Lesson Plans for November 3, 2014 through November 7, 2014

Monday 11/3/2014

Essential Question: What were the most important achievements of the Mesopotamian empires?

 

Warm-Up: Type 1 Writing in your SS notebook (Place write Type 1 and 11/3/2014):

  1. What are your most important personal achievements?

 

Key Content Terms: empire, capital, tribute, code of laws, economy, siege

 

Activity

  1. Watch part 1 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.
  2.  Define Chapter 6 Key Content Terms: empire, capital, tribute, code of laws, economy, siege
  3. Watch part 2 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.
  4. Introduce Chapter 6 p.55 and create Tree Map for the Four Mesopotamian Empires
    1. Akkadian Empire 2300-2100 B.C.E.
    2. Babylonian Empire 1792-1595 B.C.E.
    3. Assyrian Empire 900-612 B.C.E.
    4. Neo-Babylonian Empire 605-539 B.C.E
  5. Watch part 3 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.

 

Assessment

  1. Type 1 Channel One News notes
  2. Type 1 Chapter 6 Preview
  3. Definitions of Key Content Terms
  4. Four Mesopotamian Empires Tree Map

 

Tuesday 11/4/2014

Essential Question: What were the most important achievements of the Mesopotamian empires?

 

Warm-Up: To Succeed in Business World questions.

 

Key Content Terms: empire, capital, tribute, code of laws, economy, siege

 

Activity

 

  1. Watch part 1 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.
  2.  Review Chapter 6 Key Content Terms: empire, capital, tribute
  3. Read pages 56 and 57. Answer Reading Note Questions
  4. Watch part 2 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.
  5. Add Reading Notes to “The Akkadian Empire” branch of Tree Map for the Four Mesopotamian Empires
  6. Watch part 3 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.

 

Assessment

  1. Type 1 Channel One News notes
  2. Definitions of Key Content Terms
  3. Reading Notes
  4. Tree Map for the Four Mesopotamian Empires

 

HOMEWORK

 

 

Wednesday 11/5/2014

Essential Question: What were the most important achievements of the Mesopotamian empires?

 

Warm-Up: Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower Packet.

 

Key Content Terms: empire, capital, tribute, code of laws, economy, siege

 

Activity

 

  1. Watch Channel One News and write 3 details about the news.
  2. Madame Curie Packet

 

Assessment:

  1. Type 1 Channel One News notes
  2. Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower Packet
  3. Madame Curie Packet

 

Thursday 11/6/2014

Essential Question: What were the most important achievements of the Mesopotamian empires?

 

Warm-Up: Sleep Snapshot questions.

 

Key Content Terms: empire, capital, tribute, code of laws, economy, siege

 

Activity

 

  1. Watch part 1 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.
  2. Review Chapter 6 Key Content Terms: code of laws, economy
  3. Read pages 58 and 59. Answer Reading Note Questions
  4. Watch part 2 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.
  5. Add Reading Notes to “Babylonian Empire” branch of Tree Map for the Four Mesopotamian Empires
  6. Watch part 3 of Channel One News and write 1 detail about the news.

 

Assessment

  1. Type 1 Channel One News notes
  2. Definitions of Key Content Terms
  3. Reading Notes
  4. Tree Map for the Four Mesopotamian Empires

 

HOMEWORK

 

Friday

Essential Question: What were the most important achievements of the Mesopotamian empires?

 

Warm-Up: Sleep Snapshot questions.

 

Key Content Terms: empire, capital, tribute, code of laws, economy, siege

 

Activity

 

  1. Watch Channel One News and write 3 details about the news.
  2. Review Chapter 6 Key Content Terms: code of laws
  3. Review “Hammurabi’s Law Code” homework.
  4. Code of Laws project.

Assessment:

  1. Type 1 Channel One News notes
  2. Definitions of Key Content Terms
  3. Code of Laws Project
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