Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Schedule January 29-31

Wednesday, January 29

Lecture:  The Progressive Age goes Presidential

Because of the cold days, I've extended the QUIZ until tonight.  You must take it by midnight in order to get credit.  Or, you can turn in the reading guide instead.

Thursday,  January 30

Introduction to the AGE of IMPERIALISM.

Read Chapter 18, pages 548-573.  Complete the Chapter 18 Imperialism Reading Guide or take the quiz.  The quiz is due by Tuesday, February 4, midnight.

Friday, January 31

Watch the "Presidents"  William McKinley Through Wilson.  There is a note sheet for this video. It covers the Progressive Era and Imperialism.



Read Chapter 18, pages 548-573.  Complete the Chapter 18 Imperialism Reading Guide or take the quiz.  The quiz is due by Tuesday, February 4, midnight.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Schedule January 22-24

Welcome to Second Semester!

Wednesday, January 22

Intro to second semester.  Discussion of policy changes and introduction of online tools.  We will be going to the computer lab to log in and complete a few activities.  You will complete a Semester 1 Reflection on the QuizStar site. Then you will log on to the Chat Room and finally, complete a short webquest.

1. Semester 1 Reflection.  Answer the questions on the reflection and then hit "submit"
2. Chat Room.  Type your user name in the box below the chat then hit "Profile."  You will then need to enter your password (which is your ID number). Once logged in, post a message in the chatroom.
3. Intro to the Progressive Age Webquest. This webquest you will be doing online.  You must be logged into your student account in order to answer the questions.  When you are done, hit "submit."  If you don't finish this, it is homework.

Thursday, January 23

Junior ACT Benchmark test
Discuss the Webquest

Friday, January 24

Lecture:  The Progressive Age: Chicago and the Union Stockyards

Homework:  You will need to read Chapter 17, pages 510-518.  You will need to take the quiz over this reading by Tuesday, January 28, 11:59 pm.  You can also do the Reading Guide as well.




Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Schedule January 8-10

Welcome Back!  Hope you had a great break (an an extra couple of days, too).  We are quickly coming to the end of the Semester.  You finals are already next week!  That means, we still have a lot to cover.  Here is a list of terms you need to know.

Wednesday, January 8

Lecture:  The West in Pop Culture

Thursday, January 9

Lecture:  Immigration, Part 1

Friday, January 10

Lecture:  Immigration, Part 2