Presentation on theme: "The month of October Colonial America. Monday, 10/6/14 Come in quickly and quietly, and please have a seat. Write down your homework: On page 27- create."— Presentation transcript:
Monday, 10/6/14 Come in quickly and quietly, and please have a seat. Write down your homework: On page 27- create a word search or crossword using 10 of the 16 words that are part of our new vocabulary. Use the definitions as clues to the words you want us to find. Highlight or circle the answers. Due tomorrow. Moravians of Salem (Enrichment Reading) due Friday. It is on paper and Edmodo.com Add to your Table of Contents: L27- Colonial America Word-search (your homework, see Study Guide for a Crossword Example) R28- Colonial America Vocabulary – Unit 3
Log-on to Quizlet.com Search C_Farley. Click on Colonial America Unit 3 By the end of class you are expected to complete the test section for your new vocabulary. Record your test score on page 4 of your notebook. If you finish the test before class is over, complete your homework. Study Guide is available to fill in throughout our unit as well, I would start filling in what you can.
Tuesday, 10/7/14 Come in quickly and quietly. Please have a seat and get out your homework from last night. (Page L27- Self Created Wordsearch/Crossword Puzzle) Write down tonight’s homework: Moravians of Salem Enrichment Reading- Due Friday Add to your Table of Contents: L29- Primary V. Secondary Sources Practice with Pictures R30- Primary V. Secondary Sources Notes
What is the difference between a Primary and Secondary Source?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cq XHO7bTPnw While we watch the short video on Primary v. Secondary Sources, please complete your notes on page R30. This PowerPoint is located on edmodo.com This is a self guided activity, therefore, I should not hear any talking. If you have a question, raise your hand and I will be with you as quickly as possible. This should be a quick review for many of us. There is no noise, so we should not need headphones.
Why do we need to understand the difference between primary and secondary sources? Throughout the year we will be interacting with primary and secondary sources. We will be asked to examine, analyze, and interpret such sources. You will use primary and secondary sources to complete your projects in every class.
Practice Using the notes you just took from the video, identify the following sources as primary or secondary. If you finish early, work on your Enrichment Reading.
Wednesday, 10/8/14 Please come in quickly and quietly, and have a seat. If you have any missing work to turn in, please do so now. Write down your homework: Enrichment Reading “Moravians of Salem” due Friday, 10/10/14 Colony Project due Friday, 10/17/14. We will go over the requirements before the end of class. We will start looking at how the 13 original colonies are formed today. Add to your Table of Contents: L31- How is North America divided among the European countries? R32-Reasons why people left the “Old World” (aka Europe) Get out 4 different colored pens, pencils, highlighters, or crayons.
How is the New World going to be divided now that it has been found? Students will need 4 different colors.
Why would people leave their homes in Europe to come to North America? With this activity, we will: be able to illustrate the "push factors" in England and the "pull factors“ in the colonies and appraise the created current of immigration to America. (I) -Who’s going to America? (the activity) Define the circumstances, and describe the individual that would come to the British Americas in pursuit of advancing within, or because of the following: economics, agriculture, religion, social class, and nationality. After you have done this be sure to: Prepare answers to each of the above. Provide at least three examples or anecdotes for each of them. Prepare a brief presentation, complete with visuals (drawings) that enhance your responses to the questions. Use the space at the bottom of page 2, along with page L31 to sketch your drawings.
Thursday, 10/9/14 Quickly and quietly have a seat, please get your laptops out and log-on to edmodo.com Complete your Weekly 5: 10/11/14 Write down your homework: Enrichment Reading “Moravians of Salem” due tomorrow, 10/12/14 Colonies Project due Friday, 10/17/14 Page 31- Complete the prompt at the bottom of page 2. Complete visuals (drawings) that enhance your responses to the questions.
Friday, 10/10/14 Come in quickly and quietly, and have a seat. Turn to page L31 of your notebook, and pass your Enrichment Reading Responses to the front of your row. Write down your homework: Colonies Project due Friday, 10/17/14 You will be checking to see if your peer did their homework. Ask them what their drawings represent, why the drew _____, and if they were to ever leave the U.S., why would they leave? (it will be easier to base it off of page L31) After 2 minutes pass, I will ask you what your partner said. If you did not do your homework, be honest with your partner and me.
Add to your Table of Contents L33- Brainstorm Your Advertisement Project (Today and Monday?) R34- 13 Colonies Podcast Notes (Today and Monday?) L35- Brainstorm/Outline your Colony Essay (Tuesday) R36-Research notes for your Colony Project (every one has a different colony) (Tuesday) L37- Diary Entry- How would your life be in the Colonial Era? (Wednesday homework due Friday) R38- Colonial Life (Wednesday) L 39- What are 5 questions that you believe should be on this test. R40- Study Guide (This is the Colonial America Crossword Puzzle you received on 10/6/13)
Today’s Agenda Get out your laptop and download this PowerPoint from my webpage under “Today in Class…” You will be responsible for teaching another group of students about one of the three colony groups: New England, Mid- Atlantic (aka Middle), or the Southern Colonies. You will work with one other person to gain the following information. (refer to notes handout) We will be using Mr. Zoller’s Podcasts on Youtube to assist us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ScZh2-QLOE&list=PL9bDHRx3YbkV_rZLEF-eg8I6v080oCnS4 If you work with a partner you will be more concrete in your responses and more comfortable teaching others in the class. I should not hear off topic conversations or talking that is above a whisper. While you are working, I will be checking your notebooks; pages 27-32
Exit Slip In order to leave today, you must answer the following as a class: Why are NC and SC one colony during the formation of the 3 colonies? Why are most people coming to the colonies? (What reason do you see being used most frequently?) What are you having issues understanding? Place your notebooks in a nice, neat, stack near the windows for me to grade this weekend if I did not get to you in class.
Monday, 10/13/14 Come in quickly and quietly and have a seat. Write down your homework for this evening: Complete your brainstorm for your advertisement on page L31 Begin brainstorming/outlining your report on page L33
Today’s agenda On Friday, we should have finished our notes on the colony grouping. That means to day you will be split up to teach two other classmates about your colony grouping. This does not mean tell them to what the video. You need to ask your groups members questions, and answer them in turn if they have any questions. Keep voices to a minimum and follow our G.R.O.U.P. expectations.