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6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1
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6th Grade SS Wk of Nov 1

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Notes for the week of November 1, 2010, for 6th grade.

Notes for the week of November 1, 2010, for 6th grade.

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  • 1. SOCIAL STUDIES Week of November 1st – 6th grade
  • 2. Monday, November 1st Expectations of Class Note taking Journals Website Mini Lecture Project Intro
  • 3. Ms. S Classroom Procedures and Daily Outline Expectations •No Gum/Food •Raise hand if you need to get out of your desk/throw anything out/ask questions/bathroom/locker/need ANYTHING and wait to be called on. •Work quietly, in your seat and independently when it is individual time. •Work quietly, in your seat and cooperatively when it is group time. •No horsing around. •Be a Man or Lady in Christ at ALL times. •If you need to leave the class you MUST ask AND have a pass signed, dated and timed from your assignment notebook.
  • 4. Give Me Five 1.) Put everything down/be still 2.) Face forward 3.) Eyes on Speaker 4.) Be quiet 5.) Listen
  • 5. Enter classroom quietly with your materials 1.) Social Studies Book & Journal 2.) Science Book & Journal 3.) Notebook 4.) Pen 5.)Good attitude
  • 6. SOCIAL STUDIES FIRST 45 MINUTES Do Social Studies Warm-up Activity a. Monday  “Your issues”  Students will write in journal an issue they have and then write out a solution to the issue. Apply God’s Word/Truth to the solution. b. Tuesday  Newspaper/Magazine Article  Read article  Summary in 3-5 sentences using proper grammar and spelling  Wednesday  “What’s happening?”  Write a paragraph about something (whether it be an event, program, activity…ANYTHING!) going on in your neighborhood, church, community, etc.  Thursday  Newspaper/Magazine Article  Read article  Summary in 3-5 sentences using proper grammar and spelling
  • 7. SOCIAL STUDIES FIRST 45 MINUTES (cont.)  Prepare for Social Studies Section  Monday  Lecture on Unit  Tuesday  Guided Project  Wednesday  Guided Project  Thursday  Reinforcement of Unit  Friday  Pop Quiz/Test/Discussion/Review  Social Studies closeout – Cool-down  “What I learned today – 1-3 sentences using proper grammar and spelling.
  • 8. GRADING  Project -35%  Test – 20%  Quiz/Participation – 10%  Homework – 5%  Journal – 30%  Warm up  Cool Down  Handouts  Note taking
  • 9. NOTETAKING HINTS  Whatever is on power point WRITE DOWN in your Social Studies Journal under “Notes”  If you missed the notes you can get it by:  Asking a friend  Getting it from the computer lab  Going to www.sliwinskistuff.blogspot.com
  • 10. JOURNALS  35% of your grade  MUST include the following on a DAILY basis:  Date  Warm-up  Notes  Handouts pasted  Cool-down - Will be RANDOMLY collected as a check up. - Do not lose it or even think of coming into class without it!!!!
  • 11. WEBSITE  www.sliwinskistuff.blogspot.com  All Lecture notes, videos used in class, study guides, handouts, etc. will be posted within 48 hours.  Homework and project information will be on here.  Ms. S will not give extra copies of any material.  Check it often!!!
  • 12. Land form terms Describe each picture in your journal. Archipelago Cana l Harbor Plain Summit Tributary
  • 13. Projects  Art project  Pick from the following animals:  Wild Turkey  Wapiti (Waapiti in Cree) (Elk in English)  White-tailed deer  Research why it is important to Native American and Eastern United States history  Write a two paragraph explanation using your own words.  Wednesday you will make your animal in class.  Due Friday
  • 14. Rubric (Grading) for Project 1 2 3 4 Explanation why it was important to Native American history Not very clear and no/few details Somewhat clearly explained with a few details Clearly explained the importance with a few details Clearly explained the important to Native Americans with many details Explanation why it was important to U.S. History Not very clear and no/few details Somewhat clearly explained with a few details Clearly explained the importance with a few details Clearly explained the important to United States history with many details Grammar/Punctuati on/Clarity Many grammar/ punctuati on mistakes and unsatisfa ctory presente d Many grammar/punct uation mistakes and satisfactory presented Few grammar/pun ctuation mistakes and clearly presented No grammar/punctuatio n mistakes and very clearly presented
  • 15. Journal  Write which animal you will be using?  What resources will you use? List.  What are some obstacles you are going through lately?
  • 16. Tuesday, November 2nd
  • 17. Warm-Up Activity  Find a news article of interest to you.  Cut it out and paste in your journal. Make sure you date it.  Write a short 3-5 sentence summary using proper grammar and spelling.
  • 18. Using your text, find each term for the land forms and write down the definition. TERMS
  • 19. People to Know In your journal write each name down. For ones we watch a video of, write key concepts. Those who do not, find the key concepts in your book.  Record 2-4 key concepts from the videos on EACH person:  Tecumseh - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZtDamgywh0  Roger Williams - http://videos.howstuffworks.com/hsw/12743- the-english-colonies-roger-williams-video.htm  David Brainerd - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AAaAMzMlmk&feature=relate d http://www.wholesomewords.org/missions/biobrainerd.html Find key concepts in your book – dates, , importance in history, ethnicity, etc.  Tattamy  John Elliot  John Campanius  Joseph Brant  Samoset
  • 20. People Groups to Know In your journal write each name down. For ones we watch a video of, write key concepts. Those who do not, find the key concepts in your book.  Tell why these Native American groups are important  Longhouses - http://videos.howstuffworks.com/discovery/34119- americas-first-nations-long-houses-video.htm  Hopewell  League of Five Nations  Mohawks  Shawnee  Seminoles  Delaware  Wampanoags  Sequoya - http://www.indigenouspeople.net/sequoya.htm
  • 21. Terms to Know and Locations  Terms  United States  Atlantic Ocean  Appalachian Mountains  Cumberland Gap  Mammoth Cave - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07Bjudm6N1I&feature=related  Piedmont Plateau  Wampum  Venison  Everglades - http://www.flickr.com/photos/floridamemory/3701878460/  syllabry
  • 22. Journal  What was one thing you learned about the Native Americans?  How is your animal project?

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