LESSON PLANS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21st, 2015 THROUGH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25th, 2015

Monday September 21st, 2015

Essential Question: How do social scientists interpret the past?

Objectives: I Can create a Tree Map Identifying Topic, Main Idea, and Supporting Details for Chapter 1.

Key Content Terms: topic, main idea, supporting details, archaeologist, historian, geographer, artifact, prehistoric, ritual

Agenda:

  1. Warm-Up: Type 1- What do the words topic, main idea, and supporting details mean? Why is it important to know these when you read?
  2. Read Chapter 1: Investigating the Past pages 4-11
  3. Tree Map: Identify the Topic, Main Ideas, and 3 Supporting Details for Chapter 1: Investigating the Past pages 4-11
  4. Channel One News: Type 1- 3 Details
  5. Wrap-Up Activity: Type 1 Writing- 2 things you learned, 1 thing you found interesting, and 1 question I still have.

Tuesday September 22nd, 2015

Essential Question: What capabilities helped hominids survive?

Objectives:  I Can create Vocabulary Maps to help me understand Key Content Terms

Key Vocabulary Terms: anthropologist, hominid, capability, migrate

Agenda:

  1. Warm-Up: Early Hominids Preview
  2. Create Vocabulary Maps for Key Content Terms in Chapter 2 p.12-23
  3. Channel One News: Type 1 3 details
  4. Wrap-Up Activity: Type 1 Writing- 2 things you learned, 1 thing you found interesting, and 1 question I still have.

HOMEWORK


Wednesday September 23rd, 2015

Essential Question: What capabilities helped hominids survive?

Objectives: I Can create a Tree Map to Classify early hominids

Key Content Terms: archaeologist, historian, geographer, artifact, prehistoric, ritual

Agenda:

  1. Warm-Up: Channel One News: Type 1 3 Details
  2. Create Tree Map to classify early hominids Chapter 2 p.12-23
  3. Wrap-Up Activity: Type 1 Writing- 2 things you learned, 1 thing you found interesting, and 1 question I still have.

Thursday September 24, 2015

Essential Question: How did the development of agriculture change daily life in the Neolithic Age?

Objectives:  I Can create Vocabulary Maps to help me understand Key Content Terms

Key Content Terms: Paleolithic Age, Neolithic Age, Fertile Crescent, Catal Hoyuk, domesticate, agriculture, nomad, trade, resource

Agenda:

  1. Warm-Up: Chapter 3 Preview Activity
  2. Create Vocabulary Maps for Key Content Terms in Chapter 3 p.24-31
  3. Channel One News: Type 1- 3 Details
  4. Wrap-Up Activity: Type 1 Writing- 2 things you learned, 1 thing you found interesting, and 1 question I still have.

HOMEWORK


Friday September 25th, 2015

Essential Question: How did the development of agriculture change daily life in the Neolithic Age?

Objectives:  I Can create Double Bubble Maps to compare and contrast the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages

Key Vocabulary Terms: Key Content Terms: Paleolithic Age, Neolithic Age, Fertile Crescent, Catal Hoyuk, domesticate, agriculture, nomad, trade, resource, compare, and contrast

Agenda:

  1. Warm-Up: Type 1: What does the word contrast mean? What does contrast mean? Create a double bubble map to compare and contrast
  2. Create double bubble maps to compare and contrast the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages Chapter 3 p.24-31
  3. Channel One News: Type 1 3 details
  4. Wrap-Up Activity: Type 1 Writing- 2 things you learned, 1 thing you found interesting, and 1 question I still have.
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