World History and U.S. History Lesson Plans. October 24, 2012. Knowledge for College. Knowledge for College Activity.
October 24, 2012
Students will use glossary to create flashcards for the following:
sod house, Homestead Act, Pacific Railway Act, Morrill Act, Frederick Jackson Turner, Benjamin “Pap” Singleton, Exoduster, dugout, James Oliver, bonanza farm
Complete the End of Section Assessment Review numbers 2-4 (write both question and answer).
Students will complete the Chapters in Brief handout after Knowledge for College Activity
What challenges did the Sumerians face, and how did they solve them?
How was the religion of Egypt different from the religion of Mesopotamia?
Why did the pharaohs of Egypt build large tombs?
What was special about the cities built by the people of the Indus Valley?
What new idea of kingship did the Zhou rulers bring to China?
a house built of strips of sod, laid like brickwork, and used especially by settlers on the Great Plains, when timber was scarce.
World History 10th grade
U.S. History 9th grade
Among the seventy colleges and universities which eventually evolved from the Morrill Acts are several of today's historically Black colleges and universities.
How did the Morrill Act boost the Nation’s respect and desire for education and higher learning?
Complete a peer evaluation of how well or how poorly you believe your class performed on the Map, Poster, and EssayPlease include a self evaluation as well. Click link below to see project description.
Civilization Project 2012
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