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Today is: Wednesday,07 December,2016 07:23:16 AM
TERM 2


December 6, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Egypt map labeled for tomorrow
2) Vocab #6 is due on Friday
3) Get your Hammurabi essay signed for Friday
SWBAT:
1)  Demonstrate knowledge acquistion about the key themes and main understandings on the Ancient Israel unit.
AGENDA:
1) Go over h.w.
2) Israel assessment
3) Passback Hammurabi essay
4) Pass out Vocab list #6












TERM I


November 30, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Israel Quiz next Tuesday, December 6th
2) israel outline due this Friday
SWBAT:
1)  Extract vital information from content text
2) Organize thoughts in outline format
AGENDA:
1) Go over debate scoring
2) "Make-up" debate
3) Outlining
  - Get books
  - Demo outlining
4) Work check-ins
5) Passback debate rubrics




November 22, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Ch. 11 for Monday, the 28th
2) Do Chapter Reading Challenge for Monday, the 28th
3) Vocab list #5, due Monday, the 28th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi Debate concluding words
2) Student debate peer evaluation cards
3) "Learning How to Outline"




November 21, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Ch. 11 for Monday, the 28th
2) Do Chapter Reading Challenge for Monday, the 28th
3) Vocab list #5, due Monday, the 28th
SWBAT:
1) Construct a debate argument using C.E.R.
2) Use Primary Sources to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi Debate





November 18, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Hammurabi Debate is on Monday
2) Have all documents and statements ready for Monday
SWBAT:
1) Construct a debate argument using C.E.R.
2) Use Primary Sources to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Get into Debate Mini-Groups
2) Finish mini-debate work on questions to ask opposing side
3) Create "counter-question" answers
4) Converge with the whole debate side and create the Opening Statement





November 17, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish Hammurabi Debate Mini-Group Forms for Parts I & II
2) Hammurabi Debate has been moved to Monday
SWBAT:
1) Construct a debate argument using C.E.R.
2) Use Primary Sources to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Turn in Hammurabi essay
2) Get into Debate Mini-Groups
3) Go over the Debate Protocol
4) Work with Mini-Group on Openings Claim Statements, evidence gathering and questions for the opposing side.





November 15, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Hammurabi debate is on Friday
2) Hammurabi essay is due Thursday
3) Complete the Google Docs for all the primary source readings on the people involved in the slave trade (due tomorrow)
SWBAT:
1) Analyze primary source documents in order to determine mood, tone and opinion
2) Use evidence to support their claims
AGENDA:
1) Debrief on Slavery Opinion continuum
2) Review of Mood vs. Tone
3) Individual analysis of first Slave Gallery Walk image
4) Group discussion of analysis of image




November 14, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Quiz corrections due tomorrow
2) Get quiz signed by tomorrow
3) Complete the Google Docs for all the primary source readings on the people involved in the slave trade (due Wednesday)
SWBAT:
1) Analyze primary source documents in order to determine the author's opinion
2) Use evidence to support their claims
AGENDA:
1) Group read through of primary source documents on the slave trade (for Capt. Phillips, Bryan Edwards and Dr. Falconbridge)
2) Placing the people on the slavery opinion continuum




November 10, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Make quiz corrections for Tuesday
2) Complete the GoogleDoc forms for all 4 primary source documents for Wednesday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Debrief Election Results
2) Go over Quiz grading and corrections
3) Final Election Exit Ticket




November 9, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Reflect on slavey quotes activity
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Background on slave trade and connection to the U.S.
2) Read and analyze different historical quotes from historical figures involved in the slave trade.




November 7, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete "Candidates and Issues" sheet  - Only do 4 ISSUES

SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Do "say something" for "What do Political Parties Stand for"
2) Research on Candidates and Issues




November 2, 2016
HOMEWORK:

1) Complete the two surveys on the homepage and record the results that showed your place on the "political spectrum"
2) Finish "Political Spectrum" worksheet for Friday
3) Finish "What's a Political Party" sheet for Friday.

SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
) Do the Political Spectrum Surveys
2) Record your results on the Politifal Spectrum worksheet
3) Begin work on the Political Spectrum worksheet




November 1, 2016
HOMEWORK:

1) Answer the questions for Documents C, D and E for Wednesday of this week. Remember, you must use complete sentences and follow the rules on "How to Answer Questions" that we discussed at the beginning of the year.

SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
) Perform the "say somethings" for Document E
2) Questions and "Curious Key Terms" about Hammurabi's Code




October 31, 2016
HOMEWORK:

1) "Say something" for Document E is due for tomorrow
2) Answer the questions for Documents C, D and E for Wednesday of this week. Remember, you must use complete sentences and follow the rules on "How to Answer Questions" that we discussed at the beginning of the year.

SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
) Perform the "say somethings" for Documents C and D
2) Begin writing the "say somethings" for Document E




October 25, 2016
HOMEWORK:
QUIZ: Thursday Oct. 27th

1) All work that is from the Mesopotamia Unit is finally due on Thursday. No work from this unit will be accepted after next Thursday
2) Complete Sumer sequencing BF for Thursday
3) Turn the movie notes into complete sentence by next Thursday (from the Arizona Smith movie)
  - there is a link on the Mesopotamia page to access the video if you need to re-watch it for any reason
4) Read the Hammurabi background for tomorrow
5) Hammurabi questions due Friday

SWBAT:
1) Discuss the need for justice, order and fairness in society

AGENDA:
1) Review Arizon Smith movie sheet
2) J.D./Eddie and Justice opener for Hammurabi




October 24, 2016
HOMEWORK:

QUIZ: Thursday Oct. 27th

1) Quiz next Thursday the 27th
2) All work that is from the Mesopotamia Unit is finally due on Thursday. No work from this unit will be accepted after next Thursday
3) Complete Sumer sequencing BF for Thursday
4) Turn the movie notes into complete sentence by next Thursday (from the Arizona Smith movie)
  - there is a link on the Mesopotamia page to access the video if you need to re-watch it for any reason
5) Read the Hammurabi background for tomorrow
6) Hammurabi questions due Friday

SWBAT:
1) Review their own work to find information
2) Explain the order and characteristics of the empires of early Mesopotamia
AGENDA:
1) Empires of Meso sequencig BF activity




October 21, 2016
HOMEWORK:

QUIZ: Next Thursday Oct. 27th

1) Quiz next Thursday the 27th
2) All work that is from the Mesopotamia Unit is finally due on Thursday. No work from this unit will be accepted after next Thursday
3) Turn the movie notes into complete sentence by next Thursday (from the Arizona Smith movie)
  - there is a link on the Mesopotamia page to access the video if you need to re-watch it for any reason

SWBAT:
1) Explain how specific quotes from the movie connect/relate to the topics that we are discussing in class

AGENDA:
1) Ancient Civilizations of Mesopotamia movie (starring Arizona Smith)




October 20, 2016
HOMEWORK:
All worked will be checked on tomorrow:

QUIZ: Next Thursday Oct. 27th

1) Complete Vocab list #4
2) Read Ch.6 in HISTORY ALIVE!
3) Complete the Chapter Reading Challenge for Ch. 6
4) Complete the Sumer Categorizing Brainframe

SWBAT:
1) Explain the order and transition of power that occured amongst the empires in early Mesopotamia.

AGENDA:
1) Slideshow notes on Empires of Mesopotamia





October 19, 2016
HOMEWORK:
All worked will be checked on Friday:

QUIZ: Next Thursday Oct. 27th

1) Complete Vocab list #4
2) Read Ch.6 in HISTORY ALIVE!
3) Complete the Chapter Reading Challenge for Ch. 6
4) Complete the Sumer Categorizing Brainframe

SWBAT:
1) Explain the order and transition of power that occured amongst the empires in early Mesopotamia.

AGENDA:
1) Slideshow notes on Empires of Mesopotamia





October 18, 2016
HOMEWORK:
All worked will be checked on Friday:

1) Complete Vocab list #4
2) Read Ch.6 in HISTORY ALIVE!
3) Complete the Chapter Reading Challenge for Ch. 6
4) Complete the Sumer Categorizing Brainframe

SWBAT:
1) Determine the specific traits of Sumer that classified it as a civilization

AGENDA:
1) Pass back the Student Self Reflection for Discussion Assessment #1
2) Sumer categorizing frame scavenger hunt activity





October 17, 2016
HOMEWORK:
All worked will be checked on Friday:

1) Complete Vocab list #4
2) Read Ch.6 in HISTORY ALIVE!
3) Complete the Chapter Reading Challenge for Ch. 6
4) Complete the Sumer Categorizing Brainframe

SWBAT:
1) Summarize (in their own words) the meaning of the Six Characteristics of a Civilization
2) Describe the physical features of Sumerian artifcats
3) Analyze Sumerian artifacts in order to determine their connection to the civilzation's "Six Characteristics"
AGENDA:
1) Finish "defining/interpreting" the Six Characteristics of a Civilization
2) Sumerian Artifact Archaeology activity




October 14, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Check your answers to the "Land Between Two Rivers" sheet on the website (we are not into the unit on Mesopotamia, so you need to check that page)

SWBAT:
1) Explain the basic geographic features of Mesopotamia
2) Explain how flooding was both good and bad for the people of Sumer
3) Explain how the Sumerians created irrigation systemts to "control" the water in their region.
AGENDA:
1) W.R.A.P. (Whisper Read Alternating Paragraphs) the abbreviated text about the "Land Between Two Rivers"
2) Work (in groups) on the "Land Between Two..." worksheet
3) As a class, create definitions/translations for the Six Characteristics of a Civlization






October 13, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Mesopotamia Map for tomorrow
2) Complete vocab list #3 for tomorrow
3) Answer the "Probing Question" for tomorrow (this is found on the homepage)

OPTIONAL: (these are due tomorrow as well)
- Ch. 3 Reading Challenge
- Complete the Agricultural Revoultion Effect BrainFrame
SWBAT:
1) Synthesize information from two different sources in order to explain the development and effects of farming/agriculture
2) Orally present information clearly and convincingly to a group

AGENDA:
1) Complete presentations from group activity on combining information from the Ch.3 questions and the "Mankind: Story of all..." movie questions
2) Take notes and discuss information about the "Agricultural Revolution" slideshow





October 12, 2016 (NO SCHOOL)
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Mesopotamia Map for Friday
2) Complete vocab list #3 for Friday
3) Answer the "Probing Question" for Friday (this is found on the homepage)

OPTIONAL:
- Ch. 3 Reading Challenge
- Complete the Agricultural Revoultion Effect BrainFrame
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1)




October 11, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Mesopotamia Map for Friday
2) Complete vocab list #3 for Friday
3) Answer the "Probing Question" for Friday (this is found on the homepage)

OPTIONAL:
- Ch. 3 Reading Challenge
- Complete the Agricultural Revoultion Effect BrainFrame
SWBAT:
1) Synthesize information from two different sources in order to explain the development and effects of farming/agriculture
2) Orally present information clearly and convincingly to a group

AGENDA:
1) Group activity on combining information from the Ch.3 questions and the "Mankind: Story of all..." movie questions





October 6, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete reading Chapter 3 in HISTORY ALIVE! for tomorrow
2) Complete the CH. 3 Questions for tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Work and get along as a team to encourage others and accomplish challenging tasks

AGENDA:
1) Rafting Field Trip





October 5, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Create HISTORY ALIVE! online textbook account
2) Read Ch. 3 in HISTORY ALIVE! for Friday
3) Complete the Ch. 3 Questions for Friday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Walk through the key components of the HISTORY ALIVE online textbook
2) Reading Chapter 3 in the HA! textbook
3) Working on Chapter 3 questions from HISTORY ALIVE!




September 23, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) If you did not finish the map activity, it is due for Monday
2) I will also be checking vocabulary list #2 on Monday
SWBAT:
1) Utilize a variety of resources in order to locate geographic features and locations on the continent of Africa.

AGENDA:
1) Complete all of vocab list #2
2) Labeling of the map of Africa
  - use both textbooks to find answers
  - follow the directions carefully





September 21, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1)
SWBAT:
1) Explain the difference between a primary and secondary source
2) Provide explanations as to how historians and scientists determine the age of resources.

AGENDA:
1) Go over the homework assigment
2) Discuss the Sourcing and Dating slideshow information
3) Go over vocabulary list #1






September 12, 2016
HOMEWORK:
1) Get contract signed
SWBAT:
1) Explain the different sections of The Contract to their parents/guardians

AGENDA:
1) Going over The Contract