Course description:





The United States Supreme Court (image from commons.wikimedia.com)
The United States Supreme Court (image from commons.wikimedia.com)

Ancient Greece

Where do we see Ancient Greece today?

Key Concept: Systems

Objectives: A-D

AOI: Health & Social Education

ATL: Transfer

Learner Profile: Thinkers



LOGBOOK

ASSESSMENTS

  1. Quiz
  2. Current event
  3. Greek cube (Summative)

RESOURCES

STUDENT WORK

REFLECTIONS




John Trumbull's "Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776" (Image from history.org)
John Trumbull's "Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776" (Image from history.org)

The American RevolutionWho's a patriot? Who's a terrorist?

Key Concept: Change

Objectives: A-D

AOI: Health & Social Education

ATL: Information Literacy

Learner Profile: Risk-Takers


LOGBOOK

  • Week One: Who were the founders of the revolution?
  • Week Two-Three: What were the causes of the revolution (Triangle Trade, Stamp Act, French and Indian War, Intolerable Acts, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Declaration of Independence)?
  • Week Four: Current events on political protests
  • Week Five: Researching key battles
  • Week Six: Birth of a nation

ASSESSMENTS

RESOURCES

STUDENT WORK

REFLECTIONS

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Creating dating profiles for the founders of the American Revolution




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How do we study and understand the world?

Key Concept: Time, Place, Space

Objectives: A1, A2; B1, B2; D2, D3

AOI: Environments

ATL: Communication

Learner Profile: Knowledgeable


LOGBOOK

  • Week One: Maps and atlases
  • Week Two: Longitude and latitude
  • Week Three: Five themes of geography
  • Week Four: Time zones
  • Week Five: Country research project rehearsal
  • Week Six: Country research project opening night

ASSESSMENTS

RESOURCES

STUDENT WORK

REFLECTIONS