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Lesson Plans – 7th Grade World History 2017-2018




Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

8/21


  • Teacher Workday




Tues.

8/22


  • Inservice




Wed.

8/23


  • Inservice




Thurs.

8/24


  • Inservice




Fri.

8/25


  • Teacher Workday






Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

8/28


  • No school




Tues.

8/29


  • Assembly schedule – 45 min classes

  • Teacher introduction – PowerPoint

  • Hand out class syllabus. Go over class rules and procedures. Due Wednesday.

  • Show the students the website

You will get to know Mr. Williams and the class rules and expectations.

Wed.

8/30


  • Semester pretest

You will show what you already know about the material we will be studying this semester.

Thurs.

8/31


  • Bell Work: Personal History

  • What Is History? Activity - Split students into groups and have the oldest student in each group act as the group scribe. Using the What Is History Powerpoint, give the groups several questions to discuss and respond to within the given timeframes. Afterwards, discuss their answers as a class. Make last as long as feasible.

  • Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgmNkYUL_Cw

  • If finish up, begin filling in the Geography Notes guide (copy this)

You will understand what history is and why we study it.

All Standard 1: History



Fri.

9/1


  • Bell Work: Vacation

  • Geography Notes guide using the Eastern World textbook (need to scan and post these pages).

  • Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLrowCiVEdk

You will be introduced to the themes and elements of geography.

All Standard 2: Geography





Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

9/4


  • Labor Day




Tues.

9/5


  • Bell Work: Region

  • Finish Geography Notes in class or as homework. Due Tuesday.

  • 5 Themes of Geography Ppt, slides 1-8

You will learn the 5 Themes of Geography.

All Standard 2: Geography



Wed.

9/6


  • Bell Work: Continents

  • Hand out The World Map Introduction and have students color and label them.

  • Set up binder

  • Geography Notes due and begin going over them

You will identify the continents and major oceans and lines of latitude on a map.

BG to all SS standards



Thurs.

9/7


  • Bell Work: Location

  • Finish going over Geography notes

  • 5 Themes of Geography Ppt slides 9-12. Copy Mr. Help slide on the back of their Geography Notes guide.



You will understand the 5 Themes of Geography.

All Standard 2: Geography



Fri.

9/8


  • Bell Work: Practice for World Map quiz (should have been done on Thursday with the quiz on Friday)

  • Watch 5 Themes of Geography by James White on Youtube

  • Watch on Youtube The Continents and Oceans (LMFAO Remix) by The Singing History Teachers, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ2V-VgCJgI

  • 30 Geographical Terms I Should Know Ppt and Activity – Hand out worksheet and go through the Ppt with them. Have the students guess the feature in the picture, then show them the answer. The Ppt is not in order with the worksheet.

You will become familiar with common geographical terms.

BG 6-9.WHC.2.3.3





Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

9/11


  • Bell Work: Geographical Features

  • World Map Quiz

  • Finish 30 Geographical Terms I Should Know

You will become familiar with common geographical terms.

BG 6-9.WHC.2.3.3



Tues.

9/12


  • Bell Work: Map Terms Use p. H6 and H7 to go over their answers and discuss the terms.

  • Introduce North America Map

  • Different Kinds of Maps – political, physical, special purpose. Use p. H8 and H9 to discuss the types and usefulness of each kind of map.

You will understand the features and different kinds of maps and their uses.

6-9.WHC.2.1.1



Wed.

9/13


  • Bell Work: 5 Themes Review (There is a 5 Themes Review doc you can use for the answers)

  • Youtube videos – Singing History Teachers Map Features “Gentleman” by Psy Parody https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4GMno9p4g4&index=3&list=PLaSP9oNn44MfKzjekloVtNM7CtBcMDROM an Scale on Map Fall Out Boy Parody https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xd8gJm5c4CY&list=PLaSP9oNn44MfKzjekloVtNM7CtBcMDROM )

  • Latitude and Longitude worksheet

  • Watch Youtube “Why We Need to Teach Geography” clip (w/Jay Leno interview), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_pw8duzGUg

You will understand how to use latitude and longitude to locate places on a map.

6-9.WHC.2.1.1



Thurs.

9/14


  • Bell Work: Relative

  • North America Map Practice

  • Discuss the difference between absolute and relative location. Absolute and Relative Location activity

You will understand the difference between absolute and relative location.

6-9.WHC.2.1.1



Fri.

9/15


  • Bell Work: Study for Map Test

  • North America Map Test

  • Finish absolute and relative location activity

You will understand the difference between absolute and relative location.

6-9.WHC.2.1.1





Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

9/18


  • Introduce Countries and Capitals List #1 and make folded sheet

  • Absolute and relative location activity due

  • Patrick the Platypus in groups and go over them as a class. Only copy one per group.

You will understand the 5 Themes of Geography.

All Geography Standards



Tues.

9/19


  • Bell Work: Latitude/Longitude Review

  • Youtube video – Latitude and Longitude One Direction Remix by The Singing History Teachers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ab-gE8ov4o

  • Write Geography Autobiography

You will write an autobiography to help you understand how the 5 Themes of Geography relate to you.

All Geography Standards



Wed.

9/20


  • Bell Work: Easiest/Hardest

  • Share Geography Autobiography

You will share a portion of your biography with the class.

All Geography Standards



Thurs.

9/21


  • Bell Work: study Countries and Capitals to review for quiz on Friday and play around the world

  • Split students into groups of three and using butcher paper, have them create and then present to the class what they think culture is?

  • Begin 9 Elements of Culture Ppt – slides 1-?

  • Hand out unit study guide

You will identify different elements that make up a culture.

6-9WHC1.8



Fri.

9/22


  • Bell Work: Culture

  • Countries and Capitals Quiz List #1 review

  • Review elements of culture covered the previous day and finish 9 Elements of Culture Ppt, slides ?-end

You will understand the different elements that make up a culture and how cultures influence a person’s life.

6-9WHC1.8





Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

9/25


  • Bell Work: Countries of Western Europe A Map Introduction

  • Class discussion - have the students identify different cultures they are familiar with (American, Hispanic, Asian, Mormon, sports team, etc). Also discuss how and why stereotypes develop as well as the pros and cons of stereotypes.

  • Have students get back together with their groups and on the back side of the butcher paper write lists of different cultures that they belong to and the characteristics of those cultures.

You will understand the different elements that make up a culture and how cultures influence a person’s life.

6-9.WHC.1.8



Tues.

9/26


  • Bell Work: City

  • Population, Government, Economics Ppt

  • Hand out Study Guide

You will learn how population, government, and economics impact a culture.


Wed.

9/27


  • Finish Population, Government, Economics Ppt

  • Next year add Youtube videos – Singing History Teachers Map Features “Gentleman” by Psy Parody https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4GMno9p4g4&index=3&list=PLaSP9oNn44MfKzjekloVtNM7CtBcMDROM an Scale on Map Fall Out Boy Parody https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xd8gJm5c4CY&list=PLaSP9oNn44MfKzjekloVtNM7CtBcMDROM )

  • Review game for test

You will learn how population, government, and economics impact a culture.

6-9.WHC.3.1

6-9. WHC.3.3

6-9.WHC.4.4.2



Thurs.

9/28


  • Bell Work: Review Countries of Western Europe A Map

  • Unit 1 test

  • Check unit 1 bell work

You will demonstrate your mastery of the first unit’s material.

All standards for this unit



Fri.

9/29


  • Bell Work: Archeologist

  • Study for map quiz

  • Countries of Western Europe A Map Quiz

  • Beginnings of Civilization Ppt Sec. 1: The First People

You will learn how early man developed and spread out.

6-9.WHC.1.6.1

6-9.WHC.1.6.2

6-9.WHC.1.6.3





Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

10/2


  • Bell Work: Early Man

  • Beginnings of Civilization Ppt – Finish Section 1

  • Assignment: Reading Check Questions, slide 9, complete with a partner and go over answers as a class

  • Beginnings of Civilization Ppt Sec. 2: The Beginning of Agriculture

  • Introduce Greek & Latin Stems. Discuss what they are and go over List #1. Make folded sheet of Greek and Latin Stems

You will understand how the development of agriculture impacted early man.

6-9.WHC.1.6.3

6-9.WHC.1.7.1

6-9.WHC.3.2.2



Tues.

10/3


  • Bell Work: My Cave Art

  • Beginnings of Civilization Ppt – Finish Section 2

  • Assignment: Reading Check Questions, slide 15

You will understand how the development of agriculture impacted early man.

6-9.WHC.1.6.3

6-9.WHC.1.7.1

6-9.WHC.3.2.2



Wed.

10/4


  • Bell Work: study stems for tomorrow’s quiz

  • Watch Horrible Histories “Stone Age Medley” clip

  • Early Human Settlement Activity – split students into groups to complete first column

  • Watch History of Britain on Skara Brae (min 3-11) and fill in 2nd column

  • Show Horrible Histories “Sharp Stone, Blunt Stone” clip (Season 1, Episode 1, minute 16)

You will learn what life in an early village was like.

6-9.WHC.1.6.3

6-9.WHC.3.2.2


Thurs.

10/5


  • Bell Work: study stems

  • Stems test list 1

  • Beginnings of Civilization Ppt Section 3: Foundations of Civilization

  • Assignment: Reading Check Questions, slide 22

You will learn how early civilizations developed and impacted mankind.

6-9.WHC.1.6.3



Fri.

10/6


  • PTC Comp Day – No School






Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

10/9


  • Bell Work: A Remarkable Discovery, will need copies of the high school World History book at their desks.

  • Group Civilization Activity – Now that students have studied the aspects of a civilization, working with a group, they should create a fictional civilization. Name it and describe what the seven characteristics of their civilization are like. The seven characteristics are on slide 23 of the Ppt. Perhaps relate this to Tolkien or other authors who make up fictional civilizations.

You will create and describe a fictional civilization.

6-9.WHC.1.6, 1.7, 1.8



Tues.

10/10


  • Bell Work: Civilization

  • Finish group civilization activity from Tuesday

  • Begin group civilization presentations

  • Show Horrible Histories “Stone Age Dragons Wheel, Beer Invention” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67r2Q_rWYGo&list=

PLfe38otWf7EPU8ReloxkpdLlTRLUzUpyc

  • Use document camera to display the time line found on p. 16-17 of the World History textbook. Talk about what technological advancements were made during the Stone Age (fire, wheel, eventually bronze).

  • Watch Horrible Histories “Stone Age to Bronze Age”

You will evaluate the importance of the different elements of a civilization and how technology changes civilization.

6-9.WHC.1.7.2



Wed.

10/11


  • Parent Teacher Conferences

  • Bell Work: Technologies

  • Continue group civilization presentations

  • Finish group civilization presentations

  • Work with a partner. Use Chrome books to look up the Early Man Ppt on the website and fill in the corresponding worksheet. (Do this before the Thurs review next year.)

You will review information about early man.

All standards for this unit.



Thurs.

10/12


  • Parent Teacher Conferences

  • Review for test

  • Check unit 2 bell work

You will review information about early man.

All standards for this unit.



Fri.

10/13


  • Bell Work: Study for test

  • Unit 2 Test

You will demonstrate your knowledge of Early Man.

All standards for this unit.





Date

Activities and Assignments

Daily Objectives and Standards

Mon.

10/16


  • Bell Work: Introduce Countries of Western Europe B Map

  • Bell Work: Water

  • Early Fertile Crescent Ppt

You will understand the role that water plays in establishing a civilization.

6-9.WHC.2.3.3

6-9.WHC.1.7.1

6-9.WHC.3.1.1



Tues.

10/17


  • Bell Work: Water & Dirt

  • Mesopotamian Cities & Trade Ppt

  • Who Was Who in Ancient Mesopotamia?, p. 21

You will understand the need for division of labor and how social classes were created.

6-9.WHC.1.8.2



Wed.

10/18


  • Bell Work: Writing

  • Begin Empires of Mesopotamia Ppt slides 1-8

You will understand how the development of writing changed civilizations.

6-9.WHC.1.7.2

6-9.WHC.1.8.1


Thurs.

10/19


  • Earthquake and Evacuation Drill

  • Begin Empires of Mesopotamia Ppt slides 9-12

  • Make cuneiform tablets with clay



You will understand how the development of writing changed civilizations.

6-9.WHC.1.7.2

6-9.WHC.1.8.1


Fri.

10/20


  • Bell Work: Review for Map Quiz

  • Countries of Western Europe B Map Quiz

  • Continue Empires of Mesopotamia Ppt slides 13-17

  • Do Mesopotamian Math (Originally on p. 86-88 of red Ancient Civilizations book, but found a different version online). If there’s more time, have them make up their own problems for the class to solve.

You will realize the Mesopotamian contributions to science and math.

6-9.WHC.1.7.2

6-9.WHC.1.8.1



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