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Today is: Tuesday,26 March,2019 10:46:17 AM
TERM 2


March 12th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Women and Slaves BF due Wednesday, 13th
2) Extra Credit due on Thursday, March 14th
SWBAT:
1) Take notes on events leading up the Persian War
2) Identify the causes of the Persian War
AGENDA:
1) Persian War: Battle of Thermopylae




March 11th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Greece Essential Question
2) Women and Slaves BF due Wednesday, 13th
3) Extra Credit due on Thursday, March 14th
SWBAT:
1) Take notes on events leading up the Persian War
2) Identify the causes of the Persian War
AGENDA:
1) Intro to Persian War notes




March 8th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Vocab #9 - due Monday
2) Complete Greek Essential Question
3) Women and Slaves BF due on Wednesday
4) Extra Credit due on Thursday, March 14th
SWBAT:
1) take notes on events leading up to the Persian War
2) Identify the causes of the Persian War
AGENDA:
1) Intro to Persian War notes




March 7th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Vocab #9 - due Monday
2) Complete Greek Essential Question
3) Women and Slaves BF due on Wednesday
4) Extra Credit due on Thursday, March 14th
SWBAT:
1) compare/contrast Athens and Sparta in terms of:
  - roles/responsibiliites/treatment of women
  - write a poem about women in Athens or Sparta
AGENDA:
1) Read about women in Athens & Spart (MAD)
2) Women/Slaves Poem Activity




March 6th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Athens vs. Sparta Military BF - due tomorrow
2) Vocab #9 - due Monday
3) Complete Greek Essential Question
4) Extra Credit due on Thursday, March 14th
SWBAT:
1) Compare/Contrast Athens/Sparta economy
2) Compare/Contrast Athens/Sparta military
AGENDA:
1) Athens vs. Sparta military
2) Spartan Boot Camp video clip




March 5th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Greece Essential Question due Tuesday, March 12th
SWBAT:
1) Analyze the strenghts and challenges in the Four Forms of Government
2) Compare/Contrast Athenian Democracy to another form of ancient Greek government
AGENDA:
1) Greek Eseential Question




March 1st, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Get Intro to Greece quiz signed
SWBAT:
1) Explain the negatives and positive aspects of the "Four Forms of Gov't in Ancient Greece"
2) Assess the effectiveness of the the "Four Forms of Gov't in Ancient Greece"
AGENDA:
1) Discussion Assessment: "What is REALLY the best form of Government?"




February 28th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Get Intro to Greece quiz signed
2) Work on the discussion preparation sheet for Greek Government
   - You must fill out the ENTIRE 2nd page, regardless of which "group" you are in
3) Government discussion assessment tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Explain the negatives and positive aspects of the "Four Forms of Gov't in Ancient Greece"
2) Assess the effectiveness of the the "Four Forms of Gov't in Ancient Greece"
3) Explain the difference between Athens & Sparta's economy and educational systems
AGENDA:
1) Review Athens/Sparta Compare/Contrast BFs on education and economy




February 27th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Get Intro to Greece quiz signed
2) Work on the discussion preparation sheet for Greek Government
3) Government discussion assessment on Friday
SWBAT:
1) Explain the negatives and positive aspects of the "Four Forms of Gov't in Ancient Greece"
2) Assess the effectiveness of the the "Four Forms of Gov't in Ancient Greece"
AGENDA:
1) Ms. Rice gives the introduction to the upcoming discussion assessment on ancient Greek government
2) Pick discussion partners
3) Partners work on the ENTIRE preparation sheet
4) Partners choose their subtopics for the discussion




February 26th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Athens/Sparta Economy BF due Wednesday
2) Get Intro to Greece quiz signed
3) Government discussion assessment on Friday
SWBAT:
1) Point out three similarities or differences beteween the education and government systems in ancient Athens and Sparta
AGENDA:
1)





February 25th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Athens/Sparta Gov't and Education BF due tomororw
2) Athens/Sparta Economy BF due Wednesday
3) Get Intro to Greece quiz signed
4) Government discussion assessment on Friday
SWBAT:
1) Point out three similarities or differences beteween the education and government systems in ancient Athens and Sparta
AGENDA:
1)





February 25th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) "Beginnings of Democracy" questions dues on Thursday
2) Our next discussion assessment will be the Friday after break
SWBAT:
1) Explain voting requirements in ancient Athens
2) Analyze differences between Athenian and United States "democracy"
AGENDA:
1) Finish notes on Athenian Democracy
2) "say something" for "Beginnings of Democracy" article
3) Work on "Beginnings of Democracy" questions




February 12th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) "Beginnings of Democracy" questions dues on Thursday
2) Our next discussion assessment will be the Friday after break
SWBAT:
1) Explain voting requirements in ancient Athens
2) Analyze differences between Athenian and United States "democracy"
AGENDA:
1) Finish notes on Athenian Democracy
2) "say something" for "Beginnings of Democracy" article
3) Work on "Beginnings of Democracy" questions




February 11th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Read and highlight (or underline) the "Beginnings of Democracy" article
2) Complete the "say somethings" in the article
SWBAT:
1) Explain voting requirements in ancient Athens
2) Analyze differences between Athenian and United States "democracy"
AGENDA:
1) Conclude Democracy Voting Activity" - we voted
2) Start notes on Athenian democracy




February 7th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Greece Quiz tomorrow
  - Greece map
  - Vocab #7
  - "Greek Trading Partners"
  - "Early Greeks" fill-in outline
  - "Forms of Government"
  - "Early Greeks" sequencing frame

2) "Active Study" tool is due next Friday, Feb 8th
3) Get Egypt Quiz signed
4) Vocab List #8 due Monday
SWBAT:
1) Use knowledge of life in ancient Greece to vote on a proposed law
AGENDA:
1) Continue with Democracy Voting Activity" - we voted




February 6th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Greece Quiz this Friday, the 8th
  - Greece map
  - Vocab #7
  - "Greek Trading Partners"
  - "Early Greeks" fill-in outline
  - "Forms of Government"
  - "Early Greeks" sequencing frame

2) "Active Study" tool is due next Friday, Feb 8th
3) Get Egypt Quiz signed
SWBAT:
1) Explain how Greeks formed independent city-states
2) Explain how/why Greeks transitioned from a monarchy, to an oligarchy and to a tyranny
3) Explain the similiarities and differences between monarchy, oligarchy and tyranny
AGENDA:
1) Abridged classes so checked some homework and continued work on  "Democracy Voting Activity"




February 5th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Greece Quiz this Friday, the 8th
  - Greece map
  - Vocab #7
  - "Greek Trading Partners"
  - "Early Greeks" fill-in outline
  - "Forms of Government"
  - "Early Greeks" sequencing frame

2) "Active Study" tool is due next Friday, Feb 8th
3) Get Egypt Quiz signed
SWBAT:
1) Explain how Greeks formed independent city-states
2) Explain how/why Greeks transitioned from a monarchy, to an oligarchy and to a tyranny
3) Explain the similiarities and differences between monarchy, oligarchy and tyranny
AGENDA:
1) Finish of notes on Tyranny and "Democracy Voting Activity"




February 4th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Greece Quiz this Friday, the 8th
  - Greece map
  - Vocab #7
  - "Greek Trading Partners"
  - "Early Greeks" fill-in outline
  - "Forms of Government"
  - "Early Greeks" sequencing frame

2) "Active Study" tool is due next Friday, Feb 8th
SWBAT:
1) Explain how Greeks formed independent city-states
2) Explain how/why Greeks transitioned from a monarchy, to an oligarchy and to a tyranny
3) Explain the similiarities and differences between monarchy, oligarchy and tyranny
AGENDA:
1) "Forms of Government" notes slideshow




January 31st, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Greece Quiz
  - Greece map
  - Vocab #7
  - "Greek Trading Partners"
  - "Early Greeks" fill-in outline

2) "Active Study" tool is due next Friday, Feb 8th
SWBAT:
1) Explain the similarities and differences between the Minoans and the Mycenaeans
2) Take notes on content being displayed in a slideshow/lecture presentation
AGENDA:
1) Powerpoint review of  "Early Greeks" outline




January 26th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 25 in HISTORY ALIVE!
2) Complete Ch 25 Lesson Game for tomorrow
3) Start studying for Greece Quiz
SWBAT:
1) Read non-fiction text and take key facts from the reading in order to answer questions
2) Fill out an outline format with information from non-fiction text
3) Describe key features of the earliest Greek civilizations
AGENDA:
1) "Early Greeks" outline from the "Message of Ancient Days" textbook




January 25th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 25 in HISTORY ALIVE!
2) Complete Ch 25 Lesson Game for Tuesday, January 29th
3) Start studying for Greece Quiz
SWBAT:
1) Make observations about ancient Greek artifacts
2) Analyze observations and make connections between early Greek peoples and the early peoples from African civilizations: point out cultural diffusion links.
AGENDA:
1) "Were Africans in Greece" slideshow




January 24th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Greek Map due Friday, January 25th
2) Vocab #7 due Friday, January 25th
SWBAT:
1) Support claims about how the study of history is effected by stereotypes using evidence from the Egypt/Nubia Unit through oral discussion.
AGENDA:
1) Discussion Assessment




January 23rd, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Discussion Assessment #3: Egypt/Racism tomorrow
2) Greek Map due Friday, January 25th
3) Vocab #7 due Friday, January 25th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Go to "normal" Social Studies classes
2) Use class time to work on and finalize CER's for tomorrow's Discussion Assessment




January 22nd, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Discussion Assessment #3: Egypt/Racism on January 24th
2)"More Greek Geography" due Wednesday, January 23rd
3) Greek Map and Vocab #7 due Friday, January 25th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Split classes up
   - Group #1 report to Room 210
   - Group #2 report to Room 218
2) Go over questions and conerns that students have over the discussion topic




January 18th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) "More Greek Geography" due Wednesday, January 23rd
2) Greek Map and Vocab #7 due Friday, January 25th
3) Africa Quote/Racism disucssion on January 24th
SWBAT:
1) Identify and exlain the impact that the geography in Greece had on civilization, government, trade and resources.
AGENDA:
1) Greek Geography and some "blue tape"




January 17th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish adding to / editing responses to your group's Africa Quote Project, final project due Friday
2) Greek Map and Vocab #7 due Friday
3) Write down questions that you have about the discussion assignment
4) Africa Quote/Racism disucssion on January 24th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Introduce Racism Discussion
2) Announce separate rooms for next Tuesday




January 16th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish adding to / editing responses to your group's Africa Quote Project, final project due Friday
2) Greek Map and Vocab #7 due Friday, January 25th
3) Africa Quote/Racism disucssion on January 24th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Group Evaluation Grading Sheets
2) Greek Trading Partners & Geogprahy Scavenger Hunts




January 15th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish adding to / editing responses to your group's Africa Quote Project, final project due Friday
2) Africa Quote Project due Friday, January 18th
3) Africa Quote/Racism disucssion on January 24th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) As a group, merge all the information from the separate planning sheets into ONE document for the whole group
2) Group discussion partners




January 14th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Turn "Black Kingdoms of the Nile" video notes into complete sentences due tomorrow
2) Complete the individual CER Template for #4 of the Africa Historical Quote Project
3) Africa Quote/Racism disucssion on January 24th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Create Group Master Brain Frame for question #2 or #3
2) Start writing the response to either #2 or #3




January 11th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Turn "Black Kingdoms of the Nile" video notes into complete sentences and turn it in by Monday, the 14th.
2) Create a brainframe for either #2 or #3 for the Africa Quote Project due for Monday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Introduction and Group work on the Africa Historical Quote Project




January 9th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Ch. 10 Questions due tomorrow
2) Hatshepsut/Thutmose III Brainframe due Friday (optional)
3) Turn "Black Kingdoms of the Nile" video notes into complete sentences and turn it in by Monday, the 14th.
3) Complete the "exit ticket" about the "Danger of a Single Story"
   - "What is the danger of a "single story?"
   - "How does this video connect to OUR study of history?
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) "Black Kingdoms of the Nile" film




January 8th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Ch. 10 Questions due Thursday
2) Hatshepsut/Thutmose III Brainframe due Friday (optional)
3) Complete the "exit ticket" about the "Danger of a Single Story"
   - "What is the danger of a "single story?"
   - "How does this video connect to OUR study of history?
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) "Danger of a Single Story"

January 7th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Final Draft of your Egypt Essential Question is due on Tuesday, January 8th
2) Ch. 10 Questions due Thursday
3) Hatshepsut/Thutmose III Brainframe due Friday (optional)
SWBAT:
1) Identify key details about ancient Egypt's three kingdoms
2) Identity key leaders in ancient Egypt
3) Compare/Contrast the leadership styles and achievement of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III
AGENDA:
1) Review Ch. 8 outline
2) Hatshepsut & Thutmosee III's family tree




January 4th, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Chapter 8 Outline is due on Monday, January 7th
2) Final Draft of your Egypt Essential Question is due on Tuesday, January 8th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Egypt Quiz




January 3rd, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Egypt Quiz this tomorrow
2) Chapter 8 Outline is due on Monday, January 7th
3) Final Draft of your Egypt Essential Question is due on Tuesday, January 8th
SWBAT:
1) Follow a guide sheet to edit a peer's paper
2) Examine a document for use of evidence and clear reasoning
AGENDA:
1) Egypt Essential Question Digital Peer Editing




January 2nd, 2019
HOMEWORK:
1) Egypt Quiz this Friday the 4th
2) Chapter 8 Outline is due on Monday, January 7th
3) Final Draft of your Egypt Essential Question is due on Tuesday, January 8th
SWBAT:
1) Follow the proper format for outlining
2) Read a informational text and draw out key facts/information
AGENDA:
1) Complete Ch. 8 Outline




December 18th, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish the "Social Pyramid" notes (on website)
3) Read Ch. 8 and finish the "Lesson Game" by this Friday
4) Complete the "active study" tool by Wednesday, January 2nd.
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Reviewing "Life in Egypt" answers and afterlife information




December 17th, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Turn the "Lost City of the Pyramid" film notes into complete sentences for Tuesday, Dec. 18th
2) Finish the "Social Pyramid" notes (on website)
3) Read Ch. 8 and finish the "Lesson Game" by this Friday
4) Complete the "active study" tool by Wednesday, January 2nd.
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Reviewing "Gift of the Nile" answers




December 14th, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Turn the "Lost City of the Pyramid" film notes into complete sentences for Tuesday, Dec. 18th
2) The Egypt Quiz will not take place until after the December break.
3) The "active study" tool that goes with Egypt quiz is also not due until after break.
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) "Lost City of the Pyramids" video and note-taking





November 30, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Ancient Israel Quiz next Friday, Dec. 7th
2) Active Study tool due on Dec. 7th
3) Ancient Israel sequencing frame due on Tuesday, Dec. 4th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Israel sequencing "busted brainframe"
2) Check Vocab List #5




November 26, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Ch. 11 & do Lesson Game by tomorrow
2) Ch. 11 outline due Wednedsay the 28th
3) Extra Credit proposal due tomorrow
4) Vocab List #5 due Thursday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Binder Check
2) Work on Ch. 11 Outline or Vocab #5




November 21, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Ch. 11 & do Lesson Game by Tuesday the 27th
2) Ch. 11 outline due Wednedsay the 28th
3) Extra Credit proposal due Tuesday the 27th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1)




November 20, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the "How are Slavery and Racism Connected" paragraph for Tuesday
2) Hammurabi Paper due tomorrow
3) Extra credit proposal due Tuesday the 27th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Slave trade image gallery walk
2) Go over extra credit proposal




November 19, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the "How are Slavery and Racism Connected" paragraph for Tuesday
2) Hammurabi Paper due tomorrow
3) Extra credit proposal due Tuesday the 27th
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Slave trade image gallery walk
2) Go over extra credit proposal




November 16, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the "How are Slavery and Racism Connected" paragraph for Tuesday
SWBAT:
1) Anaylze primary source documents to discover opinions
2) Synthesize information from a variety of different primary sources
3) Paraphrase text into their own words
AGENDA:
1) Slave trade image gallery walk




November 14, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Read "Mr. Norris" entry and answer questions for tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Anaylze primary source documents to discover opinions
2) Use primary source documents to find evidence to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Review data tables of statistics from the Atlantic Slave Trade
2) Slavery spectrum/continuum for Dr. Falconbridge and Capt. Philips




November 13, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish 'say something' on the "Slave Trade..." reading
   - write 'say somethings' on the piece of paper
2) Read "Captain Thomas Philips" entry and answer questions
SWBAT:
1) Anaylze primary source documents to discover opinions
2) Use primary source documents to find evidence to support a claim
AGENDA:
1) Complete the 'say something' for the "Slave Trade..." reading
2) Review the "Dr. Falconbridge" entry reading




November 7, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the Hammurabi Debate Prep sheet
2) Hammurabi Debate on Thursday
SWBAT:
1) Use specific pieces of evidence to explain a claim that Hammurabi's Code was just or not.
AGENDA:
1) Work on debate preparation sheet; specifcally meet with the WHOLE debate team (the entire "Just" side will meet together, while the entire "Unjust" side meets) in order to finalize the opening statements
2) Lesson on improving reasoning when writing.





November 6, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete through Part IV on the Hammurabi Debate Prep sheet
2) Hammurabi Debate on Thursday
SWBAT:
1) Use specific pieces of evidence to explain a claim that Hammurabi's Code was just or not.
AGENDA:
1) Work on debate preparation sheet





November 5, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete through Part III on the  Hammurabi Debate Preparation sheet
2) Hammurabi Debate on Thursday
SWBAT:
1) Use specific pieces of evidence to explain a claim that Hammurabi's Code was just or not.
AGENDA:
1) Work on debate preparation sheet





November 2, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Document E questions due on Monday
2) Choose TWO laws that will help support your side of the debate, and be ready to discuss them with your debate team/partner on Monday
3) Get Meso. Quiz signed for Monday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Go over debate format and debate preparation sheet
2) Assign debate groups/teams




November 1, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Document B, C & D questions due Friday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) NO CLASS because of One School, One Book Day




October 31, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Document B, C & D questions due Friday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Doc D & E "say something" routine
2) Group Evaluation




October 30, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Document D & E "say somethings" due tomorrow
2) Document B, C & D questions due Friday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Clarification of Babylonian Justice System
2) Doc C "say something"
3) Group Evaluation




October 29, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Document C "say somethings" due tomorrow
2) Document B questions due Wednesday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Doc B "say something"
2) Group Evaluation
3) Check work




October 26, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Document A questions for Monday
2) Do "say somethings" for Document B for Monday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Mesopotamia Quiz




October 25, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Quiz on Friday
2) "Active study" tool due on Friday
3) Complete Document A questions for Monday
4) Do "say somethings" for Document B for Monday
SWBAT:
1) Explain the importance of "sourcing" a document
2) Follow the steps of the "say something" routine
AGENDA:
1) "Sourcing" a document
2) "Say something" reading routine on Hammurabi Document A
3) Group discussion expectations




October 24, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Quiz on Friday
2) "Active study" tool due on Friday
3) Finish Hammurabi background essay questions for tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Identify key information from a reading by "chunking" the reading
2) Explain the general purpose of Hammurabi's Code
AGENDA:
1) Hammurabi background essay group reading




October 11, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish labeling the Mesopotamia Map by Tuesday, Oct. 16th
2) "Land Bewtween Two Rivers" question sheet is due tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Explain how Sumer was a civlization using specific examples and the Six Characteristics of a Civilzation.
AGENDA:
1) Sumerian artifact "dig" presentations
2) Group read of "Land Between the Two Rivers"
3) Check completion of vocab list #3




October 10, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) All old "Early Humans" work is due by the end of the day today. If it is not submitted, it will not be accepted at a later date.
2) Vocab #3 due tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Explain how Sumer was a civlization using specific examples and the Six Characteristics of a Civilzation.
AGENDA:
1) Sumerian "archaeological dig" activity




October 9, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) All old "Early Humans" work is due by tomorrow. If it is not submitted, it will not be accepted at a later date.
2) Vocab #3 due Thursday
SWBAT:
1) Explain the six characteristics that determine what a civilzation is.
AGENDA:
1) Re-define and translate the Six Characteristics of a Civilization




October 2, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Review Early Humans and Agricultural Revolution notes for discussion
2) Complete the "Mankind" responses by Friday
   - remember, you will need this information for class on Wednesday, so you should start working on this now and DO NOT wait until Thursday night to begin
3) Start to gather information and take notes for your part of the discussion coming up this Friday
SWBAT:
1)
AGENDA:
1) Assign and go over the sheet for Discussion Assessment #1
2) Pick partners for the discussion




October 1, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Review Early Humans and Agricultural Revolution notes for discussion
2) Complete the "Mankind" responses by Friday
   - remember, you will need this information for class on Wednesday, so you should start working on this now and DO NOT wait until Thursday night to begin
SWBAT:
1) Explain the negatives and postives that occurred as a result of the invention of farming.
AGENDA:
1) "Mankind: The Story of All of Us"




September 28, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Review Early Humans and Agricultural Revolution notes for discussion
SWBAT:
1) Explain at least two benefits of studying history on our current lives.
AGENDA:
1) In-class writing sample on "Why Study History?"




September 25, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Ch. 3 questions by Wednesday
3) First Discussion on Early Humans and Farming next week
SWBAT:
1) Explain the effects that farming had on civilization
AGENDA:
1) Agricultural Revolution slideshow




September 24, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the Neo/Paleo Compare/Contrast frame for Tuesday
2) Complete Ch. 3 questions by Wednesday
3) First Discussion on Early Humans and Farming week
SWBAT:
1) Answer questions with complete sentences and coherent thoughts using evidence from informational reading
AGENDA:
1) Start by re-reading Section 1 and review




September 21, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the "Writing a Claim" template for Monday.
2) Finish reading Ch. 3 for Monday
3) Complete the Neo/Paleo Compare/Contrast frame for Tuesday
SWBAT:
1) Identify key differences between the Neolithic and Paleolithic Ages
AGENDA:
1) "Partner/Whisper-Read" Ch. 3
2) Check homework assignments
3) Fixing a "busted brainframe"




September 20, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 2 in HISTORY ALIVE!
2) Complete the Ch. 2 Lesson Game for tomorrow
3) Complete Vocab List #2 for tomorrow
4) Complete labeling of Africa map for tomorrow
5) Complete the "Writing a Claim" template for Monday.
SWBAT:
1) Explain the purpose and structure of a claim
2) Use a checklist to guide them while writing a claim or an answer to a question
AGENDA:
1) "Writing a Claim" and "Answering Questions"




September 18, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 2 in HISTORY ALIVE!
2) Complete the Ch. 2 Lesson Game for Friday
3) Complete Vocab List #2 for Friday
4) Complete labeling of Africa map for Friday
SWBAT:
1) Explain the difference between BCE and CE
2) Place specific events on a timeline
AGENDA:
1) BCE/CE and timeline notes




September 17, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Chapter 2 in HISTORY ALIVE!
2) Complete the Ch. 2 Lesson Game
3) Complete the "Week in Review" survey for tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Explain key differences in the developmental stages of early hominids
AGENDA:
1) Notes on ARDI / Early Humans / Historical Evidence




September 14, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Study Vocab List #1 for upcoming quiz
2) Complete the "Week in Review" survey
SWBAT:
1) Work with a group to create a list of questions
2) Prioritize and organize questions based on importance and relevance
AGENDA:
1) Question Focus Technique about ARDI




September 13, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Study Vocab List #1 for upcoming quiz
SWBAT:
1) Explain why people may have different perspectives
AGENDA:
1) "The Lunchroom Fight"




September 12, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Vocab List #1 by tomorrow
SWBAT:
1) Identify key suggestions on how to succeed in 7th grade
AGENDA:
1) "How to Succeed in 7th Grade" (advice from those with experience)




September 11, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Vocab List #1 by Thursday
SWBAT:
1) Set up their online textbook account
2) Explain the proper method to format a vocabulary list assignment
3) Locate specific features of the HISTORY ALIVE online textbook
AGENDA:
1) Set up online textbook account
2) LaBrache check the last of the binders
3) How to do a vocabulary list assignment




September 7, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Be happy that you are not sweating at a desk in school
SWBAT:
1) Locate a country on a map of the world
2) Locate the homework page on Mr. LaBrache's website
AGENDA:
1) More Plickers preview
2) Website reivew
3) "Can you name a country?" video
4) "Where is YOUR mind?" online survey
5) Check binder and signed contract




September 6, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Get lock for you locker

2) Have your binder set up for class on Friday
    - White-lined paper
    - Correctly labeled sections
    - Correct writing implements
    - Have an assignment notebook

3) Get The Contract signed
    - go over it with your parents/guardian and BOTH you and they are to sign it
SWBAT:
AGENDA:
1) Go over second part of The Contract
2) Plickers pre-quiz




September 5, 2018
HOMEWORK:
1) Get lock for you locker

2) Have your binder set up for class on Friday
    - White-lined paper
    - Correctly labeled sections
    - Correct writing implements
    - Have an assignment notebook
SWBAT:
AGENDA:
1) Assign seats
2) Pick your NCAA team
3) Turn in exit ticket homework
4) Go over first part of The Contract