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5 September 2012 一 Bell Ringer. I hope you completed your home prep last night. Start by paper boxing. Make sure you head your paper and title it “Reading Quiz”.

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5 September 2012一 Bell Ringer

I hope you completed your home prep last night.

Start by paper boxing.

Make sure you head your paper and title it “Reading Quiz”.

This slide will advance 3 minutes after the bell. If your paper is not prepared at that time, I will be taking off points from your quiz grade.

10分


二 Reading Quiz Number your paper as follows:

This slide changes in 1 minute.

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You will have one minute per question.

Only write what you would fill in the blank with.

Good luck!


QUESTION 1

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Thomas ____________ wrote most of the Declaration of Independence.

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QUESTION 2

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The Continental Congress approved the

Declaration of Independence on July 4th, _____.

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QUESTION 3

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The Declaration of Independence explains to the world in clear language that the purpose of government is to protect ________ rights (the basic rights to which all people are entitled).

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QUESTION 4

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Every person has an ________ right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.


三 Hey King!

Turn your quiz into the bin at the front table.

Return to your groups from yesterday and have one member of the group pick up crayons as well as all the papers that were turned in.

I am timing how long this transition will take you.

I will stop the timer when everyone is sitting silently in their groups and has all supplies ready.

On the next slide, I have a time chart to see if you were faster or slower than the other classes.


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 20 minutes.

四 Protest! (again)


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 15 minutes.

四 Protest! (again)


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 10 minutes.

四 Protest! (again)


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 5 minutes.

四 Protest! (again)


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 4 minutes.

四 Protest! (again)


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 3 minutes.

四 Protest! (again)


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 2 minutes.

四 Protest! (again)


Continue working on this activity.

Protest! instructions

Put each group member’s name on the page I passed out.

Discuss the effectiveness of each of the protests listed.

As a group, decide if the protest was effective or not effective.

For each protest, a different group member must write why the group came to that decision.

After you finish, please complete the SPREAD THE NEWS activity on the same page. Each group member must write their own letter starting with “I think this is…”

All I want from you is three complete sentences about it. Tell me your real feelings about the events in the October 1765 article.

This slide will advance in less than 1 minute.

四 Protest! (again)


The London Magazine articles did not include any pictures. But what if they did?

Have each group member complete an illustration for one of the months:

  • October 1765

  • November 1765

  • December 1765

    For each month, make an illustration that would help the reader understand what was happening in the American colonies. Include as many details from the reading as possible.

    Put your drawing on the back of your Dear Aunt Martha paper.

五 Illustrating the Magazine

The worksheets must be completed and turned in before you leave.

The drawing needs to be shown to Mr. Deutsch before you leave, but it stays in your notes.

I will give you your homework early if you are finished with this.


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