Presentation on theme: "YOU NEED: Meade College Rule Spiral Notebook OR 3-Ring Binder For Social Studies ONLY This Notebook Will Be Graded 2011-2012 School Year."— Presentation transcript:
YOU NEED: Meade College Rule Spiral Notebook OR 3-Ring Binder For Social Studies ONLY This Notebook Will Be Graded 2011-2012 School Year
YOUR TITLE PAGE We will add Pictures AND words that illustrate the unit at a later time Neat Colorful Your Name and Period Unit Title: The Road towards Revolution 1 INSIDE OF FRONT COVER OF THE SPIRAL or NOTEBOOK
1 INSIDE OF FRONT COVER OF THE SPIRAL or NOTEBOOK Student Steve Period 3 – 4 – 5 – 7 1 WAR? TEA NO Taxation without representation PEACE? Which way to go? LIBERTY?LOYALTY?
32 TABLE OF CONTENTS Lesson # Lesson Title Page # 1 What to Expect 8-9 UNIT 1 SOCIAL STUDIES LEARNING LOG Enduring Understandings Learning Targets Name: ______________________________________________ Period: _________ MY EVIDENCE OF UNDERSTANDING I think the following is evidence of my level of learning LEVEL OF MY UNDERSTANDING Advanced Proficient ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS LEARNING TARGETS 1.1 – People have natural rights and governments are created to protect those rights. 1.2 – When government is destructive of the natural rights of men, the people have the right and duty to overthrow that government. 1.3 – Failure to find a compromise leads to conflict. 1.1.A – I understand the rights all people have. 1.1.B – I understand one purpose of government is to protect the natural rights of people. 1.2.A – I understand why the colonists thought it necessary to rebel. l.1.2.B – I understand how the Declaration of Independence and the concept of “liberty” justified rebellion. 1.3.A – I understand the conflicting viewpoints in the colonies about rebellion. 1.3.B – I understand why war was necessary and why the US won. 1.3.C – I understand the terms of the Treaty of Paris ending the war.
Do NOT Write the Definitions Here! Vocabulary terms and definitions go on your flashcards. 54 FLASHCARD LIST # Term 1 social contract SOCIAL CONTRACT An implicit agreement among people that results in the organization of society individuals surrender liberty in return for protection
WHAT TO EXPECT? Lesson 1 OBJECTIVES: Identify the importance of understanding the influence of expectations. List the class expectations for social studies this year. What are some of your expectations of: this class? me? PLEASE DO NOW! What are these cartoons telling us about expectations? 3 lines minimum So, why is discussing expectations important? WRAP UP Draw a picture that illustrates the main idea of this lesson. Include: at least three COLORS a caption be neat 98 AMERICAN HISTORY Mr. Simons & Mrs. Michaud 2011-2012 CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS Be Prepared! Bring all necessary materials to class daily. This includes: agenda book pens and pencils Your Interactive Notebook (spiral or binder) colored pencils glue stick and/or clear tape any practice/assignments Be On Time! Be in your seat and prepared to work each day. Be Courteous! I expect you to treat one another and me with respect. Put downs will not be allowed. One person speaks at a time. STANDARDS-BASED GRADING SYSTEM See the special pamphlet on Standards-Based Grading. ABSENCE FROM CLASS Check my Web Site: neshaminy.schoolwires.com/sms/site/default.asp OR select Simons under Staff on the Sandburg website. Use Edmodo (www.edmodo.com), our class social learning network. You can email me. My school email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Check with me for information about what happened in class during your absence. I strongly recommend picking a friend to be your “study buddy” who you can call if you are absent from class. DAILY EMAIL REMINDERS You and your parents have the option to receive daily e-mail reminders about practice, assignments, and upcoming events. The Influence of Expectations Our expectations affect ____________ when approaching a situation, a person, an item, which then influences the _____ we make.