Weeks of Nov 2 and Nov 9

Course: Revolutionary Ideas - Remote, no cohorts

Course Schedule: Period 6 - 11:50-12:30 Monday-Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-noon

Essential Questions:  

  1. What does freedom mean to you? 
  2. How have societies gained freedom in various historical eras? 
  3. How does the spread of information impact societies? 

Standards/PIs:  

  1. I can compare and contrast the ideals and purposes of the founding documents. 
  2. I can compare and contrast the purposes, structures and functions of constitutional governments.
  3. I can describe historical eras, turning points, and enduring themes. 
  4. I can describe the reasons why change does or does not occur.

Student Assignments:

  1. Complete the “Learn” activity in Quizlet - Due Nov 4
  2. Crash Course Worksheets - Due Nov 6
  3. Test - Nov 10

Links/Resources: Google Classroom 



Course: US History - Remote, no cohorts

Course Schedule: Period 8 - 12:35-1:15 Monday - Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-noon

Essential Questions:  

  1. What role, if any, does the federal government have in ensuring the safety and well being of its citizens?
  2. How do wars shape alliances and contribute to national identities? 

Standards/PIs:  

  1. I can apply knowledge of major eras, enduring themes, turning points, and historic influences. 
  2. I can analyze the forces of continuity and change in the community, the state, the United States, and the world.
  3. I can understand and apply the concepts and processes of economics to understand issues of production, distribution, and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments:

  1. WWI Project - DUE NOV 9
  2. Study quizlet
  3. Test - Nov. 10

Links/Resources: Google Classroom 


Course:  AP Psychology - Both periods, both cohorts

Course Schedule: M-W, T-TH 

Office Hours: Friday 10:30-noon 

Essential Questions:  

  1. How do the parts of the brain and nervous systems work together to process information and control behavior? 
  2. How do the biological fields of neuroanatomy and genetics help to explain the behaviors of an individual. 
  3. How do levels of human consciousness change through our wake/sleep cycle, biological rhythms, hypnosis, and the use of certain drugs? 

Standards/PIs:  

  1.  Interaction of Heredity and Environment
  2. The Endocrine System
  3. Overview of the Nervous System and the Neuron
  4. Neural Firing
  5. Influence of Drugs on Neural Firing
  6.  The Brain
  7.  Tools for Examining Brain Structure and Function
  8. The Adaptable Brain
  9. Sleep and Dreaming

Student Assignments:

  1. Optional Work 
  2. Study for Ch 5 Vocab 
  3. Study for Test on Nov 9/Nov 10

Links/Resources: Google Classroom, Textbook is online in Google Classroom


Course: AP US History - Both periods, both cohorts - Not meeting in-person 


Course Schedule: M-W, Tu-Th

Office Hours: Friday 10-noon

Essential Questions:  

Standards/PIs:  


Links/Resources - Google Classroom