• Modern World History

     

     Day 1: Wednesday, August 18th, 2021

    Objective: Students will get to know their classmates.

     Activities:

    1. Get to know each other activity. (5 Questions)
    • Discuss in class

    HW: None

     

    Day 2: Thursday, August 19th, 2021

    Objective:  Students will learn about what the school has to offer.

    Activities:

    1. Get to know Mr. Johnson
    2. Questions about the school / Logistics

    HW: None

     

    Day 3: Friday, August 20th, 2021

    Objective: Students will demonstrate their ability to organize events by creating a personal timeline.

    Activities:

    1. Give them the Google Classroom Invite
    2. Explain the Personal Timeline Project.

     

    HW: Personal Timeline Project due Tuesday (8/24)

     

    Day 4: Monday, August 23rd, 2021

    Objective: Students will understand the expectations of the course. Students will demonstrate their ability to organize events by creating a personal timeline.

     

    Activities:

    1. Go over the course syllabus
    2. Time to work on the Personal Timeline Assignment

    HW: Personal Timeline is due tomorrow

     

    Day 5: Tuesday, August 24th, 2021

    Objective: Students will be introduced to the difference between a primary and secondary source. Students will also learn what history is and why it is important to study it.

    Activities:

    1. “What is History” PPT (15 Min.)
    • Primary vs. Secondary Sources
    • Pear Deck – Primary and Secondary Source Examples
    1. Ask the students what primary sources have they left behind?
    2. Practice Quiz on Primary and Secondary Sources

    HW: None

     

    Day 6: Wednesday, August 25th, 2021

    Objective: Students will demonstrate their understanding of Primary and Secondary Sources. Students will analyze a document & demonstrate their understanding by completing an a SOAPStone

    Activities:

    1. Explain SOAPStone (10 Min)
    2. Read the article on Martin Luther King together and complete the SOAPStone W.S.

    HW: Students will read the intro document on the Middle Ages and answer the questions.