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Mr. Lambek's Page

Welcome to my school web page.  My name is Dom Lambek and I've been teaching social studies at WHS since 2007.
 
At the beginning of each week, I will be posting a weekly plan for each of my classes.  The weekly plans will appear in the stream just below.  This weekly plan will include learning targets, assignments, and due dates.  For parents and guardians, if you want these weekly updates to be emailed to you, please click "Subscribe" below my photo on this page.
 
In class, I use Google Classroom to post materials and resources related to each lesson.  Students will enroll in these Google Classrooms at the beginning of the course. 

Please email me at dlambek@rsu14.org with any questions.

 

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Week of March 1-5

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:   Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can adjust my budget by analyzing different types of spending. 

Civic Engagement: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the rights, duties, and responsibilities of a citizen, including voting and the electoral process

Student Assignments: Money Management Unit Test (Monday); Salary-Based Budget Project (Due by end of the day on Friday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can adjust my budget by analyzing different types of spending. Civic Engagement: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the rights, duties, and responsibilities of a citizen, including voting and the electoral process

Student Assignments: Money Management Unit Test (Tuesday); Salary-Based Budget Project (Due by end of day next Monday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: LBJ’s “Great Society” speech analysis (Due by Wednesday); Unit summative assessment (Due by end of the day on Friday).

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments:  LBJ’s “Great Society” speech analysis (Due by Thursday); Unit summative assessment (Due by end of the day next Monday).

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of February 22-26

 

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:   Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can adjust my budget by analyzing different types of spending

Student Assignments: “Living Paycheck to Paycheck” Interactive Questions (Due by Wednesday). Minimum Wage vs. Living Wage (Due by Thursday). Prepare for unit assessment next Monday.

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can adjust my budget by analyzing different types of spending

Student Assignments: “Living Paycheck to Paycheck” Interactive Questions (Due by Thursday). Minimum Wage vs. Living Wage (Due by Friday). Prepare for unit assessment next Tuesday.

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Herbert Hoover video notes/written response (Due by Tuesday); “FDR and the New Deal” reading questions (Due by Wednesday); LBJ’s “Great Society” speech analysis (Due by next Monday).

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Herbert Hoover video notes/written response (Due by Wednesday); “FDR and the New Deal” reading questions (Due by Thursday); LBJ’s “Great Society” speech analysis (Due by next Tuesday).

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of February 8-12

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can navigate the different parts of the income tax process.

Student Assignments: “Should they file taxes?” activity; Tax forms and their purpose - matching activity (Due by Wednesday). Calculate: Completing your 1040 (Due Monday after vacation)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can navigate the different parts of the income tax process.

Student Assignments: “Should they file taxes?” activity; Tax forms and their purpose - matching activity (Due by Thursday). Calculate: Completing your 1040 (Due Tuesday after vacation)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Herbert Hoover video notes/written response (Due by Wednesday); Programs of the New Deal - Program Advertisement (Due by Monday after vacation)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Herbert Hoover video notes/written response (Due by Thursday); Programs of the New Deal - Program Advertisement (Due by Tuesday after vacation)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of February 1-5

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can identify how taxes, deductions, and withholdings affect “take home” pay.

Student Assignments: Course syllabus, Student Info Survey, and “20 Bean Budget” reflection questions (Due by Wednesday). Paystub analysis questions (Due next Monday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can identify how taxes, deductions, and withholdings affect “take home” pay.

Student Assignments: Course syllabus, Student Info Survey, and “20 Bean Budget” reflection questions (Due by Thursday). Paystub analysis questions (Due next Tuesday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Roaring 20s political cartoon analysis (Due Wednesday, Feb. 3); Textbook reading questions (Due by Monday, Feb. 8); Great Depression photo notes (Due Monday, Feb. 8)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person; Friday: remote on Google Meet from 10:20-10:50 AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well-being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends. Economics: I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Roaring 20s political cartoon analysis (Due Thursday, Feb. 4); Textbook reading questions (Due by Tuesday, Feb. 9); Great Depression photo notes (Due Tuesday, Feb. 9)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of January 25-29

 

Course: US History, Period 2, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday; Friday: remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: Homestead Strike video questions (Due Monday, Jan. 25) “Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Era” worksheet (Due Wednesday, Jan. 27); “Role of Government Part I: Summative Assessment (Due Friday, Jan. 29); Optional challenge assignment: Labor Movement research project (Due Friday, Jan. 29) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 2, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: Homestead Strike video questions (Due Tuesday, Jan. 26) “Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Era” worksheet (Due Thursday, Jan. 28); “Role of Government Part I: Summative Assessment (Due Friday, Jan. 29); Optional challenge assignment: Labor Movement research project (Due Friday, Jan. 29) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 4, Remote

Course Schedule: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 9:45-10:30 on Google Meet

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can I build credit and manage it responsibly?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Credit unit review questions (Due Tuesday, Jan. 26); “Interactive: FICO Credit Scores” (Due Wednesday, Jan. 27); “Calculate: Impact of Credit Scores on Loans” (Due Thursday, Jan. 28); Credit Unit Summative Assessment (Due Friday, Jan. 29)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Week of January 19-22

Course: US History, Period 2, Group A

Course Schedule: Wednesday/Friday in person, 8:10-9:25

Office Hours: Periods 6 and 8, Pride Block (during advisory)

Essential Questions:  To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Rise of the Labor Movement” reading/questions (Due Thursday, Jan. 21); Homestead Strike video questions (Due Tuesday, Jan. 26); 

Optional assignment: “The Monopolization of America” (Due Wednesday, Jan. 20) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 2, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, 8:10-9:25

Office Hours: Periods 6 and 8, Pride Block (during advisory)

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments:  “Rise of the Labor Movement” reading/questions (Due Friday, Jan. 22); Homestead Strike video questions (Due Monday, Jan. 25); 

Optional assignment: “The Monopolization of America” (Due Tuesday, Jan. 19) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 4, Remote

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday from 9:45-10:30 on Google Meet

Office Hours: After class sessions or at student request on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can I build credit and manage it responsibly?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “ANALYZE: Categorizing Credit” and “Shady Sam” activity (Due Wednesday, Jan. 20); “How Credit Cards Work” (Due Thursday, Jan. 21; “CALCULATE: Understanding Your Credit Agreement” (Due Friday, Jan. 22);  

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of January 11-15

Course: US History, Period 2, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday: Remote on Google Meet at 8:10 AM; Wednesday: TBD; Friday: remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “The Role of Government during the COVID Pandemic” (Due Monday, Jan. 11); “Role of Government Today: Current Trends and Opinions” (Due Monday, Jan. 11); “Growth of Industry” reading/questions (Due Wednesday, Jan. 13); Optional assignment: “The Monopolization of America” (Due Wednesday, Jan. 20) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 2, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday TBD, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: Optional assignment: “The Role of Government during the COVID Pandemic” (Due Tuesday, Jan. 12); “Role of Government Today: Current Trends and Opinions” (Due Tuesday, Jan. 12); “Growth of Industry” reading/questions (Due Thursday, Jan. 14); Optional assignment: “The Monopolization of America” (Due Tuesday, Jan. 19) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 4, Remote

Course Schedule: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 9:45-10:30 on Google Meet

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “Why and How to Save” (Due Tuesday, Jan. 12); “Compare: Types of Savings Accounts” (Due Thursday, Jan. 14)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of January 4-8

 

Course: US History, Period 2, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Should we help them?” activity and reflection (Due Wednesday); Role of Government current event summary (Due next Monday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course: US History, Period 2, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Should we help them?” activity and reflection (Due Wednesday); Role of Government current event summary (Due next Monday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 4, Remote

Course Schedule: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 9:30-10:10 on Google Meet

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “Reading a Bank Statement” activity (Due Wednesday); “Dangers of Being Unbanked” readings and reflection (Due next Monday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Week of December 21-22

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can I build credit and manage it responsibly?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Credit unit summative assessment: due by the end of the day on Tuesday, Dec. 22

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: How can I build credit and manage it responsibly?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: Credit unit summative assessment: due by the end of the day on Tuesday, Dec. 22

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: Role of Government Unit (Part 1) summative assessment: due by the end of the day on Tuesday, Dec. 22

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course:  US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: Role of Government Unit (Part 1) summative assessment: due by the end of the day on Tuesday, Dec. 22

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of December 14-18

 

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can I build credit and manage it responsibly?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “INTERACTIVE: FICO Credit Scores(Due Wednesday, Dec. 16); “CALCULATE: Impact of Credit Score on Loans” (Due Friday, Dec. 16) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “INTERACTIVE: FICO Credit Scores (Due Thursday, Dec. 17); “CALCULATE: Impact of Credit Score on Loans” (Due Monday, Dec. 21) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Legacies of the Progressive Era” graphic organizer (Due Wednesday, Dec. 16); “Teddy Roosevelt and the Progressive Era” worksheet (Due Friday, Dec. 18); OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT: “Labor Movement research project (Due Monday, Dec. 21

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course:  US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Legacies of the Progressive Era” graphic organizer (Due Thursday, Dec. 17); “Teddy Roosevelt and the Progressive Era” worksheet (Due Monday, Dec. 21); OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT: “Labor Movement research project (Due Tuesday, Dec. 22)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.




Week of December 7-11

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can I build credit and manage it responsibly?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “ANALYZE: Categorizing Credit” and “Shady Sam” activity (Due Wednesday, Dec. 9); “CALCULATE: Understanding Your Credit Agreement” (Due Friday, Dec. 11) 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “ANALYZE: Categorizing Credit” and “Shady Sam” activity (Due Thursday, Dec. 10); “CALCULATE: Understanding Your Credit Agreement” (Due Tuesday, Dec. 15); 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Rise of the Labor Movement” reading/questions (Due Wednesday, Dec. 9); Homestead Strike video questions (Due Friday, Dec. 11); Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course:  US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Rise of the Labor Movement” reading/questions (Due Thursday, Dec. 10); Homestead Strike video questions (Due Tuesday, Dec. 15); 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of November 30-December 4

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “Compare: Types of Savings Accounts” (Due Wednesday, Dec. 2); “Interactive: Navigate Your Online Bank Account” (Due Friday, Dec. 4); Study for Banking Unit assessment on Monday, Dec. 7

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 9:00AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments:  “Compare: Types of Savings Accounts” (Due Thursday, Dec. 3); “Interactive: Navigate Your Online Bank Account” (Due Friday, Dec. 4); Study for Banking Unit assessment on Tuesday, Dec. 8

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Growth of Industry” reading/questions (Due Wednesday, Dec. 2); 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course:  US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday in person, Friday remote on Google Meet at 10:20AM

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Growth of Industry” reading/questions (Due Thursday, Dec. 3); 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of November 23-24

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “Why and How to Save” (Due Monday, Nov. 30)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “Why and How to Save” (Due Tuesday, Dec. 1)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “The Role of Government during the COVID Pandemic” (Due Monday, Nov. 30)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course:  US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments:  “The Role of Government during the COVID Pandemic” (Due Tuesday, Dec. 1)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of November 16-20

Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “Reading a Bank Statement” activity (Due Tuesday); “Dangers of Being Unbanked” readings and reflection (Due Thursday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 1, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can using the bank system help you manage your finances?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can analyze both the singular and interdependent roles of financial institutions, the stock market, and government.

Student Assignments: “Reading a Bank Statement” activity (Due Wednesday); “Dangers of Being Unbanked” readings and reflection (Due next Monday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.



Course:  US History, Period 5, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs:  Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Should we help them?” activity and reflection (Due Wednesday); Role of Government current event summary (Due next Monday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.


Course:  US History, Period 5, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: To what extent is the government responsible for the well being of its citizens?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: “Should we help them?” activity and reflection (Due Thursday); Role of Government current event summary (Due next Tuesday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.

Week of Nov. 9-13

Course:  US History, Period 2, Group A

Course Schedule: Monday/Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: Should the U.S. welcome those who wish to come?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: Backlash to Immigration: A Timeline of Xenophobia

(Due in class Monday). Immigration Policy Assessment (Due by end of the day on Thursday). 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.




Course:  US History, Period 2, Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday (remote class meeting)/Thursday (in person)

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions: Should the U.S. welcome those who wish to come?

Standards/PIs: Civic Engagement: I can consider multiple points of view and prioritize the pros and cons of those views to draw conclusions. History: I can trace the development of enduring themes and evaluate their impact on societal issues and trends.

Student Assignments: Backlash to Immigration: A Timeline of Xenophobia

(Due in class Thursday). Immigration Policy Assessment (Due by end of the day on Friday). 

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.




Course: Senior Personal Finance and Citizenship, Period 4, Remote

Course Schedule: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 9:45-10:30 on Google Meet

Office Hours: Friday 8:00-9:00 AM, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM on Google Meet

Essential Questions:  How can budgeting help you achieve your financial goals? How can I be an engaged citizen in a democracy?

Standards/PIs:  Economics: I can evaluate the different strategies of money management. I can identify how taxes, deductions, and withholdings affect “take home” pay. I can adjust my budget by analyzing different types of spending 

Student Assignments: Salary-Based Budget Project (Due by end of the day on Thursday); Semester mid-point feedback survey (Due by end of day on Thursday)

Links/Resources: All materials and resources are available on our Google Classroom.