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  1. August 14 ***Find your assigned seat as shown on next slide. -Bellwork: Complete the graphic organizer – skip a slide (IN COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1) Share w/ shoulder partner 2) Share w/ class 3) Discuss Notebook Assignment & Grading *Show sample Notebook Rubric -Hip-Hop History – Creating Some Beats about Summer History – skip a slide *Play some music -Check out books – BOOK COVERED BY TUESDAY *Put Packing Tape & Number on Spine of Book – books stay in cabinets -Every book left under desk is 30 seconds for class after bell *Wednesday night school if not completed. -Homework: 1) Books Covered – by TUESDAY 2) 3-ring binder or spiral notebook

  2. Front of Room Larsen & Matthew Cassidy & Dean Madison & Kassandra Seating Chart Hunter & Jayme Janice & Amanda Destanie, Sophie, Sage

  3. Summer History

  4. Most of you probably had a good time away from school, whether it was an awesome vacation, hanging out at the swimming pool, or just roaming the streets creating trouble. In order to understand your summer history, you will be writing a rap (It’s only the 1st day so you don’t have to perform it, but volunteers would be awesome) much like you’ve just heard. Here is the information I want you to include (does it look familiar): The highlights of your summer Any milestones or important things that took place. EX. – I got my 1st job. A really happy or sad experience EX. – My grandpa passed away. Any events that you may have remembered being in the news. EX. – Casey Anthony Trial Have Fun, Be Creative, and Remember: We are remembering history. Creating a Rap about Summer

  5. August 15 -Objective: Each student will be able to effectively navigate their book to find key information -Bellwork: -Write 3 measurable goals 1) Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TI9M3R3CtyY 2) Write in front cover of notebook 3) Discuss w/ class -Check out Books – Use Google Doc to track ***Make sure to get book numbers on books - Students -Book Treasure Hunt W.S. – History is treasure  Homework: 1) Book Treasure Hunt W.S. Completed 2) Clicker Quiz TOMORROW over book info

  6. August 16 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork: -Grade “Book Treasure Hunt” -“If you were there…” – p. 38 *Read p. 38 and answer the question in your notebook. -USE COMPLETE SENTENCES -Cluster Web – European Exploration 1) Each student receives a cluster web handout 2) Explain – next two slides 3) Begin Work – Must finish _____ -Homework:1) Explorer Cluster Web

  7. Explorers – p. 38-45 Leif Eriksson Henry the Navigator Bartolomeu Dias Vasco da Gama Christopher Columbus Amerigo Vespucci Vasco Nunez de Balboa Ferdinand Magellan

  8. Cluster Web Requirements Who was the person & who did they sail for? Where did they explore Why did they explore? When did they explore? What did they accomplish? Summary Sentence = Results of Exploration

  9. August 19 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork: Complete 1st Explorer – as a group -Cluster Web – European Exploration – SHOULD BE A QUIET ACTIVITY  1) Each student receives a cluster web 2) Group students – groups of 2 3) Group finds info about their assigned explorer and completes CW 4) Create Informational Posters a. Each group receives different colored paper & marker b. Use the cluster web to make a poster about your explorer -Homework: 1) NONE

  10. August 20 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. Bellwork: In your notebook, write your answer in complete sentences: *”What made your explorer’s story so significant?” -Cluster Web – European Exploration – SHOULD BE A QUIET ACTIVITY  1) Create Informational Posters a. Each group receives different colored paper & marker b. Use the cluster web to make a poster about your explorer 2) Groups will travel to 7 different stations to completecluster web. -Homework: 1) Quiz TOMORROW

  11. Cluster Web Requirements Who was the person & who did they sail for? Why did they explore? When did they explore? What did they explore? Significant accomplishments (more than 1) Results of Exploration

  12. August 21 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork: Write 1 complete sentence that explains the significance of each explorer. – next slide Finish reviewing the 8 Explorers *Discuss the key significance of each explorer in group *Have each group look in book to complete Cluster Web -Quiz – 8 European Explorers – skip slides -Quizlet - Vocabulary Identification Words -Homework: NONE

  13. Leif Eriksson Bellwork Explorers

  14. Cluster Web Requirements Who was the person & who did they sail for? Why did they explore? When did they explore? What did they explore? Significant accomplishments (more than 1) Results of Exploration/Conquering

  15. Explorers – p. 38-45 Leif Eriksson – p. 38 Henry the Navigator – p. 39 Bartolomeu Dias – p. 40 Vasco da Gama – p. 40 Christopher Columbus – p. 42-43 Amerigo Vespucci – p. 44 Vasco Nunez de Balboa – p. 44 Ferdinand Magellan – p. 44

  16. Quiz I am considered a Portuguese explorer, but I never actually voyaged myself. I am most proud of the observatory I built and the school of navigation I founded. Who am I? I am a Portuguese navigator who had good fortune when my ship was blown around the tip of Africa. My crew and I survived, and the tip of Africa was named the Cape of Good Hope. Who am I? I am a Portuguese navigator who set out to be the 1st crew to circumnavigate the globe. I was killed before we finished the voyage, but my crew finished for me in 1522. Who am I?

  17. Quiz 4) In 1501, I led a Spanish fleet to the coast of what is now South America. I knew it was not Asia, but rather I called it the “new world.” A German mapmaker labeled these new continents “America” in my honor. Who am I? In 1492, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain sent me across the ocean blue or the Atlantic looking for great riches in the Indies. I really thought we had found a new route to Asia, so I named the people there Indians. Who am I? I actually made it to India unlike Mr. Dias in 1498. The Muslim traders knew Portuguese, and it made trade much easier. Who am I?

  18. Quiz I am a famous Viking from Norway who was exploring the coast of Greenland when my ship was blown off course. I actually ended up exploring what is now known as the northeast portion of the United States. Who am I? In 1513, I heard of another ocean on the west side of Panama where I was exploring. I went looking for this ocean, and I found it after we climbed to the top of 1 mountain. It would later be named the Pacific Ocean. Who am I?

  19. August 22 -Objective: To analyze the impact of the Columbian Exchange on the Americas. -Bellwork: After the video and in your notebook (in complete sentences), write down an appropriate title for the video segment. http://app.discoveryeducation.com/search?Ntt=Christopher+Columbus Read “Journal of Christopher Columbus” 1) Consider these questions a. How would you title this section? b. Based on the information, how would you think of Christopher Columbus at this time? c. How would you describe Columbus’s attitude toward the islanders? d. How did Columbus communicate with the islanders? Do you think they understood each other well? Why or why not? -Vocabulary Identification Notecards – Quizlet – next slide -Homework: Finish Notecards

  20. Identification Vocabulary Terms astrolabe caravels Line of Demarcation Treaty of Tordesillas circumnavigate Columbian Exchange

  21. August 23 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork: Christopher Columbus finish Vocab. Notecards – Quizlet -“The Columbian Exchange.” – p. 45 Answer these questions in your notebook: 1) What was the Columbian Exchange? – with shoulder partner 2) What items were brought from the Americas? – with person behind you 3) What items were brought from Europe? – on your own 4) Recreate the diagram on p. 45 -Creating picture stories – Directions = next 2 slides -Homework: 1) Cluster Web of Spanish Conquistadors/Explorers

  22. Creating a Word/Picture Story -Creating a picture story– Directions on next slide 1) Assign 2 groups a. S.W.A.P. “Hernan Cortes” on p. 46-47 & complete first word/picture story b. S.W.A.P. “Francisco Pizzarro” on p. 47 & complete word/picture story. 2) Assign each table a new topic – next slide 3) Each member in group should add info to Poster a. Each member should write and/or draw their info. b. When finished, group members should be completing the cluster web of 6 Spanish conquistadors/explorers 4) The first person should be last person as well, and they will try to tell story in front of class from the details.

  23. Creating a Picture Story -Topics 1. Hernan Cortes & Aztecs 2. Francisco Pizarro & Incas 3. Spanish Settlements & how they ruled “New Spain 4. Juan Ponce De Leon & expeditions 5. Hernando De Soto & & expedition 6. Story of Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca & followers including Estevanico 7. Francisco Vasquez de Coronado & goals 8. encomienda system and the Spanish system

  24. Cluster Web Requirements – Spanish Settlement Who was involved? Why did they conquer/explore? When did they conquer/explore? What did they conquer/explore? Significant accomplishments (more than 1) Results of Conquer/Exploration

  25. Cluster Web Requirements – Spanish Settlement Who was involved? Why did they conquer/explore? When did they conquer/explore? What did they conquer/explore? Significant accomplishments (more than 1) Results of Conquer/Exploration

  26. Key People – Spanish Settlement Hernan Cortes Francisco Pizarro Juan Ponce de Leon Hernando de Soto Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca & Panfilo de Narvaez Francisco Vasquez de Coronado

  27. August 26 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork: -Vocab. Identification Quiz Finish “Creating a Picture Story” Project *Picture Story Presentations -Finish Cluster Web – Spanish Conquistadors/Explorers *Discuss -Homework: 1) Cluster Web of Spanish Conquistadors/Explorers

  28. Quiz - Matching

  29. August 27 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork:-Review “Creating a Picture Story” Project -Cluster Web – Spanish Conquistadors/Explorers -Finish “Creating a Picture Story” Project -Homework: 1) Picture Stories Completed

  30. August 28 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork: In 4 sentences or less, share the story of your topic. -Finish “Creating a Picture Story” Project -Cluster Web – Spanish Conquistadors/Explorers -Homework: 1) Picture Stories Completed

  31. August 29 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork:Share stories in class -Clicker Quiz – Spanish Conquistadors/Explorers *Grade in Class -Vocabulary Identification – Quizlet 7) conquistadors 8) encomienda system 9)plantations -Homework: 1) Vocab. Identification Words - Completed

  32. Clicker Questions – 8th History Francisco Pizarro took over the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan around 1520. Juan Ponce de Leon discovered the Mississippi River in 1541. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca and Panfilo de Narvaez faced many issues and only de Vaca and three men survived their journeys. Francisco Vasquez de Coronado wanted to find the legendary Seven Cities of Gold. Hernan Cortes may be credited with starting the beginning of the fall of the Aztec empire.

  33. Answers Henry the Navigator Bartholomeu Dias Ferdinand Magellan Amerigo Vespucci Christopher Columbus Vasco da Gama Leif Erikkson Vasco Nunez de Balboa B E A D C F

  34. Names for Quiz Hernan Cortes Francisco Vasquez de Coronado Hernando de Soto Juan Ponce de Leon Francisco Pizarro Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca Leif Erikson Henry the Navigator Bartolomeu Dias Vasco Nunez de Balboa Christopher Columbus Amerigo Vespucci Ferdinand Magellan Vasco de Gama

  35. Names for Quiz Hernan Cortes Francisco Vasquez de Coronado Hernando de Soto Juan Ponce de Leon Francisco Pizarro Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca Leif Erikson Henry the Navigator Bartolomeu Dias Vasco Nunez de Balboa Christopher Columbus Amerigo Vespucci Ferdinand Magellan Vasco de Gama

  36. Clicker Questions – 8th History 1. I was able to conquer the Inca empire in 1534 just years after I defeated the Incas at the capital of Cuzco in Peru. I only had 400 men. Who am I? I explored what is now the southwest United States. We had a tough time, and only 3 men and myself survived a shipwreck in Texas. Who am I? I am considered a Portuguese explorer, but I never actually voyaged myself. I am most proud of the observatory I built and the school of navigation I founded. Who am I?

  37. Clicker Questions – 8th History I am famous for my quest to find the Fountain of Youth in Florida in 1513. I never found what I was looking for, and I was never able to establish a colony in Florida. Who am I? In 1501, I led a Spanish fleet to the coast of what is now South America. I knew it was not Asia, but rather I called it the “new world.” A German mapmaker labeled these new continents “America” in my honor. Who am I? 6. I am a Portuguese navigator who had good fortune when my ship was blown around the tip of Africa. My crew and I survived, and the tip of Africa was named the Cape of Good Hope. Who am I?

  38. Quiz 7. In 1492, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain sent me across the ocean blue or the Atlantic looking for great riches in the Indies. I really thought we had found a new route to Asia, so I named the people there Indians. Who amI? My greatest accomplishment in the Americas was the discovery of the Mississippi River in 1541. Who am I? I am a Portuguese navigator who set out to be the 1st crew to circumnavigate the globe. I was killed before we finished the voyage, but my crew finished for me in 1522. Who am I?

  39. Quiz 10.I am a famous Viking from Norway who was exploring the coast of Greenland when my ship was blown off course. I actually ended up exploring what is now known as the northeast portion of the United States. Who am I? 11.I took over the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan around 1520 with only 508 soldiers, 100 sailors, 16 horses, and some guns. Who am I?

  40. Quiz 12.In 1513, I heard of another ocean on the west side of Panama where I was exploring. I went looking for this ocean, and I found it after we climbed to the top of 1 mountain. It would later be named the Pacific Ocean. Who am I? 13.I actually made it to India unlike Mr. Dias in 1498. The Muslim traders knew Portuguese, and it made trade much easier. Who am I? 14.I explored the American Southwest looking for the fabled Seven Cities of Gold. There my men and I discovered the Grand Canyon. I never found the cities. Who am I?

  41. Identification Vocabulary Terms A. astrolabe B. caravels C. Line of Demarcation D. Treaty of Tordesillas E. circumnavigate F. Columbian Exchange G. conquistadors H. encomienda system I. Plantations

  42. August 30 -Objective: Each student will analyze how the encomienda system affected native groups -Bellwork: Finish & Grade European Explorers Quiz – in Class Finish Encomienda System – next slide -Analyzing Documents – Bartolome de Las Casas *S.W.A.P. – p. 51 – “The Role of the Catholic Church *Turn & Tell 1) Who was Bartolome de Las Casas? 2) How did he want to go about converting the Native Americans 3) S.W.A.P. p. 51 – “Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies” -How did Las Casas view of the treatment of Native American groups differ from the views of other Spaniards? -Homework: NONE

  43. Encomienda System – p. 50

  44. September 3 -Objective: Each student will analyze how the encomienda system affected native groups -Bellwork: Primary Document – Bartolome de Las Casas - See Next Slide -T-Chart & Pair-and-Share – p. 50 *Take notes on how plantation owners treated the natives. *Take notes on how Bartolome de Las Casas said the natives should be treated. -Debate: In your groups, prepare arguments for a debate about how Native Americans should be treated. One of you will take the point of Bartolome de Las Casas. The other will take the side of the plantation owner. We will present these in class and vote on which partner gave the best arguments. *requirements skip a slide 1) Begin Presentations – Vote on best presentations and GIVE EXAMPLES -Homework: NONE

  45. Bellwork -Analyzing Documents – Bartolome de Las Casas a. S.W.A.P. – p. 51 – “The Role of the Catholic Church *Turn & Tell 1) Who was Bartolome de Las Casas? 2) How did he want to go about converting the Native Americans b. S.W.A.P. p. 51 – “Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies” 1) How did Las Casas view of the treatment of Native American groups differ from the views of other Spaniards? 2) How would you retitle this excerpt?

  46. Debate Rubric ____/2 Main issues are identified and explained ____/3 Debate is written in script form ____/3 Treatment of Native Americans included and complete. ____/3 Presentation of debate is rehearsed (not just reading information ____/2 Presentation of information shows mastery *Audience easily able to tell which person is which *Information is complete and accurate ____/2 On-task the entire time ____/15 TOTAL

  47. Debate Rubric ____/2 Main issues are identified and explained ____/3 Debate is written in script form ____/3 Treatment of Native Americans included and complete. ____/3 Presentation of debate is rehearsed (not just reading information ____/2 Presentation of information shows mastery *Audience easily able to tell which person is which *Information is complete and accurate ____/2 On-task the entire time ____/15 TOTAL

  48. September 4 -Objective: Each student will analyze how the encomienda system affected native groups -Bellwork: Turn & Tell 1) How did the encomienda system affect Native Americans? 2) How did plantation owners feel Native Americans should be treated? 3) How did Bartolome de Las Casas feel Native Americans should be treated? -Present Debates *Vote on which side gave the best arguments – GIVE EXAMPLES -Put students into groups of 3 and discuss reading groups -Homework: NONE

  49. September 5 -Objective: Each student will analyze primary documents that give insight into the earliest European exploration of the Americas. -Bellwork: Assign groups – have students take colored paper as they come in room *Each group of same color *Should be 4 (possibly 5) to a group -Analyzing Primary and Secondary Documents – 6 Handouts & 6 stations 1) Students will be in groups 2) Answer questions on next slide BEFORE other questions. 3) Complete the questions at each station. – on notebook paper *8 minutes at each station – All individual work until the last minute 4) Discuss and collect at the end -Homework: 1) NONE