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Agendas for Wednesday 9/3. 4 th week of school (3 rd full week). Juniors 9/3/14. Warm-up: a. vocabulary; b. poems (10 minutes) Begin chapter 1 in textbook (notes and share with partners…if time) HW: bring textbooks on Wednesday (9/3) HW: Vocab. Quiz #1 9/8

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Agendas for wednesday 9 3

Agendas for Wednesday 9/3

4th week of school (3rd full week)


Juniors 9 3 14
Juniors 9/3/14

  • Warm-up:a. vocabulary; b. poems (10 minutes)

  • Begin chapter 1 in textbook (notes and share with partners…if time)

    HW: bring textbooks on Wednesday (9/3)

    HW: Vocab. Quiz #1 9/8

    HW: Final assessment (letter to senator) for cloning unit DUE: Thursday 9/4 @ 10:00 p.m. to turnitin.com


Freshmen 9 3 14
Freshmen 9/3/14

MAP test (second day)


Chapter 1 study guide

Chapter 1 Study Guide

Encounters and Foundations to 1800


By the end of this unit you will need to answer the following questions in an essay
By the end of this unit you will need to answer the following questions in an essay…

  • What affect did European settlement have on Native Americans?

  • Who were the Puritans and what were their beliefs about human nature?

  • How did Rationalism differ from Puritanism, and what effect did rationalism have on the new American political system?

  • What methods did each group use to share their identity, ideas, and histories? (EVERYONE WRITES THIS QUESTION ALONG WITH ONE OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS)

    ** Number off as a class; whichever number you received, write that question down on a piece of paper; skip ½ page and write down question #4


Compare contrast chart
Compare Contrast Chart following questions in an essay…

Native Amer. Puritans Rationalists

Beliefs

Types of Lit. (we will do as a class)

Affect on Other Groups

Affect on Govt.


Read through pages 4 top of 19 and
Read through pages 4-top of 19 and… following questions in an essay…

  • more carefully read the section assigned to you (1=European affect on Native Americans 2=Puritans, 3=Rationalists) and skim the

  • Under the question you wrote, write down five important things that help answer your question.

  • Fill in the chart for your assigned

  • DO NOT worry about answering question #4 or the literature section of the chart


Brainstorm p2
Brainstorm P2 following questions in an essay…

  • European settlement: judged Native Americans to be inferior and enslaved them; brought diseases; livestock; trade; hunting; Native Amer. Helped Europeans with farming and land

  • Puritans: responsible for most of Native Amer. slavery; believe in god; pure of heart

  • Rationalists: strict; lawful; reason based

  • (forgot brainstorm with period 4)


Brainstorm p5
Brainstorm P5 following questions in an essay…

  • European affect on Native Americans: pushed them off land and killed many; made some slaves/workers; introduced new diseases; trade

  • Puritans: came because they wanted freedom of religion; wanted to be pure and live for God

  • Rationalists: use their heads; clear thought process


Period 6
Period 6 following questions in an essay…

  • Effects of Europeans on Native Americans: death; slaves; brought diseases; trading; changed their religion;

  • Puritans: spiritual; pure spirit; spread their beliefs; came from England; enlightenment; escape the church of England

  • Rationalist: use the brain; rational people; scientists