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1 Pacific Northwest History Entry Tasks 2015 Second Semester

2 Entry Task #21 Turn in mock initiative Complete self and group evaluation of project Sounding Off Presentations Vote on best initiatives Finish Dirty Jobs

3 Learning Targets I can give a presentation on my Sounding Off on the Sound Project I can evaluate myself and/or my group’s performance on the Sounding Off project

4 Important Dates Thursday: Journal Check

5 Entry Task #21 4/24/15 What is required for a voter to get an initiative on the ballot to be voted on? Agenda: Turn in mock initiative Complete self and group evaluation of project Sounding Off Presentations Vote on best initiatives Finish Dirty Jobs Learning Targets: I can give a presentation on my Sounding Off on the Sound Project I can evaluate myself and/or my group’s performance on the Sounding Off project Important Dates: Thursday: Journal Check

6 Entry Task 20 4/22/15 What is a bill, initiative, and referendum? Agenda: What will happen on Friday? Video: Trapped Write a mock initiative Work on Sounding Off Project Learning Target: I can read an initiative I can write a mock initiative while using a real initiative as a model. Important Dates: Friday: Sounding Off Project Due….that is next class!

7 Entry Task 19 4/20/15 How is Maple Valley connected to the Puget Sound? Agenda: Collect Field Trip Journals Finish Six Degrees to Puget Sound Work on Sounding Off Project Video: Dirty Jobs/Taylor Shellfish Learning Targets: I can follow the path of the Cedar River and infer the impact certain locations have on the river and the Puget Sound Important Dates: Friday: Sounding Off Project Due….that is 4 Days!!

8 Entry Task #18 4/16/15 What are 3 interesting facts you learned on our Seattle Waterfront field trip? Agenda: Collect Field Trip Journals Six Degrees to Puget Sound assignment Learning Targets: I can follow the path of the Cedar River and infer the impact certain locations have on the river and the Puget Sound Important Dates: Friday 4/24: Sounding Off Project Due….that is 8 Days!!

9 Entry Task #17 4/1/15 What is Six Degrees of Separation? Agenda: Project proposal to be written on Friday Class time to work on Sounding Off project Six Degrees to Puget Sound assignment Learning Targets: I can follow the path of the Cedar River and infer the impact certain locations have on the river and the Puget Sound Important Dates: Friday: Permission Slip and $9 Due Tuesday 4/14: Field Trip Friday 4/24: Sounding Off Project Due

10 Entry Task #16 No Entry Task Question today

11 Entry Task #15 3/26/15 What are three Sounding Off Project choices that someone can choose to share with others about the Puget Sound? Agenda: Finish talking about the Sounding Off project Six Degrees to Puget Sound assignment Learning Targets: I can describe how I can score a high grade on my Sounding Off Project. I can follow the path of the Cedar River and infer the impact certain locations have on the river and the Puget Sound Important Dates: Friday 4/3: Permission Slip and $9 Due Tuesday 4/14: Field Trip Friday 4/24: Sounding Off Project Due

12 Entry Task #14 3/24/15 There are 3 Native stereotypes in Smoke Signals. Which characters are the… Warrior Story Teller Drunk Agenda: Finish watching Smoke Signals Assign Sounding Off on the Sound Project Show student examples of project Learning Targets: I can describe the five main characters in Smoke Signals I can compare/contrast Victor, Thomas, and Arnold Important Dates: Friday 4/3: Permission Slip and $9 Due Tuesday 4/14: Field Trip Friday 4/24: Sounding Off Project Due

13 Entry Task #13 3/20/15 Why was studying the Kennewick Man important to science and historians? Why was burying the Kennewick Man important to the Umatilla tribe? Agenda: Collect art assignment Naia the skeleton: orld/americas/skeleton-mexico- americans/ Begin watching Smoke Signals Learning Targets: I can describe the five main characters in Smoke Signals I can compare/contrast Victor, Thomas, and Arnold Important Dates: Friday 4/3: Permission Slip and $9 Due Tuesday 4/14: Field Trip

14 Entry Task #12 3/18/15 Why was legend telling and art so important to Native culture? Agenda: Kennewick Man video clips and assignment Work on Native Art Learning Targets: I can explain and evaluate the two sides in the Kennewick Man controversy. I can state my opinion on what you think should happen to the Kennewick Man Important Dates: Friday: Native Art Due Friday 4/3: Permission Slip and $9 Due Tuesday 4/14: Field Trip

15 Entry Task #11 3/16/15 How did the location of the Coastal and Plateau tribes impact their clothing, food, and housing? Agenda: Assign Native Art and Field Trip Form Finish Coastal/Plateau textbook assignment Kennewick Man Assignment Learning Targets: I can compare/contrast Coastal and Plateau Tribes I can show understanding of the Native and Scientific side of the Kennewick Man argument. Important Dates: Friday: Native Art Due Friday 4/3: Permission Slip and $9 Due Tuesday 4/14: Field Trip

16 Entry Task #10 3/12/15 Where were the coastal and plateau tribes located in our state? Agenda: Did you turn in your slideshow notes and how to make a law assignments? Coastal/Plateau textbook assignment Learning Target: I can compare/contrast Coastal and Plateau Tribes

17 Entry Task #9 3/10/15 What are the main duties for each branch of the government? Agenda: Did you turn in your county map assignment? Branches of government slideshow How to Make a Law in WA St. Video: Supreme Justice Learning Targets: I can identify the 3 branches of government and describe the duties of each branch I can explain how a law can be made in Washington State I can sequence and predict a Supreme Court Decision Important Dates: none

18 Entry Task #8 3/6/15 What are the main duties Agenda: Collect journals Finish and turn in county map assignment Branches of government slideshow How to Make a Law in WA St. Learning Targets: I can identify the 3 branches of government and describe the duties of each branch I can explain how a law can be made in Washington State Important Dates: None

19 Entry Task #7 3/4/15 What is a county seat? City Hall? What is the county seat of King County? Where is the city hall of Maple Valley? Agenda: Fill out the county names and county seats on a blank map Calculate and answer population questions Color map based on county populations in 2010 Find the county names in a wordsearch Learning Targets: I can find the county names and county seats and plot them on a map I can calculate population statistics I can color the counties based on population statistics Important Dates: Friday: County Assignment Due/Notebook Check

20 Entry Task #6 2/24/15 None due to the assessment Common Core Performance Task: Earth Day https://sites.google.com/a/tahomasd. us/earth-day-performance-task-- grade-9/home I can read an article and flyers, and watch 3 videos on Earth Day and answers questions.

21 Entry Task #5 2/13/15 Where in the PNW are there rain shadows and how is the weather impacted? Agenda: Collect Wind and Rain/Rain Forest Assignments Journal Check Video: Mystery of the Mega Floods Learning Target: I can find evidence that proves that mega floods shaped Eastern Washington. Important Dates: 12:45 pm…Vacation Begins!!

22 Entry Task #4 2/11/15 What are the 5 geographic regions of Washington State? Agenda: MAP TEST!!!! Journal Check Finish Regions Group Assignment Work on Wind/Rain and Rainforest Assignments Learning Targets: I can identify and describe the 5 geographic regions of WA I can complete my assigned task and be a positive contributor to my group Important Dates: Friday: Wind and Rain and Rainforest assignments due and Vacation Begins!

23 Entry Task #3 2/9/24 What volcanoes are located in the Cascade Mountains? (view the Cascade Mountains slideshow) Agenda: Collect Rivers assignment Rain Shadow Notes in Journal Wind and Rain and Rainforest Assignments Regions of WA Group Assignment Learning Targets: I can identify and describe the 5 geographic regions of WA I can identify the 3 rain shadows in the PNW and their impact on the weather I can complete my assigned task and be a positive contributor to my group Important Dates: Wed: Map Test and Journal Check Friday: Wind and Rain and Rainforest assignments due

24 Entry Task #2 2/2/15 Define the following river terms: 1.Headwaters 2.Mouth 3.Tributary Agenda: Did you turn in your signature form? Do you have an entry task journal? Mapping the Pacific Northwest Washington State Song Rivers assignment Learning Targets: I can identify and locate important cities, land forms, and water forms in the PNW. I can interpret and re-write the Washington State Song. Important Dates: Thursday: Washington Song/Rivers Assignments Due Wednesday 2/11: Map Test/Journal Check

25 Entry Task #1 1/28/15 What states and provinces are located in the Pacific Northwest? States: Provinces: Agenda: How to complete an entry task Syllabus (very brief) State Symbols Begin Seahawks History Learning Targets: I can identify the state symbols of Washington State. I can identify and describe important events and individuals in Seahawks history. Important Dates: Friday: Syllabus Due/State Symbols Quiz


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