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Revolutionary Ideas 1/11-1/15

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

    • History: 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:  Dante Reading, Machiavelli Reading

Summative: Renaissance and Reformation People

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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:  Dante Reading, Machiavelli Reading

Student Assignments: Student Assignments:  Dante Reading, Machiavelli Reading

Summative: Renaissance and Reformation People

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Reformation Notes; Martin Luther Video

Summative Assessment: None

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Reformation Notes; Martin Luther Video

Summative Assessment: None

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 8 Virtual

Course Schedule: Monday through Thursday 

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00pm

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Machiavelli Reading

Summative Assessment: None

Links/Resources: Google Classroom - https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkwMDgyMTMxNTg2

Revolutionary Ideas 1/4-1/8

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

    • History: 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:  Renaissance Guided Notes; Renaissance and Reformation People

Summative: None

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Renaissance Guided Notes; Renaissance and Reformation People;  

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Renaissance and Reformation People; Renaissance Notes; Dante Handout; Machiavelli Handout

Summative Assessment: None

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday; Friday virtual (link is in google classroom header)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00am

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Renaissance and Reformation People; Renaissance Notes; Dante Handout; Machiavelli Handout

Summative Assessment: None

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 8 Virtual

Course Schedule: Monday through Thursday 

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:00pm

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Renaissance Guided Notes; Renaissance and Reformation People;  

Summative Assessment: None

Links/Resources: Google Classroom - https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkwMDgyMTMxNTg2

Revolutionary Ideas 12/7-12/11

REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS 12/7-12/11

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual 9:40am

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • History: 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: Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Notes; Review for Assessment

Summative Assessment (Week of Dec 14: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual (9:40am)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Notes; Review for Assessment

Summative Assessment (Week of Dec 14: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual (10:20am)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • History: 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: Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Notes; Review for Assessment

Summative Assessment (Week of Dec 14: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual (10:20am)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Notes; Review for Assessment

Summative Assessment (Week of Dec 14: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 7 Group A (11:00am)

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People Review; Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Notes

Summative Assessment: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People Quiz

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 7 Group B (11:00am)

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People Rewiew; Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People

Summative Assessment: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People Quiz

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5

Revolutionary Ideas 11/30-12/4

REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS 11/30-12/4

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual 9:40am

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • History: 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: Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People; Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Enlightenment DBQ

Summative Assessment (Week of Dec 7: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual (9:40am)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People; Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Enlightenment DBQ

Summative Assessment (Week of Dec 7: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual (10:20am)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • History: 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: Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People; Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; Enlightenment DBQ

Summative Assessment (Week of Dec 7: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual (10:20am)

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Martin Luther video and questions; Renaissance and Reformation People Document; Machiavelli Reading; Renaissance DBQ

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 7 Group A (11:00am)

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People; Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; 

Summative Assessment: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People Quiz

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 7 Group B (11:00am)

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People; Hobbes and Locke "Why Government?"; 

Summative Assessment: Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment People Quiz

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5

Revolutionary Ideas 11/16 - 11/24

REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS 11/16-11/24

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Martin Luther video and questions; Renaissance and Reformation People Document; Machiavelli Reading; Renaissance DBQ

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Martin Luther video and questions; Renaissance and Reformation People Document; Machiavelli Reading; Renaissance DBQ

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Martin Luther video and questions; Renaissance and Reformation People Document; Machiavelli Reading; Renaissance DBQ

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Martin Luther video and questions; Renaissance and Reformation People Document; Machiavelli Reading; Renaissance DBQ

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: 

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Martin Luther video and questions; Renaissance and Reformation People Document 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday. Friday virtual

Office Hours: Friday’s 7:30am-9:30am

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:

  • What are the roots of modern individual liberty?
  • When is it justified for people to rebel against their government?

Standards/PIs: History

  • History: 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: Dante Reading; Martin Luther video and questions; Renaissance and Reformation People Document 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5

 

Revolutionary Ideas 11/9-11/13

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday (no school 11/11)

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments:  Founding Documents Review for Monday

Reminder: need to complete review to remediate summative

Summative: Founding Documents Monday

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Founding Documents Review for Tuesday; Any outstanding work due Thursday.

Reminder: need to complete review to remediate summative

Summative: Founding Documents Tuesday 

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday (no school 11/11)

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: No new. Be sure FD review is completed

Summative Assessment: Monday - FD summative remediation

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: No new. Be sure FD review is completed

Summative Assessment: FD summative remediation Tuesday

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 8 Virtual

Course Schedule: Monday through Thursday 

Reminder: No school on Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Founding Documents Review for Monday; complete all outstanding work. 

Summative Assessment: FD summative this week for those who have not completed. 

Links/Resources: Google Classroom - https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkwMDgyMTMxNTg2

 

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Revolutionary Ideas 11/2 - 11/6

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: 1st Amendment in Schools; Checks and Balances; Founding Documents Review 

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Reminder we are virtual on Tuesday. Class will begin at 8:10am.

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments:1st Amendment in Schools; Checks and Balances; Founding Documents Review 

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Founding Documents Review

Summative Assessment: Wednesday over the Founding Documents

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Reminder we are virtual on Tuesday. Class will begin at 8:10am.

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Founding Documents Review

Summative Assessment: Thursday over Founding Documents

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 8 Virtual

Course Schedule: Monday through Thursday

Reminder: No class meeting on Monday. 

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Founding Documents Review

Summative Assessment: Wednesday/Thursday over Founding Documents

Links/Resources: Google Classroom - https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkwMDgyMTMxNTg2

Revolutionary Ideas 10/26-10/30

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Turn in Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Bill of Rights formative quiz; 1st Amendment in Schools;  

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Turn in Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Bill of Rights formative quiz; 1st Amendment in Schools;  

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments:Turn in Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles III-VII and Amendments); Roots of the Constitution; 1st Amendment in Schools; Review guide for Founding Documents Summative

Summative Assessment: Wednesday over Founding Documents

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments:Turn in Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles III-VII and Amendments); Roots of the Constitution; 1st Amendment in Schools; Review guide for Founding Documents Summative 

Summative Assessment: Thursday over Founding Documents

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 8 Virtual

Course Schedule: Monday through Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Finish Constitution assignments; Constitutional Rights in schools

Links/Resources: Google Classroom - https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkwMDgyMTMxNTg2

 

 

Revolutionary Ideas 10/19-10/23

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles III-VII and Amendments); 1st Amendment in Schools 

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles III-VII and Amendments); 1st Amendment in Schools

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Roots of the Constitution; 1st Amendment in Schools

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Roots of the Constitution; 1st Amendment in Schools

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 8 Virtual

Course Schedule: Monday through Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Part II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles I through VII and Amendments)

Links/Resources: Google Classroom - https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkwMDgyMTMxNTg2


 

Revolutionary Ideas 10/13-10/16

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles I and II)

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 2 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles I and II)

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTE4


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt 

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 6 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt 

Links/Resources: Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/c/MTg3MTYxMTIwMTU1

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 8 Virtual

Course Schedule: Monday through Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Articles I and II)

Links/Resources: Google Classroom - https://classroom.google.com/c/MTkwMDgyMTMxNTg2


 

Revolutionary Ideas 10/5-10/9

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the roots of modern individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • 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:

  • Due Monday - Founding Documents Summative Remediation
  • Due Wednesday - Martin Luther and Dante Readings

Assessment: No Assessment this week

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Standards/PIs:  History

  • 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:

  • Due Monday - Founding Documents Summative Remediation
  • Due Wednesday - Martin Luther and Dante Readings

Assessment: No Assessment this week

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the roots of modern individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • 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:

  • Due Monday - Founding Documents Summative Remediation
  • Due Wednesday - Martin Luther and Dante Readings

Assessment: No Assessment this week

 

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the roots of modern individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • 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:

  • Due Monday - Founding Documents Summative Remediation
  • Due Wednesday - Martin Luther and Dante Readings

Assessment: No Assessment this week

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the roots of modern individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • 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:

  • Due Monday - Founding Documents Summative Remediation
  • Due Wednesday - Martin Luther and Dante Readings

Assessment: No Assessment this week

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5

 

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the roots of modern individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  History

  • 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:

  • Due Monday - Founding Documents Summative Remediation
  • Due Wednesday - Martin Luther and Dante Readings

Assessment: No Assessment this week

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5

Revolutionary Ideas 9/28-10/2

REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS 9/28-10/2

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments:

  • Due Monday - Revisions to any assignments in preparation for Summative Wednesday.
  • Due Wednesday - Study for Summative Assessment on Founding Documents

Assessment: Wednesday over Founding Documents (This was pushed back from last week)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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. 

Student Assignments:

  • Due Tuesday - Revisions to any assignments in preparation for Summative Wednesday.
  • Due Thursday - Study for Summative Assessment on Founding Documents

Assessment: Thursday over Founding Documents (This was pushed back from last week)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments:

  • Due Monday - Revisions to any assignments in preparation for Summative Wednesday.
  • Due Wednesday - Study for Summative Assessment on Founding Documen

Assessment: Wednesday over Founding Documents


Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: 

  • Due Tuesday - Revisions to any assignments in preparation for Summative Wednesday.
  • Due Thursday - Study for Summative Assessment on Founding Documents

Assessment: Thursday over Founding Documents

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments:

  • Due Monday: Revisions of any previous assignments in preparation for Summative.
  • Due Wednesday: Study for Summative Assessment on Founding Documents.

Assessment: Wednesday over the Constitution

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: What are the principles of individual liberty? 

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: 

  • Due Tuesday: Revisions of any previous assignments in preparation for Summative.
  • Due Thursday: Study for Summative Assessment on Founding Documents.

Assessment: Wednesday over the Constitution


Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5

Revolutionary Ideas 9/20-9/24

REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS 9/9-9/18

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Due Monday - Completed Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Roots of the Constitution Questions. 

Assessment: Wednesday over Founding Documents

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Due Tuesday - Completed Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Roots of the Constitution Questions. 

Assessment: Thursday over Founding Documents


Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Due Monday - Completed Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Roots of the Constitution Questions. 

Assessment: Wednesday over Founding Documents


Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Due Tuesday - Completed Constitution Scavenger Hunt; Roots of the Constitution Questions. 

Assessment: Thursday over Founding Documents


Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Due Monday at end of class - Constitution Scavenger Hunt

Assessment: Wednesday over the Constitution

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: What are the principles of individual liberty? 

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: Due Monday at end of class - Constitution Scavenger Hunt

Assessment: Wednesday over the Constitution


Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5



 

Revolutionary Ideas 9/9-9/18

REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS 9/9-9/18

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Parts I and II)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 3 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Parts I and II)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzAyMTE4MDI3


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Parts I and II)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Honors Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Parts I and II)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTMwNzA4MDg2Mzcx


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday and Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions:  What are the principles of individual liberty?

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Parts I and II)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Standard Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday

Office Hours: Friday’s 10am-12pm

Office Hours Link

Essential Questions: What are the principles of individual liberty? 

Standards/PIs:  Civics and Government

  • 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.

Student Assignments: The Declaration of Independence Handouts (Parts I and II); Constitution Scavenger Hunt (Parts I and II)

Links/Resources: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTU5ODA1MzAyMjQ5