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9th - 12th Social Studies

World History Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Parents will have students read Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address. Students will make a summary outline of FDRs major points. Students will write a short essay of three to five paragraphs using three questions as a prompt for what the student chooses to focus on it their short essay. PROMPTS *Who does President Roosevelt blame for the current situation, what role does the government play in solving the dilemma, and what role do ordinary American citizens have in the nation’s recovery? *According to President Roosevelt, what are the nation’s real problems and what measures will be taken to solve those problems? *The President states that he will use "broad Executive power" to confront the situation. Why does Roosevelt think this will be necessary and what might he do with this power according to his speech?
 
 
Student Instructions
Read Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address. Make a summary outline of FDRs major points. Write a short essay of three to five paragraphs using three questions as prompts for what you choose to focus on in your short essay. PROMPTS *Who does President Roosevelt blame for the current situation, what role does the government play in solving the dilemma, and what role do ordinary American citizens have in the nation’s recovery? *According to President Roosevelt, what are the nation’s real problems and what measures will be taken to solve those problems? *The President states that he will use "broad Executive power" to confront the situation. Why does Roosevelt think this will be necessary and what might he do with this power according to his speech?
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will demonstrate that they understand the message of Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Inaugural Address. Students will be required to make inferences from the text, supporting their conclusions with explicit information from the text in a short essay.
 
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Parent Instructions
Have students read the essay D-Day or Operation Overlord, June 6, 1944. Have students complete the comprehension questions from the essay.
 
 
Student Instructions
Read the essay D-Day or Operation Overlord, June 6, 1944. Complete the comprehension questions from the essay.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Describe the geography and outcomes of major battles and turning points of World War II in both the European and Pacific theaters, including:
• Battle of Britain
• Battle of Midway
• Battle of Stalingrad
• Battle of Normandy
• Battle of the Bulge
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Have students read the essay D-Day or Operation Overlord, June 6, 1944. Have students complete the comprehension questions from the essay.
 
 
Student Instructions
Read the essay D-Day or Operation Overlord, June 6, 1944. Complete the comprehension questions from the essay.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Describe the geography and outcomes of major battles and turning points of World War II in both the European and Pacific theaters, including:
• Battle of Britain
• Battle of Midway
• Battle of Stalingrad
• Battle of Normandy
• Battle of the Bulge
US History Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
Resource
create.kahoot.it
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Your student will create a 10 question Kahoot based off of the standards under the 1920's section (28-38). The standards are uploaded to this assignment. Each question should come from a different standard. If your student created a kahoot in the previous lessons they will just add these questions to their existing Kahoot.
 
 
Student Instructions
Learning Opportunity 1: Make a 10 question Kahoot about the 1920's. This covers standards 28-38. The standards are uploaded to this assignment description. You can create the kahoot using the link below. create.kahoot.it *** Remember if you have already started a kahoot for the previous lessons just add the to your current Kahoot. -Name the Kahoot as follows: If Bobby Buchet made the Kahoot, name it “Bobby Buchet’s U.S. History Review” -Each question should cover a different standard and include the standards number in the question -Each Question must have four answer choices and with a time limit of at 20-30 seconds to answer -Each Question should include an image with something to have to do with the question (like a picture of Elvis for a standard on Rock and Roll in the 50’s) -Make sure to test out your Kahoot when finished to make sure it is made public We will be adding onto this Kahoot every week we are out. When we return the U.S. History Teachers will determine which student’s Kahoot was the highest quality and they will be awarded a prize.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review Key Concepts from the 1920's time period.
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student practice the 1920's quizlet. There is an option for a test in the bottom left hand quarter. Multiple choice is the best option. The student should aim for 85% accuracy.
 
 
Student Instructions
Learning Opportunity 2: Practice key terms from the 1920's time period. You can choose to take a test at the end of your practice. The test button is in the bottom left corner. Matching is probably the best method of testing for these vocabulary terms. Record your score. Try to get above 85%. You can practice and take the test as many times as you would like.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review Key Concepts from the 1920's time period.
 
Parent Instructions
Please have your student watch the video at the top of the page https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/great-migration and read the information listed below the article. After your student has both listened to the video and read the information have them answer the questions. Please have them search for the answers using the provided video and article. Make sure they follow directions closely as some answers have a sentence minimum or maximum.
 
 
Student Instructions
Learning Opportunity 3: Go to the following History.com link and watch the video and read the article below the video. After listening to the video and reading the article answer the following questions: 1. Describe the Great Migration in 3 sentences or less. 2. List at least two reasons for the Great Migration 3. In three sentences or less describe life for migrants in northern cities. 4. List 3 major impacts of the Great Migration. 5. At the bottom of the Article the term Harlem Renaissance is in red and underlined. Click on the word Harlem Renaissance and read the article it takes you to. Write a 6 word story about the Harlem Renaissance. Remember a 6 word story gives a full picture of the event using only 6 words. It should NOT just be a list of words. It should be 6 words that together tell a full story. For example: a 6 word story about 9/11 could be: Towers fell but America stood tall.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review Key Concepts from the 1920's time period. Describe the impact of the Great Migration.
Government Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
 
Parent Instructions
Have students access the link above to find out information about the 45 Presidents of the US.
 
 
Student Instructions
Click on the link above to learn basic information about the 45 Presidents of the US.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will be to identify information about the 45 Presidents of the US.
 
 
Parent Instructions
Have students click on link above and take the 5 quizzes and Chapter Test under "Progress Monitoring Online". Students can re-take any of the quizzes/test.
 
 
Student Instructions
Take the 5 self-quizzes and test about the President of the US by accessing link above. You have the opportunity to check your answers through the site as well as re-take any you desire.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Student will be able to identify requirements and stipulations for the President of the US.
 
Parent Instructions
Have students access link above to see sample notes from chapter on the Executive Branch.
 
 
Student Instructions
Click on link above to get information regarding the US Presidency.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Student will be able to explain responsibilities of the President of the US.
Economics Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
Parent Instructions
Students will log into econlowdown.org/student. They will click "Google Log In" and log into a Google account. Then click "Join a Classroom" and enter the following: FETmAsp. Complete "Comparative Advantage."
 
 
Student Instructions
Log into econlowdown.org/student. Click "Google Log In" and log into a Google account. Then click "Join a Classroom" and enter the following: FETmAsp. Complete "Comparative Advantage."
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
I can explain the concepts of absolute and comparative advantage and apply the concept of comparative advantage to explain why and how countries trade.
 
Parent Instructions
Students will log into econlowdown.org/student. They will click "Google Log In" and log into a Google account. Then click "Join a Classroom" and enter the following: FETmAsp. Complete "Currency Crusades of Justice"
 
 
Student Instructions
Log into econlowdown.org/student. They click "Google Log In" and log into a Google account. Then click "Join a Classroom" and enter the following: FETmAsp. Complete "Currency Crusades of Justice"
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
I can analyze how changes in exchange rates of world currencies affect international trade.
Resource
Edgenuity
 
Parent Instructions
If your child has already been using Edgenuity in their Economics classroom, they can log in and complete assigned work.
 
 
Student Instructions
If you have already been using Edgenuity in your Economics classroom, you can log in and complete assigned work.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Review Economic concepts
Psychology Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
Parent Instructions
Students will complete the Quizizz titled, "The Neuron." This is a review activity over part of Unit 2.
 
 
Student Instructions
Complete the Quizizz titled, "The Neuron." This is a review activity over part of Unit 2.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TLW identify parts & functions of a neuron.
 
Parent Instructions
Students will complete the Quizizz titled, "Perspectives in Psychology." This is a review activity over part of Unit 1.
 
 
Student Instructions
Complete the Quizizz titled, "Perspectives in Psychology." This is a review activity over part of Unit 1.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TLW identify approaches/perspectives in the field of psychology.
 
Parent Instructions
Students will complete the Quizizz titled, "Neurotransmitters." This is a review activity over part of Unit 2.
 
 
Student Instructions
Complete the Quizizz titled, "Neurotransmitters." This is a review activity over part of Unit 2.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
TLW identify neurotransmitter types, given functions.
Sociology Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
Parent Instructions
Students will access Edgenuity through their Clever App. Click on "Deviance, Social Control, Social Stratification, and Social Institutions" Complete the following: Vocabulary, Direct Instruction, Online Content, Practice, Quiz.
 
 
Student Instructions
Students will access Edgenuity through their Clever App. Click on "Deviance, Social Control, Social Stratification, and Social Institutions" Complete the following: Vocabulary, Direct Instruction, Online Content, Practice, Quiz.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Summarize the nature and social functions of deviance / Compare the theories that have been proposed to explain deviance.
 
Parent Instructions
Students will access Edgenuity through their Clever App. Click on "Crime" Complete the following: Vocabulary, Direct Instruction, Online Content, Practice, Quiz.
 
 
Student Instructions
Students will access Edgenuity through their Clever App. Click on "Crime" Complete the following: Vocabulary, Direct Instruction, Online Content, Practice, Quiz.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Identify the principle types of crime in the United States / Describe the characteristics of the American criminal-justice system.
 
Parent Instructions
Students will access Edgenuity through their Clever App. Click on "Systems of Stratification" Complete the following: Vocabulary, Direct Instruction, Online Content, Practice, Quiz.
 
 
Student Instructions
Students will access Edgenuity through their Clever App. Click on "Systems of Stratification" Complete the following: Vocabulary, Direct Instruction, Online Content, Practice, Quiz.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Describe the characteristics of caste systems and class systems / Compare and contrast the major theories of social stratification.