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Social Studies Mr. Small

Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year.  I am looking forward to being back in the classroom and am excited to get underway.
 
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Week of November 30-December 6

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Office Hours: Friday 12-2

Essential Questions:  What philosophical thoughts led to the era of Revolutions? 

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Enlightenment Philosopher Assignment, Beginning assignment of Anatomy of a Revolution

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What philosophical thoughts led to the era of Revolutions? 

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Enlightenment Philosopher Assignment, Beginning assignment of Anatomy of a Revolution

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is Economics

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include readings and a Gilded Age Summative

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is Economics

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include readings and a Gilded Age Summative

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Chapter 5 reading, Federal Budget and Chapter 4+5 questions

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Chapter 5 reading, Federal Budget and Chapter 4+5 questions

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of November 23-29

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What philosophical thoughts led to the era of Revolutions? 

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Two enlightened primary source packets. 

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What philosophical thoughts led to the era of Revolutions? 

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Two enlightened primary source packets. 

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is Economics

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include looking at primary source documents

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is Economics

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include looking at primary source documents

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include reading chapter 4 and preparing study guide

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include reading chapter 4 and preparing study guide

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of November 16-22

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What philosophical thoughts led to the era of Revolutions? 

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Two enlightened primary source packets. 

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What philosophical thoughts led to the era of Revolutions? 

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Two enlightened primary source packets. 

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is Economics

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Defining Economic terms; Watching ‘30 Days’ and answer questions,

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is Economics

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, and the United States, and the world. 

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Defining Economic terms; Watching ‘30 Days’ and answer questions,

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Review for Chapter 3 test, Take Chapter 3 test.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Review for Chapter 3 test, Take Chapter 3 test.

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of November 9-November 15

Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the definition of Leadership? What are leadership characteristics? What are the styles of Leadership

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Hard hat reflection; leadership style reflection

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort B

Course Schedule: Tuesday Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What are leadership characteristics

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Hard hat reflection; leadership style reflection

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Elements of Style Assignment; Non-Fiction Book Assignment; Begin Renaissance

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Elements of Style Assignment; Non-Fiction Book Assignment; Begin Renaissance

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of November 2-November 8

Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the definition of Leadership? What are leadership characteristics? What are the styles of Leadership

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include discussing elections; Ted Talk; Scenarios Assignment

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort B

Course Schedule: Tuesday Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What are leadership characteristics

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include discussing elections; Ted Talk; Scenarios Assignment

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: discussing election, Supreme Court Case, Constitution Summative

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: discussing election, Supreme Court Case, Constitution Summative

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of October 26-November 1

Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the definition of Leadership? What are leadership characteristics? What are the styles of Leadership

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include presenting your essay; discussing upcoming elections; Reading Hard Hat book.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort B

Course Schedule: Tuesday Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What are leadership characteristics

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include presenting your essay; discussing upcoming elections; Reading Hard Hat book.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Discussing Elections; PReparing for Constitution Summative, Supreme Court Case;

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Discussing Elections; PReparing for Constitution Summative, Supreme Court Case;

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of October 19-25

Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the definition of Leadership? What are leadership characteristics

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Leadership Self-Survey; ‘Impactful leader’;

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort B

Course Schedule: Tuesday Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What are leadership characteristics

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  ‘Impactful leader’ presentation; Chapter 2 from leadership book

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Opening Free-write exercise, Language exercise, Declaration of Independence Assignment, Constitution Scavenger Hunt.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Constitution Scavenger Hunt part 1 and part 2, Review for summative assessment

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of October 12-October 18

Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the definition of Leadership? What are leadership characteristics

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Leadership Self-Survey; ‘Impactful leader’;

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Principles of Leadership Cohort B

Course Schedule: Tuesday Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What is the definition of Leadership? What are leadership characteristics

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply the attributes of a responsible and involved citizen to affect a real world issue.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Leadership Self-Survey; ‘Impactful leader’;

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Cohort A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Renaissance and Reformation DBQ; Scientific Revolution/ENlightenment Reading; Summative Assessment

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 4 Cohort B

Course Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Opening Free-write exercise, Language exercise, Declaration of Independence Assignment, Constitution Scavenger Hunt.

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of October 5-October 11

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Renaissance and Reformation DBQ; Scientific Revolution/ENlightenment Reading; Summative Assessment

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Renaissance and Reformation DBQ; Scientific Revolution/ENlightenment Reading; Summative Assessment

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Supreme Court Case, 3rd Mini-Unit

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include include Supreme Court Case, 3rd Mini-Unit

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Chapter 2 test

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Chapter 2 test

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of September 28-October 4

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Constitution Summative. Readings regarding Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and ENlightenment.  Part 1 of Elements of Style

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Constitution Summative. Readings regarding Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and ENlightenment.  Part 1 of Elements of Style.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include ‘You be the judge’ cases; Civil Liberties readings and questions

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include include ‘You be the judge’ cases; Civil Liberties readings and questions

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Chapter 2 terms, practice multiple choice quizzes, a reading regarding markets, and review for a Chapter 2 Summative.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Assignments are listed on the website and include Chapter 2 terms, practice multiple choice quizzes, a reading regarding markets, and review for a Chapter 2 Summative.

Links/Resources: Class Website

Week of September 21-27

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Constitution Scavenger Hunt and study for a test next week.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Constitution Scavenger Hunt and study for a test next week.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include 1st and 2nd Civil Rights mini-units

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include include 1st and 2nd Civil Rights mini-units

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: SPI Finalization, two review sheets, a test, and beginning of chapter 2.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: SPI Finalization, two review sheets, a test, and beginning of chapter 2.

Links/Resources: Class Website

September 14-20

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Opening Free-write exercise, Language exercise, Declaration of Independence Assignment, Constitution Scavenger Hunt.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What does it mean to be free? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on our webpage (see link).  They include: Opening Free-write exercise, Language exercise, Declaration of Independence Assignment, Constitution Scavenger Hunt.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Geography assignment, language exercise, begin 1st civil rights unit.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  What causes prejudice and/or discrimination? How does prejudice/discrimination affect a society? How can civil disobedience be justifiable?

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Assignments are listed on the class website--see link.  Assignments include Geography assignment, language exercise, begin 1st civil rights unit.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Chapter 1 notes, Chapter 1 Practice quizzes, Chapter 1 Review, SPI pricing.

Links/Resources: Class Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Chapter 1 notes, Chapter 1 Practice quizzes, Chapter 1 Review, SPI pricing.

Links/Resources: Class Website

Weekly Planning for Sept. 7-Sept. 13

Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: Wednesday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions: What does it mean to be free?  

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Students will have a free write regarding the idea of freedom and will have an assignment regarding the Declaration of Independence this week.  Both will be due on Monday Sep 14.

Links/Resources: Course Website


Course:  Revolutionary Ideas Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Students will have a free write regarding the idea of freedom and will have an assignment regarding the Declaration of Independence this week.  Both will be due on Tuesday Sep 15

Links/Resources: Course Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Students will have a geography exercise as well as a series of definitions, both of which are due on Monday Sep 14

Links/Resources: Course Website


Course:  US History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: Thursday

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  

Standards/PIs:  Students will apply and understand 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: Students will have a geography exercise as well as a series of definitions, both of which are due on Tuesday Sep 15

Links/Resources: Course Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group A

Course Schedule: Wednesday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Students will have (1) Chapter 1 to read, (2) a series of definitions to complete and (3) a table of items they purchase to complete--all due next week.

Links/Resources: Course Website


Course:  AP Economics Period 7 Group B

Course Schedule: Thursday 

Office Hours: Friday 10-12

Essential Questions:  How does society best manage its resources?  How do the fundamental economic concepts help you to make the best decisions? 

Standards/PIs:  Students will understand and apply the concepts and processes of Economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution and consumption in the community.

Student Assignments: Students will have (1) Chapter 1 to read, (2) a series of definitions to complete and (3) a table of items they purchase to complete--all due next week.

Links/Resources: Course Website