Online tutoring will be held tomorrow evening from 7:00pm-8:00pm
Download the app zoom or go to zoom.com on your computer and use the following link to join or the code
Create an Edpuzzle video
Create a short presentation
Make analogies between major terminology
Create a Kahoot
Create a song or poem
Create a brochure
Make question/answer flashcards
Create a crossword puzzle
Create interview questions for a person going through that time and create the answers you think they would respond
Create a comic strip or political cartoon
Review a video and do AEIOU activity or summary and connection to the standard.
Pretend you are a vocabulary term and create a superhero modeled after that particular term.
Create a map explaining the importance of that area and events associated with it.
Create an ABC book using terminology, pictures, and meaning.
Create a children’s book for someone in elementary school explaining the event with pictures.
Create a histagram page for a particular event.
Many of you have been trying to get your binders in order. Feel free to use the following list to do so.
- Pegs Activity 2
- FISH notes
- Restaurant FISH
- colonial differences organizer
- colonial map
- Fur trade FISH activity
- Oladuah Equiano reading
- British North America notes
- Multiple Choice practice #2
- America Story of Us “Rebels”
- Station Activities (Should be 3 separate sheets)
- Either Great Awakening wksht, British North America Analogies, and Colonial Comprehension Check questions.
- Or Histagram event, GOGOMO, and Causes of the Revolutionary War timeline
- Causes of the Revolutionary War Timeline
- Fan n’ Pick Frayer Models (Revolutionary War)
- American Revolution crossword
- What I see, think, wonder, connect roles of minorities in the Rev War activity.
- Multiple Choice Practice #3
- Fill the Silence Activity (3rd block only)
- Jamestown Chart Analysis
- Study Guide
All of this stuff should be in order. This binder check will be worth a significant amount of points so make sure you turn in.
For those of you who may not be here Monday or who would like to get a head start on their Unit 1 study guide. Here it is.
I have include the powerpoint for the next Edpuzzle video below. Remember this video will be due Tuesday of next week.
I hope that you all have found this class to be interesting thus far. If not, stay tuned. You are bound to enjoy an activity or topic that we discuss in the very near future. For your studying purposes, I have included the powerpoint that addresses the information which we will be covering for the exam. Our exam will be next week. I will additionally create a socrative practice quiz for you so that you can test yourself over the weekend. Disregard the standards page. The new GSE standards refer to the following:
SSUSH3 Analyze the causes of the American Revolution.
a. Explain how the French and Indian War and the 1763 Treaty of Paris laid the groundwork
for the American Revolution.
b. Explain colonial response to the Proclamation of 1763, the Stamp Act, and the Intolerable
Acts as seen in the Sons and Daughters of Liberty and the Committees of Correspondence.
c. Explain the importance of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense to the movement for
Social Studies Georgia Standards of Excellence
SSUSH4 Analyze the ideological, military, social, and diplomatic aspects of the American
a. Investigate the intellectual sources, organization, and argument of the Declaration of
Independence including the role of Thomas Jefferson and the Committee of Five.
b. Explain the reason for and significance of the French alliance and other foreign assistance
including the diplomacy of Benjamin Franklin and John Adams.
c. Analyze George Washington as a military leader, including but not limited to the influence
of Baron von Steuben, the Marquis de LaFayette, and the significance of Valley Forge in
the creation of a professional military.
d. Investigate the role of geography at the Battles of Trenton, Saratoga, and Yorktown.
e. Examine the roles of women, American Indians, and enslaved and free Blacks in
supporting the war effort.
f. Explain the significance of the Treaty of Paris, 1783.