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Unit 10: Culminating Project. Essential Question: Why do some civilizations thrive while others fail? What are the turning points in Global History?. Unit 10: Culminating Project. DAY 1 Daily Questions: Why was your topic considered a turning point in global history?

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Unit 10 culminating project

Unit 10: Culminating Project

Essential Question:

Why do some civilizations thrive while others fail?

What are the turning points in Global History?


Unit 10 culminating project1

Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 1

Daily Questions:

Why was your topic considered a turning point in global history?

How do I review or research my topic?

Warm-up:

Geography Quiz (15 minutes)


Dbq civilizations of sub saharan africa

DBQ: Civilizations of Sub-Saharan Africa


New broadcast project

New Broadcast Project

  • Read through the Culminating Project Overview

  • Go over project steps

  • Assign students to topic

  • Go over the project research worksheet

  • Assignment: RESEARCH your topic


Journal 1

JOURNAL 1

Answer ALL of the following questions:

What is your topic?

Why is your topic a turning point in history?

What step are you on in the project?

What steps will you complete next class?

HOMEWORK:

  • Work on project research worksheet

  • STUDY – first humans and civilizations quiz next class


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Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 2

Daily Questions:

How do I write an editorial on my topic?

5 MINUTES TO STUDY FOR THE QUIZ

Warm-up:

Early Humans and Civilizations Quiz (15 minutes)


News broadcast project

News Broadcast Project

  • Assignment: RESEARCH your topic (30minutes)

  • FINISH your research/review worksheet


News broadcast project1

News Broadcast Project

  • Look at the picture you were given

  • Answer the following questions in a written reflection (you should use the entire page to write)

    • What’s going on in this picture?

    • What do you see that makes you say that?

    • What more can we find?


News broadcast project2

News Broadcast Project

Article / Editorial

  • Question: What was a turning point in the history of the world?

  • Answer: [My topic, person, or event] was a turning point in world history because…[your opinion of why this event was important, changed the world]

  • The editorial should be written individually (you and your partner will want to focus on different parts of the same topic, person or event)

  • The editorial should be approximately 1-page typed single-spaced or 2-3 pages written.

  • The editorial should use the textbook and two other reliable sources for review/research.

  • You should use specific evidence about the time period and topic, person or event within your editorial to prove the importance of the topic, person or event.

  • Remember that your editorial should NOT include the word “I.”


Article outline

ARTICLE OUTLINE

Introduction:

In [WHERE], [WHO] did [WHAT].

This happened because [WHY]…and they accomplished this [HOW]…

Thesis (opinion): [Topic, person, or event] was a turning point because…[evidence 1],[ evidence 2], and [evidence 3]

Example: In China, 4000 years ago, ancient civilizations began to practice acupuncture. Acupuncture is the practice of inserting needles through skin to cure disease or relieve pain. This happened because ancient Chinese people were looking for ways to help those who were in pain and what they had were sharp knives and tools available. Acupuncture was a turning point in history because…(1) it cured disease and relieved stress, (2) changed the way in which people use medicine, and (3)


Ancient civilizations quiz review

Ancient Civilizations Quiz Review


Journal 2

Steps before dismissed:

  • Stack textbooks in center of desks

  • Pack up binder

  • Complete Journal 2

  • Write down the homework and “topics to study” from the board

JOURNAL 2

Answer ALL of the following questions:

Why is your topic a turning point in history?

What step are you on in the project?

What steps will you complete next class?

HOMEWORK:

  • Work on your article/editorial

  • STUDY – ancient civilizations quiz (India/Egypt/China & Greece & Rome) next class

  • Quiz Corrections


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Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 3

Daily Questions:

How do I write an editorial on my topic?

STUDY TIME (5 minutes)

Warm-up:

Ancient Civilizations Quiz (15 minutes)


Article outline1

ARTICLE OUTLINE

Introduction:

In [WHERE], [WHO] did [WHAT].

This happened because [WHY]…and they accomplished this [HOW]…

Thesis (opinion): [Topic, person, or event] was a turning point because…[evidence 1],[ evidence 2], and [evidence 3]

Example:


News broadcast project3

News Broadcast Project

Article / Editorial

  • Question: What was a turning point in the history of the world?

  • Answer: [My topic, person, or event] was a turning point in world history because…[your opinion of why this event was important, changed the world]

  • The editorial should be written individually (you and your partner will want to focus on different parts of the same topic, person or event)

  • The editorial should be approximately 1-page typed single-spaced or 2-3 pages written.

  • The editorial should use the textbook and two other reliable sources for review/research.

  • You should use specific evidence about the time period and topic, person or event within your editorial to prove the importance of the topic, person or event.

  • Remember that your editorial should NOT include the word “I.”


News broadcast project4

News Broadcast Project

News Broadcast Script

  • Sit with your partner

  • Decide if you will do a News Broadcast as a

    • Report from a studio

    • Interview

    • On The Scene

  • What will your News Broadcast report on?

  • What is the goal of your News Broadcast?

  • Assign roles

  • Fill out the broadcast organizer

  • Write a script of who will say what and what will happen in the broadcast

  • When completed, have your script approved by the teacher


Broadcast organizer

Broadcast Organizer

  • WHAT is the story about?

  • WHY is this story important?

  • WHO is involved in the story?

  • WHERE is the story happening?

  • WHEN is the story happening? Has it already happened, is it about to happen or is it happening now?


World religions quiz

WORLD RELIGIONS QUIZ


Journal 3

Steps before dismissed:

  • Stack textbooks in center of desks

  • Pack up binder

  • Complete Journal 3

  • Write down the homework and “topics to study” from the board

JOURNAL 3

Answer ALL of the following questions:

Why is your topic a turning point in history?

What step are you on in the project?

What steps will you complete next class?

HOMEWORK:

  • Work on your article/editorial

  • STUDY – world religions quiz (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism) next class

  • Quiz Corrections


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Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 4

Daily Questions:

How do I write a script for my news broadcast?

Warm-up:

World Religions Quiz (15 minutes)


Article packet 5

Article – packet #5

  • Thesis has 3 reasons/evidence (each paragraph should discuss one reason/evidence point

  • T – Topic Sentence

  • I – Introduce Evidence

  • E – Evidence

  • D – Discuss Evidence


News broadcast project5

News Broadcast Project

News Broadcast Script

  • Sit with your partner

  • Decide if you will do a News Broadcast as a

    • Report from a studio

    • Interview

    • On The Scene

  • What will your News Broadcast report on?

  • What is the goal of your News Broadcast?

  • Assign roles

  • Fill out the broadcast organizer

  • Write a script of who will say what and what will happen in the broadcast

  • When completed, have your script approved by the teacher


Broadcast organizer1

Broadcast Organizer

  • WHAT is the story about?

  • WHY is this story important?

  • WHO is involved in the story?

  • WHERE is the story happening?

  • WHEN is the story happening? Has it already happened, is it about to happen or is it happening now?


Journal 4

JOURNAL 4

HOMEWORK:

  • Finish your article/editorial

  • Work on your news broadcast script

  • STUDY – medieval times & crusades quiz next class

  • Quiz Corrections

Answer ALL of the following questions:

What step are you on in the project?

What steps will you complete next class?


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Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 5

Daily Questions:

How do I write a script for my news broadcast?

Warm-up:

Medieval Times & Crusades Quiz (15 minutes)


News broadcast project6

News Broadcast Project

News Broadcast Script

  • Sit with your partner

  • Decide if you will do a News Broadcast as a

    • Report from a studio

    • Interview

    • On The Scene

  • What will your News Broadcast report on?

  • What is the goal of your News Broadcast?

  • Assign roles

  • Fill out the broadcast organizer

  • Write a script of who will say what and what will happen in the broadcast

  • When completed, have your script approved by the teacher


Journal 5

JOURNAL 5

Answer ALL of the following questions:

What step are you on in the project?

What steps will you complete next class?

HOMEWORK:

  • Work on your news broadcast

  • STUDY – Renaissance & Reformation quiz next class

  • Quiz Corrections


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Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 6

Daily Questions:

How do I record my news broadcast?

Warm-up:

Renaissance & Reformation Quiz (15 minutes)


News broadcast project7

News Broadcast Project

News Broadcast

  • Sit with your partner

  • Decide how you can best record your news broadcast

    • Report from a studio

    • Interview

    • On The Scene

  • What do you need for the broadcast

  • Record your news broadcast

  • *Remember script must be approved by teacher first


Journal 6

JOURNAL 6

Answer ALL of the following questions:

What step are you on in the project?

What steps will you complete next class?

HOMEWORK:

  • Work on your news broadcast

  • STUDY – Sub-Saharan Africa quiz next class

  • Quiz Corrections


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Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 7

Daily Questions:

What do I need to do to present my article and news broadcast next class?

Warm-up:

Civilizations of Sub-Saharan Africa Quiz (15 minutes)


News broadcast project8

News Broadcast Project

  • FINALIZE YOUR PROJECT

    • News Article

    • News Broadcast Script

    • News Broadcast Recording

    • If time, do an extra credit assignment


Journal 7

JOURNAL 7

Answer ALL of the following questions:

What step are you on in the project?

What materials do you need to present your news broadcast next class?

HOMEWORK:

  • FINISH your project!!!

  • Quiz Corrections


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Unit 10: Culminating Project

DAY 8

Daily Questions:

What was/is the impact of these major historical events, people, ideas on history?

Warm-up:

Prepare to share your News Broadcast (15 minutes)


News broadcast project9

News Broadcast Project

  • Share out news broadcast projects with the class

  • Gallery Walk of News Articles

  • Answer the reflection worksheet


Global history class feedback survey

Global History ClassFEEDBACK SURVEY

HOMEWORK:

  • HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER!

  • Good luck on the Regents Exam!


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