• ..

    Assignments/Projects 45%

    Assignments 35%

    Quizzes 20%


  • .

     

    A Days 2:00 - 3:00


  • .

    The history textbook can be accessed through the NEISD Launchpad available to all students.


  • .

    13 Colonies

    (Approximately 20 days)

    .

    The student will be able to understand and explain why the 13 English colonies were established and what role they played to build the foundation for representative government in the United States of America.


  • American Revolution

    (Approximately 20 days)

    .

    The student will be able to identify and explain the causes that led to the American Revolution, explain the effects of the Revolutionary War, and explain how it led to the creation of the United States of America.


  • Constitution & Bill of Rights

    (Approximately 20 days)

    .

    The student will be able to explain why our first government did not work and what we did about it. The student will also explain the compromises of the Constitution and how it governs the U.S. today.


  • Early Republic

    (Approximately 20 days)

    .

    The student will be able to explain the important events of our first five presidents. The student will also explain the causes & effects of the War of 1812 and the importance of the Monroe Doctrine.


  • Westward Expansion

    (Approximately 20 days)

    .

    The student will be able to explain the importance of Andrew Jackson's presidency and the significance of the reform movements of the early to mid 1800s.


  • Civil War & Reconstruction

    (Approximately 30 days)

    .

    The student will be able to understand and explain the causes of the Civil War, identify important battles of the war, and explain the effects of the war on American society and history.


  • STAAR Review

    (Approximately 10 days)

    .


  • Around the World

    (Approximately 10 days)

    .

    The student will explore continents and countries.


  • Final Exam

    .