Friday, October 19, 2018

HIST8 - October 19, 2018




HW: On the back of your Articles of Confederation Situation Card, answer the following questions, in 3 to 5 complete sentences:
"How would you change the Articles of Confederation to fix the problem on your Situation Card? Why did you choose this solution?"

AGENDA:
  1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
  2. Reading Quiz 3:1 - GAME SHOW QUIZ
  3. Review National Treasure homework - STUDY GUIDE
  4. The Articles of Confederation
    1. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Under the Articles of Confederation, was the Federal Government able to deal effectively with problems?
    2. What Were the Articles of Confederation? - VIDEO - Should be done
    3. GROUP WORK: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT - Should be done
    4. GROUP WORK: Situation Cards - HANDOUT
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
    2. Enlightenment Thinkers
    3. The Original Social Contract
    4. The Roots of American Government
    5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
    6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
    7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
    8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
    9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
    10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
    11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
    12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
    13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
    14. Digital Literacy: Digital Footprint Handout
    15. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE
    16. Articles of Confederation: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT and PLACARDS
    17. Articles of Confederation: Situation Cards - HANDOUT

    Thursday, October 18, 2018

    HIST7 - October 18, 2018

    HW: Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 1 (5:1) in the textbook. Be prepared for a possible quiz next Wednesday.

    AGENDA:

    Q1 Final Exam - CLICK HERE


    When you finish your exam, you may:
    • Start on your homework
    • Fill out the Seating Chart Survey
    • Use the Chromebook for school-appropriate activities
      (including my awesome YouTube playlist)
    • Read a book
    • Put your head down
    • Contribute to an environment where everyone can do their best work
    When you finish your exam, you MAY NOT:
    • Take out your phone
    • Talk to anyone
    • Cause a disruption of any kind
    AGENDA:
    1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
    2. Q1 Final Exam
    3. Seating Chart Survey - CLICK HERE
    4. Iconoclast Presentations
    5. Mr. Ippolito will be gone Monday - here's what to expect
    6. Remind me--I have a gift from Canada for you at the end of the period
    TABLE OF CONTENTS:
    1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
    2. 1:1 Reading Notes
    3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
    4. 1:2 Reading Notes
    5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
    6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
    7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
    8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
    9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
    10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
    11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
    12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
    13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
    14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
    15. 3:1 Reading Notes
    16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
    17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
    18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
    19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
    20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE
    21. Iconoclasts - HANDOUT HERE
    22. Iconoclasts Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM

    Wednesday, October 17, 2018

    HIST8 - October 17, 2018



    HW: Read and take notes on 3:1. Prepare for a possible reading quiz on Friday.

    AGENDA:
    1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
      1. Review National Treasure homework - STUDY GUIDE
    2. The Articles of Confederation
      1. What Were the Articles of Confederation? - VIDEO HERE
      2. GROUP WORK: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT HERE
      3. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Under the Articles of Confederation, was the Federal Government able to deal effectively with problems?
      4. GROUP WORK: Situation Cards - HANDOUT HERE
    3. Last chance to present your Trumbull painting "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]

      TABLE OF CONTENTS
      1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
      2. Enlightenment Thinkers
      3. The Original Social Contract
      4. The Roots of American Government
      5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
      6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
      7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
      8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
      9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
      10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
      11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
      12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
      13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
      14. Digital Literacy: Digital Footprint Handout
      15. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE
      16. Articles of Confederation: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT HERE
      17. Read and take notes on 3:1

      Tuesday, October 16, 2018

      HIST7 - October 16, 2018


      HW: Study for Thursday's Final Exam

      AGENDA:
      1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
      2. Another iconoclast - Malala Yousafzai
        1. Iconoclast Presentations
        2. HIST7 Q1 Final Exam Study Guide - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
        TABLE OF CONTENTS:
        1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
        2. 1:1 Reading Notes
        3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
        4. 1:2 Reading Notes
        5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
        6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
        7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
        8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
        9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
        10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
        11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
        12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
        13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
        14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
        15. 3:1 Reading Notes
        16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
        17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
        18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
        19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
        20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE
        21. Iconoclasts - HANDOUT HERE
        22. Iconoclasts Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM

        Monday, October 15, 2018

        HIST8 - October 15, 2018


        HW: National Treasure Study Guide

        AGENDA:
        1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
          1. REMINDER: 2:4 Quiz Retake!
          2. Monday, October 15, at LUNCH TIME!
          3. Only if you scored LESS than 6.5 out of 8
          4. NO NOTES!
          5. Max Score: 80%
        2. National Treasure - Part III - STUDY GUIDE HERE
        3. Continue to present your Trumbull painting "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]
        4. The Articles of Confederation
          1. What Were the Articles of Confederation? - VIDEO HERE
          2. GROUP WORK: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT HERE
          3. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Under the Articles of Confederation, was the Federal Government able to deal effectively with problems?



          TABLE OF CONTENTS
          1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
          2. Enlightenment Thinkers
          3. The Original Social Contract
          4. The Roots of American Government
          5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
          6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
          7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
          8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
          9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
          10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
          11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
          12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
          13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
          14. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE