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Full Value Contract (9/1) 1. Agree to be safe. “I am responsible for my safety and the safety of others. I will be emotionally and physically safe in my words and actions.” 2. Agree to valuing behaviors and supportive of the group. “ I will value all comments and listen to each person. I will speak and act in a way that puts people up and not down.” 3. Agree to give and receive honest feedback. “I will take responsibility for my thoughts and feelings and let others know my thoughts and feelings. I will say things with respect.” 4. Agree to let go and move on. “ I will listen to feedback and come to the best understanding possible for all concerned. I will move on and not harbor old hurts or resentments.”
Match the article headlines with the correct social science. Political Science, Psychology, History, Geography, Sociology, Economics, Anthropology 1. 100 fastest growing companies 2. Archeologists may have found oldest footprint ever 3. Study suggests that steroid abuse can cause depression 4. War in Afghanistan continues 5. Study shows teens more likely to text while driving 6. Hurricane slams into Mexico’s Baja California 7. Romney grabs major union endorsements
Homework 9/6 Answer the following questions in complete sentences What are five things from your home that communicate something about your family’s past? Where did the objects come from? Why are they important to your family? Name 2 household objects that you take for granted today that people did not have 30 years ago. How have they changed the way you live? If the only thing from your life that your great- grandchildren had to examine was your collection of music, what would they think of how your generation lived?
Bellwork 9/8 Have a seat, open your notebooks and date them 9/8. In your notes, copy down our definition of history. History: 1. The study of people and events of the past including what happened and why it happened. 2. The ever-changing story of the human race.
9/8 Open your books to page 353. Popcorn reading 3 “Evidence” in your group. As a group answer the 3 questions at the end of the reading in your notes.
Daily Agenda 9/12 Bellwork: Open your notebooks and date them 9/12. Copy the notes from your reading on evidence Primary: record that comes directly from the past and recorded by a witness. Secondary: recorded after the event at a later time by someone who didn’t experience the event Example: Ad./Dis. Ad: Gives big picture of event Dis: no eye-witness Ad./Dis. Ad: Adds excitement or mood Dis: might not all agree
Daily Agenda 9/12 Historical Method 1. Ask Questions- 5 W’s 2. Gather Evidence 3. Create an Inference(hypothesis) 4. Evaluate Evidence 5. Corroborate the Evidence 6. Write a Historical Account
Bellwork 9/13 Open notebooks, date them 9/13 and copy the notes below: Objective: story/account based on facts Subjective: story/account influenced by feeling, personal opinion Reliable: to depend on for accuracy Ex.: Authentic: The real thing, not fake Ex.:
Bellwork: Open your notebooks and date them 9/14. Copy down the following questions about the video on a separate sheet of paper in your notebook. Leave enough space between questions to answer them in full sentences. This is a graded homework assignment 1. What is the big question being asked? 2. Create a T-Chart and classify as much evidence as you can as primary or secondary 3. Based on the evidence in the first 5 minutes of the movie, what is your inference(hypothesis)? 4. Name one piece of authentic evidence and why it is authentic. 5. Name one piece of evidence that might be unreliable. Why do you think that? 6. In one paragraph(5-7 sentences) write an objective historical account about the typewriter in the video.
Bellwork 9/15 Open notebooks, date them 9/15 and copy the notes below: Inference: a hypothesis or educated guess based on the available evidence Context: The natural setting in which evidence is found Frame of Reference: our individual feelings, values, customs, and experiences which affect the way we view the world.
Ernie Pyle Evidence Primary 4. Pratt’s military files show that he served in Okinawa where Pyle was killed. 5. Typewriter dates from 1916 which seems old for a report to be using in 1945 7. Ernie Pyle wrote his name in a corona typewriter in N.M, identical to Eric’s. 9. According to a letter written by Pyle, he gave another typewriter to a soldier 11. Eric’s Corona matches no known letters written by Pyle including on written 10 days before death. 13. Pyle spent his last moments with George Pratt before he was killed. Secondary 1. Eric’s grandfather’s story told by Eric about winning the typewriter at a poker game from G. Pratt 2. Eric’s grandfather was a veteran and idolized Pyle 3. Wes(history detective) has seen much WW2 memorabilia as not authentic 6. Dennis(typewriter guy) shares that the same model was made between 12-40 and would be used. 8. Ernie Pyle used old beat up Corona typewriters(Wes) 10. Owen(IU) believes story to be true because Pyle was covering 77 th infantry(Pratt) 12. Pyle could have had multiple typewriters on Okinawa(Wes)
Historical Account Ernie Pyle was a famous war reporter during WW2 that used old beat up Corona typewriters. He had many different typewriters that on at least one occasion he gave to a soldier when he came under enemy fire. One such Corona typewriter was found and is displayed at the Albuquerque museum with his name written in it. An identical typewriter was recently uncovered by the grandson of a man who claims to have won the typewriter in a poker game with a soldier named George Pratt. George Pratt, according to his military records, served in the 77 th infantry in Okinawa during WW2. This is the same regiment that Ernie Pyle was covering when he was killed. In fact, on the day he was killed Pyle was with Pratt and a few others and came upon enemy fire. Although no known letters exist that match the typewriter that was recovered by Pratt, Pyle likely had multiple typewriters with him and had not gotten a chance to use this one before he met his untimely death.
Bellwork 9/16 Take out notebooks, date them 9/16 and copy down the notes: Historical Method: 6 step process historians use to write history 1. Ask Questions- 5 W’s 2. Gather Evidence 3. Create an Inference(hypothesis) 4. Evaluate Evidence 5. Corroborate the Evidence 6. Write a Historical Account
Bellwork 9/20 Open your notebooks, date them 9/20 and copy the following notes down: Chronology: A list of events in the order in which they occurred. Cause and Effect: A sequence of events in which one event or person causes another event or person to happen Perception: The process of absorbing and interpreting information from the senses.
Bellwork 9/22 Open your notebooks, date them 9/22 and copy the following notes down: Fact: A statement that can be proven Opinion: A statement based on personal feeling Corroboration: several pieces of evidence that tell the same story