Today, you will participate in a Gallery Walk that will introduce you to many of the topics, issues, historical events and places we will be learning about in this final unit in World History. Today is an opportunity for you to explore, wonder and make meaning of the things you encounter during this Gallery Walk.
HW/PREP: WRITE the GIST of your understanding of the history of human connections - post in schoology (in connections folder)
You will need to use the artifacts from the Gallery Walk to help you write your summary of your understanding of the history of human connections. Instructions are posted on the assignment in Schoology.
Link to Connections Gallery Walk Artifacts
Today we will be discussing and starting to look for good moments in human history...
HW: Pick your moment in history - once selected, begin researching...
Today, you will work on the first part of your DBQ summative. You will be completing the DBQ summative template (placed in your WH Drop folder).
It is exactly like the formative DBQ except it is for a different conflict and cause. Today's focus is on providing a text source, then evaluating the text source and developing questions that could be used to guide inquiry (research) into this particular cause of the conflict.
Next class, you will do the same but for a primary image source.
This is due by the end of the 2nd class meeting time this week. You will upload your final completed work to Schoology when finished. It is very important that you have reviewed the feedback you received on your formative (if you completed the formative on time by uploading to Schoology when it was due). This will help guide your work on the summative.
Helpful Resources for Summative DBQ:
Summative DBQ - Group Planning Doc (for sharing sources your group is using) -- 1 group member needs to make a copy and share with the rest of the group.
Bloom’s Taxonomy Sentence starters for Social Studies slides
Today you will give your 90-second argumentative speech + your 30-second rebuttal. The groups will present in chronological order of conflicts. You have been shown the order in which you and your group members will present in. It will be important that we use today's class time efficiently so that we can get through all of the conflicts and presentations today.
Mrs. Stewart's Course
You'll find a daily agenda posted here for each day that class meets