Agenda January 7-11, 2013

Monday:  Chapter 10 Vocabulary DUE (pages 302, 308, 312, & 316 – 33 items)?; 1865-1920 Review (Heartland)

Tuesday:  1865-1920 Review (Cities)

Wednesday:  1865-1920 (Boom)

Thursday:  1865-1920 Review/Preview (Bust)

Firday:  Chapter 10 Notes

January 14-18, 2013

Monday:  Chapter 10 Notes The Jazz Age

Tuesday:  Chapter 10 Notes

Wednesday:  Chapter 10 Review

Thursday:  Chapter 10 Review

Friday:  Chapter 10 Test The Jazz Age

The Jazz Age Vocabulary Flashcards

The Jazz Age Vocabulary Activities

The Jazz Age Battleship Activity

The Jazz Age Cloze Reading Activity Popups

The Jazz Age Cloze Reading Activity Fill in the Blank

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Agenda December 17-21, 2012

Monday:  Chapter 9 Practice

Tuesday: Chapter 9 Test, Chapter 10 Vocabulary pages 302, 308, 312, & 316 – Content, Academic, & Key People and Events (33 items)

Wednesday:  Make-up Tests?; Social Studies Book DUE

World War I Challenge Board

Thursday:  Chapter 10 Vocabulary DUE; Vocabulary and Reading Activities

The Jazz Age Vocabulary Flashcards

The Jazz Age Vocabulary Activities

The Jazz Age Battleship Activity

The Jazz Age Cloze Reading Activity Popups

The Jazz Age Cloze Reading Activity Fill in the Blank

Friday:  NO SCHOOL!!!  See you next year!

Agenda December 10-14, 2012

Monday:  Finish and practice WW I presentations

Tuesday:  WW I Presentations

Wednesday:  WW I Presentations

Thursday: WW I Presentations

Friday: WW I Presentations; Chapter 9 Practice

World War One Research Presentation

Students have the opportunity to research a topic (battle, person, technology, etc.) from World War One and present it to the class.  Ultimately, the project will be placed online and shared with the world via the Internet.

Upon “drawing” a topic “from a hat” you will begin researching the topic for information on the “who, what, when, where, why, and how” concerning the topic.

Utilize Microsoft PowerPoint to create a 6 slide, at least, presentation about your topic including at least one picture or map (2 of your slides will include a “Title” slide and a “Reference” slide).  Keep track of where you get your information and images and source or cite it on the “Reference” slide (The “Reference” slide will be your final slide – the “Title” slide will be your first slide).

Oral Presentation Rubric

Social Studies Books DUE December 19th!!!

Students are required to read one social studies fiction or non-fiction book each quarter.  If you complete a ficition book you can complete a book review or video book trailer; if you complete a non-ficition book you can complete a KWL, book review or video book trailer.

2nd Quarter ends December 20th 2012!!!

Agenda December 3-7, 2012

Monday:  Chapter 9 Notes WWI

Tuesday:  Chapter 9 Notes WWI; WWI Presentation Project

Wednesday:  WWI Projects

Thursday:  WWI Projects

Friday:  Complete WWI Projects

World War One
Research Presentation

Students have the opportunity to research a topic (battle, person, technology, etc.) from World War One and present it to the class.  Ultimately, the project will be placed online and shared with the world via the Internet.

Upon “drawing” a topic “from a hat” you will begin researching the topic for information on the “who, what, when, where, why, and how” concerning the topic.

Utilize Microsoft PowerPoint to create a 6 slide, at least, presentation about your topic including at least one picture or map (2 of your slides will include a “Title” slide and a “Reference” slide).  Keep track of where you get your information and images and source or cite it on the “Reference” slide (The “Reference” slide will be your final slide – the “Title” slide will be your first slide).

Oral Presentation Rubric

Social Studies Books DUE December 19th!!!

Students are required to read one social studies fiction or non-fiction book each quarter.  If you complete a ficition book you can complete a book review or video book trailer; if you complete a non-ficition book you can complete a KWL, book review or video book trailer.

2nd Quarter ends December 20th 2012!!!