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Classwork 5/30

Government:

Objectives: Review for Final for the remainder of the year.

Classwork 5/23

Government:

Objectives: Review for Final for the remainder of the year.

Classwork 5/16

Government:

Objectives: Describe the governments of Western Europe and the changes in the governments of Russia and the Eastern European countries. Describe the governments of Asia, Canada, Mexico, Africa, the Middle East and their relationship with the United States.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 345-348 and Questions: Packet: 6

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 349-353 and Questions. Packet: 7

Wednesday: pgs 356-357---REVIEW---TEST TMRW Packet: none

Thursday: CHPT 15 TEST Packet: none

Friday: Final Exam Review ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Classwork 5/9

Government:

Objectives: Describe the governments of Western Europe and the changes in the governments of Russia and the Eastern European countries. Describe the governments of Asia, Canada, Mexico, Africa, the Middle East and their relationship with the United States.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 324-326 and Questions: Packet: 1

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 327-329 and Questions. Packet: 2

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 330-334 and Questions. Packet: 3

Thursday: Vocab pgs. 335-338: and Questions. Packet: 4

Friday: Vocab pgs. 339-344 and Questions. Packet: 5 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Classwork 5/2

Government:

Objectives: Identify goals of the US foreign policy. Describe international trade and US trade policies. Identify key international trade organizations. Explain how national and international security are maintained. Explain the purpose and work the United Nations.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 310-313 and Questions: Packet: 4

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 314-317 and Questions. Packet: 5

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 320-321: Review---TEST TMRW Packet: none

Thursday: CHPT 14 TEST Packet: none

Friday: Vocab pgs. 324-326 and Questions. Packet: 1 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Classwork 4/25

Government:

Objectives: Identify goals of the US foreign policy. Describe international trade and US trade policies. Identify key international trade organizations. Explain how national and international security are maintained. Explain the purpose and work the United Nations.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 296-297 and Questions: REVIEW----TEST TMRW Packet: Finish

Tuesday: Vocab CHPT 13 TEST. Packet: none

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 300-302 and Questions. Packet: 1

Thursday: Vocab pgs. 303-305 and Questions. Packet: 2----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Friday: Vocab pgs. 306-309 and Questions. Packet: 3

Classwork 4/18

Government:

Objectives: Describe economics, its development, and how goods and services are produced. Identify the economic systems used by countries throughout the world. Describe the economy of the United States. Explain the government’s role in the American economy.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 274-277 and Questions. Packet: 1

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 278-280 and Questions. Packet: 2

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 281-284 and Questions. Packet: 3

Thursday: Vocab pgs. 285-289 and Questions. Packet: 4----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Friday: Vocab pgs. 290-293 and Questions. Packet: 35

Classwork 4/11

Government:

Objectives: Explain the purpose of political parties and identify the two major political parties. Give reasons why minor parties are important. Name types of primary elections. Describe national political conventions. Describe voting steps in the election process.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 259-261 and Questions. Packet: 4

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 262-264 and Questions. Packet: 5 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 265-267 and Questions. Packet: 6

Thursday: CHPT 12 REVIEW----TEST TMRW

Friday: CHPT 12 TEST.

Classwork 3/21

Government:

Objectives: Explain the purpose of political parties and identify the two major political parties. Give reasons why minor parties are important. Name types of primary elections. Describe national political conventions. Describe voting steps in the election process.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 238-239 and Questions. Packet: 8

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 242-243 REVIEW-----TEST TOMORROW Packet: none ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. CHPT 11 TEST Packet: none

Thursday: PBS Video and 5 Facts

Friday: No SCHOOL

Classwork 3/14

Government:

Objectives: Explain the purpose of political parties and identify the two major political parties. Give reasons why minor parties are important. Name types of primary elections. Describe national political conventions. Describe voting steps in the election process.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 230-233 and Questions. Packet: 6

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 234-237 and Questions. Packet: 7

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 238-239 and Questions. Packet: 8

Thursday: Vocab pgs. 242-243 REVIEW-----TEST TOMORROW Packet: none ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Friday: Vocab pgs. CHPT 11 TEST Packet: none

Classwork 3/7

Government:

Objectives: Explain the purpose of political parties and identify the two major political parties. Give reasons why minor parties are important. Name types of primary elections. Describe national political conventions. Describe voting steps in the election process.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 230-233 and Questions. Packet: 6

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 234-237 and Questions. Packet: 7

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 238-239 and Questions. Packet: 8

Thursday: Vocab pgs. 242-243 REVIEW-----TEST TOMORROW Packet: none ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Friday: Vocab pgs. CHPT 11 TEST Packet: none

Classwork 2/29

Government:

Objectives: Explain the purpose of political parties and identify the two major political parties. Give reasons why minor parties are important. Name types of primary elections. Describe national political conventions. Describe voting steps in the election process.

Monday: Vocab pgs. 214-216 and Questions. Packet: 1

Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 217-219 and Questions. Packet: 2

Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 220-222 and Questions. Packet: 3

Thursday: Vocab pgs. 223-225 and Questions. Packet: 4 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts

Friday: Vocab pgs. 226-229 and Questions. Packet: 5

Classwork 2/22
Government:
 
Objectives: Explain the purpose of political parties and identify the two major political parties.  Give reasons why minor parties are important.  Name types of primary elections.  Describe national political conventions.  Describe voting steps in the election process.
 
Monday: 210-211 Review.  TEST TMRW.  Packet: none
 
Tuesday: CHPT 10 TEST.  Packet: none
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 214-216 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 217-219 and Questions. Packet: 2 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts
 
Friday: No School.
Classwork 2/15
Government:
 
Objectives: Explain the process Congress uses to admit new states. Describe the ways territories, commonwealths and states differ. Identify the ways state governments are similar to the federal government. Explain how states raise and spend money. Identify branches of state government and describe their responsibilities.
 
Monday: NO SCHOOL.
 
Tuesday: CHPT 9 Review pgs. 194-195. Test TMRW.  Packet: Finish
 
Wednesday: CHPT 9 TEST Packet: None
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 198-200 and Questions. Packet: 1 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 201-207 and Questions. Packet: 2
Classwork 2/8
Government:
 
Objectives: Explain the process Congress uses to admit new states. Describe the ways territories, commonwealths and states differ. Identify the ways state governments are similar to the federal government. Explain how states raise and spend money. Identify branches of state government and describe their responsibilities.
 
Monday: Vocab pgs. 176-177 and Questions. Packet: 3
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 178-180 and Questions. Packet: 4
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 182-183 and Questions. Packet: 5
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 184-187 and Questions. Packet: 6 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 188-191 and Questions. Packet: 7
Classwork 2/1
Government:
 
Objectives: Explain the process Congress uses to admit new states.  Describe the ways territories, commonwealths and states differ.  Identify the ways state governments are similar to the federal government.  Explain how states raise and spend money.  Identify branches of state government and describe their responsibilities.
 
Monday: 166-167 Review. Test TMRW
 
Tuesday:  CHPT 8 TEST.
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 170-171 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 172-175 and Questions. Packet: 2 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 176-180 and Questions.  Packet: 3 and 4
 
Classwork 1/26
Government:
 
 Objectives: Identify that the judicial branch can decide if the Constitution is being followed.  Explain the cases heard by federal courts.  Explain how the United States Supreme Court works. Describe the importance of the Supreme Court's decisions.  Explain how the Supreme Court can bring changes to the Constitution.
 
Monday: No School
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 152-154 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 155-157 and Questions. Packet: 2
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 158-163 and Questions. Packet: 3 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 166-167 Review. TEST MONDAY  Packet: none
Classwork 1/19
 Objectives:
 
Government: Explain the purpose of the independent agencies and their purpose within the executive branch.  Identify and describe the activities of several regulatory commissions and agencies.
 
Monday: No School
 
Tuesday:  Vocab pgs. 142-145 and Questions. Packet: 3
 
Wednesday: pgs. 148-149 Review:   TEST TMRW
 
Thursday: CHPT 7 TEST
 
Friday: No School
Classwork 1/11
Objectives:
 
Government: Explain the purpose of the independent agencies and their purpose within the executive branch.  Identify and describe the activities of several regulatory commissions and agencies.
 
Monday: CHPT 5 TEST
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 136-138 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 139-141 and Questions. Packet: 2
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 142-145 and Questions. Packet: 3 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 148-149 Review. TEST MONDAY  Packet: none
EXAM WEEK 12/14
Government: Describe the executive branch as the branch of the government that carries out laws made by congress. Explain the process used to elect the president. Identify duties of the president. Explain how the power of the president has changed since the Constitution was written. Explain what happens if the presidents' office becomes vacant.
 
Monday: Exam Review pages 110-111
 
Tuesday: Exam Review pages 110-111
 
Wednesday: EXAM 
 
Thursday: 
 
Friday: 
Classwork 12/7
Objectives:
Government: Describe the executive branch as the branch of the government that carries out laws made by congress.  Explain the process used to elect the president.  Identify duties of the president.  Explain how the power of the president has changed since the Constitution was written.  Explain what happens if the presidents' office becomes vacant.
 
Monday: CHPT 4 TEST
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 92-93 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 94-98 and Questions. Packet: 2
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 99-104 and Questions. Packet: 3 ----PBS Video and 5 Facts
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 105-107 and Questions.  Packet: 4
Classwork 11/30
Objectives:
Government: Identify the legislative branch as one of the three main branches of the federal government.  Explain who can be elected to the Senate and House of Reps.  Describe the work of the Senate and House of Reps.  Describe how a bill becomes a law. Identify the powers given to Congress by the Constitution.
 
Monday: Vocab pgs. 72-74 and Questions. Packet: None
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 76-82 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 83-85 and Questions. Packet: 2----PBS Video and Facts
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 88-89 REVIEW.  Packet: Finish----TEST TMRW
 
Friday: CHPT 4 TEST
Classwork 11/23
Objectives:
Government: Name the goals described in the Preamble to the US Constitution. Explain the power given to each of the three branches of the government. Identify the rights and freedoms guaranteed to American citizens by the Bill of Rights.
 
Monday: Review 68-69 Packet: Finish. TEST TMRW
 
Tuesday: CHAPTER 3 TEST
Classwork 11/16
Objectives:
Government: Name the goals described in the Preamble to the US Constitution. Explain the power given to each of the three branches of the government. Identify the rights and freedoms guaranteed to American citizens by the Bill of Rights.
 
Monday: Vocab pgs. 46-48 and Questions. Packet: None
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs.  49-50 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs.51-54 and Questions. Packet: 2
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 55-58 and Questions. Packet: 3 -----PBS VIDEO
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 59-61 and Questions. Packet 4
Classwork 11/9
Objectives:
Government: Name the goals described in the Preamble to the US Constitution.  Explain the power given to each of the three branches of the governement.  Identify the rights and freedoms guaranteed to American citizens by the Bill of Rights.
 
Monday: CHPT 2 TEST
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 46-48 and Questions. Packet: None
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 49-50 and Questions. Packet: 1
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 51-54 and Questions. Packet: 2 -----PBS VIDEO
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 55-58 and Questions. Packet: 3
Classwork 11/2
Objectives:
Government: Explain why the Articles of Confederation did not work and why a stronger plan was needed. Describe what happened at the Constitutional Convention. Name the five guiding principles use to write the Constitution. Describe the process used to ratify the Constitution. Explain why the Bill of Rights was needed.
 
Monday: Vocab pgs.32-34 and Questions Packet: 3
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs.35-39  and Questions Packet: 4
 
Wednesday: 40-41 REVIEW Packet: 5  TEST TMRW
 
Thursday: CHPT 2 TEST -----PBS VIDEO
 
Friday: NO SCHOOL
Classwork 10/26
Objectives:
 
Government: Explain why the Articles of Confederation did not work and why a stronger plan was needed.  Describe what happened  at the Constitutional Convention.  Name the five guiding principles use to write the Constitution.  Describe the process used to ratify the Constitution.  Explain why the Bill of Rights was needed.
 
Monday: REVIEW pages 20-21  Finish Packet  TEST TMRW
 
Tuesday: CHAPTER 1 TEST
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 24-25 and Questions. Packet: None
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 26-28 and Questions. Packet: 1 -----PBS VIDEO
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 29-31 and Questions. Packet: 2
 
Classwork 10/19
Objectives:
 
Government: Describe the reasons for forming the American government. Identify ways the American govt was influenced by ancient Greece and Rome.  Describe the political ideas from the 13 colonies that became part of the American govt.  Describe events that led to the American colonies' decisoin to fight for independence.  Name the basic rights stated in the Declaration of Independence.
 
Monday: Vocab pgs. 4-5 and Questions
 
Tuesday: Vocab pgs. 6-8 and Questions.
 
Wednesday: Vocab pgs. 9-11 and Questions
 
Thursday: Vocab pgs. 9-14 and Questions -----PBS VIDEO
 
Friday: Vocab pgs. 15-17 and Questions
Classwork 10/12
Objectives:
 
Government: Describe the Federal Court system and it's powers.  Explain the decision making process of the Supreme Court. 
 
Monday:  pgs. 103-105 and Questions
 
Tuesday: pgs. 106-110 and Questions.
 
Wednesday: pgs. 112-116 Outline and Discussion
 
Thursday: pgs. Government Video and Finish outline
 
Friday: pgs. 118-119 Review Questions
Classwork 10/5
Objectives: 
Government: Describe the roles of the President, Vice President and the Cabinet.  Explain the Presidential powers and different styles of leadership.
 
Monday: pgs. 84-90 and Questions.
 
Tuesday: pgs. 92-93 Review Questions
 
Wednesday: pgs. 92-93 Review Questions
 
Thursday: pgs. Government Video and Start Outline
 
Friday: pgs. 95-102 and Questions and Finish Outline
Classwork 9/28
Objectives:
Government: Explain the roles of the President and Vice President.  Describe Federal Bureaucracy; organization and civil service.
 
Monday: pgs. 63-67and Questions.
 
Tuesday: pgs. 68-71 
 
Wednesday: pgs. 72-75 and Questions
 
Thursday: pgs. Government Video
 
Friday: pgs. 76-81 and Questions
Classwork 9/21
 
Objectives:
Government: Explain the organization of congress.   Describe the development of congressional powers.
 
Monday:  pgs. 60-61, CHPT 2 REVIEW
 
Tuesday: pgs. 63-67and Questions.
 
Wednesday: pgs. 68-75 and Questions
 
Thursday: pgs. Government Video
 
Friday: pgs. 76-81 and Questions
Classwork 9/14
Objectives: 
 
Government: Explain principles, formation, and types of government. Explain the organization of Congress. Describe Congressional powers.
 
Monday: REVIEW pgs. 32-33
 
Tuesday: pgs. 35-40 and Questions.
 
Wednesday: pgs. 42-47 and Questions
 
Thursday: pgs. Government Video
 
Friday: pgs. 48-52 and Questions
Weekly Classwork 9/8
Monday:  Labor Day
 
Tuesday: pgs. 5-11
 
Wednesday: pgs. 12-17
 
Thursday: pgs. 18-24
 
Friday: pgs. 24-30.  REVIEW ON MONDAY. TEST TUESDAY.
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