HW: (formative assessment): improve your "meanwhile in..." story of your endangered culture
The document you need to complete this formative is in your WH Drop folder.
Today we will take a brief look at the role the Industrial Revolution(s) --there was more than 1 -- played in leading to the globalized world we live in today. We will look at what caused these industrialized advances and also pay close attention to how life changed dramatically and rapidly as a result of industrialization. You will work in groups to examine the consequences (intended and unintended) and the impact it had on the landscape, socially, technologically economically, and environmentally. Your group will report out your findings at the class at the end of class.
Helpful Link for Today's Class:
The Industrial Revolution (Google Slides Presentation)
HW/Prep: research & note what was happening to your assigned endangered culture during the process of industrialization.
Today you will be working individually and sharing out in partnerships and groups to learn more about the Age of European Colonization and Age of Western (European) Imperialism around the world. After we look globally as a class at these time periods, you will focus on your endangered culture and research and document in your summative research portfolio about what was happening to your endangered culture during this time period in history (1400s - 1900s CE) and whether or not they were dramatically impacted by outside influences and contact with others during any of this time.
Helpful Link for today's class:
Imperialism - Colonialism (Google Slides presentation)
HW/Prep: research + document (in research portfolio) what was happening to your endangered culture during 1400 - 1900 ce
Be sure you have begun to look chronologically at the major time periods we have examined in this unit and begun developing an outline/timeline of what was going on during these time periods (if any information is known about them during these time periods) and document whether or not they were impacted by outside groups due to trade, colonization, conquests, cultural diffusion, etc.
Next class you will have a formative writing task in which you will need to write about what was happening to your endangered culture and what life was like for them during the 1400s - 1900s. Come prepared to write.
After today's GOOD History Moment presentation, you will have most of the class time to work on your individual research. You will also be doing a check-in with Mrs. S on the research process.
Helpful link for today:
Endangered Cultures - Summative Research (Google Slides Presentation)
WH classes will be viewing the Telluride Mountainfilm tour videos during class to observe and note the elements and techniques of telling a compelling story. These should help students begin thinking about how they can frame the story of their endangered culture.
Mrs. Stewart's Course
You'll find a daily agenda posted here for each day that class meets