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Sept. 17, 2012

11th Grade Medieval Literature: Weeks of Sept. 17 and 24

from:Byers, Emily

to:Medieval Literature, Section 2

 

Monday, 17 September 2012

• Wrap up discussion of The Screwtape Letters
Screwtape Letters Response Paper Assignment (handout)
• Review Grading Rubric (reverse side of Response Paper handout)
• Discuss Academic Integrity (handout)

HW: Screwtape Letters Response Paper due Friday, 28 September. Review Literary Terms for QUIZ this Wednesday.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Unit 1 Literary Terms QUIZ

• In-class time to work on Response Paper – optional conferences with instructor to review first draft

HW: Work on Screwtape Response Paper – due next Friday, 28 September.

Friday, 21 September 2012 – “B” DAY (NO CLASS)

Monday, 24 September 2012

• Lecture – “Setting the Stage for the Medieval Period: Part 1” – St. Augustine of Hippo and the Confessions

HW: Continue work on Screwtape Response Paper – due this Friday. First set of readings from the Confessions of St. Augustine (TBA).

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

• Seminar discussion of St. Augustine readings

HW: Complete Screwtape Response Paper – due this Friday.

Friday, 28 September 2012

Screwtape Response Paper due

• Supplemental material on St. Augustine

HW: Second set of readings from the Confessions of St. Augustine (TBA).

Sept. 17, 2012

Lesson Plans: Latin II September 17--21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin II

Monday: Symbolum, Word of the Week, Review divisions of the month and ablative of time, Colloquium of lesson 2 of chapter 13, Partners read and complete ex. 10 Homework: Study for test on chapter 13

Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz, Review for Test. Homework: Pensum A, B, and C and study for test

Sept. 17, 2012

Pre-Algebra

from:Richard, Barrett

to:Math-7

Monday:  Make corrections on test for half credit.

 

Wednesday:  Lecture on arithmetic with fractions (Lessons 2.1 - 2.3 in book)

Homework:  Exercise 2.2

Sept. 17, 2012

Geometry

from:Richard, Barrett

to:Geometry

Tuesday:  Go over test on the Properties of lines and triangles.  Lecture on the properties of quadrilaterals.  

Homework:  Complete work sheets handed out in class.

 

Thursday:  Go over homework.  Lecture on the properties of circles.

Homework:  Complete worksheets handed out in class.

 

Friday:  Complete worksheets handed out in class on Thursday

Sept. 16, 2012

Week of 9/17 to 9/21

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Biology

Monday, September, 17

Tools and Procedures in Biology

Objectives

  1. Describe the measurement system most scientists use.
  2. Explain how microsopes work.
  3. Describe two common laboratory techniques.

Key Concepts
metric system
laboratory techniques
microscopes

Homework

  • Work on study guide
  • Complete Worksheet
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Wednesday, September, 19

Tools and Procedures in Biology (2)

Objectives

  1. Describe the measurement system most scientists use.
  2. Explain how microsopes work.
  3. Describe two common laboratory techniques.

Key Concepts
metric system
laboratory techniques
microscopes

Homework

  • Work on study guide
  • Study for Chapter 1 Test
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Sept. 16, 2012

Week of 9/17 to 9/21

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Earth Science

Monday, September, 17

Lesson 1.4: Earth System Science (1)

Objectives

  1. Describe the primary goal of Earth system science and define the term system.
  2. Describe Earth's two major sources of energy.

Key Concepts

system
energy

Homework

  • Complete Section Assessment
  • Keyword Outline Answer to #3
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Wednesday, September, 19

Lesson 1.4: Earth System Science (2)

Objectives

  1. Explain how humans affect Earth's systems.
  2. Distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable resources.

Key Concepts

system
energy

Homework

  • Complete Workseet
  • Study for Chapter 1 Test
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Sept. 16, 2012

Week of 9/17 to 9/21

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Chemistry

Monday, September, 17

Review for Chapter 1 Test

Objectives

  1. Review Key Concepts from Foundations of Science
  2. Review Introduction to Chemistry

Homework

Wednesday, September, 19

Chapter 1 Test

Homework

  • Vocabulary and Key Concept Questions for Chapter 2 Section 1

Sept. 16, 2012

Week of 9/17 to 9/21

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Chemistry Section 2

Tuesday, September, 18

Review for Chapter 1 Test

Objectives

  1. Review Key Concepts from Foundations of Science
  2. Review Introduction to Chemistry

Homework

  • STUDY!

Thursday, September, 20

Chapter 1 Test

Homework

  1. Inspectionally read handout
  2. Answer content questions from handout
  3. (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Friday, September, 21

Studying Matter Through Change

Objectives

  1. Explain how properties are used to classify matter.
  2. Identify the ways Lavoisier studied chemicals throught their properties.

Key Concepts
substance
matter

Homework

  • Analytically read handout
  • Answer discussion questions
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Sept. 16, 2012

Week of 9/17 to 9/21

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Advanced Math 1

Tuesday, September, 18

Quiz 2 (Lesson 5.2)/ Introduce Lesson 5.3

Objectives

  1. Use inverse function notation to describe the inverse of simple functions.
  2. Use inverse functions to solve problems of quantitative relation.

Key Concepts
inverse
inverse notation

Homework

  • Correct Quiz (if needed)
  • Exercise 5.3: 1-4
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Thursday, September, 20

Lesson 5.3: Inverse Functions

Objectives

  1. Use inverse function notation to describe the inverse of simple functions.
  2. Use inverse functions to solve problems of quantitative relation.

Key Concepts
inverse
inverse notation

Homework

  • Exercise 5.3: all
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Friday, September, 21

Quiz 3 (Lesson 5.3)/ Lesson 5.4: Direct and Inverse Variation (1)

Objectives

  1. Express direct variation and inverse variation in algebraic terms and using these forms of expressions to find unknown quantities.
  2. Solving word problems involving direct variation and inverse variation.

Key Concepts
direct variation
inverse variation

Homework

  • Correct Quiz (if needed)
  • Exercise 5.4: 1-11
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Sept. 16, 2012

Week of 9/17 to 9/21

from:Albarado, Kyle

to:Advanced Math 2

Tuesday, September, 18

Quiz (7.1 & 7.2)/ Introduce Sine Rule

Objectives

  1. Solving problems using sine rule.
  2. Solving problems using formula 1/2ab sin Ĉ for the area of a triangle.

Key Concepts
cosine rule
sine rule

Homework

  • Correct Quiz (if needed)
  • Exercise 7.3: 1-5
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Thursday, September, 20

Lesson 7.3: Sine Rule

Objectives

  1. Solving problems using sine rule.
  2. Solving problems using formula 1/2ab sin Ĉ for the area of a triangle.

Key Concepts
sine rule

Homework

  • Exercise 7.3: 6-10
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class.)

Friday, September, 21

Quiz: Sine Rule

Objectives

  1. Solving problems using sine rule.
  2. Solving problems using formula 1/2ab sin Ĉ for the area of a triangle.

Key Concepts
sine rule

Homework

  • Correct Quiz (if needed)
  • Complete Study Guide
  • (Homework assignments are contingent upon in-class progress and may change to reflect actual progress at the disgression of the teacher. Students are advised to take special care in diligent note taking and recording of assignments in class the day homework is assigned.)

 

 

 

Sept. 16, 2012

American Literature: Weeks of Sept. 17 and 24

from:Byers, Emily

to:American Literature

 

Monday, 17 September 2012

• Wrap up discussion of The Power and the Glory – Part 4, Syntopical/Critical Summer Reading Q&A
TPATG Analytical Essay Assignment (handout) – discuss possible topics as a class.
• Review Composition Rubric and Essay Outline (handout)
• Discuss Academic Integrity (handout)

HW: Analytical Essay topic and outline due Wednesday, 19 September.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Analytical Essay topic and outline due

• Activity: The Via Crucis of the Whisky Priest (handout)
• Review Literary Terms for Unit 1 (handout)

HW: Work on TPATG Analytical Essay – due next Friday, 28 September. Study Literary Terms for Quiz on Monday, 24 September.

Friday, 21 September 2012 – “B” DAY (NO CLASS)

Monday, 24 September 2012

Unit 1 Literary Terms QUIZ
• DVD on the Persecution of the Church in Mexico

HW: Continue work on TPATG Analytical Essay – due this Friday, 28 September.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

• Brief background lecture for Early American nonfiction works
• In-class reading and Q&A worksheet: excerpt from The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin and George Whitefield’s sermon “The Almost Christian”

HW: Complete TPATG Analytical Essay – due Friday, 28 September.

Friday, 28 September 2012

The Power and the Glory Analytical Essay due

• In-class reading and Q&A worksheet: Jonathan Edwards’ sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”

Sept. 16, 2012

8th Grade Literature: Weeks of Sept. 17 and 24

from:Byers, Emily

to:Literature & Comp., 8th

Monday, 17 September 2012

• Discuss Huckleberry Finn Ch. 26-27
• Chapter Analysis Assignment: remaining chapters (28-43) will be assigned to students (2 chapters per student). Students must summarize and title each of the 2 chapters they are assigned. They must also note any sources of tension/conflict in each chapter, and write 3 discussion questions for each chapter.

HW: Finish analysis of first assigned chapter for Wednesday.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

• Discuss Huckleberry Finn Ch. 28-35 (students present their analyses)
• Begin work on Huckleberry Finn Study Guide (handout)

HW: TEST on Huckleberry Finn next week – Friday, 28 September. Finish analysis of second assigned chapter for Monday.

Friday, 21 September 2012 – “B” DAY (NO CLASS)

Monday, 24 September 2012

• LIBRARY VISIT
• Discuss Huckleberry Finn Ch. 36-43 (students present their analyses)
• In-class time to work on Study Guide (time permitting)

HW: Continue studying for TEST on Huckleberry Finn this Friday.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

• Finish Huckleberry Finn Study Guide, check for accuracy
• Review for test as a class

HW: Study for TEST on Huckleberry Finn this Friday.

Friday, 28 September 2012

TEST on Huckleberry Finn

Sept. 16, 2012

Creative Writing: Weeks of Sept. 17 and 24

from:Byers, Emily

to:Creative Writing

Monday, 17 September 2012

• Discuss Writer’s Block Remedies (handout)
• Individual conferences with instructor: review draft of Character Sketch #1
• In-class time to work on Character Sketch #1 (due Wednesday)

HW: Revise/finalize Character Sketch #1 – due Wednesday, 19 September.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Character Sketch #1 DUE
• Review Peer Critique Guidelines (handout)
• Swap and peer-critique Character Sketch #1

HW: Begin work on Character Sketch #2 – due Wednesday, 26 September. Draft of CS#2 due on Monday 24 for students who want instructor’s input.

Friday, 21 September 2012 – “B” DAY (NO CLASS)

Monday, 24 September 2012

• Character Sketch Film Clips – watch and discuss as a class.

• Optional conferences with instructor: review draft of Character Sketch #2

• In-class time to work on CS #2 (due Wed.) or brainstorm for Short Story #1

HW: Revise/finalize Character Sketch #2 – due Wednesday, 26 September.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Character Sketch #2 DUE
• Swap and peer-critique Character Sketch #2

HW: Brainstorming for Short Story #1 (2 pages due next Monday).

Friday, 28 September 2012

• Short Story Assignment #1 (handout) – 5-8 pages total – 2 pages due Monday, 1 October; final draft due Wednesday, 17 October (first "A" Day after Fall Break).

• In-class time to work on Short Story #1

HW: 2 pages of Short Story #1 – due Monday, 1 October.

Sept. 16, 2012

Lesson Plans Latin IV September 17--21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin IV

Tuesday: Symbolum and Word of the Week, Colloquium for Lesson 3 of chapter 16, Grammar: Comparative Adjectives, Pensum A, B, and C Homework: Finish Pensum A, B, and C, summarize chapter 16 in 8-10 sentences [note: test will be Friday]

Thursday: Complete Study Guide: 1. Symbolum  2. Word of the Week 3. Vocabulary for chapter XVI 4. Grammar: Deponent Verbs, Ablative Absolute, and Comparative Adverbs. Homework: Study for Test.

Friday: Test on Chapter 16 Homework: Read Lesson 1 of chapter 17 and write out vocabulary list. Homework: read lesson 1 of chapter 17 and write out vocabulary for chapter 17.

Sept. 16, 2012

Lesson Plans: Latin III September 17--21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin III

Tuesday: *turn in homework, Symbolum, Practice present tense and being verbs, Read lesson 3 of chapter 15 with partner, Colloquium for lesson 3 andn Pensum A. Homework: study Symbolum, write out vocabulary for chapter 15, complete Pensum A, B, and C [note: Test will be Friday]

Thursday: Study Guide for Test [5 parts] 1. Colloquium Questions 2. Symbolum 3. Word of the Week 4. Vocabulary 5. Grammar: Present Tense: action and being verbs, personal pronouns. Homework: Study for test.

Friday: Test: Capitulum Quintum Decimum

Sept. 16, 2012

Lesson Plans: Latin I September 17--21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin I

Monday: Pater Noster, Word of the Week, Colloquium, Review Genitive singular and plural, Review Ex. 5 and 7 of chapter 2, Partners read lesson 3 and complete study guide. Homework:  study for test on chapter 2.

Wednesday: Review for Test: Capitulum Secundum. Homework: Pensum A, B, and C

Sept. 16, 2012

Lesson Plans: Theology IV September 17-21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Theology IV

Monday: Lecture: The Centrality of the Incarnation in the Liturgy; Pop Quiz from the readings; Homework: Read and take notes on the following: CCC 1076--1134 and pages 11-21 in Liturgy 101 by Van Slyke.

Sept. 16, 2012

Lesson Plans Latin IV September 17--21

from:Trosclair, Nick

to:Latin V

Tuesday: Test on Chapter 39

Thursday: Begin reading Capitulum Quadragesimum: Infelix Dido from Book IV of Virgil's Aeneid. Homework: Read section entitled 'Flamma Amoris' and write out all the new vocabulary

Sept. 15, 2012

Debate: Late September Lesson Outlines

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Debate Section 2

Twice a month, this portion of the Thinkwave site will be updated with concise information about each lesson being presented for the upcoming weeks.  This information can be used as a guide to help students prepare for class, guide students to appropriate makeup work when absent, or serve as a reminder of what material was covered each day.

Monday, September 17

  • Preparing for Big Swim
  • In class debate
  • Extemp and LD preparations
  • Homework: both cases and 2 extemp articles - due Wednesday

Wednesday, September 19

  • In the World Today
  • Final Big Swim Reminders
  • Practice Debate
  • Practice LD Defense & Extemp preparation
  • Due: two extemp articles and both cases - will be returned for Big Swim if needed

Monday, September 24

  • In the World Today
  • Big Swim Reflection
  • Practice Debate
  • Homework: 2 extemp articles due Friday (extra point consideration if submitted by Wednesday, to help students going to Holy Cross)

Wednesday, September 27

  • In the World Today
  • Practice debate

Friday, September 28

  • Substitute will collect homework
  • Briefing preparation
  • Confronting misguided philosophy
  • Homework: first brief due Monday

Sept. 15, 2012

Civics: Late September Lesson Outlines

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Civics & Free Enterp

Twice a month, this portion of the Thinkwave site will be updated with concise information about each lesson being presented for the upcoming weeks.  This information can be used as a guide to help students prepare for class, guide students to appropriate makeup work when absent, or serve as a reminder of what material was covered each day.

Monday, September 17

  • US Government Foundations Quiz
  • Homework: Candidate page for election project - due Wednesday

Wednesday, September 19

  • Daily Writing
  • Quiz Review
  • Citizen Responsibilities
  • Demographics
  • Due: Candidate page for election project
  • Homework: Begin working on elected official communication - due Monday

Monday, September 24

  • Daily Writing
  • Demographics Discussion
  • Political Ideologies
  • Homework: continue working on letter - due Monday

Wednesday, September 26

  • Daily writing activity
  • Letter writing
  • Ideology spectrum
  • Due: letter to an elected official
  • Homework: Read and keyword outline Chapter 6, Section 1: Kinds of Party Systems

Friday, September 28

  • Daily writing activity
  • US political parties
  • Homework: read article on PACs handed out in class

Sept. 15, 2012

Logic: Late September Lesson Outlines

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Logic & Rhetoric

Twice a month, this portion of the Thinkwave site will be updated with concise information about each lesson being presented for the upcoming weeks.  This information can be used as a guide to help students prepare for class, guide students to appropriate makeup work when absent, or serve as a reminder of what material was covered each day.

Monday, September 17

  • Weekly quote
  • Opposition Review
  • Distribution of Terms
  • Euler Diagrams
  • Due: Chapter 7 questions
  • Homework: Chapter 8 questions 31-39

Wednesday, September 19

  • Weekly quote quiz
  • Distribution Review
  • Obversion
  • Conversion
  • Contraposition
  • Due: Chapter 8 questions 31-39
  • Homework: Finish chapter 9 questions not completed in class

Monday, September 24

  • Quote for memorization
  • Logical Equivalents Review
  • Judgment Quiz Review
  • Due: Remaining chapter 9 questions
  • Homework: Prepare for Wednesday's test

Wednesday, September 26

  • Judgment Quiz

Friday, September 28

  • Memorization Quiz
  • Judgment Quiz Review
  • Valid/Sound Review
  • Preview Deductive Inference

Sept. 15, 2012

Public Speaking: Late September Lesson Outlines

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Public Speaking

Twice a month, this portion of the Thinkwave site will be updated with concise information about each lesson being presented for the upcoming weeks.  This information can be used as a guide to help students prepare for class, guide students to appropriate makeup work when absent, or serve as a reminder of what material was covered each day.

Tuesday, September 18

  • Weekly adage
  • Final informative speech
  • Informative speech reflection
  • Introduction to storytelling
  • Library visit
  • Homework: Identify storytelling book to be used for final preformance and practice delivery and remember to bring declamation text on Thursday

Thursday, September 20

  • Review informative speaking comments
  • Deliver declamation
  • Hear peer's declamation
  • Practice storytelling with a partner
  • Practice storytelling with Mrs. Mahan
  • Homework: practice storytelling delivery for Tuesday

Friday, September 21

  • Impromptu Speaking
  • Homework: practice delivery of your story for final presentations on Tuesday

Tuesday, September 25

  • Weekly adage
  • Storytelling presentations
  • Reflection

Thursday, September 27

  • Practice intro writing
  • Introduction to Prose & Poetry Reading
  • Watch Sample Oral Interpretation

Sept. 15, 2012

Advanced Debate: Late September Lesson Outlines

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Advanced Debate

Twice a month, this portion of the Thinkwave site will be updated with concise information about each lesson being presented for the upcoming weeks.  This information can be used as a guide to help students prepare for class, guide students to appropriate makeup work when absent, or serve as a reminder of what material was covered each day.   As always for this class, because each homework assignment is different for individual students based on their event entries, you must reference your personal instruction sheet to find homework.  Please plan well and write down critical dates so that you are able to follow along well throughout the year.

Tuesday, September 18

  • Preparing for Big Swim
  • In class debate
  • Extemp and LD preparations
  • Reminder: students attending Holy Cross must have their permission slips back this week

Thursday, September 20

  • In the World Today
  • Big Swim Reflection
  • Practice Debate

Friday, September 21

  • In the World Today
  • Practice extemp
  • Brief research

Tuesday, September 25

  • In the World Today
  • Practice debate
  • Written round

Thursday, September 27

  • In the World Today
  • Practice debate
  • Written round

Sept. 15, 2012

Debate II: Late September Lesson Outlines

from:Mahan, Danielle

to:Debate Section 2

Twice a month, this portion of the Thinkwave site will be updated with concise information about each lesson being presented for the upcoming weeks.  This information can be used as a guide to help students prepare for class, guide students to appropriate makeup work when absent, or serve as a reminder of what material was covered each day.

Tuesday, September 18

  • Preparing for Big Swim
  • In class debate
  • Extemp and LD preparations
  • Reminder: students attending Holy Cross must have their permission slips back this week
  • Homework: both cases due and 2 extemp articles due on Friday

Thursday, September 20

  • In the World Today
  • Big Swim Reflection
  • Practice Debate

Friday, September 21

  • In the World Today
  • Practice extemp
  • Brief research
  • Due: both debate cases and 2 extemp articles
  • Homework: work on first brief (due Thursday)

Tuesday, September 25

  • In the World Today
  • Practice debate
  • Written round
  • Homework: 2 extemp articles due Thursday

Thursday, September 27

  • In the World Today
  • Practice debate
  • Written round
  • Due: 1 brief and 2 extemp articles

Sept. 15, 2012

Lesson Plan for Week of Sept. 17

from:Akers, Kory

to:Statistics

Tuesday, September, 18

Objectives:
Review of test

Methods:
Curve
Extra points

Homework:
Definition WS

 

Thursday, September, 20

Objectives:
1- Descriptive Statistics


Key Concepts:
mean
median
mode


Methods:
Lecture
Coaching

Homework:
Workbook Ch. 4 #1-16

 

Friday, September, 21

Objectives:
1- Descriptive Statistics (cont.)


Key Concepts:
standard deviation
variance

Methods:
Lecture
Coaching

Sept. 15, 2012

Lesson Plan for Week of Sept. 17

from:Akers, Kory

to:Algebra 2

Tuesday, September, 18

Objectives:
Review of test

Methods:
Curve
Extra points

Homework:
Take home bonus problems

 

Thursday, September, 20

Objectives:
1- Review of Algebraic Expressions


Key Concepts:
factorize
simplify

Methods:
Coaching


Homework:
Excercises 1.2 #1-3

 

Friday, September, 21

Objectives:
1- Review of Algebraic Expressions (cont.)


Key Concepts:
factorize
evaluate

Methods:
In-class exercises
Review of homework

Homework:
Excersises 1.2 #4-5

Sept. 15, 2012

Lesson Plan - Theology III (11th) - Week 6

from:Youngblood, Peter

to:Theology III

TUESDAY, 09/18

Objective: Review and Discussion

THURSDAY, 09/20

Objective: Lecture: Objects and Acts of the Soul
Homework: Finish Q. 77; summarize.

FRIDAY, 09/21

Objective: Lecture: The Five Genera of Powers in the Soul

Sept. 15, 2012

Lesson Plan - Ancient History (9th) - Week 6

from:Youngblood, Peter

to:Ancient History

MONDAY, 09/17

Objective: Lecture: River Valley Civilizations: Mesopotamia (continued)

WEDNESDAY, 09/19

Objective: Lecture: Mesopotamian Empire: Sargon of Akkad
Homework: Read selection from Hammurabi’s Laws. Choose three laws which stand out and explain why

Sept. 15, 2012

Lesson Plan - Ancient Literature (9th) - Week 6

from:Youngblood, Peter

to:Ancient Literature

TUESDAY, 09/18

Objective: Reading: Gilgamesh, 3-6
Homework: Summarize 7-9

THURSDAY, 09/20

Objective: Reading: Gilgamesh, 7-9
Homework: Summarize 10

FRIDAY, 09/21

Objective: Reading: Gilgamesh, 10

Sept. 15, 2012

Lesson Plan - Medieval History (10th) - Week 6

from:Youngblood, Peter

to:Medieval History

MONDAY, 09/17

Objective: Lecture: Constantine: The Turning Point

Homework: Read and summarize first part of Handout #5

 

WEDNESDAY, 09/19

Objective: Lecture: The New Role of the Church in the Empire

Homework: Finish reading and summarize Handout #5

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