<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> Mr. Cap's VCS Weekly US History Syllabus

Victory Christian High School 

United States History 

Teacher: Mr. Cap             Rm 323

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Quarter 4 Week 7    May 13-17

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Monday

Weekly
Scripture

 Teach p 626 Reagan Four More Years

If finished with the chapter watch Download Search 42 min video and Questions


OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 7:
Evaluate the impact of the information age of the 1990s and the internet age of the 2000s.  Identify major players in the internet browser, 1 search, and game internet technology.
Prep for Tuesday's Quiz
Textbook, history spiral, pen

Tuesday

Weekly
Scripture

Give quiz over Chapter 26 1st 2/1  

Teach p 632 Bush Presidency         

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 6:

E. Analyze the reasons for the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, and relate the end of the Cold War to new challenges to the United States’ leadership role in the world.
 
Watch Tiananmen Square "The Most" 4 min video

Wednesday

Weekly
Scripture

Teach p 632 Bush Presidency

Watch America the Story of Us Technology and the 1990s 8 min video

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 6:
I. Analyze how the principles and structures of the United States Constitution have changed through amendment and judicial interpretation
Hmwk Chapter 26 2nd 1/2
Textbook, history spiral, pen
Thursday

Teach p 632 Bush Presidency 

Give pop quiz Bush Presidency

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 6:
E. Analyze the reasons for the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, and relate the end of the Cold War to new challenges to the United States’ leadership role in the world.
 

Watch Rhenquist Court 12 min video

Textbook, history spiral, pen

Friday

Next Week

Teach p 637 Election of 1992
Watch 8 min video on The War on Terror                     

OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 6:

F. Identify the contributions of political leaders, political activists, and major trends in national elections (e.g., differences between the two major political parties, and the rise of third party candidates
 
Textbook, history spiral, pen

Updated: May 17, 2012