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Debbie Holmes
Social Studies


~~Work Submission

 All work is due the date assigned unless otherwise stated.

Any work due to absence must be made up as per the policy given at the start of the year:  “In case of absences, you will be given one day for each missed day to make up your work.” It is your responsibility to make up any missed work. Work done in class and/or homework may be found in the Daily Work Crate; Daily Data must be copied from a neighbor.

No late work will be accepted one week after the due date; these assignments will lose credit based on their “lateness.” This means that an assignment that was due on a Friday must be submitted by the following Thursday to be accepted for any late credit. This time is not additional to the one day per absence make-up allotment.

Work for which answers are given in class may not be
submitted as late work.

Please show your responsibility and your level of accountability
as you do the very best of which you are capable. 
Show us your Maple Pride!

10-9-17 to 10-13-17

 

Goals/Objectives

Lesson Plan for the Day

Assignment

Monday

H1.1.2

Calendar Basics

 

 

Tuesday

H1.4.1

Study Guide

Students will not be bringing home pink slips today. 

 

 

Wednesday

 

Study Guide

 

Thursday

 

 

Unit One Assessment

 

Friday

H1.2.6

Alexander's Empire

10-2-17 to 10-6-17

 

Goals/Objectives

Lesson Plan for the Day

Assignment

Monday

H1.4.1

Sumer Civilization

 

Research one of the cultural institutions, finding details to prove the civilization existed. Be prepared to participate in the activity with this information tomorrow.

Tuesday

H1.4.1

Sumer Civilization

Students should be bringing home pink slips today. These will show grades, as of today, that students looked up on HAC and are bringing home for parent/guardian signatures. These are due back by/before Friday for five participation points. 

 

 

Wednesday

H1.4.1

Sumer Civilization

Present Information

Thursday

H1.2.5

 

Irish Potato Famine

Read and text code for:

* important details

* cause and effect relationships

Friday

H1.2.5

Irish Potato Famine

Cause and Effect Relationships

Use yesterday's reading to complete this.

     

9-25-17 to 9-29-17

 

Goals/Objectives

Lesson Plan for the Day

Assignment

Monday

H1.2.4

The Sack of Jerusalem

Perspective

Read and text code the article; students in class got about half way through today and will complete the activity Tuesday.

 

Tuesday

H1.2.4

The Sack of Jerusalem

Perspective

 

 

Wednesday

H1.2.6, H1.2.4

 

Alexander the Great

Perspective

Reading 1

Reading 2

Reading 3

Absent students should read the three perspectives, noting:

*how each is different/same,

*the impact Alexander made on history

*the important events of Alexander's career

*the different perspectives being told 

 

Thursday

H1.2.6, H1.2.4

 

Alexander the Great

Perspective

Continuation of Wednesday's activities; discussion and comparison of perspectives read

Friday

H1.2.6

Alexander the Great

video

The "Magic Number" is 20.

List 20 items from this video that tell how Alexander the Great made an impact on history. One or two words will not do; you must give enough information that tells the "who, what or where" and why it is important.

9-18-17 to 9-22-17

 

Goals/Objectives

Lesson Plan for the Day

Assignment

Monday

H

Constitution Day

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIf7uFAKkJc

 

 

 

Tuesday

H1.1.2

B.C.E./C.E.

Aztec Calendar

 

 

Wednesday

H1.1.2

Chrome Book Log-in

HAC information

 

 

Thursday

H1.1.2

 

Primary Sources

Primary Sources

Friday

H1.1.2

Quiz

Vocabulary One

Two Main Concepts of Time

What is History notes

 

 

9-11-17 to 9-15-17

 

Goals/Objectives

Lesson Plan for the Day

Assignment

Monday

H1.1.2

Vocabulary One

 

Vocabulary One List and Assignment

 

Tuesday

H1.1.2

Exploring Calendars

 

Chrome Book Log-in

Wednesday

H1.1.2

Exploring Calendars

 

Exploring Calendars

Using the dates below, enter them into the Gregorian calendar ONLY; calculate.

Scroll down to a calendar system of your choice, and enter the information shown into the boxes. Also enter three important or interesting details about the calendar system from the reading. Repeat for two other calendar systems.

5-8-1936

8-28-1284

12-24-1698

 

Thursday

H1.1.2

Exploring Calendars

 

Exploring Calendars

Friday

H1.1.2

Two Main Concepts of Time

 

Two Main Concepts of Time