Agenda October 13-17, 2014…

MONDAY

No School

TARGETS…

*Explain how the progressives fought corruption and government.

*Illustrate ways in which reforms affected the lives of women and other groups in the late 1800s.

*Discuss why Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft were known as progressive presidents.

*Describe how minority groups reacted to discrimination.

TUESDAY

2nd Quarter Begins…

7 Notes

7.1 Practice

7.2 Practice

7.3 Practice

7.4 Practice

7 Study Guide

The Progressive Era Vocabulary Activities

The Progressive Era Cloze Reading Activity Popups

The Progressive Era Cloze Reading Activity Fill in the Blank

Progressive Era “Fling the Teacher” Game

Progressive Era “Walk the Plank” Game

Progressive Era “Penalty Shootout” Game

The Progressive Era ID Game

WEDNESDAY

Women’s Suffrage

7 Notes

7 Study Guide

THURSDAY

7 Notes

7 Test

8 Unit Organizer DUE…

FRIDAY

7 Test Retakes

8 Vocabulary pages 232, 236, 242, & 248 (34 items) DUE…

CORE 1 Chapter 8 Activities

CORE 2 Chapter 8 Activities

CORE 3 Chapter 8 Activities

CORE 4 Chapter 8 Activities

Chapter 8 Section 1 Vocabulary Matching

Chapter 8 Section 2 Vocabulary Matching

Chapter 8 Section 3 Vocabulary Matching

Chapter 8 Section 4 Vocabulary Matching

Rise to World Power Vocabulary Activities

Rise to World Power Hangman with Hints

Rise to World Power Hangman without Hints

Rise to World Power Jumbled Words

Chapter 8 Section 1 Rags to Riches

Chapter 8 Section 2 Rags to Riches

Chapter 8 Section 3 Rags to Riches

Chapter 8 Section 4 Rags to Riches

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