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1  Class #1Thursday, October 3, The French & Indian War  Class #2Friday, October 4, Causes for the War & Native American’s Role HW Due: Vocabulary  Class #3Monday, October 7, Treaty of Paris HW Due: Outline 5-1  Class #4Tuesday, October 8, Turmoil Over Taxation HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #5Wednesday, October 9, Trouble on the Frontier HW Due: Vocabulary  Class #6Thursday, October 10, Act 1, Act 2, Act 3! HW Due: Outline 5-2  Class #7Friday, October 11, Boston Massacre & Sam Adams HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #8Tuesday, October 15, From Protest to Revolution  Class #9Wednesday, October 16, Tea Party HW Due: Vocabulary The Independence Movement & American Revolution CCCS: A.3.a, B.3.a, B.3.c, B.3.d, D.3.a, D.3.b, D.3.c, D.3.d, D.3.e, D.3.f, A.1, A.2 Essential Questions: 1.What are reasons for citizens to revolt against government? 2.Was the American revolution a ‘radical’ revolution? 3.Would you have been a revolutionary in 1776? 4.Was the American Revolution inevitable? 5.Should the United States seek alliances with other nations regardless of political agendas?

2  Class #10Thursday, October 17, Intolerable Acts HW Due: Outline 5-3  Class #11Friday, October 18, Lexington & Concord/ Paul Revere HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #12Monday, October 21, 2013 Continental Congress & Review  Class #13Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Road to the Revolution Quiz HW Due: Study for Quiz  Class #14Wednesday, October 23, Fighting Begins in the North  Class #15Thursday, October 24, Patriots versus Loyalists HW Due: Vocabulary  Class #16Friday, October 25, Battle of Bunker Hill HW Due: Outline 6-1  Class #17Monday, October 28, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 1 HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #18Tuesday, October 29, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 2 The Independence Movement & American Revolution CCCS: A.3.a, B.3.a, B.3.c, B.3.d, D.3.a, D.3.b, D.3.c, D.3.d, D.3.e, D.3.f, A.1, A.2 Essential Questions: 1.What are reasons for citizens to revolt against government? 2.Was the American revolution a ‘radical’ revolution? 3.Would you have been a revolutionary in 1776? 4.Was the American Revolution inevitable? 5.Should the United States seek alliances with other nations regardless of political agendas?

3  Class #19Wednesday, October 30, 2013 Literature Response Based on Novel  Class #20Thursday, October 31, The Colonies Declare Independence HW Due: Vocabulary  Class #21Friday, November 1, Common Sense  Class #22Monday, November 4, Declaration of Independence HW Due: Outline 6-2  Class #23Tuesday, November 5, Declaration of Independence HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #24Wednesday, November 6, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 3  Class #25Monday, November 11, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 4  Class #26Tuesday, November 12, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 5  Class #27Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Literature Response Based on Novel The Independence Movement & American Revolution CCCS: A.3.a, B.3.a, B.3.c, B.3.d, D.3.a, D.3.b, D.3.c, D.3.d, D.3.e, D.3.f, A.1, A.2 Essential Questions: 1.What are reasons for citizens to revolt against government? 2.Was the American revolution a ‘radical’ revolution? 3.Would you have been a revolutionary in 1776? 4.Was the American Revolution inevitable? 5.Should the United States seek alliances with other nations regardless of political agendas?

4  Class #28Thursday, November 14, Struggles in the Middle States  Class #29Friday, November 15, New Jersey’s Role in the War HW Due: Vocabulary  Class #30Monday, November 18, The Turning Point HW Due: Outline 6-3  Class #31Tuesday, November 19, Valley Forge & Review for Quiz HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #32Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Revolutionary War Quiz  Class #33Thursday, November 21, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 6  Class #34Friday, November 22, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 7  Class #35Monday, November 25, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 8  Class #36Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Literature Response Based on Novel The Independence Movement & American Revolution CCCS: A.3.a, B.3.a, B.3.c, B.3.d, D.3.a, D.3.b, D.3.c, D.3.d, D.3.e, D.3.f, A.1, A.2 Essential Questions: 1.What are reasons for citizens to revolt against government? 2.Was the American revolution a ‘radical’ revolution? 3.Would you have been a revolutionary in 1776? 4.Was the American Revolution inevitable? 5.Should the United States seek alliances with other nations regardless of political agendas?

5  Class #37Monday, December 2, Fighting for Liberty on Many Fronts  Class #38Tuesday, December 3, The Role of Women and African Americans in the War HW Due: Vocabulary  Class #39Wednesday, December 4, The War on the Western Frontier HW Due: Outline 6-4  Class #40Thursday, December 5, Winning the War in the South HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #41Friday, December 6, Victory at Yorktown HW Due: Vocabulary  Class #42Monday, December 9, Treaty of Paris HW Due: Outline 6-5  Class #43Tuesday, December 10, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 9 HW Due: The American Nation Questions page  Class #44Wednesday, December 11, 2013 My Brother Sam is Dead In-Class Reading Novel Day 10  Class #45Thursday, December 12, 2013 Literature Response Based on Novel The Independence Movement & American Revolution CCCS: A.3.a, B.3.a, B.3.c, B.3.d, D.3.a, D.3.b, D.3.c, D.3.d, D.3.e, D.3.f, A.1, A.2 Essential Questions: 1.What are reasons for citizens to revolt against government? 2.Was the American revolution a ‘radical’ revolution? 3.Would you have been a revolutionary in 1776? 4.Was the American Revolution inevitable? 5.Should the United States seek alliances with other nations regardless of political agendas?

6  Class #46Monday, December 15, 2013 Introduce Student Growth Objective Project  Class #47Tuesday, December 16, 2013 Student Growth Objective: Revolutionary War Timeline Day 1  Class #48Wednesday, December 17, 2013 Student Growth Objective: Revolutionary War Timeline Day 2  Class #49Thursday, December 18, 2013 Student Growth Objective: Revolutionary War Timeline Day 3  Class #50Friday, December 19, 2013 Student Growth Objective: Revolutionary War Timeline Day 4 The Independence Movement & American Revolution CCCS: A.3.a, B.3.a, B.3.c, B.3.d, D.3.a, D.3.b, D.3.c, D.3.d, D.3.e, D.3.f, A.1, A.2 Essential Questions: 1.What are reasons for citizens to revolt against government? 2.Was the American revolution a ‘radical’ revolution? 3.Would you have been a revolutionary in 1776? 4.Was the American Revolution inevitable? 5.Should the United States seek alliances with other nations regardless of political agendas?


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