Presentation on theme: "11/4-11/8. Thinking back to the other day, what were three of the things that we would have encountered had we been a pilgrim travelling on the Mayflower?"— Presentation transcript:
Thinking back to the other day, what were three of the things that we would have encountered had we been a pilgrim travelling on the Mayflower?
Explain how the Pilgrims managed to survive their first years in the Plymouth Colonies Compare and Contrast the Wampanoag Indians and Plymouth Gain useful vocabulary for the 13 Colonies
Complete the following: Interactive website followed by a RAFT Compare and Contrast Timeline I will be collecting this for a grade on Monday.
Which settlement would you have wanted to live in, Jamestown or Plymouth (Pilgrims)? Why? Must contain 3-4 sentences Get your Vocab Homework out, Leave on desk. Place Pilgrim Packet into Orange Bin.
Review our vocabulary homework to make sure we understand the words and their definitions. Identify the geographical regions and their differences between the 13 Colonies.
Students will need 3 different color, crayons, markers, or colored pencils. Colored map as a class together Students worked with a partner who was near them to answer the 10 questions that were based off of the map
To help students remember the 13 colonies, and get use to using vocabulary, we learned a song. This song is on my webpage, and can be found on Youtube.com Students had to underline vocabulary terms, and box definitions that were in the song. They even had to define the words that we underlined as a class as well.
What are the names of the 4 New England Colonies? What are the names of the 4 Middle Colonies? What present-day states are missing in the 13 Colonies?
Examine why the 13 colonies were formed, and who formed them through a podcast When students are done with the podcast, they will have time to go through a Study Island lesson that will help us finish up the 13 Colonies. Classes will also have an opportunity to teach the song to students who were absent at the time.
Study Island Log-in: lsc(insert Lunch Number) Password: Lunch Number
What was the similar theme for the founding of the New England Colonies?.
Finish our podcast lessons with Mr. Zoller about why the 13 colonies were founded. Explain how English political traditions influenced the 13 colonies Describe the responsibilities of early colonial governments Understand how Navigations Acts affect the colonies’ economy
Mr. Zoller’s podcasts can be found on youtube.com I have placed the links on my webpage under classlinks. Mr. Zoller will help guide you through the lesson.
Answer the following based on our packet that we just completed: Which colony would you chose to live in and why? What are the two main reasons that all of the colonies were founded based on your research?
All students are taking the Science MSL today. Tomorrow will be another A-day to make sure students are not behind a full day.
Log-in: LCS(insert lunch #) Password: lunch # Lunch#s will vary from student to student, they should know them.
Log-on to studyisland.com Take the History Pre-test This Pre-test is very similar to the EOG questions
Get our your laptop and log-on to Edmodo.com Write down your homework. Raise your hand so Mr. Toth or Ms. Farley can sign our agenda. Turn in your progress reports
Demonstrate our research skills and our knowledge of the 13 colonies with a project :D
Log-on to Edmodo.com and complete the assignment listed above. You will have today’s class time to complete the task asked of you. It should not take any more time than today’s class.
Log-on to study island when done with our posters and complete the Historical Thinking lesson, games, and test.
Get out your project. Turn it in to Edmodo.com, or have it out on our desk. I will be collecting these. Answer: What colonies did you choose to do the project on and why? Write down your homework.
GO to the back of the room. Excludes new students. Students who didn’t do their project will have 30 minutes to compete their work. Students who did their project will be able to play study games on studyisland.com
Clear your desk of everything except a pen or pencil.
Lets take a virtual fieldtrip! You will need to answer questions as we watch the video. Talking and disruptive behavior = 4x4
Would you have liked to live in the colonial era (the days of the colonies)? Explain. Needs to be 3-4 sentences in length.
Read pages 102-106 Answer questions: 1(a-b), 2(a-b), and 4-7 Turn in to orange bin. Pick up Homework next to sign out laptop. Read quietly when done.
Go to http://www.history.org/kids/visitUS/#colonial People http://www.history.org/kids/visitUS/#colonial People
Log-on to studyisland.com Complete 13 Colonies assignments
Write down: Review day Write down your homework. Get out Daily Life in Colonial America Sheet, and your laptop.
Finish up the Daily Life activity we started the day before Review for their Unit Test that will occur next time I see them.
You will have 30mins to complete page 22 of your notebook as we started this task yesterday. You may work with your group members.
Review puzzles: I have, Who has: 13 colonies, slave trade, and Powhatan tribe. Review Games: Quia.com Studyisland.com
Unit Test Day!!! Log-on to quia.com take “Unit 2 Test” When done, take “America Revolution Pre- test”