High School (8th-12th Grades)


Social Studies

Welcome to Summer School!


Summer school begins June 22, 2020 and ends July 30, 2020. It takes place Monday through Thursday and there are no classes on Fridays for the summer. Social Studies will continue with the same schedule meeting twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays. Summer school will continue to be taught remotely with the same format. Students will have a class assignment through Google Slides and an additional "Homework" assignment as well. Everything you need for High School Social Studies will be located on this page. Additional helpful resources can be found on the "Resources" link on the left hand side of this screen.  Be sure to complete in-class assignments and turn in your homework each week by Thursday evening. We look forward to working with you virtually this summer. 

Ms. Plesco, Ms. Purcell, & Ms. Oman


Things to remember:
 »Always to Social Student before ELA
 »Include these five things on your assignments:
 1. Name
 2. Date
 3. Building
 4. Subject 
 5. Topic or Lesson

 Week 4: Ignored History
 
 Date: Monday, July 13, 2020
 Topic: Lessons Left out of History
 Learning Objectives: 1) Identify & Explain some events often left out of textbooks and 2) Explain how events influence perception.
 Lesson: Click on the link below to open up the slide show. Follow the directions in the slide show and complete the activity tasks.
Left out of History
 Homework: There is no homework today.
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 Week 3: Current Events
 
Date: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Topic: Black Lives Matter
Learning Objective: (1) Students will learn about types of protests and reasons why people joined the Black Lives Matter Movement (2) Students analyze and interpret images, political cartoon, and first person narratives
Lesson: Click on the link below to open up the Google slides.  Follow the directions in the slideshow and complete the activity tasks. Click here BLM Lesson
Homework: Black Lives Matter Homework

Date: Monday, July 6, 2020
Topic: Black Lives Matter
Learning Objective: (1) Students will learn about the Black Lives Matter organization and movement and how it evolved (2) Analyze and interpret images, political cartoon, timeline, charts, tables, and graphs 
Lesson: Click on the link below to open up the slideshow.  Follow the directions in the slideshow and complete the activity tasks.
Click here for Lesson on Black Lives Matter
Homework:  There is no homework today 

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 Week 2: Social Studies Skills - Analyzing Charts and Graphs and Analyzing Images
 
 Date: Wednesday, July 1, 2020
 Topic: Analyzing Images
 Learning Objective: Analyze images for their meaning.
 Lesson: Click on the link below to open up the slide show.  Follow the directions in the slide show and complete the activity tasks.  Make sure to complete the testmoz activity at the end of the presentation.  This is where your grade for today will come from.
 Analyzing Images
 Homework: There is no homework today.  Make sure you completed the testmoz activity included at the end of the presentation.
 
 Date: Monday, June 29, 2020
 Topic: Analyzing Charts and Graphs
 Learning Objective: Demonstrate comprehension of charts and graphs
 Lesson: Click on the link below to open up the slide show.  Follow the directions in the slide show and complete the activity tasks.  Make sure to complete the testmoz activity at the end of the presentation.  This is where your grade for today will come from.
 Analyzing Charts and Graphs
 Homework: There is no homework today.  Make sure you completed the testmoz activity included at the end of the presentation.
 
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 Week 1: Mapping Skills
 
 Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2020
 Topic: Map Projection & Scale
 Learning Objective(s): 1) Identify different types of mp projections and 2) use map scale to determine the distance between 2 places.
 Lesson: Click on the link below to open up the slide show. Follow the directions in the slide show and complete the activity tasks.
Map Projection & Scale
 Homework: There is no homework today.
 
 Date: Monday, June 22, 2020
 Topic: Map Skills Basics
 Learning Objective(s): 1) Identify the 5 components of a map and 2) Utilize the components of a map to locate a variety of place.
 Lesson: Click on the link below to open up the slide show. Follow the directions in the slide show and complete the activity tasks.
Mapping Skills Basics
 Homework: For homework, you will map out a room. Go to the Homework tab to get the assignment.