Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Wednesday, September 18, 2019, World History: Module 3.2 Reign of Louis XIV


Into 5 minutes: Standards, Objectives, Agenda, Attendance, and Pledge of Allegiance
Standards: 10.2.2
Objectives: SWBAT
  • Share historical writing about sailors life during Spanish Imperialism.
  • Identify key terms and events during the Reign of Louis XIV
  • Recall and analyze knowledge found in section.
Essential Questions: Why do you think absolute monarchs came to power in many different regions, and what caused their demise?
Warm Up 10 minutes:  What made Montaigne and Descartes skeptics?Guided Reading 
Workbook 25 minutes: Module 3 Lesson 2 p. 37-39
Lecture 20 minutes: Reign of Louis XIV
Review for Test: Students review for test
Closing 10 minutes: Review Objectives

Friday, September 13, 2019

Monday, September 16, 2019, World History: Module 3.1 Spain's Empire and European Absolutism

Into 5 minutes: Standards, Objectives, Agenda, Attendance, and Pledge of Allegiance
Standards: 10.2.2
Objectives: SWBAT
  • Connect Spain’s Empire to the Americas
  • Identify reasons for the rise of Absolute Monarchs
  • Re-Create a letter explaining the life of a sailor.
Essential Questions
Why do you think absolute monarchs came to power in many different regions, and what caused their demise?
Presentations 20 minutes: Students finish presentations.
Reading 15 minutes: Module 3 California Connections
  • What was divine right of kings?
Reading 15 minutes: Module 3 Lesson 1 p. 108
Video 10 minutes: Students watch Peter the Great Video and explore timeline.
  1. Answer both questions at the end of video and timeline.
Lecture 20 minutes: Module 3 Lesson 1 Spain’s Empire and European Absolutism
Guided Reading Workbook 20 minutes: Spain’s Empire and European Absolutism p. 34-36
Closing 5 minutes: Review Objectives and Essential Questions




Thursday, September 12, 2019

Thursday, September 12, 2019, World History: Module 2.5 Europeans Settle North America

Into 5 minutes: Standards, Objectives, Attendance, Agenda, and Pledge of Allegiance Standards: 10.1.1, 10.1.2, 10.2.1, 10.2.2, 10.2.3
Objectives: SWBAT
  • Identify reasons why people have pursued exploration.
  • Evaluate the relationship between past empires and our world.
  • Create presentation on peoples’ expansion throughout the world.
Essential Question: Why were people of the Age of Exploration willing to risk lives and fortunes to expand the influence of their homelands?
Warm Up 10 minutes: Read Articles and watch videos: 9/11

  1. Three things you learned

Assessment 30 minutes: 2.5 p. 90 #1-6
Presentations 40 minutes: Presentations Continued
Study Guide 20 minutes: World History Module 1-2 Test Study Guide
Closing 5 minutes: Review Objectives           


Monday, September 9, 2019

Tuesday, September 10, 2019, World History: Module 2.4 Spain Builds an Empire

Into 5 minutes: Standards, Objectives, Attendance, Agenda, and Pledge of Allegiance 
Standards: 10.1.1, 10.1.2, 10.2.1, 10.2.2, 10.2.3
Objectives: SWBAT
  • Identify reasons why people have pursued exploration.
  • Evaluate the relationship between past empires and our world.
  • Create presentation on peoples’ expansion throughout the world.
Essential Question: Why were people of the Age of Exploration willing to risk lives and fortunes to expand the influence of their homelands?
Warm Up 15 minutes: Letter from the Crown
Activity 25 minutes: Spain Builds an Empire p. 22-23
Lecture 25 minutes: European Nations Settle North America and Atlantic Slave Trade
Project 20 minutes: Students complete presentations
Present 30 minutes: Students begin presentations.
Closing 5 minutes: Review Objectives

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Thursday, September 5, 2019, World History: Module 2.3-4 China and Japan Reject Expansion and Spain Builds and Empire

Into 5 minutes: Standards, Objectives, Attendance, Agenda, and Pledge of Allegiance Standards: 10.1.1, 10.1.2, 10.2.1, 10.2.2, 10.2.3
Objectives: SWBAT
  • Identify reasons why people have pursued exploration.
  • Evaluate the relationship between past empires and our world.
  • Create presentation on peoples’ expansion throughout the world.
Essential Question: Why were people of the Age of Exploration willing to risk lives and fortunes to expand the influence of their homelands?
Warm Up 10 minutes: Module 2 Lesson 3 The Forbidden City p. 61 #1-2
Guided Reading 20 minutes: China and Japan Reject Expansion p.19-21 Answer questions and complete graphic organizer.
Lecture 20 minutes: Japan
Primary Source 15 minutes: Letter from the Crown
Guided Reading 15 minutes: Spain Builds an Empire p. 22-23
Project 40 minutes: Partners
  1. The Mughal Empire in India
  2. Europe Explores the East
  3. China and Japan Reject Expansion
  4. Spain Builds an American Empire
  5. European Nations Settle North America
  6. The Atlantic Slave Trade
  7. The Columbian Exchange and Global Trade
Requirements:
  1. Title Page
  2. Big Idea/Why it matters now
  3. Key Terms and People
  4. Summary of each section in lesson
  5. What did you learn?
  6. Why were people of the Age of Exploration willing to risk lives and fortunes to expand the influence of their homelands?
  7. Multiple Choice Questions for each section
  8. Conclusion
Closing 5 minutes: Review Objectives

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Tuesday, September 3, 2019, World History: Module 2.2 Europe Explores the East


Into 5 minutes: Standards, Objectives, Attendance, Agenda, and Pledge of Allegiance Standards: 10.1.1, 10.1.2, 10.2.1, 10.2.2, 10.2.3
Objectives: SWBAT
  • Identify reasons why people have pursued exploration.
  • Evaluate the relationship between past empires and our world.
  • Create presentation on peoples’ expansion throughout the world.
Essential Question: Why were people of the Age of Exploration willing to risk lives and fortunes to expand the influence of their homelands?
Warm Up 10 minutes: Reading 15 minutes: The Tools of Exploration Module 2 Lesson 2 p. 53 #1-2
Lecture 20 minutes: Europeans Explore the East 
Reading 10 minutes: Europeans in the East, 1487-1700 p. 57 #1-2
Guided Reading 20 minutes: p.16-18 Questions and graphic organizer.
Project 40 minutes: Partners
  1. The Mughal Empire in India
  2. Europe Explores the East
  3. China and Japan Reject Expansion
  4. Spain Builds an American Empire
  5. European Nations Settle North America
  6. The Atlantic Slave Trade
  7. The Columbian Exchange and Global Trade 
Requirements: 
  1. Title Page
  2. Big Idea/Why it matters now
  3. Key Terms and People
  4. Summary of each section in lesson
  5. What did you learn?
  6. Why were people of the Age of Exploration willing to risk lives and fortunes to expand the influence of their homelands?
  7. Multiple Choice Questions for each question
  8. Conclusion
Closing 5 minutes: Review Objective



Friday, August 30, 2019, World History: Module 1 The Rise of Democratic Ideals

Into 5 minutes: Standards, Objectives, Attendance, Agenda, and Pledge of Allegiance
Standards: 10.1.1, 10.1.2, 10.2.1, 10.2.2, 10.2.3
Objectives: SWBAT 

  • Prepare a cohesive, well written short essay answering the essential question.

Warm Up 10 minutes: Take Module 2.1 #1-7 p. 47 for review
Writing 20 minutes: How did the theory and practice of democracy shape the world today?

  1. Introductory paragraph
    1. Thesis
  2. Supporting Paragraphs
    1. Three examples from discussion/videos/notes/hmwrk
  3. Conclusion
Democracy in Hong Kong
Closing 5 minutes: Review Objectives