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  • 1. TX HISTORY Unit 1:Being a Historian Lesson 1.2
  • 2. Our New Motto
    • 7 th Grade in the Lead…
    • … Excel and Succeed
  • 3. Let’s Review My Expectations First
    • In this class….
  • 4. The 4 Levels of Respect
  • 5. SLANT
  • 6.
    • In your Interactive Student Notebook, create the next page’s title.
    • Title: Starter / Big Questions
    • Page: # 5
    • Divide your page into two (2) sections
  • 7. 10 mins
  • 8.
    • List the numbers 1 to 3 in the starter section:
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
  • 9. Review Some Questions 1. Write down what stands out in the picture. 2. Write down your conclusions based upon what you see. 3. Write down one question that is not answered by the picture.
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  • 11. Reenactment of the Visual Source
    • Three volunteers to reenact the photograph
    • Classmates ask questions of the “actors” with respect to the emotions that are manifested.
  • 12. Reenactment of the Visual Source
  • 13. Big Questions
    • How important is an image or a photograph as a primary source in the study of history?
    • How accurate is it as a secondary source ?
    5 mins
  • 14.
    • In your Interactive Student Notebook, create the next page’s title.
    • Title: OPTICS - painting
    • Page: # 6
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  • 16. OPTICS O Objects P People T Title / Time period I Inferences C Conclusion S Symbols/ Summary
  • 17. Let’s use OPTICS to analyze a painting…
  • 18. “ The Drawing of the Black Bean” by Frederic Remington
  • 19.
    • In your Interactive Student Notebook, create the next page’s title.
    • Title: OPTICS – political cartoon
    • Page: # 7
    • Divide your page into two (2) sections
  • 20. In the top half of the page copy…. O P T I C S
  • 21. Political cartoon
    • Cartoonists many times use humor to express opinions and exaggerate their drawings to make their point
    • Also use many symbols
  • 22.  
  • 23. In the bottom half of the page copy…. O P T I C S
  • 24.  
  • 25.
    • In your Interactive Student Notebook, create the next page’s title.
    • Title: OPTICS Presentation
    • Page: # 8
  • 26. Two-Minute Presentations
    • You and your partner will receive a political cartoon to analyze using OPTICS
    • You will have 15 minutes to complete the OPTICS chart and practice how you will present your information
    • Be prepared to answer questions that your classmates may give
    Distribute the Class Handouts
  • 27. Rubric Category Points Your analysis of the cartoon using OPTICS 50 points Your undivided attention when your classmates are presenting 20 points Speech (word choice, time frame, eye contact with audience) 20 points Q & A between audience and presenters 10 points
  • 28. 15 MINUTES
  • 29. Time Has Expired
    • Begin presentations
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  • 42. Big Questions
    • How important is an image or a photograph as a primary source in the study of history?
    • How accurate is it as a secondary source ?
    5 mins
  • 43. Exit Ticket
    • What are 2 Big Ideas that you learned in this lesson?
    • Why are they important?