Tuesday/Wednesday: * Test on Thurs/Fri: Native Americans & European Exploration *Read the Columbian Exchange diagram and passage on 40-41. Do the 2 "Map Reading Charts" questions 40 and "checkpoint question" on page 41.* Do the Document Based Assessment on AHON 61, questions 1-3. * Watch "The Columbian Exchange: Crash Course in World History." Take notes on the good and bad effects to the new world and from the new world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQPA5oNpfM4
*Present your Columbian Exchange Show and Tell HW. Bring in an item that was exchanged between the new and old world due to the Columbian Exchange. (page 40-41 in text) Be prepared to explain where it came from and how it affected its new home. (please DO NOT bring in live animals, anything dangerous, or illegal to bring to school) If you bring in food to share, please provide serving items also, such as napkins, plates, cups, etc.
*Test Native Americans & European Exploration on Thursday/Friday Study Guide:
What is the Bering landbridge and why did people cross it?
know the major difference between the Native American cultural regions: landscapes & climate, food
Who is Marco Polo?
What does "Gold, Glory and God" tell you about the motivations of European explorers?
What motivated Columbus to sail west across the Atlantic Ocean?
For Spain, France, England & Netherlands explorers, what are the major goals, relationships with Natives, and results?
What is the connection between Juan Ponce de Leon and Florida?
Describe the effects of the Columbian Exchange
Know which continents are considered part of the "New World?"
Thursday/Friday: 1. Choices high school magnet programs booklet and applications distributed. Same information also found on: http://choices.scps.k12.fl.us/
2. Take the Native Americans and European Exploration TEST on www.Edmodo.com (sign in or create a new account if needed) Edmodo Codes:
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3 Crabs k5bz2j
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5 Egrets jaugqp
6 Flamingos w67egf
7 Gators scw6dj
3. After the test: #12 "La Florida" Mural: The history of Spanish exploration and settlement in Florida. (assignment posted here to the right) Finish for HW.