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Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 12, 2019 at 12:09 pm

Advisory

  1. Counseling Survey
  2. Homecoming Royalty Nomination
  3. Spirit Week
    • Monday: Pajama Day
    • Tuesday: Sports Day Sophomores baseball
    • Wednesday: Hawaiian Day
    • Thursday: Neon Day
    • Friday: Pirate Pride
  4. P.R.I.D.E

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the unique interactions between European colonists and Native and the social consequences of those interactions.
  • Identify the settlements of Jamestown and St. Augustine.
  • Compare and contrast the English and Spanish settlements in America.
  • Analyze the differences between colonies in the Americas by synthesizing the accounts of early settlers in Jamestown and St. Augustine.
  • Describe the geographical locations where colonists settled and analyze the spatial patterns they adopted.

Bell Ringer:

Take out Chromebooks and Playlists

Activities:

  1. Review choice formatives due 9/12:
    • To score a 2: #3 Colony Comparison Chart Discussion
    • To score a 3:  Settlement Info Analysis and The Native Complaint Letter RAFT
    • To score a 4:   Jamestown vs. St. Augustine Essay
  2. Move into work groups

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:

Sit in groups from yesterday.  Review Essay Frames/Thesis/Topic Statements/Details.  Turn in 1 Frame for the Groups.

Activities:

  1. Group Check in
  2. Move into New Split Groups
  3. Answer India and WWII Questions/Take Notes
  4. Move into Original Groups
  5. Complete India and WWII Presentation/Due Tom!!!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 11, 2019 at 12:02 pm

Advisory

  1. Report to Auditorium Row Q + R

US History

Objectives:

  • Describe the unique interactions between European colonists and Native and the social consequences of those interactions.
  • Identify the settlements of Jamestown and St. Augustine.
  • Compare and contrast the English and Spanish settlements in America.
  • Analyze the differences between colonies in the Americas by synthesizing the accounts of early settlers in Jamestown and St. Augustine. 
  • Describe the geographical locations where colonists settled and analyze the spatial patterns they adopted.

Bell Ringer:

Think about what you know or heard about 9/11

Activities:

  1. Watch Doc on Boatlift of Manhattan
  2. Play Know Your Colonies Kahoot
  3. Preview next choice formatives due 9/12:
    • To score a 2: #3 Colony Comparison Chart Discussion
    • To score a 3:  Settlement Info Analysis and The Native Complaint Letter RAFT 
    • To score a 4:   Jamestown vs. St. Augustine Essay

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:

Get into Groups of no more than 4 students

Activities:

  1. Open India and WWII Reading Assignment
  2. Make Essay Frame for reading
    • Thesis
    • 3 Topic Sentences
    • No more than 10 Factual Details
  3. Submit Frame/1 Per Group

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 10, 2019 at 11:51 am

Advisory

  1. Community Building Activity
  2. Lockers/Free Reduced Forms?

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:

Take out Playlists for Unit 1 and turn to first page.

Activities:

  1. Preview first choice assignments:
    • To score a 2:  #1 VOC Ch 2 Sec 1-3 and #2 VOC Ch 2 Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GR:  Europe and the Colonies.
    • To score a 4:  Cause and Effect Euro/Native/W African Essay
  2. Play Effects Videos
  3. Finish 1st Formatives

IB 20th Century World

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:

Access Anti-Colonialism vs Nationalism Presentation in Schoology and review/take notes

Activities:

  1. Students Watch Presentation Independently
  2. Hans Rosling Presentation
  3. Intro Indian Independence Graphic Organizer

 

IB 20th Century World 7th Hour

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:

Finish Presentations

Activities:

  1. Watch Anti-Colonialism and Hans Rosling Presentation
  2. Intro Indian Independence Graphic Organizer

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 9, 2019 at 11:55 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:

Put Name/Date/Class hour on Cornell Note Sheet.  Write Unit 1 Colonization for Topic.

Activities:

  1. Intro Unit 1 Colonization Quizlet/CMS Companion
  2. Take Notes Front and Back with Summary using one site or both
  3. Turn in Completed Cornell Note Sheet

US History p. 5

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:

Take out Playlists for Unit 1 and turn to first page.

Activities:

  1. Preview first choice assignments:
    • To score a 2:  #1 VOC Ch 2 Sec 1-3 and #2 VOC Ch 2 Quiz
    • To score a 3:  GR:  Europe and the Colonies.
    • To score a 4:  Cause and Effect Euro/Native/W African Essay
  2. Play Effects Videos
  3. Work on 1st Formatives

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:

Upload Revisionist Photos

Activities:

  1. Review My Revisionist History Assign
  2. Present

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 6, 2019 at 11:56 am

US History P. 3/4

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:

Put name/Period/Date on Unit 1 Colonization Playlist

Activities:

  1. Review 2/3/4 Level of Learning
  2. Set Goals on Playlist/Discuss Due Dates
  3. Crash Course Intro

US History P. 5

Objectives:

  • 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.
  • Create a chart that analyzes the effects of exploration on the Native and African societies of the 15th centuries.

Bell Ringer:

Put Name/Date/Class hour on Cornell Note Sheet.  Write Unit 1 Colonization for Topic.

Activities:

  1. Intro Unit 1 Colonization Quizlet/CMS Companion
  2. Take Notes Front and Back with Summary using one site or both
  3. Turn in Completed Cornell Note Sheet

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 out Revisionist Discussion Questions/ Share with one other person at table

Activities:

  1. Pair Share
  2. Go over Questions as a class
  3. Present My Revisionist History Assignment
  4. Brainstorm Picture and Story
  5. Present on Monday!!!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 5, 2019 at 11:48 am

Advisory

  1. Student Handbook Review
  2. Free/Reduced Lunch Forms????

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:

Go to Kahoot.it on an electronic device.  If you do not have a device find a friend to play Kahoot game with.

Activities:

  1. Play US Scavenger Hunt Kahoot
  2. Complete Cornell Notes Discussion
  3. Introduce Cornell Notes/Present

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 out a piece of paper and put name on it.  Will turn this in at end of class.

Activities:

  1. Revisionist History Podcast Discussion Questions
  2. Turn in Questions

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 4, 2019 at 11:52 am

Advisory

  1. Locker Sign Up
  2. Write Your Story
  3. Free Reduced???

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 out a piece of paper that you will hand in!  And something to write with.  There is notebook paper and pencils by charging station in back of room.

Activities:

  1. Review Instructor “I am… ”  Poems
  2. Write own Poems/Share
  3. Syllabus Questions
  4. Look for Parent/Guardian Letter Home
  5. Take US Scavenger Hunt Quiz

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 out Notebooks and prepare to take some notes

Activities:

  1. The Account
  2. Eyewitness Report
  3. General Knowledge Activity
  4. Review “The Account”

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 3, 2019 at 12:04 pm

Advisory

  1. Pick up Schedules
  2. Discuss Free Reduced Lunch
  3. Go over Schedule/Lunches

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 out a piece of paper that you will hand in!  And something to write with.  There is notebook paper and pencils by charging station in back of room.

Activities:

  1. Answer questions on Intro Slide
  2. Get to know each other activity
  3. Intro Mr. W’s Class and Schoology Page
  4. Read Syllabus and tell Parent/Guardian to look for 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:

Take out a piece of paper that you will hand in!  And something to write with.  There is notebook paper and pencils by charging station in back of room.

Activities:

  1. Write Story Starter
  2. Share Stories/Collect
  3. Go over Syllabus/Questions
  4. Watch Plagiarism Video