This week in history we will be starting a new Unit on the European exploration that leads to the creation of the United States. It will be a busy one.
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The game plan for the week is as follows…..
Monday: West Africa (Homework Issued)
Tuesday: Achieve 3000
Wednesday: A review of previous content. (Mr Schwartz PD)
Thursday: Motivating Factors of exploration
Friday: Obstacles and Accomplishments of exploration (Homework Due)
Homework Week of September 25th
This week in history students will complete USI.3abc (Archaeology and Native Americans, and Resources). The week will include a performance based assignment midweek, as well as a traditional test on Friday. A study guide has been attached. (The test date on the bottom may be different, but the test will be 9/22) Homework will be issued on Monday and will be due back on Friday. Students may use the resources on my site to start preparing for the test. (Quizlet, Check for Mastery, Games)Here is the game plan for the week:
Monday: Students complete Schoology Native American Folder
Tuesday: Project Based Assignment (Native Americans)
Wednesday: Project Based Assignment (Native Americans)
Thursday: Review USI.3abc
Friday: Native Americans Test
Homework Week of September 18th
Native Americans Study Guide
This week in history we are going to look at Native American tribes that first inhabited our continent. We will also look at the way they used the resources to survive and thrive. There will not be any tests or quizzes this week, but there will be plenty of notes, and a homework assignment. Let’s have a great week.
Monday: Archaeology (Homework Issued)
Tuesday: Reading Program (Achieve 3000)
Thursday: Native Americans
Friday: Native Americans (Homework Due)
Homework Week of September 11th
This week in history is a short one, however we will be busy. The week will bring our Geography Unit to a conclusion. A lot of work will be done in class to bring us to that point. Let’s take a look at the game plan:
Monday: No School Labor Day (Celebrate! No homework on a short week!)
Tuesday: Review Geographic Regions
Wednesday: Review Geographic Regions
Thursday: Review all of Geography
Friday: Test USI.2abcd (All Geography)
This will be our first major test of the year. Though there is no homework, all students are strongly encouraged to use my website nschwartz.blogs.ccps.us to prepare for the test using the online notebook, Quizlet, Games, and Check for Mastery. We are building champions!
This week in history we will have our first quiz on The continents, oceans, and other major bodies of water. There will be homework issued on Monday, and due back on Friday. Here is the game plan for the week:
Monday: Review USI.2abd (Homework Assigned)
Tuesday: Quiz USI.abd
Wednesday: Geograpghic Regions (east)
Thursday: Geographic Regions (west)
Friday: Geographic Regions review (Homework Due)
Homework Week of August 28th
This week in History, history will actually made when a partial solar eclipse will be visible from Va. As for our History class we will begin to get into the meat of our Geography Unit. This will occur after Mondays Student Growth Assessment. (This will not count toward the students grade—it is the “before” picture in our years work. The plan for the week ahead is….
Mon: Student Growth Assessment 1 (Homework Issued)
Tuesday: Land and Water Formations
Wednesday: Continents and Oceans
Thursday: Major Bodies of Water
Friday: Major Bodies of Water (Homework Due)
Homework Week of August 21st
Happy New Year! I’d like to welcome all the new 6th grade CMS Eagles to the nest. This year we have a lot of great topics to discuss and debate. I am looking forward to meeting and getting to know each of you.
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