US History Quarter 2                           Updated: October 8, 2019

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Week #1

Monday

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Day 19

 

Objectives:  Understands the Bill of Rights and various challenges to it (e.g., arguments by Federalists and Anti-Federalists over the need for a Bill of Rights, the Alien and Sedition Acts, recent court cases involving the Bill of Rights)

Relate how colonial America was different from Constitutional America

Biblical Worldview:

The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not  willing that any should perish, but that
all should come to repentance.  (II Peter 3:9) There is no question as to God's desire for everyone in the world to be saved:

For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. (Romans 10:13) But. . .

Monday Video African Americans Part 2 The Age of Slavery video

worksheet

 

Pop Qz African Am Pt 2 in Schoology

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

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Day 19

 

SAT 10 Objectives 7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.  List the events that led to the fall of the Federalist Party

Biblical Worldview:

increase your understanding of God's plan for the world:  Joshua 2:11; 3:11: God is Lord of all the Heaven and earth

Lesson 27 video        27

Wednesday

 

Fall

Break

 

 

 

 

Fall

Break

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch Jefferson 52 min video worksheet

Monday Video Watch War of 1812 Part 1  worksheet

Thursday

Fall

Break

 

 

Friday

Fall

Break

 

 
 
 

Week #2

Monday

A/B

Day 20

 

SAT 10 Objectives 7.4 Economics  7.4a Demonstrate an understanding of macroeconomic and microeconomic concepts from a national and international perspective.

  Relate how the Era of Good Feelings was different from the "Critical Period"

Biblical Worldview:

John also referred to Jesus as the "Lamb of God sent to take away the sin of the world": The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him and said, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world. (John 1:29)

Lesson 28 video     28

Lesson 29 video  29

  

 

The Jeffersonian Era: 
#27  The Revolution of 1800

Pop Qz L 27 in Schoology

Teach    #28 Jefferson's Triumphs's Abroad

 

 

 

 

Watch Burr Shoots Hamilton 5 min video

Watch War of 1812 Chesapeak Affair 7 min video

Battle of New Orleans song

Watch Legend and Lies Davey Crocket  37 min video video sheet

Watch Jefferson's Jefferson 52 min video

Cap's Current Connections
Erie Canal 5min video

  Watch Tecumseh 2 min video

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday

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Day 20

 

OK PASS Objectives

Content Standard 1: The student will analyze causes, key events, and effects of the Civil War  / Reconstruction era.1. Examine the economic and philosophical differences (e.g.,sectionalism,popular sovereignty,states’ rights debate,nullification,abolition,and tariffs)between the North and South
Discuss the Missouri Compromise

Biblical Worldview:

Increase your understanding of God's plan for the world:  Joshua 2:11; 3:11: God is Lord of all the Heaven and earth.

Lesson 30 video  30


Wednesday

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Day 21

 

OK PASS Objectives  Content Standard 1:1. Examine the economic and philosophical differences nullification, and tariffs between the North and SouthIdentify the major issues in the Electon of 1828

Biblical Worldview:

 Samuel 22:50-51:  God was praised by David so that all nations would glorify Him.

Lesson 31 video  31


Teach  #29 The War of 1812

Teach #30 "The Era of Good Feelings"

In Class Quiz 27-30  in Schoology

 

 

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Thursday

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Day 21

Objectives: Examine the economic and philosophical differences nullification, and tariffs between the North and SouthIdentify the major issues in the Electon of 1828

Lesson 32 video  32

Friday

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Day 22

 

Understands the factors that led to the development of the two-party system e.g., the emergence of an organized opposition party .  Relate how Jeffersonian Politics differed from the Democrats

Biblical Worldview:

I Kings 8:23,43:  After the Kingdom of  Israel was established, King Solomon asked that "all people on the earth may know Thy name, so fear Thee, as do Thy people Israel."

Lesson 33 video  33

Teach Lesson # 31   Cross Currents

Teach Lesson #32     The Jackson Years

Teach Lesson #33 Party Politics   

 

In Class Hmwk 31-33 in Schoology

 

Watch Fletcher v. Peck Protecting private property 9min video             

Watch Andrew Jackson and Davey Crocket (Men Who Built America 34min video

 
 

Week #3

Monday

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Day 22

 

Understands the factors that led to the development of the two-party system e.g., the emergence of an organized opposition party .  Relate how Jeffersonian Politics differed from the Democrats

Biblical Worldview:

I Kings 8:23,43:  After the Kingdom of  Israel was established, King Solomon asked that "all people on the earth may know Thy name, so fear Thee, as do Thy people Israel."

Lesson 33 video  33

   See Friday

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Tuesday

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Day 23

 

SAT 10 Objectives  7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.  List the events that led to the Great Age of Technology

Biblical Worldview:

I Kings 8:43,53,60:  These verses reflect God's continued desire that the earth come to the knowledge of His plan.

II Kings 19:15-19:  Deliverance was sought so that all the earth would know the true God.

 


      3Week Exam Lessons 24-33 in Schoology

After Exam:

Watch Abolitionists Part 3 50 min video with worksheet

                                

Watch Millerites End Times 5 min video

Wednesday

A/B

Day 23

 

PASS Objectives

3. Identify political and military leaders of the war Frederick Douglass, and William Lloyd Garrison.  Identify the major issues in American Culture

Biblical Worldview:

I Chronicles 16:23-24,31:  God's glory was to be  declared among the nations.  I Chronicles 16:35:  Deliverance from the heathen  is sought so God will be glorified.  II Chronicles 6:32-33:  All peoples  of  the earth should have opportunity to know God.  II Chronicles 6:14; 20:6; 32:13:  God is exalted as the one true God of the world.  II Chronicles 16:9:  God views the world with a special desire in His heart.

Lesson 34 video  34

Thursday

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Day 24

 

Analyze the difference between the Cults and Denominations of the Second Great Awakening

Biblical Worldview:

Nehemiah 6:16: The purpose of  Nehemiah's  project was greater than building a wall.  It was to demonstrate the reality of God's power and the certainty of His plan.

Nehemiah 9:6-7: God is proclaimed as Lord of all the earth.

Lesson 35 video  35

 

Teach Lesson #34      American Technology

Teach Lesson # 35  American Culture

Pop Qz L 34-35 in Schoology

Friday

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Day 24

 

Understands the impact of territorial expansion on Native American tribes (e.g., the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole removals, the significance of the Trail of Tears, the original lands held by various tribes of the Southeast and those held in the Old Northwest territory)

Locate on a map the Middle passage and the Territorial Expansion up to 1840

Biblical Worldview:

What does it mean to go to all the world?  Missionaries have gone to every nation and some measurable Christian witness  exists in nearly every country of the earth.  But have we gone to ALL the world, to EVERY creature?

Lesson 36 video  36


 
 

Week #4

Monday

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Day 25

 

Detail how Revivals swept the United States during the 1st 1/2 of the 19th Century  

Biblical Worldview:

Go ye into ALL the world and preach the Gospel to every creature. . .(Mark 16:15)

. . . That repentance and remission of sins should be preached in His name among ALL nations, beginning at Jerusalem. . .(Luke 24:47)

. . . Ye shall be witnesses unto me. . . unto the uttermost part of the earth. (Acts 1:8)

Lesson 36 video  36



 


Teach  Lesson #36    American Religion

 

Watch 2016 Election Morning After 17min video

 In Class Hmwk 34-36 in Schoology


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Tuesday

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Day 25

 

List the events that led to the Texas Revolution & Annexation

Biblical Worldview:

When God views the world, He sees a great gap. It is the gap between sinful man and a righteous God. But God also sees another gap. It is the gap in the harvest fields of the world. The harvest is ready, but there are few laborers. Millions of people stand in this gap. They are ready to be harvested for God with the Gospel message. God says:


Wednesday

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Day 26

 

SAT 10 Objectives 7.2 Geography  7.2a Demonstrate an understanding of the world in spatial terms, places and regions, physical and human systems, environment and society, and the uses of geography.

Identify the major issues in the mistakes that were made during the Age of Jackson?

Biblical Worldview:

In the Book of Psalms references are made to the nations and peoples more than 200 times. Expressions like "all the earth," "all the people,"  "all peoples,"  "all flesh," "everything that hath breath," "all the ends of the earth,"  "all the people of the earth," "the eyes of all," and the "heathen"  occur repeatedly in this book.

Lesson 37 video  37


Teach  Lesson #37 Across the Wide Missouri

Teach Lesson #38 Politics and Protocol

Teach  Lesson #39  War With Mexico

In Class Hmwk L 37-39 in Schoology

 

Thursday

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Day 26

 

Analyze the Tension between the United States and Mexico mounted following a dispute over the location of the Texas border

Understands the origins of Manifest Destiny and its influence on the westward expansion of the United States (e.g., its role in the resolution of the Oregon dispute with Great Britain, how it led to the Mexican-American war)

Biblical Worldview:

Psalms presents the earth as belonging to the Lord, with everything under His control (Psalms 24:1). It exalts God as the Most High over all the earth (Psalms 38:10; 97:9).

Lesson 38 video  38

Friday

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Day 27

 

Understands elements of the relationship between Texas and Mexico in the mid-19th century (e.g., the Texas War for Independence, American settlement in Mexico�s Texas, the American defeat at the Alamo)

PASS ObjectivesLocate on a map the major battles of the Mexican War and locate the Mexican Cession

Biblical Worldview:  Proverbs 2:22; 10:30; 11:31: Describe present wicked conditions on the earth.  Proverbs 14:34:  Righteous and sinful nations are contrasted.

Lesson 39 video  39

Watch "Mexican War: The West video   and video worksheet

Turn in Class notes for a test grade. Launching a New Government through War With Mexico.  

Teach   Lesson 40 Conntroversy  

 
 

Week #5

Monday

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Day 27

 

Understands events that led to the Mexican-American war (e.g., the idea of Manifest Destiny, U.S. annexation of Texas, the invasion of Mexico by U.S. troops) and the consequences of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Relate how the rise of the steam engine has revolution

Biblical Worldview:

The challenge to go to the nations of the world is now assumed by the Church.  But the Church is made up of individuals and it will only be effective in meeting this challenge as each person personally responds to the Great Commission.

See Friday

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Tuesday

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Day 28

 

Understands events that led to the Mexican-American war (e.g., the idea of Manifest Destiny, U.S. annexation of Texas, the invasion of Mexico by U.S. troops) and the consequences of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Biblical Worldview:

Each believer accepted the challenge to teach faithful men and women who would be able to teach others also:

And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also. (II Timothy 2:2)

  Teach  Lesson 41 Conflict  

Watch Harriet Beecher Stowe 6 min video    Questions

 


Pop Qz 40-41 in Schoology

 

 
             Watch Wrath of God Donner Party 11 min video

 


Wednesday

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Day 28

 

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 1: 2. Trace the events leading to secession and war (e.g., the Compromise of 1850, the Fugitive Slave Act,

Biblical Woldview:

Proverbs 3:19; 8:23-31: Exalt  God as Creator of Heaven and earth. Ecclesiastes 1:4; 3:11: Present the Lord as Creator and  God of the earth. Ecclesiastes 7:20; 8:14; 10:7: Focus on the present condition of man and the world. Ecclesiastes 12:7: Reveals the eternal nature of the  spirit of man. Ecclesiastes 3:14: Stresses the certainty of God's plan.

Lesson 40 video

Thursday

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Day 29

 

OK PASS Objectives

Content Standard 1: The student will analyze causes, , and effects of the Civil War

SAT 10 Objectives 7.4 Economics  7.4a Demonstrate an understanding of macroeconomic and microeconomic concepts from a national and international perspective.

Biblical Worldview:

Jesus declared that His house was to be called of all nations a house of prayer: And He taught, saying unto them, Is it not written, My house shall be called of all nations the house of prayer?  (Mark 11:17)

The Greek word for "house"  in this verse means dwelling place. This can be either a private home or public temple.

Lesson 41 video

 

Teach     Lesson 42 Crisis     

Teach  Lesson #43   War of Brothers

Watch Harriet Beecher Stowe 6 min video    Questions     

 

 

Friday

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Day 29

 

SAT 10 Objectives 7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.

Locate on a map the major battles in Bleeding Kansas

Biblical Worldview:

And there was given Him [Jesus] dominion, and glory, and a kingdom, that all people, nations, and languages should serve Him; His dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not pass away, and His kingdom that which shall not be destroyed. (Daniel 7:14)

Lesson 42 video


 
 

Week #6

Monday

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Day 30

 

Content Standard 1:
2. Trace the events leading to secession and war (e.g.) John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry, Election of 1860, Ft Sumter

Biblical Worldview:

Israel hated the people of Ninevah. At first, Jonah refused to go preach to them. But after further dealing from God, he went and preached repentance, although he offered no guidance on how to repent. They had to guess at what to do, as the king's decree reflects (Jonah 3:8-9).

Lesson 43 video  43

2nd Qt 6wk Exam L 34-43

Teach  Lesson #44       
War in the East

Watch Causes of the Civil War 8 min video

 

 


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Tuesday

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Day 30

 

OK PASS Objectives
4. Interpret the importance of critical developments in the war, including major battles “Anaconda Plan,” Bull Run, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, Antietam, battle of the Monitor and Merrimack, and the North’s “total war strategy”

Election of 1860, Ft Sumter

Biblical Worldview:

Instead of rejoicing at their repentance, Jonah complained and argued with God (Jonah 4:2). The last words of Jonah recorded in Scripture are "I am angry enough to die" (Jonah 4:9).

Wednesday

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Day 31

 

 

 

 

 

Video:  Watch America the Story of Us Civil War watch first 43 min

Worksheet

 

In Class Hmwk L 43-46 in Schoology

Thursday

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Day 31

 

Friday

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Day 32

 

Teach Lesson #45   War in the West

Pop Quiz 43-44 in Schoology

 

 
 

Week #7

 

Monday

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Day 32

 

OK PASS Objectives
4. Interpret the importance of critical developments in the war, including major battles “Anaconda Plan,” Bull Run, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, Antietam, battle of the Monitor and Merrimack, and the North’s “total war strategy”

Lesson 44 video  44

 

See Friday

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Tuesday

A/B

Day 33

 

Biblical Worldview:

Each believer accepted the challenge to teach faithful men and women who would be able to teach others also:

And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also. (II Timothy 2:2)

 

 

Monday Video Watch Assassinated Presidents 21 min video

Worksheet

Wednesday

Thanks

giving

break

 

OK PASS Objectives
4. Interpret the importance of critical developments in the war, including major battles Analyze the difference between the Grant taking control of Mississippi and Sherman's March to the Sea

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah is an excellent example of the emphasis on God's plan for the world which is revealed in the books of the prophets:

Isaiah 17:12-13; 24:5-6;:  Describes the condition of  the world before God

Lesson 45 video

 

Thanksgiving

break

Thursday

Thanks

giving

break

 

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 1: 3. Identify political and military leaders of the war (e.g., Abraham Lincoln,Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee,
4. Interpret the importance of critical developments in the war, including major battles and Lee's surrender at Appomattox.    SAT 10 Objectives 7.3 Political Science    Demonstrate an understanding of government and society and the values and principles of democratic citizenship.

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 52:13-15:  The servant mentioned in this passage is Jesus.  He would suffer for the redemption of the world.  The kings of the Gentile or heathen nations would hear the Gospel in astonishment.

Lesson 46 video

Friday

Thanks

giving

break

 

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 1: The student will analyze causes, key events, and effects of the Civil War/Reconstruction era.

4. Interpret the importance of critical developments in the war, the Emancipation Proclamation.

Biblical Worldview:

The kings of the Gentile or heathen nations would hear the Gospel in astonishment.  Christ's death was to be for all peoples and nations of the earth.  His Gospel was to be proclaimed to all regions of the world.

Lesson #47 video

 
 

Week #8

Monday

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Day 33

 

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 1: The student will analyze causes, key events, and effects of the Civil War/Reconstruction era.

4. Interpret the importance of critical developments in the war, the Emancipation Proclamation.

Biblical Worldview:

The kings of the Gentile or heathen nations would hear the Gospel in astonishment.  Christ's death was to be for all peoples and nations of the earth.  His Gospel was to be proclaimed to all regions of the world.

Lesson #47 video

See Tuesday Above

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Tuesday

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Day 34

 

SAT 10 Objectives  7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.

Teach Lesson #46 On the Home Front

Give quiz over Lesson #44 -47

  Sherman's Battle Tactics 9 min video    Questions 

 

Wednesday

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Day 34

 

 

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 54:1-5:  The "seed" here means  Israel's spiritual seed, including Gentile believers who would come to a saving knowledge of Jesus.  The appeal to "enlarge your dwelling" meant to expand to receive children of God from among the heathen.

Lesson 48 video

Thursday

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Day 35

 

6. Evaluate the continuing impact of Reconstruction policies on the South, including southern reaction (e.g., tenant farming, Freedmen’s Bureau, sharecropping, Black Codes, Ku Klux Klan, Carpetbaggers, scalawags, Plessy v. Ferguson, and Jim Crow laws).

Biblical Worldview:

1. ) We are God’s creation, designed to govern the world and fellowship with Him (Genesis1:27-28; 2:15).

 

Lesson 49 video

Teach Lesson #47   Road to Appomottox

In Class Hmwk L 47 in Schoology

  Watch Robert E Lee Surrenders 11 min video

 

Teach  Lesson #48 Struggle over Reconstruction

 

 

 

Friday

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Day 35

 

Content Standard 1: The student will analyze effects of the Civil War

Biblical Worldview:

Isaiah 42:1-10:  God would deal mercifully with the nations.  He would not give up, no matter how trying or how long the time before they would respond.  Many of the "isles" referred to by Isaiah still wait for His law.  Verse six speaks of the Savior through whom the redeemed of all nations shall be bound together.

 
 

Week #9

 

Monday

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Day 36

 

SAT 10 Objectives

7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.

Biblical Worldview:

In the New Testament, after Israel's rejection of Jesus, a new group of people is raised up. That group is known as the Church which is composed of all born-again believers. Through the Church, God now is at work to reveal Himself to the world.

Lesson 50  Video       50 

 

 

 

 

Teach  Lesson #49      Reconstruction in the South

Teach: Lesson #50   Reconstruction in the North

Pop Quiz Lessons 48-50

  


 

West Ken Burns Pt 4 Death Runs Riot 83min 1856-1868

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Tuesday

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Day 36

 

7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.

 

Wednesday

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Day 37

 

 

Give quiz over Lessons 48-50

Watch America Story of Us Trans Rail Road 12 min video

Finish Teach: Lesson #50   Reconstruction in the North

 

Turn in Class notes for a test grade. Controversy through  Reconstruction in the North

Thursday

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Day 37

 

7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.

Biblical Worldview:

In the New Testament, after Israel's rejection of Jesus, a new group of people is raised up. That group is known as the Church which is composed of all born-again believers. Through the Church, God now is at work to reveal Himself to the world.

Friday

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Day 38

 

 

West Ken Burns Pt 5 Grandest Enterprise Under God 82min 1868-1874
 
      Watch  movie The West Ken Burns videos. 
                                     West Ken Burns Pt 1 The People 80min 1500-1806 Use movie viewing sheet.
                                    
                                     West Ken Burns Pt 4 Death Runs Riot 83min 1856-1868
                                     West Ken Burns Pt 5 Grandest Enterprise Under God 82min 1868-1874
 

Week #10

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Day 38

 

SAT 10 Objectives

7.1a Demonstrate an understanding of time, continuity, and change and relate a knowledge of the impact of individuals, groups, and institutions that influence the world in which we live.

Biblical Worldview:

In the New Testament, after Israel's rejection of Jesus, a new group of people is raised up. That group is known as the Church which is composed of all born-again believers. Through the Church, God now is at work to reveal Himself to the world.

 

 

 

 

 

See Friday Above

 

Semester Exam Finals Week      

       

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Tuesday

A/B

Day 39

 

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

3rd and 5th hr exams

Wednesday

A/B

Day 39

 

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

1st and 7th hr exams

Thursday

A/B

Day 40

 

Thursday, December 22, 2016

No School

Semester Exam Fi

nals Week      

       

Friday

A/B

Day 40

 

Friday, December 23, 2016

No School