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1 st period class. Starsha. TyQwisha. JaNaudia. Zchelani. Francisco. Evelyn. Teazsa. Eissen. Nneka. Allan. Christina. Gabrielle. Carrington. Destiny. Myles. J'cori. Haley. Alisha. Yajayra. Mi'Asia. Daric. Brenda. 3 rd : period class. Casandra. Tierra. Ramya. Keyira.

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1st period class

Starsha

TyQwisha

JaNaudia

Zchelani

Francisco

Evelyn

Teazsa

Eissen

Nneka

Allan

Christina

Gabrielle

Carrington

Destiny

Myles

J'cori

Haley

Alisha

Yajayra

Mi'Asia

Daric

Brenda

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3rd: period class

Casandra

Tierra

Ramya

Keyira

Mikayla

Madison

Taylor

Myles

Daysia

Natasha

Cameron

Brianka

Atash

Dara

Jaylin

Amber

Cameron

Daria

David

Keir

Gerald

Llana

Colleen

Tapanga

Georgia

Taylor

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Monday, August 6thWH.1.1 Use Chronological thinking to: 1. Identify the structure of a historical narrative or story: (its beginning, middle and end); 2. Interpret data presented in time lines and create time lines3. Analyze data in historical maps;WH.2.1 Compare how different geographic issues of the ancient period influenced settlement, networks and the sustainability of various ancient civilizations

  • Map a Balloon: using the balloon provided draw what our continents look like. If time allows begin labeling continents or countries you are familiar with.
  • Perspectives Game: Follow written instructions
  • Review Slides
  • Define Bias: Watch the True story of the three little pigs

Journal Time: Complete Facebook Profiles

1st PERIOD 7:25 TO 8:40

2nd PERIOD 8:44-9:59

WHOLE SCHOOL GOES TO STADIUM FOR ALL SCHOOL PICTURE 9:59-10:45

NEST10:45-11:20

LUNCH11:20-11:45 AND 12:39-1:04

3RD PERIOD 11:24-12:39 AND 11:49-1:04

4THPERIOD1:08- 2:30

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What is “History?”

“Peoples’ stories collectively, comparatively, selectively told.”

Traditions and Encounters

“the present is the past rolled up for action, and the past is the present unrolled for understanding” (Will Durant)

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MAPS

Can the way we picture the world convey meaning—can it be propaganda?

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Tuesday, August 6thWH.1.1 Use Chronological thinking to: 1. Identify the structure of a historical narrative or story: (its beginning, middle and end); 2. Interpret data presented in time lines and create time lines3. Analyze data in historical maps;WH.2.1 Compare how different geographic issues of the ancient period influenced settlement, networks and the sustainability of various ancient civilizations

  • Define the following terms:
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Bias
  • Perspective
  • Read: Read from Textbook: pgs SH32 - SH35 complete all questions in the textbook
  • Turn in at the end of class.
  • Homework: Historian Tools and Primary verse Secondary

Journal Time: =Review Bias: Watch the True story of the three little pigs

Think about a sport, going to school, going on vacation. Each one of these things requires different tools to be successful. Tell me about on sport or video game you play, or trip that you’ve been on, or even getting you school supplies together and what “tools” this required. What would happen without these tools?

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Wednesday, August 8thWH.1.1 Use Chronological thinking to: 1. Identify the structure of a historical narrative or story: (its beginning, middle and end); 2. Interpret data presented in time lines and create time lines3. Analyze data in historical maps;WH.2.1 Compare how different geographic issues of the ancient period influenced settlement, networks and the sustainability of various ancient civilizations

  • Watch Video: http://www.learner.org/courses/worldhistory/unit_video_1-1.html#
  • 4 minutes – 12 minutes of the video are relative to this lesson.
  • Read from World History Book: Prentice Hall
  • Ch 1, Section 3: pages 17 – 23
  • Complete mapping of 4 River Civilizations:
  • In groups begin researching one of the river civilization

Journal Time: Review Homework, Redo Primary Documents & backside Historian Tools

tools of the historian
Tools of the Historian
  • Documents
    • Sacred history – myths, oral accounts
    • Archaeological discovery – fossils, artifacts
    • Written records- “recorded” (History)
    • Scientific theory and evidence—evolution, DNA and Carbon 14
  • Human presence (or “natural” history) – living communities, like the Kung
tools of the historian1
Tools of the Historian
  • Time
    • Chronology
      • Cyclical vs. Linear
      • BCE (Before the Common Era) – CE (Common Era)
    • Periodization (Prehistory/History)
      • Categories of Time – Paleolithic, Neolithic
  • Place – Geography and Maps
      • Mercator Projection
      • Peters Projection-T&E
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Thursday, August 9thWH.1.1 Use Chronological thinking to: 1. Identify the structure of a historical narrative or story: (its beginning, middle and end); 2. Interpret data presented in time lines and create time lines3. Analyze data in historical maps;WH.2.1 Compare how different geographic issues of the ancient period influenced settlement, networks and the sustainability of various ancient civilizations

  • Complete mapping of 4 River Civilizations:
  • In groups begin researching one of the river civilization
  • By the end of the class (hopefully) we will take a gallery walk.

Journal Time: What is cultural diffusion?