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1 Lesson Plans World History Grade 10 Mrs. Newgard Monday, December 7 o Objective: Discover what the Three Estates hoped to gain from the monarchy Give examples of things that have happened around the world that have influenced the United States (terrorist attacks, policy changes, government shifts, aid, natural disasters) Crash Course French Revolution Chapter 17 Notes The Old Regime 17.4 Review page 473, identify, 1-3, 5 Due: WEDNESDAY Tuesday, December 8 o Objective: Find out how the Enlightenment ideas played a role in France s revolutionary government and how Europe reacted to the Revolution Review the Old Regime Examples of how various governments have dealt with upheaval Chapter 17 Notes from The Old Regime 17.4 Review page 473, identify, 1-3, 5 Due: WEDNESDAY Wednesday, December 9 o Objective: Discover how Napoleon brings stability to France Write up two things we learned yesterday and discuss Watch Napoleon Bonaparte Notes 17.5 The Napoleonic Empire 17.5 Review page 478 identify, locate (significance), 1-5

2 Due: FRIDAY (end of class period) Thursday, December 10 o Objective: Find out why Napoleon was so successful at building an empire and the farreaching changes Napoleon s empire created in other European Nations What do we know about Napoleon? Finish Notes Review page 478 identify, locate (significance), 1-5 Due: FRIDAY (end of class period) Friday, December 11 o Objective: Discover the differences between the French and American revolutions Quiz Write up on the board the differences between the French and American war (each should write at least ONE comparison) Watch video The American and French Revolutions Finish Review Monday, November 30 o Objective: Learn about the era of global warfare and the reason different countries fought one another Notes 17.1 An Era of Global Warfare 17.1 Objectives on Edmodo 17.1 Review Due: TUESDAY Tuesday, December 1 o Objective: Learn about popular enlightenment ideas and the social criticism that went along with it.

3 Notes 17.2 up to Social Criticism 17.2 Review vocab, 1-3, 5 Due: THURSDAY Wednesday, December 2 o Objective: Learn about popular enlightenment ideas and the social criticism that went along with it. Notes 17.2 from Social Criticism 17.2 Objectives on Edmodo 17.2 Review vocab, 1-3, 5 Due: THURSDAY Thursday, December 3 o Objective: Discover how the American Revolution impacted the world Crash Course World History: American Revolution Notes 17.3 up to Colonial Response 17.3 Review vocab, 1-5 Due: MONDAY Friday, December 4 o Objective: Discover how the American Revolution impacted the world Notes 17.3 from Colonial Response 17.3 Objectives on Edmodo 17.3 Review vocab, 1-5 Due: MONDAY Monday, November 23 impact on world regions (salt trade).

4 o Objective: Learn about the Salt Trade across the Sahara. CNN Student News Introduce the Salt Trade Start Salt Trade Webquest Tuesday, November 24 impact on world regions (salt trade). o Objective: Learn about the Salt Trade across the Sahara. CNN Student News Finish Salt Trade Webquest Discuss Look up current events (2) World and US Wednesday, November 25 o Standard: Standard: Compare the nature and source of various types of political entities past and present throughout the world, Analyze the content and context of documents, events, and organizations that influenced and established the United States, Explain contemporary issues and events in an interdependent world Quiz Current Event Discussion Watch CNN Student News Thursday, November 26 o Standard: N/A o Objective: Enjoy friends and family. Thanksgiving Friday, November 27 o Standard: N/A o Objective: Shop until you drop. Black Friday shopping Monday, November 16 o Objective: Review information from chapter 16 Chapter 16 Study Guide CNN Student News Tuesday, November 17

5 o Objective: Review information from chapter 16 Study Game! BAZINGA Wednesday, November 18 o Standard: N/A o Objective: Solve practical problems with a team. You re Hired! Thursday, November 19 o Objective: Review information from chapter 16 Chapter 16 Test CNN Student News Friday, November 20 impact on world regions (salt trade). o Objective: Learn about the Salt Trade across the Sahara. CNN Student News Introduce the Salt Trade Start Salt Trade Webquest Due: SATURDAY Monday, November 9 o Objective: Learn about English exploration and colonization Notes 16.3 up to English Colonization Watch https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/c3c86b35-cd19-4c9c-bd7b-626c3f1cbe23 (up to The Road to Exile) Discuss 16.3 Review pg. 440, terms, locate, 1-5

6 Due: THURSDAY Tuesday, November 10 o Objective: Learn about English exploration and colonization Notes 16.3 from English Colonization Watch https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/c3c86b35-cd19-4c9c-bd7b-626c3f1cbe23 (up to The Road to Exile) Discuss 16.3 Review pg. 440, terms, locate, 1-5 Due: THURSDAY 16.3 Objectives due TODAY Wednesday, November 11 o Standard: N/A o Objective: Honor US veterans for their service. No School Veterans Day Thursday, November 12 o Objective: Learn about English exploration and colonization Notes 16.3 Discuss 16.3 Review pg. 440, terms, locate, 1-5 Due: TODAY Friday, November 13 o Objective: Quiz Watch Middle Passage and Issues of Security and Mortality https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/bdc8279c d6-87a8-43a5686dae78?haslocalhost=false Go over vocabulary together 16.4 Notes Trade and Empire in West Africa 16.4 Review pg. 446, 1-5 Due: TUESDAY

7 Monday, November 2 o Objective: Learn about the Portuguese settling Brazil Notes 16.2 up the The Portuguese in Brazil Watch https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/eaaa800b-7af3-4cd7-a d069038e Discuss 16.2 Review pg. 434, terms, 1-4 Due: WEDNESDAY 16.2 Objectives Tuesday, November 3 o Objective: Learn about the Age of European Exploration Finish 16.2 Notes Watch https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/eaaa800b-7af3-4cd7-a d069038e Discuss 16.2 Review pg. 434, terms, 1-4 Due: WEDNESDAY 16.2 Objectives Video worksheet Wednesday, November 4 o Objective: Learn about the Age of European Exploration Notes 16.3 up to English Colonization Watch https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/c3c86b35-cd19-4c9c-bd7b-626c3f1cbe23 (up to The Road to Exile) Discuss 16.3 Review pg. 440, terms, locate, 1-5 Due: MONDAY

8 Thursday, November 5 Finish 16.3 Notes Finish video from The Road to Exile Discuss 16.3 Review pg. 440, terms, locate, 1-5 Due: MONDAY Friday, November 6 o Standard: N/A o Objective: N/A No School Parent Teacher Conferences Monday, October 26 o Objective: Find out how China and Japan initially responded to European contact Finish 16.1 notes 16.1 Objectives 16.1 Review pg. 427, 1-3, 5 Due: TUESDAY Tuesday, October 27 o Objective: Learn about the Silk Road Research the geography of Asia and the Middle East Label present-day countries Research Silk Road Draw it in Wednesday, October 28 o Objective: Learn about the Silk Road

9 Research the goods and ideas that were traded on the Silk Road Find out where the goods were imported from Draw onto map o Due: THURSDAY Thursday, October 29 o Objective: Learn about the Silk Road Maps Due Research the goods and services traded between China and the US today Write a short essay o How are goods and services traded today? o How is that different from the time of the Silk Road o Due: FRIDAY Watch CNN Student News Friday, October 30 o Objective: Learn about the Silk Road Quiz Notes 16.2 up the The Portuguese in Brazil 16.2 Review pg. 434, terms, 1-4 Due: TUESDAY Monday, October 19 o Objective: Discover how colonization in the new world began Steve Dunn: Summarizing Model Tuesday, October 20 o Objective: Discover how colonization in the new world began

10 Steve Dunn: Summarizing Together Wednesday, October 21 o Objective: Discover how colonization in the new world began STUDENT SURVEY Steve Dunn: Summarizing Independent Practice Thursday, October 22 o Standard: N/A o Objective: N/A No School: NDEA Conference Friday, October 23 o Standard: N/A o Objective: N/A No School: NDEA Conference Monday, October 12 o Objective: Compare/Contrast Portuguese and Spanish exploration Watch CNN Student News Steve Dunn Compare/Contrast Portuguese Exploration and Spanish Exploration Assign: o o Paragraphs Due: TUESDAY Monday, October 12 o Objective: Learn about the Great Age of Exploration

11 Discovery Education: https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/4c8d132c-0eae-49dc-a61d- 86E488ECA7F5 Video and Discussion Questions (Half the video) Study Guide Tuesday, October 13 o Objective: Learn about the Great Age of Exploration Finish Discovery Education video Discussion questions Study Guide Wednesday, October 14 o Objective: Review information on the scientific revolution and enlightenment Review Day Bazinga Thursday, October 15 o Objective: Showcase information on the scientific revolution and enlightenment CHAPTER 15 TEST Friday, October 16 o Objective: Discover how colonization in the new world began Quiz Read 16.1 Vocabulary Monday, October 5 o Objective: Learn how to compare/contrast with Steve Dunn s method

12 Steve Dunn Compare/Contrast Tuesday, October 6 o Objective: Learn how to compare/contrast with Steve Dunn s method Steve Dunn Compare/Contrast Wednesday, October 7 o Objective: Discover why Europeans began exploring different parts of the world and what technological developments made that possible. Start reading 15.4 together Thursday, October 8 o Objective: Learn about the initial phases of Portuguese and Spanish exploration. Start 15.4 Review 15.4 Review pg. 416, terms AND locate, 1-3, 5 Due: MONDAY Friday, October 9 o Objective: Compare/Contrast Portuguese and Spanish exploration Quiz Take Steve Dunn C/C Notes together on the board Discuss rubric Compare and Contrast essay: Portuguese and Spanish exploration Due: TUESDAY Monday, September 28 o Objective: Learn about the different types of text structures

13 Steve Dunn: Text structures Cause/Effect Start 15.2 Notes Breakdown of Medieval Social Order Watch CNN Student News Tuesday, September 29 o Objective: Learn about the different types of text structures Steve Dunn: Text structures Problem/Solution o Compare with Cause/Effect Start 15.2 Notes Breakdown of Medieval Social Order Read Economic Changes together and try to figure out text structure o First paragraph together o Second paragraph independently Watch CNN Student News Wednesday, September 30 o Objective: Learn about the different types of text structures Steve Dunn: Text structures Description Start 15.2 Notes Breakdown of Medieval Social Order Read first paragraph in section with Great Chain of Being Watch CNN Student News Thursday, October 1 o Objective: Learn about the different types of text structures Steve Dunn: Text structures Read through the rest of the section together figure out text structures! Friday, October 2 o Objective: Learn about the different types of text structures Quiz Steve Dunn: Text structures Watch CNN Student News

14 15.2 Review pg. 401, terms, 1-5 Be very descriptive on #4 Due: MONDAY Monday, September 21 o Objective: Learn how some Europeans justified absolutism and how French rulers used absolutism Notes 15.1 Doctrines of Political Absolutism and Absolutism in France Explore Edmodo question Tuesday, September 22 o Objective: Learn how some Europeans justified absolutism and how French rulers used absolutism Notes 15.1 Absolutism in Russia Steve Dunn Compare/Contrast Edmodo question 15.1 Review pg. 397, identify with significance, 1-5 Due: FRIDAY Wednesday, September 23 o Objective: Discover how absolutism affected Germany and eastern Europe and why it failed in England Notes 15.1 Absolutism in Germany and Central Europe to end Steve Dunn Compare/Contrast Edmodo question Assign: o 15.1 Review pg. 397, identify with significance, 1-5

15 o Due: FRIDAY Thursday, September 24 o Objective: Discover how absolutism affected Germany and eastern Europe and why it failed in England Notes 15.1 Absolutism in Germany and Central Europe to end Steve Dunn Compare/Contrast Edmodo question Assign: o 15.1 Review pg. 397, identify with significance, 1-5 o Due: FRIDAY Friday, September 25 o Objective: Find out what social and economic changes affected life in early modern Europe, the consequences of living in European towns, and why so many people were accused of witchcraft. Quiz Notes 15.2 Early Modern European Society Edmodo question Assign: o 15.1 Review pg. 401, identify with significance, 1-5 o Due: MONDAY Monday, September 14 o Objective: Review material presented on the Renaissance and Reformation Complete study guide double check with a classmate Tuesday, September 15 o Objective: Review material on the Renaissance and Reformation STUDY GAME: Bazinga! Turn in study guide for points

16 Wednesday, September 16 o Objective: Test knowledge of the Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, and the Enlightenment Chapter 14 TEST Thursday, September 17 o Objective: Learn how some Europeans justified absolutism and how French rulers used absolutism Notes 15.1 Doctrines of Political Absolutism and Absolutism in France Explore Edmodo question Friday, September 18 o Objective: Learn how some Europeans justified absolutism and how French rulers used absolutism Notes 15.1 Absolutism in Russia Edmodo question 15.1 Review pg. Due: MONDAY Monday, September 7 o Standard: N/A o Objective: N/A NO SCHOOL Labor Day Tuesday, September 8 o Objective: Learn how the Renaissance spread across Europe and how it was different from the Italian Renaissance. Notes 14.3 Answer Edmodo Objective Question 14.3 Review pg. 379 (no terms) 1-5 Due: WEDNESDAY

17 Wednesday, September 9 o Objective: What issues led to the Protestant Reformation in Germany and how did it spread to other parts of Europe. Watch 97 Theses Music Video Notes The Protestant Reformation and The Spread Protestantism Edmodo Question 14.4 Review page 386, identify with significance, 1-5 Due: FRIDAY Thursday, September 10 o Objective: Discover how the Catholic Church countered the Protestant Reformation and what the causes of the religious wars were. Notes 14.4 The Catholic Reformation and The Wars of Religion Edmodo Question 14.4 Review page 386, identify with significance, 1-5 Due: FRIDAY Friday, September 11 o Objective: Review information about the Renaissance and Reformation Study Guide Test: TUESDAY Wednesday, August 26 o Standard: N/A o Objective: Learn the classroom rules and procedures Discuss summer Classroom Rules Belief System Procedures Thursday, August 27 o Standard: Interpret and evaluate a variety of visual representations of data Draw conclusions based on the research processes Pass out books Read intro to Chapter 1

18 o o Challenges for historians Examine timeline Introduce Chapter 1 o Give 5 minutes to read Ask open-ended questions o Discuss o Look at map Notes on Chapter 1 Discuss Maslow s hierarchy of needs o End: Why is it important to study the early development of man? Friday, August 28 o Standard: Use media to access, record, analyze, and communicate information relating to social studies Review yesterday Get logged into Edmodo Take vocabulary quiz Read 14.1 Due: MONDAY Monday, August 31 o Objective: Learn how the changing climate and Black Death affected Europe Watch Black Death Surf website Discuss Notes up to Challenge of War and National Unity Edmodo Objective Question 14.1 Review pg. 366, identify with significance, 1-5 Due: WEDNESDAY Tuesday, September 1 o Objective: Discover the consequences of warfare in the 1300s and how the rise of national monarchies affected the church. Notes 14.2 The Challenge of War and National Unity to end Edmodo Objective Questions (2) 14.1 Review pg. 366, identify with significance, 1-5

19 Due: WEDNESDAY Wednesday, September 2 o Objective: Find out the cause of the Commercial Revolution Begin notes 14.2 The Commercial Revolution Edmodo Question Read Review pg. 374, identify with significance, 1-5 Due: FRIDAY Thursday, September 3 o Objective: Find out the influences of the Italian humanists and how they are depicted in their art and discover the power struggles the Italian Renaissance had on politics Finish notes 14.2 Edmodo Question Read Review pg. 374, identify with significance, 1-5 Due: FRIDAY Friday, September 4 o Objective: Find out how Renaissance ideas spread across Europe Watch CrashCourse - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vufba_zcor0 Edmodo Objective (why should the renaissance be more controversial) Read Review pg. 379, identify and significance, 1-5 Due: WEDNESDAY

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