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03/30/2015
Your Religion Compared with Ancient Egypt’s

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Expectations for Today

Expectations for Today (1)

 

 

Unit 4 Ancient China

 

Study Guide

https://info.teachtci.com/forum/connections/6_CA_Stndrds-Study_Guides.pdf

Teachers Notes https://www.merkinms.org/apps/download/2/hQAqErGgZKHQaAwL1qq8Whh7m1hrCftdlFghhn91IAfIGXvg.pdf/19%20Early%20Settlement%20China.pdf

 

Chapter 19 – Early Geography

Textbook

https://amberblackwell.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/file/view/Chapt19GeoEarlyChina.pdf/409153616/Chapt19GeoEarlyChina.pdf

 

Handouts:

https://corbinmoore1.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/ha-ch-19-reading-notes.pdf

 

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/China-Geog-Chart-Rding-Notes.doc

 

Cloze Notes:

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Chapter-19.doc

 

Practice Map:

https://www.ewsdonline.org/view/2175.pdf

 

Lesson:

https://prezi.com/nfxaxvu60zgx/copy-of-geography-and-the-early-settlement-of-china/

 

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7qvqQKYMt4&feature=share&list=PLAgANw1tKPP37ZWnfAVaGXM-Ge9LQRTV2&index=5

 

Need To See More? :

https://blogs.birmingham.k12.mi.us/mrsfazzolaragilmore/2014/04/16/chapter-19-geography-and-the-early-settlement-of-china/

 

Interactive Geography Game:

https://www.ancientchina.co.uk/geography/challenge/cha_set.html

 

Detailed Notes:

https://wwpms.sharpschool.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_10640393/File/Schimpf/Chapter%2019.pdf

 

 

Chapter 20 Ancient Chinese Dynasties

  – Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han

Textbook:

https://education.fcps.org/ums/sites/default/files/AW%20Chapt%2020.pdf

 

Lesson:

https://mrparksworldhistory.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/4/7/13470419/early_dynasties.pdf

 

https://docs.google.com/a/dearbornschools.org/document/d/1shG6HNft2FRa_7wpCqL_P32Z837LB3Z1r9KbzGpc-3Q/edit

 

Video: (stop @  2:05)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSt0awGbi84&list=PLAgANw1tKPP37ZWnfAVaGXM-Ge9LQRTV2&feature=share&index=18

 

Pictures:

oracle bones

https://english.sina.com/china/p/2010/1012/343092.html

terra cotta soldiers/horses/chariots

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&authuser=0&site=imghp&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1024&bih=667&q=terra+cotta+soldiers&oq=terra+cotta+&gs_l=img.1.1.0l7j0i10j0l2.1875.6

 

Han Achievements Worksheet:

https://www.bordentown.k12.nj.us/webpages/skoch/files/ancient%20processing%2023.pdf

 

Fact Check and Vocabulary Game:

https://quizlet.com/14076114/china-the-shang-zhou-qin-and-han-dynasties-flash-cards/

 

Chapter 24 – The Silk Road

Textbook:

https://www.sanjuan.edu/webpages/eoverholt/files/ch%2024.pdf

 

Interactive Notebook Activities:

https://www.ewsdonline.org/view/2182.pdf

 

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfe-eNq-Qyg&feature=share&list=PLAgANw1tKPP37ZWnfAVaGXM-Ge9LQRTV2&index=

 

Vocabulary:

https://quizlet.com/5805471/chapter-24-the-silk-road-flash-cards/

Study Guide/Extra Credit

https://docs.google.com/a/dearbornschools.org/document/d/16kA6JjOIJhAfVN0FkQ1dfOGpVWykIJvr9118NgjbLjw/edit

 

 

Teacher Notes:

https://www.marshallmiddle.org/apps/download/wbEUYWqkg7OsUX4q5E8KQDhAXhla1NikQlvm0oWEXqe7x2Uh.pdf/24%20The%20Silk%20Road.pdf

 

 

Silk Road Trading Essay

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Diary-on-Trading-Experience.docx

 

 

Unit 4 Extension Activities:

China Trivia Game:

https://asiasociety.org/node/20787

 

Ancient Chinese legend:

https://www.ancientchina.co.uk/geography/story/sto_set.html

 

Practice Test:

https://education.fcps.org/ums/sites/default/files/China%20Study%20Guide.docx

 

Han Help Wanted Poster:

https://www.bordentown.k12.nj.us/webpages/skoch/files/han%20government%20help%20wanted.docx

Han Help Wanted Poster:

https://www.bordentown.k12.nj.us/webpages/skoch/files/han%20government%20help%20wanted.docx

The Boy In The Striped Pajamas  Movie Assignment

 https://lessonplanstripedpajamas.blogspot.com/

Teacher explains the students are to think about these questions individually for the next lesson} (15 mins.)

  • Why do you think the story is told from the perspective of a child?

  • How might it be different if Bruno and Shmuel were adults?

  • Why do you think Hitler is referred to as The Fury?

                          definition: fury-wild or violent anger

  • How does the story show different perspectives on the war and Bruno’s father’s role in the war?

  • Do you think the novel has an opinion on the war? How does it show its opinion? Why do you think so?

Table Group Discussion/Answers

Students are to compile a group list of characteristics and answers to the questions. (30 mins.)

  • What do you learn about each character? Characteristics, likes/dislikes,etc.

  • What is each character’s attitude or opinion of each character to moving to Auschwitz and the war?

  • What does this opinion reveal about the person’s character? Are they flexible or stubborn? Wanting to please/agree or are they upset with the situation?

How did the Holocaust happen?

Propaganda Project:

Quote “Make the lie big, make it simple, keep telling it, and eventually they will believe it”

– Adolf Hitler.

Propaganda: is information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, that is used to promote or publicize a particular political cause of point of view.

Propaganda is often used as a political strategy by leaders to stay in power, or to convince their people or country to do what the politicians want them to. It is a form of manipulation.

Features of Propaganda:

•Distorting facts; changing the truth

•Pointing out an ENEMY              •Emotive language

•Stereotyping or generalising, especially groups of people

•Using symbols, slogans, repetition and clichés

•Avoiding the details of an argument               •Asking help from authorities

•A ‘call to action’ or appeal to the public for support/action

•A (too) simple solution to a problem

Individual Opinion Question ( use the information above to support your ideas)

How was Adolph Hitler a master of propaganda?

World Religions (Era 3)  [W3.2]

Content Objective(s):

The learner will (TWL) analyze how the six major world religions/belief systems ( Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Christianity, and Islam) grew to significance by charting important facts.

Language Objective(s):

TLW evaluate the six major world religions/belief systems for discourse and discussion by using provided sentence stems.

TLW distinguish vocabulary words through participating in a vocabulary matching card game.

TLW describe the six major world religions/belief systems by creating a flip book that includes:

– date of origin

– founder

– location/region

– holy book

– practices (rituals, actions…)

– belief (common thoughts)

– place of worship

– symbols

– other important info (afterlife?, answers to life’s big questions, oddities…)

World Religion worksheets:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/religion/worksheets/

5 Major World Religions (no confucianism)

https://youtu.be/-453WFmUFIU

Judaism

Vocabulary:

https://goldberg09.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/Wordle+chapter+11+and+12

Text:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/judaism/

Prezi Judaism

https://prezi.com/zhhupgxkeekm/copy-of-judaism/

Prezi Jewish Holidays

https://prezi.com/be2j417oqysi/copy-of-jewish-holidays/

Video:

The Story of Judaism

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyEaAcPGAhA

Crash Course: (Christianity to Judaism)

https://youtu.be/TG55ErfdaeY

Activity:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/religion/worksheets/pdf/judaism_passover_language.pdf

Story of King Solomon

https://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/english/Wise%20King%20Solomon%20English.pdf

Photos: Holocaust

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&authuser=0&site=imghp&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1024&bih=667&q=holocaust&oq=holocaust&gs_l=img.1.0.0l10.1329.4526.0.5865.9.5.0.4.4.0.56.228.5.5.0….0…1ac.1.37.img..0.9.239.d-07WeYRd28#imgdii=_

Hinduism

Vocabulary:

https://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/7656812/Hinduism

Text:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/hinduism/

https://www.cnn.com/2013/11/07/world/hinduism-fast-facts/

https://betterlesson.com/document/484801/how-do-hindus-understand-the-divine-pptx

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxXP2BliN9A&feature=share&list=PLAgANw1tKPP34iGAXK6Tv2UPG26-V2Ea4&index=6

https://youtu.be/0tpVZrsvK-k

Activity:

Writing Hindu numbers:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/religion/worksheets/pdf/hinduism_holi_thehindilanguage.pdf

Untouchables

https://www.thinkaboutit-knowaboutit.com/2013/05/the-dalits-indias-untouchable-caste.html

Buddhism

Vocabulary:

https://c3114176.edublogs.org/files/2012/10/buddhism2wordle-224hbqe.jpg

Text:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/buddhism/

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nn5uqE3C9w&list=PLAgANw1tKPP34iGAXK6Tv2UPG26-V2Ea4&feature=share

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxXP2BliN9A&list=PLAgANw1tKPP34iGAXK6Tv2UPG26-V2Ea4&feature=share&index=6

Activity:

8 fold path worksheet:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/religion/worksheets/pdf/buddhism_nirvana_eightfold.pdf

Confucianism

Vocabulary:

https://sites.uci.edu/theredhairedteacher/files/2013/02/Screen-Shot-2013-02-04-at-7.42.39-PM.jpg

Text:

https://www.religionfacts.com/a-z-religion-index/confucianism.htm

https://sites.uci.edu/theredhairedteacher/2013/02/11/wordle-about-imperial-china-confucianism/

Video:

https://www.biography.com/people/confucius-9254926/videos

Activity:

https://www.pbs.org/pov/lasttrainhome/lesson-confucianism.php#activity

Christianity

Vocabulary:

https://www.thecrazyaustralian.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/new-testament.jpg

Text:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/christianity/

https://betterlesson.com/document/484803/structure-of-the-catholic-church-docx

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG55ErfdaeY&feature=share&list=PLAgANw1tKPP34iGAXK6Tv2UPG26-V2Ea4&index=1

Activity:

Story of Jesus Birth video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwUlbghnPWo

Christmas Story worksheet:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/religion/worksheets/pdf/christianity_christmas_thechristmasstory.pdf

Islam

Vocabulary:

https://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/6320439/Islam_Wordle

Text:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/islam/

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpcbfxtdoI8&list=PLAgANw1tKPP34iGAXK6Tv2UPG26-V2Ea4

Activity:

Eid-Al-Fitr Senses

https://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/religion/worksheets/pdf/islam_eid_writing.pdf

Extended Activities:

Israeli/Palestine Conflict

https://betterlesson.com/document/484796/a-very-brief-history-of-the-israel-docx

Conversation with Young Hindus

https://betterlesson.com/document/484797/conversation-with-young-american-hindus-docx

Religion Links

https://betterlesson.com/document/663608/religionlinks-docx

The First Amendment and Religion

https://betterlesson.com/document/484798/first-amendment-and-christmas-lessons-docx

Chapter 9

Daily Life In Ancient Egypt (New Kingdom)

 

Essential Questions: (Civics, Government)

How did social class affect life in ancient Egypt?

How and why do humans organize their societies the way they do?

Textbook: History Alive: The Ancient World

https://www.ivyacademia.com/webpages/6grade/index.cfm?subpage=1337746%20

Daily Life Worksheets:

www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/AncientEgyptNearEastUnit/PDFs/AncientEgyptDailyLifeSketchHandout.pdf

 

Content Objectives:

The learner will analyze how the social pyramid affected the many roles of daily life in Ancient Egypt through small group presentations.

The roles include pharaoh, government officials, priest, scribes, artisans, peasants, and slaves.

 

9.2  Social Classes

https://6awchistory.weebly.com/social-pyramid.html

Anticipatory Set (WB pg. 65)

TLW create a social pyramid that shows the rankings of Ancient Egyptian citizens (government officials, priest, scribes, artisans, peasants, and slaves).

TLW discuss how the shape of the pyramid is associated with population density of the ranking.

Social Structure Video:

https://youtu.be/h_ZXBJN3QTo

Mini-Lesson (text):

What to highlight?

9.3 Government Officials (Presidential Cabinet)

vocabulary word(s):

vizier         treasurer        general

Ancient Egypt Government Officials video:

https://youtu.be/gQPxiDHJBOg

President’s Cabinet video:

https://youtu.be/gGTbbSH6M9s

TLW synthesize information to prepare an interactive lesson and dramatization of life of government officials in small group settings.

– Read textbook to distinguish important fact.

– Create list of facts to discuss/teach to peers

– Use dramatization suggestions from Lesson Masters (pg-57-66) to design a short skit about daily life

9.4 Priest (Holy Appointment)

vocabulary word(s):

sanctuary

embalm

sarcophagus

A Day in the Life of a Priestess (article):

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/pharaohs/life_priestess.html

Steps of Mummification video(s):

https://youtu.be/gimYNRnwc-A

https://youtu.be/-MQ5dL9cQX0

TLW synthesize information to prepare an interactive lesson and dramatization of life of priest in small group settings.

– Read textbook to distinguish important fact.

– Create list of facts to discuss/teach to peers

– Use dramatization suggestions from Lesson Masters (pg-57-66) to design a short skit about daily life

9.5 Scribes (Historians, Authors…)

vocabulary word (s):

hieroglyphs

census

About scribes (video):

https://youtu.be/HuzoE0qod9g

TLW synthesize information to prepare an interactive lesson and dramatization of life of scribes in small group settings.

– Read textbook to distinguish important fact.

– Create list of facts to discuss/teach to peers

– Use dramatization suggestions from Lesson Masters (pg-57-66) to design a short skit about daily life

9.6 Artisans  (Craftspeople, The Arts)

Who were the ancient artisans?

https://prezi.com/pyepx87or1sy/artisans-of-ancient-egypt/

A Day in the Life of a Merchant (article):

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/pharaohs/life_merchant.html

Small Group Activity:

– Identify and list modern day artisans

– Share out with classmates

TLW synthesize information to prepare an interactive lesson and dramatization of life of artisans in small group settings.

– Read textbook to distinguish important fact.

– Create list of facts to discuss/teach to peers

– Use dramatization suggestions from Lesson Masters (pg-57-66) to design a short skit about daily life

9.7 Peasants (Farmers)

Nile River (growing season):

https://youtu.be/oE2YZZgZWdE

A Day in the Life of a Laborer (article):

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/pharaohs/life_laborer.html

TLW synthesize information to prepare an interactive lesson and dramatization of life of peasant in small group settings.

– Read textbook to distinguish important fact.

– Create list of facts to discuss/teach to peers

– Use dramatization suggestions from Lesson Masters (pg-57-66) to design a short skit about daily life

9.__ Slaves (Human Trafficking)

Info about Slavery in Ancient Egypt (article):

https://www.egyking.info/2012/09/ancient-egyptian-slaves.html

Life of a Field Slave (article):

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/pharaohs/life_slave.html

Building the pyramids:

https://curiosity.discovery.com/question/pyramid-of-giza-constructed

TLW synthesize information to prepare an interactive lesson and dramatization of life of slave in small group settings.

– Read textbook to distinguish important fact.

– Create list of facts to discuss/teach to peers

– Use dramatization suggestions from Lesson Masters (pg-57-66) to design a short skit about daily life

 

Extension Activities:

Making A Mummy (game):

https://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/launch_gms_mummy_maker.shtml

 

Building A Pyramid (game):

https://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/launch_gms_pyramid_builder.shtml

 

More Info about Egypt (interactive):

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/pharaohs/index.html

 

Chapter 8

The Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs

 

Unit Essential Question:  What are  the accomplishments of the Egyptian Pharaohs and how did they achieve them?

 

Textbook: History Alive: The Ancient World

https://www.ivyacademia.com/webpages/6grade/index.cfm?subpage=1337746%20

 

Content Objective:

The learner will identify the accomplishments of the Egyptian Pharaohs by charting facts through the Old, Middle, and New Kingdoms.

General Whole Chapter Worksheets:

https://www2.newton.k12.ma.us/~cleo_syph/FOV1-0004CE02/Ch.%208%20The%20Ancient%20Egyptian%20Pharaohs.pdf?Plugin=Metro

Chapter 8 Cloze Notes:

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Chapter-8.doc

Egyptian Pharaoh Chart:

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/CH-8-Pharaoh-Chart.doc

 

Language Objectives:

 

Unit Essential Question:  What are  the accomplishments of the Egyptian Pharaohs and how did they achieve them?

– 8.1 Introduction

Essential Question: Who was King Tutankhaten?

 

TLW identify facts about King Tut by watching a short biographical videos, artifacts,  text, and note taking.

https://www.biography.com/people/king-tut-9512446?page=2

Facts About Tut:

https://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/homework/tut.html#2

King Tut – The Boy King’s Treasures:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Hyqwnmnbew&list=PLE69E2E07A163401E&feature=share

King Tut’s Treasures: Animal Iconography:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDGp6BZz2pQ&feature=share&list=PLE69E2E07A163401E&index=1

King Tut – The Robbing of Tutankhamun’s Tomb

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHuq2IpEtks&list=PLE69E2E07A163401E&feature=share&index=2

Horrible Histories: The Pharaoh Report

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqyjoaPUXAI&list=PLAgANw1tKPP2MUdlOf8bMwx2RnwX-MU-r&feature=share&index=7

 

– 8.2 Ancient Egypt and it’s Rulers

Essential Question

What were the three Important periods of time in Ancient Egypt?

 

TLW synthesize information about the Old, Middle, and New kingdom on a timeline.

TLW analyze the concept of Gods and the afterlife through small group discussions using sentence stems.

The Timeline of Ancient Egypt:

https://youtu.be/z17Y5u9iGPQ

Horrible Histories – Egyptian Gods and The Devourer:

https://youtu.be/OipmPbe1ezs

Opinion Sentence Stems:

https://cdnpix.com/show/208995238928093451_10GpNOPZ_c.jpg

8.3 Pharaoh Khufu: The Pyramid Builder

Essential Question:  Who was Khufu and what did he accomplish?

 

TLW apply knowledge about Pharaoh Khufu by putting information on a chart.

Pharaoh Khufu biography:

https://youtu.be/osLd-YX6PxE

Pharaoh Khufu’s pyramid picture:

https://www.glenselby.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/transparency08c.jpg

Egyptian Pharaohs Chart

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/CH-8-Pharaoh-Chart.doc

8.4 Pharaoh Senusret I: Patron of the Arts

Pharaoh Senusret I biography:

https://youtu.be/jTgsBPWFupA

Pharaoh Senusret – White Chapel

https://www.odysseyadventures.ca/articles/thebes/article_karnak-mk_whitechapel.htm

Egyptian Pharaohs Chart

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/CH-8-Pharaoh-Chart.doc

 

8.5 Pharaoh Hatshepsut: Promoter of Egyptian Trade

Pharaoh Hatshepsut biography:

https://youtu.be/s9jmZiy_T-c

Dayr al-Bahri and other female Pharaoh evidence

https://womenshistory.about.com/od/hatshepsut/ig/Hatshepsut-Female-Pharaoh/Djeser-Djeseru.htm

Horrible Histories – Hatshepsut   LOL 🙂

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sE9E9jATRM&list=PLAgANw1tKPP2MUdlOf8bMwx2RnwX-MU-r&index=3

Egyptian Pharaohs Chart

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/CH-8-Pharaoh-Chart.doc

 

8.6 Pharaoh RamsesII

Pharaoh Ramses II Biography:

https://youtu.be/axttkV4Gs8c

Abu-Simbel Picture:

https://www.tourist-destinations.net/2013/10/abu-simbel-egypt-travel-guide.html

Egyptian Pharaohs Chart

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/CH-8-Pharaoh-Chart.doc

 

Extension Activities:

Virtual Tour of Pyramids:

https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ancient/explore-ancient-egypt.html

Rare look inside the pyramids: NBC Today Show

https://youtu.be/J2dpvGifK8E

 

Chapter 7

https://docs.google.com/a/dearbornschools.org/document/d/1yXpRZ5SpMUqm2XuEwYMiLBitBg9-ms4OYHL_-62rR38/

Chapter 7

The Geography and early settlements of Egypt, Canaan, and Kush

Content Objective(s)

TLW use maps to analyze how geography, environmental factors, and physical features affected early settlements.

TLW evaluate a region for human settlement based on the physical and environmental features using the text.

Language Objective(s)

1)  TLW label blank maps of the region by adding countries and important waterways.

     Discuss this Essential Question with table groups.

How has geography of the land affected human settlement and migration?

2) TLW add notes and important landmarks to the maps while watching a geography lesson of this region.

https://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/testmaps/mideast.gif

Watch video to support the completed map exercise!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OykL64dP6KY&safe=active

Vocabulary Video Review

delta –  https://www.google.com/#q=delta+landform+definition

Suez Canal – https://www.mrdowling.com/607-suez.html

Dead Sea – https://twistedsifter.com/2012/06/10-things-you-didnt-know-about-the-dead-sea/

desalinization – https://youtu.be/aysj7696b0A

locust –  https://youtu.be/MTOgUjMcQWk

https://photos.denverpost.com/2013/03/06/photos-locusts-swarm-into-israel-from-egypt-ahead-of-passover/#11

sand storm – https://youtu.be/qdUe1E2pzWg

https://www.pbs.org/kenburns/dustbowl/interactive/

**Vocab Bonus**  What is a stereotype?

3) TLW use text to distinquish  push and pull factors to a region (7.2)

   Discuss the terms push and pull factors and make a list of three reasons for each.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXQd21to6xg

4) TLW draw a sketch map of the Egypt/Kush region (7.3) and discuss the push and pull factors and their relationship with human migration in the region.

Making paper from papyrus

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBnEMUvlNvI

Map for sketching: Location

https://www.maps.com/ref_map.aspx?pid=12011

Use sentence stems to further analyze the region.

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/7.3-Sample-Parag.docx

5) TLW draw a sketch map of Canaan (7.4) and discuss the push and pull factors and their relationship with human migration in the region.

Map for sketching: Location

https://lax2tlvbus404.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/ready/map-of-israel/

https://www.hayovel.com/learn/maps-of-israel

Where is Palestine?

https://mycatbirdseat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Palestinian-Loss-of-Land-Map-2010.jpg

6) TLW use paragraph stems to write an essay that compares and contrast environmental differences between two regions.  The essay should reflect how physical features affect

human migration.

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Ch-7-Essay-Question-for-Quiz.doc

7) Quiz-Essay Question

https://docs.google.com/a/dearbornschools.org/document/d/16TFAKtnIgUb1ok5gshgLWyXj5MAt3pvCmCeEB5nd5s4

Tuesday, January 21st

4 Empires Quiz

Monday, January 20th

Martin Luther King  Jr. Day – no school 🙂

https://www.history.com/topics/martin-luther-king-jr/videos#bet-you-didnt-know-march-on-washington

 

 

Friday, January 17th

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Civilization Project Presentations (1 per day)

???Essential Question??? – 

How has the quest for resources affected human history? (economics)

Mini Lesson:

Hammarabi’s Code of Laws Activity

Court Case:

https://www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/AncientEgyptNearEastUnit/ApplyingtheCodeHammurabiBabylonianCourtCases.html 

Lesson: Mapping Exercises – Middle East

Identify and label all Middle Eastern countries on a map!

See Maps section on home page

Watch video to support the completed map exercise!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OykL64dP6KY&safe=active

 

Thursday, January 16th

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Civilization Project Presentations (1 per day)

???Essential Question??? – 

How has conflict and cooperation shaped human society?

Mini Lesson:

Hammarabi’s Code of Laws Activity

Court Case: Commoner accused of harboring a runaway slave

https://www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/AncientEgyptNearEastUnit/ApplyingtheCodeHammurabiBabylonianCourtCases.html

Lesson: Mapping Exercises – Middle East

Identify and label all Middle Eastern countries on a map!

See Maps section on home page

 

Wednesday, January 15th

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Civilization Project Presentations (1 per day)

???Essential Question??? – 

How has conflict and cooperation shaped human society?

Mini Lesson:

Hammarabi’s Code of Laws Activity

Court Case: Farmer refusing to pay rent

https://www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/AncientEgyptNearEastUnit/ApplyingtheCodeHammurabiBabylonianCourtCases.html

Review For Chapter 6 Test w/visuals

 

 

Tuesday, January 14th

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Civilization Project Presentations (1 per day)

Lesson: 

Use a bubble map to chart Neo- Babylonian achievements in the areas of political, cultural, economics, and technology.

https://prezi.com/gbm8s9bz_ge7/copy-of-the-four-empires-of-mesopotamia/

 

 

Monday, January 13th

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Mesopotamia Video (Crash Course)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sohXPx_XZ6Y&feature=share&list=PLAgANw1tKPP3rU_DIwf_XEu3KYxaOx8md

??? Essential Question???

How and why do humans organize their societies the way they do? (Civics,

Government)

Lesson:

Hammarabi’s Code of Laws

https://www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/AncientEgyptNearEastUnit/ApplyingtheCodeHammurabiBabylonianCourtCases.html

https://www.eduplace.com/ss/hmss/6/unit/act3.1.html

 

Thursday, January 9th /Friday Jan 10th

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Assign Civilization Projects (one per day)

Review civilizations learned before Christmas Break

Lesson: 

Use a bubble map to chart Babylonian achievements in the areas of political, cultural, economics, and technology.

https://prezi.com/gbm8s9bz_ge7/copy-of-the-four-empires-of-mesopotamia/

 

Friday, December 20th

 

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Civilization Project Presentations (1 per day)

 

***Project Due Today***

https://prezi.com/gbm8s9bz_ge7/copy-of-the-four-empires-of-mesopotamia/

 

Thursday, December 19th

***Project Deadline – Friday December 20th***

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Small Group Project Time – Final Day

– collaborate with team mates to complete project

??? Essential Question???

How has conflict and cooperation shaped the history of the world?

Lesson:

Use a bubble map to chart Akkadian achievements in the areas of political, cultural, economics, and technology.

https://www.teacherweb.com/FL/PineViewSchoolfortheGifted/MrsJennaMolinaro/HA6EmpiresNotes.pdf

 

Wednesday, Dec 18th

***Project Deadline – Friday December 20th***

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Small Group Project Time

– collaborate with team mates to complete project

??? Essential Question???

How has conflict and cooperation shaped the history of the world?

Lesson: – Chapter 6

Why would the Akkadians (first empire) makes the first peace treaty with the Hittite Empire and share land?

Why didn’t the Akkadians conquer the Hittites like they did the Sumerians?

Hittites Facts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY2_IVhyz88&list=PLAgANw1tKPP3rU_DIwf_XEu3KYxaOx8md&index=29&safe=active

 Akkadian Weapons Picture

https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=&imgrefurl=http%3A%2F%2Fstudyingsocieties.wikispaces.com%2FEgyptian%2BWarfare&h=0&w=0&sz=1&tbnid=bp3JXVjb9jIIKM&tbnh=163&tbnw=308&zoom=1&docid=yNIaGxfPNMvwzM&hl=en&ei=YfOxUuWkGcf4yAGXw4CIBA&ved=0CAYQsCUoAg

 

Tuesday, December 17th

***Project Deadline – Friday December 20th***

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Small Group Project Check In (with Kincaid)

– discuss progress and due date

– Q & A time

– project assistance

??? Essential Question???

How has conflict and cooperation shaped the history of the world?

Lesson:

Chapter 6 – The Four Empires of Mesopotamia 

(Akkadian, Babylonian, Assyrian, and Neo-Babylonian)

Vocabulary – What are the characteristics of an empire?

Lesson: The Akkadian Empire 2300-2100 BCE

As we read through Chapter 6 make note using a bubble map of the political, cultural, economic, and technological advances made by each of the four empires.

https://www.teacherweb.com/FL/PineViewSchoolfortheGifted/MrsJennaMolinaro/SargonINnotes.pdf

Note: Do not use the years on the attached video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkzXfIRFoAc&list=PLAgANw1tKPP3rU_DIwf_XEu3KYxaOx8md&index=27&safe=active

 

Monday, December 16th

Intro Chapter 6 – The Four Empires of Mesopotamia 

(Akkadian, Babylonian, Assyrian, and Neo-Babylonian)

Bell Work / Brain Break:

Discuss with your table partners and make of list of why civilizations rise & fall.

??? Essential Question???

How have Ancient Civilization achievements shaped human history?

Lesson:

As we read through Chapter 6 make note using a bubble map of the political, cultural, economic, and technological advances made by each of the four empires.

https://www.teacherweb.com/FL/PineViewSchoolfortheGifted/MrsJennaMolinaro/HA6EmpiresNotes.pdf

 

 

Thursday, December 12th & Friday, December 13th 

Small Group Project Work

 

Wednesday, December 11th

??? Essential Question???

How do the characteristics of a civilization apply to ancient and modern day societies?

Lesson: Ancient Civilization Project Planning

– pick small groups (5 or less members)

– Specialization (division of labor)

– turn in all final group decisions

 

Tuesday, December 10th 

??? Essential Question???

How do the characteristics of a civilization apply to ancient and modern day societies?

Lesson: Ancient Civilization Project Introduction

– small group format

– graded as a group (with emphasis on individual work)

Project Directions

://docs.google.com/a/dearbornschools.org/document/d/1SsPiiDOOs6sOTK1JEhNcQCQ8PEHcgVOFynWLvA5YeTc

 

Monday, December 9th – Chapter 5

Bell Work / Brain Break:

Act it, Speak it, Draw it

Vocabulary Game similar to Charades + Pictionary  😉

??? Essential Question???

How do the characteristics of a civilization apply to ancient and modern day societies?

https://youtu.be/hpny3cvwWPE

Lesson:  

Cloze Note Taking  Activity 5.6 -5.9

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Chapter-5.doc

 

Friday, December 6th – Chapter 5

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Frayer Model – social structure

??? Essential Question???

How do the characteristics of a civilization apply to ancient and modern day societies?

Lesson:  

Cloze Note Taking  Activity 5.4 -5.6

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Chapter-5.doc

 

Thursday, December 5th – Chapter 4 Test

???Essential Question??? – CNN Student News

How has conflict and cooperation shaped human society?

 

Wednesday, Dec. 4th – Chap 5

Sub in AM, Dangers of Cyber Space Assembly in PM

??? Essential Question???

How do the characteristics of a civilization apply to ancient and modern day societies?

Lesson: Independent Work with Table Group  ‘

Cloze Note Taking Activity

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Chapter-5.doc

 

Fact Check for Chapter 4 Test

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iZI5yD-H6I&safe=active

https://www.quia.com/quiz/851653.html

 

Tuesday, Dec. 3rd – Chap 5

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Act It, Draw It, Speak it – vocabulary game

??? Essential Question???

How do the characteristics of a civilization apply to ancient and modern day societies?

Lesson:

Use charts and graphs to define the key terms in a civilization.

Use the chart below to put your notes, ideas, and comparisons to modern day life while learning.

https://mrcurzan.wikispaces.com/file/view/Early+Civ.+Graphic+Organizer.pdf

 

Monday, Dec 2nd – Chap. 4

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Frayer Model vocabulary exercise – silt

Lesson:

Re-distributed test (card marking 2).  Read and discussed each question for objectives review and corrective feedback.  Updated grade book for the end of the marking period.

 

Tuesday, Nov. 26th – Chap. 4

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Use sentence stems (reading response Journal bookmark) to address knowledge about the Sumer Civilization.

https://www.wright.edu/~carole.endres/genericquestions.htm

???Essential Questions???

How does technology affect human life?

Lesson:

Finish paragraph frames (cloze notetaking) for Chapter 4 comprehension/discussion

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Chapter-4.doc

 

Monday, Nov 25th – Chap 4

Bell Work/Brain Break: 

Re-introduce Frayer Model for vocabulary words.

https://www.pc.maricopa.edu/ctlt/titleV/Math/General/RDGandMATH/RDGandMATH-FINAL4.html

???Essential Questions???

Discuss how understanding the past affects the present.

https://www.mitchellteachers.org/PDFs/ASFMSSocialStudiesThematicEssentialQuestions.pdf

Lesson:

Finish paragraph frames (cloze notetaking) for Chapter 4 comprehension/discussion

https://teacherweb.com/CA/BellaVistaMiddleSchool/McDonald/Chapter-4.doc

 

Friday, Nov. 22nd – Chap. 4

Bell Work/Brain Break:

Act It, Draw It, Speak it – vocabulary game

???Essential Question???

How do artifacts help us learn about ancient civilizations?

Lesson:

Historical Artifact Investigation Game

– small group activity

– discovery assignment to decipher ancient artifacts and how they were used

– share out with class

Video:

Ancient Mesopotamia Rap

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84y2q4giihY&feature=share&list=PLAgANw1tKPP3rU_DIwf_XEu3KYxaOx8md

 

Thursday, Nov. 21st – Chap 4

Bell work/Brain Break:

Act It, Draw It, Speak it – vocabulary game

???Essential Question???

How did  technology affect the Sumerian community?

Lesson:

Watch Video – Mesopotamia

Take Notes

https://youtu.be/MKs5Wvv1-14

 

Wednesday, Nov. 20th

Calendar System – QUIZ

Handout:

Unit 1  Vocabulary Words/Definitions

https://www.glenselby.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/selbyunit1vocabularylist.pdf

Helpful Links:

After you have studied the vocabulary list, try to complete this crossword puzzle.

https://www.glenselby.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/unit1cwpuzzle.pdf

 

Tuesday, Nov. 19th – Chap 4

??? Essential Question???

How did geographic challenges affect city-states in Mesopotamia?

Lesson: 

Work with partner to describe how Mesopotamians modified their physical environment to solve geographical problems.

Video: Discusses irrigation systems between 2:00-4:00 minutes!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opGAcu6kxQo&feature=share&list=PLAgANw1tKPP3rU_DIwf_XEu3KYxaOx8md

Handouts:

https://www.glenselby.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/04risesumeriancitystates.pdf

 

Monday, Nov. 18th

Intro Chapter 4 – Rise of the Sumerian City-States

???Essential Question???

What is a city state?

– a state that has its own government and consists of a city and the area around it

Are city-states safe?  Should cities work independently or together?

Lesson:

Used slide show to preview and discuss problems Sumerians had in Mesopotamia. (multiple choice w/ activities)

Helpful Links: 

Study Guide

https://www.glenselby.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/hawch4studyguide.pdf

Handouts:

– Applying Social Studies Skills

Map of Mesopotamia and questions

 

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