Kimberly Vines » Social Studies Agenda:

Social Studies Agenda:

5-21: Review 2nd Quarter concepts in groups/together (worksheet with groups)
         Reformation, Enlightenment, Revolutions (Scientific, American, French, Latin American,
         Russian, and Industrial)
        All quizlets are available in the "Flashback" google classroom
        2nd quarter NC Final Exam Questions with a partner
        (average for Final Exam questions= major grade) 
         
5-20: Review 1st Quarter concepts in groups
         Geography, Government types, Economic Systems, Exploration, Renaissance
         All quizlets are available in the "Flashback" google classroom
        1st quarter NC Final Exam Questions with a partner
        (average for Final Exam questions= major grade) 
 
5-17: Read Boy in the Striped Pajamas 
         1st quarter quizlets in Flashback google classroom.  Start reviewing 
 
5-16: NC Final Exam type questions on Financial Literacy and International Organizations (grade)
         Read Boy in the Striped Pajamas when finished
 
5-15: Review Financial Literacy and International Organizations
         Stations Activity on Global Issues- use cards at each station to see global issues on....
         * Free Trade, Peace, Environment, Poverty, Human Rights
        STUDY QUIZLETS
 
5-14: Quizlet to review Financial Literacy
          International Organizations pgs. 984-989
          IO Quizlet when finished
 
5-13: Kahoot to review Korean and Vietnam Wars
          Socrative Questions- to introduce Financial Literacy- what do you know???
          Financial Literacy reading and discussion
          Financial Literacy Kahoot  (quizlet available in google classroom)
 
 
5-10: Korean and Vietnam War
         Article/video discussion and complete questions in google classroom
        If time permits, listen to anti-war songs from the Vietnam War
 
5-9: Cold War Test 
 
5-8: Review "Tensions of the Cold War" activity from yesterday
        Read "The End of the Cold War" in textbook and complete questions
       Review for tomorrow's test
HW: Look over notes; Cold War Test Tomorrow
 
5-7: Review Cold War intro from yesterday; Brainpop video to review as well
       Complete Cold War intro questions in google classroom (may use notes-grade)
       "Tensions of the Cold War" resources available in google classroom 
        (Space Race, Arms Race, Cuban Missile Crisis, Berlin Wall)
        Quizlet for Cold War available in google classroom
HW: Look over notes; Cold War Test Thursday
 
5-6: Intro to Cold War (pgs. 954-955 read and discuss in class)
       Complete notes based on what we read
       Iron Curtain, NATO, Warsaw 
HW: Look over notes; Cold War Test Thursday
 
5-3: WW2 Test
 
5-2: Review for WW2 test
        HW: Flashback 6 due tomorrow; study for tomorrow's test
 
5-1: Field Trip
        HW: WW2 Test Friday; Flashback 6 due Friday
 
4-30: Review Holocaust activity from Friday
         Review Effects of WW2 from yesterday and discuss
         Brainpop: WW2 and United Nations (watch, discuss, complete worksheet for grade)
         If time permits, then students will work on their WW2 study guide
        HW: WW2 Test Friday; Flashback 6 due Friday
 
4-29: SUB TODAY
        Results/Effects of WW2- notes from google classroom
        WW2 study guide
        HW: WW2 Test Friday; Flashback 6 due Friday
 
4-26: Holocaust scavenger hunt- use resources around the room and computer to complete                        questions 1-13.  Then, complete Children of the Holocaust activity.  Were you a victim or                      survivor?
 
4-25: SAS website "WW2 Homefront" watch and complete interactive activities 
 
4-15: Shortened schedule due to Field Day!
         Review WWII Leaders from Friday
         Read and discuss pages. 940-942 "War Erupts" and answer questions (grade)
         HW: Renaissance/Reformation Flashback #5 due Wednesday!!!
 
4-12: WWII Leaders Gallery Walk
         - Students will read Biographies around the room and identify which leader is being                        represented and if they are a member of the Allied or Axis Powers. 
         -Read pgs. 942-943 "War in the East/The Tide Turns" and complete Kahoot 
         HW: Renaissance/Reformation Flashback #5 due next Wednesday 
 
4-11: Read the play "The Road to War" and discuss
         Complete ticket-out-door assignment (grade)
         Students will find examples of the following topics within the play:
         Global Depression, Appeasement, Propaganda, Totalitarian Leadership; Alliances;                       Nationalism
         HW: Renaissance/Reformation Flashback #5 due next Wednesday 
 
4-10: Shortened schedule due to ELA NC Check-Ins
         Review WW2 causes/intro notes from yesterday. Read pgs. 940-942 in textbook as review.
         Open-note quiz on Causes of WW2
         Assign roles for the play, "The Road to War"
         HW: Renaissance/Reformation Flashback #5 due next Wednesday 
 
4-9: Review Socrative questions from yesterday
        WW2 causes/intro notes and discussion
        Google slides are available in google classroom.  Read and complete guided notes
 
4-8: Postwar Effects
       Read pgs. 934-939 in textbook and discuss what impact global depression had on the world.
       Socrative questions 1-13 when finished reading and discussing together 
       (resources are available in google classroom)
 
4-5: WWI Test
       WWI Foldable and Exploration Flashback due today
 
4-4: Review for WWI Test tomorrow
       Kahoot and Quizlet
       HW: WWI Test tomorrow; Exploration Flashback due tomorrow; WWI Foldable due tomorrow 
 
4-3: WWI Digital Breakout Activity (classwork grade)
       HW: WWI Test Friday; Exploration Flashback due Friday; WWI Foldable due Friday 
 
4-2: Shortened schedule due to Science Benchmark
       Notes- "Effects of WWI"
       Study quizlet if time permits
       HW: WWI Test Friday; Exploration Flashback due Friday; WWI Foldable due Friday 
 
4-1: Review Exploration Flashback #4 (resources available in google classroom)
       Review U.S Enters WWI (notes in google classroom)
       -Complete questions 1-15 (grade) review if time permits today
       -WWI Quizlet available in google classroom- study once you finish worksheet
       HW: FINISH U.S Enters the War worksheet if not finished in class
      WWI Test Friday; Exploration Flashback due Friday; WWI Foldable due Friday 
 
3-28: Review Technological Warfare from yesterday
         Stalemate-New Kind of Warfare reading in textbook and complete google form (grade)
         "Other Fronts of the War" notes in foldable
 
3-27: Finish WWI causes worksheet if didn't finish yesterday (grade)
         Technological Warfare- interactive website notes into foldable
 
3-26: Review the Assassination of Franz Ferdinand and 4 square activity in foldable
        - Go over "Powder Keg in Europe" article from yesterday and discuss (grade)
        -Textbook pages 926-927 WWI read with students and then they will complete worksheet for a grade
       -If time permits, then students will start looking at Technological Warfare of WWI. Interactive website is located in           their google classroom.  They will use the website to complete their notes in their foldable.
 
3-25: SUB today
       - Students will read "The Spark" that led to WWI with the sub and watch video clips on the assassination of Franz 
        Ferdinand. 
       -"The Power Keg in Europe" read article and complete 4 square activity in foldable.  Then, complete questions 1-9 
       which will be for a grade
 
3-22: Complete "Events leading to WWI" in foldable
         Alliance simulation activity: students work with groups to figure out which alliances were made during WWI
        Complete the MAIN causes of WWI notes in foldable
        (all resources are in google classroom)
 
3-21: Create WWI foldable
         -Identify and color the Central/Allied/Neutral Powers of WWI
 
3-20: South Asia and China Test
         Work in Flashback #3 Economics- DUE FRIDAY
 
3-19: Turn in China Worksheet (Things you should know)
         Review for tomorrow's test: Kahoot and Quizlet live
         review available in google classroom
 
3-18: Imperialism in China-Revolutionary China notes (in google classroom)
         Finish Friday's activity 'China-Things to Know" 
HW: Finish China worksheet if you didn't finish in class (resources in google classroom)
        SOUTH ASIA/CHINA TEST WEDNESDAY!  QUIZLET IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM
 
3-15: Intro to China: "China-Things to Know" activity
         Students will work with their groups to complete 7 stations on China (grade)
         1. Is China a Superpower?         2. Why does everything seem to be made in China       3. Is China still a communist country?           4. What is the Great Firewall?            5. Should the U.S fear China's rise?                             6. Analyze a political cartoon           7. China's Big Leap (bar graphs)
* All resources are located in google classroom as well
 
3-14: Finish Gandhi SAS activity and go over
         Gandhi Brainpop-watch, discuss, and complete questions
         Gandhi SAS and Brainpop will be for a grade
HW: Study quizlet and notes for upcoming test
 
3-13: Finish South Asia Divided article from yesterday and go over questions
         Start Gandhi SAS activity (ws will be for a grade)
HW: Study quizlet and notes for upcoming test
 
3-12: Review Imperialism notes (located in google classroom)
         Read article "South Asia Divided" together and discuss
        Answer questions based on what you read (will serve as notes)
 
3-11: Finish South Asia Geography/Religions worksheet from Friday and go over (grade)
         European Imperialism in South Asia notes (available in google classroom) and discuss
 
3-8: Finish religions chart and discuss
       Religions video clips
       If time permits, students will work on South Asia Geography and Religions worksheet (grade)
       Flashback 2- Government Due today!!!
 
3-7: Intro to South Asia: Geography
       Religions of South Asia- Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam 
       Students will complete their religions chart using pages from the textbook
 
3-6: European Imperialism in Africa TEST 
 
3-5: Study Guide and Quizlet Live to review for Imperialism in Africa Test
 
3-4:  Review Imperialism in Africa
       Apartheid and Nelson Mandela review from Thursday/Friday
       "Long Walk to Freedom" discussion and complete assignment (grade)
 
3-1: Review Apartheid from yesterday
       Read "Long Walk to Freedom" by Nelson Mandela and discuss
 
2-28: South Africa Apartheid notes and discussion
         Brainpop and discuss
 
2-27: Effects of European Imperialism in Africa (notes in google classroom)
         Discuss how ethnic rivalries led to Genocide in Rwanda, Sudan, and Nigeria
 
2-26: Vines: Review short story from yesterday and complete activity (grade). Flashback review questions 5-11
         Porter: The Man Who Shared His Hut- read and complete assignment (connecting to European Imperialism.  I               will continue to provide NHD feedback) Start Africa's Independence (webquest and article in google classroom)
         Farlow/Merritt: Africa's Road to Independence (webquest and article in google classroom. Use resources given to      answer questions about Africa gaining independence from Europeans)
 
2-25: Read the fable "The Man Who Shared His Hut" and complete ticket out the door (grade) (Merritt and Farlow)
         Vines: work on flashback Friday (due Friday) and start "The Man Who Shared his Hut"
         Porter: NHD project work session and conferences
 
2-22: European Imperialism in Africa Quiz
         Quick review of yesterday's article/reading strategy activity
         Students also need to make sure their Flashback Friday #1 has been submitted in their google classroom
 
2-21: Kahoot to review for tomorrow's quiz on Imperialism
         Article "What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa" reading strategy activity in google                 classroom (grade)
         Review Benchmark data and questions if time permits
         FLASHBACK DUE TOMORROW!!
 
2-20: Finish Imperialism notes and discuss (graphic organizer together as a review)
         Quizlet is available in google classroom to start reviewing for quiz
        Imperialism quiz on Friday (moved from Thursday)
       Flashback Friday #1 on Geography due Friday (classwork/homework grade) 
 
2-19: *Finish Imperialism intro from yesterday; Kahoot on Colonial Powers (analyzing a map); video clip on Imperialism
         *"Imperialism in Africa" guided notes (notes available in google classroom)
         *While students are working on their guided notes independently, I will be reviewing Benchmark data with groups
         * Imperialism quiz on Thursday
         * Flashback Friday #1 on Geography due Friday for cw/hw grade
 
2-18: Review "Kids at War" current event article from Friday and complete questions in google classroom (grade) if not           already completed Friday.
         Flashback Friday #1 Geography- students set up Flashback Friday google classroom.  Students will have
         weekly assignments (classwork/homework) that will review units/concepts previously taught.  These               "flashbacks" are a way to help prepare students for the S.S end of year final exam. Flashback Friday #1 is          DUE FRIDAY FOR A CW/HW GRADE!!!
        Intro to Imperialism notes- students read pgs. 906-908 and completed a chart looking at Motives for European              Imperialism (chart in google classroom)
 
2-15: Finish reviewing stations and start Africa article on "Kids at War" (article and questions in google classroom)
 
2-14: Finish and start reviewing stations
 
2-13:  Africa Stations- most classes should complete 3 stations  
 
2-12: Present current event activities from yesterday 
         Intro to Africa: Students will travel to stations and analyze maps on the following topics:
         1. Political Map/Geography of Africa
         2. Physical Map/geography of Africa
         3. Climate, Vegetation, and Natural Resources of Africa
         4. Africa's History/Government
         5. Africa's Economy
 
2-11: Vines,Merritt, Farlow:
        Students were assigned a current event topic in their groups.  As a group, students used Junior Scholastic                    Magazines to describe causes and effects that are occurring globally.  Students will present their topics to the                rest of the class tomorrow.
        Porter HR: NHD work session.  Students were assigned a graphic organizer to complete with their groups on                their topic. Assignment is due Friday by 4 pm in the google classroom.
 
2-8: Test on the Latin American, Russian, and Industrial Revolutions
       Current Event (in google classroom): "Orphans of ISIS" read and complete activity in google classroom
       (will finish Monday if needed for classwork grade)
 
2-7: Review for tomorrow's test
       Quizziz and quizlet live review
       HW: Study for tomorrow's test
 
2-6: Shortened schedule due to Science Benchmarks
       Review Stations packet and take up for a grade (minor)
       Brainpop video of the Industrial Revolution
      Students have access to a quizlet in their google classroom to start studying for their test on Friday!
      HW: Latin American, Russian, and Industrial Revolution Test on Friday
 
2-4 and 2-5: Students will work in stations on the Effects of the Industrial Revolution.  Stations packet will count as a          minor grade. Students will work on the following topics:     Shortened schedule due to S.S on Tuesday
       1: Working Conditions
       2. Living Conditions
       3. Child Labor
       4. Public Health and Life Expectancy
       5. Working Class Families and the Role of Women
       6. The Emerging Middle Class
        Revolutions Test towards the end of the week.  
 
2-1:  Students will work with their partners to complete cards. (grade) Review task cards and watch short video clip on           the Industrial Revolution.
          Revolutions Test towards the end of next week.  
 
1-31:  Shortened schedule due to Math Benchmarks
         Continue working on Industrial Revolution task cards from Tuesday.  
          Revolutions Test towards the end of next week.  
 
1-30: Breakout boxes on the Industrial Revolution with Mrs. Coons
 
1-29: Shortened schedule due to Reading Benchmarks (NC Check ins)
         Intro to the Industrial Revolution: Students will work with their groups to complete 2 task cards on the IR focusing on what the IR was (what changed took place) and Why did the IR start in England.  What resources/geographic features contributed to the success of industrialization. Revolutions test sometime towards the end of next week!
 
1-28: Revolution... means change!!
         Compare/review commonalities in American, French,Latin, and Russian Revolutions
         Finish Russian Revolution questions (packet is for a grade)
 
1-25: Review Latin American Revolution and collect classwork (notes and Bolivar)
         Intro to Russian Revolution (notes in google classroom)
 
1-24:  Simon Bolivar article 
         Read/discuss, and complete highlighting activity
         Brainpop: Simon Bolivar and questions (classwork grade)
 
1-23: Shortened schedule due to Inclement Weather
         Review/finish Latin America notes and questions (grade)
 
1-22: Intro to Latin American Revolution
         notes/discussion and exit slip (classwork grade)
        Notes are available in google classroom
 
1-18: French Revolution Test 
 
1-17 Round 3 of Geography Bee and determine winner from each homeroom
        Review for tomorrow's test on French Revolution
        Kahoot 
        Concept map activity on back of foldable- go over requirements and complete for homework
        HW: French Revolution Test Friday
                Current Event "Is Freedom in Trouble" article and questions due Friday (grade-Vines and Merritt HR                    will work during DEN time and class Thursday and Friday)
1-16:  Round 2 of Geography Bee
         Texbook pgs. 874-876 on French Revolution 
         Read pages and complete questions (grade- this will also help serve as a review for Friday's test)
         HW: French Revolution Test Friday
                Current Event "Is Freedom in Trouble" article and questions due Friday (grade-Vines and Merritt HR will work during DEN time and class Thursday and Friday)
 
1-15: Round 1 of Geography Bee
         Effects of the French Revolution (discuss and take notes- available in google classroom)
         Brainpop- Napoleon Bonaparte discuss and complete questions in foldable
         Quizlet has been updated and is available in google classroom
HW: French Revolution Test Friday
                  Current Event "Is Freedom in Trouble" article and questions due Friday (grade-Vines and Merritt HR will work during DEN time and class Thursday and Friday)
 
1-14: 3 hour delay schedule
          Review French Revolution Causes
          Quizlet on Causes and Voc 
          HW: French Revolution Test Friday
                  Current Event "Is Freedom in Trouble" article and questions due Friday (grade-Vines and Merritt HR will work during DEN time and class Thursday and Friday)
                  
1-11: Review vocabulary from yesterday
        Causes of the French Revolution and the Estate System in France (notes in google classroom)
        
1-10: Intro to the French Revolution
         Add papers to Revolution foldable
        Video clip: Intro the the French Revolution and complete viewing guide
        French Revolution vocabulary
        *all resources are in students' google classrooms
 
1-9: American Revolution Test
 
1-8: Check American Revolution foldable for grade
        American Rev. worksheet (grade)
        Review for tomorrow's test (quizlet in google classroom)
 
1-7: Review Causes of the American Revolution from Saturday
       Voc- Minutemen- Guerrilla (located in google classroom)
       American Rev. sequence of events- complete graphic organizer based on resource in google classroom
      HW: Finish all parts of foldable if not completed in class- due Tomorrow for grade!
              American Revolution Test Wednesday!
       
1-5: Review vocabulary and intro to the American Revolution 
       Causes of the American Revolution (Brainpop/discussion and notes in foldable)
 
1-4: Create Foldable for American Revolution
       Enlightenment video clip and notes "How did Enlightenment ideas influence the American Revolution"
       Answer viewing guide questions 1-13 in foldable
      *Voc Colony- Militia in foldable  (available in google classroom)
 
1-3: King Louis XIV 
       SAS video/discussion
       Assessment: Absolute Monarchs and King Louis XIV
 
1-2: The Rise of Absolute Monarchs in Europe
        -students will take notes (located in google classroom)
        -Intro to King Louis XIV (absolute monarch of France)
 
12-21: Shortened classes 
           How did the Enlightenment Inspire the American and French Revolutions? (article in google classroom)
           Using an article from Discovery Education, students will work with a partner to complete a chart on how ideas               from the Enlightenment sparked the American and French Revolutions. 
           **Classes will watch The Breadwinner if students have turned in their permission forms. 
 
12-20: Enlightenment Test
           Work on I-Ready when finished with test. 
           Get permission forms filled out for The Breadwinner movie!
 
12-19: Review for Enlightenment Test (some classes didn't review yesterday due to evacuation)
           Turn in Breadwinner permission forms (due by Friday)
 
12-18: Turn in Breadwinner permission forms (due by Friday)
           Review for Enlightenment Test (quizlet in google classroom)
 
12-17: Review Enlightenment since we have missed so many school days
           Enlightenment Thinker: Adam Smith
           Read pgs. 867-868 on Adam Smith and complete questions 1-6 on worksheet.  Then, watch Brainpop video                   clip on Adam Smith and complete questions 7-17 
           HW: Enlightenment Test Wednesday and GET BREADWINNER PERMISSION FORM SIGNED!!!
 
12-7: Review for quiz
         Take Enlightenment quiz
         Groups for Tuesday's field trip if weather permits
 
12-6: Enlightenment philosopher notes and discuss
         Kahoot as a review for tomorrow's quiz
 
12-5: Review and discuss vocabulary worksheet from yesterday
         Students finish Enlightenment worksheet from yesterday and go over (grade)
         HW: Study voc and Enlightenment Thinkers chart for quiz on Friday
 
12-4: Students continued working on vocabulary 4-square worksheet
         Read pgs. 862-867 and complete Enlightenment Worksheet (grade)
        *Sub today in Social Studies
 
12-3: Enlightenment reading in textbook and complete ticket-out door activity
         Discuss ways the Renaissance, Reformation and Scientific Revolution caused/impacted the Enlightenment 
         Enlightenment Vocabulary (define key voc and complete 4 square graphic organizer)
 
11-30: Enlightenment video clip and viewing guide.  Discuss viewing guide and video
           Enlightenment quotes activity
 
11-29: Scientific Revolution Quiz
           Intro to the Enlightenment
 
11-28: Finish Scientific Revolution questions and discuss
           Kahoot- 
 
11-27: Go over activity cards from yesterday and discuss changes that were occurring in Europe during the Scientific               Revolution and the Enlightenment. 
           Scientific Revolution article and questions (article located in google classroom)
 
11-26: Intro to the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment
           Students will work in their groups to look at 4 activity cards on View of the Universe, Medicine, Democracy and             Rights, and Economics and Trade.  Students will complete a graphic organizer looking at changes that                           occurred. 
 
11-16: Reformation Test
           Students will work on their I-ready minutes when they are finished with their test.
           
11-15: Review Effects of the Reformation worksheet from yesterday if not completed in class Wednesday.  (grade)
           Review for Reformation test tomorrow!
           Study Quizlet and Notes
           HW: Reformation Test Friday
11-14: Review quiz and Webquest notes from yesterday
           Students will work with a partner to complete the Effects/outcomes of the Reformation. (grade) Students will                   use their textbook and partner to complete questions. Once everyone is finished, then we will go over the                       answers (grade) and discuss. 
           Quizlet available in google classroom to study for Friday's test
          HW: Reformation Test Friday
 
11-13: Review Reformation notes from last week 
           Reformation Quiz
           Part 2 of the Reformation: What happened to Luther once he posted his 95 Theses on the church door?
           Students will use the Reformation Webquest in their google classroom to answer 10 questions.
           Quizlet in Google Classroom has been updated!   STUDY
           HW: Reformation Test Friday
 
11-12: No School- observe Veteran's Day
 
11-9: Review and discuss Martin Luther graphic organizer from yesterday
         Read pages 740-742 in textbook on "The Origins of the Reformation"
         Complete questions 1-8 and go over as class
 
11-8: Shortened schedule due to Science Benchmark!
         Finish and review Catholic Church chart from yesterday (link available in google classroom)
         Who was Martin Luther and what role did he play in the Reformation? (article in google classroom)
         Read article with partner and complete graphic organizer as notes/ discuss as class
         HW: Look over notes on the Reformation for a possible quiz tomorrow!
  
11-7: Shortened schedule due to Social Studies Benchmark!
         Intro to the Reformation- Picture Analysis activity and Martin Luther rap activity
         What was the Catholic Church like in the 1500s? (techbook article in google classroom)
         Read techbook article on Catholic Church and complete graphic organizer
         HW: look over notes; Reformation quiz Friday (start looking over notes)
 
11-6: No School for Students!
 
11-5: Read The Breadwinner and discuss
         Review Renaissance Test from Friday
 
11-2: Renaissance Test
         If time permits when everyone finishes, then we will read The Breadwinner
 
11-1: Renaissance Breakout Box activity 
         Students will look for clues and unlock digital codes about the Renaissance as a review for tomorrow's
         test
        HW: Study for Renaissance Test
 
10-31: Shortened schedule due to Math NC Check In
           Renaissance Socrative questions (grade) Review questions together as class
           Review for Friday's test
           HW: Study for Renaissance Test- FRIDAY!
 
10-30: Shortened schedule due to ELA NC Check Ins
           Finish Renaissance artists: Michelangelo/Shakespeare and Outcomes of Exploration (available in                       google classroom)
           Go over Artists packet and discuss (grade)
           If students have extra time when they finish their worksheet, then they can study their Renaissance                   quizlet for Friday's test (lquizlet in google classroom)
           HW: Study for Renaissance Test- FRIDAY!
 
10-29: Review Renaissance notes from Friday and discuss
           Leonardo da Vinci "Renaissance Man": watch video clips/discuss and complete questions (grade)
           (link available in google classroom)
           HW: Study for Renaissance Test- FRIDAY!
 
10-26: Renaissance notes  
           Complete questions 1-10
           Renaissance test next week
 
10-25: Reviewing bubble map from yesterday
            Renaissance video clip and viewing guide and discuss
            Start Renaissance notes if time permits
            HW: Renaissance test next week
 
10-24: "We need a Renaissance" Flocabulary lyrics- analyze and determine what the Renaissance is about
             Complete bubble map and discuss
             Review "Origins of the Renaissance" worksheet and discuss
 
10-23: Origins of the Renaissance (worksheet) How did the Feudal System decline?
           The Breadwinner- read and discuss (haven't read lately due to catching up from missed school days
 
10-22: Exploration Test 
           Students will have the opportunity to work on i-ready after their test
 
10-18: Finish Exploration Stations (quiz grade)
           Review stations and review for tomorrow's test
           HW: Finish any stations if you didn't in class (resources available in google classroom)
                   Exploration Test Monday!
 
10-17:Finish Exploration Stations (quiz grade)  
           1: Spain in the New World (website and login information in google classroom)
           2: Analyzing maps 
           3: Columbian Exchange (website and login information in google classroom)
           4: Europe's Economy Increases: Growth of Mercantilism (information gathered from textbooks)
           5: Innovations in Technology: (website and login information in google classroom)
           HW: Exploration Test Thursday 
 
10-16:  Review Columbian Exchange notes from yesterday
            Columbian Exchange Brainpop and complete graphic organizers (grade)
           HW: Finish Columbian Exchange worksheet if not finished in class (available in google classroom)
                   Exploration Test Friday!
 
10-15: Merritt/Hedrick/Vines: Socrative Activity reviewing Exploration (classwork grade)
           Columbian Exchange Notes (notes available in google classroom)
           HW: Exploration Test Friday!
 
10-12: No School due to Hurricane Micheal
 
10-11: No School due to Hurricane Micheal
 
10-10: Review explorer's activity and review notes
           Socrative Activity and discussion
 
10-9:  Explorer's Activity: Students will navigate around the room to find information on the following:
         * reasons for exploration
         * an explorer's life on a ship and dangers of voyages
         * Explorer's and their significance
         * outcomes of exploration
 
10-8: Review Reasons/Motives for Exploration article from Friday and finish chart if not completed already
         Explorer's Activity: Students will navigate around the room to find information on the following:
         * reasons for exploration
         * an explorer's life on a ship and dangers of voyages
         * Explorer's and their significance
         * outcomes of exploration
 
10-5: Reasons/Motives for Exploration 
         Read article and complete chart 
         The Breadwinner
 
10-4: Government and Economics Test
        Students may work on their I-ready minutes or read after their test 
 
10-3: Economic System Chart (classwork grade)
         Review chart and study for tomorrow's test on Government and Economics (quizlets in google classroom)
         HW: STUDY
 
10-2: Guidance visit (Mini lesson on bullying)
          Review and discuss Lorax activity from yesterday and economic terms on student handout
          Ticket out the door: Which economic system can be found in "The Lorax" and why (classwork grade)
          HW: Government and Economics Test on Thursday! (Quizlets in google classroom)
 
10-1: Review Economic Systems
         Scenario activity: students will be given 4 economic scenarios.  With their groups, they will match the scenario with the appropriate economic system (Traditional, Command, Market, Mixed)
         Begin the Lorax activity- which economic system can be found in "The Lorax"
          HW: Government and Economics Test on Thursday! (Quizlets in google classroom)
 
9-27: Review Economic notes from yesterday and start Discovery Techbook activity on Economic Systems (resource located in google classroom)
          HW: Government and Economics Test on Thursday! (Quizlets in google classroom)
 
9-26: Government/9-11 Quiz
         Types of Economic Systems (guided notes in google classroom)
 
9-25: Review Government worksheet from yesterday (grade)
         Quizlet review for Governments and 9-11 Terms
         Chapter 3 of The Breadwinner and discuss
         HW: Quiz tomorrow on 9-11 Voc and Government Notes (quizlets in google classroom)
 
9-24: Review Types of Gov't Flow Chart from Friday
         Types of Government worksheet 
          Finish reading chapter 2 of The Breadwinner and discuss
          HW: study Types of Gov't and 9-11 notes.... Quiz Wednesday! (quizlets in google classroom)
 
9-20: Types of Governments notes and examples (notes in google classroom)
         Start Chapter 2 of The Breadwinner and discuss
         HW: Study notes
 
9-19: The Breadwinner- chapter 1 and discussion. 
         Roles of Government notes in binder
 
9-18: Use Junior Scholastic articles to compare/contrast War in Afghanistan and War in Iraq (complete chart from last             Thursday) 
         Introduction to novel, The Breadwinner. Who are the Taliban?  Treatment of women in Afghanistan discussion
        *If anyone would like to donate a copy of the novel to the class, then that would be greatly appreciated!
 
9-17: NO SCHOOL
 
9-14: NO SCHOOL
 
9-13: How America has changed since 9-11 attacks
         assignment in google classroom (chart and voc)
         5 THEMES PROJECT DUE!!
 
9-12: Remembering September 11th terrorist attacks
          KWL, discussion, nick news video clip
          HW: project due tomorrow
 
9-11: Geography Test
         Work on 5 Themes Project (due Thursday by 9:00)
 
9-10: Review for tomorrow's test (geography terms, longitude/latitude/5 Themes)
         Work on 5 Themes Project (due Thursday 9-13)
         HW: study for tomorrow's test (notes and quizlets available in google classroom)
 
9-7: 5 Themes worksheet (in google classroom- grade)
       Introduce Project and provide examples/guidelines/rubric (located in google classroom)
       HW: Geography Test Tueday 9-11; 5 Themes Project due 9-13
 
9/6: Review 5 Themes of Geography with picture activity
       Kahoot- 5 Themes
       Porter: introduce 5 Themes Project
       HW: Geography test next Tuesday 9-11
 
9/5: Set up google classroom for each class
       5 Themes of Geography notes and quizlets now available in google classroom
       Practice answering a question and "turning it in" google classroom
       Geography Terms review (quizlet)
       5 Themes of Geography review and complete page 2 of notes and examples
 
9/4: Finish and review "Know your way around the World" worksheet (grade)
       Intro to 5 Themes of Geography (guided notes and examples)
       HW: Geography test Friday (changed to next Tuesday)