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Mr. Hofer's Lesson Plans for the Week of February 20th, 2017

Week of 

 

(Modern Problems)

Block 1

 

(American History)

Block 2

 

(Psychology)

Block 4 

MONDAY

Objectives: Students will identify another debate topic of substantial and suitable academic value. Students will begin researching the following topic statement,"This house believes that the war on terrorism can only be won through the use of soft power."

3 Sources - Due Wednesday

Objective: Students will understand actions that were taken against Japanese-American citizens in the wake of Pearl Harbor. Students will analyze parallels between these events 75 years ago and events taking place in the United States today. Students will understand the story of the SS St. Louis; a ship carrying over 900 Jewish refugees that were seeking sanctuary in Cuba and the United States. Students will analyze comparisons between Jewish refugees of WWII and Syrian refugees of today.

 

Read: Script for the play, "937"

 

 

 

Objectives: Students will be introduced to Classical Conditioning

 

Notes

TUESDAY

 

Objective:Students will begin researching the following topic statement,"This house believes that the war on terrorism can only be won through the use of soft power."

 

Objective: students will analyze US foreign policy during the 1990s, specifically towards African nations like Somalia and Rwanda.

Notes

Objective: Students will review their understanding of classical conditioning. Students will observe the application of Classical conditioning as it pertains to pet training.

 

Watch: Dog Whisperer

 

1WEDNESDAY

3 Sources - Due

Objective: Students will collect information on their research topic. Students will begin constructing their contentions for their world schools debate.

15 notecards, Due Friday

Objectives: Students will review unit concepts, objectives, and vocabulary.

Unit Jeopardy Review

 

Test Friday

Objectives: Students will understand operant conditioning.

 

 

THURSDAY

Objective: Students will collect information on their research topic. Students will begin constructing their contentions for their world schools debate.

Objectives: Students will review unit concepts, objectives, and vocabulary. Students will analyze American foreign policy towards Rwanda


Watch: Hotel Rwanda

Objective: Students will understand the strengths and weaknesses of different reinforcement schedules.

Activity: Reinforcement schedule games

FRIDAY

15 notecards, Due 

Objective: Students will collect information on their research topic. Students will begin constructing their contentions for their world schools debate.

Objectives: Students will demonstrate their mastery of unit concepts, vocab, and objectives.

 

Test

Chapter 2 Concepts and Vocab, Due

Objective: demonstrate comprehension of weekly objectives.

Content Quiz

Activity: Reinforcement schedule games