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Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 15, 2017 at 12:13 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Create a chart that analyzes the effects of exploration on the Native and African societies of the 15th centuries.
  • Identify terms related to early European civilization and exploration.
  • Identify terms related to Spanish colonization of the New World.
  • Describe some of the social consequences of their presence in the New World as the result of intentions.

Bell Ringer:

Review Cause and Effect Chart

Agenda:

  1. Discuss Chart/Complete Essay
  2. Choice Assign: #5 VOC Ch 2 Sec 1-3, #6 GR: Cortez the Killer and GR:  Europe and the Colonies.
  3. Must have # 4 Ch 1 Sec 5 Quiz Finished!!!

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze the impact of WWII on the independence movement in India in the 20th century.
  • Apply information gathered from various sources to create a presentation that evaluates information presented in various secondary and primary sources about the impact of WWII on Indian Independence in the 20th century.

Bell Ringer:

Break into Groups 3-4

Agenda:

  1. Complete VOC Unit 1
  2. Intro India and WWII Research Docs Assign
  3. Thesis and Evidence Due Monday

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 14, 2017 at 11:59 am

US History p. 3/4

Objectives:

  • Create a chart that analyzes the effects of exploration on the Native and African societies of the 15th centuries.
  • Identify terms related to early European civilization and exploration.
  • Identify terms related to Spanish colonization of the New World.
  • Describe some of the social consequences of their presence in the New World as the result of intentions.

Bell Ringer:

Look at Who Discovered America?  Discussion

Agenda:

  1. Review Who Discovered America? Discussion
  2. Finish Choice Assign’s:  #1 Unit Intro Presentation Assign, #2 VOC Ch 1 Sec 5 and #3 GR Iroquois Constitution.
  3. Take #4 VOC Ch 1 Sec 5 Quiz
  4. Intro Effect of Euro Colonization Chart

IB 20th Century World p. 6/7

Objectives:

  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break.
  • Explain the origins of anti-colonialism and the rise of nationalism in India.
  • Evaluate the impact of anti-colonialism and rise of nationalism in India on a movement towards independence.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare for last My Revisionist History Presentations

Agenda:

  1. My Revisionist History
  2. Open Schoology and Access Unit 1 India Folder
  3. Play Anti-colonialism vs. Nationalism/take notes
  4. Watch Hans Rosling’s 200 Years intro/take notes
  5. Use videos, Strayer, Vadney and Lowe texts to fill out Vocab List and Organizer
  6. Present Indian Independence Graphic Organizer

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 13, 2017 at 12:03 pm

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Create a chart that analyzes the effects of exploration on the Native and African societies of the 15th centuries.
  • Identify terms related to early European civilization and exploration.
  • Identify terms related to Spanish colonization of the New World.
  • Describe some of the social consequences of their presence in the New World as the result of intentions.

Bell Ringer:

Look at Who Discovered America?  Discussion

Agenda:

  1. Review Who Discovered America? Discussion
  2. Finish Choice Assign’s:  #1 Unit Intro Presentation Assign, #2 VOC Ch 1 Sec 5 and #3 GR Iroquois Constitution.  
  3. Take #4 VOC Ch 1 Sec 5 Quiz
  4. Intro Effect of Euro Colonization Chart

Advisory

  1. Pirate PRIDE
  2. iPad Agreement
  3. IB Learner Profile

US History p. 4

Objectives:

  • Describe the first inhabitants of America and the common misconceptions of who discovered America.
  • Rewrite the main ideas and themes behind colonization and the events leading to the US declaration of independence.

Bell Ringer:

Access the Who Discovered America? Discussion

Activities:

  1. Preview Links for Zinn Reading/Audio
  2. Read Ch 1 from Zinn and Answer Disc
  3. Choice Assign:  #1 Unit 1 Intro/#2 VOC Ch 1 Sec 5/#3 GR Iroquois Constitution

IB 20th Century World p. 5

Objectives:

  • Explain the origins of anti-colonialism and the rise of nationalism in India.
  • Evaluate the impact of anti-colonialism and rise of nationalism in India on a movement towards independence.

Bell Ringer:

Open Schoology and Access Unit 1 India Folder

Agenda:

  1. Play Anti-colonialism vs. Nationalism/take notes
  2. Watch Hans Rosling’s 200 Years intro/take notes
  3. Use videos, Strayer, Vadney and Lowe texts to fill out Vocab List and Organizer
  4. Present Indian Independence Graphic Organizer

IB 20th Century World p. 7

Objectives:

  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare Notes for presentations to evaluate

Activities:

  1. Present My Revisionist History
  2. Upload Presentations and Evaluations by end of the day

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 12, 2017 at 11:52 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the first inhabitants of America and the common misconceptions of who discovered America.
  • Rewrite the main ideas and themes behind colonization and the events leading to the US declaration of independence.

Bell Ringer:

Access the Who Discovered America? Discussion

Activities:

  1. Preview Links for Zinn Reading/Audio
  2. Read Ch 1 from Zinn and Answer Disc
  3. Choice Assign:  #1 Unit 1 Intro/#2 VOC Ch 1 Sec 5/#3 GR Iroquois Constitution

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare Notes for presentations to evaluate

Activities:

  1. Present My Revisionist History
  2. Upload Presentations and Evaluations by end of the day

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the first inhabitants of America and the common misconceptions of who discovered America.
  • Rewrite the main ideas and themes behind colonization and the events leading to the US declaration of independence.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Playlists from front of room.

Activities:

  1.  Present Playlists
  2. Review Who Discovered America? Discussion
  3. Choice Assign:  #1 Intro Presentation/#2 Ch 1 Sec 5 VOC/#3 GR Iroquois Constitution

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Review requirements for My Revisionist History

Activities:

  1. Day 2 Tasks
  2. Presentations Tom 5th/6th hr and Wed 7th hr

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 8, 2017 at 11:55 am

US History

Objectives:

  • Understand and summarize main ideas of classroom procedures, expectations and objectives.
  • Analyze thematic focus of course.

Bell Ringer:

Sit in assigned seats from yesterday.  Ask Mr. W if you don’t remember!

Take out a sheet of paper for a Quiz!!!!!

Agenda:

  1. Observational History Picture
  2. Take Quiz
  3. Discuss the Account
  4. Personal Learning Types and Activities Key

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze and understand how ideas of the historical account, eyewitness account, bias and revisionist history impact our knowledge of history.
  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Review Revisionist History Questions

Agenda:

  1. Discuss Questions
  2. Present My Revisionist History Example/Guidelines
  3. Brainstorm My Revisionist History Project

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 7, 2017 at 11:51 am

Advisory

  1. Student Handbook Review

US History

Objectives:

  • Understand and summarize main ideas of classroom procedures, expectations and objectives.
  • Analyze thematic focus of course.

Bell Ringer:

PLEASE SIT IN ASSIGNED SEAT BASED ON SEATING CHART AT FRONT OF ROOM

Pick Up Dos and Don’ts Reading and review list

Agenda:

  1. Dos and Don’t Discussion
  2. Notes Discussion
  3. Cornell Notes Lecture
  4. Bloom and Costa Levels of Intelligence

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Analyze and understand how ideas of the historical account, eyewitness account, bias and revisionist history impact our knowledge of history.
  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Please pick up article How Revisionist History Works

Agenda:

  1. Discuss Article
  2. Revisionist History Podcast:  The Big Man Can’t Shoot
  3. Turn in Discussion Questions

 

 

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 6, 2017 at 11:55 am

Advisory

  1. Get Lockers
  2. Go over Schedules

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify instructor and background.
  • Explain one element about the background of instructor or fellow student.
  • Understand and summarize main ideas of classroom procedures, expectations and objectives.
  • Analyze thematic focus of course.

Bell Ringer:

Take a seat anywhere in room.  NO MORE THAN THREE PEOPLE AT CIRCLE TABLES!!!

Take out sheet of paper and put name on it.

Agenda:

  1. “I Am Poem…”
  2.  With a Little More Effort Activity
  3. Ted Talk and History Web/Collect Poems and Web
  4. HW:  Do’s and Don’ts of Online Reading

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 1 course.
  • Analyze and understand how ideas of the historical account, eyewitness account, bias and revisionist history impact our knowledge of history.
  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break

Bell Ringer:

Take a seat anywhere in room.  NO MORE THAN THREE PEOPLE AT CIRCLE TABLES!!!

Take out sheet of paper and put name on it.

Agenda:

  1. Copy Account Image and Discuss
  2. Eyewitness Activity/ #1-3
  3. General Knowledge Activity/#4-7
  4. HW:  How Revisionist History Works article

Agenda 1st Day of School

In Uncategorized on September 5, 2017 at 11:52 am

Advisory

  1. Get schedules/lunch pins
  2. Review Daily Schedule Week 1/Lunch

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify instructor and background.
  • Explain one element about the background of instructor or fellow student.
  • Understand and summarize main ideas of classroom procedures, expectations and objectives.
  • Analyze thematic focus of course.

Bell Ringer:

Check your schedule for US History/Teacher Wachholz Room 318.

Take a seat where you like.

Print name clearly on one side of notecard handed to you at the door/Answer 3 questions about yourself put on TV

Agenda:

  1. Answer 3 questions/Choose 2 and put on post its
  2. Give one/ Take one 2x
  3. Present a person
  4. Syllabus Breakdown/Letter Home

IB 20th Century World

Objectives:

  • Identify the requirements for the HL IB year 1 course.
  • Analyze and understand how ideas of the historical account, eyewitness account, bias and revisionist history impact our knowledge of history.
  • Organize, plan and create a presentation of one event from your summer.
  • Analyze a presentation of one student to evaluate the historical account of their summer break.

Bell Ringer:

Check your schedule for IB History HL A/Teacher Wachholz Room 318.

Take a seat where you like.

Print name clearly on one side of notecard handed to you at the door/complete one of the Story Starters!!!

Agenda:

  1. Work on Story Starter
  2. Table Share/Group Share
  3. Syllabus/DP Expectations Questions and Review
  4. Plagiaiism Video