Monday, July 31: No homework.
In Class Today: Students will be finishing their physical features posters.
Warm Up: None.
Tuesday, August 1: Finish the physical feature analysis in your composition book.
In Class Today: Students will be presenting their physical features posters. They will be taking notes on the posters presented by their classmates. They will then analyze the features to determine whether or not each feature would be good for the development of a civilization.
Warm Up: None
Wednesday, August 2: No homework.
In Class Today: Students will research natural regions of the world. They will analyze the pros and cons of these natural regions.
Warm Up: Go over homework.
Thursday, August 3: Complete the "Nomad to Farmer" worksheet.
In Class Today: Students will use video clips and non-fiction text sources in a "Webquest" to learn about the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution. This assignment can be found in the 6/1 Social Studies Google Classroom.
Warm Up: According to what you have analyzed, what physical feature and climate region would be ideal for the establishment of a civilization?
Friday, August 4: No homework.
In Class Today: Students will watch a Brainpop on the Agricultural Revolution. They will finish the Neolithic Revolution webquest. This assignment can be found in the 6/1 Social Studies Google Classroom.
Warm Up: Go over the Nomad to Farmer worksheet.