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    AP HUG Unit 4 Lesson Plans 2018

     

    Day 1: Tuesday, November 16th   

    Objectives: Analyze religion as a factor of identity.  Compare and contrast the importance of religion to the United States to countries worldwide.

    Activities:

    1. Turn in  Ch. 6 Key Issue Packet #1
    2. BW#1:  Intro. to Religion PPT
    3. Importance of Religion Worldwide Activity                                                                       
    4. Hand out Intro worksheet.  Students will fill this in as they analyze each of the 3 documents 

    HW: Ch. 6, Key Issue #2 due tomorrow

            Religion portion of Vocab and Middle East map due next Tuesday



    Day 2: Wednesday, November 17th  

    Objectives: Students will discuss information on the major religions of the world. 

    Activities:

    1. Discuss the answers to their group assignment from yesterday
    2. Watch a video on religious hearths and the diffusion of the world’s 5 major religions.
    3. Religion Overview PPT with Notes Guide (Intro)

    HW: Ch. 6, Key Issue #3 due Friday

     

    Day 3: Thursday, December 18th

    Objectives: Students will discuss information on the major religions of the world. 

    Activities:

    1. Religion Overview PPT with Notes Guide (Hinduism and Buddhism)

    HW: Ch. 6, Key Issue #3 due tomorrow 

            Religion portion of the Vocab chart and Middle East map is due next Tuesday



    Day 4: Friday, November 19th   

    Objectives: Students will discuss information on the major religions of the world.

    Activities:

    1. Religion Overview PPT with Notes Guide  (Judaism Christianity and Islam)

    HW:  Religion portion of the Vocab chart and Middle East map is due next Tuesday

     

     

    Day 5: Monday, November 22nd    

    Objectives: Students will discuss information on the major religions of the world.

    Activities:

    1. Religion Overview PPT with Notes Guide  (Judaism Christianity and Islam)
    2. Watch video explaining the differences between Sunni and Shiite Muslims
    3. Name the Religion Slideshow (Symbols, Clothing, Jewelry, and Architecture)

    HW: Finish the North Africa / Middle East Map

             Work on the Religion Portion of the vocab chart 

     

    Day 6: Tuesday, November 23rd   

    Objective: Students will be assessed on their Religion vocab knowledge and on the Middle East / North Africa Map.

    Activities:

       1) PearDeck  Review ( List the five major religions of the world, hearths, and facts)

       2) Middle East Map and Religion Vocab Quiz

       3) Name the U.S. Religion Slideshow

    HW: Ch. #6 Key Issue #4 due Monday

            Work on Religion AP Classroom Questions

     

    Day 7: Monday, November 29th     

    Objectives: Students will evaluate increases/decreases in secularism and fundamentalism in religions. They will also be exposed to the differences between intrafaith and interfaith conflicts.

    Activities:

    1. Religion Overview PPT with Notes Guide (Islam)
    2. Watch video explaining the differences between Sunni and Shiite Muslims

    HW: None



    Day 8 Tuesday, November 30th     

    Objectives: Students will evaluate increases/decreases in secularism and fundamentalism in religions. They will also be exposed to the differences between intrafaith and interfaith conflicts.

    Students will compare and contrast universalizing religions vs. ethnic religions.  Students will create a response to the essential question:  “Who has a better claim to the land?” on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict

    Activities:

    1. Secularism and Fundamentalism PPT & discussion
    • Intrafaith and Interfaith Conflicts examples
    1. Israeli/Palestinian Conflict
    • Students will answer the focus question “Who has a better claim to the land?” in a 3 paragraph essay
    • Watch the trailer from the video: “Jerusalem” to give the students some background knowledge 
      • Use the graphic organizer to take notes          

    HW: Israeli/Palestinian Conflict Paper due Friday at midnight



    Day 9: Wednesday,December 1st

    Objectives: Students will compare and contrast universalizing religions vs. ethnic religions.  Students will create a response to the essential question:  “Who has a better claim to the land?” on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict

    Activities:

    1) Continue the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict Assignment

    • Students should look at the PPT and complete the note sheet.
    • Watch the 2 videos on “The Israeli - Palestinian Conflict: A Brief Simple History Summary and Israeli Settlements Explained. Then watch the 4 National Geographic on the conflict
    • Students will fill out their graphic organizer as they watch the videos
    • Students will write the 3 paragraph response (“Who has better claim to the land”)

    HW: Israeli/Palestinian Conflict Paper due Friday before Midnight

             Ch. 7, Key Issue #1 is due Monday

     

    Day 10: Thursday, December 2nd

    Objectives: Students will compare and contrast universalizing religions vs. ethnic religions.  Students will create a response to the essential question:  “Who has a better claim to the land?” on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict

    Activities:

    1) Continue the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict Assignment

    • Students should look at the PPT and complete the note sheet.
    • Watch the 2 videos on “The Israeli - Palestinian Conflict: A Brief Simple History Summary and Israeli Settlements Explained. Then watch the 4 National Geographic on the conflict
    • Students will fill out their graphic organizer as they watch the videos
    • Students will write the 3 paragraph response (“Who has better claim to the land”)

    HW: Israeli/Palestinian Conflict Paper due Friday before Midnight

             Ch. 7, Key Issue #1 is due Monday



    Day 11: Friday, December 3rd 

    Objectives: Students will be assessed on their vocab knowledge on Religion and Ethnicity.

    Activities:

    1. Socratic Seminar

    - Discuss who has more of a rightful claim to Jerusalem and the West Bank; the Palestinians or the Israelis?

    1. Secularism and Fundamentalism PPT & discussion
    • Finish the Intrafaith and Interfaith Conflicts examples 
    1. PearDeck  Review ( List the five major religions of the world, hearths, and facts)

     

    HW Ch. 7, Key Issue #1 is due Monday

     

     

    Day 12:  Monday, December 6th   

    Objectives: Students will be introduced to the concepts of Race and Ethnicity

    Activities:

    1. The Empirical Challenges of Racial Classification Lesson 

    ACTIVITY #1 - Articulating Preconceptions: What Do Students Believe?

    ACTIVITY #2: Problematizing Student Assumptions: Creating an Inventory of Traits 

      • Watch: The Difference Between Us (2 Min)

     

    • Complete the Chart in groups

     

    ACTIVITY #4: Why Racial Classification Doesn't Work

    • Watch “Measuring Genetic Variation Between Groups” (2:30)
    • Watch "Differences in Skin Color" (2:30)
    1. Ethnicity PPT (Slides 1 -5)
    2. Read the article: “Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Race”

     

    HW: Ch. 7, Key Issue 2 due tomorrow, Tuesday

     

    Day 13: Tuesday, December 7th  

    Objectives:  Students will be assessed on their knowledge of Chapter 7 Key Issue 2. Students will analyze where different ethnic groups live in the U.S. and migration patterns of African Americans. 

    Activities:

    1. Take the quiz on Ch. 7, Key Issue 2
    2. Ethnicity PPT (Slides 5 -17; Where People live in the U.S. African-American Migration Patterns)

     

    HW: Ch. 7, Key Issue #3 due Thursday

            

    Day 14: Wednesday, December 8th 

    Objectives: Students will analyze where different ethnic groups live in the U.S. and migration patterns of African Americans. 

    Activities:

    1. Ethnicity PPT (Slides 5 -19; African-American Migration Patterns)
    2. Read “The Downward Spiral”
    3. Watch the video “the Redlining” video (4 Min)
    • Look at the Chicago Redlining Map
    1. Watch the video “How the Racial Gap Was Created” (30 Min)

     

    HW: Ch. 7, Key Issue #3 due Thursday

         

    Day 15: Thursday, December 9th 

    Objectives: Analyze the effects of counties with great ethnic diversity. Analyze political cartoons to understand their message. Explain the long-lasting effects of Apartheid in South Africa.

    Activities: 

    1. Apartheid PPT 
    • Invictus video clip
    • Analyze Apartheid Political Cartoons
    1. Ethnic Border Conflicts PPT

     

    HW: Ch. 7, Key Issue #4 due Monday

     

    Day 16: Friday, December 10th 

    Objectives: Analyze the effects of counties with great ethnic diversity. Students will view an example of the most dangerous borders in the world due to an ethnic / religious conflict.

    Activities:

    1. Finish Ethnic Border PPT
    2. Ed Puzzle on “Vice Episode-Bad Borders Kashmir” 

             https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Nzm2CidMpM

     

    HW: Ch. 7, Key Issue #4 due tomorrow

             Hand out the Unit 4 Study Guide

     

    Day 17: Monday, December 13th

    Objective: Analyze the effects of counties with great ethnic diversity. Students will view an example of the most dangerous borders in the world due to an ethnic / religious conflict.

    Activities:

    1. Finish Ethnic Border PPT
    2. Ed Puzzle on “Vice Episode-Bad Borders Kashmir” 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Nzm2CidMpM

    HW: Ch. 7, Key Issue #4 due tomorrow



    Day 18: Tuesday, December 14th

    Objective: Students will analyze 4 different scenarios and classify them as either ethnic cleansing or genocide. Students will be assessed on their knowledge of Unit 4 by taking the FRQ

    Activities:

    1. Difference between ethnic cleansing and genocide 
    • Have students copy down the definitions between ethnic cleansing vs. genocide in their notebooks from “Ethnic Cleansing vs. Genocide” PPT (15 min)
    • Go through the 4 scenarios together and classify them as Genocide or Ethnic Cleansing (10 Min.)
    • Rohingya / Myanmar Video Clip (15 Min.) 

    HW: Students will complete the Unit 4 Reflection Sheet

           

     

    Day 19: Wednesday, December 15th  

    Objective: Students will review for the Unit 4 Test

    Activity:

    1. Play Unit 4 Kahoot

    HW: Study for the Unit 4 Test



    Day 20: Thursday, December 16th  

    Objective: Students will assessed on the Unit 4 Test

    Activity:

    1. Write the Unit 4 FRQ Essay

    HW: Study for the Unit 4 Test

     

    Day 21: Friday, December 17th  

    Objective: Students will be assessed on Unit 4 Test

    Activity:

    1. Take the Unit 4 M/C Test

    HW: Ch. 8, Key Issue #1 Due tomorrow

            Hand out the Unit 5 Vocab Chart and Sub-Saharan Africa Map