Sophomores: US History to 1900 Weekly Schedule

PLEASE NOTE: MY "WEEKLY SCHEDULE" IS RATHER LIKE MY "WISH LIST". WHILE I
TRY TO KEEP ON SCHEDULE WITH ALL OF MY CLASSES AT THE SAME PLACE, IT DOES 
NOT ALWAYS GO AS PLANNED. STUDENTS SHOULD BE AWARE WHERE THEIR CLASS IS IN 
THIS SCHEDULE.

THE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE: CHAPTER 4

OCTOBER 13 - OCTOBER 17

HOMEWORK: STUDY FOR CHAPTER 4, THE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE, TEST.

FRIDAY}
A) Chapter 4, The War for Independence, test.

ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND.

OCTOBER 20 - OCTOBER 24

SHAPING A NEW NATION} CHAPTER 5

MONDAY}
A) You will receive your essay, "Are You a Rebel?"

B) In class, read Section 1, Experimenting with Confederation, pages 132 - 
137, answering the worksheet questions in outline form.  Remember this 
MUST be handwritten.

C) Any class that has not completed "Lexington and Concord" will do so.

HOMEWORK: COMPLETE SECTION 1, EXPERIMENTING WITH CONFEDERATION.

TUESDAY}
A) Open homework quiz on Section 1, Experimenting with Confederation.  
Remember this MUST be handwritten.

B) Review / notes.

HOMEWORK:  WORK ON YOUR ESSAYS - "ARE YOU A REBEL?"  DUE TUESDAY OCTOBER
           28TH.
          
WEDNESDAY}  LITURGY SCHEDULE
A) Complete review of Section 1, Experimenting with Confederation.

B) In class, read Section 2, Drafting the Constitution, pages 140 - 144, 
answering the worksheet questions in outline form on a separate sheet of 
paper.  Remember this MUST be handwritten.  IT IS NOT HOMEWORK!! 

HOMEWORK:  WORK ON YOUR ESSAYS - "ARE YOU A REBEL?"  DUE TUESDAY OCTOBER
           28TH.

THURSDAY}
A) "Organizing and Governing the Northwest Territory" which will be 
collected and graded.

B) Complete Section 2, Drafting the Constitution, worksheet questions.

HOMEWORK:  WORK ON YOUR ESSAYS - "ARE YOU A REBEL?"  DUE TUESDAY OCTOBER
           28TH.

FRIDAY}
A) Open homework quiz on Section 2, Drafting the Constitution.

B) Review / notes from Section 2.

HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND.  REMEMBER ESSAYS ARE DUE ON TUESDAY!!!!