Learning Goals: Students will understand...
...school and class procedures.
...physical and political boundaries of the United States.
...how to think like a historian.
Monday, August 20, 2018
1. History Folder
Thus/Fri, August 16 & 17, 2018
1. Homework Due : class supplies
2a. Finish "The Sacred Rac of the Asu Tribe" claim statements from Monday. (Periods 2, 4, 6 only)
2b. Spartan Expectations presentation (periods 1, 3, 7 only)
3. Artifact Bags
*At the teacher’s signal, open your bag and examine the items within.
*All of the items in the bag are artifacts from one person’s life. Try to determine what the person is like based on the evidence in their bag.
Tues/Wed, August 14 & 15, 2018
1. Homework Due : Quiz about you
2. Finish "The Sacred Rac of the Asu Tribe" claim statements from Monday.
***Periods 2, 4, & 6 will finish this on Friday due to the Spartans Expectations presentation scheduled for Wed/Thurs.
3. Primary and Secondary Sources review
4. HW: Primary Source Proof of a Summer Adventure (due Tues/Wed)
Think of something that you did this past summer. How can you prove that you did this? What primary sources were created?
For HW due Tues/Wed, find and bring in one example of p.s. proof and answer the following questions on notebook paper.
In sentence format answer the following questions.
1.Describe your evidence/ what is it? (receipt, photo, etc)
2.What type of information is included in the evidence? (Who made it, what is it, when made, where made and why made, etc.)
3.Explain why your evidence an example of a primary source.
4.One a scale of 1 to 10, how informative is your evidence?
•1 is very little information is included.
•10 is very informative, you have no doubt about the who, what, when, where and why this document was made.)
5.Explain your rating for #4.
***Wed/Thurs: students will go to Media Center for the Spartans Expectation presentation.
Monday, August 13, 2018
a. Class supplies: Due by Friday
b. Quiz About You! Due Tues/Wed
c. Decorate your history folder’s cover (due Mon 8/20)
2. Milwee and classroom procedures
3. Due: Historical Geography of Us birthplace map
4. "The Sacred Rac of the Asu Tribe"
*Read the article as a group
*As a group, write
•Make a claim about the article. (Sentence format)
•Evidence: Give at least 2 details/facts from the story that support your claim. Cite paragraph #
•Interpretation: Explain how your evidence supports your claim. Connect the claim and the evidence.
If you found the Asu Tribe to be interesting, read about the "BODY RITUAL AMONG THE NACIREMA."
Ms. Day is a U.S. History teacher at Milwee Middle. She loves the Florida Gators, social studies, historical fiction novels, Hamilton, Disney,Harry Potter, kitties, and, most of all, students who try their best.