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TERM II


February 4, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Greece Intro quiz has been moved to next Wednesday (Feb 10th)
  - Vocab list #7
  - Labeled Greece map
  - "More Greek Geography" sheet
  - "Greek Trading Partners" sheet
  - "Early Greeks" fill-in outline
2) Early Greeks sequencing brainframe
  - only put the correct numbers in the boxes for tomorrow, you will make the actual frame this weekend.
SWBAT:
1) Explain the details involved in the rise aand fall of the earliest Greek civilizations
2) Compare/contrast the Minoan and Mycenaeans civilizations
AGENDA:
1) Going over "Greek Trading Partners" brainframe
2) Slideshow on Early Greek Civilizations




February 2, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Greece Intro quiz has been moved to next Wednesday (Feb 10th)
  - Vocab list #7
  - Labeled Greece map
  - "More Greek Geography" sheet
  - "Greek Trading Partners" sheet
  - "Early Greeks" fill-in outline
2) Complete the "Greece & Their Neighbors" categorizing fram for Thursday
SWBAT:
1) Identify people with whom the early Greeks traded
2) List at least two contributions each group made to Greece
3) Identify the earliest Greek civilizations
AGENDA:
1) Complete "Greece and Their Neighbors" sheet
  - must use "The Greeks" book (pages 18 - 19)
2) Read pages 328 - 333 in "Message of Ancient Days" book
3) Complete "The Early Greeks" fill-in outline
4) Start the "Greece & Their Neighbors" categorizing frame (due Thursday)




February 1, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Greece Intro quiz is coming next Friday (Feb 5th)
  - Vocab list #7
  - Labeled Greece map
  - "More Greek Geography" sheet
  - "Greek Trading Partners" sheet
SWBAT:
1) Identify, describe and explain artifacts that demonstrate the interactions between early Greece and Africa.
AGENDA:
1) "Africans in Greece" artifact presentation
2) African Historical Quote project: peer evaluation




January 29, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 25 in HISTORY ALIVE! by Monday
2) Complete the Ch. 25 Reading Challenge by Monday
3) Greece Intro quiz is coming next Friday (Feb 5th)
SWBAT:
1) Identify, describe and explain artifacts that demonstrate the interactions between early Greece and Africa.
AGENDA:
1) "Africans in Greece" artifact presentation




January 28, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 25 in HISTORY ALIVE! by Monday
2) Complete the Ch. 25 Reading Challenge by Monday
3) Greece Intro quiz is coming next Friday (Feb 5th)
SWBAT:
1) Identify and describe specific locations in Ancient Greece

AGENDA:
1) Geography of Greece scavenger hunt




January 27, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1)
SWBAT:
1) Identify and describe specific locations in Ancient Greece
2) Explain how the geography of Greece affected the connections amongst the Greek city-states (isolation and protection).
AGENDA:
1) Geography Tour of Greece (via Google Earth)




January 22, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Question Categories 2 and 3 (Application and Analysis) are due tomorrow (they should have been completed by the end of class today)
2) The Historical Quote Research project is due on Tuesday, the 26th.
  - you DO NOT need to print it out
SWBAT:
1) Read primary source documents and use the content to "apply" and "analyze" the intent of the author
AGENDA:
1) Egypt Historical Quote Project




January 21, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Question Categories 2 and 3 (Application and Analysis) are due tomorrow (they should have been completed by the end of class today)
2) The Historical Quote Research project is due on Monday, the 25th.
  - you DO NOT need to print it out
SWBAT:
1) Read primary source documents and use the content to "apply" and "analyze" the intent of the author
AGENDA:
1) Egypt Historical Quote Project




January 20, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Create "active study tool" for tomorrow
2) Egypt Quest tomorrow
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Egypt Unit Quest




January 15, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Create "active study tool" due Wednesday, January 20th
2) Egypt Quest next Wednessday, January 20th
4) Complete the Egypt/Nubia timeline activity sheet for Tuesday, the 19th
SWBAT:
1) Read and analyze primary source documents to engage in historical thinking activities.
AGENDA:
1) Write H.W.
2) 7th Grade Mid-point Survey
3) Historical Quote Analysis Project




January 13, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Create "active study tool" due Wednesday, January 20th
2) Revise Egypt Essential Question for tomorrow
3) Egypt Quest next Wednessday, January 20th
4) Complete the Egypt/Nubia timeline activity sheet for Tuesday, the 19th
SWBAT:
1) Explain the differences/similarites between Hatshepsut/Thutmose III
2) Explain the changing relations between Egypt & Nubia
AGENDA:
1) Write H.W.
2) Review Nubia information




January 12, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Create "active study tool" due Wednesday, January 20th
2) Revise Egypt Essential Question for this Thursday
3) Egypt Quest next Wednessday, January 20th
SWBAT:
1) Explain the differences/similarites between Hatshepsut/Thutmose III
2) Explain the changing relations between Egypt & Nubia
AGENDA:
1) Write H.W.
2) Take out papers
3) Review Nubia information




January 11, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Create "active study tool" for this Friday
2) Revise Egypt Essential Question for this Thursday
3) Egypt Quest this Friday, January 15th
SWBAT:
1) Follow a guide sheet to assist a peer in revising their writing
AGENDA:
1) Work on Egypt Essential Questions peer revision




January 8, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Egypt Essential Question for Monday
2) Turn movie notes from "Black Kingdoms of the Nile" into complete sentence answers for Monday
SWBAT:
1) Use notes/textbook to respond to essential questions about Ancient Egypt
AGENDA:
1) Work on Egypt Essential Questions




January 7, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Ch. 10 Reading Challenge due Friday
2) Turn movie notes from "Black Kingdoms of the Nile" into complete sentence answers for Monday
3) EGYPT QUEST on Friday, 1/15
SWBAT:
1) Takes notes while watching an educational video
2) Identify major details about Ancient Nubian history
AGENDA:
1) "Black Kingdoms of the Nile" video




January 6, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Ch. 10 Reading Challenge due Friday
2) Ch. 10 Reading questions dur Thursday
3) EGYPT QUEST on Friday, 1/15
SWBAT:
1) Compare/contrast the leadership styles and ahcievements of Hatshepsut and Thutmose II
2) Identify & define new vocabulary
3) Actively read a section in a chapter and answer quetsions based on a reading
AGENDA:
1) Review Hatshepsut/Thutmose III BF
2) Ch. 10 Active Reading Preivew
3) Start Ch. 10 questions




January 5, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Create Hatshepsut & Thutmose III compare/contrast BF
2) Get Egypt quiz signed
SWBAT:
1) Identify key details about ancient Egypt's three kingdoms
2) Identify key leaders in ancient Egypt
3) Compare/contrast the leadership stypes and achievements of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III
AGENDA:
1) Review Ch. 8 outline
2) Hatshepsut & Thutmose III"s family tree





January 4, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Ch. 8 outline tonight
2) Egypt Quiz signed
SWBAT:
1) Identify the characteristics of Ancient Egypt's three kingdoms
2) Identify key leaders in ancient Egypt
AGENDA:
1) Ch. 8 outline: "The Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs"





December 18, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 8 in HISTORY ALIVE!
2) Complete the Chapter 8 Reading Challenge by Monday
SWBAT:
AGENDA:
1) Egyptian God Matching game
2) Fill out the Egyptian God Table





December 17, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 8 in HISTORY ALIVE!
2) Complete the Chapter 8 Reading Challenge by Monday
SWBAT:
AGENDA:
1) Egypt Intro Quiz





December 15, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Egypt Quiz this Thursday, the 17th (answer keys can be found for all of these on the Egypt Page
  - Vocab list #6
  - Egypt Map (you will not need to find the natural resources on the quiz)
  - Geography of Egypt slideshow notes
  - "Gifts of the Nile"
  - "Lost City of the Pyramids" video questions
2) Make a categorizing frame for the Egyptian Social Pyramid
  - Check the answers for your social pyramid by clicking here
SWBAT:
1) Identify the levels of the social heirarchy in Egypt
2) Explain the different roles of the people in Ancient Egypt
AGENDA:
1) The Egyptian Social Pyramid interactive activity





December 14, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Egypt Quiz this Thursday, the 17th (answer keys can be found for all of these on the Egypt Page
  - Vocab list #6
  - Egypt Map (you will not need to find the natural resources on the quiz)
  - Geography of Egypt slideshow notes
  - "Gifts of the Nile"
  - "Lost City of the Pyramids" video questions
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Write down H.W.
2) Take out items
  - Vocab #6
  - Labeled Egypt map
  - "Lost City of the Pyramids" video questions
3) Read and complete the "Life in Egypt" question sheet
4) Pass back Hammurabi Papers (this grade went on the first marking period)





TERM I


November 18, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read first half of Chapter 11 (sections 1-4)
2) Finish reading Chapter 11 for Friday
3) Complete the Chapter 11 Reading Challenge for Friday
SWBAT:
1) Use primary source evidence to support a claim
2) Debate using the CER technique
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi's Code Debate




November 19, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Vocab list #5 due on Monday
2) Finish reading Chapter 11 for tomorrow
3) Complete the Chapter 11 Reading Challenge for tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Use primary source evidence to support a claim
2) Debate using the CER technique
AGENDA:
1) Meet with group to construct your closing statement
2) Finish up the questioning part of the debate
3) "Open Forum" time of the debate
4) Deliver closing statements
5) Group members peer assessment
6) "Learning How to Outline"





November 18, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read first half of Chapter 11 (sections 1-4)
2) Finish reading Chapter 11 for Friday
3) Complete the Chapter 11 Reading Challenge for Friday
SWBAT:
1) Use primary source evidence to support a claim
2) Debate using the CER technique
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi's Code Debate




November 17, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Practice debate presentation
SWBAT:
1) Use primary source evidence to support a claim
2) Create a statement to summarize a point of view
AGENDA:
1) Write homework
2) Put Hammurabi paper in my hand
3) Take out debate mini-worksheet from yesterday
4) Finish mini-debate groups worksheet
5) Create opening statement with your mini-group
6) Meet with whole team group to finalize opening statement




November 16, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Finsih Hammurabi mini-debate form
2) Hammurabi "paper" due tomorrow ALL PARTS
SWBAT:
1) Use primary source evidence to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi mini-debate groups
2) Analyze Hammurabi's Code and work on debate preparation by filling out the "Hammurabi's Code: Was It Just?: Mini-Debate Group Form"




November 13, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Reflect...

SWBAT:
1) Analyze Primary Source Images
2) Interpret tone and mood from images
3) Use primary sources as evidence to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Slave Images Gallery Walk




November 12, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Reflect...

SWBAT:
1) Analyze Primary Source Images
2) Interpret tone and mood from images
3) Use primary sources as evidence to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Slave Images: Individual Observing and Analyzing




November 10, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Reflect...

SWBAT:
1) Compare/contrast opinions related to the trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
2) Categorize opinions on a scale of opposition to favoritism
3) Use primary sources as evidence to support a claim
4) Connect the actions and beliefs that went along with American slavery to the development of racism

AGENDA:
1) African slave trade Opinion Continuum Activity




November 9, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the Slavery Quote Activity sheet #1

SWBAT:

AGENDA:
1) Read primary source documents from the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade
2) Begin to fill out the Slavery Quote Activity sheet #1





November 6, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Answer questions to Doc's C, D and E (complete sentences) - due Monday
SWBAT:
- Participate in a group discussion (using active listening skills)
- Analyze an historical text utilizing the "say something" routine to...
  - make a connection
  - ask a question
  - make a prediction
  - clarify something
  - make a comment
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi's Code: Was it Just?: Doc D & E - "say something" routine and evaluation





November 5, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Answer questions to Doc's C & D (complete sentences) - due Monday
SWBAT:
- Participate in a group discussion (using active listening skills)
- Analyze an historical text utilizing the "say something" routine to...
  - make a connection
  - ask a question
  - make a prediction
  - clarify something
  - make a comment
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi's Code: Was it Just?: Doc C - "say something" routine and evaluation





November 4, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish the questions for Document B for Hammurabi's Code
2) Do the "say something" for Documents C & D
SWBAT:
- Identify the key characteristics of the empires in Mesopotamia
- Organize the order of the Mesopotamian Empires

AGENDA:
1) Check homework
2)





November 3, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) "Say something" and answer questions for Doc A (complete sentences)
2) Read Doc B and "say something" (see Mesopotamia page for the rules)
SWBAT:
- Read a document carefully
- "say something" (make a connection, ask a question, make a prediction, etc... related to a reading)
AGENDA:
1) Review background questions
2) Sourcing documents and bias
3) Hammurabi's Code: Was it Just?
  - Doc A: "say something" routine




November 2, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Hammurabi Background Essay & answer questions in complete sentences

SWBAT:
- Debate the concept of justice and what is fair for societies and individuals
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi's Code:  Was it Just?
2) Opening/"Grabber" Justice Activity
3) "Hammurabi's Code: Was it Just?"
  - Background Essay




October 30, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) No homework

SWBAT:
-
AGENDA:
1) Mesopotamia Quiz




October 29, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Mesopotamia quiz tomorrow
  - Vocab lists #'s 3 & 4
  - Mesopotamia Map
  - Sumer Categorizing Frame
  - Empires of Mesopotamia
2) Create Active Studying evidence for class tomorrow:
  - Make a NEW Brainframe (NO Telling Frames)
  - Make flash cards for information on Empires of Mesopotamia
         - need to have ALL the details from the Scavenger Hunt or Sequencing Brainframe on the cards
  - Make a mulitple-choice practice quiz for yourself (must have four choices and at least 10 questions)
  - Make a map quiz using a blank map and show evidence that you took it three times
  - Do the Topics-into-Questions active reading activity for Chapter 6
3) Check answers for the scavenger hunt if you did not complete it
SWBAT:
- Identify the key characteristics of the empires in Mesopotamia
AGENDA:
1) Empires of Mesopotamia date scavenger hunt - civilizations



October 28, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Mesopotamia quiz coming this Friday
  - Vocab lists #'s 3 & 4
  - Mesopotamia Map
  - Sumer Categorizing Frame
  - Empires of Mesopotamia
2) Create Active Studying evidence for class on Friday:
  - Make a NEW Brainframe (NO Telling Frames)
  - Make flash cards for information on Empires of Mesopotamia
         - need to have ALL the details from the Scavenger Hunt or Sequencing Brainframe on the cards
  - Make a mulitple-choice practice quiz for yourself (must have four choices and at least 10 questions)
  - Make a map quiz using a blank map and show evidence that you took it three times
  - Do the Topics-into-Questions active reading activity for Chapter 6
3) Check answers for the scavenger hunt if you did not complete it
SWBAT:
- Identify the dates of major events for the empires of  Mesopotamia
- Organize the order of the Mesopotamian Empires

AGENDA:
1) Empires of Mesopotamia date scavenger hunt - DATES




October 27, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Mesopotamia quiz coming this Friday
  - Vocab lists #'s 3 & 4
  - Mesopotamia Map
  - Sumer Categorizing Frame
  - Empires of Mesopotamia
2) Create Active Studying evidence for class on Friday:
  - Make a NEW Brainframe (NO Telling Frames)
  - Make flash cards for information on Empires of Mesopotamia
         - need to have ALL the details from the Scavenger Hunt or Sequencing Brainframe on the cards
  - Make a mulitple-choice practice quiz for yourself (must have four choices and at least 10 questions)
  - Make a map quiz using a blank map and show evidence that you took it three times
  - Do the Topics-into-Questions active reading activity for Chapter 6
3) Complete the Ch. 6 Reading Challenge by Wednesday
4) Complete the Mesopotamia Empire Sequencing Frame for tomorrow.
SWBAT:
- Identify the key characteristics of the empires in Mesopotamia
- Organize the order of the Mesopotamian Empires

AGENDA:
1) Empires of Mesopotamia sequencing scavenger hunt





October 26, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Mesopotamia quiz coming this Friday
  - Vocab lists #'s 3 & 4
  - Mesopotamia Map
  - Sumer Categorizing Frame
  - Empires of Mesopotamia
2) Create Active Studying evidence for class on Friday:
  - Make a NEW Brainframe (NO Telling Frames)
  - Make flash cards for information on Empires of Mesopotamia
         - need to have ALL the details from the Scavenger Hunt or Sequencing Brainframe on the cards
  - Make a mulitple-choice practice quiz for yourself (must have four choices and at least 10 questions)
  - Make a map quiz using a blank map and show evidence that you took it three times
  - Do the Topics-into-Questions active reading activity for Chapter 6
2) Read Chapter 6  by Wednesday
3) Complete the Ch. 6 Reading Challenge by Wednesday
SWBAT:
- Identify the main empires that existed in Mesopotmia
- Explain the general life cycle of of civilization (the steps they go through from creation to fall).
AGENDA:
1) Empires of Mesopotamia slideshow




October 23, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Mesopotamia quiz coming up
  - Vocab lists #'s 3 & 4
  - Mesopotamia Map
  - Sumer Categorizing Frame
  - Empires of Mesopotamia
2) Complete the Topic-into-Question activity due Monday
3) Do the Chapter 5 Reading Challenge for Monday
SWBAT:
- Identify the main empires that existed in Mesopotmia
- Explain the general life cycle of of civilization (the steps they go through from creation to fall).
AGENDA:
1) Empires of Mesopotamia slideshow




October 22, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Mesopotamia quiz coming up
  - Vocab lists #'s 3 & 4
  - Mesopotamia Map
  - Sumer Categorizing Frame
2) Complete the Topic-into-Question activity due Monday
3) Do the Chapter 5 Reading Challenge for Monday
SWBAT:
- Convert topics in a reading section into review questions
- Read textbook sections for content information
AGENDA:
1) Topic-into-questions reading activity




October 21, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Mesopotamia quiz coming up
  - Vocab lists #'s 3 & 4
  - Mesopotamia Map
  - Sumer Categorizing Frame
SWBAT:
- Support a claim with a document-based evidence and reasoning

AGENDA:
1) "Why is it important to study history?" writing prompt





October 20, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the "Six Characteristics of Sumer" categorizing frame for tomorrow (click for the answer key)

2) If you did not finish the movie notes to sentences from yesterday, then you should do that for tonight.
   - remember to follow the guidelines on "How to Answer Questions"
SWBAT:
- Identify where one can find the ancient region of Mesopotamia
- List the main city-states and empires that arose in the area known as Mesopotamia
- Identify some characteristics that are descriptive of the specific civilizations that existed in ancient Mesopotamia

AGENDA:
1) Sumer Six Characteristics Categorizing Frame activity.





October 19, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Take notes from the movie on Mesopotamia and turn them into complete sentence answers
  - remember to follow the guidelines on "How to Answer Questions"
SWBAT:
- Identify where one can find the ancient region of Mesopotamia
- List the main city-states and empires that arose in the area known as Mesopotamia
- Identify some characteristics that are descriptive of the specific civilizations that existed in ancient Mesopotamia

AGENDA:
1) Arizona Smith and "Ancient Mesopotamia" video






October 16, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Vocab List #4 for Monday
SWBAT:
-

AGENDA:
1) Early Humans Unit Quiz





October 14, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for the Early Humans Unit quiz on Friday
  - Vocab lists #' 1 & 2
  - Ch. 2 & 3
  - BCE/CE Notes
  - Historical evidence and types of dating
  - Early Hominids review chart and sequencing
  - Paleolithic vs. Neolithic
  - Agricultural Revolution
  - "Mankind" video
  - Six Characteristics of a Civilization
SWBAT:
- Explain the difference between observation and interpretation
- Use realy artifacts as evidence to explain how a group of people were a civilzation

AGENDA:
1) Observation vs. Interpreation discussion
2) "Archaeological Dig" observation/interpretation activity






October 9, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete vocab list #3
2) Study all current materials in preparation for a quiz on everything next week
SWBAT:
- Identify the 6 Characteristics of a Civlization
- Explain why the United States is a "civilization" based off of the "Characteristics."

AGENDA:
1) Six Characteristics of A Civilization "green sheet" activity






October 6, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Fix the movie questions by Friday
  - make sure that you check the answer key that I posted with the notes from the movie
  - make sure that you utilize the checklist on "How to Answer Questions" to assure that you have not made any mistakes.
  - you only need to fix the answers that need repair, you do not have to redo the whole assignment
2) Study all current materials in preparation for a quiz on everything next week
SWBAT:
-

AGENDA:
1) Reviewing "How to Answer Questions"
2) Going over the Agricultural Revolution Effect Frame





October 2, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the Chapter 3 Reading Questions for Monday
2) Take the notes that you took from the movie on Friday ("Mankind: The Story of All of Us") and turn them into complete sentences.  This is due on Tuesday:
  - you must do this on a separate piece of paper
  - complete sentences means that the person reading it must be able to understand what question you are answering
SWBAT:
-

AGENDA:
1) Watch video: "Mankind: The Story of All of Us"





October 1, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read HISTORY ALIVE! chapter 3
2) Complete the Chapter 3 Reading Challenge by tomorrow
3) Complete the Chapter 3 Reading Questions for Monday
SWBAT:
- Describe the difference between the Neolithic and Paleolithic time periods
- Exlain how "Survival of the Fittest" leads to more developed civilizations

AGENDA:
1) Neo/Paleo changes
2) "Survival of the Fittest"
3) Ch. 3 Reading Questions





September 30, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read HISTORY ALIVE! chapter 3
2) Complete the Chapter 3 Reading Challenge for Friday
SWBAT:
-

AGENDA:
1) Go over Early Hominids Sequencing Frame
2) Neo/Paleo compare/contrast frame
3) Binder and H.W. check






September 28, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Read HISTORY ALIVE! chapter 2 (skip section 2.5)
2) Complete the Chapter Reading Challenge for Wendesday
SWBAT:
-

AGENDA:
1) QFT (Question Focus Technique) - ARDI
2) ARDI slideshow notes






September 25, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Vocab list #2 for Monday
SWBAT:
-

AGENDA:
1) Take first quiz (vocab #1, Africa map and "Dating the Information"
2) Work on Vocab list #2, if time allows









September 21, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Study the map and vocab list #1 for upcoming quiz this Friday
3) Complete the "Year Opening Personal Survey" (this is only for Section 3, because they did not get the survey on Friday)
SWBAT:
- Discuss some of the guidelines on how to properly answer questions
- Explain why it is necessary to have both a CE and BCE labeling system on a timeline

AGENDA:
1) Check labeled map of Africa
2) Go over "How to Answer Questions"






September 17, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the labeling and coloring of the Africa map
2) Study the map and vocab list #1 for upcoming quiz next week
3) Complete the "Year Opening Personal Survey"
SWBAT:
- Properly set up a vocabulary list assignment

AGENDA:
1) Question Focus Technique (QFT): 7th Grade Social Studies
2) Check Vocab homework
3) Last year's survey results ("How To Be Successful In Social Studies Class")






September 16, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Vocab List #1
  - you must follow the directions and put this on a separate piece of paper:
  - write the word and underline it
  - write the definition as it appears in the gloassary of the HISTORY ALIVE! textbook
  - draw a picture that helps you remember the defintion
  - make flash cards for each work
SWBAT:
- Properly set up a vocabulary list assignment

AGENDA:
1) No f"olde__s"
2) New seats
3) Setting up a vocab assignment






September 15, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) "Intelligence and You" sheet due tomorrow
2) Complete ALL items on the Technology Orientation Checklist
3) Get contract signed for tomorrow (if it is done tomorrow, you get a 100% for a homework)
SWBAT:
- Explain how their grade will be determined
- List objects needed in class EVERY day

AGENDA:
1) The Contract






September 10, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Get your class supplies ready and set up your binder for tomorrow. This will count as a homework assignment.
You will need to lable three dividers with the following titles:
  - "H.W./Notes"
  - "Vocabulary"
  - "Reference"

2) Finish the Multiple Intelligences Survey by tomorrow
SWBAT:
- Properly logon to their Google Docs account
- Explain at least three rules in the Technology Acceptable Use Policy

AGENDA:
1) Technology workshop/ account setup
2) Multiple Intelligences slideshow





September 9, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Get your class supplies ready and set up your binder for this Friday. You will need to lable three dividers with the following titles:
  - "H.W./Notes"
  - "Vocabulary"
  - "Reference"

2) Finish the Multiple Intelligences Survey by Friday
SWBAT:
- Properly logon to their Google Docs account
- Explain at least three rules in the Technology Acceptable Use Policy

AGENDA:
1) Technology workshop/ account setup





September 8, 2015
HOMEWORK:
1) Get your class supplies ready and set up your binder for this Friday. You will need to lable three dividers with the following titles:
  - "H.W./Notes"
  - "Vocabulary"
  - "Reference"
Make sure that you have white-lined, loose leaf paper in the three-ring binder.

This will be checked on Friday and it will count as a homework assignment.
SWBAT:
- Explain the process for starting class and for leaving to use the "facilities"
- Pronounce their teacher's name
AGENDA:
1) Administrative items