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Regene Martin

U.S. History

Each class has its own page to view homework.  Go to the drop-down tab where each class period is listed.  Choose the correct tab and find information regarding the students for that class.

 

Essential Question

Can the student explain the importance of studying history and give examples of the influence of geography on the way we live?

Florida Standards

SS.8.A.1.1-Provide supporting details for an answer from text, interview for oral history, check validity of information from research/text, and identify strong vs. weak arguments , SS.8.A.1.3- Analyze current events relevant to American History topics through a variety of electronic and print media resources, SS.8.A.1.2- Analyze charts, graphs, maps, photographs and timelines; analyze political cartoons; determine cause and effect., SS.8.G.1.2- Use appropriate geographic tools and terms to identify and describe significant places and regions in American History, SS.8.G.6.1-Use appropriate maps and other graphic representations to analyze geographic problems and changes over time throughout American History, SS.8.A.1.5-Identify, within both primary and secondary sources, the author, audience, format, and purpose of significant historical documents.

8/20/2018

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Bellringer

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Bellringer:  H 1.3 -Contrasting

What is the difference between location and place? – pg. 12

No Bellringer

Bellringer:  H 1.4 Analyzing Images –– What do you see in the image, and how does it show human-environment interaction? Pg. 13

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Bellringer: H 1.5

Map Skills – Look at the map on pgs. 40 and 41, and answer questions 1, 2 on pg. 40 under Map Focus.

Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:

Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:

Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:

Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:

Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:

Discuss and give examples of primary and secondary sources, charts, diagrams and graphs – pgs. 6-9  

Discuss Discuss Studying Geography – pgs. 12-21

Rights & Responsibilities Quiz / Power Point presentation and discussion of Studying Geography.

Chapter 1 Lessons 1, 2 Test

Discuss prominent explorers. / Give an overview of reasons for exploration.

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Students work on their Two-Column Notes for pgs. 6-9.

Students finish Two-Column Notes for pgs. 12-21.

Where are some places in the U.S. that people have taken advantage of the geography.  Where are some places that people would not want to live. Why?

Research the Columbian Exchange.  What are some effects of the Columbian Exchange you still see today?  Make a Google Slide presentation.

Read pgs. 49, 50 and describe the Spain in Florida and France in Florida.

Exit Activity:

Exit Activity:

Exit Activity:

Exit Activity:

Exit Activity:

Write an example of a primary source and of a secondary source in your life.

Choose two vocabulary words and write two sentences one for each vocabulary word.

Write what would make the place you want to visit unique and of interest to you.

Continue with research.

What is the Northwest Passage?

H.W. Study Rights & Resp. Test Wed; Chapter 1 Lessons 1, 2 for Test Thurs.

H.W. Study Rights & Resp. Test Wed; Chapter 1 Lessons 1, 2 for Test Thurs.

H.W.

Study Chapter 1 Lessons 1, 2 for Test Thursday

H.W.

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H.W.

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