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Unit 1 Schedule
Monday August 13th, Day 1
Introduction, AML NOTE CANVA Guidelines
-Syllabus, HW Packet, Course/Exam Overview,
Wednesday August 15th, Day 2
Columbian Exchange Activity
Discuss Native American Tribe Smore/Creation Project
Quiz 1.1 is now OPEN- Will close Sunday night at 11:45PM
Thursday August 16th, Day 3
HIPPO 1,2,3 in class.
1 Christopher Columbus, 2 Sepulveda, 3 De Las Casas
-Indian Slavery in the Americas Reading
-Colonial Slavery (FFA)
Monday August 20th, Day 4
Unit One Exam, SAQ (2)
Discuss, Assign, and begin Native American Project Research
Extension: HW Packet Due on Wednesday
Native American Tribe Project Due: Thursday August 30th
-Maps Lecture/Discussion- Comparing Colonizers (FFA)
2.1-2.4 will all be FLIPPED LECTURES
Lecture 1- European Contact
Period 1 Key Terms from concept outline
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. So, read the first and second chapters, skim it anything else, and I'd recommend using post it notes when reading/taking notes...
Students should be reading 30-60 pages of the text book
each and every week.
Unit 1 quizizz deadline
Make sure you put your period (3) or (5) in front of your
first and last name when using Quizizz
if you want to receive full credit.
Ex: (4) Cummings, David
1. Open https://join.quizizz.com in your browser
2. Enter the 6-digit game code 123539 , and click "Proceed"
3. Now enter your name and click "Join Game!"
4. You will get an avatar, and then see a "Start Game" button. Click it to begin!
Unit 1 HW/Classwork
1. Signed Syllabus (25)
2. AML CANVA Letter (25)
3. Lecture 1.1 (50) (+50 EC HW points if you BYOD to take notes, and/or use Kami/Google Drive to take notes and store them)
4. HIPPOSx4 *(Rank #1, #2)* (80)
5. Margin Questions 1,2,6,10 (20)
6. Quicksheet (100)
7. Key Period 1 Timeline (50)
8. Native America Regional Map (50)
HW Packet = 400 points
9. Partnered Smore Project (50)
Research, Create Smore Website, Teach, Create, Showcase. See instructions below for more details. Due Date TBD
Quiz 1.1 (take until 100%) 15 points
Exam 1 (T.C. available after) 20 points
(2) SAQ 60 points
Unit 1 quicksheet/Timeline
(1) About Me Letter (AML) Canva Guidelines
On a CANVA Digital Letter, you must include the following items:
Native American Tribe Project
9. Partnered Smore Project (50)
Pick a tribe, identify key characteristics about their region, were they sedentary/nomadic, unique feature of tribe and what they're known for (history). You must then compare your tribe to one of the three nations below. In addition to your 1-2 minute presentation, you must create something informational and wall/fridge worthy. (Think: drawing, song, poem, rap, video, etc..)
a. Natchez (Cahokia)
Research one of these three unique tribes, making certain to focus on their ancient societies/culture. You should examine some, not all, of the following aspects of these groups:
a. Social structure--
1. How is the society organized?
2. Is it communal or hierarchical?
3. Is it matrilineal or patrilineal?
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
2. Did they trade with other groups? Who?
1. What type of home did they live in?
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.