (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?

Standards/PIs:  

Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.

Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.



Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

Due Today


  • Guided Reading - City-States in Mesopotamia with comprehension quiz
  • Mesopotamia Google Form DBQ (Formative) Due Monday Morning

In Class 3 - River Valley Unit

Ancient Egypt

  • Mesopotamia Review
  • Google Slides Notebook - 3 Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt
  •  Class Discussion with Notes - Ancient Egypt

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote 3 - River Valley

1. Google Slide Notebook - Writing Systems


2. Guided Reading with Comprehension Quiz (Pyramids on the Nile)

   
 

 

 

 



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom


Group B

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic Group B (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?


Standards/PIs:  

  • Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.
  • Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote 3 - River Valley

1. Google Slide Notebook - Writing Systems


2. Guided Reading with Comprehension Quiz (Pyramids on the Nile)

Tuesday - On Campus

Due Today


  • Guided Reading - City-States in Mesopotamia with comprehension quiz
  • Mesopotamia Google Form DBQ (Formative) Due Monday Morning

In Class 3 - River Valley Unit

Ancient Egypt

  • Mesopotamia Review
  • Google Slides Notebook - 3 Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt
  •  Class Discussion with Notes - Ancient Egypt
 

 

 

 

 

 




Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

November 16-20

Week of November 16-20

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic Group A (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?

Standards/PIs:  

Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.

Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.



Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

In class - Mesopotamia 1

  • 1. Prehistory Gimkit Flashback
  • 2.  Google Drive - Map of Mesopotamia
  • 3.  Class Discussion and Guided Notes on Traits of a Civilization
  • 4.  Guided Reading:  Civilization Case Study: Ur in Sumer

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Western River Valley Google Notebook Slides - 1

  1. 1. Western RIver Valleys Illustrated Vocabulary
  2. 2. Civilization in Sumerian City-States

Due Wednesday

Wednesday - On Campus

Western River Valley Google Notebook Slides - 1

  1. 1. Western RIver Valleys Illustrated Vocabulary
  2. 2. Civilization in Sumerian City-States

In Class - Lesson 2

1. Class Discussion and Guide Notes - Mesopotamia

2. Western River Valley Google Notebook Slides - 2

  • Hammurabi's Code of Laws


Thursday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote Lesson 2

Guided Reading - City-States in Mesopotamia with comprehension quiz

FRIDAY - Remote

Mesopotamia Google Form DBQ (Formative) Due Monday Morning



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom


Group B

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic Group B (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?


Standards/PIs:  

  • Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.
  • Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Western River Valley Google Notebook Slides 

1. Western RIver Valleys Illustrated Vocabulary

2. Civilization in Sumerian City-States

Due Tuesday

Tuesday - On Campus

Western River Valley Google Notebook Slides - 1. Western RIver Valleys Illustrated Vocabulary

2. Civilization in Sumerian City-States

In class - Mesopotamia 1

1. Prehistory Gimkit Flashback

2.  Google Drive - Map of Mesopotamia

3.  Class Discussion and Guided Notes on Traits of a Civilization

4.  Guided Reading:  Civilization Case Study: Ur in Sumer

Wednesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote Lesson 2

Guided Reading - City-States in Mesopotamia with comprehension quiz (Due Thursday)

Thursday on Campus

Due Guided Reading - City-States in Mesopotamia with comprehension quiz (Due Thursday)

In Class - Lesson 2

1. Class Discussion and Guide Notes - Mesopotamia

2. Western River Valley Google Notebook Slides 

  • Hammurabi's Code of Laws

 

FRIDAY - Remote

Mesopotamia Google Form DBQ (Formative) Due Monday Morning




Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

Week of November 9-13

Week of Nov 9-13

Course:  Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship

Academic Group A (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How do responsible members of a society apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue 


Standards/PIs:  

Civic Engagement: I can describe how people influence government and work for the common good, including voting, writing to legislators,

performing community service, and engaging in civil disobedience


Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

Due Today:


Primary Source: The Federalist Papers #68 with questions


Popular Vote v Electoral College - Research and Write with Buckets

In Class 4: Citizenship

Gimkit Review

 

Citizenship Summative:  Civic Heroism Webquest (Due Friday)

 

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

 

 

Remote 5 - Citizenship

Work on Citizenship Summative

Wednesday - On Campus

Due Today:

 

NO CLASS - Veteran’s Day




Thursday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote 6 - Citizenship

Work on Citizenship Summative



Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote 7: Citizenship

Citizenship Summative - Due Today



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom



Academic Group B (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Tuesdays and Thursdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How do responsible members of a society apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue 


Standards/PIs:  

Civic Engagement: I can describe how people influence government and work for the common good, including voting, writing to legislators,

performing community service, and engaging in civil disobedience


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote 3 - Citizenship

Citizenship Summative: Civic Heroism Webquest (Due Friday)

Tuesday - On Campus

Primary Source: The Federalist Papers #68 with questions


Popular Vote v Electoral College - Research and Write with Buckets



In Class 4: Citizenship

Gimkit Review

 

Work on Civic Heroism Webquest (Due Friday)




Wednesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



No School - Veteran’s Day

 

 




Thursday - On Campus

Due: The Federalist Papers #68 with questions

 


 

In Class 5: CITIZENSHIP

Work on Civic Heroism Webquest (Due Friday)

Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote 6: Citizenship

Citizenship Summative - Due Today



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

Week of November 2

Week of Nov 2-6

Course:  Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship

Academic Group A (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How do responsible members of a society apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue 


Standards/PIs:  

Civic Engagement: I can describe how people influence government and work for the common good, including voting, writing to legislators,

performing community service, and engaging in civil disobedience


Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

Due Today:


Edpuzzle - Electoral College

Handout #3 - How to be an informed voter

In Class 2: Citizenship

Being Engaged and informed continued

 

1. Formative over Remote Day 2

 

2. Complete Citizenship Exam and go over answers

 

3. To Vote or Not to Vote Discussion

 

4. Don't get fooled - Spotting misinformation

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

 

 

Remote 3 - Citizenship

Popular Vote vs Electoral College - 

Complete the First 3 lessons in iCivics packet

 

Due Wednesday

Wednesday - On Campus

Due Today:

  • Popular Vote vs Electoral College - Complete the First 3 lessons in iCivics packet

 

 

In Class 3: CITIZENSHIP

  1. Election Day Recap
  2. WebQuest - Living by the Rules - Due Monday

 




Thursday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote 4: Citizenship

Primary Source: The Federalist Papers #68 with questions



Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote 5: Citizenship

Popular Vote v Electoral College - Research and Write with Buckets



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom



Academic Group B (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Tuesdays and Thursdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How do responsible members of a society apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue 


Standards/PIs:  

Civic Engagement: I can describe how people influence government and work for the common good, including voting, writing to legislators,

performing community service, and engaging in civil disobedience


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote 3 - Citizenship

Popular Vote vs Electoral College - Complete the First 3 lessons in iCivics packet

 

 

Due Tuesday

Tuesday - On Campus

Due: Popular Vote vs Electoral College - Complete the First 3 lessons in iCivics packet

In Class 3: Election Preview



Wednesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote 4: Citizenship

Primary Source: The Federalist Papers #68 with questions

 

 




Thursday - On Campus

Due: The Federalist Papers #68 with questions

 


 

In Class 3: CITIZENSHIP

  1. Election Day Recap
  2. WebQuest - Living by the Rules - Due Tuesday


Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote 5: Citizenship

Popular Vote v Electoral College - Research and Write with Buckets



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

Week of October 26-30

Week of October 26 - 30

Course:  Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship

Academic Group A (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How do responsible members of a society apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue 


Standards/PIs:  

Civic Engagement: I can describe how people influence government and work for the common good, including voting, writing to legislators,

performing community service, and engaging in civil disobedience


Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

Due Today:


Study Guide

In Class 4: Pay and Taxes

  1. Exam on Money Management
  2. Check IC for missing assignment

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

 

 

Remote Lesson 1 - Citizenship

Becoming an Informed Voter

  • Complete the Google Slides Presentation on Evaluating a candidate

Due Wednesday

Wednesday - On Campus

Due Today:

  • Google Slides Presentation on Evaluating a candidate

 

In Class 1: To Vote or Not To Vote

Today's Activities

1. Citizenship Exam

  1. To Vote or not to Vote
    1. Importance of Voting Survey
    2. First time voter Video on Vimeo
    3. Response Questions



Thursday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote Lesson 2:

Get Informed: iCivics Handout


Due Monday

Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Popular Vote vs Electoral College



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom



Academic Group B (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Tuesdays and Thursdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How do responsible members of a society apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue 


Standards/PIs:  

Civic Engagement: I can describe how people influence government and work for the common good, including voting, writing to legislators,

performing community service, and engaging in civil disobedience


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote Lesson 1 - Citizenship

  • Becoming an Informed Voter
  • Complete the Google Slides Presentation on Evaluating a candidate

 

Due Tuesday

Tuesday - On Campus

  • Google Slides Presentation on Evaluating a candidate

 

In Class 1: To Vote or Not To Vote

Today's Activities

1. Citizenship Exam


To Vote or not to Vote

  • Importance of Voting Survey
  • First time voter Video on Vimeo
  • Response Questions



Wednesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote Lesson 2:

  1. Get Informed: iCivics Handout

 

 




Thursday - On Campus

Due:  Get Informed: iCivics Handout

 

In Class 2: Citizenship

 

  1. How do we elect a President? Discussion

Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Popular Vote vs Electoral College



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

October 19-23

Week of October 19 - 23

Course:  Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship

Academic Group A (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How can understanding effective personal finance strategies improve my life and positively impact our national economy.


Standards/PIs:  

Economics:

  • Students will evaluate the different strategies of money management.


Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

Due Today:


EdPuzzles on Budgeting

1. The Real Cost of a Bottle of Water

2. Tips and Techniques for How to Manage Your Money

3. The psychology behind impulse buying

4. 30 Days (assigned Friday)

 

Bummer Game and Reflection Worksheet

In Class 2: Pay and Taxes

  1. Pre-Budget Assessment
  2. Spending Habits Activity - Bell Work
  3. Class Discussion - Pay and Taxes
  4. Pay Stub Worksheet

 

Upon completion of this lesson students will be able to answer:

  • Why don’t I get all of my pay?
  • How are payroll taxes calculated?
  • Do I have any control over the amount of my net pay?
  • Use what you learn today to maximize your pay options.

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

 

 

Remote Lesson 2 - Money Management

Exploring Minimum vs Livable Wage

 

  • Minimum v Living Wage EdPuzzle Lecture and questions
  • Minimum Wage Worksheet

Due Wednesday

Wednesday - On Campus

Due Today:

  • Minimum v Living Wage EdPuzzle Lecture and questions
  • Minimum Wage Worksheet

In Class 3: Developing a Spending Plan

Today's Activities

1. Discuss 30 Days/Remote Lesson 2 (10 mins)

2. Budget Work - Orange (15 mins) 3. Class Discussion:  Developing a Spending Plan (40 minutes)

4. Classifying Expenses - Purple Section




Thursday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Remote Lesson 3:

Study for Monday’s Exam on Money Management

Quizlet posted in Google Classroom


Exam Monday

Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Intro to Unit on Citizenship



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom



Academic Group B (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Tuesdays and Thursdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How can understanding effective personal finance strategies improve my life and positively impact our national economy.


Standards/PIs:  

Economics:

  • Students will evaluate the different strategies of money management.


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote Lesson 2 - Money Management

Exploring Minimum vs Livable Wage

 

  • Minimum v Living Wage EdPuzzle Lecture and questions
  • Minimum Wage Worksheet

Due Tuesday

Tuesday - On Campus

  • Minimum v Living Wage EdPuzzle Lecture and questions
  • Minimum Wage Worksheet

In Class 3: Developing a Spending Plan

Today's Activities

  1. Discuss 30 Days/Remote Lesson 2 (10 mins)
  2. Budget Work - Orange (15 mins) Class Discussion:  Developing a Spending Plan (40 minutes)
  3. Classifying Expenses - Purple Section



Wednesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



Remote Lesson 3:

Study for Tomorrow’s Exam on Money Management

Quizlet posted in Google Classroom

 




Thursday - On Campus

In Class 4: Pay and Taxes

  1. Exam on Money Management
  2. Citizenship Pre-Assessment


Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Intro to Unit on Citizenship



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

Week of October 12-16

Week of October 13 - 16

Course:  Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship - Academic Group A (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How can understanding effective personal finance strategies improve my life and positively impact our national economy.


Standards/PIs:  

Economics:

  • Students will evaluate the different strategies of money management.


Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

No Class - Holiday

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

First Class Meeting is Wednesday 10/14

Wednesday - On Campus

In Class

  1. Go over Class Expectations - Google Classroom
  2. Budgeting Pre Assessment activity
  3. Class Discussion and Guided Notes


Thursday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

EdPuzzles on Budgeting

1. The Real Cost of a Bottle of Water

2. Tips and Techniques for How to Manage Your Money

3. The psychology behind impulse buying

 

Bummer Game and Reflection Worksheet


Due Monday, October 19

Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

A.  Play the interactive game "Spent"

B. Teens and Taxes Worksheet


Due Monday, October 19



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom


Week of October 13 - 16

Course:  Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship - Academic Group B (Periods 4 and 6)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Tuesdays and Thursdays

Period 4: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 6: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Economics: How can understanding effective personal finance strategies improve my life and positively impact our national economy.


Standards/PIs:  

Economics:

  • Students will evaluate the different strategies of money management.


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



No Class - Holiday

Tuesday - On Campus

In Class

  1. Go over Class Expectations - Google Classroom
  2. Budgeting Pre Assessment activity
  3. Class Discussion and Guided Notes


Wednesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom



EdPuzzles on Budgeting

1. The Real Cost of a Bottle of Water

2. Tips and Techniques for How to Manage Your Money

3. The psychology behind impulse buying

 

Bummer Game and Reflection Worksheet


Due Thursday, October 15




Thursday - On Campus

In Class 2: Pay and Taxes

1. Spending Habits Activity - Bell Work

2. Class Discussion - Pay and Taxes

3. Pay Stub Worksheet

 

Upon completion of this lesson students will be able to answer:

  • Why don’t I get all of my pay?
  • How are payroll taxes calculated?
  • Do I have any control over the amount of my net pay?
  • Use what you learn today to maximize your pay options.


Friday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

A.  Play the interactive game "Spent"

B. Teens and Taxes Worksheet


Due Tuesday, October  20



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom

October 5th through 8th

Week of October 5 - 8


Group A

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic Group A (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?



Standards/PIs:  

  • Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.
  • Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.


Student Assignments:

Monday - On Campus

Due Today:

     Guided Reading - Human Try to Control Nature

    1. Reading Comprehension Quiz


In Class

Formative Assessment

  1. Gimkit for grade

Prepare for Summative Assessment on Prehistory.

  1. Gimkit
  2. Quizlet
  3. Prep for Short Answer Questions

Tuesday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Study for exam

Wednesday - On Campus

In Class

Prehistory Summative Assessment

Thursday - Remote Learning posted in Google Classroom

Today is a “catch-up” day. We will be switching to even classes next week.  Use today to check Infinite Campus and finish any missing work



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom


Group B

Course: Foundations of World History - Academic Group B (Period 1, 3 and 5)

Course Schedule: 

On Campus Mondays and Wednesdays

Period 1: 8:10 - 9:25

Period 3: 9:30 - 10:45

Period 5: 10:50 - 12:05

Office Hours: 

Friday 10 to Noon in Google Meet

Google Meet Link:  https://meet.google.com/qru-dxeh-roa


Essential Questions:  

Science and Technology: How do new discoveries and inventions change the way

people live?



Standards/PIs:  

  • Students will identify and analyze forces of continuity and change over time.
  • Students will trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.


Student Assignments:

Monday - Remote Learning posted Sunday morning in Google Classroom



Google Classroom


 Guided Reading - Human Try to Control Nature

  • Reading Comprehension Quiz

Due Tuesday

 

 



Tuesday - On Campus

Due Today:

     Guided Reading - Human Try to Control Nature

    1. Reading Comprehension Quiz



In Class

Formative Assessment

  1. Gimkit for grade

Prepare for Summative Assessment on Prehistory.

  1. Gimkit
  2. Quizlet
  3. Prep for Short Answer Questions

Wednesday - Remote Learning posted at 8am in Google Classroom

Study for exam

Thursday - On Campus

Due Today:

1.Guided Reading - Human Origins in Africa

  1. Reading Comprehension Quiz

2.  Google Notebook Slides

  1. Archaeology
  2. Hominids of the Paleolithic Age

In Class

Prehistory Summative Assessment


Even classes start next week.  Check Infinite Campus and complete any missing assignments.



Links/Resources: All daily class lessons, assignments, and lecture notes will be posted in Google Classroom