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1 warm up 8/15/12 I want warm ups to be in complete sentences, not just the answers Write down the 6 states that touch Iowa. So you would write…”Iowa is touched by…..” Quick write: react to the following quote with your opinion, thoughts, ideas. 30 word minimum response for full pts. (yes include the quote in your response) “You get educated by traveling” Solange Knowles

2 US map labeling & memory cues DE = delaware MD = maryland CT = connecticut MA = massachusetts label the Great Lakes: SMHEO Chunk the western states that you know by outlining them with a marker underline w/marker 5 random states you need to learn

3 warm up 8/16/12 Write 5 states that touch the Atlantic Ocean and the capital for each one.

4 8/17/12 Match the capitals & states – write out 1. New Yorka. Carson City 2. Alaskab. Sacramento 3. Californiac. Atlanta 4. Michigand. Albany 5. Nevadae. Lansing 6. Illinoisf. Juneau 7. Marylandg. Springfield 8. Georgiah. Annapolis

5 8/17/12 schedule warm up work on vocab computer game: timer starts as soon as it opens so need to start immediately or your time is longer choose “national” map, not regional map off to the assembly when they call us

6 Monday Warm up 8/20/12 write “US map” number your paper 1 – 8 write the state & capital

7 schedule for 8/20 warm up practice us map labeling while ms. strawn checks vocab completion cut/glue/tape vocab into notebooks vocab summary notes in notebook more us map practice if time HW – study states and capitals

8 divide your note paper into 4’s EXPLORER Columbus – NATIVE AMERICANS Hohokam – Bering Strait – Ice Age - Indigenous – Iroquios Confederation – Matriarchal – WHY COME TO AMERICA? push factors – pull factors - colonization – Countries in Europe set up colonies in America to get natural resources & expand their power and influence draw a picture to represent each term which country sponsored him & where did he travel & why did he travel famine, drought, loss of jobs, loss of land, too powerful king land, $, freedom

9 Tuesday Warm up 8/21/12 write “US map” number your paper 1 – 8 write the state & capital

10 schedule for 8/21 warm up 20 minutes to independently read and answer questions Using complete sentences, answer the questions on the next blank page of your notebook, skipping one blank page for the 2 nd ½ of vocab words 2 nd ½ of vocab summary notes in notebook more us map practice if time HW – study states and capitals

11 Reading #1 questions

12 AVID vocab strategies circle the name of the explorer on the vocab list underline the name of the N. American tribe that settled in Arizona “chunk” the people who were important to the early colonies in an area around your vocab list, write a test question for 1 of the words.

13 French & Indian War Also called: “Seven Years War” GB fought against France GB won & started taxing the colonists to pay for the war Colonists resented the extra taxes & started thinking about independence. 13 Colonies Early leaders in America John Smith – GB, Jamestown William Penn – Quaker, started Pennsylvania Roger Williams – RI – govt and church run separately Anne Hutchinson – Puritan – went to RI for freedom of religion Early Life in America 1607 – Jamestown – 1 st colony 1620 – Plymouth - pilgrims House of Burgesses – 1 st law-making body in America Quakers – simple faith, freedom of ideas Many colonies did not separate church & govt. Draw an outline of the 13 colonies. label each of the 3 regions describe life in each one slaves north – house servants & artisans Middle – worked farms South – most lived here, worked the plantations

14 4 Wednesday practice

15 Thursday warm up 8/23/12 write the state!

16 schedule for 8/23 warm up AVID strategies on the 2 vocab summary pages partner capital practice quiz: score 80% or higher and get +5 on your test tomorrow to start! reading #2 – silent reading and question answering in your notebook, same page as the 1 st one or near it make sure your notebook is ready to go study states and capitals

17 AVID strategies for summaries #1 vocab summary – circle the pull factor that appeals to you the most -circle what Columbus was looking for -write the definition of “indigenous” next to your picture and then underline it #2 vocab summary -circle an early religious group in colonies -circle the person who welcomed religious differences in his colony -explain life for a slave in the northern colonies in a space on your notes

18 no warm up today need to start on the test as soon as we can change points possible on the answer sheet to 58 instead of 50, I forgot to include the waters notebooks get turned in on the front table take a second and glue/tape anything in that needs it 1 st hour map contest people, I need a time for you this hour or at lunch

19 pick up notebook from floor in front of room warm up 8/27/12 Define colonization List one country that colonized in America List 2 push & 2 pull factors that made individual people want to come to America

20 8/27 schedule go over US map grades, match up capital portion with map portion –figure your total score –decide if you are retaking 1 part, both or non –turn map part in so grade can be recorded capitals: 23 – 25 = A 20 – 22 = B map: 58 – 53 = A 52 – 47 = B combined: 83 – 75 = A 74 – 67 = B 66 – 58 = C go over notebook grades – = A –86 – 77 = B –76 – 68 = C Rest of time Read p. 91 – 95 & take notes about the French & Indian War on the note sheet provided

21 primary day – what does that mean??

22 warm up 8/28/12 –write the entire sentence out please! The 1 st law making body in the colonies was called the _____________________. Matriarchal refers to ________________. QUIZ TIME! answer the questions on the scrap paper I am giving you - just the letter/answer will do. DO NOT WRITE ON THE QUIZ!

23 QUIZ ANSWERS 1. D 2. C 3. A 4. B 5. E 6. C 7. D 8. A 9. B 10. pull – famine, no jobs, no $, poor land, poor leader push – better land, freedoms, jobs, opportunity, adventure 11.colonization – setting up a colony in another land/area in the name of your home country st law making body in America 13.F 14.T 15.F 16.F 17.F 18.F 19.water route to India/China/Asia 20.kidnapped from Africa/brought on cargo ships from Africa 1 pt each factor 2 pts

24 CULTURE ACTIVITY Using the chart on the back of the French- Indian War note sheet, read the various selections about the topics & take notes. Everything is color coded. You are working independently & quietly There are times when I need you to work quietly to increase our time to complete work. We wasted a lot of time yesterday and it didn’t make for a very productive day. THANK YOU! This assignment will carry over to tomorrow.

25 warm up 8/29/12 How did the French- Indian War contribute to the start of the American Revolution?

26 Culture Activity Finish your 12 squares In your notebook, write paragraph explaining why you would or would not like to live during the colonial times that you have been reading about An A is 80 words or more. Explain your opinion with examples in the articles. Homework if you don’t finish in class


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