Mr. Eugster       

For the Week

of

11 - 15 DEC 2017

Monday (11)

Tuesday (12) Wednesday (13) Thursday (14) Friday (15)

Michigan History

Learning Target: Identify Michigan's contribution to U.S. economic prosperity of the late 19th C.

Lab - Book Report (due Tuesday) Lab - Book Report

Book Report Due by End of Day

 

 

Assignments:               Read pgs. 191-203, pg. 203 (1-7)

Brochure Project (Due Monday)

 

 

Snow Day Lecture/Discussion:    Michigan's Lumber Era

Continue to work on Project

AP European History

 Standards:  CR1a, CR1b, CR2, CR4, CR6

 Learning Target: Examine the Scientific Revolution and Philosophy of the 16th/17th C. as they relate to religious and political developments.

Lecture/Discussion:     The Scientific Revolution - Copernicus, Kepler, Newton

 

 

Assignment:                Scientific Revolution Primary Sources (5), Questions

Discussion of Readings

Assignment:                Read pgs. 208-215, Focus Questions

 

Snow Day

Lecture/Discussion:     Philosophy in the 16th and 17th C. - Bacon, Descartes, Hobbes

 

 

American History

      Standards:        F1, F2, K1, P1, P2, 6.1.1, 6.1.2, 6.1.4

 Learning Target: Examine the Industrial Growth of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and determine if it resulted in social and/or economic progress.

Ch. 19, Secs. 4 & 5 Quiz

Assignment:                  Ch. 20 Vocab

 

Lecture/Discussion (Industrial Growth):    Progress/Regression in the Late 19th Century

Ch. 20 (Industrial Growth) Projects - Day 1 (Group Readings)

Assignment:             T-Chart/Summary for Assigned Sections

 

 

Ch. 20 (Industrial Growth) Projects - Day 2 (Create Presentations) Snow Day Ch. 20 (Industrial Growth) Projects - Day 3 (Create Presentations)
 

Monday

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday