Bellwork: 1 Quick Introduction & Names 2 Clicker Quiz American History Literacy Test
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August 14 -Bellwork: 1) Quick Introduction & Names 2) Clicker Quiz – American History Literacy Test *http://www.readfaster.com/culturalliteracy/ test.asp?tid=319 -Syllabus & Procedures – on Angel -Check out online version of textbook - www.learntci.com 1) Begin process of getting each student logged-in *YOU WILL NEED MY EMAIL ADDRESS!!! 2) Navigate the book -Profiles in History – Discussion Board Posts – Handout *HOMEWORK–Include your profile of yourself - TOMORROW Seating Chart August 15 -Objective: Each student will learn about the process of writing history and discuss the reasons people study history. -Bellwork: -Profiles in History – Personal Profile *Response to 2 Peers by TOMORROW ***Profiles in History – Person of Choice must do majority of major work during the years listed. – not birthday -Learning history through each other. 1) Need 5 “feature students” volunteers 2) Game – Explain The Getting to Know You *Handout 3) Account – next slide -Homework: 1) Profiles in History - 2 Responses 2) Bring Notebook Eyewitness Account ON YOUR OWN - Write the answers to these questions on the back of your game sheet. ONLY INCLUDE INFORMATION THAT YOU ARE CERTAIN! Who? (name, height, clothing, facial expression) What? Where? (location in the classroom) When? (approximate time) How? Eyewitness Account – feature student 2. Ask “feature” students back to the room. “Feature” students must listen to the eyewitness accounts and come up with a more detailed summary of what happened. 3. “Feature” students – be sure to ask clarifying questions like “who, what, when, where, why, how?” 4. “Feature” students must read their accounts outloud. August 16 -Objective: Each student will identify the facts AND determine the various interpretations surrounding Nat Turners Rebellion. -Bellwork:-Nat Turners Rebellion 1.READ the Handout “Nat Turners Rebellion.” 2. On a half sheet of paper, write the answer to the: who, what, when, where, why, and how of the story. -Analyzing images – 7 groups of 3 *Questions to Answer on NEXT SLIDE -Analyzing Textual Sources – 3 groups of 6-7 students – SKIP A SLIDE *Combine groups of 3 to groups of 6. *Break from Home Groups into Expert Groups. Homework: 1) Responses to Profiles - Monday Analyzing Images – Questions to Discuss Analyzing images – 7 groups of 3 1) How is this person and his actions displayed? 2) How are this person’s personality and emotional state portrayed? 3) Why would artists produce such different interpretations? 4) What contradiction regarding democracy and freedom might Nat Turner’s actions symbolize? 5) Should this man, Nat Turner, be an American hero? August 19 -Objective: Each student will construct an historical argument regarding how Nat Turner’s Rebellion should be memorialized. -Bellwork: -Analyzing Images – Get back into these groups *What do we know about sources of info AND how might that impact the interpretation we develop of Turner as hero OR villain? -Analyzing Textual Sources – Back into Expert Groups –Next Slide *Review Document about Nat Turner’s Rebellion to start -In-Class Discussion – skip a slide -The impact of authorship – Resource Sheet 5 – on PDF *SKIP 2 SLIDES Homework: 1) Nat Turner’s Rebellion: A Historical Marker Analyzing Sources – Steps 3 Groups of 6 or 7 – Expert Groups *Number off in home group from 1 to 6. These numbers will be your expert group. *1 Source per student. 1. In expert groups, choose write down the key information in the appropriate box on Resource Sheet 4 2. Get back together with home group a. explain your source b. write down other’s info in the appropriate box 3. Be prepared to share info in class In-Class Discussion - Sources As a southern slaveholder, how would you react when you discovered the information about Nat Turner’s rebellion? What impact might Turner’s rebellion have on the developing Abolitionist movement in the North? Why, in 1831, would it be more likely for a successful slave rebellion to occur in Virginia rather than Alabama or Mississippi? A Tool for Attacking the Sources Having seen the background info on the sources, how does the new information affect your thinking? ***Authorship must always be questioned.*** Commemorating a Radical Life? Why would we commemorate an historical event with a marker, sign, statue, or plaque? “A principled, man of faith, organized and led a rebellion against people that supported an activity that was deemed immoral and a crime against God. His leadership skills created a small band of followers that took up arms and defended their beliefs.” Would you commemorate this person? August 20 -Objective: Each student will critically analyze a historical document timeline presentation given by Mr. Lahm -Bellwork: Pass in Nat Turner historical markers *Discuss -Review Discussion Board Posts from last week 1) Check strong & weak posts and responses 2) Begin work on discussion board post on Nat Turner Homework: 1) Discussion Board Post - TOMORROW
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