Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Day 35 - Federalist Period

Chapter 1 Questions

Make a copy of the above link and answer the questions.  Make sure you put your name in the appropriate place.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Day 31 - A New Nation - Washington Administration

Students will complete an Acrostic using the words CONSTITUTION or BILL OF RIGHTS to demonstrate understanding of the different components of each.

Students will complete a Quiz on Chapter 5
Quizlet Test Form A
Quizlet Test Form B

Key Terms - Chapter 6.1 - The New Nation
Washington PowerPoint
Washington's Presidency 1789 - 1797
Precedent
Cabinet
Judiciary Act of 1789
-Alexander Hamilton
-Thomas Jefferson
Hamilton's Economic Plan
-Tariffs
-Excise Taxes
-National Bank
Loose Construction vs. Strict Construction
Nation's Capital Compromise
Whiskey Rebellion
Political Parties
-Federalists

-Democratic-Republicans

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Day 26 - Test on Revolution and Essay

Today we will be taking a test on Chapter 4 - The American Revolution

Quizlet Review

Partner Essay Assignment:
"How Revolutionary Was the American Revolution?"
-Create a Google Doc
-Share it with your partner
-Answer the prompt collaboratively
-Include:
--An introductory paragraph that includes context and a 3-pronged thesis statement (4-5 sentences)
--3 Body Paragraphs (4-5 sentences)
--Conclusion paragraph (4-5 sentences)
-Share it with Mr. Jensen

Monday, October 1, 2018

Day 24 - Declaration of Independence

EQ:  Based on what we have learned, would you be in favor of Declaring Independence?

Warmup:  Break up letter

Finish John Adams Episode 2

Declaration of Independence Analysis - As a class, we will read through parts of the Declaration and point out enlightenment ideals that can be seen throughout.

Quizizz Game

Family Feud style review game.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Day 22 - Causes of the American Revolution (cont'd)

Progress reports were sent home today.

We will begin today by getting in groups and completing a Flash Card Activity where the students will try to answer 30 review questions on the Early Colonial Period.

Next, in those same groups, the students will brainstorm and write down all the causes of the American Revolution they can think of and then prioritize the list from most important to least.  Then, as a class, we will compile a class list of most important events that led to the Revolutionary War.

Video Clip about the Battle of Lexington & Concord

Video Clip about the Battle of Bunker Hill

Finally, we will spend the rest of the class period going over the key terms from Chapter 4.2 and discuss the Declaration of Independence.