• Weekly Lesson Plans

    Week of May 6

    Monday  

    We will: Analyze the causes, course, and consequences of the American Revolution. 

    Agenda: Complete Chapter 9 test 

        When finished read book 

    I will: describe some significant events that took place during the Am. Revolution. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Analyze the causes, course, and consequences of the American Revolution. 

    Agenda: Study guide for Unit 4 

            Use chapters 8 & 9 to complete study guide 

    I will: explain why the colonist wanted independence from Great Britain 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Analyze the causes, course, and consequences of the American Revolution. 

    Agenda: Unit 4 test 

         When finished read Chap. 10 

    I will: Explain what the colonist gained for defeating the British 

     Thursday  

    We will: Analyze the development of the U.S. political system through the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. 

    Agenda: Begin reading and discussing Chap 10. Page 187 

        Section 1 pages 187-189 

        Complete Assess your understanding page 189 

    I will: explain the challenges the independent colonies faced 

     Friday  

    We will: Analyze the development of the U.S. political system through the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. 

    Agenda: Read and discuss Section 2 pages 190-199 

                    Complete activities in section 2.  

    I will: explain how and why the states developed their own constitutions 

    Week of April 29

    Monday - Give back graded papers, Review Section 1 Chap 9 and Read and discuss section 2

    Tuesday - Complete section 2 and begin reading and discussing section 3

    Wednesday - Read and discuss sections 4 and 5 Chap 9 and complete activities.

    Thursday - Review for Chapter 9 test by completing a study guide

    Friday - Chapter 9 test

    Week of April 22

    Monday LEAP TESTING WEEK 

    We will: review some test taking practices and materials for the leap test. 

    Agenda: Review materials for Leap test. 

    I will: Share how I will do my best on the leap test. 

    Tuesday LEAP TESTING TUESDAY-FRIDAY  

    We will:  

    Agenda: Leap test 

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    Wednesday  

    We will:  

    Agenda: Leap Test 

    I will 

    Thursday  

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    Agenda: Leap test 

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    AgendaLeap test 

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    Week of April 15

    Monday-complete Chapter 8 study guide

    Tuesday-Chapter 8 Test and SLT (Chapter9)

    Wednesday-complete SLT and intro Chapter 9

    Thursday and Friday-begin reading and discussing the Chapter 9 sections and completing activities

    Monday  

    We will: explain how Britain’s actions towards the colonies led to them seeking their independence. 

    Agenda: Complete Chapter 8 study guide 

    I will: List one action Britain did to make the colonists seek independence. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: explain how Britain’s actions towards the colonies led to them seeking their independence. 

    Agenda: Quick Review for Chapter 8 test. 

      Complete Chapter 8 test 

      Start Chapter 9 pre-test 

    I will: explain one of the ways the colonists sought their independence. 

    Wednesday  

    We will: explain how the colonists in Boston prepared for any British attacks before the American Revolution officially began. 

    Agenda: Complete Chapter 9 pre-test 

      Read Chapter 9 

      Work on big evidence collector 

    I willexplain one way the colonists began to prepare for the Am. Revolution. 

    Thursday  

    We will: explain how the colonists in Boston prepared for any British attacks before the American Revolution officially began. 

    Agenda: Intro Chapter 9 

    Read and discuss Section 1 pages 159-161 

    Problem-Solution chart page 160 

    Assess your understanding page 161  

    I will: Explain the quote “The British are Coming” by Paul Revere 

    Friday  

    We will: explain how the leaders of the Continental Army raised morale when the soldiers wanted to give up. 

    AgendaBegin reading and discussing Section 2 pages 162-177 

      Complete activities in section 2 

    I will: explain one way the leaders raised the morale of the soldiers.

     

       

     

    Week of April 8

    We will begin Chapter 8 The Road to the Revolution

    Read and Discuss Sections

    Complete Activities that go with each section 

    Monday  

    We will: Analyze the causes of the American Revolution. 

    Agenda: Read through Chapter 8 

      Answer supporting questions for each section. 

    I will: explain one cause of the American Revolution. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Explain how Great Britian’s neglect and new taxes on the colonist lead to revolutionary ideas spreading in the colonies. 

    Agenda: Read and discuss Section 1 pages 135-146 

      Fill in Tax chart page 140 

      Complete the timeline page 146 

    I will: Explain one of the new taxes Great Britian put on the colonists 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Identify the differences between the Patriots and Loyalists 

    Agenda: Read and discuss Section 2 pages 146-148 

    Point of View page 147 

      Building an Argument page 148 

      Complete filling out charts from yesterday 

    I willExplain difference between a Patriot and Loyalist 

     Thursday  

    We will: Explain how the Sons of Liberty were important to mobilizing colonial support for American Independence. 

    Agenda: Read and Discuss Section 3 pages 148-151 

      Reading for information questions page 149 

      Interpreting Historical Sources page 151 

    I will: explain who the Sons of Liberty were and their impact on the colonists. 

     Friday  

    We will: Explain how John Loke’s ideas affected the Declaration of Independence. 

    AgendaRead and discuss Section 4 pages 152-158 

    Compare and contrast page 152 

      Critical Thinking chart page 155 

    I will: Explain John Loke’s idea of natural law and how that affected the Declaration of Independence. 

    Some Leap Review

    Week of March 25

    This week we will continue to:

     Read and Discuss Chapter 7 Sections 2-3

     Complete activities from each section

    Complete handout activities for each section

    Chapter Review

    Monday  

    We will: explain what the Native American were fighting for during the French and Indian War. 

    Agenda: Go over answers for Native Indian/Ohio River Valley 

                    Read and Discuss Section 2 pages 128-131 

            Complete activities in the section 2 Quick Review page 130 

          Assess Your Understanding page 131 

    I will: explain how the Native Americans were affected by the war. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Explain the Treaty of Paris and the effects of the French and Indian War. 

    Agenda: Read and Discuss Section 3 pages 131-134 

         Complete the following activities:  Map Skill-Builder page 132, 

        Quick Review and Chronological Events page 134 

    I will: Explain the Treaty of Paris 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Explain the Treaty of Paris and the effects of the French and Indian War. 

    Agenda: Complete Map activity Before and After, Graphic Organizer Treaty of Paris, Scavenger Hunt 

    I will: Explain how the territory claims changed after the war 

     Thursday  

    We will: Explain the Treaty of Paris and the effects of the French and Indian War. 

    Agenda: Complete Chapter 7 Study Guide 

    I will: Explain the effects of the French and Indian War  

     Friday NO SCHOOL SPRING BREAK 

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    Week of March 18

    This week we will be starting the following:

    Unit 4 The Road to Independence

    Chapter 7 The French and Indian War

    We will be introducing the unit and starting the section work in the chapter.

    Section 1 What started the French and Indiana War?

    Read and discuss section 1 and complete activities.

    Vocab handout-Building an Argument- Charts-Primary Source Analysis-Cause and Effect

     

     

    Week of March 11

    Monday (Teacher Inservice Day)  

    We will:  No School 

    Agenda: 

    I will:  

    Tuesday  

    We will: Analyze the growth and development of colonial Louisiana. 

    Agenda: Make Corrections on Chapter 6 test 

    Complete LA Parish Map and Vocab Handout 

      Notebook/Chapter 6 check  

    I will: define what a parish is and name the parish i currently live in. 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Analyze the growth and development of colonial Louisiana. 

    Agenda: Begin the Unit 3 Review Colonial Louisiana 

    I willIdentify one factor in the growth of Colonial Louisiana 

     Thursday  

    We will: Analyze the growth and development of colonial Louisiana.  

    Agenda: Finish the Unit 3 Review Colonial Louisiana  

    I will: Identify one factor in the development of Colonial Louisiana 

    Friday  

    We will: Analyze the growth and development of colonial Louisiana. 

    AgendaTake the Unit 3 Test on Edulastic 

    I will: Explain how Colonial Louisiana grew and developed 

    Week of March 4

    Monday - complete scavenger hunt from Chapter Six and color the parishes of Louisiana

    Tuesday - Go over assignments from Friday and Monday. Discuss answers to questions and make any corrections needed

    Wednesday - Work on review for Chapter Six

    Thursday - Complete review and go over answers for review and study for the Chapter six test

    Friday - Chapter Six Test

    Wed Feb 28 Virtual Day

    Use Chapter 6 packet in your S.S. folder to read and annotate Section 4 pages 119-121 and complete the compare and contrast activity and the assess your knowledge activity.

    Week of Feb 26

    Kathy Richard Social Studies Grades 6-8 Week of Feb. 26 

    CCS: 6.10 Analyze the growth and development of colonial Louisiana. 

    b. Describe the factors that influenced migration within and to Louisiana by various groups, including French, Spanish, Africans, Acadians, Germans, Canary Islanders/Is lenos, and Haitians 

    ***Daily Bellinger *** 

    Monday  

    We will: Identify cultural groups in Spanish Colonial Louisiana and their impact on the development of Louisiana 

    Agenda: Read and annotate section 3 pages 113-119 

      Complete activities on pages 115-119 

    I will: Identify one cultural group and describe how they influenced the development of Louisiana. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Identify cultural groups in Spanish Colonial Louisiana and their impact on the development of Louisiana          

    Agenda: Popcorn read pages 113—119 and discuss annotations 

      Go over the answers for activities pages 115-119 

    I will: describe the factors that influenced migration within and to Louisiana by the various groups we read about. 

     Wednesday  

    We will: Identify cultural groups in Spanish Colonial Louisiana and their impact on the development of Louisiana 

    Agenda: Section 4 French Influence in Spanish Colonial Louisiana 

      Popcorn read pages 119-121 

      Complete Compare and Contrast questions page 120 

      Complete Assess your understanding page 121 

    I willexplain the French influence in Spanish Colonial Louisiana 

     Thursday  

    We will: Identify cultural groups in Spanish Colonial Louisiana and their impact on the development of Louisiana 

    Agenda: Complete Image Analysis Market Folks, New Orleans 

      Complete Classifying Information Handout Cultural Groups of Louisiana 

    I will: Identify a cultural group and describe one of its achievements and why it was significant. 

     Friday (See Sub Plans) 

    We will: Identify how Spain benefited from acquiring Colonial Louisiana 

    AgendaAnswer questions from handout Big Question Evidence Collector 

    I will: List one reason why Spain benefited from acquiring Colonial Louisiana. 

     

    Jan 16-Feb 23 Sub Plans

    The sub covered part of Unit 3 Colonial Louisiana.

    Chapter 5 French Colonial Louisiana

    Part of Chapter 6 Spanish Colonial Louisiana (sections 1 and 2)

    Week of Jan 8-12

    We will begin Unit 3 Colonial Louisiana

    Analyze the growth and development of colonial Louisiana. 

    Describe the Land of Colonial Louisiana

    Early Settlement of Louisiana

    The development of the French Colony

    More detailed information to come.

    Week of Jan 4-5

    CCS: 6.5 Use maps to identify absolute locations (latitude and longitude) and describe geographic characteristics of places in Louisiana, North America, and the world. 

    Daily Bellinger Student have bell ringer and will work on it the beginning of class  

    Monday  

    We will: NO SCHOOL 

    Agenda: 

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    Tuesday  

    We will: NO SCHOOL 

    Agenda:  

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    Wednesday  

    We will: NO SCHOOL  

    Agenda:  

    I will 

     Thursday SUB Day  

    We will: Describe the geographic characteristics of places in Louisiana and places in  North America. 

    Agenda: Complete map activity  

    I will:  

     Friday   SUB 

    We will: Describe the geographic characteristics of places in Louisiana and places in North America. 

    Agenda: Complete Map Skills 

         Complete Literacy Skills Read on Doc for Unit 3  

    I will: 

     

       Week of Dec 18-19

     
     

    Monday  

    We will: Use maps to identify locations and geographic characteristics of places in Louisiana.   

    Agenda: Complete Unit 2 Edulastic test 

    Complete Timeline assignment on Canvas 

                    Begin Map skills activity America and Louisiana 

    I will: Explain how I created my timeline and explain one important date I put on my timeline 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Use maps to identify locations and geographic characteristics of places in Louisiana.   

    Agenda: Complete map activity on America and Louisiana  

    I will: List some of the different geographic characteristics of Louisiana 

    Wednesday Christmas Break!!!! 

    This week we will examine the history of the institution of slavery in North America.

    Explain how slavery developed in Colonial America.

    Describe the daily life of enslaved people in colonial times.

    Explain the rules and laws used to regulate the practice of slavery.

    Week of Dec 11-15

    Monday  

    We will: Explain how slavery developed in Colonial America. 

    Agenda: Copy terms in notebook 

    Read document on Cavas Slavery in Colonial America 

      Write on take away from each paragraph 

    I will: Explain the two causes of slavery 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Describe the daily life of enslaved people in colonial times.      

    Agenda: Go overtake aways from Slavey in Colonial America 

    Flocabulary video Slavery in America 

      Read Document on Cavas African Slave Life in Colonial British America 

      Describe the living conditions and daily life of the slaves. 

    I will: Explain a day in the life of a slave. 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Explain the rules and laws used to regulate the practice of slavery 

    Agenda: Look at study. Com lesson Chattel Slavery 

      Complete assignment on canvas Slave Laws 

    I will: Describe two of the laws used to regulate slavery. 

    Thursday  

    We will: Review for the Unit 2 Test 13 colonies 

    Agenda: Complete review for Unit 2 Test 

    I will: Explain something I learned for the Unit 2 Review 

    Friday  

    We will: Take the unit 2 test 13 Colonies Test 

    Agenda: Complete Unit 2 test 13 Colonies  

    I will: List a few facts I learned about the 13 colonies 

       

     

    Week of Dec4-8

    Monday  

    We will: Explain how the growth of the colonies impacted the relations between the Native Americans and the colonist 

    Agenda: Canvas Growth of the 13 British Colonies 

         Read document and answer question in notebook 

    I will: Explain a challenge the Native Americans faced during the colonial era. 

     Tuesday  

    We will: Explain how the growth of the colonies impacted the relations between the Native Americans and the colonist 

    Agenda: Go over questions from Monday 

        Complete Evaluating Sources Bacons Rebellion 

    I will: Explain the cause of Bacons Rebellion 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Explain the daily life for women and children in the colonies 

    Agenda: View videos on Women and children in colonial times 

        Fill in guided note guide on Women and Children in Colonial America  

        using National Geographic’s article 

    I will: Explain what life was like for the women and children in the colonies. 

    Thursday  

    We will: Explain the daily life for women and children in the colonies. 

    Agenda: Read and discuss Boston Trade Sarah Knight on her travels 

        Review for quiz 

    I will: Explain some of the customs of colonial life 

     Friday                  SUB  

    We will: Review terms and important people from this topic 

    Agenda: Go over review handout 

        Class competition for review 

    I will: Name one important person and explain their importance to their colony. 

    Week of Nov 27-Dec1

    Monday
    We will: Analyze how the Middle colonies developed politically, religiously, and
    economically.
    Agenda: Overview of Colonies(PEGS)
     Distribute Facts about Middle Colonies
     Fill in fact sheet about Middle Colonies
     Constructed response question on Middle Colonies
     Turn in Notebook and Map and Colonial Fact sheets.
    I will: List one fact about the middle colonies
    Tuesday
    We will: Analyze how the Middle colonies developed politically, religiously, and
    economically.
    Agenda: Read handout about the Middles Colonies
     Answer questions
    I will: Explain why the Middle colonies were called the “The Colonial Breadbasket”
    Wednesday
    We will: Analyze how the 13 colonies developed politically, religiously, and
    Economically.
    Agenda: Give back notebooks and papers
     Go over answers to constructed response questions
     Go over Middle Colonies document answers
    I will: Explain how I can give better reasoning explanations on my CR questions.
    Thursday
    We will: Analyze how the 13 colonies developed politically, religiously, and
    Economically.
    Agenda: Read and annotate handout about New England colonies
     Answer questions about the New England colonies
    I will: Explain how the New England colonies developed religiously.
    Friday
    We will: Analyze how the 13 colonies developed politically, religiously, and
    economically.
    Agenda: Read and annotate handout about Southern colonies
     Answer questions about the New England colonies
    I will: Explain how the Southern colonies developed economically.

    Week of Nov 13-17

    ***Daily Bellinger *** 

    Monday  

    We will: Create a colony to understand the challenges settlers overcame in starting a new settlement in North America 

    Agenda: Go over Building a Colony activity the task list 

                    Go over the steps to build a colony 

     I will: explain one challenge the settlers may have faced. 

    Tuesday  

    We will:  Create a colony to understand the challenges settlers overcame in starting a new settlement in North America 

    Agenda: Building a Colony group activity 

    I will: explain what type of charter my group was given from the King 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Create a colony to understand the challenges settlers overcame in starting a new settlement in North America 

    Agenda: Continue Buildng a Colony activity 

    I will: explain the type of government my colony has. Thursday  

    We will: Create a colony to understand the challenges settlers overcame in starting a new settlement in North America 

    Agenda: Building a Colony activity 

    I will: share a challenge my group is faced with in building a colony 

     Friday  

    We will: Create a colony to understand the challenges settlers overcame in starting a new settlement in North America 

    Agenda: Present colonies 

    I will: explain the challenges the settlers had to overcome to build a colony. 

     

    Week of Nov 6-10

    We are continuing to explain how the 13 colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically.

    We will be finishing up the New England colonies and the start of the Middle colonies, reading and discussing how they developed.

    More details to come.

    Week of Oct 30-Nov 3

    Monday  

    We will: Explain how the Southern colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically 

    Agenda: Complete constructed response question 

    I will: Explain the three different ways the Southern colonies developed. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Explain how the New England colonies developed politically, religiously and economically. 

    Agenda: 13 colonies map and power point 

         Lable the New England colonies 

         Complete the facts about the New England colonies handout. 

    I will: List some interesting facts about the New England colonies. 

     Wednesday  

    We will: Explain how the New England colonies developed politically, religiously and economically. 

    Agenda: Read and Annotated Documents 

                    Fill in Graphic Organizer for New England Colonies 

    I will: Explain how the New England colonies developed politically. 

     Thursday  

    We will: Explain how the New England colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically 

    Agenda: Complete constructed response question 

    I will: Explain the three different ways the Southern colonies developed. 

     Friday  

    We will: Explain how the Middle colonies developed politically, religiously and economically. 

    Agenda: 13 colonies map and power point 

         Lable the Middle colonies 

         Complete the facts about the Middle colonies' handout. 

    I will: List some interesting facts about the Middle colonies. 

     

    Week of Oct 23-27

    Monday  

    We will: Explain how the Southern colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically.  

    Agenda: Go over Unit 1 Edulastic assessment 

     Go over CER 

      Constructed response to supporting question 1 

    I will: Share how CER was helpful in writing my constructed response. 

    Tuesday  

    We will:  Analyze French colonial Louisiana        

    Agenda: Complete assessment on Edulastic (SLT) 

    I will: Share one thing I know I got right on the assessment 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Analyze the Spanish colonial Louisianan 

    Agenda: Complete assessment on Edulastic (SLT) 

    I will: Share one thing I know I got right on the assessment 

    Thursday  

    We will: Explain how the New England colonies developed politically, religiously and economically. 

    Agenda: 13 colonies map and power point 

      Lable the New England colonies 

      Complete the facts about the New England colonies handout. 

    I will: List some interesting facts about the New England colonies. 

     Friday  

    We will: Explain how the New England colonies developed politically, religiously and economically. 

    Agenda: Read and Annotated Documents 

    Fill in Graphic Organizer for New England Colonies 

    I will: Explain how the New England colonies developed politically. 

     

       

    Week of Oct 16-20

    Monday  

    We will: Complete the Unit 1 assessment on edulastic. 

    Agenda: Unit 1 assessment 

    I will: Share one thing I learned from Unit 1 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Explain how the Southern colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically.          

    Agenda: Fill in the Southern Colonies on Map 

        Power point  

        Fill in Facts about Southern Colonies 

    I will: Explain facts about the Southern Colonies 

    Wednesday  

    We will: explain how the Southern colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically.          

    Agenda: Read and annotate Southern Colonies text 

                   Fill in graphic organizer for the Southern Colonies 

    I will: Explain how one of the southern colonies developed  

    Thursday  

    We will: explain how the Southern colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically.          

    Agenda: Read and annotate Tobacco and Colonial Economy 

                    Fill in graphic organizer 

    I will: Explain how Tobacco helped the development of the southern colonies. 

    Friday  

    We will: explain how the Southern colonies developed politically, religiously, and economically.          

    Agenda: Read and annotate documents 

        Fill in graphic organizer 

    I will: Explain the economic growth and factors that contributed to the success of the Southern colonies. 

     

       

    Week of Oct 10-13

    ***Daily Bellinger *** 

    Monday No school teacher Inservice.  

    We will:  

    Agenda:  

    I will:  

    Tuesday  

    We will: Identify how the English settlement of Jamestown began, and what challenges the colonists faced there.  

    Agenda: Read and annotate documents 

    Answer questions from documents 

    I will: Explain a challenge the colonists faced 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Identify how the English settlement of Plymouth Rock began and what challenges did the colonists face? 

    Agenda: Fill in guided notes from power point 

    I will: Explain how Plymouth Rock began and it challenges 

    Thursday  

    We will: Analyze cooperation, competition and conflict between colonists and Native Americans. 

    Agenda: Use PowerPoint to fill in chart 

    I will: Explain the conflict between the colonists and Native Americans. 

     Friday  

    We will: Review how the English settlements in North America were similar and different. 

    Agenda: Review for Unit 1 test 

    I will: Explain how the settlements were similar and different. 

     

       

    Week of Oct 2-4

    Monday  

    We will: Discuss the significance of the founding of Roanoke and the disappearance of the colony. 

    Agenda:  Watch a video for discussion about “Lost Colony” 

    Finish writing a story about the “Lost Colony” 

    Share story 

    I will: Explain my reasoning for what happened to Roanoke 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Explain the importance of the founding and development of the colony of Jamestown.      

    Agenda: Power Point 

      Fill in guided notes 

      Read and annotate Jamestown Documents 

    I will: Explain why Jamestown was more successful than Roanoke 

    Wednesday (I will have a SUB today)  

    We will: Practice map skill Latitude and Longitude 

    Agenda: Complete Map Acitvity 

    I will: Complete the Map Activity. 

    Thursday NO SCHOOL FALL BREAK (Thurs-Fri) 

    Week of Sept 25-29

    Monday  

    We will: Describe the ways the lives of the indigenous people of North America changed because of European exploration. 

    Agenda: Had back graded work 

     Finish European Posters 

    Read and annotate documents 

        Fill in positive and negative effects chart 

    I will: Explain how the indigenous people lives changed because of the European exploration. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Identify the motivations for European exploration and its effects on the New World (North America)      

    Agenda: Complete study guide for Unit One 

    I will: Share one fact I learned from unit one.  

    Wednesday  

    We will: Identify the motivations for European exploration and its effects on the New World (North America)     

    Agenda: Take a test on Unit One 

    I will: List two reasons why European exploration and settlements began in North America 

    Thursday  

    We will: Discuss the significance of the founding of Roanoke and the disappearance of the colony. 

    Agenda: Distribute Unit 1, Topic 2 Vocabulary 

      PowerPoint with guided notes 

    I will: Explain how Roanoke was founded 

     Friday  

    We will: Discuss the significance of the founding of Roanoke and the disappearance of the colony. 

    Agenda: Read and annotate articles (The first English colony at Roanoke and What happened to the Roanoke Colony 

    I will: Explain the disappearance of the Roanoke colony 

    Week of Sept 18-22

    Monday  

    We will: Analyze the differences in the early explorations of the Europeans 

    Agenda: Age of Exploration PowerPoint 

        Identify motivations, achievements, obstacles of exploration 

    I will: explain one difference between the explorations of the Europeans. 

    Tuesday  

    We will: Analyze the differences in the early explorations of the Europeans     

    Agenda: Use PowerPoint the complete European exploration chart 

    I will: Explain the different goals of Spanish, French, Dutch, and English exploration. 

    Wednesday  

    We will: Analyze the differences in the early explorations of the Europeans 

    Agenda: Go over vocab. (#3) 

      Show example of annotations on doc. (YouTube video) 

      Read and annotate documents  

      Fill in vocabulary using context clues 

    I will: List one obstacle the explorers had during their journey. 

    Thursday  

    We will: Analyze the differences in the early explorations of the Europeans 

    Agenda: Continue to read and annotate documents 

    I will: Explain the different goals of the Spanish, French, Dutch, and English exploration. 

     Friday  

    We will: Analyze the differences in the early explorations of the Europeans 

    Agenda: Take quiz 

    I will: explain how and why the different countries began exploring the new world. 

     

       

    Week of Sept 11

    Monday  

    We will: Identify different motivations for exploration and colonization. 

    Agenda: Read and annotate vocabulary (#2) 

         Read and annotate secondary text 

                   Began answering SQ2  

    I will: List reasons why the Europeans explored North America  

    Tuesday  

    We will: Identify different motivations for exploration and colonization. 

     Agenda: Power Point Unit 1 SQ2 

         Fill in guided notes 

    I will: Share what the explorers found when they came to North Am. 

    Wednesday   

    We will: Identify different motivations for exploration and colonization. 

    Agenda: Put students in groups 

      Read and take notes on documents 

      Answer questions and write definitions from context clues 

    I will: Explain the three reasons why Europeans were motivated to explore 

    Thursday  

    We will: Analyze the differences in the early explorations of the Europeans 

    Agenda: Age of Exploration power point 

    Identify motivations, achievements, obstacles of exploration 

    I will: Explain one difference between the explorations of the Europeans 

     Friday  

    We will: Analyze the differences in the early explorations of the Europeans 

    Agenda: Use power point to complete European Exploration Chart 

    I will: Explain the different goals of Spanish, French, Dutch, and English exploration. 

    Week of Sept 4

    Monday NO SCHOOL
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    Agenda:
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    Tuesday
    We will: Use maps to describe the different regions of the US and what North
    America was like before European exploration
    Agenda: Go over maps grade and make corrections
     Complete PEGS handout
    I will: List what PEGS stands for.
    Wednesday
    We will: Identify and describe the indigenous societies of North America prior to
    exploration.
    Agenda: Flocab “Who discovered America”
     Indigenous Societies Power Point (answer questions)
    I will: Explain how geography impacted the different lifestyles of the indigenous
    tribes of North America
    Thursday
    We will: Identify the different motivationsfor exploration and colonization.
    Agenda: Go over vocabulary (#2)
     Read and annotate secondary text Motivation for European Conquests
    I will: Write down one motivation for exploration and colonization
    Friday
    We will: Identify the different motivations for exploration and colonization.
    Agenda: Power point Unit 1 SQ2
     Fill in guided notes
    I will: Write down a challenge the explorers faced in exploring North America

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