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  1. Language Arts Theme 4 The Great Wall

  2. Define the following vocabulary in your journal. The Great Wall Vocabulary • craftsmen • domain • durable • dynasty • excluding • extravagance

  3. Essential Question • What is cause and effect?

  4. Teacher Read Aloud The Day of Disaster • What caused roofs to collapse in Pompeii, trapping people inside buildings? • What were the effects of the glowing avalanches? • What effect do you think excavations of these cities have on scientists?

  5. Assignment • Read pages 388-389. • Transparency 4-9. • Complete Practice Book page 23. • Preview practice book page 24.

  6. Ticket out the door • What is cause and effect?

  7. The Great Wall • ..\..\..\new houghton mifflin\Theme 4 Discovering Ancient Cultures\The Great Wall\The_Great_Wall_of_China.asf

  8. Do Now • Write three facts from the video yesterday about the Great Wall.

  9. Essential Question • How can I identify stated and unstated cause and effects in nonfiction stories?

  10. Turn to practice book page 24.

  11. Turn to practice book page 24.

  12. Turn to practice book page 24.

  13. Assignment • Complete practice lab page 25.

  14. Lab 25 Ming Leaders- Built the Great Wall, not well liked. Mongols- nomadic warriors, Chinese built the wall to keep them out. Laborers and Craftsman- Unskilled laborers built the wall using packed earth. Skilled craftsman used the stone. Chinese Soldiers- They guarded, helped build, and even lived on the wall. Chinese People- Were taxed by the Ming Government to pay for the wall and forced to work on it. Manchus- took over the Ming throne when the Chinese rebelled.

  15. Ticket Out the Door • Complete questions 1,4, and 6 on page 402 in your anthology.

  16. Assignment • Complete selection test. • Read lab 26 and complete lab 27. • Keep your papers at your desk. • Find something quietly to work on.

  17. Assessment • Complete the Selection Test.

  18. Do Now Causes Effect

  19. Do Now Causes Effect The Ming government was severely weakened.

  20. Essential Question • How can I identify stated and unstated cause and effects in nonfiction and fiction stories?

  21. Level Reader Assignment • Preview and predict. • Complete the vocabulary section. • Look over the graphic organizer. • Read the book with your small group. As you read, complete the graphic organizer together. • Just discuss the answers to the questions.

  22. Summarization Activity • Complete practice lab 26-27.

  23. Complete the following questions in complete sentences. • What unexpected circumstances led to the defeat of the Ming Dynasty? • What effect did the construction of the Great Wall have on the people of China?