Presentation on theme: "Deck of Cards, Create a Nation. Based on the card you were given: Find your partner(s) You will be responsible for completing research about the Nation."— Presentation transcript:
Deck of Cards, Create a Nation
Based on the card you were given: Find your partner(s) You will be responsible for completing research about the Nation the Kings on your card created You are to use the text book as back ground (ch 11) then use 2 more sources, make sure you cite them and include a work cited
Your research project You are creating a power point (which presents itself) that will inform the class about your research which should include: Government/politics of your king-laws, social policy etc Religion Economy-trade Technology/warfare
cont Important events Any notable people connected to your kings that changed history through their actions How the nation’s borders were formed The decline of your kings Legacies! Vocabulary or terms to note from text (bolded etc) One current event that is about your nation and how it connected to your research
Current Event Instruction 1. Summary: No longer than 3 paragraphs that cover the Beginning, middle and end of your article. It should tell me the main idea(s). Who? What? Where? When? How? 2. CE. Theme: You must select and justify the theme your article/ Political cartoon falls under. (see next slide) 3. Relate to class Content: You must relate your article by using Major themes discussed—. You should use appropriate key terms learned in class, cite examples from notes and/or text, use details. (i.e.) how geography shaped culture compare to Greece (or any unit of study)—. 4. Reaction: answer the questions given on instructions. How does your article affect you or help you gain a better understanding of SS/history?
Current Events Themes : You must define which current event theme the article/cartoon falls under: explain why! *Environmental problems-global warming, pollution, weather disasters etc. *Peace & Security-homeland security issues, terrorism, economic, political *Human Rights- violations against a group of people based on race, color or creed *National/international development: technology, medicine, hunger, over population
Who is who? Russian: Ivan I Ivan III Ivan IV Spain Ferdinand & Isabella English: Richard I King John Henry II Henry Tudor Edward III Henry V French: Louis IX Philip IV Charles VI Charles VII Louis XI
Create a guided Note sheet and review For the class to use when Viewing your end product.
Extra Credit For extra credit: Who do the kings on the cards really represent? Come see me during RA with the answer written on a piece of paper with your name on it!