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  1. American history bell-ringers Miss austin

  2. Week 1 • August 19, 2013 • What is the morning procedure? • August 20, 2013 • What is the web address for Miss Austin’s website? • August 21, 2013 • List one of the classroom expectations on our list for teacher led instruction. • August 22, 2013 • What goes on the left side of the Interactive Student Notebook? • August 23, 2013 • What are the four things you should highlight everyday in your ISN? • Processor • Advice Column

  3. Week 2 • Monday, August 26, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to operate a MacBook • Warm-up: Where can you find everything on a MacBook? • Processor: Venn-Diagram (PC vs. Mac) • Tuesday, August 27,2013 • LEFT SIDE NOTES GO ON PAGE 10 • Objective: I will be able to describe how agriculture changed the lives of early people. • Warm-up: What did you find most helpful out of the two tutorial videos? (Remember: To write the answer and the question, your answer should be two or three complete sentences) • Processor: The First Americans Cover Page (Pg.9) • Skim the chapter • Pick the 4 most important things you find • Draw each with a picture and a caption • Color it • Make the title big

  4. Week 2 • Wednesday, August 28, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to categorize the uses of artifacts found in the first civilizations. • Warm-up: How did agriculture change the lives of early people? • Processor: News Story Day 1 • Thursday, August 29, 2013 • Objective: I will be to summarize the importance of identifying and dating early American artifacts. • Warm-up: What would be some key words to include in the search for information for your news story? • Processor: News Story Day 2

  5. Week 2 • Friday, August 30, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to identify the importance of early human artifacts. • Warm-up: What did you find most interesting about the civilization that you researched? • Processor: List 4 new things you have learned so far this school year.

  6. Week 3 • Tuesday, September 3, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to relate how the early civilizations of Mexico and Central America developed socially, politically, and economically. • Warm up: Why is Labor Day a nationally observed holiday? • Processor: Graphic Organizer • Wednesday, September 4, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to compare and contrast between the Mayan, Aztec, and Incan civilizations. • Warm up: Where did each of the four civilizations (Olmec, Maya, Aztec, and Inca) live? • Processor: Acrostic • Must have a complete sentence for each letter • Your acrostic word is “empires”

  7. Week 3 • Thursday, September 5, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to interpret primary sources from the Mayan and Aztec civilizations. • Warm up: Explain how the Aztec civilization was similar to the Mayan civilization and different from the Incan civilization. • Processor: Study for the quiz tomorrow • Hints for studying • Look at the objectives since we started Chapter 1 and be able to meet them • Look at the warm ups and make sure you have the right answers • Look at your right side notes and make sure they are completed • The quiz will be over Section 1 & 2, and will be all multiple choice, fill in the blank, and short answer

  8. Week 3 • Friday, September 6, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to exhibit the knowledge I have gained about the first Americans. • Warm-up: What did the Aztecs exchange as money? • Processor: Work on red stamps and Chapter 1 study guide

  9. Week 4 • Monday, September 9, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to analyze my mistakes on the quiz, and correct them with my self-directed notes. • Warm-up: What does differentiate mean? • Processor: Correct quiz • Corrections go on a separate piece of paper • You can only use your notebook to correct answers, NO TEXTBOOKS • If you don’t have any corrections to make, work on red stamps and the Chapter 1 study guide • If you have nothing else to work on, see Miss Austin

  10. Week 4 • Tuesday, September 10, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to discuss how the way of life of the Native Americans of North America related to their environment. • Warm-up: What do you associate with Native Americans? • Processor: Six pictures, six captions • Draw a picture of each shelter of the six Native American regions. • The North, the West, the Southwest, the Plains, the East, and the Southeast • Your captions should describe why each Native American region selected that particular shelter for the environment it lived in.

  11. Week 4 • Wednesday, September 11, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to use a timeline to understand the events of 9/11. • Warm-up: What is a memorial museum? • Processor: Annotated timeline • As we watch the 9/11 interactive timeline, choose 6 events/objects/narratives/videos that had an impact on you. • In each box, write down the title of the event and the time at which it happened. You should write them in the order in which they occurred. • Give a brief description of the event and how it made you feel. • Did it make you change the view you had on 9/11 or did it reinforce the view you already have and why?

  12. Week 4 • Thursday, September 12, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to explain why memory and history can provide value and meaning to objects. • Warm-up: What image had the largest impact on you and why? • Processor: Personal Letter (Date, To, informal but factual information, From) • Write why you think it is important to have a 9/11 Memorial Museum to Mayor Bloomberg. What purpose does it serve? • Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
City Hall
New York, NY 10007 • Two paragraph minimum

  13. Week 4 • Friday, September 13, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to recall facts about the earliest/Native Americans. • Warm-up: In what region did the Inuit live and what type of shelter did they live in? • Processor: Work on Chapter 1 Study Guide, letter to the mayor, or any other red stamps. • Make sure your warm ups include the question and a complete sentence answer! • Highlight all the headings, number all of the pages, and put the date on the left side notes!

  14. Week 5 • Monday, September 16, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to summarize the important events of Chapter 1: The First Americans • Warm-up: What does “Eskimo” mean in Algonquin? • Processor: 10 test questions • 5 questions must be multiple choice • 3 questions about Section 1 • 3 questions about Section 2 • 3 questions about Section 3 • The last question can be your choice from anything in Chapter 1 • Create an answer key for your test questions • Do not glue them in to your left side notes because you will turn them into me

  15. Week 5 • Tuesday, September 17, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to understand patterns of change in historical related events • Warm-up: Which tribe created a constitution? • Processor: 10 questions from Constitution Day worksheets • Wednesday, September 18, 2013 • Objective: I will able to create a response to a test prompt • Warm-up: How are members of the Judicial Branch chosen? • Processor: Study for test

  16. Week 5 • Thursday, September 19, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to use the knowledge I have gained from Chapter 1 and successfully complete the test. • Warm-up: Look at 6 pics, 6 captions and the Graphic Organizer assignment along with the comparison chart • Processor: Work on red stamps and Chapter 1 study guide if it is not completed.

  17. Week 6 • Monday, September 23, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to review and correct my answers on the test. • Warm-up: What did you do on your 3-day weekend? • Processor: Test Corrections • Test corrections go on a separate sheet of paper or I will not count them • Corrections will eventually get glued in to the right side of your notebook • On your right side notes today, you write down the location of where to find the answers of questions you missed.

  18. Week 6 • Tuesday, September 24, 2013 • LEFT SIDE NOTES GO ON PAGE 46 OF NOTEBOOK • Objective: I will be able to describe the events and technological advances that supported European exploration. • Warm-up: What are some steps you can take to better prepare yourself for the next test? • Processor: Chapter 2 Cover Page (pg.45) • Skim the chapter • Pick the 4 most important things you find • Draw each with a picture and a caption (complete sentence) • Color it • Make the title big

  19. Week 6 • Wednesday, September 25, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to describe the events and technological advances that supported European exploration. • Warm-up: What did you find most interesting while skimming Chapter 2? • Processor: Illustrated Dictionary Entry (include definition, illustration, synonym, antonym) • Define trade

  20. Week 6 • Thursday, September 26, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to create an outline using the Get the Jist reading strategy. • Warm up: What are the rules for creating a Get the Jist sentence? • Processor: Finish outline for Section 1 • If you do not have access to the internet or if you do not have a flash drive with you, write the outline on your right side notes. • If you have internet access at home, let Miss Austin (or Mr. Fischer) check your left side notes before you grab your notebook. • When you complete your outline, either print it out or share it with me on Google Docs so that I can print it out for you.

  21. Week 6 • Friday, September 27, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to determine the cause and effect of an historical event. • Warm-up: How can technology aid explorers? • Processor: Flow Chart (one event leads to another, leads to another, etc.)

  22. Week 7 • Monday, September 30, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to explain why Spain and Portugal wanted to find a sea route to Asia. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Graphic Organizer • Explain why Spain and Portugal wanted to find a sea route to Asia. Portugal Spain 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3.

  23. Week 7 • Tuesday, October 1, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to identify routes taken by the early European explorers using modern landmarks. • Warm-up: Why did the Portuguese not want to travel overland to Asia? • Processor: Create the Key for your map (aka Color Code it) • Ex. Columbus = red • Dias = green • Wednesday, October 2, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to identify routes taken by the early European explorers using modern landmarks. • Warm-up: What elements must be included on your final map? • Processor: Finish Draft Map

  24. Week 7 • Thursday, October 3, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to identify routes taken by the early European explorers using modern landmarks. • Warm-up: Label the continents on the packet you just picked up from the table. Realize that you will have to draw Antarctica on your final map. • Processor: Finish your final map • Friday, October 4, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to label and use modern reference points as well as a key on a map that I construct. • Warm-up: Finish your final map. • Processor: Work on the Chapter 2 study guide • It is NOT due on Monday

  25. Week 8 • Monday, October 7, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to summarize what I have learned throughout the first quarter. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: First Quarter Final Study Guide • Tuesday, October 8, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to summarize what I have learned throughout the first quarter. • Warm-up: What did you enjoy most about the first quarter? • Processor: Study for the Test

  26. Week 8 • Wednesday, October 9, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to successfully exhibit my knowledge on the Quarter Final. • Warm-Up: Study for the test • Processor: Work on red stamps and Chapter 2 Study Guide Packet • Thursday, October 10, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to understand the ways in which Spain’s conquests affected the economic and social development of the Americas. • Warm-Up: How did Spain and Portugal divide up the entire unexplored world? • Processor: Headline (short, but inclusive phrase to convey meaning) • Your headline needs to be about how Spain affected either the economic or social development of the Americas.

  27. Week 8 • Friday, October 11, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to understand the ways in which Spain’s conquests affected the economic and social development of the Americas • Warm-up: How might the conquest of a country influence its culture and economy? • Processor: Chapter 2, Section 3 Review Questions, #1-5, & 7 (Pg. 47)

  28. Week 9 • Monday, October 14, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to review and analyze my test answers. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Read Chapter 2, Section 4 • Tuesday, October 15, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to discuss why European nations established colonies in North America. • Warm-up: What are the advantages for a country to have colonies? • Processor: Chapter 2 Study Guide Packet – DUE ON THURSDAY!!!!!!!!!! YES THAT MEANS TWO DAYS FROM NOW!!!!!!

  29. Week 9 • Thursday, October 17, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to “piece together” the main ideas of Chapter 2, Section 4. • Warm-up: Finish puzzle… ask for template if you need one! • Processor: Study guide for written prompts. • Friday, October 18, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to summarize Chapter 2. • Warm-up: Work on Study Guides if they are not finished. • Processor: Study for the test

  30. Week 10 • Monday, October 21, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to successfully exhibit my knowledge on the Chapter 2 Test. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Work on Chapter 3 Study Guide packet. • Tuesday, October 22, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to analyze my mistakes on the Chapter 2 Test. • Warm-up: What does clarify mean? • Processor: Test Corrections • They need to go on a separate piece of paper and you will turn them in stapled to the back of your original test.

  31. Week 10 • Wednesday, October 23, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to familiarize myself with the Chapter 3 vocabulary. • Warm-up: Why would a country want to establish a colony in another region? • Processor: Chapter 3 Cover Page

  32. Week 11 • Monday, October 28, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to distinguish between synonyms and antonyms for the Chapter 3 vocabulary. • Warm-up: What did you do during your 4-day weekend? • Processor: Acrostic – use a vocabulary word for each sentence. Can NOT use my example!!!!!! • Colonists who originally settled in Pennsylvania were examples of pacifists, people who refuse to use force or fight in wars. • O • L • O • N • I • A • L

  33. Week 11 • Tuesday, October 29, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to explain why the English settled in North America. • Warm up: Why do you think people in England invested in the founding of colonies in America? • Processor: Finish Outline for Chapter 3, Section 1 • Wednesday, October 30, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to describe the importance of the House of Burgesses. • Warm-up: The Virginia Company is an example of which Chapter 3 vocabulary word? • Processor: Quiz 3-1 from the Chapter 3 Study Guide Packet

  34. Week 11 • Thursday, October 31, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to understand why the Separatists and Puritans left England and settled in North America. • Warm-up: What was the upper level of the House of Burgesses called and what part of our government is it similar to? • Processor: House of Burgesses Paragraphs (Meaning 2) • Why was the House of Burgesses and its processes significant in America’s colonization? Address this question from both the colonists’ and the Native American’s point of views. • 1 paragraph from the colonists’ point of view • 1 paragraph from the Native American’s point of view.

  35. Week 11 • Friday, November 1, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to understand why the Separatists and Puritans left England and settled in North America. • Warm-up: Are you coming to the Blackcat Blackout Dance?????? • Processor: List of things you need to work on in your notebook. • Don’t do this until I check your notebook.

  36. Week 12 • Monday, November 4, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to understand why the Separatists and Puritans left England and settled in North America. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Chapter 3, Section 2 Fill-in-the-blank notes • Tuesday, November 5, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to analyze the content of the Mayflower Compact. • Warm-up: Why did the Separatists draw up the Mayflower Compact before they even set foot on the shore of Plymouth? • Processor: Mayflower Compact Summary Paragraph

  37. Week 12 • Wednesday, November 6, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to describe how the Middle Colonies developed. • Warm-up: What was the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut? • Processor: Graphic Organizer from Chapter 3, Section 3 Note-Taking Packet • Thursday, November 7, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to analyze the content of the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. • Warm-up: What makes people leave their homeland to live in another country? • Processor: Venn-Diagram (Mayflower Compact vs. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut)

  38. Week 13 • Tuesday, November 12, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to identify the influence that both the Mayflower Compact and the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut had on democracy in the present-day United States. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Quiz 3-2 from the Chapter 3 Study Guide Packet • Wednesday, November 13, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to describe how the Middle Colonies developed. • Warm-up: Name the two groups of dissenters of the Anglican Church. What did each believe? • Processor: Comic Strip (minimum 4-panels, pictures, speech bubbles) • One panel for each colony (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware) • The panels should illustrate how each colony developed.

  39. Week 13 • Thursday, November 14, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to explain how and why the Southern Colonies grew. • Warm-up: How did the colony of New York develop? • Processor: Chapter 3, Section 4 Review Questions on Pg. 82 • #2-6, & 8 ALSO COMPLETE QUIZ 3-3!!!!!!!!!!!!!! • Friday, November 15, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to explain how and why the Southern Colonies grew. • Warm-up: The Mason-Dixon Line drew up the boundary between which two colonies? • Processor: Quiz 3-4 & Outline for Chapter 3, Section 4 (5th HOUR ONLY)

  40. Week 14 • Monday, November 18, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to prepare for the Chapter 3 Test. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Complete the Chapter 3 Study Guide Packet and the Chapter 3 Study Guide for Written Prompts • Tuesday, November 19, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to review for the Chapter 3 test. • Warm-up: What group of dissenters wrote the Mayflower Compact? And what do they believe? • Processor: STUDY!!! TEST IS TOMORROW!!!

  41. Week 14 • Thursday, November 21, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to successfully exhibit my knowledge on the Chapter 3 test. • Warm-up: Study!!! Turn in Chapter 3 Study Guide Packet • Processor: Work on red stamps, missing assignments, or Chapter 4 Study Guide Packet • Friday, November 22, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to introduce myself to Chapter 4 and become familiar with the vocabulary. • Warm-up: Today is the 50th anniversary of what American tragedy? Hint: “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” • Processor: Finish KWL chart for vocabulary.

  42. Week 15 • Monday, November 25, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to correct my mistakes on the Chapter 3 test and effectively present Chapter 4 vocabulary to the class. • Warm-up: What are you thankful for? • Processor: Test Corrections • Tuesday, November 26, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to present the Chapter 4 vocabulary to the class. • Warm-up: In what year did we have the first Thanksgiving in the Americas? • Processor: Chapter 4 Cover Page

  43. Week 16 • Monday, December 2, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to present Chapter 4 vocabulary to my classmates. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Read Chapter 4, Section 1 • Tuesday, December 3, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to explain how geography affected the economic development of the three colonial regions. • Warm-up: What effects might geography have on a region’s economy? • Processor: Quiz 4-1

  44. Week 16 • Wednesday, December 4, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to explain how geography affected the economic development of the three colonial regions. • Warm-up: Pg. 89 in textbook… answer the critical thinking question that goes with the Primary Source. • Processor: Complete Geography and History worksheet • Thursday, December 5, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to describe ways in which an American culture was developing during the colonial period. • Warm-up: What areas of life might reflect developing “American” culture? • Processor: Brochure (tri-fold or single fold, include pictures, slogans, descriptions) • One side of brochure dedicated to English Colonial Rule • One side of brochure dedicated to Colonial Government • One side of brochure dedicated to An Emerging Culture

  45. Week 17 • Monday, December 9, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to understand why conflict arose in North America between France and Great Britain. • Warm-up: What did you do over the weekend? • Processor: Quiz 4-2 & Chapter 4, Section 3 Outline • Tuesday, December 10, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to summarize my knowledge on the Second Quarter Final Study Guide. • Warm-up: Answer the question of pg. 105 of your textbook under Primary Source – Fort Necessity • Processor: Second Quarter Final Study Guide

  46. Week 17 • Thursday, December 12, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to review for the Second Quarter Final. • Warm-up: Make sure your study guide is finished, if not work on it. • Processor: Study for the Final! • Friday, December 13, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to successfully exhibit my knowledge on the Second Quarter Final. • Warm-up: Study for the test. • Processor: Work on missing assignments and red stamps.

  47. Week 18 • Monday, December 16, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to correct my mistakes on the Quarter Final Exam. • Warm-up: What did you do this weekend? • Processor: Test Corrections • Tuesday, December 17, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to write an argumentative essay with historical content using a template. • Warm-up: How did each region in the colonies view slavery? • Processor: Highlight information that you will use in the argumentative essay about slavery.

  48. Week 18 • Wednesday, December 18, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to write an argumentative essay with historical content using a template. • Warm-up: Read the article “Slavery As Capitalism: The Shape of American Slavery” and highlight at least 5 important details you might use in your argumentative paragraph. • Processor: Argumentative Paragraph over the “Slavery as Capitalism” article. • Thursday, December 19, 2013 • Objective: I will be able to turn in my missing assignments! • Warm-up: Get to it! • Processor: Work on your missing assignments!!!

  49. Week 19 • Friday, January 10, 2014 • Objective: I will be able to understand why conflict arose in North America between France and Great Britain. • Warm-up: Why did France and Britain have conflict in North America? • Processor: Answer this question in a complete sentence and complete Quiz 4-3. • Why would it not be beneficial for the colonies to have separate governments during the French and Indian War?

  50. Week 20 • Monday, January 13, 2014 • Objective: I will be able to discuss how the outcome of the French and Indian War determined control of North America. • Warm-up: What was the best thing you did over break? • Processor: Finish Section 4 review questions on pg. 112 • *#6 is being replaced with Reading Strategy: Graphic Organizer on pg. 108 • ALSO COMPLETE QUIZ 4-4