February

U.S. History

 

Mr.Ryan 

U.S. History

 

Week of: February 3-7

                

 

US History

Monday 2/3

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

The actions that led to World War 2

Standard

Analyze and evaluate the causes, events and impacts of World War II from various perspectives, to include:

a. failures and successes of the treaty of Versailles and the league of nations; rise of totalitarianism (e.g., Nazi Germany’s policies of European domination,

holocaust);

b. political, diplomatic and military leadership (e.g., Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, Benito

Teacher Activities & Strategies

1. Show the attack on Pearl Harbor from the movie “Tora, Tora, Tora”

Student Activities

  1. Watch the attack on Pearl Harbor

Assessment/Evaluation

Participation

Academic Vocabulary (optional by dept.)

Pearl Harbor, FDR,

Additional Resources

Tora, Tora, Tora

Modifications/ Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Tuesday 2/4

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

The actions that led to World War 2

Standard

Analyze and evaluate the causes, events and impacts of World War II from various perspectives, to include:

a. failures and successes of the treaty of Versailles and the league of nations; rise of totalitarianism (e.g., Nazi Germany’s policies of European domination,

holocaust);

b. political, diplomatic and military leadership (e.g., Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, Benito

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Pass out the Speech made by FDR to Congress after the attack on Pearl Harbor
  2. Review the SOAPS method of document analysis
  3. Monitor students reading and analysis of the speech

Student Activities

  1. Read the FDR speech to Congress
  2. Apply the SOAPS document analysis to FDR’s speech

Assessment/Evaluation

Students will be graded on their analysis of the FDR speech

Academic Vocabulary

Infamy

Additional Resources

Pearl Harbor Speech: Day of Infamy

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Wednesday 2/5

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Why the Holocaust occurred

Standard

Analyze and evaluate the causes, events and impacts of World War II from various perspectives, to include:

a. failures and successes of the treaty of Versailles and the league of nations; rise of totalitarianism (e.g., Nazi Germany’s policies of European domination,

holocaust);

b. political, diplomatic and military leadership (e.g., Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, Benito

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Lecture on the Holocaust

 

Student Activities

  1. Take notes over the Holocaust

Assessment/Evaluation

Cornell notes will be graded

Academic Vocabulary

Holocaust, Concentration camps, Death Camps

Additional Resources

Power point on the Holcaust

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Thursday 2/6

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Why the Holocaust occurred

Standard

Analyze and evaluate the causes, events and impacts of World War II from various perspectives, to include:

a. failures and successes of the treaty of Versailles and the league of nations; rise of totalitarianism (e.g., Nazi Germany’s policies of European domination,

holocaust);

b. political, diplomatic and military leadership (e.g., Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, Benito

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Show the Video, “Auschwitz” If you Cried you died”

Student Activities

  1. Watch and take notes on Auschwitz
  2. Take holocaust vocabulary test

Assessment/Evaluation

Students will be graded on their Holocaust vocabulary test

Academic Vocabulary

Auschwitz

Additional Resources

Auschwitz, If you Cried you died video

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

US History

Friday 2/7

Objective

(Today I will Learn

Identify the changes President Jackson brought to the American political system

Standard

2:A. 1,2 Discuss Jacksonian Democracy 1. Identify the nation’s sixth president A. Explain why he was elected by the House of Representatives B. Identify the changes Jackson brought to the American political system

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Display Guided Reading questions 11.1
  2. Oversee the students answering the G.R. 11.1 questions

Student Activities

  1. Copy Guided Reading Questions from overhead
  2. Answer G.R. 11.1 questions in complete sentences

 

Assessment/Evaluation

Students will be graded on G.R. 11.1 questions

Academic Vocabulary

Majority, Favorite son, Mudslinging, suffrage, spoils system

Additional Resources

Build our Nation: “Jackson a New Kind of Politics pages 367-372

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

  

           

                           Geography
                              Mr.Ryan 

                        February 3-7

                

 

Geography

Monday, 2/3

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Describe what major world climate zones are like

Standard

2-A: analyze and evaluate the characteristics and purposes of geographic tools, knowledge, skills and perspectives and apply them to explain the past, present and future in terms of patterns, events and issues:

Teacher Activities & Strategies

1. Guide the students in creating a Cause and effect chart on climate Zones

Student Activities

  1. Create a Climate Zone Chart

Assessment/Evaluation

Students will be graded on their Climate Zone charts

Academic Vocabulary (optional by dept.)

Savanna, Climate

Additional Resources

Building Geography Skills for Life: The World’s Climates pages 107-109

Modifications/ Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Tuesday, 2/4

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Describe the four basic parts of Earth’s Geography

Standard

2-A: analyze and evaluate the characteristics and purposes of geographic tools, knowledge, skills and perspectives and apply them to explain the past, present and future in terms of patterns, events and issues:

Teacher Activities & Strategies

1. Lecture on the Earth’s geography

Student Activities

  1. Take Cornell notes on the lecture on the Earth’s geography

Assessment/Evaluation

Students will be graded on their notes

Academic Vocabulary

Acid rain, deforestation, crop rotation

Additional Resources

Building Geography Skills for Life: The World’s Biomes and Ecosystems pages 109-111

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Wednesday, 2/5

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Review for Chapter 2 test

Standard

2-A: analyze and evaluate the characteristics and purposes of geographic tools, knowledge, skills and perspectives and apply them to explain the past, present and future in terms of patterns, events and issues:

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Display Chapter 2 test review question on overhead
  2. Oversee the students work on Chapter 2 test review

Student Activities

  1. Copy Chapter 2 Test review questions from the overhead

Assessment/Evaluation

Students will work on Chapter 2 test review

Academic Vocabulary

Water Cycle, Evaporation, weather, Climate, Savanna, Sub-artic, Acid Rain, Deforestation

Additional Resources

Chapter 2 Test Review

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Thursday, 2/6

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Review for Chapter 2 test

Standard

2-A: analyze and evaluate the characteristics and purposes of geographic tools, knowledge, skills and perspectives and apply them to explain the past, present and future in terms of patterns, events and issues:

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Oversee students continuing work on Chapter 2 test review

Student Activities

  1. Continue work on Chapter 2 test review

Assessment/Evaluation

Students continue work on Chapter 2 test review

Academic Vocabulary

Water Cycle, Evaporation, weather, Climate, Savanna, Sub-artic, Acid Rain, Deforestation

Additional Resources

Chapter 2 Test Review

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

Geography

Friday, 2/7

Objective

(Today I will Learn)

Take Chapter 2 test

Standard

2-A: analyze and evaluate the characteristics and purposes of geographic tools, knowledge, skills and perspectives and apply them to explain the past, present and future in terms of patterns, events and issues:

Teacher Activities & Strategies

  1. Pass out Chapter 2 test
  2. Oversee students taking Chapter 2 test

Student Activities

  1. Take Chapter 2 Test
  2. Copy and Illustrate a list of Chapter 3 Vocabulary words

 

Assessment/Evaluation

Students Chapter 2 test will be graded

Academic Vocabulary

 

Additional Resources

 

Modifications/

Accommodations

The students will be provided copies of overhead notes, any handouts, modified tests, quizzes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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