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In Uncategorized on September 21, 2018 at 12:02 pm

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Identify balance of trade and the consequences of its importance in colonies.
  • Discuss the issues that would result as tensions between Britain and colonies increased.

Bell Ringer:

Access Boston Massacre Pre-tests

Activities:

  1. Take Boston Massacre OPVL Pre-test
  2. Review Unit 2 Playlist and review formatives due (P. 1 Monday)/Tonight!
    • To score a 2: #1 Why Slavery Web Discussion, #2 Ch 3 VOC and #3 Ch 3 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3: GR Stono Rebellion
    • To score a 4:What’s Up Doc?  History as Dividing Line

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Explain the specific events and factors that led to the beginning of armed resistance by the Americans.
  • Discuss the principles and ideals that influenced the thinking of the colonists.
  • Analyze the connection between the start of armed resistance and the decision to declare independence in July of 1776.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Presentations

Activities:

  1. Present Docs
  2. Discuss Slavery and Independence Tory vs. Patriots
  3. Summative Reading Quiz
  4. Read Ch 4 Ind Movements by Friday

US History p. 6/7

Objectives:

  • Identify balance of trade and the consequences of its importance in colonies.
  • Discuss the issues that would result as tensions between Britain and colonies increased.

Bell Ringer:

Open What’s Up Doc?  History as Dividing Line

Activities:

  1. Discuss OPVL
  2. Review Unit 2 Playlist and review formatives due Tonight!
    • To score a 2: #1 Why Slavery Web Discussion, #2 Ch 3 VOC and #3 Ch 3 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3: GR Stono Rebellion
    • To score a 4:What’s Up Doc?  History as Dividing Line

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 20, 2018 at 12:00 pm

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Explain the specific events and factors that led to the beginning of armed resistance by the Americans.
  • Discuss the principles and ideals that influenced the thinking of the colonists.
  • Analyze the connection between the start of armed resistance and the decision to declare independence in July of 1776.

Bell Ringer:

Review Committees of Corresp Questions/Answers

Activities:

  1. Discuss Questions
  2. Move into groups:
    • Slave Petition
    • Fixed Plan
    • Declaration and Resolves
    • Patrick Henry
    • Lexington and Concord
    • Taking Up Arm’s
    • Dunmore’s Proclamation
  3. Answer Questions/Present info

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify balance of trade and the consequences of its importance in colonies.
  • Discuss the issues that would result as tensions between Britain and colonies increased.

Bell Ringer:

Access Boston Massacre Pre-tests

Activities:

  1. Take Boston Massacre OPVL Pre-test
  2. Review Unit 2 Playlist and review formatives due tom!
    • To score a 2: #1 Why Slavery Web Discussion, #2 Ch 3 VOC and #3 Ch 3 VOC Quiz
    • To score a 3: GR Stono Rebellion
    • To score a 4:What’s Up Doc?  History as Dividing Line

Agenda

In Uncategorized on September 19, 2018 at 11:29 am

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Identify the original settlements in America.
  • Discuss the social implications of differences between settlements and eventual colonies.
  • Analyze the cause and effect relationships of economic and social differences between the colonies.
  • Develop and write questions that relate to their own desires for knowledge in history.
  • Create a detailed plan to find answers to the questions.
  • Choose artifacts and methods to show others the answers they found to their own questions.

Bell Ringer:

Sit in seating chart on front screen

Activities:

  1. Intro Multiple Intelligence Survey
  2. Complete Surveys/Finish Summatives Small Groups
  3. Discuss Question Matrix Assign/Choose and watch Frontline Videos

Advisory

  1.  IB Learner Lesson
  2. Administrative
  3. Intro Game

IB History of the Americas p. 4

Objectives:

  • Explain the specific events and factors that led to the beginning of armed resistance by the Americans.
  • Discuss the principles and ideals that influenced the thinking of the colonists.
  • Analyze the connection between the start of armed resistance and the decision to declare independence in July of 1776.

Bell Ringer:

Complete What’s Up Doc?  Boston Tea Party

Activities:

  1. Read Doc/Answer questions
  2. Read Proceedings of Committees of Correspondence
  3. Highlight Sections of significance
  4. Complete What’s Up Doc?/Read Ch 1 of Ind Movements text by Friday

IB History of the Americas p. 5

Objectives:

  • Explain the specific events and factors that led to the beginning of armed resistance by the Americans.
  • Discuss the principles and ideals that influenced the thinking of the colonists.
  • Analyze the connection between the start of armed resistance and the decision to declare independence in July of 1776.

Bell Ringer:

Review Committees of Corresp Questions/Answers

Activities:

  1. Discuss Questions
  2. Move into groups:
    • Slave Petition
    • Fixed Plan
    • Declaration and Resolves
    • Patrick Henry
    • Lexington and Concord
    • Taking Up Arm’s
    • Dunmore’s Proclamation
  3. Answer Questions/Present info

US History p. 7

Objectives:

  • Identify the original settlements in America.
  • Discuss the social implications of differences between settlements and eventual colonies.
  • Analyze the cause and effect relationships of economic and social differences between the colonies.

Bell Ringer:

Review Summative Options

Activities:

  1. Summative Options:
    • To score a 2:  Summative Objective
    • To score a 3:  Build Your Own Colony Essay
    • To score a 4:  Build Your Own Colony Hyperdoc
  2. Sit in groups
  3. Summatives should be completed by end of class
  4. Turn in Playlists with completed reflections