For this week


This week we will study the American Revolution. You will be introduced to some tactics used during the American Revolution. We will have a test on Friday along with our current events competition.

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Upcoming Assignments

Friday, September 22, 2017

The Preamble to the Constitution is due today!Our Essential Question is “What do you know about the English colonists Becoming Americans, the French and Indian War, and how Taxes were a major cause of the American Revolution?” You will have your quiz, your essay test, and your map test on Becoming Americans, French and Indian War, and Taxes. The essay questions are: “Compare and contrast the Enlightenment with the Great Awakening. Explain what you think is the most important movement.” Also, “You are the King of Great Britain. You have won the French and Indian War. What will you do to make sure that the Indians/Native Americans will be friendly to your country in the years to come?” Also “We live in a republic in which we elect leaders to represent us in the state legislatures and the national Congress. For what reasons would you think of taking up weapons against your country?”We will end class with our Current Events Competition.

Homework:

Study the Star Spangled Banner. Read and download the American Revolution Begins Lesson Power Points and PDFs on mrhousch.com. The Essay Question is: “If it is not right to take up weapons against our country today, why was it right for American colonists to take up weapons against their fellow countrymen, the British?”.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What events led to the American Revolution?” We will review “The American Revolution Begins” Basics Lesson and the Narrative. The Essay Question is: “If it is not right to take up weapons against our country today, why was it right for American colonists to take up weapons against their fellow countrymen, the British?” We will see a video on the first battle of the American Revolution. You will be introduced to some American Revolution tactics.

Homework:

Study the Star Spangled Banner. Read and download the “Declaring Independence” Lesson Power Points/PDFs. The essay question is: “Were the Americans who rebelled against Great Britain during the American Revolution traitors?”

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Our Essential Question is “From whom or what do you want to declare your independence?” You will review the “Declaring Independence” Basics Lesson and the Narrative. The Essay question is: “Were the Americans who rebelled against Great Britain during the American Revolution traitors?” You might be declaring your independence, and you could see a movie about colonists who had to make a choice to be loyalists or patriots. If the weather is good, you might reenact a little of the Battle of Bunker Hill.

Homework:

Read and download the “American Revolution Northern Battles Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. The essay question is: “George Washington lost more battles than he won during the American Revolution. Why do many Americans consider him to have been an effective leader?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What education will you have after high school?” You will take your “college visit” today.

Homework:

Read and download the “American Revolution Northern Battles Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. The essay question is: “George Washington lost more battles than he won during the American Revolution. Why do many Americans consider him to have been an effective leader?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What battle is considered to be the “turning point” of the American Revolution?” We will review “The American Revolution Northern Battles” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “George Washington lost more battles than he won during the American Revolution. Why do many Americans consider him to have been an effective leader?” We will watch a video on George Rogers Clark. If the weather is good, we will take you outside and reenact the Battle of Bunker Hill unless we have already accomplished that.

Homework:

Read and download the “American Revolution Southern Battles” lesson Basics and Narrative power points/pdfs. The essay question is: “Why did the British decide to put money and resources into fighting the Americans in the Southern colonies?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Friday, September 29, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What were some of the Revolutionary War battles that occurred in the South?” We will review “The American Revolution Southern Battles” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “Why did the British decide to put money and resources into fighting the Americans in the Southern colonies?” If the weather is good, we will go outside and reenact the Battle of Cowpens. If not we might work on basic military drills inside the school building. We will end class with our current events competition.

Homework:

Read and download the “Yorktown” power points/pdfs. Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What was the Last Major Battle of the American Revolution?” We will review the “Yorktown” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “How did the Americans achieve Victory at Yorktown during the American Revolution?” We will watch a video on Benjamin Franklin. We will practice the Star Spangled Banner. We might see a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download “The Articles of Confederation” Lesson Basics and Narrative power points/PDFs on mrhousch.com. The Essay question is: “What are the advantages and disadvantages of a state government being mostly independent from a national government?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What were the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?” We will review “The Articles of Confederation” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson.The Essay question is: “What are the advantages and disadvantages of a state government being mostly independent from a national government?” We will perform a play on Shay’s Rebellion. We may have some time to review the Star Spangled Banner. We will watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download “The Confederation Era” lesson power points/PDFs on mrhousch.com. The Essay question is: “How did the Founding Fathers realize they needed a better national government than the Articles of Confederation was providing?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What does 40 acres look like?” We will review “The Confederation Era” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “How did the Founding Fathers realize they needed a better national government than the Articles of Confederation was providing?” If the weather is adequate we will attempt to walk outside and show you an area of 40 acres.

Homework:

Read and download the “Constitutional Convention” Lesson Basics and Narrative power points/pdfs. The Essay question is: “”What were some strengths and weaknesses of the Constitution in 1787?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Can you name a compromise in the U.S. Constitution?” We will review “The Constitutional Convention” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “”What were some strengths and weaknesses of the Constitution in 1787?” We will watch a video on the Constitutional Convention.

Homework:

Read and download the Constitution lesson power points/pdfs. The Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and weaknesses of the Constitution in 1787?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Our Essential Question is What do you know about the end of the American Revolution, the Confederation period and the Constitutional Convention? You will have your quiz, your essay test and your map test on Yorktown, The Articles of Confederation, The Confederation Era,The Constitutional Convention. The Essay Questions are: “How did the Americans achieve Victory at Yorktown?” and “What are the advantages and disadvantages of a state government being mostly independent from a national government?” and “How did the Founding Fathers realize they needed a better national government than the Articles of Confederation was providing?” and “What were some strengths and weaknesses of the Constitution in 1787?” You will study the Star Spangled Banner and the 50 States. We will end class with our current events competition.

Homework:

Read and download the Constitution lesson power points/pdfs. The Essay Question is: “What were some strengths and weaknesses of the Constitution in 1787?” Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Why did compromises lead to the adopting of our constitution?” We will review “The Constitution” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson.The Essay question is: “If you could add an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, what amendment would you add and why?” To have you become familiar with the Constitution, you will create a poster of an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that interests you.

Homework:

Become familiar with the Constitution using a version that you can find in the related documents section of The Constitution page. Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What Type of Government is the Best Government?” You will decide if you want to live in a country without any laws, or in one with very strict laws. You will receive a general understanding of the articles and amendments to the U.S. Constitution. We will watch a little of the “Roots” video. We will practice the Star Spangled Banner, and the 50 States.

Homework:

Become familiar with the Constitution using a version that you can find in the related documents section of The Constitution page. Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What are some of the Bill of Rights?” We will study some Bill of Rights court cases. We will have our current events competition.

Homework:

Read and download the Gun Control Debate materials. Research the gun control debate. Work on the Star Spangled Banner.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Should citizens not be allowed to own guns?” We will research gun control for a debate that we will have on Thursday, October 19th. We might watch a little of the “Roots” video.

Homework:

Read and download the Gun Control Debate materials. Research the gun control debate. Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Should citizens not be allowed to own guns?” We will research gun control for a debate that we will have on Thursday October 19th. We will end class with our current events competition.

Homework:

Read and download the Gun Control Debate materials. Research the gun control debate. Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Should citizens not be allowed to own guns?” We will research gun control for a debate that we will have on Thursday, October 19th. We might watch a little of the “Roots” video.

Homework:

Read and download the Gun Control Debate materials. Research the gun control debate. Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Should citizens be allowed to own guns?” We will have our gun control debate today. We might watch a little of the “Roots” video.

Homework:Study the Star Spangled Banner.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Our first Essential Question is what do you know about the history of the United States from 1796-1840? The Star Spangled Banner is Due Today! We will finish our Gun Control Debate. We will take a Pre-Test on the time period from 1796-1840. We will take our Student Learning Objective (SLO) test. We will end class with our current events competition.

Homework:

Read and download the “Forming the New Government” Lesson power point and PDFs.The Essay question is: “In your opinion, what is the most important branch of the U.S. federal government: Legislative, Executive, or Judicial?” Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Monday, October 23, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Why do we need a Census?” We will review the “Forming the New Government” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “In your opinion, what is the most important branch of the U.S. federal government: Legislative, Executive, or Judicial?” We will fill out a census form.

Homework:

Read and download the “Young America’s International Relations” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What was the Whiskey Rebellion?” We will review the “Young America’s International Relations” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “In your opinion, after the American Revolution, should the United States have supported France in its wars against Great Britain?” We will play a game/act out a play to have you become familiar with the Whiskey Rebellion. We might have time to work on the 50 states map.

Homework:

Read and download the “Political Parties Begin” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What Political Parties Developed During the Federalist Period?” We will review the “Political Parties Begin” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “If you lived in the United States in the 1790s, which political party would you have supported (Federalists or Democratic-Republicans), and why would you have supported that party?” We might play a game to have you become familiar with the first Presidents.

Homework:

Read and download “The Presidency of John Adams” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What were some of the differences between Federalists and Democratic-Republicans?” We will review “The Presidency of John Adams” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “Describe the positive and the negative aspects of the Presidency of our second President, John Adams.” We will take Pre Tests to prepare you for tomorrow’s test. We might watch a video to have you become familiar with the Founding Fathers.

Homework:

Prepare for tomorrow’s test on “Forming the New Government,” and “Young America’s International Relations” and “Political Parties Begin” and “The Presidency of John Adams.” The essay questions are: “In your opinion, what is the most important branch of the U.S. federal government: Legislative, Executive, or Judicial?” and “In your opinion, after the American Revolution, should the United States have supported France in its wars against Great Britain?” and “If you lived in the United States in the 1790s, which political party would you have supported (Federalists or Democratic-Republicans), and why would you have supported that party?” and “Describe the positive and the negative aspects of the Presidency of our second President, John Adams.” Work on locating and correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Friday, October 27, 2017

Today you will have your Quiz, your map test, and your essay test on “Forming the New Government,” “Young America’s International Relations,” and “Political Parties Begin.” and “The Presidency of John Adams.” The essay questions are: “In your opinion, what is the most important branch of the U.S. federal government: Legislative, Executive, or Judicial?” and “In your opinion, after the American Revolution, should the United States have supported France in its wars against Great Britain?” and “If you lived in the United States in the 1790s, which political party would you have supported (Federalists or Democratic-Republicans), and why would you have supported that party?” and “Describe the positive and the negative aspects of the Presidency of our second President, John Adams.” We will end class with our current events competition.

Homework:

Read and download “The Age of Jefferson Begins” Basics and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. Work on locating and correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Monday, October 30, 2017

Our Essential Question is Who was Thomas Jefferson? We will review “The Age of Jefferson Begins” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay question is: “If you lived in the United States in the 1800s how would you have compared the changing of power from the Federalists to the Democratic Republicans to the change of power in France from the national government to the French Revolution?” We will look at documents related to Thomas Jefferson and answer questions about the documents, and then answer a Document Based Question (DBQ) on the documents. We will watch a video on Thomas Jefferson.

Homework:

Read and download “The Louisiana Purchase” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Monday, October 31, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Who were Lewis and Clark?” We will review “The Louisiana Purchase” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “Besides the Louisiana Purchase, what other exploring expeditions have been funded by the United States government and why were they important?” We will watch a video on Lewis and Clark. We will practice our 50 States Map. We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

6th Period Class is in Washington, D.C. Today! Our Essential Question is “What will you experience on your Washington, D.C. trip?” We will watch the video Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

Homework:

Read and download the “Jefferson’s International Challenges” Basics and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Who were Lewis and Clark?” We will review the “Jefferson’s International Challenges” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. If we didn’t do it on the previous day, we will look at a newspaper related to Lewis and Clark. We might play a round of the Geography Bee. The Essay Question is: “What are the advantages of having a shooting war versus an economic war?” We will watch a video on the Lewis and Clark expedition.

Homework:

Read and download “The War Hawks” Basics and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Friday, November 3, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Who were the War Hawks?” We will review the “War Hawks” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson.The Essay Question is: “For what reasons should a country declare war on another country?” We will play our Stratego Game based on the War of 1812.

Homework:

Read and download “The War of 1812” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. The essay question is: “For what reasons should a country declare war on another country?” Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Monday, November 6, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Why did we fight the War of 1812?” We will review “The War of 1812” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson.The Essay Question is: “For what reasons should a country declare war on another country?” We will learn about the Battle of New Orleans by a power point, a song, and a video. We might practice a couple of rounds from the Geography Bee.

Homework:

Read and download the “America’s Industrial Revolution Begins” Lesson power points and PDFs. The essay question is: “What were the advantages and disadvantages of a factory system versus the cottage industry where craftsmen made goods mostly on their own property?” Work on your 50 States Map.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What were factory conditions like in the Industrial Revolution?” We will review “The America’s Industrial Revolution Begins” Basics Lesson and the Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What were the advantages and disadvantages of a factory system versus the cottage industry where craftsmen made goods mostly on their own property?” You will get a small idea of what factory conditions were like was we do our Conestoga Wagon making activity.

Homework:

Read and download the “Moving West” Basics and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. The Essay Question is: “What were the advantages and disadvantages of having goods and people moved on a canal versus having them move along a road? Why did railroads replace canals as a method of moving goods and people?” Work on your 50 States Map.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What were some challenges to westward expansion?” We will review the “Moving West” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What were the advantages and disadvantages of having goods and people moved on a canal versus having them move along a road? Why did railroads replace canals as a method of moving goods and people?” We will learn about the Erie Canal, see a brief video clip on westward expansion, and watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download the “Era of Good Feelings” Basics and Narrative power points or pdfs. The Essay Question is: “For what reasons should Americans today have pride in the region in which they live? What are the strengths and weaknesses of regions in the United States?” Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What is the difference between Nationalism and Sectionalism?” We will review the “Era of Good Feelings” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “For what reasons should Americans today have pride in the region in which they live? What are the strengths and weaknesses of regions in the United States?” We will work on the 50 States Map. You might have a little time to review for Friday’s test.

Homework:

Study for tomorrow’s (Friday’s) test on The War of 1812, America’s Industrial Revolution Begins, Moving West, and the Era of Good Feelings. The essay questions are: “For what reasons should a country declare war on another country?” and “What were the advantages and disadvantages of a factory system versus the cottage industry where craftsmen made goods mostly on their own property?” and “What were the advantages and disadvantages of having goods and people moved on a canal versus having them move along a road? Why did railroads replace canals as a method of moving goods and people?” and “For what reasons should Americans today have pride in the region in which they live? What are the strengths and weaknesses of regions in the United States?” Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Friday, November 10, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What do you know about the time period from the War of 1812 through the Era of Good Feelings? Today you will have a test on The War of 1812, America’s Industrial Revolution Begins, Moving West, and the Era of Good Feelings. The essay questions are: “For what reasons should a country declare war on another country?” and “What were the advantages and disadvantages of a factory system versus the cottage industry where craftsmen made goods mostly on their own property?” and “What were the advantages and disadvantages of having goods and people moved on a canal versus having them move along a road? Why did railroads replace canals as a method of moving goods and people?” and “For what reasons should Americans today have pride in the region in which they live? What are the strengths and weaknesses of regions in the United States?”

Homework:

Read and download “The Monroe Doctrine” Basics and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. The Essay Question is: “Should the United States government only protect the area within our borders? Should we protect a larger region such as North America and South America. Should the United States continue to be “the policeman of the world?” Work on locating and on correctly spelling the 50 States of the United States.

Monday, November 13, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What was the Monroe Doctrine?” We will review the “Monroe Doctrine” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “Should the United States government only protect the area within our borders? Should we protect a larger region such as North America and South America? Should the United States continue to be “the policeman of the world?” We will watch a brief video clip on the “Era of Good Feelings.” You will practice on your 50 States Map. We will try to do a couple of rounds of the Geography Bee. We might watch a little of the “Roots” video.

Homework:

Read and download the “Common Man” Basics and Narrative power points or PDFs. The Essay Question is: “What were the similarities and differences between the people who supported John Quincy Adams, and the people who supported Andrew Jackson during the 1820s?” Work on correctly locating and spelling the 50 states of the United States.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Our Essential Question is “Who was Andrew Jackson?” We will review “The Common Man” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What were the similarities and differences between the people who supported John Quincy Adams, and the people who supported Andrew Jackson during the 1820s?” We will watch a video clip on Andrew Jackson and may watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download “The Age of Jackson Begins” Basics and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. The Essay Question is: “What were the advantages and disadvantages of the Spoils System?” Work on correctly locating and spelling the 50 states of the United States.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

8th Period Class is in Washington, D.C. Today! Our Essential Question is “What will you experience on your Washington, D.C. trip?” We will watch the video Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

Homework:

Read and download “The Age of Jackson Begins” Basics and Narrative Lesson Power Points/PDFs. The Essay Question is: “What were the advantages and disadvantages of the Spoils System?” Work on correctly locating and spelling the 50 states of the United States.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What was the Spoils System?” We will review “The Age of Jackson Begins” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “What were the advantages and disadvantages of the Spoils System?” We might play a card game on United States Presidents. We will watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Read and download the “Andrew Jackson’s National Challenges” Basics and Narrative power points or PDFs. The Essay Question is: “Do you think it was right for the United States Federal government to forcibly remove Native Americans from their lands? Fully explain why or why not. If you do think it was wrong, are you willing to give up land where you live to Native American groups?” Work on correctly locating and spelling the 50 states of the United States.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What name was given to the right of states to not follow some federal laws?” We will review the “Andrew Jackson’s National Challenges” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “Do you think it was right for the United States Federal government to forcibly remove Native Americans from their lands? Fully explain why or why not. If you do think it was wrong, are you willing to give up land where you live to Native American groups?” We will participate in the Geography Bee. If we didn’t do it yesterday we might play a card game on some of the first Presidents of the United States. We will see a short video on Andrew Jackson’s life. Will will end class with current events.

Homework:

Read and download “The Age of Jackson Ends” Basics and Narrative power points or PDFs. The Essay Question is: “If you were running to be President of the United States, how would you position yourself to receive the most votes? Would you present yourself as a ‘smart’ successful person who is very qualified to lead the government, or as a person of the Common People? You are just like them, and you know their challenges. Explain fully the advantages and disadvantages of taking each position. Work on correctly locating and spelling the 50 states of the United States.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Our Essential Question is “What were some differences between George Washington and Andrew Jackson?” We will review “The Age of Jackson Ends” Basics Lesson and Narrative Lesson. The Essay Question is: “If you were running to be President of the United States, how would you position yourself to receive the most votes? Would you present yourself as a ‘smart’ successful person who is very qualified to lead the government, or as a person of the Common People? You are just like them, and you know their challenges. Explain fully the advantages and disadvantages of taking each position.” We will examine the differences between the people who supported George Washington, and the people who supported Andrew Jackson. We might watch a little of the Roots video.

Homework:

Work on correctly locating and spelling the 50 states of the United States.

Dates to Remember

Friday, September 22, 2017

The Preamble to the Constitution is Due Today!

Friday, September 22, 2017

Your Becoming Americans, French and Indian War, and Taxes Test is today!

Friday, October 6, 2017

The Yorktown and Articles of Confederation and Confederation Era and Constitutional Convention Test is today!

Thursday, October 19, 2017

The Gun Control Debate is today!

Friday, October 20, 2017

The Star Spangled Banner is due Today!

Friday, October 27, 2017

The Forming the New Government and Young America's International Relations and Political Parties Begin and the Presidency of John Adams Test is today!

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

6th period is in Washington, D.C. Today!

Friday, November 10, 2017

Your War of 1812, America's Industrial Revolution Begins, Moving West, and Era of Good Feelings Test is today!

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

8th period is in Washington, D.C. Today!

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

7th period is in Washington, D.C. Today!

Friday, December 1, 2017

The 50 States Map is due Today!

Friday, January 5, 2018

The Gettysburg Address is due Today!