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Name: Veronica Villegas
Title: Social Studies Teacher
Email Address: vvillegas@fusd1.org
Phone number: 928-527-5500
 
na pali rainbow
 
'Ma ka hana ka 'ike'—In the work is the knowledge
 
Welcome to Ms. Villegas's 6th Grade Social Studies, 6th Grade & Honors Social Studies and 7th Grade Social Studies classes. I look forward to a successful year for all of my students! You will find course syllabi (with parent/student signature forms & course descriptions) in the Quick Links to the right (click on the link to find your information).
 
This quarter in 6th Grade Social Studies and 6th Grade Honors Social Studies,
will be studying:

Classroom Management: Rules & Procedures, Personal Code of Conduct, Citizenship & Bullying, Learning Styles & Metacognition, Portfolios; Common Assessment Pre-Test; Research Skills-Historical Narratives (My Personal History); Geography Review; Start National History Day Projects (NHD); Stone Ages (Paleolithic & Neolithic Eras)

This quarter in 7th Grade Social Studies, will be studying:

Classroom Management: Rules & Procedures, Personal Code of Conduct, Citizenship & Bullying, Learning Styles & Metacognition, Portfolios; Common Assessment Pre-Test; Research Skills-Historical Narratives (Oral Histories); Geography Review; Start National History Day Projects (NHD); Civil War

This year I will be working with Rodel Promising Student Teachers. These highly qualified and very talented student teachers will be working with and presenting lessons in my classroom. I will be working closely with them to develop their lessons according to state standards and curriculum. I will also be in the classroom to observe and support them at all times. I am pleased to announce that our Rodel Promising Student Teacher for the first quarter will be Mrs. Jenny Baker. Mrs. Baker is an Elementary Education and Special Education major from Grand Canyon University and she has been working for FUSD. She will be a valuable asset to our classroom and school.

Below, you will find the daily assignments & homework for both classes. Please make sure students bring the following to class daily: Agenda, Composition Book, Folder, Homework, Paper & Pencil. Students must also wear their lanyards & IDs at all times. Please feel free to contact me or visit the class anytime if you have any questions. Thank you!
                            Cave Art                       lincoln


 Daily Lessons & Homework
September 1-5, 2014
Updated Tuesday September 2
 
Monday September 1 - 
      No School - Labor Day
 
Tuesday September 2 - 
          All Courses: Students will continue the research skills unit. Students will review research terms and choose a topic to research; Homework - Write a T3Cs paragraph. Describe your personal topic, why you chose it, why it interests you and what you hope to learn from your research.
 
Wednesday September 3 - 
          All Courses: Students will create historical markers describing the 5 W's of their research; Homework - Write a T3Cs paragraph. Using the 5 W's from your research, write a summary of your research topic.
 
Thursday September 4 - 
      All Courses: Students will create historical markers describing the 5 W's of their research; Homework - Write a T3Cs paragraph. Using the 5 W's from your research, write a summary of your research topic.
 
 Friday September 5 - 
          All Courses: Students will finish their historical markers; Homework - Write a T3Cs paragraph. Describe the historical inquiry/research process.
 
 
 
 
  **Announcements**
 
-Please make sure your students are on time and prepared each day with homework, materials, agendas, lanyards to avoid ETL.
 
-If your student will be absent, please call the office at 527-5500.
 
- Please check agendas daily & sign agendas every Friday.
 
Thank you!! - Ms. Villegas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 




     Wednesday March 5 -  
Periods 2 & 7: Students will present their Greek Myths projects; Homework - Read Ch. 31
 
 Thursday March 6 -
Periods 3 & 8: Students will present their Greek Myths projects; Homework - Read Ch. 31
 
Period 5/6: Students will review Ch. 31 & read Ch. 23 Section 1 in the American Journey packet; Homework - Period 5/6: Read Ch. 23 Section 2 & Complete Cornell notes & a T3Cs summary
 
 Friday March 7 
Periods 2, 3, 7 & 8: Students will review Chapters 30-31; Homework - Complete your "Alexander the Great" poster

 
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