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BRIDGE CORE DAILY AGENDAS

Wed., Oct. 12th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Class Reading:
     *  "The Advance of Liberty"
     *  review q's
2.  Quiz: Enlightenment
     *  quiz will be completed next class period
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Show knowledge of the Enlightenment by successfully taking the unit
     quiz
Homework Collected:
1.  missing/late:
     *  class work
     *  homework
Class Work Collected:
1.  Individual Work:
     *  reading review q's re: "Advance of Liberty" reading
Handouts:
1.  Class Set:
     *  Enlightenment quiz
     *  "Advance of Liberty" reading packet
2.  Individual Set:
     *  homework directions
         Personal ad homework directions and example
 
Mon., Oct. 10th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Group Work:
     * Reading & Review Q's re: 1 of 9 historical figures
        - Answer 12 Q's
        - Complete student handout 1.2 F
        - Present to class
2. Class Reading:
    * "The Advance of Liberty"
       -  Reading review Q's
Objective (To be able to):
1. Understand how:
    * Glorious Revol.
    * English B.o. R.
    *Amer. Dec'l of Indep.
    * U.S. Const.
    * U.S. B.o.R.
       -Contributed to democ. by completing reading review Q's
Homework Collected:
1. Chpt. 22, sec. 3, Q's 1-3 from pg. 556 re: "Spread of Enlightenment"
Classwork Collected:
1. Group Work:
   * Reading review Q's re: 1 historical figure
2. Individual Work:
    *  Student handout 1.2 F
Handouts:
1.  Class Set:
   * Background info on 1 historical figure
   * "
The Advance of Liberty" reading packet

Wed., Oct. 5th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Class discussion:
     *  WHS Core Olympics
2.  Power point lecture:
     *  Enlightenment
3.  Group Work:
     *  Researching a historical figure re: their enlightenment ideas
         -  read and review background info
         -  answer bold, review q's (1 paper/partner group)
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Research the ideas of 1 historical figure by making a presentation to the
     class
Homework Collected:
1.  Chpt. 22, sec. 2, "Enlightenment in Europe," q's 1-3 from page 556
Class Work Collected:
1.  Partner Work:
     *  bold, review q's re: historical figure
         -  if this was not finished in class, groups will have about 10 next
             class period to finish
Handouts:
1.  Class Set:
     *  background info on historical figure
2.  Individual Set:
     *  Student Handout 1.2F
     *  Student Handout 1.2D

Mon., Oct. 3rd:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Class Review:
     *  Timeline of Events re: Evolution of Democracy
2.  Lecture: "The Enlightenment"
     *  fill-in-blanks notes
3.  Class Reading:
     *  "Major Ideas of the Enlightenment" chart
4.  Partner Work:
     *  2 skillbuilder q's re: ideas of Enlightenment
5.  Lecture: "The Enlightenment"
     *  power point
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Identify Enlightenment philosophers and their ideas on govt.
2.  Connect Enlightenment ideas to elements of U.S. govt.
Homework Collected:
1.  Rialto: 5 section review q's to "Middle Ages & Modern World" reading
2.  Stari & Brooklyn: no homework collected
Class Work Collected:
1.  partner work:
     *  2 skillbuilder q's re: "Major Ideas of Enlightenment" chart
Handouts:
1.  individual set:
     *  timeline of events in evolution of democracy
     *  fill-in-blanks notes re: Enlightenment
         Fill-in-Blanks notes re: Enlightenment
     *  major ideas of enlightenment chart

Thurs., Sept. 29th:
No classes today due to core field trip to Riverfront Park.
Homework due today by Rialto students will be turned in on Mon., Oct. 3rd.

Tues., Sept. 27th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Review:
     *  unit 1 exam
2.  Power point lecture:
     *  Development of Democracy in Europe
3.  Class Reading:
     *  Middle Ages and the Modern World
4.  Individual Work:
     *  5 reading review q's re: "Middle Ages and the Modern World"
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Define the major ideas of the Enlightenment period
Homework Collected:
1.  Chpt. 22, section 1, q's 1-3 re: the Scientific Revolution
Class Work Collected:
1.  Individual Work:
     *  5 section review q's re: "Middle Ages and the Modern World"
         reading packet
     *  if this was not finished in class, it becomes homework
Handouts:
1.  Class Set:
     *  unit 1 exam
     *  "Middle Ages and the Modern World" reading packet

Fri.. Sept. 23rd:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Individual work:
     *  Unit 1 exam: Rise of Democracy (students finished)
2.  Binder checks during exam
3.  Power point lecture:
     *  Rise of Democracy in Europe
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Show knowledge of unit 1 by successfully completing the exam
2.  Explain how events in the Middle Ages contributed to liberty:
     *  Magna Carta
     *  Renaissance
     *  Reformation
Homework Collected:
1.  late, or missing work (optional)
Class Work Collected:
1.  individual work:
     *  scantron test
     *  short answer response to test
Handouts:
1.  class set:
     *  unit 1 exam
2.  individual set:
     *  Binder Check Rubric form for Tri. 2
      Binder Check rubric for Tri 2

Wed., Sept. 21st:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Review of binder check requirements
2.  Group Activity:
     *  Jeopardy review game
3.  Individual work:
     *  Unit 1 exam: the Rise of Democracy
     *  will continue to work on the test on Fri.
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Show your knowledge of the Rise of Democracy by successfully
     completing the unit exam
Homework Collected:
1.  late, missing work
2.  (optional) 1 page cheat sheet or flash cards for extra credit
3.  binder check
Class Work Collected:
1.  individual work:
     *  scantron answers to test
     *  short answer response to test
Handouts:
1.  class set:
     *  Rise of Democracy test

Mon., Sept. 19th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Class Reading:
     *  Overview of Greek Philosophers
          Greek Philosophers Overview reading
2.  Lecture:
     *  Greek Philosophers (4 slides)
3.  Partner Work:
     *  "Last Dialogue with Socrates" reading and review q's
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Compare and contrast the lives and beliefs of:
     *  Socrates
     *  Plato
     *  Aristotle
Homework Completed:
1.  Missing, late work
Class Work Completed:
1.  Partner Work:
     *  "Last Dialogue with Socrates" reading q's and a's
Handouts:
1.  Individual Set:
     *  Daily Progress Report Form
      Daily Progress Report form  
      Tri 2 Binder Check Rubric
2.  Class Set:
     *  Dialogue with Socrates reading

Thurs., Sept. 15th:
* Shortened classes due to Enrichment schedule
Daily Agenda:

1.  Students completed the CA Healthy Kids Survey
2.  During the survey students met with me to have one-on-one
     conversations re: grades and missing work.  All students wrote down
     their missing work assignments.  Students have until 9-23 to make up
     missing work (for half credit)
3.  If finished with survey early....
     *  students re-took Rise of Democracy quiz for better score
     *  completed missing work assignments
     *  began to study for unit exam by making flash cards or a 1-pg cheat
         sheet that can be used on the test
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Complete the CA Healthy Kids Survey
Homework Collected:
1.  If students completed the extra credit assignments, then those were
     turned in (list of 3 colleges that you would like to go to, reasons for
     each college, and a pamphlet or brochure from each college, received
     at the College Fair)
2.  During Enrichment, the following items were checked:
     *  Progress Reports: these should be completed on both sides by the
         students and their teachers.  Students have to go around to their
         teachers to get signatures
     *  a list of missing work from all of their teachers?  Students should be
         working on making up missing assignments.  Depending on the
         teacher, missing work is probably due by 9-23
Class Work Collected:
1.  Individual Work:
     *  CA Healthy Kids Survey
     *  make-up/missing work
Handouts:
1.  Class Set:
     *  CA Healthy Kids Survey
2.  Individual Set:
     *  Test review sheet for unit test on the Rise of Democracy
         Rise of Democracy unit exam test review sheet

Tues., Sept. 13th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Class discussions:
     *  progress reports
     *  college fair
     *  back-to-school night
2.  Journal:
     JT: Successful Students
     JE:
         a.  What does a successful student look like?
         b.  What actions does a successful student take
(inside and outside of
               the classroom)?
3.         c.  What resources do successful students use?
4.         d.  How do successful students spend their time at home, away from
              school?
3.  Pop Quiz: Rise of Democracy
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Know the steps to....
     *  finding out grades
     *  get missing work
     *  complete missing work
     *  these tasks = becoming a successful student
Homework Collected:

1.  Cornell Notes to Greek philosophers reading
Class Work Collected:
1.  individual work:
     *  pop quiz answers
Handouts:
1.  class set:
     *  rise of democracy quiz

Fri., Sept. 9th:
Shortened class periods due to Enrichment schedule
Daily Agenda:

1.  Class Readings:
     *  Ancient Greece and early Roman governments overview
     *  "Ancient Roots of Democracy" reading packet
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Improve reading (out loud) skills
Homework Collected:
1.  None
Class Work Collected:
1.  None
Handouts:
1.  individual set:
     *  CA Healthy Kids Survey form
     *  homework reading on Greek philosophers
         Greek Philosophers Overview
     *  Athens and Rome governments notes
         Democracy in Athens
         The Roman Republic
2.  class set:
     *  "Ancient Roots of Democracy" reading packet

Wed., Sept. 7th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Lecture:
     *  Athens & Democracy (2 slides)
     *  Modern Features of Democracy (provided notes)
     *  Roman Govt. (3 slides)
     *  Ideals of ancient philosophies (fill-in-blanks notes)
2.  Class Readings:
     *  Overview of Greek and Roman early governments (provided notes)
     *  "Ancient Roots of Democracy" (will continue to read next class
         period)
Objectives (to be able to):
1.  Identify 4 features to modern democracy
2.  Identify ideals of:
     *  Greeks
     *  Romans
     *  Jews and Christians
Homework Collected:
1.  Chpt. 6, sec. 1, q's 1-3 (page 145)
Class Work Collected:
1.  None
Handouts:
1.  individual set:
     *  fill-in-blanks notes re: ideals of ancient philosophies
         Ideals of Ancient Philosophies
     *  ancient Greece and Roman government notes
         Democracy in Athens
         The Roman Republic
     *  modern features of democracy notes
         Features of Modern Democracy

Fri., Sept. 2nd:
*Shortened classes due to Enrichment schedule
Daily Agenda:
1.  Check-in (have you turned in):
     *  core syllabus, signed by parent?
     *  parent survey?
2.  Pop Quiz: Ancient Greece
3.  Note Activity:
     *  copied chart on page 117 of textbook: "Forms of Government"
         -  first 2 bullets for each kind of govt.
4.  Discussion Activity:
     *  Autocracy vs. Democracy
5.  Lecture: Democracy in Athens
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Compare and contrast:
     *  monarchy
     *  aristocracy
     *  oligarchy
     *  direct democracy
     *  autocracy
Homework Collected:
1.  None
Class Work Collected:
1.  None
Handouts:
1.  individual set:
     *  Modern Features of Democracy notes
     *  Bridge Core Contract
     *  Goal Setting worksheets
         Goal Setting: Academic
         Goal Setting: Personal

Wed., Aug. 31st:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Quick review of:
     *  voting for core senator
     *  core/class syllabus - has this been turned in?
     *  teacher webspace info
     *  parent surveys
2.  Class Activity: Greek Art (reading review q's)
     *  Vase Paintings
     *  Sculptures
     *  Architecture
3.  Quiz: Ancient Greece
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Identify styles and purposes of Greek art
Homework Collected:
1.  Chpt. 5, sec. 2 q's 1-3
Class Work Collected:
1.  group work/partner work:
     *  reading review q's re: Greek art
2.  individual work:
     *  ancient Greece quiz
Handouts:
1.  class set:
1.  ancient Greece quiz

Mon., Aug. 29th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Group Work: Greek Mythology
     *  X-Word Puzzle
2.  Lecture: Ancient Greece
     *  Archaic Period
     *  Classical Period
3.  Group Work: Greek Art
     *  Vase Paintings
     *  Sculptures
     *  Architecture
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Identify styles and purposes of Greek art
Homework Collected:
1.  3 questions to Cornell notes on ancient Greece
2.  Binder Check:
     *  binder
     *  1 tab for core: "Bridge Core"
     *  spiral notebook
     *  2 tabs for World History
         -  "notes"
         -  "graded work"
Class Work Collected:
1.  group work:
    *  Greek Mythology X-Word Puzzle
    *  review questions to Greek art will be turned in on Wed.
Handouts:
1.  group sets:
     *  Greek mythology worksheets
     *  Greek culture packets

Thurs., Aug. 25th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Lecture: Ancient Greece
     *  geography
     *  Bronze Age
     *  Dark Age
     *  Greek Myths
2.  Group Work: Greek Mythology
     *  posters and worksheets
Objective (to be able to):
1.  Identify Greek Gods and Goddesses by name, action, and relation to
     other gods/goddesses
Homework Collected:
1.  Class Syllabus (signed by parent/guardian)
Class Work Collected:
1.  None, group worksheet packets will be collected on Mon.
Handouts:
1.  group set:
     *  Greek mythology worksheet packet

Tues., Aug. 23rd:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Review/Discussion of:
     *  class syllabus
     *  geography of the classroom
     *  Daily Progress Reports
     *  Binder Check rubrics
     *  Passes
2.  Group Work: Photo Album Collage
     *  presentations
2.  Lecture:  Ancient Greece
     *  geography
     *  Bronze Age

Objective (to be able to):
1.  learn and understand classroom policies and grading system
2.  describe how Greece's geography effected ancient peoples

Homework Collected:
1.  class syllabus (signed by parent/guardian)
     *  will be collected again on Thurs.

Class Work Collected:
1.  group work:
     *  photo album collage

Handouts:
1.  individual sets:
     *  Daily Progress Report forms
         Daily Progress Report form
     *  Binder Check rubrics
         Binder Check rubric
     *  Homework & Bathroom passes

Fri., Aug. 19th:
Daily Agenda:
1.  Introductions
2.  Ice breaker, "Who Am I?"
3.  Name Cards
4.  Group Work: Thematic Photo Album/Scrapbook
5.  Syllabus

Objective (to be able to):

1.  meet new class mates
2.  work together as a team to create a photo collage of social studies themes

Homework Collected:
1.  None

Class Work Collected:
1.  individual work:
     *  name cards

2.  group work:
     *  photo album pages

Handouts:
1.  class sets:
     *  directions for the ice breaker activity
     *  directions for the group activity
2.  individual set:
     *  class syllabus
     Class Syllabus





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