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 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 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 me. My school address is: 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 REMINDERS You and your parents have the option to receive daily 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.