Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Daily Agenda...1 October 2014

Advanced US History...

  • People of the Civil War Presentation
  • Quiz
  • Read The Devil's Own Day for Thursday
  • Random Map Quiz on Friday...absolutely no excuse to not know the states and capitals at this point.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Daily Agenda...30 September 2014

Advanced US History.....

  • Complete the WS over yesterday's the completed WS in the black tray.
  • Read Lincoln's Feisty Foil for tomorrow
  • We are going to the IMC to work on the people.  Each of you will be assigned one of the people.  I have already shared the Google Presentation with need to provide a picture and information.  This is due by the beginning of class tomorrow...Wednesday.  Twenty points possible!
  • When you are finished...we do have a Random Map Quiz on Friday.  You might want to review!  States & Capitals Quizlet & States Game

Monday, September 29, 2014

Daily Agenda...29 September 2014

Advanced US History...

  • Begin Civil War Unit
    • I have shared the MI-P-SA as well as "Ten Costliest Battles" document via Drive
  • Read Advantages of the North and South and fill out the chart
  • Read Engineering the Union's Victory & Where Rebels Won for prepared to answer questions!
  • Random Map Quiz on Friday.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Daily Agenda...25 September 2014

Adv US History...

  • Finish Road to War Lecture
  • Test tomorrow:  
    • Timeline
    • Be able to describe the event & the role it played in starting the war - I pick the topics!
    • Be able to label a map of the Confederacy and Border States

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Daily Agenda...24 September 2014

Advanced US History...

  • Read Excerpts from Uncle Tom's Cabin and answer the have the first 10-15 minutes.
  • Continuing Road to war...Comp of 1850 - Dred Scott Decision.
  • Scott v Sanford WS...due Thursday. 
  • Test on Friday.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Daily Agenda...23 September 2014

Advanced US History...

  • You have The Underground Railroad in Illinois on your and then use the map on the back and try to map out the paths traveled by escaped slaves through our have about 10 minutes
  • Read Some Partisan Fights Never EndWilmot's ProvisoThree Senatorial Giants, & The Compromise of 1850 for Wednesday...seems like more than it is;
  • Lecture notes...
  • Test over Road to War will be Friday;
  • Because it is Homecoming week, I am combining the "Random Map Quiz" with the test...What states/capitals could I possibly ask that relate to this unit?  Stop and think about it before you stress too much.