Mrs. Victoria Walsh

Carmel Middle School

Carmel Clay Schools

300 S. Guilford Road (Map It!)

Carmel, IN 46032

(317) 846-7331 ext. 6417


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Weekly Agenda

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  Week of September 19
Monday, September 19
           

White Day    

  • Return Q1 States Test. Retake information available in the back of the classroom.  
  • Turn in On the Road Again project.
  • This Week in U.S. History: September 21, 1780: Benedict Arnold commits treason; September 24, 1789: The First Supreme Court; September 22, 1862: Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation; September 20, 1973: Billie Jean King defeats Bobby Riggs in "Battle of the Sexes"
  • Discuss events this week including the short quiz Friday over 2.4 Middle Colonies (Pgs. 87-91). Any notes students take on their own may be used on the quiz.
  •  Distribute Colonization Assessment Study Guide and discuss.
  • Review Southern Colonies.
  • Complete 2.3 Pilgrims Notes. Click here for discussion questions.
  • Create Double Bubble about Plymouth and Jamestown.
  • Block 3 only: Begin 2.3 New England Colonies Wkst.
No Assignment.           

Tuesday, September 20

Blue Day             

  • Return Q1 States Test. Retake information available in the back of the classroom.  
  • Turn in On the Road Again project.
  • This Week in U.S. History: September 21, 1780: Benedict Arnold commits treason; September 24, 1789: The First Supreme Court; September 22, 1862: Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation; September 20, 1973: Billie Jean King defeats Bobby Riggs in "Battle of the Sexes"
  • Discuss events this week and next including the short quiz Monday over 2.4 Middle Colonies (Pgs. 87-91). Any notes students take on their own may be used on the quiz.
  •  Distribute Colonization Assessment Study Guide and discuss.
  • Review Southern Colonies.
  • Complete 2.3 Pilgrims Notes. Click here for discussion questions.
  • Create Double Bubble about Plymouth and Jamestown.
  • Begin 2.3 New England Colonies Wkst.

No Assignment.          

Wednesday, September 21
           

 White Day

  • Finish (Block 3) or Start (Block 4) New England Wkst from last class. Go over and discuss the answers. Absent students: Mrs. Walsh can check your answers.
  • Read through Anne Hutchinson Play.
  • Complete 2.3 Exit Slip and turn in.
Assignment: Take notes for Friday's quiz
Thursday, September 22
                       

Blue Day   

  • Finish New England Wkst from last class. Go over and discuss the answers. Absent students: Mrs. Walsh can check your answers.
  • Read through Anne Hutchinson Play.
  • Complete 2.3 Exit Slip and turn in.

Assignment: Take notes for Monday's quiz

Friday, September 23
           

White Day

  • 2.4 Middle Colonies Quiz. Absent students: please contact Mrs. Walsh either by email or in person on Monday to make arrangements to take this quiz.
  •  Return 2.3 Exit Slip. Review New England Colonies.
  • Discuss the Salem Witch Trials. Click here for video watched.
  • Label Map of the 13 Colonies. Shade New England, Middle, and Southern 3 different colors.
  • Work in groups to draw pictures of different Colonial events as a review for next Thursday's test. Click here for review topics.
No Assignment. Begin reviewing for Thursday's test.

 

Last Week's Agenda

  Week of September 12
Monday, September 12
           

Blue Day

No Assignment

Tuesday, September 13

White Day 

  • This Week in U.S. History: September 13, 1814: Francis Scott Key writes the Star Spangled Banner; September 17, 1862: Battle of Antietam; September 15, 1963: Four black schoolgirls killed in Birmingham
  • Discuss events this week. Remind of states test on Thursday.
  • Take down Totem Poles.
  • Distribute Colonization Common Assessment Preparation calendar and discuss.
  • Review Labor in Virginia notes from last class. Complete PPT notes. See the agenda from last class for links to the handouts and teacher notes. Watch video clip about the African Slave Trade. Click here. Watch clip "B" from 3:50 to 6:25. 
  • Complete Slave Trade Exit Slip and turn in.
  • Work in Lab 304. Click here for the survey.  
  • Begin working on On the Road Again Planning and Website Analysis. Due with your project. Check out the project website for examples.
 Assignment: Study for states test 
Wednesday, September 14
           

 Blue Day

  • This Week in U.S. History: September 13, 1814: Francis Scott Key writes the Star Spangled Banner; September 17, 1862: Battle of Antietam; September 15, 1963: Four black schoolgirls killed in Birmingham
  • Discuss events this week. Remind of states test on Friday.
  • Take down Totem Poles.
  • Distribute Colonization Common Assessment Preparation calendar and discuss.
  • Review Labor in Virginia notes from last class. Complete PPT notes. See the agenda from last class for links to the handouts and teacher notes. Watch video clip about the African Slave Trade. Click here. Watch clip "B" from 3:50 to 6:25. 
  • Complete Slave Trade Exit Slip and turn in.
  • Work in Lab 304. Click here for the survey.  
  • Begin working on On the Road Again Planning and Website Analysis. Due with your project. Check out the project website for examples.

 Assignment: Study for states test

Thursday, September 15
                       

White Day   

  • Return several papers
  • Q1 States Test. Absent students: please email Mrs. Walsh or stop by tomorrow to make arrangements to take this test.     
  • Review details of the On the Road Again project that is due next class.
  • Constitution Day! Discuss the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. Answer questions to see how much we know about this important document.
  • Complete 2.5 Southern Colonies Wkst. Page numbers and section titles are included on the wkst. Absent students: Mrs. Walsh will gladly check your answers to this.
 Assignment: On the Road Again due Monday 
Friday, September 16
           

Blue Day

  • Return several papers
  • Q1 States Test. Absent students: please email Mrs. Walsh or stop by on Monday to make arrangements to take this test.     
  • Review details of the On the Road Again project that is due next class.
  • Constitution Day! Discuss the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. Answer questions to see how much we know about this important document.
  • Complete 2.5 Southern Colonies Wkst. Page numbers and section titles are included on the wkst. Absent students: Mrs. Walsh will gladly check your answers to this.

 Assignment: On the Road Again due Tuesday