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Abernathy Collegiate Charter SchoolMr.

NewtonWeek of 8/27/13
6 Grade Chapter Title Pages Lesson #; Title Goals/Obj
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Introduction

Monday 1 What does a historian do? 18-19 3 Researching History SWDK of the process of planning a research project SWBA to choose research materials, distinguish fact from fiction and taking notes Use Engage Activity

Activities

Writing skills pg 18 Discuss fact from opinion. Use CT1

Closing

CT2

Checkpoint

Homework

How do we establish if a topic is too large or too small N/A

Tuesday 1 What does a historian do? 19-20 3 Researching History SWDK of the process of planning a research project SWBA to establish authorship and authority of writers and using the right web URLs. Share internet history. Use Content Background knowledge with my own stories OTO Reliable web site game. Technology Skills pg 20. Thinking like a historian. Read web urls. What are the consequences of using an internet source with biased info? How do you interpret historical events accurately? N/A

Wednesday 1 What does a historian do? 20-21 3 Researching History SWDK of the process of planning a research project SWBA to strive for objectiveness, avoid plagiarism and distinguish ancient from modern values Discuss why all the fuss about being obj and honest.

Thursday 1 What does a historian do? 22-24 Review SWDK of chapter 1 of the textbook. SWBA to review those ideas and apply them the a series of exercise

Friday 1 What does a historian do? Test SWDK of chapter 1 of the textbook. SWBA to review those ideas and apply them the a series of exercise

Review Study guide 3

Review Test Rules

Discuss being objective, plagiarism and modern values

Work on pages 22-24

Give test

Close and Reflect

Questions? Comments? Concerns?

Students can read when finished

What is one way to avoid plagerism? Lesson 3 Review pg. 21. Study guide Lesson 3 packet Study for test

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Abernathy Collegiate Charter SchoolMr. NewtonWeek of 8/26


7 Grade Chapter Title Pages Lesson #; Title Goals/Obj
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Monday 14 Islamic Empire 416-418 Rev. for Test Ch 14 SWDK of the key terms and concepts from chapter 14. SWBA to use their understanding in exercises on the test.

Tuesday 14 Islamic Empire N/A Test Chapter 14 SWDK of the key terms and concepts from chapter 14. SWBA to use their understanding in exercises on the test.

Introduction Activities

Closing

Checkpoint

Homework

Cover Study Guide notes. Students complete Assessment 417-418. Review in class. If time discuss #1 and #4 on page 416 Use the Enduring Understandings pg. 416 What last thoughts and impressions are we left with? Study for test

Review test taking rules Pass out tests

Wednesday African Civ. 419-421 Chap. Intro. SWDK of the geographical and historical context of the chapter. SWBA to identify general climate zones in Africa and describe the general time period. Use Engage activity Step into the place Step into the time Share Content Background Knowledge Use Close and Reflect How does the time period in this chapter compare to the last? N/A

Thursday African Civ. 422-424 1 Rise of African Civ. SWDK of the geographical regions of Africa. SWBA to describe how the differing geographical regions effected life in Africa.

Friday Africa Civ. 425 1 Rise of African Civ SWDK of Saharan trade. SWBA to discuss the benefits of horse vs. camel use in Africa. Describe Berber trade

If any student finishes early, they can read. N/A

How did early people settle Africa? Read and discuss 422-424. Use Critical Thinking Skills pg. 422-423. Geography Connection 423. Progress Check top of 425 What are the African geographical areas? N/A

OTO Venn diagram: Camels vs. Horses Trading Empires of Africa pg. 425 Infographic pg. 424 Geography Connection 426 Progress Check 425

How did trade develop in Africa? N/A

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Abernathy Collegiate Charter SchoolMr. NewtonWeek of 8/26/13


8 Grade Chapter Title Pages Lesson #; Title Goals/Obj
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Monday 4 Life in US Colonies 92-95 2 Colonial Govt. SWDK of the values and beliefs that the colonists developed about government SWBA to explain the principles of limited government and representative government.

Tuesday 4 Life in US Colonies 96-100 3 Culture/Society SWDK of the traditional beliefs and values associated with American culture. SWBA to identif the traditional beliefs and values associated with life in the colonies.

Introduction

Discuss: It Matters Because pg. 92 Engage Activity

Activities

Read 92-95 Reading Skills pg. 93 OTO: Map-Mercantilism

Closing Checkpoint Homework

Close and reflect Use Progress Checks Lesson 2 review Study Guide

Grade Lesson 2 Study Guide Discuss: It Matters Because pg. 96 Engage Activity Lecture terms: Bottom page 97 OTO video: Great Awakening Discuss: Enlightenment Close and Reflect Use Progress Checks Lesson 3 review Study Guide

Wednesday 4 Life in US Colonies 101-105 Rivalry in N. America SWDK of the causes and consequences of the French and Indian War. SWBA to analyze Britains economic policies and the reactions of the colonists. Identify the causes and effects of the French and Indian war Grade Lesson 3 Study Guide Engage Activity

Thursday 4 Life in US Colonies 107-108 Review Day SWDK of the concepts, people and events associated with colonial America SWBA to apply this knowledge to the test

Friday 4 Life in US Colonies Test Test Ch. 4

Grade Lesson 4 Study Guide. Ask for questions

Review Test rules

Tell the story of the French and Indian war. Use OTO: ImageG.W. and the F. and I. War Show OTO: Image Unite or Die Use Progress Checks Lesson 4 review Study Guide

Do practice assessment pgs. 107-108

Students take test

Look for more quesitons

If they finish early, they may read

Study for test

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Abernathy Collegiate Charter SchoolMr. NewtonWeek of 8/26/13


9 Grade Chapter Title Pages Lesson #; Title Goals/Obj
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Monday 1 Rise of Civ. 1-3 1 Early Humans SWDK of the general location and time period of early human history. SWBA to list on which continents the earliest human discoveries are made. Describe what time period is covered in the chapter.

Tuesday 1 Rise of Civ. 4-6 1 Early Humans SWDK of early humans and their migratory patterns and the people who study them. SWBA to describe disciplines that study history. Explain the Out of Africa theory. Interpret primary sources

Introduction Activities

The Story Matters pg. 1 Step into the Place Step into the Time

Use Engage Activity 1 Define: Prehistory Anthropology, Archaeology, and paleontology. 2 Complete Geography Connection pg. 5. 3 Discuss: Dating methods 4 Discuss: Early Human development. DBQ pg. 6 Progress check pg. 6 N/A

Wednesday 1 Rise of Civ. 7-8 1 Early Humans SWDK of early humans and their migratory patterns and the people who study them SWBA to describe disciplines that study history. Explain the Out of Africa theory. Interpret primary sources. Use a map to identify migratory patterns. Review words in side bar pg. 7 1 Read and discuss: The Paleolithic Age. 2 Show image of Lascaux Cave. Discuss art. 3 Critical thinking skills

Thursday 1 Rise of Civ. 9-12 2 Neolithic Rev SWDK of the changes that the agricultural revolution brought to humanity. SWBA to define systematic agricultural. Detail the start, rise and the end of the Neo. Rev.

Friday 1 Rise of Civ. 12-13 2 Neolithic Rev. SWDK of the changes that the agricultural revolution brought to humanity. Describe Civ. And culture. SWBA to define systematic agricultural. Detail the start, rise and the end of the Neo. Rev.

Grade Lesson 1 Study guide. 1 Discuss: Neo. Rev. Major Developments 2 Geography Connection pg. 10 3. Discuss Neo. Farming, effects of Neo. Rev. and end of Neo. Age.

Define and discuss culture 1 Discuss Critical Thinking Skills pg 12

Closing Checkpoint Homework

Close and Reflect Visual skills 1-2 N/A

Close and Reflect Progress Check pg. 8 Lesson 1 Review Lesson 1 Study Guide

Thinking like a historian pg. 11 Critical thinking skills

Close and Reflect pg 13 Progress check pg 13 Lesson 2 Review Lesson 2 Study Guide