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Due Friday 1/18

1) Review your notes on Manifest Destiny

2)  Exam on Westward expansion and Manifest Destiny will be Friday 1/18

Due Thursday 1/17

1) Review your notes on Manifest Destiny

2) Prepare for a quiz this week on Manifest Destiny and Westward expansion

3) Exam on Westward expansion and Manifest Destiny will be Friday 1/18

Due Wednesday 1/16

1) Review your notes on Manifest Destiny

2) Prepare for a quiz this week on Manifest Destiny and Westward expansion

3) Exam on Westward expansion and Manifest Destiny will be Friday 1/18

Due Tuesday 1/15

1) Review your notes on Manifest Destiny

2) Prepare for a quiz this week on Manifest Destiny and Westward expansion

3) Create an outline of the major causes of the Mexican-American War

Due Monday 1/14

1) Review your notes on Sectionalism and the Age of Jackson

Due Friday 1/11

1) Review your notes on Sectionalism and the Age of Jackson

2) Create an outline of the circumstances that led to the Compromise of 1850. Make sure to also outline the details of the Compromise itself.

3) Exam on the Age of Jackson will be Friday 1/11

Due Thursday 1/10

1) Review your notes on Sectionalism and the Age of Jackson

2) Create an outline of the circumstances that led to the Compromise of 1850. Make sure to also outline the details of the Compromise itself.

3) Exam on the Age of Jackson will be Friday 1/11

Due Wednesday 1/9

1) Review your notes on Sectionalism and the Age of Jackson

2) Exam on the Age of Jackson will be Friday 1/11

Due Tuesday 1/8

1) Review your notes on Sectionalism and the Age of Jackson

2) Exam on the Age of Jackson will be Wednesday 1/9

Due Monday 1/7

1) Review your notes on Sectionalism and the Age of Jackson

2) Exam on the Age of Jackson will be Tuesday 1/8

Due Friday 1/4

1) Review your notes on Sectionalism and the Age of Jackson

2) Exam on the Age of Jackson will be Tuesday 1/8

Due Thursday 1/3/19

1) Complete the assignment posted to Google classroom.

Due Thursday 12/20

1) Prepare for a quiz on sectionalism

Due Wednesday 12/19

1) Prepare for a quiz on sectionalism

Due Tuesday 12/18

1) Review your outlines and notes of the first five presidencies

Due Monday 12/17

1) Bring your outlines of the first five presidencies

2) Prepare for you exam on the first five presidencies will be Monday 12/17

Due Friday 12/14

1) Bring your outlines of the first five presidencies

2) Prepare for you exam on the first five presidencies will be Monday 12/17

Due Thursday 12/13

1) Bring your outlines of the first five presidencies

2) Prepare for you exam on the first five presidencies will be Friday 12/14

Due Wednesday 12/12

1) Bring your outlines of the first five presidencies

2) Prepare for you exam on the first five presidencies will be Friday 12/14

Due Tuesday 12/11

1) Bring your outlines of the first five presidencies

2) Prepare for you exam on the first five presidencies will be Wednesday 12/12

Due Monday 12/10

1) Bring your outlines of the first five presidencies

2) Complete the HW assignment that is posted to google classroom

3) Exam on the first five presidencies will be Wednesday 12/12

Due Thursday 12/6

1) Bring your outlines of the first five presidencies

2) Exam on the first five presidencies will be Tuesday 12/11

Due Wednesday 12/5

1) Bring your outlines of the 10 Landmark Supreme Court cases to class. 

2) There will be an exam on the 10 Supreme Court cases from your work packet on Wednesday 12/5

Due Tuesday 12/4

1) Bring your outlines of the 10 Landmark Supreme Court cases to class. 

2) The first five presidencies assignment that was posted to google classroom on Friday 11/30 is now due and will be checked tomorrow 12/4

3) There will be an exam on the 10 Supreme Court cases from your work packet on Wednesday 12/5

Due Monday 12/3

1) Bring your outlines of the 10 Landmark Supreme Court cases to class. 

2) There will be an exam on the 10 Supreme Court cases from your work packet on Tuesday 12/4

3) Complete the assignment posted to google classroom - due Monday 12/3

Due Friday 11/30

1) Bring your outlines of the 10 Landmark Supreme Court cases to class. 

2) There will be an exam on the 10 Supreme Court cases from your work packet on Tuesday 12/4

3) There will be an assignment posted to google classroom that is due Monday 12/3

Due Thursday 11/29

1) Bring your outlines of the 10 Landmark Supreme Court cases to class. 

2) There will be an exam on the 10 Supreme Court cases from your work packet on Tuesday 12/4

Due Wednesday 11/28

1) There will be a quiz on Article III on Wednesday 11/28

2) Bring your outlines of the 10 Landmark Supreme Court cases to class.

Due Tuesday 11/27

1) There will be a quiz on Article III on Tuesday 11/27

2) If you need to take a make up exam on Article I and II of the Constitution you will take the make up in class on Tuesday 11/27. You will then take a make up on the Article III quiz in class on Wednesday.

Due Monday 11/26

1) Supreme Court Landmark Cases assignment is due Monday 11/26

2) There will be a quiz on Article III on Tuesday 11/27

3) If you need to take a make up exam on Article I and II of the Constitution you will take the make up in class on Tuesday 11/27. You will then take a make up on the Article III quiz in class on Wednesday.

Due Wednesday 11/21

1) Check google classroom for classwork and homework assignment.

Due Tuesday 11/20

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

Due Monday 11/19

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Exam on the details of all three branches of government will be Monday 11/19

Due Friday 11/16

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Exam on the details of all three branches of government will be Monday 11/19

Due Thursday 11/15

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Exam on the details of all three branches of government will be Friday 11/16

Due Wednesday 11/14

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Exam on the details of all three branches of government will be Thursday 11/15

Due Tuesday 11/13

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Exam on the details of all three branches of government will be Wednesday 11/14

Due Friday 11/9

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Exam on the details of all three branches of government will be Wednesday 11/14

Due Thursday 11/8

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

Due Wednesday 11/7

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Complete the Thematic Essay assigned through Google Classroom. You must write the essay by hand on separate paper. The essay will be collected in class on Wednesday 11/7.

Due Tuesday 11/6

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Complete the Thematic Essay assigned through Google Classroom. You must write the essay by hand on separate paper. The essay will be collected in class on Tuesday 11/6.

Due Monday 11/5

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

Due Wednesday 10/31

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Students must complete a T chart comparing and contrasting the strengths and weaknesses of the new Constitution. You must complete the assignment on SEPARATE PAPER so it can be collected. You must have at least 3 bullet points for each side of the chart.

3) Exam on the 7 articles of the US Constitution, the Constitutional Convention, and the Bill of Rights will be Wednesday 10/31

Due Tuesday 10/30

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Exam on the 7 articles of the US Constitution, the Constitutional Convention, and the Bill of Rights will be Tuesday 10/30

Due Monday 10/29

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Answer the following question in your notebook (answers must be written and will be checked on Monday):

Explain what it means to refer to the Constitution as a "living document"?

Due Friday 10/26

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Prepare for a quiz on the Bill of Rights and Articles of the US Constitution to be given this week

Due Thursday 10/25

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Prepare for a quiz on the Bill of Rights and Articles of the US Constitution to be given this week

Due Wednesday 10/24

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights and 7 articles of the Constitution

2) Prepare for a quiz on the Bill of Rights and Articles of the US Constitution to be given this week

Due Tuesday 10/23

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights

2) Prepare for a quiz on the Bill of Rights and Articles of the US Constitution to be given this week

3) Complete your "tweeted" and hashtag versions of the amendments from the Bill of Rights. We will be using this info on Monday to compile our notes and explanations of the first 10 amendments.

Due Monday 10/22

1) Review your notes and readings on the Bill of Rights

2) Prepare for a quiz on the Bill of Rights and Articles of the US Constitution

3) Complete your "tweeted" and hashtag versions of the amendments from the Bill of Rights. We will be using this info on Monday to compile our notes and explanations of the first 10 amendments.

Due Friday 10/19

1) Review your notes on the Constitution and Preamble. Review the basic constitutional principles of Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances

2) Review all 7 articles of the US Constitution

3) Create a list of 3 things you associate with the Bill of Rights. Do not look up information. Just make a list of 3 things you feel are related to or associated with the Bill of Rights from the knowledge you already have.

Due Thursday 10/18

1) Review your notes on the Constitution and Preamble. Review the basic constitutional principles of Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances

2) Review all 7 articles of the US Constitution

Due Wednesday 10/17

1) Review your notes on the Constitution and Preamble. Review the basic constitutional principles of Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances

Due Tuesday 10/16

1) Review your notes on the Constitution and Preamble

Due Monday 10/15

1) Review your notes on the Constitutional Convention.

2) Ponder this: What is the purpose of the Preamble to the US Constitution?

Due Friday 10/12

1) Review your notes on the Constitutional Convention. 

2) Ponder this: What is the purpose of the Preamble to the US Constitution?

Due Thursday 10/11

1) Review your notes on the Constitutional Convention. Make sure you have completed the "Creating a Constitution Work Sheet"

Due Tuesday 10/9

1) Review your notes on the Constitutional Convention

Due Thursday 10/4

1) Read and review the 7 articles of the US Constitution. Prepare for a possible quiz

Due Wednesday 10/3

1) Review your notes on the strengths and weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation

Due Tuesday 10/2

1) Create a detailed outline of the events surround Shays' Rebellion

2) Prepare for a quiz on the Articles of Confederation to be given in class this week

Due Monday 10/1

1) Create a detailed outline of the events surround Shays' Rebellion

Due Thursday 9/27

1) Review the foundations of US Government

Due Wednesday 9/26

1) Exam on Foundations of US Government and the American Revolution will be Wednesday 9/26

Due Tuesday 9/25

1) Exam on Foundations of US Government and the American Revolution will be Tuesday 9/25

Due Monday 9/24

1) Exam on Foundations of US Government and the American Revolution will be Monday 9/24

Due Friday 9/21

1) Review your notes on Foundations of US Government. Continue to be prepared with your list of 3 causes of the American Revolution.

2) Exam on Foundations of US Government and the American Revolution will be Monday 9/24

Due Thursday 9/20

1) Review your notes on Foundations of US Government. Continue to be prepared with your list of 3 causes of the American Revolution.

2) Exam on Foundations of US Government and the American Revolution will be Friday 9/21

Due Wednesday 9/19

1) Review your notes on Foundations of US Government. Continue to be prepared with your list of 3 causes of the American Revolution.

2) Exam on Foundations of US Government and the American Revolution will be Friday 9/21

Due Tuesday 9/18

1) Review your notes on Foundations of US Government. Continue to be prepared with your list of 3 causes of the American Revolution.

2) Exam on Foundations of US Government and the American Revolution will be Friday 9/21

Due Monday 9/17

1) Create a list of at least 3 major causes of the American Revolution

Due Friday 9/14

1)  Review for a quiz covering foundations of US Government and colonial rights

Due Thursday 9/13

1) Continue to review the Foundations of US Government. Review for a possible quiz this week.

Due Wednesday 9/12

1) Continue to review the Foundations of US Government. Review for a possible quiz this week.

Due Tuesday 9/11

1) Review the enlightenment thinkers who laid the foundations and principles of US Government

Due Monday 9/10

1) All students must sign the course requirements and have the course requirements signed by a parent or guardian. You can print it out and have it signed or you can load the file into notability or another iPad format you prefer and show me a digital copy of the course requirements signed.

2) ALL summer assignments must be submitted to me IN CLASS NO LATER THAN MONDAY 9/10. If you do not hand in the assignment on Monday 9/10 you will receive a "0" for the assignment. There will be no exceptions on this policy. 

Due Friday 9/7

All students must be prepared to hand in a copy of their summer assignment (preferably typed.)  You must also have the assignment saved as a file that can be submitted through Google classroom, Turn It In, etc. I will provide more directions on submitting this assignment when we meet in class on day 1 of the cycle.

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