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1/16 US History Quiz  

13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Election of 1876
Compromise of 1877
Plessy v Ferguson

1/12 US History Yellow Fever Links

1/12 US History Kahoot!  

Complete these Kahoot challenges before Monday night

Challenge Link:

PIN: 0900045

Challenge Link:

PIN: 0888366

1/12 Economics Kahoot!  

Complete this Kahoot challenge before Monday night.

Challenge Link:

PIN: 0565296

1/11 US History  

Lets look at some Thomas Nast political cartoons

1/10 US History  

African American CongressmenAfrican American Tennessee State Legislators

Link to article on African American legislators:

Yellow Fever in Memphis links:




1/9 US History  

Agricultural Map

Industrial Regions

Natural Resources Map

12/14 Sub Plans  

On your own sheet of paper, complete "Final Exam Prep" found in the file manager under 2017-18 Government Assignments. Turn in this assignment tomorrow.


If you are finished with the Final Exam Prep, work on missing assignments.

12/4 Sub Plans   

Students, I am out today. I need you to complete the assignments that have been uploaded to the File Manager. Hold on to these assignments and turn them in tomorrow.


Voting Rights - Using page 3. complete pages 1&2 on your own sheet of paper .

Road to Civil Rights - Using the entire packet, complete pages 1, 5-7 on your own sheet of paper.

11/29 Test  

Follow instructions on the board. Your blank paper must be first checked by me. The following links may be helpful. Writing must stay on topic, use proper grammer, and be 1.5-2 pages.


Choose between Marbury v Madison, McCullouch v Maryland, or United States v Nixon. 

  1. Why is this case important?
  2. How did the Supreme Court rule?
  3. What does this mean for the United States going forward?


US v Nixon


Marbury v Madison

11/27 State Civics Assessment  

This Friday is the State Civics Assessment. The test is identical to the US Citizenship test. Below are helpful links. Please study and be ready to test during your normal class period.


20 study questions from the US Citizenship test

Here is a comprehsive list of potential test questions

11/20 Writing Assignment  

1.5 - 2 pages

GC.19 Write an opinion piece with supporting details that argues whether to interpret the U.S. Constitution as a "living document" or to determine the “original intent” of the Founding Fathers. (H)


Helpful Links!/introessays/3/the-originalist-perspective

Free Trade Essay  

Cite evidence from appropriate informational text to evaluate the arguments for and against free trade. Minimum two page essay. Below are some links to help you formulate an opinion on free trade.

Eminent Domain

Illusion of Choice

September 15th, 2017  

Use appropriate informational text to analyze costs and benefits of government policies (Social Security, Medicare, Earned Income credits) and cite evidence from multiple sources to argue for or against one example of such a government policy or program. Minimum three article quotes, 1.5 page.


Social Security opinion articles

Medicare opinion articles

Earned Income Tax Credits opinion articles

September 7th, 2017  
  • Pull up and complete the Role of Government pre-quiz in the file manager.
  • After completing the pre-quiz, familiarize yourself with at least two of the following economists and their economic philosophies.
  1. Adam Smith
  2. Thomas Malthus
  3. Karl Marx
  4. John Maynard Keynes
  5. Friedrich Hayek
  6. Milton Friedman
  • After completing this, read pages 410-419 of your textbook.
  • After completing this, answer #1-3, 5 on page 419.
  • After completing this, ponder your existence and question whether you produced quality work.

September 5th, 2017  

Study guide has been added to the file manager. Below are standards covered by this unit. Be ready for tomorrow!

Supply and Demand

Students will understand the role that supply and demand, prices, and profits play in determining production and distribution in a market economy.

E.11 Define supply and demand, and provide relevant examples. (E)

E.12 Describe the role of buyers and sellers in determining the equilibrium price. (E)

E.14 Explain that consumers ultimately determine what is produced in a market economy (consumer sovereignty). (C, E)

E.15 Explain the function of profit in a market economy as an incentive for entrepreneurs to accept the risks of business failure. (C, E)

E.16 Demonstrate how supply and demand determine equilibrium price and quantity in the product, resource, and financial markets, including drawing and reading supply and demand curves. (E)

E.17 Identify factors that cause changes in market supply and demand. (E)

E.18 Demonstrate how changes in supply and demand influence equilibrium price and quantity in the product, resource, and financial markets. (E)

E.19 Demonstrate how government wage and price controls, such as rent controls and minimum wage laws, create shortages and surpluses. (E)

E. 20 Cite evidence from appropriate informational texts to argue in an opinion piece for or against the minimum wage. (E) E.

21 Use concepts of price elasticity of demand and supply to explain and predict changes in quantity as prices fluctuate. (E)

August 31st, 2017  

Read the four links below and take notes. We will write an essay for or against raising minimum wage.

8/17/17 5th Block  

Students, read the following article when finished with your assignment. Be ready for discussion at 2:00,

Economics Test 8/22/17  

Test Tuesday, 8/22/17. A pre-test has been uploaded to the file manager.