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In Uncategorized on December 12, 2018 at 12:56 pm

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Identify 13th, 14th and 15th amendments and their effect on the social improvement of blacks in the South.
  • Compare and contrast the impact of Emancipation Proclamation to Amendments to the Constitution and specific acts to improve social well being of southern blacks.

Bell Ringer:

Go to Unit 1 Folder and in Collab Emancipation vs. Amend Discussion

Activities:

  1. Watch Lincoln Passing of 13th Amend
  2. Discuss Choice Assign Due 12/14:

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Grade Reports
  3. Watch Guardians vs. Galaxy

IB History of the Americas p. 4

Objectives:

  • Analyze the institution of slavery in the Americas.
  • Develop a conclusion evaluating the condition of the institution of slavery throughout the region.

Bell Ringer:

Read What was slavery? reading in Schoology 27-30

Activities:

  1. Complete Reading
  2. Philosophical Chairs
  3. Slave Community Discussion Due tonight

IB History of the Americas p. 5

Objectives:

  • Analyze the institution of slavery in the Americas.
  • Develop a conclusion evaluating the condition of the institution of slavery throughout the region.

Bell Ringer:

Tell students to access the Slavery in Latin America Discussion

Activities:

  1. Complete 1 Reading/Answer 1 Question
  2. Discuss Answers
  3. Intro Slavery Analysis Outline/Due Friday at start of class

US History p. 7

Objectives:

  • 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 PBL Groups/Design Folders with Group Name

Activities:

  1. Review PBL Management Docs
  2. Begin Step 2 Project Design
  3. Complete Step 3 Last 10 minutes of class
  4. Turn in completed Docs in Folder at end of class

Agenda

In Uncategorized on December 11, 2018 at 1:11 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • 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 PBL Groups/Design Folders with Group Name

Activities:

  1. Review PBL Management Docs
  2. Begin Step 2 Project Design
  3. Complete Step 3 Last 10 minutes of class
  4. Turn in completed Docs in Folder at end of class

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Analyze the institution of slavery in the Americas.
  • Develop a conclusion evaluating the condition of the institution of slavery throughout the region.

Bell Ringer:

Read What was slavery? reading in Schoology 27-30

Activities:

  1. Complete Reading
  2. Philosophical Chairs
  3. Slave Community Discussion Due tonight

Agenda

In Uncategorized on December 10, 2018 at 1:06 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • 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:

Access Question Matrix from last week

Activities:

  1. Review Question Matrix
  2. Access PBL Frontline Questions Padlet Link in Schoology
  3. Write your top Three Questions
  4. Review Top Questions
  5. Move into groups

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the conditions of free blacks in the American North during the early 19th century.
  • Analyze the condition “freedom” for African Americans in North America during the early to mid 19th century.

Bell Ringer:

Prep Frederick Douglass Presentations

Activities:

  1. Submit Presentations
  2. Present Ch’s of Frederick Douglass Autobiography
  3. Read Philosophical Chairs What Was Slavery? PDF in Schoology

Agenda

In Uncategorized on December 7, 2018 at 12:58 pm

US History 

Objectives:

  • Summarize key points of the Gettysburg Address and identify the final events of the Civil War.
  • Explain the impact and legacy of Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, “Stonewall” Jackson,  Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, George McClellan, Clara Barton and William Tecumseh Sherman
  • Identify the causes and effects of the Civil War on the US.
  • Analyze the causes and effects of the Civil War on American politics, economy and society.

Bell Ringer:

Take out Playlist!/Review Choice Assign

Activities:

  1. Go over Choice Assign due 12/7:

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the conditions of free blacks in the American North during the early 19th century.
  • Analyze the condition “freedom” for African Americans in North America during the early to mid 19th century.

Bell Ringer:

Finish Reading in American Promise p 75-80 and 126-32

Activities:

  1.  Review Frederick Douglass Presentation
  2. Assign Ch’s and Complete Pres for Monday!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on December 6, 2018 at 12:42 pm

IB History of the Americas 

Objectives:

  • Identify the conditions of free blacks in the American North during the early 19th century.
  • Analyze the condition “freedom” for African Americans in North America during the early to mid 19th century.

Bell Ringer:

Work on What’s Up Doc? Frederick Douglass

Activities:

  1. Work on What’s Up Doc? Doc Analysis
  2. American Promise Notes p. 54-80/p. 112-42

US History 

Objectives:

  • Summarize key points of the Gettysburg Address and identify the final events of the Civil War.
  • Explain the impact and legacy of Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, “Stonewall” Jackson,  Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, George McClellan, Clara Barton and William Tecumseh Sherman
  • Identify the causes and effects of the Civil War on the US.
  • Analyze the causes and effects of the Civil War on American politics, economy and society.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Unit 1 Playlists

Activities:

  1. Review Gettysburg Address Discussion  “is” vs. “are”
  2. Go over Choice Assign due 12/7:

Agenda

In Uncategorized on December 5, 2018 at 1:04 pm

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Summarize key points of the Gettysburg Address and identify the final events of the Civil War.
  • Explain the impact and legacy of Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, “Stonewall” Jackson,  Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, George McClellan, Clara Barton and William Tecumseh Sherman
  • Identify the causes and effects of the Civil War on the US.
  • Analyze the causes and effects of the Civil War on American politics, economy and society.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Unit 1 Playlists

Activities:

  1. Review Gettysburg Address Discussion  “is” vs. “are”
  2. Go over Choice Assign due 12/7:

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Phases of Decision Making PP
  3. Complete Worksheet as Group

IB History of the Americas p. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify the institution of slavery and its origins.
  • Analyze the institution of slavery in the Americas its origins, the condition of its members the adaptations and resistance to it over time.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare Peculiar Institution Reading Presentations

Activities:

  1. Give Presentations
  2. Watch Slavery Today/Video Complete Discussion
  3. Present Slavery and the South Notes
  4. Read “Life of a Slave Girl” and take Reading Quiz for HW

IB History of the Americas p. 5

Objectives:

  • Identify the conditions of free blacks in the American North during the early 19th century.
  • Analyze the condition “freedom” for African Americans in North America during the early to mid 19th century.

Bell Ringer:

Work on What’s Up Doc? Frederick Douglass

Activities:

  1. Work on What’s Up Doc? Doc Analysis
  2. American Promise Notes p. 54-80/p. 112-42

 

US History p. 7

Objectives:

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:

Go to Schoology Page/in PBL Folder go to Facticious Link

Activities:

Play Facticious/Write Down Score when done

Choose and Watch Frontline Episode

Complete Question Matrix for Next Class Period

Agenda

In Uncategorized on December 4, 2018 at 12:46 pm

US History

Objectives:

  • 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:

Go to Schoology Page/in PBL Folder go to Facticious Link

Activities:

  1. Play Facticious/Write Down Score when done
  2. Choose and Watch Frontline Episode
  3. Complete Question Matrix for Next Class Period

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the institution of slavery and its origins.
  • Analyze the institution of slavery in the Americas its origins, the condition of its members the adaptations and resistance to it over time.

Bell Ringer:

Prepare Peculiar Institution Reading Presentations

Activities:

  1. Give Presentations
  2. Watch Slavery Today/Video Complete Discussion
  3. Present Slavery and the South Notes
  4. Read “Life of a Slave Girl” and take Reading Quiz for HW

Agenda

In Uncategorized on December 3, 2018 at 12:59 pm

Advisory

  1. Pick up Schedule
  2. Discuss 2nd Tri Procedures

US History

Objectives:

  • 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:

Access Schoology Page

Activities:

  1.  Review Page and Expectations
  2. Take Multiple Intelligences Assessment
  3. Pick a Frontline Video to watch

IB History of the Americas

Objectives:

  • Identify the institution of slavery and its origins.
  • Analyze the institution of slavery in the Americas its origins, the condition of its members the adaptations and resistance to it over time.

Bell Ringer:

Write down three things you learned about slavery from video

Activities:

  1. Watch Ted Talk on Atlantic Slave Trade
  2. Discuss Ideas
  3. Peculiar Institution Reading/Presentations

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 29, 2018 at 12:56 pm

IB History of the Americas 

Objectives:

  • Identify the political, economic, social and religious causes of independence movements in the Americas from 1763-1830.
  • Compare the paths of independence and immediate effects in the region with reference to the intellectual and military contributions of their leaders.
  • Critically analyze and evaluate historical content with a detailed, accurate and relevant essay.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Paper and Rubric for Paper 3

Activities:

  1. Review Paper 3 Rubric
  2. Timed Writing 45 min

US History

Objectives:

  • Identify and explain the causes, events, and outcomes of the Civil War and Reconstruction.
  • Compare and contrast the regional economies, societies, the debate over slavery and how that created conditions that led to the Civil War.
  • Describe how the institution of slavery ends, while a new racial caste system of segregation is put in place.

Bell Ringer:

Complete all unit 5 formative work

Activities:

  1. Unit 5 Formative Must be completed to open Summative
  2. Complete US History Tracking Sheet
  3. All summatives due by 3pm!

Agenda

In Uncategorized on November 28, 2018 at 12:45 pm

US History p. 1

Objectives:

  • Identify and explain the causes, events, and outcomes of the Civil War and Reconstruction.
  • Compare and contrast the regional economies, societies, the debate over slavery and how that created conditions that led to the Civil War.
  • Describe how the institution of slavery ends, while a new racial caste system of segregation is put in place.

Bell Ringer:

Complete all unit 5 formative work

Activities:

  1. Unit 5 Formative Must be completed to open Summative
  2. Complete US History Tracking Sheet
  3. All summatives due 11/30 by 3pm!

Advisory

  1. Announcements
  2. Finish All Assignments on Schoology

IB History of the Americas p. 4

Objectives:

  • Identify the political, economic, social and religious causes of independence movements in the Americas from 1763-1830.
  • Compare the paths of independence and immediate effects in the region with reference to the intellectual and military contributions of their leaders.
  • Critically analyze and evaluate historical content with a detailed, accurate and relevant essay.

Bell Ringer:

Review Paper 3 Discussion

Activities:

  1. Review Students Assessments of Paper 3
  2. Review Finals Prep Questions
  3. Timed Writing Thurs 45 min on one of 6 questions
  4. Prepare outlines for each

IB History of the Americas p. 5

Objectives:

  • Identify the political, economic, social and religious causes of independence movements in the Americas from 1763-1830.
  • Compare the paths of independence and immediate effects in the region with reference to the intellectual and military contributions of their leaders.
  • Critically analyze and evaluate historical content with a detailed, accurate and relevant essay.

Bell Ringer:

Pick up Paper and Rubric for Paper 3

Activities:

  1. Review Paper 3 Rubric
  2. Timed Writing 45 min

US History p. 7

Objectives:

  • Identify and explain the causes, events, and outcomes of the Civil War and Reconstruction.
  • Compare and contrast the regional economies, societies, the debate over slavery and how that created conditions that led to the Civil War.
  • Describe how the institution of slavery ends, while a new racial caste system of segregation is put in place.

Bell Ringer:

Complete all unit 5 formative work

Activities:

  1. Unit 5 Formative Must be completed to open Summative
  2. Complete US History Tracking Sheet
  3. All summatives due 11/30 by 3pm!