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Lesson Plans CP U.S. History
Due Date: 9/29/2014
Subject: U.S. History CP

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC CP

Period(s): 1     Chapter 7

Week of: Sept. 29-Oct. 3 Day #28-32

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday #28

USHC 1.4 – 1.7

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·         Assist students with study guide

·         Check student notebooks

·         Complete 1.4 -1.7 study guide

·         Turn in notebook

·         Study

Tuesday #29

USHC 1.4 – 1.7

·         Complete the 1.4 – 1.7 test with greater than 70% accuracy

·         Administer 1.4 -1.7 test

·         Complete 1.4 -1.7 test

·         Major assessment – 1.4 -1.7 test

Wednesday #30

USHC 2.1

USHC 2.2

·         Identify the major land acquisitions during American expansionism

·         Introduction discussion to Expansionism

·         Complete American acquistions map with students

·         Assign Red EOC Book p. 61-63

·         Complete Acquistions map

·         Read p. 61-63 and complete questions

·         Any p. 61-63 questions not completed in class will be done as HW

Thursday #31

USHC 2.1

USHC 2.2

·         Identify the component parts of the Monroe doctrine

·         Identify the meaning of Manifest Destiny

·         Describe the changes in transportation that took place in the early nineteenth century

·         Check / correct Red EOC p.61-63

·         Lead notes and discussion (Monroe Doctrine, Manifest Destiny, and Changes in Transportation)

·         Correct P.61-63 work

·         Take notes and participate in discussion of Monroe Doctrine, Manifest Destiny, and Changes in Transportation

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Friday #32

USHC 2.1

USHC 2.2

·         Describe the nature of industry in early nineteenth century America

·         Identify the nature of early 19th century Native American life

·         Lead notes and discussion (Industrialization through Native Americans)

·         Red EOC teacher developed questions

·         Take notes and participate in discussion of Industrialization and Native Americans

·         Complete Red EOC book reading and questions

 



Lesson Plans AP World 9/22 - 9/26
Due Date: 9/26/2014
Subject: AP World History

Teacher: Kibler

Course: AP World History

Period(s): 4,5 Chapter 6

Week of: Sept. 22-26, 2014   Day#23-27

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday #23

Key Concepts

2.1-2.

·         Plan and execute the component parts of a comparison essay.

·         Comparison essay

·         Assign student notes for pages 122-127 (due Wednesday) and maps and guided readings (due Thursday)

·         Read the instructions on writing a comparison essay and study the rubric

·         Begin writing essay

·         Begin student notes p. 122-127

Tuesday #24

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

P

 

·         Plan and execute the parts of a comparison essay

·         Comparison essay

·         Write the comparison essay

·         Finish essay if needed

·         Complete student notes p. 122-127

Wednesday #25

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         Identify characteristics of the Arabian world at the beginning of the post-classical era before the founding of Islam

·         Essay due

·         Discussion based on student notes from pages 122-127

·         Discuss the Arab world at the beginning of the post-classical era using their notes

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Thursday #26

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         Describe the foundation of Islam, its 5 pillars, and the Sunni / Shia split

·         Collect Chapter 6 guided readings

·         Map Warm Up

·         Conduct discussion of Muhammad and the rise of Islamic empires

·         Complete the map warm up

·         Participate in notes/discussion of the foundation of Islam

·         Chapter 6 Guided Readings due

Friday #27

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

 

Trace the rise and fall of the Umayyad empire and succession by the Abbasids

 

·         Finish notes and discussion of Muhammad and the rise of Islamic empires

·         Participate in notes/discussion of the foundation of Islamic empires

·          



Lesson Plans Honors U.S. History
Due Date: 9/26/2014
Subject: U.S. History Honors

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC Honors

Period(s): 1     Chapter 6

Week of: Sept. 22-26 Day #23-27

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday #23

USHC 1.5

 

·         Identify key concepts related to the Constitution

·         Notes: The Constitution

w/ Venn Diagram on the back

·         Assign Bill of Rights reading p.179-181 in text

 

·         Take notes and participate in discussion

·         Read Bill of Rights pages 179-181 in text

·         Text p. 179-181

Tuesday #24

USHC 1.5

USHC 1.6

·         Identify the rights protected by the bill of rights

·         Bill of Rights Scenario Activity

·         Jefferson v. Hamilton notes (slide 1)

·         Assign Chapter 6-1 and 6-2 Student Notes (due Thursday)

 

·         Amendment identification activity

·         Complete Student Notes

 

Wednesday #25

USHC 1.6

 

Describe the creation of political factions (parties) centering around Hamilton and Jefferson

Hamilton v. Jefferson notes and discussion

Complete Chapter 6-1 and 6-2 Student Notes (due Thursday)

 

·         Take notes and participate in discussion

·         Complete student notes

·          

Thursday #26

USHC 1.7

·         Identify key aspects of the Jefferson administration and the development of the Supreme Court

·         Correct and discuss 6-1 and 6-2

·         Begin Notes: Jefferson and through War of 1812

·         Assign terms

 

·         Take notes and participate in discussion

·         Define relevant terms from text

·         Student notes – class work grade

Friday #27

USHC 1.7

·         Outline causes and effects of the War of 1812

·         Finish notes: Jefferson and Madison (including Supreme Court)

·         Announce Notebook check on Monday and test on Tuesday

·         Participate in notes / discussion on Jefferson through Madison including Supreme Court

Terms – HW grade



Lesson Plans CP U.S. History
Due Date: 9/19/2014
Subject: U.S. History CP

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC CP

Period(s): 1     Chapter 6

Week of: Sept. 22-26 Day #23-27

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday #23

USHC 1.5

 

·         Identify key concepts related to the Constitution

·         Notes: The Constitution

w/ Venn Diagram on the back

·          

·         Take notes and participate in discussion

·         Read Bill of Rights Packet

·          

Tuesday #24

USHC 1.5

USHC 1.6

·         Identify the rights protected by the bill of rights

·         Bill of Rights Reading and Scenario Activity

·         Jefferson v. Hamilton notes (slide 1)

·         Read p.48-49 EOC book and complete political party questions

 

·         Read the Bill of Rights pages in Red EOC Book and complete the Amendment identification activity

·         P. 48-49 EOC book reading and questions

 

Wednesday #25

USHC 1.6

 

Describe the creation of political factions (parties) centering around Hamilton and Jefferson

Hamilton v. Jefferson notes and discussion

 

·         Take notes and participate in discussion

 

·          

Thursday #26

USHC 1.7

·         Identify key aspects of the Jefferson administration and the development of the Supreme Court

·         Notes and discussion – The Courts

·         Supreme court activity – teaching resources p. 20

·         Take notes and participate in discussion

·         Complete Supreme Court activity

·         Supreme Court activity will be a class work grade



Lesson Plans CP US History Sept 8-12
Due Date: 9/9/2014
Subject: U.S. History CP

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC CP

Period(s): 1 3 and 6 Chapter 4 and 5

Week of: Sept. 8-12 Day #13-17

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday #13

USHC 1.3

·         Evaluate the motivations for writing the Declaration of Independence and analyze the structure of the document

·         Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the colonists entering the Revolutionary War, the reasons for their victory, and the effects of their victory

·         Collect 3-3 through 4-2 Guided Reading

·         Notes / discussion of Revolutionary War

·         Assign reading from 4-4 (p.123-127) Effects of the War

·         Distribute study guide for Wednesday’s test

·         Take notes and participate in discussion of Revolutionary War

·         4-4 Reading Assignment

Tuesday #14

 

·         Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the colonists entering the Revolutionary War, the reasons for their victory, and the effects of their victory

·         Finish Rev. War Discussion

·         Check / correct guided reading 3-4 through 4-4

 

·         Complete the notes and discussion of the Rev.War

·         Correct their work from text 3-4-4-4

·         Begin studying

 

Wednesday #15

USHC 1.1-1.3

 

·         Test (Objectives 1.1 – 1.3)

·         Assign Constitution Era vocab and 5-1 reading (due Friday)

·         Take 1.1 – 1.3 Test

·         Test

·         Vocab (due Friday)

·         5-1 Reading (due Friday)

Thursday #16

 

·         Describe the events of the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks and their place in the global war on terror

·         Sept. 11 Lesson for Patriots Day – as instructed by dept. chair

 

 

Friday #17

    

USHC 1.4

·         Analyze the Articles of Confederations and the dissatisfactions with that plan of government

·         Collect vocabulary and 5-1 Guided Reading

·         Political Cartoon #13 “The Critical Period”

·         Graphic Organizer and Notes: The Articles of Confederation

·         Analyze the symbols and message of Cartoon #13

·         Complete graphic organizer “Articles of Confederation

·         Guided reading and vocab will be collected

* All plans are subject to change. Student progress will be monitored and adjustments will be made.



Lesson Plans Honors US History Sept 8-12
Due Date: 9/9/2014
Subject: U.S. History Honors

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC Honors

Period(s): 1     Chapter 4 and 5

Week of: Sept. 8-12 Day #13-17

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday #13

USHC 1.3

·         Evaluate the motivations for writing the Declaration of Independence and analyze the structure of the document

·         Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the colonists entering the Revolutionary War, the reasons for their victory, and the effects of their victory

·         Discussion of Declaration of Independence based on Friday’s group work

·         Notes / discussion of Revolutionary War

·         Assign reading from 4-3 and 4-4 (p.123-127) Effects of the War

·         Evaluate the motivations for writing the Declaration of Independence and analyze the structure of the document in a discussion

·         Take notes and participate in discussion of Revolutionary War

·         4-4 Reading Assignment

Tuesday #14

 

·         Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the colonists entering the Revolutionary War, the reasons for their victory, and the effects of their victory

·         Finish Rev. War Discussion

·         Check / correct guided reading 3-4 through 4-4

·         Distribute study topic list

·         Complete the notes and discussion of the Rev.War

·         Correct their work from text 3-4-4-4

·         Begin studying

 

Wednesday #15

USHC 1.1-1.3

 

·         Test (Objectives 1.1 – 1.3)

·         Assign Constitution Era vocab and 5-1 reading (due Friday)

·         Take 1.1 – 1.3 Test

·         Test

·         Vocab (due Friday)

·         5-1 Reading (due Friday)

Thursday #16

 

·         Describe the events of the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks and their place in the global war on terror

·         Sept. 11 Lesson for Patriots Day – as instructed by dept. chair

 

 

Friday #17

    

USHC 1.4

·         Analyze the Articles of Confederations and the dissatisfactions with that plan of government

·         Collect vocabulary and 5-1 Guided Reading

·         Political Cartoon #13 “The Critical Period”

·         Graphic Organizer and Notes: The Articles of Confederation

·         Analyze the symbols and message of Cartoon #13

·         Complete graphic organizer “Articles of Confederation

·         Guided reading and vocab will be collected

* All plans are subject to change. Student progress will be monitored and adjustments will be made.



AP World Lesson Plans 9/8-9/12
Due Date: 9/9/2014
Subject: AP World History

Teacher: Kibler

Course: AP World History

Period(s): 4,5 Chapter 4

Week of: Sept. 8-12, 2014   Day#13-17

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday #13

Key Concepts

2.1-2.

·         Trace the development of Greek and Roman civilization in the Classical period

·         Discuss the significant political, social, religious, and economic features of classical Greece and Rome

·         Identify the influences of Greece and Rome on other classical age civilizations

·         Compare and contrast Classical Greek civilization with Rome

·         Whole group discussion of thesis sentence assignment with time in class for one on one writing conferences

·         Assign classical civilizations chart

·         Conduct make-up quizzes in class for students absent on Friday

·         Spend ten minutes filling out the Greece and Rome chart from memory and then use the book to fill in gaps

·         Meet with the instructor if necessary about thesis sentence assignment.

·         Finish Chart if necessary

Tuesday #14

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         Trace the development of Greek and Roman civilization in the Classical period

·         Discuss the significant political, social, religious, and economic features of classical Greece and Rome

·         Identify the influences of Greece and Rome on other classical age civilizations

·         Compare and contrast Classical Greek civilization with Rome

·         Go over chapter 3 quiz

·         Begin discussion Greek and Roman politics

·         Assign “Pericles Funeral Oration” reading and response writing

·         Check correct quizzes

·         Participate in discussion of Greece and Rome

·         Read Pericles Funeral Oration and answer questions

Wednesday #15

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         Trace the development of Greek and Roman civilization in the Classical period

·         Discuss the significant political, social, religious, and economic features of classical Greece and Rome

·         Identify the influences of Greece and Rome on other classical age civilizations

Compare and contrast Classical Greek civilization with Rome

·         Complete chart discussion of Greece and Rome

·         Assign Slavery reading p. 32 with “guide” questions

·         Participate in chart discussion

·         Complete

Thursday #16

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         Trace the development of Greek and Roman civilization in the Classical period

·         Discuss the significant political, social, religious, and economic features of classical Greece and Rome

·         Identify the influences of Greece and Rome on other classical age civilizations

Compare and contrast Classical Greek civilization with Rome

·         Quiz on chapter 4 which will include slavery questions as well as text material

·         Assign p. 92-98 in text with appropriate guided reading questions

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Friday #17

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         Trace the development of Greek and Roman civilization in the Classical period

·         Discuss the significant political, social, religious, and economic features of classical Greece and Rome

·         Identify the influences of Greece and Rome on other classical age civilizations

Compare and contrast Classical Greek civilization with Rome

·         Check and correct assigned guided reading questions.

·         Assign p. 98-103 with appropriate questions

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* All plans are subject to change. Student progress will be monitored and adjustments will be made.



Lesson Plans AP World History Sept. 2-5
Due Date: 9/2/2014
Subject: AP World History

Teacher: Kibler

Course: AP World History

Period(s): 4,5 Chapter 3

Week of: Sept. 1-5, 2014   Day#9-12

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday

 

·         Labor Day

·         Labor Day

·         Labor Day

·         Labor Day

Tuesday #9

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         Trace the development of Indian civilization in the Classical period

·         Discuss the significant political, social, religious, and economic features of classical India

·         Identify Indian influences on other classical age civilizations

·         Contrast Indian Classical age civilization with China

·         Identify major political and physical features of India on a map

·         Video Clip Histories Ancient LegaciesIII: Japan and India (7:05 – 16:37)

·         Lead PPT based discussion on India

·         Turn in chapter 3 identifications

·         Take notes and participate in discussion centered on video clip and PPT

·         Set up a time to make up Chapter 2 Quiz if they were absent on Friday

·         Chapter 3 IDs will be a minor assessment grade

Wednesday #10

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

·         The goals listed for Tuesday are the goals for the entire week

·         Go over Chapter 2 China Quiz

·         Lead PPT based discussion on India

·         Explain India PPT assignment

·         Correct Chapter 2 Quiz questions

·         Take notes and participate in discussion centered on video clip and PPT

·         Turn in chapter 3 guided reading

·         Chapter 3 Guided Reading will be a minor assessment grade

Thursday #11

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

The goals listed for Tuesday are the goals for the entire week

·         Complete PPT based discussion on India

·         Go over Chapter 3 Guided reading questions

·         Take notes and participate in discussion centered on PPT

·         Correct Chapter 3 Questions

·          

Friday #12

Key Concepts

2.1-2.3

The goals listed for Tuesday are the goals for the entire week

·         Administer Chapter 3 Quiz

·         Assign Chapter 4 Work

·         Take Chapter 3 Quiz

·         PPT due

·         Chapter 3 Quiz

* All plans are subject to change. Student progress will be monitored and adjustments will be made.



Lesson Plans Honors U.S. History Sept.2-5
Due Date: 9/2/2014
Subject: U.S. History Honors

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC Honors

Period(s): 1     Chapter 3 and 4

Week of: Sept. 1-5 Day #9-12

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday

 

·         Labor Day

·         Labor Day

·         Labor Day

Labor Day

Tuesday #9

USHC 1.2

·         Describe the influences of the British political system on the government ultimately established in America.

·         Identify important events leading to the Declaration of Independence starting with the French and Indian War

·         Discuss answers to student work on Chapter 3, Sec. 3 of blue text

·         Lead discussion and notes that analyze the significance of Magna Carta and English Bill of Rights

·         Assign Chapter 3-4 through 4-2 Reading

·         Participate in discussion of Magna Carta and English Bill of Rights

·         Begin work on 3-4 through 4-2 Reading

Informal assessment of understanding based in discussion of Magna Carta and English Bill of Rights

Wednesday #10

USHC 1.2

USHC 1.3

·         Describe the influences of the British political system on the government ultimately established in America.

·         Identify important events leading to the Declaration of Independence

·         Lead notes and discussion on French and Indian War and Events leading to Declaration of Independence

·         Assign Chapter 3-4 through 4-2 Guided Reading

 

·         Take notes on discussion of Events leading to Declaration of Independence

·         Begin working on 3-4 through 4-2 guided reading (time permitting)

·          

Thursday #11

USHC 1.2

USHC 1.3

·         Describe the purpose, structure and impact of the Declaration of Independence

·         Collect Chapter 3-4 through 4-2 Guided Reading

·         Lead brief notes / discussion of Dec. of Ind.

·         Declaration of Ind. Analysis activity

 

·         Analyze the component parts of the Declarations of Independence

·         3-4 through 4-2 Guided Reading

Friday #12

     USHC 1.2

USHC 1.3

·         Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the colonists entering the Revolutionary War, the reasons for their victory, and the effects of their victory

·         Introduce Revolutionary War Quote for warm-up activity

·         Notes / discussion of Revolutionary War

Evaluate a quote criticizing King George III.

Take notes and participate in discussion of Revolutionary War

·         Warm up quote evaluation will receive a class work grade

* All plans are subject to change. Student progress will be monitored and adjustments will be made.



Lesson Plans CP U.S. History
Due Date: 9/2/2014
Subject: U.S. History CP

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC CP

Period(s): 1     Chapter 3

Week of: Sept. 1-5 Day #9-12

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday

 

·         Labor Day

·         Labor Day

·         Labor Day

Labor Day

Tuesday #9

USHC 1.2

USHC 1.3

·         Describe the influences of the British political system on the government ultimately established in America.

·         Identify important events leading to the Declaration of Independence

·         Monitor student work on Chapter 3, Section 3

·         Guided notes and discussion of Magna Carta and English Bill of Rights

 

·         Finish Chapter 3, Section 3 Guided Reading

Chapter 3, Sec 3 Guided Reading will be a class work grade

Wednesday #10

USHC 1.2

·         Describe the influences of the British political system on the government ultimately established in America.

·         Identify important events leading to the Declaration of Independence

·         Lead notes and discussion on Events leading to Declaration of Independence

·         Assign 3-4 through 4-2 Guided Reading (Red text)

 

·         Take notes on and discuss events leading to the Declaration of Independence

·         Begin 3-4 through 4-2 Guided Reading

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Thursday #11

USHC 1.2

USHC 1.3

·         Identify important events leading to the Declaration of Independence

·         Present Schlesinger DVD clip 1:19 – 13:52

·         Monitor and assist students as they complete 4-1 and 4-2 guided reading

 

·         Students will finish the 4-1 and 4-2 guided reading

·          

Friday #12

     USHC 1.2

USHC 1.3

·         Describe the purpose, structure and impact of the Declaration of Independence

·         Provide correct answers as students correct 4-1 and 4-2 guided reading

·         Lead brief notes / discussion of Dec. of Ind.

·         Declaration of Ind. Analysis activity

 

·         Correct guided reading

·         Analyze the component parts of the Declarations of Independence

·         Dec. of Ind. Analysis will be a classwork grade.

* All plans are subject to change. Student progress will be monitored and adjustments will be made.



Lesson Plans Honors US History Aug 25-29
Due Date: 8/25/2014
Subject: U.S. History Honors

Teacher: Kibler

Course: USHC Honors

Period(s): 1     Chapter 3

Week of: Aug. 25-29 Day #4-8

 

 

Standards

Goals

As a result of this lesson the student will be able to:

Instructional Strategies

What the teacher will do to ensure the student meets the goals:

Activities

The student will:

Homework & Assessment

Student achievement will be measured by:

Monday 4

USHC 1.1

·         Identify the 3 colonial regions and locations of the colonies

·         Identify major characteristics of the colonies

·         Teach colonial map with emphasis on items to be covered in tomorrow’s discussion

·         Monitor and assist students with colonial chart

·         Complete map

·         Finish chart from Friday

Complete chart if necessary.

Tuesday 5

USHC 1.1

•           Identify the 3 colonial regions and locations of the colonies

•           Identify major characteristics of the colonies

·         Review map with students

·         Discuss Puritans and the three colonial regions

·         Complete map warm up

·         Add any needed info to chart based on discussion

Chapter 2/3 chart will checked and receive a classwork grade

Wednesday 6

USHC 1.1

·         Identify the 3 colonial regions and locations of the colonies

·         Identify major characteristics of the colonies

·         Finish discussion of the three colonial regions

·         Assign Chapter 2/3 guided readings

·         Finish colonial regions notes

·         Complete Chapter 2/3 guided reading

·          

Thursday 7

USHC 1.1

·         Identify the 3 colonial regions and locations of the colonies

·         Identify major characteristics of the colonies

·         Map practice

·         Schlesinger DVD “The Era of Colonialization”

·         Review

·         Map practice

·         Take video notes

·          

Friday 8

     USHC 1.1

·         Identify the 3 colonial regions and locations of the colonies

·         Identify major characteristics of the colonies

·         Indentify early events on the road to independence

·         Chapter 2 and 3 Quiz

·         Begin discussion of the Events Leading to the Declaration of Independence.

Complete quiz

Begin notes and discussion on events leading to the Declaration of Independence

·         Quiz

* All plans are subject to change. Student progress will be monitored and adjustments will be made.