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Native American Culture. Unit 2 Farley. Come in and sit down quietly Write down your homework: All- Quizlet test by Friday if not completed in class. All- Enrichment reading “Our Land and it’s Resources” – girls should have completed this last Friday. Boys complete this reading by Friday.

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    1. Native American Culture Unit 2 Farley

    2. Come in and sit down quietly • Write down your homework: • All- Quizlet test by Friday if not completed in class. • All- Enrichment reading “Our Land and it’s Resources” – girls should have completed this last Friday. Boys complete this reading by Friday. • All- Page 15 of your notebook: Unit 2- Vocabulary Tricks. Choose one- Make a word search, or crossword puzzle using the definitions as clues for the word a peer should find. • All Missing Work!!!! Tomorrow Progress Reports go home. • I will pass out your notebooks while you are writing down your homework. Monday, 9/15/14

    3. Quizlet.com- Study and hopefully quiz yourself on the new vocabulary “Native American Cultures.” The vocabulary list you were given on Friday will go on page R16. • Graph your pre and post test scores for your Geography Unit. -Remember a Double bar graph should include a title, labels for the x and y axis, and a key. I have an example at the back table. • Unit 2- Vocabulary Tricks: Complete one of the following on page 15 of your notebook: -Make a Word Search using the definitions as clues. -Make a Cross Word Puzzle using the definitions as clues. Today’s Agenda( All Independent Work)

    4. Warm-up: Answer on page R18 of your notebook. What do you already know about Native American Cultures? What do you wish to know? • Write down your homework on Page L17: • Based on our description of what makes a civilization, would you consider the US to be a civilization or a culture? What about the Incas, or Aztecs, or Mayans? If a culture is not a civilization yet, how can it become one? Your answer should be at least 4 sentences in length. • Three Civilizations of Americas Reading Guide, goes on page 17 Tuesday, 9/16/14

    5. Set up your notes in Cornell Style. • I would split your page like this: Page 18- Early Natives in the Americas

    6. What makes a civilization? • This goes onto page R18 when we are finished. Culture vs. Civilization

    7. Come in, and quietly sit down. • Get out your homework. • We will be doing a trade and grade. • Make sure your name is on your work. • Write down your homework: • Boys- “Our Lands and It’s Resources” enrichment reading on Edmodo.com • All- Summary of Cornell Notes. The Summary should answer the essential questions. Wednesday, 9/17/14

    8. Get out your progress report or log-on to PowerSchools to see what you’re missing. • You should have the missing pages already. • I will be checking on your progress, unless you are translating, there is no talking. Please do not crowd/rush me. • All work goes in the orange bin. • Thank you! Working Lunch!

    9. Your notebook should already be set up in Cornell Style. By raising your hands, what does a culture need to be considered a civilization? *Remember there are 6 prongs. Turn to Page 18 of your notebook. It should be titled: Early Natives in the Americas

    10. Where were the 1st people migrating from? They migrated from Asia to North, Central, & South America during the last Ice Age B. Centuries – people spread out across the Americas as far east as the Atlantic Ocean & as far south as the tip of S. America How long did this take? C. They crossed a land bridge, Beringia, from Siberia to present day Alaska. This bridge is now under the Bering Strait. What route did they take? I. Early Peoples http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Beringia_land_bridge-noaagov.gif

    11. What is a nomad? D. A person who moves from place to place in search of food What types of hunters were Native Americans? They were skilled hunters that used every part of the animal for food, clothing, weapons, & tools I. Early Peoples

    12. What happened when large animals disappeared? Native Americans hunted smaller game after the mammoths died, and ate plants & berries B. Learning to plant & raise crops What were the new food sources for Native Americans? People living near the coast or rivers learned to fish D. They formed villages & communities. Some people remained nomadic hunters What did the settlers do? II. Settling Down

    13. Warm-up: Log-on to Edmodo.com, and complete your Weekly 5:9/18 • Write down your homework: • Boys: IE Reading on Edomodo.com due Friday • Quizlet Due Friday • Progress Report due Friday • Notebook Check on Friday • Did you know you may be living with a stereotypical idea that may not be true?! Thursday,9/18/14

    14. Who were the Hohokam? A. Lived in present-day Arizona. B. A.D. 300 to 1200. They build irrigation channels to bring water to hot, dry land Who were the Anasazi? C. They lived in the Four Corners (UT, CO, AZ, & NM) from A.D. 200 & 1300 What did the Anasazi build? D. Stone & cliff dwellings. Who were the Mound Builders? E. Lived in central N.America. They built mounds of earth that looked like Aztec pyramids. III. North American Peoples

    15. F. Ute & Shoshone – used resources of the forest & the sea as they hunted & gathered People of the West? People of the Southwest? G. Hopi, Acoma, Zuni – adobe brick homes, raised maize, beans, & squash. The Navajo & Apache People of the Plains? H. Nomads; hunted & farmed & built tents called tee-pees. They tamed wild horses. People of the East? I. Iroquois & Cherokee formed complex political systems of governing. III. North American Peoples

    16. Mound Builders’ Wigwam People of the East Long houses

    17. We are going to be organizing and taping our notebook. This week’s notebook check is on pages 15-18. Prep for Notebook Check #3

    18. Begin a research project to study several tribes that were and are a part of the Americas prior to the arrival of Europeans. Tomorrow we will…

    19. Come in and sit down with your notebook on your desk. • Write down your homework: • Missing Work Friday, 9.19.14

    20. Notebook Check- you will swap your notebook with a peer near you, and we will check it together quickly. The quicker we get through this, the faster we can… • Begin our research for your Native American Project Agenda

    21. On INB Score Sheet we need to do the following: Notebook Check #3

    22. They are missing a stamp for homework, but now have it?- Count them and stick note the page so Ms. Farley can give them a score. • They are missing the sheets we were to tape in?- Count up the number of missing pages, or blank pages. 2-3 pages missing means a score of a 3/5. more than 3 pages missing means a score of a 2 or 1/5. What if…?

    23. Come in and sit down quietly. Have your laptops on their desk, but do not turn them on. • I will have 2 classmates pass back the notebooks that were turned in on Friday after our trade and grade. I am still missing several! • Write down your homework: • Missing Work • On Edmodo- “How the Great Smokey Mountains were Made” Enrichment Reading. Boys you have until Friday to get this completed. • Determine which second project you are doing, have the project paper signed by a parent and returned tomorrow. Monday, 9/22/14

    24. You will be completing research on your own for only 1 of the Culture Areas in the United States. • We will review as a class, where you will be responsible for presenting the information you learned. Cores 1B, 3A, and

    25. We will be researching different culture groups of Native Americans. • You will be broken up into groups that I have already selected for you. • The chart we will be completing will go on page 20 of your notebook, you will need your laptop to complete the research necessary. Native American Culture Groups

    26. If Ms. Farley has to speak to our group more than twice due to behavior or talking too loudly, our group will be broken up and we will finish on our own. When doing group work, we are…

    27. Go to: http://www.learner.org/interactives/historymap/indians.html http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/photo/native-american-cultures/?ar_a=1 • These maps are interactive and will assist you with the information you should be tuning into. • For additional information: http://www.pbs.org/indiancountry/history/interactive_map.html To get to the sites to aid you in your research…

    28. Finish our research on the culture areas of Native Americans. Tuesday we will…

    29. Come in and sit down quietly. Get out page 20 of your notebook. • Add to your table of contents: • Page L19- Brainstorm of your Project • Page R20- Native Culture Areas of the US • Write down your homework: • Project due at the end of class tomorrow. • Complete summary responses on the bottom of page 20, answering the sentence prompts that have been provided for you. You will receive your rubric(s) today. Tuesday, 9/23/14

    30. We will be researching different culture groups of Native Americans. • You will be broken up into groups that I have already selected for you. • The chart we will be completing will go on page 20 of your notebook, you will need your laptop to complete the research necessary. Native American Culture Groups

    31. If Ms. Farley has to speak to our group more than twice due to behavior or talking too loudly, our group will be broken up and we will finish on our own. When doing group work, we are…

    32. Go to: http://www.learner.org/interactives/historymap/indians.html http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/photo/native-american-cultures/?ar_a=1 • These maps are interactive and will assist you with the information you should be tuning into. • For additional information: http://www.pbs.org/indiancountry/history/interactive_map.html To get to the sites to aid you in your research…

    33. Review the Research students have done during the last 10 mins. of class.

    34. We will be using the information we have researched to aid us in creating a project from which you will have a menu to choose from. • Please bring your colored pencils, markers, or crayons to class. Remember Cores 1B and 2A, until further notice, all craft materials must be brought in. On Wednesday, 9/22/14

    35. Come in and sit down quietly. • Get out page 20 of your notebook. • Write down your homework: • “How the Great Smokey Mts were Made” Reading Guide- we will be going over this in class on Friday. • Tomorrow is our Weekly5- remember you will be completing your Weekly5s in either Science or Social Studies for both classes due to the Early Dismissal tomorrow. • Student Showcase is tomorrow at 9:10am Wednesday, 9/24/14

    36. Finish our projects • Everyone should have a advertisement of a tribe they created • If you finish turn your work into the orange bin, or share it with me on GoogleDrive (powerpoints/brochures). Please make sure your name is on it. For the remainder of class

    37. McLeod’s Math students will only be seeing Ms. Farley. • Thompson’s Math students will only see Miss. Colburn. • You will be completing your Weekly 5’s on Edmodo for my class regardless of which class you are in. Tomorrow…

    38. Come in and sit down quietly. • Log-in to edmodo.com and complete Weekly 5: 9/25 • Log-in to quia.com and complete Miss. Colburn’s Weekly5. • If you finish all of this, complete your Enrichment Reading, “How the Great Smoky Mountains were Made.” You received a copy of this reading yesterday in class. • Organize your notebook. The Table of Contents is on my webpage. • Missing Work • Homework: • Enrichment Reading- “How the Great Smoky Mountains were Made.” • Extra Credit due 10/3. This is on Edmodo.com. Thursday, 9/25/14

    39. Turn your homework into the orange bin- • Enrichment Reading “How the Great Smoky Mountains were Made” (EVERYONE) • Write down your homework: • How to Tackle an ECR Practice (if not completed in class today) • Missing Work • You will have the length of 1 song to organize your notebook. Friday, 9/26/14

    40. L19- Brainstorm for N.Amer. Project • R20- Native American Culture Groups • L21- How to tackle an ECR? With practice • (Getting in class today) • R22- How do the Europeans affect the Native Populations? Contains: • The Age of Exploration (Getting in class today) • L23- The Columbian Exchange T-shirt Design- Must have 3+ colors in the design. Below the shirt, explain what you created and how it relates to our class, and to Ms. Colburn’s science class. (Tuesday) • R24- The Columbian Exchange Cornell Notes (Tuesday) • L25- Review- student created (Wednesday) • Native American Timeline (will get in class) • Write down 5 questions that you believe Ms. Farley should have on the quiz. Think-pair-Share • R26- Study Guide- teacher created (Wednesday) Table of Contents

    41. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL6slbdm504 – visual on the Age of Exploration rap: 2:10 mins of length • We will complete the Reading Guide as a Whole Class with volunteer readers after. The Age of Exploration

    42. Come in quickly and quietly. • Have a seat and write down your homework: • Complete your ECR for Homework IF we do not complete it in class. Monday, 9/29/14

    43. Change page 21 to say…. • How do we tackle an ECR? (Page L21) • Notes will be scanned in and placed on my webpage • If we get done early, students will use this time to make up missing work. How do we tackle an ECR?

    44. The Columbian Exchange… YAY FOR ICKY GROSS STUFF!!!! • Wednesday will be review, and we will test on Thursday. Yay! • Friday, 10/3/14, we WILL have a notebook check. • The sooner we have all 70% or more on our notebooks, the sooner Ms. Farley stops having them EVERY week. :D Tuesday we will learn about

    45. Come in quickly and quietly. • Have a seat and write down your homework: * I would suggest writing this on page L23* • L23- The Columbian Exchange T-shirt Design- The theme for your shirt is: Who benefitted more from the Columbian Exchange, the Europeans or the Natives? Must have 3+ colors in the design. Below the shirt, explain what you created and how it relates to our class, and to Ms. Colburn’s science class. • Summary due Thursday Tuesday, 9/30/14

    46. Set up page R24 in Cornell Style The Columbian Exchange

    47. Term was coined by Historian Al Crosby of the University of Texas • Contact between any two peoples geographically separated from one another results in an “exchange” of physical elements • The three main elements are animals, plants and microbes (diseases) What is the Columbian Exchange?

    48. http://demo.maps101.com/index.php?option=com_flexicontent&view=items&id=1038:the-impact-of-the-columbian-exchange-on-europe-a-america (this link should work, if not use…) • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbrNDwXYBao • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GvMRUiNVK8 • http://www.macmillanmh.com/socialstudies/2009/ss/student/grade5_ey/inmotion/p_96.swf The Columbian Exchange Map-Where does everything go?

    49. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsMGICONtb8 How does the Columbian Exchange still affect other countries, as well as, the world today?