Monday, April 30: Finish the Joan of Arc worksheet.
In Class Today: Students will complete a SAS activity on the Crusades. They will also work on a Crusades activity in Google Classroom.
Warm Up: Write a six word sentence explaining the role religion played in the Middle Ages.
Tuesday, May 1: Finish the feudal system diagram in your flip book.
In Class Today: Students will analyze pictures related to feudalism. They will learn about the role feudalism played in the Middle Ages. They will also read about the life of a peasant compared to the life of a member of the nobility.
Warm Up: Joan of Arc group collaboration.
Wednesday, May 2: Finish the manor system activity in Google Classroom.
In Class Today: Students will be introduced to the role the manor system played in life in the Middle Ages. They will complete the Manor System activity in Google Classroom.
Warm Up: Students will read "Contract Between a Vassal and a Lord." This text is in Google Classroom. They will answer the following questions: What does the vassal get from the lord? What does the lord get from the vassal?
Thursday, May 3: Finish your coat of arms. It must be in color.
In Class Today: Students will learn about knights, the code of chivalry and the coat of arms. They will complete the Two Voice Poem activity in Google Classroom comparing the samurai to the knight. They will then create their own coat of arms.
Warm Up: Gallery walk (manor pictures).
Friday, May 4: No homework.
In Class Today: Students will learn about the Magna Carta and compare it to the Bill of Rights. They will complete a worksheet on this topic.
Warm Up: Gallery walk (coat of arms).
Monday, April 23: Study for tomorrow's quiz on Social Structures and the Decline of Civilizations. Use your composition book and any activities we have done in Google Classroom.
In Class Today: Students will work on document based questions about Alexander the Great. They will review for the quiz.
Warm Up: Students will share their Alexander the Great paragraphs.
Tuesday, April 24: No homework.
In Class Today: Students will take the quiz and then continue working on the Alexander the Great document based questions.
Warm Up: None.
Wednesday, April 25: No homework.
In Class Today: Students will review the fall of Rome. They will watch a video introducing the Middle Ages.
Warm Up: Ancient Rome document based questions activity.
Thursday, April 26: Finish the Charlemagne Google Classroom activity.
In Class Today: Students will create a flip book for their study of the Middle Ages. They will learn about Charlemagne through a scavenger hunt in Google Classroom.
Warm Up: Review video notes.
Friday, April 27: No homework.
In Class Today: Students will learn about the role of religion in the Middle Ages by completing an activity in Google Classroom and completing information in their flip books.
Warm Up: What advice would Charlemagne give to today's leaders?
Monday, April 16: Finish "Decline of Civilizations" Google Classroom activity.
In Class Today: Students will brainstorm economic, political and geographic reasons why civilizations would fall. They will learn vocabulary such as decline, invasion, conquest, and migration. They will complete an activity in Google Classroom that examines the fall of Mesopotamia, Mali, and Songhai.
Warm Up: Group brainstorming activity.
Tuesday, April 17: There will be a quiz next Tuesday on Social Structures and the Decline of Civilizations. Study your composition book.
In Class Today: Students will complete an annotation and poster activity on the fall of Ancient Rome.
Warm Up: Read and annotate the fall of Rome article.
Wednesday, April 18: Study the Social Structures and Decline of Civilizations sections of your composition book.
In Class Today: Students will learn more about the fall of ancient Rome. They will participate in a poster analysis and gallery walk. Groups will have the opportunity to revise their posters after getting feedback from other students.
Warm Up: Fall of Rome document based questions.
Thursday, April 19: None.
In Class Today: Students will learn about Alexander the Great by completing a SAS activity.
Warm Up: What lessons can the US learn from the fall of ancient Rome?
Friday, April 20: Finish your Alexander the Great paragraph.
In Class Today: Students will complete the Alexander the Great google classroom activity.
Warm Up: Alexander the Great group discussion questions.
Monday, April 9: Bring any supplies your group needs for the paper slide video project.
In Class Today: Students will finish the rough drafts for the paper slide video project. After teacher approval, they will begin final copies.
Warm Up: None.
Tuesday, April 10: Bring paper slide video supplies.
In Class Today: Students will finish final copies and begin practicing for filming.
Warm Up: None.
Wednesday, April 11: Bring paper slide video supplies.
In Class Today: Students will finish practicing and begin filming their videos.
Warm Up: None.