As a reminder, there is a test over Chapter 1 and 2 on Tuesday, October 24th on I-learn. There will be 37 questions that include 2 Short Answers, Matching Vocabulary, Identifying, Primary and Secondary Sources and Multiple Choice totaling 45 points!
Today in class, we will begin the hour by comparing hominids, followed by learning about Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis and Homo Sapian Sapiens. If time permits, we will begin our project over the hominids.
Homework: 1. Work on all of your study guide – Checking Friday 2. Chapter 1&2 Test Monday! 3. Print Hominid Presentation Cornell Notes. hominidspresentationcnotes 4. Vocabulary Maps Chapter 1 & 2 Extra Credit 5. Please be here all week!
Today in class, I am going to begin every hour going over how students should be here everyday this week if possible because we will beginning a group project later this week. After, I will collect what is left of the flocabulary (90% of students finished on Friday). We will then review Lucy, followed by comparing her to Homo Habilis and Homo Erectus. Students should have 2.2, 2.3, and 2.4 notes filled out by the end of the day!
Homework: 1. Chapter 1 and 2 Study Guide Work on all questions – due Friday! 2. Print Hominids Presentation Cornell Notes.hominidspresentationcnotes 3. Vocabulary Maps Chapter 1 & 2 Extra Credit! 4. Please be here all week – Project is coming this week!
Have a great Monday!
P.S. – My dog Emma was not thrilled with how the Wolverines were playing this weekend even with her Michigan jersey on!
Today in class, we will be working on our Current Events assignment for Card Marking 1 – Flocabulary. This is due on Monday, directions of how to get on are posted on the blog under “Class Assignments”. If time permits, students may work on their Chapter 1 and 2 Study Guide!
I am including Side 1 and Side 2 from flocabulary today for students who are absent, or who did not get it all.
As a reminder, tomorrow is a half day – if you will not be here, be sure to complete this weeks BW and then look on the blog for the Flocabulary Assignment over the date of 10/13.
Today in class, we will begin the hour by going over the Chapter 1 & 2 Study Guide HAChapter1and2SG and Chapter 1 Cornell Notes. We will then begin a preview activity over Chapter 2 and begin to learn about the hominid. We will learn about the first human, Lucy!
Homework: 1. Bring your flocabulary (current event assignment) with you tomorrow!2. Chapter 1 & 2 Study Guide – Everything but Questions 7-19 & 29. Checking on Friday, October 20th, and Test will be Tuesday October 24th as of now! 3. Chapter 1 Cornell Notes/Chapter 1 Section 2/3 C.Notes all Completed! 4. Vocabulary Maps Chapter 1 & 2 Extra Credit. 5. Print Hominids Presentation Cornell Notes.hominidspresentationcnotes
Today in class, we will start off the hour by reviewing our G/S Packet 1.2 very quickly and turning in our Cave Art Drawing. We will then finish our Chapter 1 Notes and Chapter 1 Cornell Notes. All students should have 1.4-1.9 Notes and Chapter 1 Cornell Notes completed.
Today in class, we are going to start off the hour by going over what will be for homework tomorrow while I am out. (I will post a picture of what is left on the board tomorrow of what we will be completing. We will then look over more primary sources and make guesses on why they were created by filling in our notes and Chapter 1 Cornell Notes.
Homework: 1. Cave Art Drawing Due Weds!Drawings 2. G/S 1.2 Packet Due Weds! 3. Chapter 1 and 2 Vocabulary Map Due Weds – This can be done over any word. Reminder, students must define the vocabulary word, underline the vocabulary word and draw/color it. It can be based over any word over Chapters 1 & 2. Students will get back their Chapter 1 and 2 Vocabulary and Sentences today to help them! 4. BEHAVE FOR THE SUB PLEASE! 🙂
Today in class, we are going to start off the hour by getting our progress report grades for Card Marking 1 – Students will mark this in their My Learning Plan in their Planner. We will then review Chapter 1 Section 2/3 Cornell Notes, followed by acting as a detectives and looking at various artifacts to find out what they are, and why they are there (Chapter 1.4 and 1.5 Notes). Students will then have the remainder of the hour to complete their Chapter 1 and 2 Vocabulary and Sentences, Page 4 of the GeoSkills 1.2 Packet and complete the left hand side of the Chapter 1 Section 2/3 Cornell Notes.
Homework: Chapter 1 Section 2/3 Cornell Notes – Left hand side of the page! All complete BESIDES the summary! 2. Print Chapter 1 Cornell Notes from Blog – will use Monday! OverallCNCh1 3. GO BLUE!
Today in class, we are going to start off the hour by collecting the remainder GS Worksheets and Timeline Worksheets (A lot of students turned both in yesterday). We will then review our Cornell Notes over Primary and Secondary Sources. I will show students how to complete the Chapter 1 and 2 Vocabulary in their pamphlet. On the left side, they must write the definition from the back of the book, and on the right side, you must use the word in a sentence and underline it. However, it must be a meaningful sentence, please no “My gramma is pre-historic” type sentences! Use the book from pages 5-23 to help you locate sentences in the book. We will then read about how social scientists have discovered the past and take notes in our notebooks and on a worksheet packet (THIS IS NOT HOMEWORK!). GeoSkillsPacket2 (1)GeoSkillsPacket2 (2)GeoSkillsPacket2 (3)GeoSkillsPacket2 (4)
Homework: 1. Chapter 1/2 Vocabulary & Sentences Due Tomorrow! 2. Make sure your Primary/Secondary Source C. Notes are completed! 3. Print Chapter 1 Cornell Notes from Blog! OverallCNCh14. Wear BLUE or green tomorrow! #goblue
Today in class, we will begin the hour by placing paper work in our notebooks. We will then learn about Primary and Secondary Sources and timelines, along with working on a worksheet that goes along with it (this is due tomorrow) – TimelineQuestions117 (1)TimelineQuestions117 (2)
Copy of the class cornell notes over the primary/secondary sources
Students will also receive their Chapter 1 and 2 Vocabulary and Sentence Fold-able today. They define the word on the left hand side and use the word in a sentence on the right hand side of the page. They may use pages 6-23 can help them formulate sentences. Chapter1&2Vocab (1)Chapter1&2Vocab (2)
Homework: 1. Timeline WS Due Tomorrow! 2. GS 1.1 WS Due Tomorrow! 3. Print Chapter 1 Cornell Notes from Blog! OverallCNCh1 4. Left hand column of the Primary/Secondary Sources C. Notes 5. Chapter 1/2 Vocabulary & Sentences Due Friday!