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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
    • 4. 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.
    • 5. Work quietly, in your seat and independently when it is individual time.
    • 6. Work quietly, in your seat and cooperatively when it is group time.
    • 7. No horsing around.
    • 8. Be a Man or Lady in Christ at ALL times.
    • 9. If you need to leave the class you MUST ask AND have a pass signed, dated and timed from your assignment notebook.
  • Give Me Five
    1.) Put everything down/be still
    2.) Face forward
    3.) Eyes on Speaker
    4.) Be quiet
    5.) Listen
  • 10. Enter classroom quietly with your materials
    1.) Social Studies Book & Journal
    2.) Science Book & Journal
    3.) Notebook
    4.) Pen
    5.)Good attitude
  • 11. 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
  • 12. 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.  
  • 13. GRADING
    Project -35%
    Test – 20%
    Quiz/Participation – 10%
    Homework – 5%
    Journal – 30%
    Warm up
    Cool Down
    Handouts
    Note taking
  • 14. 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
  • 15. 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.
    • 16. Do not lose it or even think of coming into class without it!!!!
  • 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!!!
  • 17. Land form termsDescribe each picture in your journal.
    Canal
    Archipelago
    Summit
    Harbor
    Plain
    Tributary
  • 18. 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
  • 19. Rubric (Grading) for Project
  • 20. Journal
    Write which animal you will be using?
    What resources will you use? List.
    What are some obstacles you are going through lately?
  • 21. Tuesday, November 2nd
  • 22. 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.
  • 23. Using your text, find each term for the land forms and write down the definition.
    TERMS
  • 24. People to KnowIn 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=related
    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
  • 25. 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
  • 26. 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
  • 27. Journal
    What was one thing you learned about the Native Americans?
    How is your animal project?