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Dec. 11th-Dec. 15th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (12/11)Beginning our study guide!

HW-“Hangout” with your notes on Revolt, Defeat, and Migration (pgs. 240-242) and work on your study guide

Tuesday (12/12)-Continuing to review what we have learned over the course of our unit on Ancient Israel

HW-Finish your study guide and study for your test tomorrow!

Ways To Study

  1. Online Quizzes–>Go to go.hrw.com and use password SQ6hp8 in the GO Resources box
  2. Section Assessment(s)–>Page(s) 231, 237, and 245
  3. Standards Review and Assessment–>Pages 247-249
  4. The Reading Check Questions found throughout the sections in Chapter 8

Wednesday (12/13)Unit 4 Ancient Israel Test

HW-Get your notebook ready to rumble for tomorrow

Thursday (12/14)Notebook check!

HW-Bring a blanket for our movie tomorrow if you want 🙂

Friday (12/15)Something fun 🙂

HW-Nada, have a safe and fantastic break kiddos! Happy holidays!

 

Dec. 4th-Dec. 8th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (12/4)Today we are finishing our ancient Israel timeline and learning more about Jewish beliefs

HW-Finish your timeline (pgs. 228-237) and Cornell Cornell Notes on Jewish Beliefs (232-234)

Timeline Dates (14 total): 2000 BC, Mid 1000’s BC, 1200 BC, 1000 BC, 965 BC, 930 BC, 722 BC, 586 BC, 530 BC, 330 BC, 160 BC, 63 BC, 100 BC – AD 50 , Mid AD 200 – 600

Tuesday (12/5)-We have a guest speaker today to tell us even more about Judaism and further explain the history of the ancient Israelites

HW-Make sure your timelines and Cornell Notes on Jewish Beliefs (pgs. 232-234) are wrapped up and your notebooks are good to go and all squared away!

Wednesday (12/6)First we are reviewing our timelines, then playing ring a ding ding review, and finally starting our Jewish texts/holidays jigsaw

HW-Make sure your timelines and Cornell Notes on Jewish Beliefs (pgs. 232-234) are wrapped up and your notebooks are good to go and all squared away!

Thursday (12/7)Learning about the Assyrian siege of Jerusalem

HW-Make sure your timelines and Cornell Notes on Jewish Beliefs (pgs. 232-234) are wrapped up and your notebooks are good to go and all squared away!

Friday (12/8)Completing our jigsaw learning activity for Jewish texts/holidays and then learning about Jewish revolts, defeats, and migrations (Cornell Notes)

HW-Finish your Revolts, Defeat, and Migration Cornell Notes (pgs. 240-242) and make sure your notebook is all squared away! Have a safe and fantastic weekend!

 

Nov. 27th-Dec. 1st, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (11/27)Reviewing the geography of ancient Israel, learning about the Dead Sea Scrolls, and then beginning our Dead Sea exploration activity

Websites for Dead Sea Exploration:

  1. http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Dead_Sea
  2. http://www.extremescience.com/dead-sea.htm
  3. http://atlastours.net/jordan/dead-sea/

HW-Finish your ancient Israel map and Dead Sea Exploration research

Tuesday (11/28)Starting our Dead Sea prompt and learning about milestones in Hebrew history

Some helpful hints for your Dead Sea prompt:

Remember to…

-Use transitions (i.e. firstly, secondly, in addition, moreover, etc.)

-Cite your sources (either in your sentence OR at the end in parenthesis)

-Look at your worksheet! It has sentence starters, sentence frames, and even a topic sentence to help your organize your research

A sample paragraph frame: There are several reasons why the Dead Sea is considered unusual. Firstly, according to the article “________”, the Dead Sea________. In addition, the author of the article “________” states the Dead Sea________. Lastly, the article “________” states the Dead Sea________. In conclusion ________.

HW-Finish your Dead Sea prompt and make sure your prompt and map are glued in your notebook!

Wednesday (11/29)Comparing the 10 Commandments to Hammurabi’s Code and learning about the important people of Israel to making trading cards

HW-Finish your Dead Sea prompt and make sure your prompt and map are glued in your notebook!

Thursday (11/30)Finishing our discussion on the 10 Commandments v. Hammurabi’s Code and wrapping up our important people of Israel trading card activity

Important People in Israel History Trading Card Instructions:

Side 1 – Name, date(s), significant characteristics and achievements, and an image to represent that particular person

Side 2 – Write a slogan/catch phrase to sum up the significance of that particular person(think about their achievements/characteristics)

HW-Finish trading cards and be ready to share out tomorrow!

Friday (12/1)Beginning our Israel timeline (pg. 228-237)

HW-Make sure your trading cards are finished and have a safe and fantastic weekend!

 

Nov. 20th-Nov. 24th, 2017

FALL BREAK! NO SCHOOL! HAPPY THANKSGIVING AND BE SAFE!

 

Nov. 13th-Nov. 17th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (11/13)Finishing our Phoenician Twitter activity and working on our study guides

HW-Study for your Unit 3 Mesopotamia Quiz Wednesday 11/15 and complete your study guide

Online Quizzes (click on the link below and type in the code for access to Ch. 3 quizzes)

Website – https://go.hrw.com/gopages/ss-wh.html

Code – Ch. 3 = sq6hp3

Tuesday (11/14)-Mesopotamia mind map and then studying/reviewing for our Unit 3 Mesopotamia test tomorrow!

HW-Study for your Unit 3 Mesopotamia Quiz Wednesday 11/15 and complete your study guide

Wednesday (11/15)Unit 3 Mesopotamia Quiz

HW-Make sure your notebook and PBnJ materials are ready to rumble for tomorrow!

Thursday (11/16)Notebook, PBnJ, and grade check!

HW-See me if you have questions about your grades, remember progress reports are due tomorrow.  Otherwise,  nada, have a great day 🙂

Friday (11/10)Introduction to Ancient Israel and its geography

HW-Have a safe and fantastic break!  Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Nov. 6th-Nov. 10th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (11/6)Starting our Empires of Mesopotamia notes and our study guide

HW-No homework today 🙂

Tuesday (11/7)-Finishing our Empires of Mesopotamia notes and our study guide, then creating a skit to review our notes

HW-“Hang out” and annotate your notes on Empires of Mesopotamia

Wednesday (11/8)Finishing our skits and creating a mind map to review our Mesopotamia notes

HW-Complete your study guide and study for your Unit 3 Mesopotamia Test on Tuesday, 11/14

Thursday (11/9)Wrapping up our unit by learning about the Phoenicians and then online quiz review

HW-Complete your study guide and study for your Unit 3 Mesopotamia Test on Tuesday, 11/14

Friday (11/10)Holiday! NO SCHOOL

HW-Have a safe and fantastic weekend! Remember to complete your study guide and study for your Unit 3 Mesopotamia Test on Tuesday, 11/14

 

Oct. 30th – Nov. 3rd, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (10/30)Learning about Hammurabi and his code of laws and then beginning our Hammurabi flyer

HW-Finish “hanging out” with ALL your Cornell Notes

Tuesday (10/31)-Finishing our Hammurabi flyers

HW-Have a safe and spooky Halloween…remember to make smart choices, be safe, and say “Thank you” 🙂

Wednesday (11/1)Our final day to work on our Hammurabi flyers

HW-Finish your Hammurabi flyer (DUE 11/3)

Thursday (11/2)Putting together our globes!

HW-Hammurabi flyer (DUE 11/3)

In case you need help with your paragraph structure…

C- I believe Hammurabi’s code of laws is fair OR unfair (must choose a claim)

E/R- One reason Hammurabi’s code is fair/unfair (must choose a claim) is because_______. For example, in law ###, it states, “________” (CITE TITLE OF SOURCE). This law shows how Hammurabi’s code is fair/unfair (must choose a claim) because_______.*Use this same structure for reason #2 and #3.

T- In conclusion, I believe Hammurabi’s code of laws is fair/unfair (must choose a claim) for myself and the citizens of the Babylonian empire.

Remember to color code each section of your CERT paragraph on your rough draft to ensure you have all your pieces and they are in the correct spot! Remember your name(s) and the visual too!

Friday (11/3)Write like a Sumerian…in cuneiform!

HW-Have a safe and fantastic weekend!

 

Oct. 23th – 27th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (10/23)Cornell Notes on “Religions Shape Society” and discussing religions’ impact on Sumerian social hierarchy

HW-Study your Middle East map (quiz 10/27)

Tuesday (10/24)-“Hanging out” with our notes on Rise of Sumer and Religion Shapes Society and then beginning our Sumerian achievement chart

HW-Study your Middle East map and finish “hanging out” with your notes

Wednesday (10/25)Finishing our Sumerian achievement chart and some Middle East map review

HW-Finish Sumerian achievement chart (make sure it is glued on your notebook on the correct page!)

Thursday (10/26)Sumerian achievement reflection, Hammurabi’s Code of Laws Cornell Notes (pgs. 74-745)

HW-Finish your Hammurabi’s Code of Laws notes

Friday (10/27)Middle East map quiz then talking about laws and their importance to civilization

HW-Have a safe and fantastic weekend!

 

Oct. 16th – 20th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (10/16)Journal check!

HW-Bring any Federal Survey cards (P1 only) and check your grades! If you have any questions, comment, or concerns please come in and see me after school

Tuesday (10/17)Beginning to learn about the geography of Mesopotamia (pgs. 56-59 in textbook) to see how geography and the environment support and shape civilization

HW-Review the geography of Mesopotamia and check your grades (see me after school if you have any questions, comment, or concerns)

Wednesday (10/18)Continuing to learn about the geography of Mesopotamia with our Middle East maps and geography of Mesopotamia notes so we can make our commercials!

HW-Finish Middle East map DUE TOMORROW (Thursday 10/19)

Thursday (10/19)Creating and presenting our geography of Mesopotamia commercials and practicing Cornell notes as we learn about “The Rise of Sumer”

HW-Study your Middle East map (quiz next week)

Friday (10/20)Practicing Cornell notes as we learn about “The Rise of Sumer” and doing some Middle East map review

HW-Have a safe and fantastic weekend! Finish “The Rise of Sumer” notes and study those Middle East maps too!

 

Oct. 9th – 13th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (10/9)-Reviewing our Stone Age notes, double checking those notebooks, and Stone Age charades

HW-Study for your Early Human/Stone Age Quiz Friday 10/13 and complete your skull study guide cheat sheet (DUE 10/13)

Tuesday (10/10)-Notes on the development and parts of civilizations plus Early Human/Stone Age review for our quiz on 10/13

Online Quizzes (click on the link below and type in the codes for access to the Ch. 1 and 2 quizzes)

Website – https://go.hrw.com/gopages/ss-wh.html

Codes – Ch. 1 = sq6hp1 and Ch. 2 = sq6hp2

HW-Study for your Early Human/Stone Age Quiz Friday 10/13 and complete your skull study guide cheat sheet (DUE 10/13)

Wednesday (10/11)-Notes on the parts of civilizations and GRAPES structure

HW-Study for your Early Human/Stone Age Quiz Friday 10/13 and complete your skull study guide cheat sheet (DUE 10/13)

Thursday (10/12)-Review GRAPES and connect GRAPES to Westlandia

HW-Study for your Early Human/Stone Age Quiz Friday 10/13 and complete your skull study guide cheat sheet (DUE 10/13)

Friday (10/13)-Early Human/Stone Age Quiz

HW-Nothing, have a great and safe weekend! 🙂

 

Oct. 2nd – 6th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (10/2)-Beginning a mini research project on Otzi the Iceman to learn how to use research, analyze findings, and draw conclusions

Sources

  1. https://www.thoughtco.com/the-iceman-lost-in-italian-alps-171387
  2. http://teachingkidsnews.com/2012/03/20/dna-reveals-clues-about-otzi-the-iceman/
  3. https://wiki.kidzsearch.com/wiki/%C3%96tzi_the_Iceman
  4. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/10/131016-otzi-ice-man-mummy-five-facts/
  5. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ancient/iceman-murder-mystery.html (watch video by logging in with your Google account or read the transcript)

HW-Study your Africa map (Quiz 10/6) and complete parts 1 and 2 on your Otzi frame

Tuesday (10/3)-Finishing our Otzi project

HW-Study your Africa map (Quiz 10/6) and finish Otzi frame

Wednesday (10/4)-Continuing to learn about early man/woman and the Stone Ages through note taking

HW-Study your Africa maps (quiz 10/6)

Thursday (10/5)-Finishing and reviewing our Stone Ages notes and creating a Stone Ages study guide

HW-Study your Africa map (Quiz tomorrow!) and finish your Stone Age notes in your notebook/add notes from your other secondary source

Friday (10/6)-Today is the day of our Africa map quiz, good luck kiddos! (Faucher absent)

HW-Finish your study guides and have a great and safe weekend! 🙂

 

Sept. 25th – 29th, 2017

Agenda/Homework

Monday (9/25)-Debrief our archaeological exploration activity from Friday and begin our Africa maps

HW-Finish labeling/coloring your Africa map AND study it

Tuesday (9/26)-Begin learning about early man/woman and complete our early man charts

HW-Finish hominid/early human chart and study Africa map

Wednesday (9/27)-Review our Hominid/Early Man charts and continue learning about Hominid/Early Man (hunter-gatherer society) and complete skull activity

HW-Study your Africa maps and finish your hominid early human chart in your notebooks

Thursday (9/28)-Reading and learning about the ice age and the migrations of early humans and adding more to our globes

HW-Study your Africa maps

Friday (9/29)-Finishing the final stage of our globe project and starting a mini research project on Otzi the Iceman to learn how to use research, analyze findings, and draw conclusions

Sources

  1. https://www.thoughtco.com/the-iceman-lost-in-italian-alps-171387
  2. http://teachingkidsnews.com/2012/03/20/dna-reveals-clues-about-otzi-the-iceman/
  3. https://wiki.kidzsearch.com/wiki/%C3%96tzi_the_Iceman
  4. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/10/131016-otzi-ice-man-mummy-five-facts/
  5. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ancient/iceman-murder-mystery.html (watch video by logging in with your Google account or read the transcript)

HW-Study your Africa maps and have a fantastic and safe weekend! 🙂

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