Pamela Taylor

Week of March 23-27


                    U.S. History                                Night reading schedule

You are to read the assigned chapter at night on the given date and complete the study guide questions as you go along-

3/20          Preface and Introduction in class

                  Read-Ch. 1 -3 and study guide notes

3/26          Read Ch. 4 and study guide notes

 

3/24          Read Ch. 5 and study guide notes

 

3/25-         Read Ch. 6 and study guide notes

 

3/27          Finish reading Ch. 7-9 and study guide

 

4/2&3        You will have the mid-term Performance

                   Assessment on Night and Schindler’s

                   List- it will contain content specific

                   questions, writing and application of   

                   your learning


3/23-

Learning Intentions-

Ø  I will follow the Five Guidelines

Ø  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø  I am a responsible and engaged member in class

Ø  I can listen carefully and ask clarifying questions

Ø  I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1. Share study guide for Night Ch. 1-3

2. Read in the text One Day in History Pearl Harbor Attack

3. Why was the attack important in US and world history?

4. Visual text Pearl Harbor Vol. 1 Parst1 Tora! Tora! Tora!

Homework-

1. Read Ch. 4 in Night and complete your Study Guide


3/24-

Learning Intentions-

Ø  I can follow the Five Guidelines

Ø  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø  I will be an active learner and be able to clearly support my opinions

Ø  I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1. Complete visual text Pearl Harbor Vol. 1 Part 2 Tora! Tora! Tora! How does this attack foreshadow the end of the Japanese Empire four years later and why?

2. “Quiz” as a study guide and share 

Homework-

1. Read Ch. 5 in Night and complete your Study Guide


3/25-

Learning Intentions-

Ø  I will follow the Five Guidelines

Ø  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø  I am a responsible and engaged member in class

Ø  I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

 

1. Normandy D-Day invasion and what it meant for the outcome of WWII.

2. Study guide

Homework-

1. Read Ch. 6 in Night and complete your Study Guide

 

3/26-

Learning Intentions-

Ø  I will follow the Five Guidelines

Ø  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø  I am a responsible and engaged member in class

Ø  I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1. Visual text The Memphis Belle

2. Air war in Europe

3. Role of propaganda, B-17s and the magic number of 25 missions and the reason why this number was chosen.

Homework-

1. Read Ch. 7 in Night and complete your Study Guide


3/27-

Learning Intentions-

Ø  I will follow the Five Guidelines

Ø  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø  I am a responsible and engaged member in class

Ø  I can listen carefully to the text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1. Complete visual text The Memphis Belle

2. Reading time in Night

Homework-

1. Read Ch. 8 & 9 in Night and complete your Study Guides for Monday



World Cultures Bl. 7

3/23-

Learning Intentions-

ü  I can follow the Five Guidelines

ü  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

ü  I will be an active learner and be able to clearly support my opinions

ü  I can listen carefully to the reading and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1. Share the answers to the questions from the reading on the Balfour Declaration together

2. Vocabulary-

Ø  Civil disobedience

Ø  Pacifism

3.  Reading-Gandhi Introduces Civil Disobedience to India

4. Main Topic, Sub-Topics and Details from the reading

5. Questions and answers together in class

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment


3/24-

Learning Intentions-

ü  I can follow the Five Guidelines

ü  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

ü  I will be an active learner in class

ü  I can listen carefully to the reading and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1.  Reading activity New Empires in India

2. Main Topic, Sub-Topic and Details notes together in class

3. Questions and answers on the reading

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment

 

3/25-

Learning Intentions-

ü  I can follow the Five Guidelines

ü  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

ü  I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit and my notes from the readings

1. Visual text The Story of India

Ø  Beginnings

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment

2. Reading activity Early Civilizations in India

3. Main Topic, Sub-Topic and Details notes together in class


3/26-

Learning Intentions-

ü  I can follow the Five Guidelines

ü  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

ü  I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit and my notes from the readings

1. Visual text The Story of India

Ø  Spice Routes and The Silk Road

2. Analysis and discussion-what do you feel is the most important piece of information you and your peers should know about India from the visual text and why?

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment


3/27-

Learning Intentions-

ü  I can follow the Five Guidelines

ü  I am respectful to others and their Opinions

ü  I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit and my notes from the readings

1. Continuation of visual text The Story of India

Ø  Ages of Gold

Ø  The Meeting of Two Oceans

2. Analysis and discussion- why is a time called an ‘Age of Gold”? What does that mean?

3. Why is the meeting that occurs across two oceans important to Indian and World history?

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment



World Cultures Block 8-

3/23-

Learning Intentions-

Ø I can follow the Five Guidelines

Ø I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø I will be an active learner and be able to clearly support my opinions

Ø I can listen carefully to the reading and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1. Share the answers to the questions from the reading on the Balfour Declaration together

2. Vocabulary-

Ø Civil disobedience

Ø Pacifism

3.  Reading-Gandhi Introduces Civil Disobedience to India

4. Main Topic, Sub-Topics and Details from the reading

5. Questions and answers together in class

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment


3/24-

Learning Intentions-

Ø I can follow the Five Guidelines

Ø I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø I will be an active learner in class

Ø I can listen carefully to the reading and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit

1.  Reading activity New Empires in India

2. Main Topic, Sub-Topic and Details notes together in class

3. Questions and answers on the reading

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment


3/25-

Learning Intentions-

Ø I can follow the Five Guidelines

Ø I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit and my notes from the readings

1. Visual text The Story of India

ü Beginnings

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment

2. Reading activity Early Civilizations in India

3. Main Topic, Sub-Topic and Details notes together in class


3/26-

Learning Intentions-

Ø I can follow the Five Guidelines

Ø I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit and my notes from the readings

1. Visual text The Story of India

ü Spice Routes and The Silk Road

2. Analysis and discussion-what do you feel is the most important piece of information you and your peers should know about India from the visual text and why?

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment


3/27-

Learning Intentions-

Ø I can follow the Five Guidelines

Ø I am respectful to others and their Opinions

Ø I can listen carefully to the visual text and make connections to the Essential Questions and Enduring Learning in the unit and my notes from the readings

1. Continuation of visual text The Story of India

ü Ages of Gold

ü The Meeting of Two Oceans

2. Analysis and discussion- why is a time called an “Age of Gold”? What does that mean?

3. Why is the meeting that occurs across two oceans important to Indian and World history?

Homework-

1. 4/6 Unit Assessment