Mon/ Tues. Upstanders Program NHD Historical Background and Timeline. Information is posted on the "NHD Project Research" page. Due Week after Thanksgiving, Wed/Thurs
Wed. 1. NHD Historical Background and Timeline. Information is posted on the "NHD Project Research" page. Due Week after Thanksgiving, Wed/Thurs 2. Toward Independence Metaphors #24 3. Folder Check for assignment #'s 13-23 on Edmodo
Thurs/Fri. 1. #25 Video: "Rebels" Questions from America The Story of Us. Start video at 19 minutes with the beginning of the rebellion. 1. Why are Red Coat soldiers sent to Boston by the King? 2. In one sentence, describe the Boston Massacre. 3. How does Paul Revere’s engraving titled “The Bloody Massacre” influence colonist after the Boston Massacre? 4. How does the British government & Redcoats react to the destruction of tea in Boson Harbor? (Boston Tea Party?) 5. What was the purpose of the 1st Continental Congress? 6. Were the Congress delegates successful at achieving their goal? How do you know this? 7. What is the significance of the “shot heard ‘round the world” at Lexington?
2. Work on #23 Toward Independence Metaphors. Check your answers with the teacher before starting a new metaphor.
3. Work on NHD Historical Background and Timeline. Information is posted on the "NHD Project Research" page. Due Week after Thanksgiving, Wed/Thurs
At least 12 hours of the PreIB community service requirement are due by 12/13/13. The c.s. record form is in the community service tab of this website.
NHD history fair historical background and timeline are due on December 4 and 5, next week!
2. Review #23 Toward Independence Metaphors. We will look through a series of propaganda pieces and analyze the Boston Massacre.
Benchmarks for the week: SS.8.A.3.2 Explain American colonial reaction to British policy from 1763 - 1774. SS.8.A.1.5- Identify, within both primary and secondary sources, the author, audience, format, and purpose of significant historical documents. SS.8.A.1.6- Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. SS.8.A.1.7- View historic events through the eyes of those who were there as shown in their art, writings, music, and artifacts.