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1 MONDAY-B TUESDAY-A WEDNESDAY-A THURSDAY-B FRIDAY-A DAILY US HISTORY The Week of 5, 6, and 7 Nov 13 Line of demarcation- an imaginary line running down the middle of the Atlantic Ocean from the North Pole to the South Pole dividing the Americas between Spain and Portugal. (page 47) Objectives- Chapter 3 Formal Assessment Daily History- Define the following words or Phrases: None Activities- Chapter 3 Exam// Read the “Billy Lee Story” and answer the Reading Check Questions (Pds 1 and 3)/ P7- Read pages and answer the associated work sheet packet questions Homework: None neutral-taking neither side in a conflict mercenary- Hired soldiers recruit- to enlist in the military desert-To leave without permission inflation- An increase in money supply causes the price of goods to rise Objectives- 1) Understand why some Americans supported the British. 2) Explain how the Battle of Saratoga marked a turning point in the war. Daily History- Define the following words or phrases: Neutral, mercenary, recruit, desert, inflation Activities- (Pds 2 and 4) PowerPoint presentation Chapter 4, Section 1/ Surprise Pop-Quiz/Graphic Organizer/ PD8-Read pages and answer the associated work sheet packet questions Homework- Read the “Nathan Hale” excerpt and complete the Reading Check Questions neutral-taking neither side in a conflict mercenary- Hired soldiers recruit- to enlist in the military desert-To leave without permission inflation- An increase in money supply causes the price of goods to rise Objectives- 1) Understand why some Americans supported the British. 2) Explain how the Battle of Saratoga marked a turning point in the war. Daily History- Define the following words or phrases: Neutral, mercenary, recruit, desert, inflation Activities- (Pds 1 and 3) PowerPoint presentation Chapter 4, Section 1/ Surprise Pop-Quiz/Graphic Organizer/ PD 7-Read pages and answer the associated work sheet packet questions Homework- None 11

2 MONDAY-B TUESDAY-A WEDNESDAY-A THURSDAY-B FRIDAY-A DAILY US HISTORY The Week of 5, 6, and 7 Nov 13 Line of demarcation- an imaginary line running down the middle of the Atlantic Ocean from the North Pole to the South Pole dividing the Americas between Spain and Portugal. (page 47) Objectives- Chapter 3 Formal Assessment Daily History- Define the following words or Phrases: None Activities- Chapter 3 Exam// Read the “Billy Lee Story” and answer the Reading Check Questions (Pds 1 and 3)/ P7- Read pages and answer the associated work sheet packet questions Homework: None Objectives- 1) Understand why some Americans supported the British. 2) Explain how the Battle of Saratoga marked a turning point in the war. Daily History- Define the following words or phrases: Neutral, mercenary, recruit, desert, inflation Activities- (Pds 2 and 4) PowerPoint presentation Chapter 4, Section 1/ Surprise Pop-Quiz/Graphic Organizer/ PD8-Read pages and answer the associated work sheet packet questions Homework- Read the “Nathan Hale” excerpt and complete the Reading Check Questions Objectives- 1) Understand why some Americans supported the British. 2) Explain how the Battle of Saratoga marked a turning point in the war. Daily History- Define the following words or phrases: Neutral, mercenary, recruit, desert, inflation Activities- (Pds 1 and 3) PowerPoint presentation Chapter 4, Section 1/ Surprise Pop-Quiz/Graphic Organizer/ PD 7-Read pages and answer the associated work sheet packet questions Homework- None 11 No School- Nevada Day Teacher Workshop Day

3 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Essential Question The Week of 5-7 Nov 14 “Most of the things worth doing in the world had been declared impossible before they were done.” Louis D. Brandeis Do you think that the American colonists were right to declare their independence from Great Britain? Why or why not. Knowing what you already know about the Continental Army and some of the issues facing them, please consider this question: If you were a colonist, would you have enlisted in the Continental Army, why or why not?


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