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Week 7

In Monday on October 15, 2007 at 10:50 am

US History P. 2

Objective: Identify and analyze the major events leading up to and through the Revolutionary War.

1) Bell Ringer: Name three reasons you think the British would have a difficult time beating the Americans.

2) Guided Viewing: Liberty Pt. IV

US History P. 7 and 9

Objective: Analyze the effect of the Declaration of Independence on the Revolutionary War.

1) Bell Ringer: List the Advantages and Disadvantages of Declaring Independence from Britain on the T-Chart.

2) Watch Pt. II of Liberty movie and answer Guided Viewing Questions

3) Copy Declaration Parts Notes into Notebook and discuss as a whole group

IB History of the Americas P. 3 and 6

Objective:

Understand the difference between and American liberal and conservative.

Analyze the impact on federalism vs. states rights.

1) Bell Ringer: Pick up Liberal vs. Conservative Survey and tell students to answer the questions

2) Go through survey as a whole group and show liberal vs conserv survey trans answers.

3) Show Political Spectrum today vs. start of the 2 party system

4)  Answer survey question in notes:

According to this survey are you Liberal or Conservative?  What does it mean to be one or the other?  Do you agree with this survey?  Describe what it means to be either Liberal or Conservative domestically or in foreign affairs as an American?

Week 6

In Friday on October 12, 2007 at 10:38 am

US History P. 2

Objective:

1)    Bell Ringer:  Copy From the Diary of Albigence Wald entry and answer question.

2)  Guided Viewing:  Liberty Pt. III

Objective: Identify and analyze the major events leading up to and through the Revolutionary War.

US History P. 7 and 9

Objective:  Identify patriots and loyalists of the Revolutionary War in the US.

1) Bell Ringer: Answer question on front board in notes: What is Rebellion? write 2-3 sentences.

2) In groups of 8, students must complete Faces of Ind chart for assigned person. Each group will write their answers on the board and each person must complete in their notes.

IB History of the Americas

Objective:  Compare/Contrast the Brazilian Independence Movement and the Haitian Revolution using methods of historical inquiry.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Go over notes for Unit 2 Teat

2)  Take Unit 2 Test

Week 6

In Thursday on October 11, 2007 at 11:03 am

US History P. 2

Objective:  Analyze the effect of the Declaration of Independence on the Revolutionary War.

1)  Bell Ringer:  List the Advantages and Disadvantages of Declaring Independence from Britain on the T-Chart.

2)  Watch Pt. II of Liberty movie and answer Guided Viewing Questions

3)  Copy Declaration Parts Notes into Notebook and discuss as a whole group

P. 7 and 9

Objective:  Identify and analyze events that led to the American Revolution.

1)  Bell Ringer: Take out and read the Boston Tea Party Reading.

2)  Read about Boston Tea Party as a whole group.

3)  Distribute the Tea Act Protest Guidelines and Rubric,
have students complete Tea Act Protest Slogans/Signs.

IB History of the Americas

Objective:  Identify and analyze the role of leadership of Toussaint Louverture.

1) Bell Ringer: Log on to Internet and begin working on project.

2) Discuss and complete the Toussaint Louverture Web-History due Friday.

Week 6

In Wednesday on October 10, 2007 at 11:21 am

US History P. 2, 7 and 9

Objective: Identify and analyze the major events leading up to and through the Revolutionary War.

P. 2

1) Bell Ringer: Answer question on front board in notes: What is Rebellion? write 2-3 sentences.

2) In groups of 8, students must complete Faces of Ind chart for assigned person. Each group will write their answers on the board and each person must complete in their notes.

P. 7 and 9

1) Bell Ringer: Sign Out Lap Tops

2) Complete Revolutionary War Timeline Webquest. Due Tom.

IB History of the Americas

1) Bell Ringer: Answer What’s Up Doc? TJ and Haitian Rev.

2) Discuss and complete the Touissant Louverture Web-History due Friday.

Week 6

In Tuesday on October 9, 2007 at 11:23 am

I hope everyone enjoyed their Columbus Day!

US History P. 2, 7 and 9

Objective:  Identify and analyze events that led to the American Revolution.

Period 2 will be doing the following:

1)  Bell Ringer: Take out and read the Boston Tea Party Reading.

2)  Read about Boston Tea Party as a whole group.

3)  Distribute the Tea Act Protest Guidelines and Rubric,
have students complete Tea Act Protest Slogans/Signs.

P. 7 and 9 will do the following:

1)  Bell Ringer:  Sign Out a Laptop

2)  Work on 2-revolutionary-war-timeline-webquest.doc

IB History of the Americas

Objective:  Compare and contrast Haitian and the Brazilian Independence.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Fill in the T-Chart

2)  Go over T-Chart as a whole group/Make Outline!

3)  Students must complete Comp Contr Brazil v Haiti Essay Guidelines and Rubric and turn in at the start of class tomorrow.  They have the rest of the period to work on lap tops for research.

Week 5

In Friday on October 5, 2007 at 10:51 am

US History P. 2, 7 and 9

Objective:  Identify and analyze events that led to the American Revolution.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Write 5 things you notice about Paul Revere Engraving of Boston Massacre

2)  Discuss Boston Massacre Notes

3)  Compare/Contrast Actual Events and Etching Events

IB History of the Americas P. 3 and 6

Objective:  Identify and analyze Brazilian Ind and the Haitian Revolution.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Copy T-Chart

2)  Complete Brazilian Ind GR/ Start and Haitian Rev. GR

 3)  Distribute and discuss Comp Contr Brazil v Haiti Essay Guidelines and Rubric

Week 5

In Thursday on October 4, 2007 at 11:13 am

US History P. 2, 7 and 9

Objective:  Identify and analyze events that led to the American Revolution.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Pick up and Complete Guided Reading The Road to Independence

2)  Go over GR

3)  Analyze Boston Massacre Etching

IB History of the Americas P. 3 and 6

Objective:  Identify and analyze Brazilian Ind and the Haitian Revolution.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Copy Haitian Revolution Notes

2)  Complete Brazilian Ind GR/ Start and work on Haitian Rev. Notes

Week 5

In Wednesday on October 3, 2007 at 11:24 am

US History P. 2, 7 and 9

Objective:  Identify and analyze events that led to the American Revolution.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Copy T.O.A.D. #3

2)  Discuss Terms as a class

3)  Complete Guided Reading The Road to Independence

IB History of the Americas P. 3 and 6

1)  Bell Ringer:  Copy Brazilian Independence Notes

2)  Complete Guided Reading Brazilian Independence

Week 5

In Tuesday on October 2, 2007 at 8:38 pm

US History P. 2, 7 and 9

Objective:  Identify the people, events and ideas that led to the American Revolution.

1)  Bell Ringer:  Read pages 66-68 in Text.

2)  Complete Guided Reading:  The Road to Independence

*  T-Chart

*  Main Idea Web

*  Summary

History of the Americas P. 3 and 6

1)  Bell Ringer:  Complete Liberals vs. Conservatives T-Chart

2)  Make Conservatives and Liberals Articles to a Constitution

3)  Complete Legitimacy Question

Week 5

In Monday on October 1, 2007 at 11:01 am

Progress reports come out this week, so we should all be doing our best!

US History P. 2, 7 and 9.

Objective:

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.

 1) Bell Ringer:  Complete word scramble sentence.

2)  Intro PP to Unit

3)  Work on Guided Reading: The Road to Independence.

IB History of the Americas P. 3 and 6

Objective:

Identify terms and ideas dealing with the heritage of Independence movements in Latin America such as liberals, conservatives, the Roman Catholic Church, Amerindians and militarism.

Analyze the impact of political issues in legitimacy and how it related to the social, economic and environmental issues of Latin American Independence.

 1)  Bell Ringer:  Take out sheet of paper and write Quiz # 4 at the top.

2)  Take quiz and when finished read Turning Point of Ind. Reading and answer question in notes.

3)  Create Heritage of Independence Web Chart in notes