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World History Journal 1 st six weeks 2013
Today’s Lesson 8/27, 8/28 Journal Warm-up 10 minutes Eras of my life assignment: 30 minutes Notes Chapter One: 40 minutes
Warm-up August 28/29 TEKS (27) Science, technology, and society. The student understands how major scientific and mathematical discoveries and technological innovations affected societies Neolithic Tool Kit Read “Interact with History “ on page 6. Answer the prompts in sentences: What physical actions did these tools help humans do? What modern tools do these early tools resemble?
Warm-up August 29/30 Learning Objectives: Identify major causes of the development of agriculture Summarize the impact of farming (Neolithic Revolution) on the creation of river valley civilizations. PROMPT: (Write in complete sentences.) Before agriculture developed, how did people get food? How would life be different if agriculture never developed?
Today’s lesson September 3/4 Journal Prompt Hammurabi’s code Notes re Mesopotamia Finish group work – Hunter/gatherer – Ur/ Austin Chapter 2 Pictograph assignment due next class
Warm-up September 3-4 Learning Objective WH (20) Government Identify the impact of political and legal ideas contained in documents including Hammurabi’s Code. Hammurabi made decisions on these which became laws and part of Hammurabi’s Code. Based on you idea of “fairness” and modern day laws, explain what you think should happen in each case. Prompt: What should be done to the carpenter who builds a house that falls and kills the owner? Ancient Mesopotamian carving of a carpenter at work. Eric Lessing/Art Resource, NY
Today’s Lesson September 5/6 Journal Warm-up: Finish and turn in: – Mesopotamia notes with pictographs – Group poster H/G v AG; Ur/ Austin Guided Reading Notes: Egypt BBC Video: Life and Death in the Valley of the Kings with handout Graphic Organizer-
Warm-up September 5/6 Text p. 40 Prompt: What were Egyptian customs for dealing with the deaths of their leaders? Why did they do these customs? Learning Objective: History (2) Identify the characteristics of early civilizations. Discovery video Image source: historylink101.com BBC video
Daily Agenda 9/9-9/10 Journal Warm-Up ( 10 Minutes) Early River Valley Civilizations notes- Indus and Chinese Valleys (30 Minutes) History of the World in 100 Objects-BBC radio address with handout (30 Minutes) Begin Venn diagram activity
Journal Warm Up-9/9, 9/10 Prompt: PG. 44- Unlike other river valley civilizations, the Indus Valley cities had indoor plumbing and sewage systems. What do you think life was like in cities without plumbing? Image source: OBJECTIVE: Compare and contrast how the four river valley civilizations (Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus and China) are similar and different with regards to geographic features, power and social class structure.
Warm Up 9/11-9/12 OBJECTIVE: Compare and contrast how the four river valley civilizations (Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus and China) are similar and different with regards to geographic features, power and social class structure. PG. 52- Visual Summary Each River Valley Civilization shares geographic benefits and challenges. What benefits does the Nile River valley have that the others lack? Why might the other civilizations have chosen to settle in their locations even without these benefits?
Daily Agenda 9/13 and 9/16 Test on Unit One Test review No journal prompt
Daily Agenda 9/17-9/18 Journal Warm Up- Should I Stay or Should I Go? Introduce Art Bonus Activity Group Readings: – The Rig Veda – The Enlightened One Notes: Introduction to Chapter 3 Caste System Activity with “Exit Ticket”
Warm Up 9/17-9/18 Should I Stay or Should I Go? Pg. 56 Read the short paragraph Interact with History Questions: – If you stay, will you be able to live in peace with the conquerors? – If you leave will you be welcomed into the land you flee to? Will you have to adopt the customs of the people living there? Image source: Describe the major political, religious/philosophical and cultural influences of Persia, India, and China.
Daily Agenda 9/19-20 Caste System Warm Up ( 15 Minutes) Guided Reading Notes, Minoans and Phoenicians ( 25 Minutes) Video: The Ancient Island of Crete: Knossos Phoenician Alphabet Activity (15 Minutes) Flood Stories Activity (15 Minutes)
Warm Up 9/19-20 Directions: – You have been randomly assigned to one of 4 castes. – Read information on your caste from PG. – Answer the following questions in your journal: What is day-to-day life like in your caste? What jobs or activities are appropriate? Do you support elimination of the caste system all together? WH. Describe the major political, religious/philosophical and cultural influences of Persia, India, and China.
Journal Warm-Up 9/23-24 PG. 74- Here you see listed The Ten Commandments – A list of ten laws handed down to Moses from God These commandments, or laws, are also found in Christianity Questions: – Which of these commandments are still followed today? – Do you think any are enforced by law? WH (20) Identify the impact of the legal ideas in the Jewish Ten Commandments
Daily Agenda 9/25-26 Journal Warm-Up ( 10 Minutes) Complete Judaism timeline and paragraph (30 Minutes) Video (12 Minutes) – Building Empires: The Rise of the Persians and the Inca Class discussion: What Makes An Empire? Group Venn Diagram
Warm Up 9/25-26 PG. 95- The Royal Road Directions: – Read information on page 95 about the Persian Royal Road Answer: – Why was the Royal Road so important to the Persian Empire? – What modern communication networks do we use today? WH (19) Government Identify the characteristics of monarchy and theocracy as forms of government in early civilizations.
Daily Agenda 9/27, 9/30 Journal Warm Up: Respect Your Elders Finish Venn Diagram Activity ( Cyrus vs. Darius) Videos: – Behind The Great Wall – The Great Wall of China Paired Outline Notes
Warm Up 9/27-30 PG. 97- Confucius Urges Harmony Directions: – Read the paragraph titled Confucius Urges Harmony – Answer the following questions: What were Confucius’ 5 basic relationships? Give the definition of Filial Piety WH (23) Culture: Describe the central ideas of Confucianism.