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Mr. Hofer's Lesson Plans for the Week of October 17th, 2016

Week of 10/17/16

 

(American History)

Block 2

 

(Geography)

Block 3

 

(US Government)

Block 4

MONDAY

Objective: Students will analyze the United States' gun debate. Students will understand major domestic events taking place during the administration of Bill Clinton.

Watch: Bowling for Columbine

Objective: Students will be able to identify western European countries on a map. Students will understand how the Roman Empire shaped the political and cultural geography of Europe.

Mapping Activity

Notes

Weekly Reading: Chapter 12

Reading Review: pg. 298, #1-4, 6 & 8
pg. 303, #5 & 7
pg. 309, #2,3,5-7
pg. 316, #2-5, 7-9    Due Thursday

Begin Immigrant Project

Content Quiz

Objectives: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the legislative process. Students will understand the basics of fiscal responsibility. Students will apply their knowledge of fiscal responsibility to a competitive activity.

Play Budgetball

Weekly Reading: Chapter 11

TUESDAY

Objective: Students will analyze the United States' gun debate. Students will understand major domestic events taking place during the administration of Bill Clinton. Students will understand the impact of NAFTA on the American economy. Students will understand the impact of the dot-com bubble on the economy of the 1990s/early 2000s

Watch: Bowling for Columbine

Bowling for Columbine WS, Due

Objective: Students will be able to identify western European countries on a map. Students will understand how the Roman Catholic Church shaped the political and cultural geography of Europe. Students will understand what the Reformation was and how it changed the political and cultural geography of Europe.

History of Christianity in Europe Assignment, Due Wednesday

Objective: Students will understand the budgetary powers of the legislative branch.

 

Notes

WEDNESDAY

Objectives: Students will identify and understand major domestic issues of the 1990s including: "Don't Ask Don't Tell," the LA Riots, and health care reform.

Notes

History of Christianity in Europe Assignment, Due

Objective: Students will understand the causes of the Great Migration. Students will analyze the Great Migration's affect on European nations and the United States. Students will research first-person migration accounts.

Project work day

Objectives: Students will understand the implicit powers of the legislative branch. 

Notes

 

 

THURSDAY

Content and Current Events Quiz

Content and Current Events Quiz

Western Europe Map Quiz

Objective: Students will understand the causes of the Great Migration. Students will analyze the Great Migration's affect on European nations and the United States. Students will research first-person migration accounts.

Project work day

Content and Current Events Quiz

Objectives: Students will begin a civic service project (Veterans' Day planning)

 

FRIDAY

Fall Break, No School

Fall Break, No School

Fall Break, No School