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Mr. Hofer's Lesson Plans for the Week of December 5th, 2016

Week of 12/5/16

 

(American History)

Block 2 

 

(Geography)

Block 3 

 

(Government)

Block 4

MONDAY

Objective: students will assess the Vietnam War from a first-person persepective

Guest Speaker: Erroll Johnson, Vietnam veteran

Assignment: Gulf of Tonkin, Due Tuesday

Objective: Students will understand the basic tennants of Islam. Students will apply their understanding of Islamic teachings to an art project

Notes

Continue with Intro to Islam Packet

Begin Arabesque Project, Due Friday

 

 

Objective: Students will understand how organizational limits check and balance the executive branch. Students will review significant cabinet positions.

Notes

Beauracracy and Organizational Limits on the Executive Branch Worksheets, Due

 

Test packet available

TUESDAY

Objectives: Students will analyze the ethical controversies of the Vietnam War; their causes; and their impact on American history.

Notes

Gulf of Tonkin Assignment, Due

Objective: Students will memorize the location of North African and Middle Eastern countries. Students will research the policial geography of the Middle East.

Governments of the Middle East Assignment, Due Wednesday

Executive Branch Jeopardy Review

 

Objective: Students will review major unit concepts, vocabulary, and objectives.

WEDNESDAY

Objectives: Students will analyze the ethical controversies of the Vietnam War; their causes; and their impact on American history.

The Draft and the Tet Offensive

Objective: Students will memorize the location of North African and Middle Eastern countries. Students will research the policial geography of the Middle East.

Governments of the Middle East Assignment, Due

Executive Branch Unit Test

Objective: Students will demonstrate their mastery of the unit content.

THURSDAY

Objectives: Students understand the outcome of the Vietnam War and its legacy.

Objectives: Students will continue working on their arabesque art project. Students will review the locations of Middle Eastern nations and physical features.

Objectives: Students will be introduced to the judicial branch of government.

Article III Assignment, Due Friday

FRIDAY

Objectives: Students will demonstrate their comprehension of the week's objectives and current events.

Content and Current Events Quiz

Objectives: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the physical and political features of the Middle East.

Content and Current Events Quiz

Arabesques, Due

Objective: Students will be introduced to the concept of "judicial review." Students will understand the influence of John Marshall and Marbury v. Madison.

Notes

   - Record lesson