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1 1/21: How does geography influence settlement and trade? Do Now: 1.Get Ancient India Map and write it in your table of contents 2.Write EQ in DN section 3.TPS – what are the ingredients for settlement?

2 1/21: How does geography influence settlement and trade? Jobs: 1.Irrigation Technician Locates fresh water sources 2.Defense Strategist Locates natural barriers 3.Engineer Locates natural resources 4.Ambassador Researches trade routes

3 1/21: How does geography influence settlement and trade? Directions: 1.Use map sources to locate and label all features listed 2.Focus on your job and share findings with team 3.As a team, create a thesis at the bottom of paper 4.As a team, answer the EQ

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7 Brahmaputra River

8 Deccan Plateau

9 Eastern and Western Ghats

10 Ganges River (Gunga)

11 Himalaya Mountains

12 Hindu Kush Mountains

13 Indus River

14 Thar Desert

15 Khyber Pass

16 Monsoon Winds

17 1/22: How does religion influence social hierarchy and how does it both unify and divide people? Do Now: 1.Put finished India maps in period bin (with name!) 2.TPS on these topics: What kinds of power do higher social classes have? What do most social hierarchies have in common?

18 1/22: How does religion influence social hierarchy and how does it both unify and divide people?

19 Directions: 1.Choose reading 2.Use target reading Caste system details Connection to religion 3.Answer EQ

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23 1/23: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Do Now: 1.Put EQ 4 and GQs in Period bin and get out HW 2.TPS Who were the three main Hindu Gods? What impact did religion have on social hierarchy?

24 What is Hinduism Hinduism is a collection of religious, philosophical, cultural ideas and practices that originated in the banks of Sindhu River (Who are called Hindus). characterized by the  One absolute being of multiple manifestations,  Belief in reincarnation,  The law of cause and effect (karma)  Following the path of righteousness and the  Desire for liberation (moksha) from the cycle of births and deaths.

25 The Scriptures Srimad-Bhagavad-Gita: (Bible of Hindus) 4 Vedas : Rig, Yajur, Saama & Atharva 108 Upanishads: Thithreya, Eeshavasya etc Epics: Ramayana & Mahabharata Puranas: Srimad-Bhagavatham, Garuda, Scanda Shastras (Rules): Artha (Economics & Politics), Vaastu (Architectural Science), Shilpa (Science of Sculpture) Aayur (Science of Medicine) Dharma (Righteousness) Yoga (Physical/Mental Balance)

26 System of Gods : The Trinity Lord Krishna : The Pure Consciousness Brahma The Creator Vishnu The Preserver Shiva The Destroyer

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28 Vishnu's 10 Avatar 1.Matsya: The Fish (Satya Yuga) 2.Koorma: The Tortoise (Satya Yuga) 3.Varaha: The Boar (Satya Yuga) 4.Narasimha: Half Human-Lion (Satya Yuga) 5.Vaamana: Dwarf Man (Treta Yuga) 6.Parashurama: Man with an Axe (Treta Yuga) 7.Rama: Perfect Man (Treta Yuga) 8.Krishna: Devine Philosopher (Dwapara) 9.Balaram: Krishna’s Brother (Dwapara) 10.Kalki: Yet to come (Kali)

29 Significance of Avatar The Avatar Evolution stage Matsya - fishAcquatic form Koorma - tortoiseAmphibian Varaha - boarLand animals Narasimha - half man-half lionTransition to human Vaman - dwarf manHomo sapiens Parashuram - man with an axeSavages Rama - moral manFamily and social life Krishna - philosophical manPhilosophy and teaching Buddha - teacherSpiritual life

30 Time Scale : Life of Brahma

31 From Gods to Us Purusha: Consciousness (Sprit) Prakrithi: Non-Conscious (Matter) Earth, Water, Fire, Either, Air Eternal, Peace/Bliss, Happiness JEEVA (Life’s Energy Contaminated Consciousness) Matter Sprit Ego (i and I) Intelligence Mind Body

32 How it is Explained 4 Paths to Realization – Bakthi: Path of Devotion (Festivals/Prayers) – Jnana: Path of Knowledge (Through Study) – Karma: Path of Work (Dedicated Work) – Sanyasa: Path of Renunciation (Surrender)

33 1/23: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Directions (choose 1 option): A.Use a laptop to research at least 3 hindu gods Ancientindia.co.uk; name, description, function B.Bhagavad-Gita DBQ with Mr. Vance

34 1/26: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Do Now: 1.Get out HW 2.Get Hinduism papers and add to table of contents 3.TPS – how would you answer the EQ so far?

35 1/28: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Do Now: 1.If you missed Monday, get all 3 Hinduism papers 2.TPS: in what ways does Hinduism affect culture? 3.TPS: Argue whether that effect is positive/negative

36 1/28: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Directions: 1.Target reading – Hindu beliefs/Festival of Diwali 2.Complete Hinduism pages – Due Friday 3.Extensions: India’s Untouchables The Ramayana Textbook

37 1/29 – What makes a good thesis statement? Do Now: 1.Get “Building a Thesis” 2.TPS: what is a thesis statement? 3.Write two examples of thesis statements About anything you want About a historical topic

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40 Five kind of weak thesis statements—ones that 1. make no claim (“This paper will examine the pros and cons of…”); 2. are obviously true or are a statement of fact (“Exercise is good for you”); 3. restate conventional wisdom (“Love conquers all”); 4. offer personal conviction as the basis for the claim (“Shopping malls are wonderful places”);and 5. make an overly broad claim (“Individualism is good”). 1/29 – What makes a good thesis statement?

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42 Scale: (Thesis divisions should be even in scope. Circle the division that does not belong) 1. Mesopotamian social hierarchy was made up of a high class, merchants, and an unskilled laborer class. 2. Mesopotamians had a writing system, advanced cities, and wore jewelry. 3. Hominids developed technology, controlled fire, and created stone tools. 1/28 – What makes a good thesis statement?

43 Directions: 1. Brainstorm details, examples, and facts that support your thesis 2. Group them into even categories 1/29 – What makes a good thesis statement?

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45 Thesis: 1/28 – What makes a good thesis statement?

46 1/30: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Do Now: 1.Put Samsara paper in period bin 2.Get The Story of the Buddha 3.TPS (serious and mature discussion) – what is an event from your life that made you change the way you live and the choices you make?

47 1/30: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Directions: 1.Fill in the blanks to record the Buddha’s life 2. Read the 4 Noble Truths and answer the guiding questions 3. Prediction – answer EQ with a prediction

48 1/30: How does religion influence culture and daily life? No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path – The Buddha I can only show you the door. You must walk through it - Morpheus

49 2/3: How does religion influence culture and daily life? Do Now: 1.Put Vocab paper in period bin 2.Get Noble Eightfold Path and India study guide 3.TPS: what are the 4 Noble Truths and do you agree with them? Why or why not?

50 2/3: How does religion influence culture and daily life?

51 2/4/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories? Do Now: 1.Choose one of the two levels of reading 2.TPS: So far, how do Hindu/Buddhist beliefs affect: Military strength Charity for the poor Developing technology Other cultural practices/achievements

52 2/4/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories? United States: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech” North Korea: The “president” is known as the “forever leader” He is worshipped like a god There are mythical stories told/written about him 3 generations of families are punished for disobeying him There are 3 TV channels and 605 internet users

53 2/4/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories? Directions: 1.Research the reign of Chandragupta Maurya 2.Record his actions/methods 3.Determine whether he used religion in his reign, and whether religion was a positive or negative force

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55 Do Now: 1.Get out yesterday’s paper 2.TPS: What did Chandragupta do and was it positive for India? How did Siddhartha (the Buddha) become enlightened 2/5/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories?

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57 Do Now: 1.Get out yesterday’s paper 2.TPS: What did Chandragupta do and was it positive for India? How did Siddhartha (the Buddha) become enlightened 2/6/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories?

58 Do Now: 1.Get out Ashoka’s Edicts 2.TPS with group – do you all have the same answers? 3.Predict – what other types of edicts might there be? 2/6/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories?

59 Directions: 1.With team, interpret the main idea(s) of each edict 2.Circle the category it belongs to 3.Tell why you chose that category Extension: Write edicts for your table! 2/6/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories?

60 1.Use class sets and textbooks to list the category and description of at least 3 Indian achievements 2.Explain the impact that religious beliefs had on these achievements 2/6/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories?

61 Do Now: 1.Get out Indian Achievements HW 2.TPS: what were their achievements and how can you categorize them? 3.Get “Building your Thesis” and “Prewrite” 2/9/15 – What is the role of religion in unifying and governing large territories?

62 Do Now: 1.Get out thesis papers (prewrite, brainstorm, etc.) 2.Get out any needed information (papers, books, etc.) 2/11/15 – Did religion have a positive or negative effect on ancient Indian civilization? Skill: Use evidence to form a convincing argument

63 1.Presentation (Thesis): 8pts Claim that answers the EQ with an argument 3 divisions that logically support the claim All 3 divisions are even in scope 2.Support of topic with Information:12pts At least 2 specific, concrete details in each division Details are explained and used to support claim Specific social studies vocabulary is used 2/6/15 – Did religion have a positive or negative effect on ancient Indian civilization?

64 _____(State your argument)______ because ___(A)___, ___(B)____, and ___(C)___ Answer EQ with Claim + 3 divisions (categories) of evidence A. Introduce 1 st division and include 3 concrete details of evidence Ex A1. Introduce 1 st concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex A2. Introduce 2 nd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex A3. Introduce 3 rd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ B. Introduce 2 nd division and include 3 concrete details of evidence C. Introduce 3 rd division and include 3 concrete details of evidence Ex C1. Introduce 1 st concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex C2. Introduce 2 nd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex C3. Introduce 3 rd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex B1. Introduce 1 st concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex B2. Introduce 2 nd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex B3. Introduce 3 rd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ

65 Thesis : __________________________________ A. _____________________________________ A1. ___________________________________ A1a. _________________________________ A2. ___________________________________ A2a. _________________________________ A3. ___________________________________ A3a. _________________________________ B. _____________________________________ Answer EQ with Claim + 3 divisions (categories) of evidence Introduce 1 st division and include 3 concrete details of evidence Introduce 1 st concrete detail Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Introduce 2 nd concrete detail Introduce 3 rd concrete detail Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Introduce 1 st division and include 3 concrete details of evidence

66 A. Introduce 1 st division and include 3 concrete details of evidence Ex A1. Introduce 1 st concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex A2. Introduce 2 nd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex A3. Introduce 3 rd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ B. Introduce 2 nd division and include 3 concrete details of evidence

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68 1.Thesis – Answer EQ with Claim and Evidence 2.Body A – This is true because 1, 2 and 3 – Key point 1 is an example of why body A is true 1, 2, and 3 are examples or reasons why Key point A makes sense – 1, 2, and 3 are very important because….. – Without 1, 2, and 3, …………. – 1, 2, and 3 are related to ___________________ because…………….. – Key point 2 is an example of why body A is true 1, 2, and 3 are examples or reasons why Key point B makes sense – 1, 2, and 3 are very important because….. – Without 1, 2, and 3, …………. – 1, 2, and 3 are related to ___________________ because…………….. – Key point 3 is an example of why body A is true 1, 2, and 3 are examples or reasons why Key point C makes sense – 1, 2, and 3 are very important because….. – Without 1, 2, and 3, …………. – 1, 2, and 3 are related to ___________________ because…………….. 3.Body B - This is true because 1, 2, and 3 4.Body C - This is true because 1, 2, and 3 5.Conclusion Intro1 Intro2 Intro3 Intro4 Thesis A. A1. A1a. A1b. A2. A2a. A2b. A3. A3a. A3b.

69 Do Now: Clear off your desk and meditate Geography section notes: Boxes with arrows describe what the arrow points to Bodies of water - #5, 7, 8 Once you finish you test and put it in the period bin: Continue planning for your thesis tomorrow India Test!

70 A. Introduce 1 st division and include 3 concrete details of evidence Ex A1. Introduce 1 st concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex A2. Introduce 2 nd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Ex A3. Introduce 3 rd concrete detail - Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ B. Introduce 2 nd division and include 3 concrete details of evidence Thesis : __________________________________ A. _____________________________________ A1. ___________________________________ A1a. _________________________________ A2. ___________________________________ A2a. _________________________________ A3. ___________________________________ A3a. _________________________________ B. _____________________________________ Answer EQ with Claim + 3 divisions (categories) of evidence Introduce 1 st division and include 3 concrete details of evidence Introduce 1 st concrete detail Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ Introduce 2 nd concrete detail Explain how this detail is an answer to the EQ


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