Grades are on iLearn – in a Folder – below the Big Blue Button Videos
- Explain the function of the Supreme Court
- Identify ways in which the nomination of Supreme Court justices is and is not political
- Compare judicial philosophies
- Summarize the debate surrounding the most recent Supreme Court nomination
Classwork – Due Wednesday
A. Judicial Branch Google Classroom Doc
Part 1 – Read iCivics Supreme Court Nominations & Answer Questions
Part 2 – Summary Kavanaugh confirmed to Supreme Court – Read Article
B. iLearn Supreme Court Video with Questions
For the 6th marking period:
- Students receive feedback on weekly assignments in the form of narrative comments.
- Staff will input grades at least weekly in the gradebook as work is completed. This will be available in parent/student connect for parents and students to view.
- For each class, if a student participates in the learning, he/she will receive credit. The following will apply:
- Students who do the following will earn the grade of A recorded:
- Engage in at least 75% of the remote lessons and hangouts.
- Submit and earn a passing grade on at least 75% of the assignments.
- Students who do the following will earn the grade of G which awards credit:
- Engage in 60-74% of the remote lessons and hangouts.
- Submit and earn a passing grade on at least 60-74% of the assignments.
- Students who do the following will earn the grade of N which is no credit given:
- Engage in less than 60% of the remote lessons and hangouts.
- Submit and earn a passing grade on less than 60% of the assignments.
- If a student chooses not to participate and cannot be reached despite numerous attempts, the student receives N for no credit. The teacher must submit the credit/no credit form by May 15th for seniors and May 28th for 9th-11th grade students. The principal must approve.
- If a student is unable to participate due to family hardship, the student will be excused from work and will receive credit. This evidence will be documented in the building log.
- Analyze the broad executive powers the President has at his disposal.
- Form opinions on how and when these executive powers should be utilized.
- Examine executive powers through the use of multimedia resources/ current events.
- Due Wednesday 6/03 – Google Classroom
- Due Friday 6/05 – Google Classroom & iLearn Video Questions