Welcome to the History of the
1st Period - U.S. History
2nd Period - U.S. History
3rd Period - Conference
4th Period - U.S. History
5th Period - U.S. History
6th Period - U.S. History
7th Period - Conference
8th Period - U.S. History
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Crash Course Reviews
*Print the Lecture Guide for the assigned date & bring it to class.
*Points will be awarded for
completing the guide during my lecture.
*A zero will be given for those who do not have the guide.
*You may turn in a completed guide the next school day for half credit.
The EOC Test is May 4!!
Test Part 1
Test Part 2
The Woodlands High School: United States History
School Phone: 936-709-1200
TEXT: United States History Since 1877 (McGraw Hill), Mastering the TEKS in United States History since 1877 (Jarrett Book).
COURSE OBJECTIVE: Students in grade eleven study the major turning points in American history in the late nineteenth,twentieth, and early twenty-first century. Students will build upon the tenth grade study of global industrialization to understand the emergence and impact of new technology and a corporate economy, including the social and cultural effects. An emphasis is placed on the expanding role of the federal government and federal courts as well as the continuing tension between the individual and the state. The rights and freedoms we enjoy are not accidents, but the results of a defined set of political principles that are not always basic to citizens of other countries. Students understand that our rights under the U.S. Constitution are a precious inheritance that depends on an educated citizenry for
their preservation and protection.
1. Follow all policies as outlined in the student handbook.
2. No food or drinks allowed in the classroom. NO cell phones/iPods, etc. during instructional time.
3. Any cheating results in a “0” for both parties.
4. Be on time and prepared to work the entire period. Do not gather at the door before dismissal.
5. Listen while others are talking and show respect to all.
1. Single subject spiral for notes
2. Pens/pencils (occasional map pencils or markers)
3. Three-ring binder
Academic Dishonesty: Students are expected to maintain complete honesty and integrity in academic pursuits. Any student found to be dishonest in any phase of academic work in this class will be subject to disciplinary action. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to: cheating on an exam, quiz, or any other academic work that is submitted; plagiarism; collusion; and, the abuse of resource materials. Remember, sharing quiz and test information with a student who has not yet taken that particular quiz or test is cheating.
- .. Major Grades: Major grades consist of unit or chapter tests. Projects may also be assigned throughout the term such as but not limited to: class presentations, group work, research in the library, or book reviews. Tests will be mostly multiple choice in addition to analysis of documents with short answer, but may also consist of matching, fill in the blank. Major grades are 55% of the nine weeks average (60% Honors).
- .. Daily Grades: Daily grades consist of daily class work, homework, readings, maps, and activities. You will be expected to participate in class discussions. You will be expected to read portions of your textbook as well as supplementary materials as homework and as preparation for classroom activities. Homework may be given nightly. Daily grades are 20% of the nine weeks average (15% Honors).
- .. Quiz Grades: Quizzes given will be announced and should be studied for as if taking a test.. Quizzes could cover readings from the text, homework, current events, or notes and will count as 25% of the nine weeks average.
- .. Make-up: The student is responsible for all missed work because of absences and will be permitted one day to make up work for each day of the excused absence. The responsibility for completing make-up tests rest entirely with the students. It is the student’s responsib ility to get make up work from the teacher after the absence. Tests and quizzes must be made up within one week of the student’s absence. Students will complete make-up tests by appointment. If this is not accomplished, the result will be a zero for that test.
***** If a student is absent the day of the test, but was present for all presented material, he/she should be prepared to take the test the day of return.
- .. Late Work: For daily grades - will be accepted for 50% off and must be received prior to the completion of the unit. After that day, a zero will be given. Major grades will have a late point reduction of 10 points per day.
- .. Re-Testing: One re-test per 9 weeks will be allowed for a test grade of less than 75. In order to qualify for re-testing, the student must attend a minimum of 2 tutoring sessions and be prepared to take the re-test on their own time before or after school. The max grade for re-testing will be 75, or the highest of the two attempts. It is the student’s responsibility to schedule tutoring and re-testing with their teacher.
- . Bonus Credit: Bonus points are occasionally awarded at the discretion of the teacher.