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Mr. Jeffrey Neal
 B.S. Secondary Education/Social Science

 

 

 

For students: All course materials- including unit planners, handouts, readings can be accessed via my Google Classroom and my Moodle page (Moodle requires a password and username- and should be the same as your gmail log in info, but don't include @grsu14.org in username field).  Get in the habit of checking both locations.  We will go over this the first few days of school to make you comfortable with accessing both.
 
 
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For parents: Your child's individual grades can be accessed via Infinite Campus.  If you do not have a password or log in information, please contact the high school main office or send me an email and I will do my best to assist.
 
 
 

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Week of 3/1

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Speed Dating with Andrew Jackson (Formative), Jefferson/Jackson & Manifest Destiny (Summative on Moodle/practice quiz available online prior), Unit Essential Question due (Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Speed Dating with Andrew Jackson (Formative), Jefferson/Jackson & Manifest Destiny (Summative on Moodle/practice quiz available online prior), Unit Essential Question due (Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Individual War Finish Research, America at War Chart Quiz (Moodle- Summative), America at War EQs & Socratic Seminar (Summatives)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Individual War Finish Research, America at War Chart Quiz (Moodle- Summative), America at War EQs & Socratic Seminar (Summatives)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 2/22

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

War of 1812 Guided Reading & Questions (Formative), Age of Jackson Questions (Formative), The Alamo w/s (Formative), Speed Dating with Andrew Jackson (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

War of 1812 Guided Reading & Questions (Formative), Age of Jackson Questions (Formative), The Alamo w/s (Formative), Speed Dating with Andrew Jackson (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Individual War Selection & Research, America at War Chart Practice Quiz (Moodle- eventual Summative), America at War EQs & Socratic Seminar (upcoming Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Individual War Selection & Research, America at War Chart Practice Quiz (Moodle- eventual Summative), America at War EQs & Socratic Seminar (upcoming Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 2/8

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Louisiana Purchase Map (Formative), Are You an Informed Citizen w/s (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Louisiana Purchase Map (Formative), Are You an Informed Citizen w/s (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

International Relations Terms w/s (Formative), Symbols of America w/s (Formative), America at War Chart Practice Quiz (Moodle- eventual Summative), America at War EQs (upcoming Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

International Relations Terms w/s (Formative), Symbols of America w/s (Formative), America at War Chart Practice Quiz (Moodle- eventual Summative), America at War EQs (upcoming Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 2/1

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Revisit "When do you fight for your rights?" prompt (Formative), Birth of Political Parties (Formative), Louisiana Purchase Map (Formative), Are You an Informed Citizen w/s (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: How might the people of a nation look at freedom differently?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Revisit "When do you fight for your rights?" prompt (Formative), Birth of Political Parties (Formative), Louisiana Purchase Map (Formative), Are You an Informed Citizen w/s (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

International Relations Terms w/s (Formative), Symbols of America w/s (Formative), America at War Chart Practice Quiz (Moodle- eventual Summative), America at War EQs (upcoming Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  America at War EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

International Relations Terms w/s (Formative), Symbols of America w/s (Formative), America at War Chart Practice Quiz (Moodle- eventual Summative), America at War EQs (upcoming Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 1/25

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Summative Quiz on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Summative Quiz on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  How does the individual change socially throughout their lifetime?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Adult Life Cycles (formative), World of Work prompt (formative), Teen Issues Project (summative), Review Moodle practice quiz for exam (summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: How does the individual change socially throughout their lifetime?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Adult Life Cycles (formative), World of Work prompt (formative), Teen Issues Project (summative), Review Moodle practice quiz for exam (summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 



Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Read excerpt from "The Jungle",  read through notes on "Workers and Unions", Continue work on unit "Essential Questions" and prep for Socratic Seminar, "Jacob Riis Journal Entry" formative,  Moodle Summative Quiz on Gilded Age  

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Read excerpt from "The Jungle",  read through notes on "Workers and Unions", Continue work on unit "Essential Questions" and prep for Socratic Seminar, "Jacob Riis Journal Entry" formative,  Moodle Summative Quiz on Gilded Age   

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 1/18

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Practice Quizzes on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Practice Quizzes on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  How does the individual change socially throughout their lifetime?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Adult Life Cycles (formative), World of Work prompt (formative), Teen Issues Project (summative), Review Moodle practice quiz for next week (summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: How does the individual change socially throughout their lifetime?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Adult Life Cycles (formative), World of Work prompt (formative), Teen Issues Project (summative), Review Moodle practice quiz for next week (summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Continue work on unit "Essential Questions", "Cities w/s" formative- from video America: The Story of US, Moodle Practice Quizzes on Gilded Age  

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue work on unit "Essential Questions", "Cities w/s" formative- from video America: The Story of US, Moodle Practice Quizzes on Gilded Age  

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

1/11

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"America: The Story of US/Revolution" Episode w/s, Start "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project topic selection and research start"

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"America: The Story of US/Revolution" Episode w/s, Start "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project topic selection and research start"

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  How does the individual change socially throughout their lifetime?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Nature vs Nurture Prompt (formative), The Socialization Process (formative), Teen Issues Project assign (summative), Review Moodle practice quiz 

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: How does the individual change socially throughout their lifetime?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Nature vs Nurture Prompt (formative), The Socialization Process (formative), Teen Issues Project assign (summative), Review Moodle practice quiz 

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

"Birth of Industry"/"Gilded Age"/"Industrial Workers Notes" and formatives, work on unit Essential Questions

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"Birth of Industry"/"Gilded Age"/"Industrial Workers Notes" and formatives, work on unit Essential Questions

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 1/4

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Review of "Freedom" Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. current events.  Start Revolutions Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.  

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Review of "Freedom" Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. current events.  Start Revolutions Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  What is Culture and Social Structure?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

American Values w/s, Ethical Barometer w/s, Group Interaction & Socialization w/s, Review Moodle practice quiz for summative end of week

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: What is Culture and Social Structure?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

American Values w/s, Ethical Barometer w/s, Group Interaction & Socialization w/s, Review Moodle practice quiz for summative end of week

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Review of Civil Rights Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. current events.  Start Industrialization Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.  Assign Journal Entry- "Living in Windham/Raymond in 1870", Gospel of Wealth w/s

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Review of Civil Rights Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. current events.  Start Industrialization Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.  Assign Journal Entry- "Living in Windham/Raymond in 1870", Gospel of Wealth w/s

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

Week of 12/14

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Summative Quiz on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Summative Quiz on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Read excerpt from "The Jungle",  read through notes on "Workers and Unions", Continue work on unit "Essential Questions" and prep for Socratic Seminar, "Jacob Riis Journal Entry" formative, "Life in a New York Tenement" w/s formative, Moodle Summative Quiz on Gilded Age  

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Read excerpt from "The Jungle",  read through notes on "Workers and Unions", Continue work on unit "Essential Questions" and prep for Socratic Seminar, "Jacob Riis Journal Entry" formative, "Life in a New York Tenement" w/s formative, Moodle Summative Quiz on Gilded Age   

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 12/7

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Practice Quizzes on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project research & project guide filled in", Moodle Practice Quizzes on American Revolution

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Continue work on unit "Essential Questions", "Cities w/s" formative- from video America: The Story of US, Moodle Practice Quizzes on Gilded Age  

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Continue work on unit "Essential Questions", "Cities w/s" formative- from video America: The Story of US, Moodle Practice Quizzes on Gilded Age  

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 11/30

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"America: The Story of US/Revolution" Episode w/s, Start "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project topic selection and research start"

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"America: The Story of US/Revolution" Episode w/s, Start "Anatomy of a Revolution" w/s, "Atlantic Revolutions Project topic selection and research start"

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

"Birth of Industry"/"Gilded Age"/"Industrial Workers Notes" and formatives, work on unit Essential Questions

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"Birth of Industry"/"Gilded Age"/"Industrial Workers Notes" and formatives, work on unit Essential Questions

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 11/23

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"Seeds of Unrest" Formative due, Reasons For/Against Rebellion Formative due, "America: The Story of US/Revolution" Episode viewing and w/s completed for next Monday after holiday break.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"Seeds of Unrest" Formative due, "Reasons For/Against Rebellion" Formative due, "America: The Story of US/Revolution" Episode viewing and w/s completed for next Monday after holiday break.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

"Gospel of Wealth" w/s Formative due, "My day in 1885/journal" Formative due, Birth of Industry/Gilded Age/Industrial Workers Notes, work on unit Essential Questions

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

"Gospel of Wealth" w/s Formative due, "My day in 1885/journal" Formative due, Birth of Industry/Gilded Age/Industrial Workers Notes, work on unit Essential Questions

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 11/16

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Review of "Freedom" Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. Election results.  Start Revolutions Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  When do you fight for your rights?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Review of "Freedom" Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. Election results.  Start Revolutions Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Review of Civil Rights Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. Election results.  Start Industrialization Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.



Course:  US Honors History Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  see Industrialization EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Review of Civil Rights Unit from first rotation.  Debrief/update on U.S. Election results.  Start Industrialization Unit and introduce unit Essential Questions.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Week of 11/9

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Scientific Revolution Overview (Formative), Reformation & Enlightenment Overview (Formatives), "What does it mean to be Free?" Essay (Summative), Final Moodle Quiz on Freedom Unit (Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Scientific Revolution Overview (Formative), Reformation & Enlightenment Overview (Formatives), "What does it mean to be Free?" Essay (Summative), Final Moodle Quiz on Freedom Unit (Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  What is Culture and Social Structure?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

American Values (Formative), Norm Violation Project (Summative) due 11/19, Ethical Barometer (Formative), Social Control & Social Structure (Formative), Mid-course Summative on Moodle by week's end.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: What is Culture and Social Structure?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

American Values (Formative), Norm Violation Project (Summative) due 11/19, Ethical Barometer (Formative), Social Control & Social Structure (Formative), Mid-course Summative on Moodle by week's end.

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  Civil Rights EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Mini-Civil Rights topic choice & research (individual Formatives- note-taking or provided Google form for each), which is prep for upcoming Socratic Seminar & EQs 4&5 for end of week (topics: Women’s Rights, Native-American, Black Rights) 

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  Civil Rights EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Mini-Civil Rights topic choice & research (individual Formatives- note-taking or provided Google form for each), which is prep for upcoming Socratic Seminar & EQs 4&5 for end of week (topics: Women’s Rights, Native-American, Black Rights) 

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

Week of 11/2

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Renaissance/Reformation Overview (Formative), Scientific Revolution/Enlightenment Overview (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesdays/Thursdays

GOOGLE MEET ON THIS TUESDAY DUE TO ELECTION!!!

Office Hours: M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply an understanding of 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.

Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC. 

Renaissance/Reformation Overview (Formative), Scientific Revolution/Enlightenment Overview (Formative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  What is Culture and Social Structure?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Components of Culture, American Values (Formative), Norm Violation Project assign (Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  Sociology Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

GOOGLE MEET ON THIS TUESDAY DUE TO ELECTION!!!

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions: What is Culture and Social Structure?

Standards/PIs: 

Student Assignments: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Components of Culture, American Values (Formative), Norm Violation Project assign (Summative)

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule:  Mondays/Wednesdays

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  Civil Rights EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Geography Intro (ongoing/formatives), Civil Rights EQs 1-3 (Summative- Due Friday), mini-Civil Rights topic choice & research (individual Formatives- note-taking or provided Google form for each), which is prep for upcoming Socratic Seminar & EQs (topics: Women’s Rights, Native-American, Black Rights) 

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.

 

Course:  US Honors History Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule:  Tuesdays/Thursdays

GOOGLE MEET ON THIS TUESDAY DUE TO ELECTION!!!

Office Hours:  M-Thurs 2:00-2:45pm, Fridays 7:15-8:00am

Essential Questions:  Civil Rights EQs

Standards/PIs: Students will apply and demonstrate knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences to analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.

Students will apply an understanding of 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.

(Ongoing throughout the year): 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: For assignments and graded student work- Please see Infinite Campus, copies of assignments are accessible via the Schedule>Grades>Term Grade tabs in IC

Geography Intro (ongoing/formatives), Civil Rights EQs 1-3 (Summative- Due Friday), mini-Civil Rights topic choice & research (individual Formatives- note-taking or provided Google form for each), which is prep for upcoming Socratic Seminar & EQs (topics: Women’s Rights, Native-American, Black Rights) 

Links/Resources: Viewable in 3 locations: Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, and Moodle.