- Finish Holocaust activity from before track out
- Primary sources about Holocaust and questions.
- BrainPop Holocaust
- Finish BrainPop on Holocaust
- Take quiz on Holocaust BrainPop video
- Talk about the new classroom laptop carts.
- Hand out WW2 reading sheets
- Living picture activity - get to know the Big Three and what they talked about.
- The importance of radio at the time of WW2
- Radio broadcast project about the different conferences of WW2 and what they mean.
- Work on project
- Present Radio broadcast
- Homework: Review for WW2 test. Make sure you have all your materials.
- Test over WW2 - open note test.
MONDAY: (No School)
- Invention Chart
TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY: (No School)
- Economic Systems
- Monolpolies and the importance of competition
- Assembly Lines - BrainPop
- Assembly line activity
- Research on French Revolution. Homework if not complete. PART 3 is due Thursday - mini speech
(I was absent this day)
- Corrected/added to research sheet from yesterday.
- French Revolution Part 1 video
- Reading sheet about the day in the life of King Louis and Marie A.
- Started the research sheet: For the Good of the Cause?
- Finish the research sheet: For the Good of the Cause?
- Go over the research and discuss impact leading up to French Revolution
- Watch Part 2 of the French Revolution and complete worksheet.
- BrainPOP: French Revoltion and Napoleon videos - Quizzes count. Could be easy two grades if you take notes and review before today.
- Go over the movie guides.
- Review and gather information for the test on MONDAY.
ALL MISSING SS WORK IS DUE TUESDAY!
Here are the movies we watched about the American and Frech Revolution so you can review:
1. American Revolution part 2: app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/6bdd8c86-ff70-4c14-99ac-51cdd9b7ff88
2. American Revolution Part 3: app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/edd50bf6-0059-4359-892e-465ee987b253
3. American Revolution Part 4: app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/1315f88a-80c8-45ec-b719-9a4c9595e11c
4. French Revolution Part 1: app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/d17745b5-5e07-4ddb-8215-9320431c045e
5. French Revolution Part 2: app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/645800a0-0b13-4161-91d4-d316c1ab628c
- Review scientific revolution
- Walk around the room and pick which quote you think made the biggest impact on forming our government, laws, or the revolution in the USA. Explain why your reasoning in 3+ sentences. Give one example. Place the sticky note with the quote. Once we all have answered, we will walk around to see what people put. While you wait, start reading and answering questions about Mary W.
- Connect enlightenment ideas to the Declaration of Independence.
- Enlightenment quotes
- Idea Graffiti
- Revolutionary Quotes
- Events leading up to the American Revolution - living timeline activity
- Living time line activity - finish Monday and present on Tuesday.
- STUDY FOR QUIZ
- Review Chapter 5, vocab, and Absolute Monarchs - Mary I (Bloody Mary), Louis XIV, Elizabeth I, Henry VIII, Fredrick the Great, Phillip II and Peter the Great.
- Quiz over Absolute Monarchs
- Start reading Chapter 6 Section: Scientific Revolution and answer the end question
- Scientific Revolution Reading on scientists. Make a poster
- How did this revolution shift people's thinking?
- Finish poster and start filling in the chart on scientists of the scientific revolution
- Finish chart
- 1/2 sheet on enlightenment and questions to go with it.
- Start reading about 4 major enlightenment thinkers.
- 4 Enlightenment thinkers - I would have to email you a copy if you need it.
- Start studying: Test on Tuesday! - Open Note
- Learn about Charles the First
- Video and Primary sources. Lesson from SAS Curriculum Pathways
- Answer detailed questions about Charles the First
- HOMEWORK: Part 2 and 3 questions
- Collected homework
- King Louis XIV video from SAS Curriculum Pathways
- Palace of Versailles YouTube Videos
- 1: youtu.be/X235vpOToVU
- 2: youtu.be/CjsmqmSNnHU
- 3: youtu.be/Jj6JCwiZlck
- Vocabulary activity from Monarch Magazine
- Continue vocabulary from Monarch Magazine
- English Civil war Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9qwXoT8Yao
- Glorious Revolution video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=g77WJU3aQEA
- Glorious Revolution worksheet
- Continue Glorious Revolution worksheet
- Queen Elizabeth the First BrainPop notes, and primary sources activity
- Mary, Fredrick and Phillip activity.
- HOMEWORK: Quiz Monday over: no notes: Absolute Monarchs - Mary I (Bloody Mary), Louis XIV, Elizabeth I, Henry VIII, Fredrick the Great, Phillip II and Peter the Great.
- Study for social studies test over Unit 1 and 2.
- Make sure to have all your social studies materials.
- There will be a map labeling portion of the test.
Remember to turn in the following items to be graded: The majority of students have this turned in. The number by the assignment is the number of students who still have to turn in the assignment.
- Silk Road Bumper Sticker (1)
- Exploration motivations poster (1)
- Colonization Key Terms (3)
- Exploration Chart and Map (5)
- Columbian Exchange Essay (3)
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