Mrs. Noyes

Black Death Ms. Noyes: Remote Learning Plans

American Studies II

April 27, 2020 – May 29, 2020

Updated:  May 18, 2020

IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR ALL STUDENTS!  The Marking period for the 4th Quarter ends on May 29, 2020. All work (including the Final Exam) must be submitted to me prior to that date. Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! If you still have a lot of work outstanding, please contact asap with your “game plan” to complete the work! I know you can do it!!

Note: I have put in all grades with exception of Final Exam. PLEASE CHECK YOU POWER SCHOOL GRADE TO SEE WHERE YOU STAND!

Note: Final Exam Instructions below

May 29, 2020

Note: Scroll down for this week’s assignments! For older assignments from April 7, 2020 to April 17, 2020, Please scroll down further.

American Studies II: Period’s 1, 4, 5

Please remember: All students with IEP’s need only complete 75% of assignments.

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

  • Note: For all students with IEP’s, finish 75% for full credit.

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

  • Finish Korean War Note Taking Guide

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Note: For all students with IEP’s, finish 75% for full credit.

Friday, May 1, 2020

  • Finish The Cold War Expands Note Taking Guide

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Wednesday, May 6 2020

Thursday, May 7 2020

  • Finish Guided Reading Activity

Friday, May 8, 2020

  • Chapter Focus Questions (pages 845-875)
  1. How did the United States respond to the treat of Soviet expansion?
  2. How did President Harry Truman use his powers of the Presidency to limit the spread of Communism in East Asia?
  3. How did the fear of Communism affect American Society?

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Note: Students have been telling me that they have been unable to open the 2-Column Notes for JFK/LBJ. I have uploaded them again. If they are still not working please email me. I will send them to you with an email attachment. Thanks.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

  • Finish JFK and the Cold War

Thursday, May 14, 2020

B.Kennedy’s New Frontier G R. Student

Friday, May 15, 2020

  • Finish Kennedy’s New Frontier
  • Note: All students with IEP’s need only to complete a 1 page Reflection

Ms. Noyes: Remote Learning Plans

World History

April 27, 2020 – May 29, 2020

World History: Period’s 2 and 6

Updated:  May 12, 2020

IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR ALL STUDENTS! THE 4TH QUARTER ENDS May 29, 2020

Note: Scroll down for this week’s assignments!

Note: Final Exam due May 29, 2020

May 29, 2020

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Friday, May 1, 2020

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Friday, May 8, 2020

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

  • Protestant Reformation Open Notebook due

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Friday, May 15, 2020

April 7, 2020 – April 17, 2020

Update: April 25, 2020  A quick clarification. Please know that students absolutely can continue to drop their work off at the school, but teachers are now putting all lessons on our teacher websites. If you cannot access the lessons online, please contact me asap. I can make physical packets if students are unable to access the lessons online.

Update: April 23, 2020  I have been experiencing difficulty returning emails to some students. If you have sent mean an email recently, and I did not confirm with a follow up email, please know that I enter your grades on a regular basis. If you check Power School and find that I have missed any assignment, please contact me asap. I am hoping the email problem was just a fluke.

Update:  April 17, 2020  I picked up work at the school yesterday, April 16th. Some was still in quarantine and I will not be able to pick it up until after the April vacation break.

American Studies II: Periods 1 and 5

Program of Studies-Social Studies

Syllabus-American-History-II 2019-20

Updated: April 13, 2020 Last Thursday, April 9th I picked up from the school all the Remote Learning Plans from March 17th-April 3rd. I have been entering all the graded work into Power School. If you passed in work since April 9th I have not picked it up from the school yet, but will be picking it up tomorrow afternoon. If you believe I have missed any of your assignments please let me know asap by email (dnoyes@hnhsd.org). If you have not given me any work, please do so asap.

Updated:  April 10, 2020 I picked up all student Remote Learning Packets on Thursday, April 9th. Thank-you to all of you that dropped off your work. I will be organizing and grading the work immediately but it is important to note, there are hundreds of papers that need to be graded, and it will take me some time to get through all of it. As I grade, I will be entering this information daily into Power School. My goal is to have all work graded and entered into Power School by the end of next week (04/17/20).  Also, please check back on my website next week to see the next round of lessons. Stay safe. Ms. Noyes

Updated:  April 6, 2020   If any student has any questions, please email me asap at (dnoyes@hnhsd.org). Directions: Using your textbook, United States History, Review the pages 882-949 and complete the following assessments:

April 7, 2020 – April 17, 2020

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Terms and People: (p. 948)
    • Question One: Who was Martin Luther King, and what did he achieve in his lifetime?
    • Question Two: How did the South respond to the first Civil Rights Sit-in at the Woolworth’s Lunch Counter in Greensboro, South Carolina?
    • Question Three: What did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 accomplish, and who is responsible for pushing it through Congress?
    • Question Five: How did the 24th Amendment help African Americans
  • Note: All students with IEP’s only need to answer 3 of the 4 questions. Your choice which 3

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Critical Thinking Question
    • Create a T-Chart comparing the successes of the Civil Rights Movement to the Challenges faced by African Americans after 1964

Thursday, April 9, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Critical Thinking Question
    • What role did television play in the Civil Rights Movement and how do you think television contributed to its success?
    • Why was Affirmative Action necessary in the 1960s and explain why there is so much controversy surrounding it today?
  • Note: All students with IEP’s, please choose one. Your choice.

Friday, Friday 10, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Analyzing Primary Documents (p. 949)
    • Read the 4 documents about Civil Disobedience and answer questions 1, 2, and 3.
  • Note: Students with IEP’s may choose just two of the three questions. Your choice

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

  • Please go online (google) and watch a short video on the Cold War called “Duck and Cover”. This film was shown to grade school students starting in the the 1950s and continued throughout the Cold War. I was one of those students. Directions: After viewing the film, write a reflection on what you have just watched. What is your reaction to the film? How do you believe students at such a young age would have reacted to it? Do you believe the film was depicting accurate information? If you were a young child and shown this film, how would you have reacted? Do you believe that such a film should have been shown to young students? Why or Why not? Please be thoughtful in writing your reflection.

Wednesday, April 15, 20

  • Vocab: The Cold War Begins

2-Column Notes-The Cold War Begins

Vocab-The Cold War Begins

Thursday, April 16, 2020

  • Read pages 846-853, The Cold War Begins and answer the attached guided reading assignment. If you do not have a textbook I have left extra copies in the office. Please call the school beforehand so that they know you are coming.

The Cold War Begins G R Student

Friday, April 17, 2020

  • Finish The Cold War Begins Guided Reading

 

American Studies II Honors: Period 4

Updated: April 13, 2020 Last Thursday, April 9th I picked up from the school all the Remote Learning Plans from March 17th-April 3rd. I have been entering all the graded work into Power School. If you passed in work since April 9th I have not picked it up from the school yet, but will be picking it up tomorrow afternoon. If you believe I have missed any of your assignments please let me know asap by email (dnoyes@hnhsd.org). If you have not given me any work, please do so asap.

Updated:  April 10, 2020 I picked up all student Remote Learning Packets on Thursday, April 9th. Thank-you to all of you that dropped off your work. I will be organizing and grading the work immediately but it is important to note, there are hundreds of papers that need to be graded, and it will take me some time to get through all of it. As I grade, I will be entering this information daily into Power School. My goal is to have all work graded and entered into Power School by the end of next week (04/17/20).  Also, please check back on my website next week to see the next round of lessons. Stay safe. Ms. Noyes

Updated:  April 6, 2020   If any student has any questions, please email me asap at (dnoyes@hnhsd.org). Directions: Using your textbook, United States History, Review the pages 882-949 and complete the following assessments:

Program of Studies-Social Studies

Syllabus-American-History-II 2019-20

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Terms and People: (p. 948)
    • Question One: Who was Martin Luther King, and what did he achieve in his lifetime?
    • Question Two: How did the South respond to the first Civil Rights Sit-in at the Woolworth’s Lunch Counter in Greensboro, South Carolina?
    • Question Three: What did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 accomplish, and who is responsible for pushing it through Congress?
    • Question Five: How did the 24th Amendment help African Americans?

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Critical Thinking Question
    • Create a T-Chart comparing the successes of the Civil Rights Movement to the Challenges faced by African Americans after 1964.
    • Using your completed T-Chart, write a 3-paragraph essay. Be sure toinclude an opening and a closing.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Critical Thinking Question
    • What role did television play in the Civil Rights Movement and how do you think television contributed to its success?
    • Why was Affirmative Action necessary in the 1960’s and explain why there is so much controversy surrounding it today?
    • How did Stokely Carmichael’s and Martin Luther King’s attitudes toward the Civil Rights Movement?

Friday, Friday 10, 2020

  • Unit Assessment: Analyzing Primary Documents (p. 949)
    • Read the 4 documents about Civil Disobedience and answer questions 1 – 4.

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

  • Please go online (google) and watch a short video on the Cold War called “Duck and Cover”. This film was shown to grade school students starting in the the 1950s and continued throughout the Cold War. I was one of those students. Directions: After viewing the film, write a reflection on what you have just watched. What is your reaction to the film? How do you believe students at such a young age would have reacted to it? Do you believe the film was depicting accurate information? If you were a young child and shown this film, how would you have reacted? Do you believe that such a film should have been shown to young students? Why or Why not? Please be thoughtful in writing your reflection.

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

  • Vocab: The Cold War Begins

2-Column Notes-The Cold War Begins

Vocab-The Cold War Begins

Thursday, April 16, 2020

  • Read pages 846-853, The Cold War Begins and answer the attached guided reading assignment. If you do not have a textbook I have left extra copies in the office. Please call the school beforehand so that they know you are coming.

The Cold War Begins Guided Reading

Friday, April 17, 2020

  • Finish Guided Reading: The Cold War Begins

 

World History: Periods 2 and 6

Updated: April 13, 2020 Last Thursday, April 9th I picked up from the school all the Remote Learning Plans from March 17th-April 3rd. I have been entering all the graded work into Power School. If you passed in work since April 9th I have not picked it up from the school yet, but will be picking it up tomorrow afternoon. If you believe I have missed any of your assignments please let me know asap by email (dnoyes@hnhsd.org). If you have not given me any work, please do so asap.

Updated:  April 10, 2020 I picked up all student Remote Learning Packets on Thursday, April 9th. Thank-you to all of you that dropped off your work. I will be organizing and grading the work immediately but it is important to note, there are hundreds of papers that need to be graded, and it will take me some time to get through all of it. As I grade, I will be entering this information daily into Power School. My goal is to have all work graded and entered into Power School by the end of next week (04/17/20).  Also, please check back on my website next week to see the next round of lessons. Stay safe. Ms. Noyes

Updated:  April 6, 2020  If any student has questions or encounter any problems, email me asap (dnoyes@hnhsd.org)

Syllabus-World-History 2019-20

Course Outline Essential Questions

 

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

2-Column Notes-Muslims

Study Terms-Muslim Civilization

Note: Any student with an IEP need only answer 75% of the terms. Your choice.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Open Notebook-Muslim Civilization

Note: Any student with an IEP need only answer 75% of the terms. Your choice.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Two Column Notes-Rise of Europe

Two Column Notes-Middle Ages

Vocab-Feudalism and the Middle Ages

Note: Any student with an IEP need only answer 75% of the terms. Your choice. Friday,

Friday 10, 2020

The Black Death

Note: No need to do the Black Death activity. I am unable to download it.

Black Death

Black Death (2)

Note: Any student with an IEP need only answer 75% of the terms. Your choice.

World History: April

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

2-Column Notes-Kingdoms of Africa

Study Guide-Kingdoms of Africa

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

2-Column Notes-Civilizations in East Asia

Study Guide- East Asia

Thursday, April 16, 2020

  • Open Notebook Unit Assessment

Unit Exam-Muslims, Middle Ages, Africa & East Asia

Note: You do not have to do the essay portion since we were unable to watch the documentary

Friday, April 17, 2020

  • Finish Open Notebook Unit Assessment

 

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