Mr. Glieco

  • Dear Parents/Guardians of West Seneca:
     
    "I shall strive to create a positive supportive learning environment and educational experience for all students and pledge to respect each of my students as a unique person, not a test score."
     
    Sincerely,
     
    Mr. Paul M. Glieco
     


WEEKLY LESSON PLANS

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    Monday, January 20th, 2020:

                NO SCHOOL:  MLK DAY

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    Tuesday, January 21st, 2020:

    Objectives:

    1. Identify French and colonial claims

    2. Trace the French and Indian War

    3. Explain how the British won the French and Indian War

    4. Evaluate the results of the war

    Complete the Treaty of Paris, Pontiac’s Rebellion and Proclamation of 1763 guided notes (word sort), identify the best answer to the multiple-choice question.

    Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020:

    Yesterday, students learned about how the British and their American colonists pushed the French out of North America.  Today, students will learn about British actions to gain more control over the colonies. This caused the colonies and Britain to grow apart. 

    Students will complete an open book quiz via Google Classroom based on the Cause/Effects of the French and Indian War.

    Thursday, January 23rd, 2020:

    Students will investigate the Albany Plan of Union as a plan for colonial unification and the influence of Haudenosaunee ideas in their development.

    Students will examine actions taken by the British including the Proclamation of 1763, the Quartering Act, the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, and the Coercive Acts, and colonial responses to those actions.

    Students will compare British and colonial patriot portrayals of the Boston Massacre using historical evidence.



  • What are we studying?

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    Our curriculum is based on the social studies framework set by the state of New York. 7th grade is the first half of a two-year course in American history.  Our goal is to get from Native Americans and the European exploration and colonization through to the causes of the Civil War.