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1 History Content 5.4 Standard Stud ents understand the political, religious, social, and economic institutions that evolved in the colonial era.

2 Teaching Problem S tudents have a problem creating Cornell summaries that integrate critical thinking skills. Teac hing Solution S tudents can use S.P.E.C. as a system to increase critical thinking skills while writing Cornell summaries.

3 1st teaching attempt of S.P.E.C.

4 Students have little visual understanding of Social, Political, Economic, and Culture in order to make a critical thinking skills connection to history text. Teaching Problem

5 S ocial P olitical E conomic C ulture S.P.E.C.

6 S ocial H uman Opinions Living Standards Social-Class Human Interest Human Communication Human Behaviors Human Attitude Human Interaction RETURN

7 P olitical Government Laws Leaders Social Problems D ebates Elections Power RETURN Rule RETURN

8 Money RETURN E conomic Business Buyer and Seller Stores Production of Goods T rade Supply and Demand Resources RETURN

9 C ulture RETURN Education Farming Science Language Religion M usic C lothing Activities RETURN

10 Social Picture

11 Political Picture RETURN

12 Economic Picture RETURN

13 Cultural Pictures RETURN

14 Pedagogy S.P. E.C. ( modified for Cornell Notes) How can S.P.E.C improve students' Cornell summaries to include critical thinking skills rather than restatement of facts?

15 Name: Period: Date: Chapter:____ Page :__ S ocial: Political: Economic: Cultural: History Topics -COPY-

16 Name: Period: Date: Chapter:____ Page :__ Jamestown John Smith Pocahontas ·he was the leader of the new town called Jamestown after the King of England. ·he made people work like building homes and growing food to eat. ·he used is soldier skills to protect the colony from the local natives. ·she was the daughter of a local tribe chief. ·she was considered an important person in causing peace. ·she help with peaceful trading between Indians and colonists. History Topics S ocial: P olitical: E conomic: C ultural: ·a group of business men were allowed by King James to create a company. ·the company sent ships to discover new land and riches from the land. ·the sailors landed in 1607 and began looking for gold.

17 Name: Period: Date: Chapter:____ Page :__ S ocial: Pocahontas liked John Smith Political: companies had to ask a King for permission. Economic: companies goal was to find gold. Cultural: the colonist learned farming from the Indians. Jamestown John Smith Pocahontas ·a group of business men were allowed by King James to create a company. ·the company sent ships to discover new land and riches from the land. ·the sailors landed in 1607 and began looking for gold. ·he was the leader of the new town called Jamestown after the King of England. ·he made people work like building homes and growing food to eat. ·he used is soldier skills to protect the colony from the local natives. ·she was the daughter of a local tribe chief. ·she was considered an important person in causing peace. ·she help with peaceful trading between Indians and colonists. History Topics

18 Pedagogy Whit e-out ( modified for Cornell Notes) How can White-out help students learn and understand S.P.E.C. for Cornell summaries?

19 "' Even though both of the settlements at Roanoke Island had failed, some English merchants wanted to start a new colony in Virginia. With the permission of the King James I, these merchants set up the Virginia Company" (Ch.4 pg.162). Name: Period: Date: S ocial: Political: Economic: Cultural: Pull Economic: " these merchants set up the Virginia Company" -or- James town was discovered because of a business adventure. Jamestown:

20 "J amestown might have become another Roanoke if it had not been for Captain John Smith, a soldier, explorer, and writer. When he became leader of Jamestown, he made an important rule for the colonist-- anyone who did not work did not eat" (Ch.4 pg.163). Pull Political: " When he became leader of Jamestown, he made an important rule for the colonist--" -or- John Smith created rules for the colonist to follow. Name: Period: Date: S ocial: Political: Economic: Cultural: John Smith:

21 "O ne day, while exploring, Captain Smith was captured. A legend says that Chief Powhatan ordered Smith to be killed, but the chief's daughter Pocahontas... saved his life" (Ch.4 pg.163). S ocial: Political: Economic: Cultural: Name: Period: Date: Pull Social: " but the chief's daughter Pocahontas... saved his life" -or- Pocahontas and John Smith's relations created peace. Pocahontas:

22 Citiations

23 Attachments 2nd_Semester_Cornell_Notes.pdf


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