Unit 1 Navigation Page
PRe-Colony Days 1491-1607
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GL is an excellent resource and additional online study website.
Unit 1 Schedule
Tuesday August 9th, Day 1 Common Day
-Ice breaker TV Show/Music/Video Game you recommend
Hobby/Fun Fact & a Food you dislike
Wednesday August 10th, Day 2 Common Day
-Syllabus, Classroom Rules/Expectations, HWP
Explain APUSH Exam & Welcome Packet
Explain About Me Digital Flyer - Canva.com
Please watch for an overview of what is to come the first semester:
Day 3 Thursday/Friday August 11th & 12th
Pick up HWP Papers, Explain things on the website better, Explain HWP.
Columbian Exchange Activity
HIPPO 1 Christopher Columbus
Quiz 1.1 is now open- Deadline: August 23rd
Day 4 Monday/Tuesday August 15th & 16th
Pick up textbooks 1st- 9:20am, 3rd 11:10 am, 2nd 9:30 am
BP, Answer all questions you may have by this point in time.
Pass out more Hippos
HIPPO 2 Sepulveda in class
Begin Lecture 1.1
HIPPO 3 De Las Casas in class
Day 5 Wednesday August 17th
About Me Letter & Syllabus Signature Due
Finish 1.1 Lecture
Work on HWP, Review
Day 6 Thursday/Friday August 18th & 19th
Unit One HWP DUE
Unit One Exam - (Curved)
Discuss Native American Project groups & begin research.
(Official Research day September 7th in Library)
Ships Rosters (In Class Reading)
Provide Unit 2 Materials
Go over Short Movie Project
FLIPPED LECTURE: You take notes at home and we'll go
over 2.1 lecture in class next class on Monday/Tuesday of next week. Quiz 2.1 will open next week.
Quiz 1.1 Deadline: 11:45pm, August 23
(2) SAQ on Monday/Tuesday next week.
Unit 2 Begins 8/22 & 8/23
Please go to the Unit 2 sub-page
FYI 2.1-2.4 will all be FLIPPED LECTURES
Lecture 1- European Contact
Other cool links/info
FFAPUSH- skill building
Step #1 Read the question or prompt carefully: Read the question three times and be able to paraphrase the question and know the essential task demanded by it. Answering the question will be the central focus of your essay, and you want to be sure to ATFP:
Explain how geographic and environmental factors shaped the development of various communities in North America prior to European colonization.
What type of prompt is this?
What is your purpose?
Unit 1 encompasses the first and second chapters of the textbook. Read the first and second chapters, skim it anything else, and I'd recommend using post it notes as you read through 30-60 pages of the text book each week.
Unit 1 quizizz deadline
Make sure you put your period (1,2, or 3) in front of your
first and last name when using Quizizz
if you want to receive full credit.
Ex: (5) Cummings, David
1.Ask participants to open
2.And enter this code
Deadline: 11:45pm, August 23
Unit 1 HW/Classwork
HW CATEGORY (10%)
A. Signed Syllabus (10)
B. AMD CANVA Letter (50)
Both Due 8/17/22
1. Lecture 1.1 (50) BYOD or printed
2. HIPPOSx4 *(Rank #1, #2)* (100)
3. Quicksheet (100)
4. Native America Regional Map (100)
HW Packet = 400 points
PROJECT CATEGORY (20%)
9. 1:00-1:30 Smore Project Presentation (partnered) (25)
Research, Make Smore Website, Teach, Create something, Showcase.
See instructions below for more details.
Native American Project Video or
Live SMORE Presentations are due 9/19-9/20
EXAM/Test & QUIZ CATEGORY (35%)
Quiz 1.1 (take until 100%) 15 points
Exam 1 (T.C. available after) 20 points
ESSAY CATEGORY (30%)
(2) SAQ 60 points
2.5/5%, just participate and be a good student and it'll go up.
You get half now, and half at the end of the semester for sticking with it through the half-way mark. Kudos!
Unit 1 quicksheet/Timeline
(1) About Me Letter (AML) Canva Guidelines
On a CANVA Digital Letter, you must include the following items:
FILL up your Canva Digital letter and print it out, and attach it to the front of your HW Packet.
5. Chippewa (Ojibwe)
6. Creek (Muscogee)
9. Nez Perce
11. California Tribe
12. California Tribe
1. Michael Zhang & Jacob Lin- Cherokee
2. Aayan * Ito- Comanche
3. Sky Wang & Ella Martizon- NAVAJO
4. Madi Piddington & Mia Gonzales- Choctaw
5. Amanda O & Hrutu Desai- Chippewa (Ojibwe)
6. Kaitlin Kim & Madi Lin- Creek
7. Natalia Roman & Lauren Marquez- Iroquois
8. Sarah Lee & Olivia Duong - Sioux
9. Anne Arce & Samai Morris- Nez Perce
10. A Rod & Weinrich - Blackfoot
11. Tina Zhang & Romari Mora- California tribe Chumash
12. Taha & Fiza- California tribe- Shasta
13. Giselle O.O. & Tarui- California tribe Serrano
14. Lauren & Kelly & Kerry- Ute
15. AJ & Prabhas- Shawnee
16. Diana & Berlyn - Apache
1. Nick & Tyler- Iroquois
2. Manny & Kaylee- Comanche
3. Jaidyn Lombera & Fiona Xie- Navajo
4. Erik Fawcett & Casey Dinh- Cherokee
5. Deja & Miles- Blackfoot
6. Ivan & Reachiny- Creek (Muscogee)
7. Dmitri & Jonah Montenegro- Serrano
8. Hailey & Jacklynn- Sioux
9. Sunshine & Hebe- Nez Perce
10. Alex Zadekian & Jazz Shoker- Chippewa (Ojibwe)
11. Jasmine Lao & Jake Bardales- Choctaw
12. Prerana & Gigi & Maleah- Apache
13. Mark & Marvin & Alejandro- Tonga tribe (San Gabriel Mnts)
1. Andrew Fudge & Joseph Chumacero- Comanche
2. Gabrielle Ye & Chloe Wu- Cherokee
3. Amy, Ning, & Vanessa- Navajo
4. Autumn & Jake- Sioux
5. Zach Gatchalian & Bryson Lofton- Irqoqois
6. Ethan Sim & Kristen McCormick- Blackfoot
7. Natalie Chau & Nadelyn Lee- Creek
8. Nate Camarena & Ricardo Escobedo- Apache
9. Ethan Kung & Om Kotadia- Chippewa (Ojibwe)
10. Blake & Brett Montes- Choctaw
11. Rein Challoy & Codi Lin- CA Tribe Chumash
12. Sebastian Gonzalez & Jonah Llamas- CA Tribe Serrano
13. Howard Li & Kai Cervantes- Nez Perce
14. Ronnie Ortiz & Victor Manzano- Cheyenne
15. Kevin Schneider & Irene Hwang- Powhatan
Native American Tribe Project
a. Social structure--
1. How is the society organized?
2. Is it communal or hierarchical?
3. Is it matrilineal or patrilineal?
4. What language did the tribe speak? Were there other tribes or bands in the region that spoke the same language?
5. Who were there enemies?
6. Where are they today? Explain their current living situation if they are still around in present-day U.S.
b. Political structure/leadership--
1. Who has power?
2. How are tribal decisions made?
3. What role do religious leaders play in decisions?
c. Economic subsistence and trade--
1. How did they survive? Agriculture/hunter-gatherer, etc.?
2. Did they trade/raid with other groups? Who?
1. What type of home did they live in?
You must include photos, location within America, and maps on your SMORE page.
e. Regional similarities and differences
1. Was your tribe unique in the region? What similarities did they share with other tribes in the region? Differences?
Project Guidelines: You and a partner must select a unique Native American tribe from the image above and you must inform the class about them. Create a SMORE web page or use the google slides template (shareable link) & post your page to your Period's Padlet below.
(Must be bold, small and can be taped or stapled to the wall... or a video that can be linked to the online fridge:
Period 1 (1491-1607)
On a North American continent controlled by American Indians, contact among the peoples of Europe, the Americas, and West Africa created a new world.
Key Concept 1.1:
Before the arrival of Europeans, native populations in North America developed a wide variety of social, political, and economic structures based in part on interactions with the environment and each other.
Key Concept 1.2:
European overseas expansion resulted in the Columbian Exchange, a series of interactions and adaptations among societies across the Atlantic.
Key Concept 1.3:
Contacts among American Indians , Africans, and Europeans challenged the worldviews of each group.
Tips for saq
0. Put your name on the paper.
1. Answer the Prompt.
2. Stay in the box.
3. Label each section A. B. and C.
4. Write legibly.
5. Skip a line if possible.
6. Write 2-3 STRONG sentences answering the prompt.
7. Don't forget to breathe.
Quiz 1.1- 1. Ask participants to open
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Quiz 2.1- 1. Ask participants to open
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