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Week 1: 8/25-8/29 Week 2: 9/1-9/5 Week 3: 9/7- 9/12. Monday 8/25. Come in, find your seat. They are for the most part in Alphabetical Order. Write down your homework: Signed Syllabus, Facebook, Class Dojo- due Tomorrow; Supplies due Friday. I will come around and stamp your agenda.

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Week 1 8 25 8 29 week 2 9 1 9 5 week 3 9 7 9 12

Week 1: 8/25-8/29Week 2: 9/1-9/5Week 3: 9/7- 9/12


Monday 8 25

Monday 8/25

  • Come in, find your seat. They are for the most part in Alphabetical Order. Write down your homework: Signed Syllabus, Facebook, Class Dojo- due Tomorrow; Supplies due Friday. I will come around and stamp your agenda.


Today we will

Today we will

  • Discover Ms. Farley’s expectations of us this year.

  • Identify how to succeed in Social Studies this year.


Agenda

Agenda

  • See Ms. Farley’s webpage under today in class.


Tuesday 8 26

Tuesday 8/26

  • Warm-up: Answer the following on Edmodo.com. Titled Weekly 5 Week 1.

  • Group code: nh9mxj

    • What are our 6 classroom rules?

    • What does one tally on the desk mean?

    • How will Ms. Farley get our attention?

    • How are legging appropriately worn?

    • When is gum allowed?


Try it on your own this time

Try it on your own this time

  • This year I plan to…

  • This quarter I plan to…

  • By the end of this year I will…

  • By the end of the quarter I will…

  • By the end of the semester I will…

  • When you believe you have written a SMART Goal, raise your hand. If I or two of your classmates consider it to meet the Requirements, then you get to add your goal to the yellow bulletin board in the hallway. :D


  • Brainstorm

    Brainstorm…..

    • What do we need to have a SMART goal?

      • Smart, self, strive, stay focused, succeed, simplify, suitable, safe

      • Multiple, manageable, motivation, math, makeable (doable)

      • Alert, achieve, attitude, attainable

      • Reasonable, responsible, respect

      • Time- manageable, timely manner, trusting, truthful


    Specifics

    Specifics


    Practice

    Practice!!!!

    • Which of the following are SMART Goals?

      • I plan to lose 10 pounds.

      • I plan to get at least a 99% in every class.

      • I plan to get good grades this quarter.

      • I plan to get make honor roll while playing football during Semester 1 of the 8th grade.


    Wednesday 8 27 and thursday 8 28

    Wednesday 8/27 and Thursday 8/28

    • Come in, turn in your homework, and have a seat. Get out your laptop and log-in to edmodo.com. Codes:

      • Core 1A: dtsy7i - Core 1B: tcgp2k

      • Core2A: zd2jfa-Core 2B: dezdqs

      • Core 3A: t9p768-Core3B:nh9mxj

    • We will be taking the 2013 NC State Final Exam as a Pre-test for the year. We will take this test again in January and May to view the growth we have made.


    If you finish the pre test early

    If you finish the Pre-test early…

    • Go to edmodo.com and take the Geography Pre-will test

    • After the pre-test, go to the website, www.quizlet.com.

      • You will need to sign-up in order to keep track of your scores; use your lunch number as your log-in and password.

      • Once logged on, you will search for C_Farley. You will want to join my class and begin studying the vocabulary for Geography- Unit 1. You will have a test on these words.


    Friday 8 29

    Friday 8/29

    • Please get out your supplies for class ,we will put our notebook together as our supplies should have been in by today.

    • Write down your homework and leave it out to be stamped.

      • HW: Draw, write, or make a collage that represents who you are on the first page of your notebook.

    • Once our notebook has been set up, we will finish our Geography Pre-test on Edmodo, and begin Cornell notes on our vocabulary which is located on www.quizlet.com.


    Trade and grade

    Trade and Grade

    • You will receive a test from another Core. Please grade their Final Exam Pre-test. Use the answers below. Please grade in a red, or blue pen.

    • 1A

    • 2B

    • 3A

    • 4A

    • 5C

    • 6B

    • 7B

    • 8A

    • 9B

    • 10C

    • 11A

    • 12B

    • 13C

    • 14C

    • 15B

    • 16D

    • 17B

    • 18D

    • 19D

    • 20C

    • 21B

    • 22D

    • 23A

    • 24C

    • 25B

    • 26D


    If you finish the notebook set up early

    If you finish the notebook set-up early…

    • Go to edmodo.com and take the Geography Pre-will test

    • After the pre-test, go to the website, www.quizlet.com.

      • You will need to sign-up in order to keep track of your scores; use your initials and lunch number as your log-in and password.

      • Once logged on, you will search for C_Farley. You will want to join my class and begin studying the vocabulary for Geography- Unit 1. You will have a test on these words.


    Tuesday 9 2 14

    Tuesday, 9/2/14

    • Get out your notebook and turn to your “All About Me Page” I will stamp it to let you know that I have seen that you have done you’re homework.

    • Write down your homework: Finish the Unit 1- Geography Vocabulary Test by the end of 9/3/14. Record your scores for your Pre-tests, and Vocab. Test. We will begin graphing after we complete our Geography Post-Test

    • Log-on to Edmodo.com and take the Geography Pre-test. Afterwards, log-on to Quizlet.com. I will give you 7 minutes for the pre-test.


    Now that the 7 minutes are up

    Now that the 7 minutes are up…

    • We are getting new seats. Please listen carefully to wear you will be.

    • I will be working with the blue and green groups today on Latitude and Longitude.

    • My Pink and Yellow groups, please continue to take notes on the Geography Vocabulary following the notes guidelines on the side board. If you have a question, please use your stoplight cue cards. I will help you when I have a chance. You may whisper to a person near you, if you have a question and I cannot get there immediately.


    What is the difference between longitude and latitude

    What is the difference between Longitude and Latitude?

    • We will be taking Cornell Notes on following Latitude v. Longitude videos before practicing together, and then on our own.

    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUA-Let4PM4

    • https://www.youtube.com/watch/?v=-0c1idtn3e8


    Practice together

    Practice Together

    • Longitude is just like the x-coordinates of a graph.

    • Latitude is like the y-coordinates.

    • When reading or recording the coordinates remember that Longitude comes before Latitude.

      • Example: just like in math (x,y) so for us we would read the coordinates as (40°N, 30°W); 40 degrees North and 30 degrees West.

    • The Practice Page you will receive will go onto page 7 of our notebook. We will do the first one together.


    At 22min mark switch

    At 22min mark….Switch!

    • I will now work with the Yellow and Pink groups. You have 30 seconds to quickly switch seats. Take your laptops and notebooks with you, nothing else.


    Wednesday 9 3 14

    Wednesday, 9/3/14

    • Blue and Green dots, will work on their own today. Pink and Yellow dots will be with Ms. Farley.

    • Move to the area you need to be in. Take your laptop, notebook, and a pen/pencil.

    • Turn in your homework, and write down your homework for tonight. You have 3 minutes.

      • Blue and Green Dots- Major Industries and Resources of NC Reading Guide, and On Page 11, create a map of NC and it’s major industries and resources. Include a title, scale, and key.

      • Pink and Yellow Dots- On Page 9, Create a Map that outlines the four regions of NC. We will add to this map on Friday.


    What group is doing what

    What group is doing what?

    • Blue and Green Dots will work on their own first. You will watch the video “Map Skills” on Brain-pop.

      • Login: leecs

      • Password: brainpop

    • The work you will need to complete for this video is outlined on Edmodo.com.

    • If you finish early, complete the reading “Summary: Resources and Industries.” Write your answers to the “After You Read” on the backside of the page. This will become page 12 of your notebook, after I grade your responses. On Page 11, create a map of NC and it’s major industries and resources. Include a title, scale, and key.

    • Yellow and Pink Dots will work with Ms. Farley on the 4 regions of North Carolina.

    • We will be taking Cornell notes, and creating a map. You will need 4 different colored pencils, or crayons.

    • Add page 9 and 10 to your notebook. Page 10 will be our Regions of NC Cornell notes. Page 9 will be a map outlining the regions of NC.


    The four regions of nc

    The Four Regions of NC

    • The four regions are: Mountain, Piedmont, Coastal Plain, and Tidewater.


    In a 20min t ime span

    In a 20min. time-span,

    • We are quietly going to work with a partner who has a different color than us on the “Physical Features” and “Major Cities” columns on our chart “Regions and Sub-regions of North Carolina.”

      • Physical features — Students should list any physical feature, including specific places such as Mount Mitchell or the Sandhills, that can be found in each region.

      • They should list elevation, major water sources, soils and major forms of vegetation. Some of the features will not be directly stated, but can be inferred.

      • Major cities – Explain that the students should compare the major cities with the map of the regions to discover which cities belong in each region or sub-region.


    Week 1 8 25 8 29 week 2 9 1 9 5 week 3 9 7 9 12

    Analyzing Data-

    • What do we notice about the facts we collected?

    • Are there any patterns?


    Tomorrow

    Tomorrow

    • Groups will need to remain the same. I will need to continue to work with the yellow and pink groups for half of the class. Blue and green groups, you will being work on the Regions of NC on your own.

    • Homework: Based on your “home” seat

      • Blue and Green Dots- Major Industries and Resources of NC Reading Guide, and On Page 11, create a map of NC and it’s major industries and resources. Include a title, scale, and key.

      • Pink and Yellow Dots- On Page 9, Create a Map that outlines the four regions of NC. We will add to this map on Friday.

    • If you have a question I didn’t get to answer today, please write it down on a sticky note and stick it in the Parking Lot.


    Thursday 9 4 14

    Thursday, 9/4/14

    • Blue and green dots are working with me, yellow and pink dots will be working independently. Get where you need to be in the next 30 seconds with your laptop, notebook, and a pen/pencil.

    • Homework: Based on your “home” group

      • Yellow and Pink Dots- Major Industries and Resources of NC Reading Guide, and On Page 11, create a map of NC and it’s major industries and resources. Include a title, scale, and key.

      • Blue and Green Dots- On Page 9, Create a Map that outlines the four regions of NC. We will add to this map on Friday.


    What group is doing what1

    What group is doing what?

    • Pink and Yellow dots will work on their own first. You will watch the video “Map Skills” on Brain-pop.

      • Login: leecs

      • Password: brainpop

    • The work you will need to complete for this video is outlined on Edmodo.com.

    • If you finish early, complete the reading “Summary: Resources and Industries.” Write your answers to the “After You Read” on the backside of the page. This will become page 12 of your notebook, after I grade your responses. On Page 11, create a map of NC and it’s major industries and resources. Include a title, scale, and key.

    • Blue and Green Dots will work with Ms. Farley on the 4 regions of North Carolina.

    • We will be taking Cornell notes, and creating a map. You will need 4 different colored pencils, or crayons.

    • Add page 9 and 10 to your notebook. Page 10 will be our Regions of NC Cornell notes. Page 9 will be a map outlining the regions of NC.


    The four regions of nc1

    The Four Regions of NC

    • The four regions are: Mountain, Piedmont, Coastal Plain, and Tidewater.


    In a 20min t ime span1

    In a 20min. time-span,

    • We are quietly going to work with a partner who has a different color than us on the “Physical Features” and “Major Cities” columns on our chart “Regions and Sub-regions of North Carolina.”

      • Physical features — Students should list any physical feature, including specific places such as Mount Mitchell or the Sandhills, that can be found in each region.

      • They should list elevation, major water sources, soils and major forms of vegetation. Some of the features will not be directly stated, but can be inferred.

      • Major cities – Explain that the students should compare the major cities with the map of the regions to discover which cities belong in each region or sub-region.


    Week 1 8 25 8 29 week 2 9 1 9 5 week 3 9 7 9 12

    Analyzing Data-

    • What do we notice about the facts we collected?

    • Are there any patterns?


    Tomorrow we will

    Tomorrow, we will…

    • Complete two activities related to North Carolina’s climate, and economics, our last two columns of the chart on page 10.

    • It will require us to be on our best behavior as we will have a large jigsaw to complete in class. You will be responsible for another person’s learning, so it’s best not to waste our time.


    Friday 9 5 14

    Friday, 9/5/14

    • Log-on to Edmodo.com to complete our Weekly 5: 9/1-9/5 for your warm-up.

    • Write down your homework:

      - All: Add the information we have gained about NC’s regions to the map you have created on page 9. It should be in a way that you would remember best; I suggest bullet points.


    Today s work break down

    Today’s Work Break-down:

    Right Side of the room (by the door)

    Left Side of the room (by the window)

    • You will be responsible for researching the Climates of our Four Regions. List dominant numbers for each region.

    • Include:

      • Average precipitation

      • Dates of first and last average freeze

      • Average winter and summer temperatures

    • Resources:

      • http://www.worldbook.com/wb/Students?content_spotlight/climates/north_american_climate_no_carolina

      • http://www.nc-climate.ncsu.edu/images/climate/agriculture_freeze_big.jpg

    • You will be responsible for researching the Economies of our Four Regions.

    • Focus on land, labor, capital (money),and the impact of natural resources on the kind of jobs/products that are dominant in each region.

    You have 20minutes to complete this activity.


    Now that 20 mins are up

    Now that 20 mins. are up,

    • Take 1 minute to review that you and your partner have the same responses.

    • You will teach someone from the other side of the room, about the topic you covered. You will have 10 minutes to complete this task before we continue with whole group instruction.

    • You may now find someone from the other side of the room


    Review answers received by peer as a whole class

    Review answers received by peer as a whole class.


    This weekend

    This weekend…

    • Homework: None for all

    • Monday we will finish up our activities in which you will compare two of the regions in NC.


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