Pō’alima, 05 Pepeluali 16

eagle-flagThe American Revolution: The War Changes American Society

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Collect HW, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Disputes over ideas, resources, values, and politics can lead to change.

Essential Question: Why do people rebel?

Objectives:
…know reasons for the growing disagreements between the American colonies and Great Britain.
…the reasons why the American colonies declared independence.
…how the Revolutionary War progressed.
…how the American Revolution changed life for different social groups in the new United States.

Standards:
…Culture (#2)
…Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
…People, Places, and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Newsela Quiz

Government System Assignment via Google Classroom:  Finish

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Pō’ahā, 04 Pepeluali 16

eagle-flagThe American Revolution: The War Changes American Society

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Collect HW, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Disputes over ideas, resources, values, and politics can lead to change.

Essential Question: Why do people rebel?

Objectives:
…know reasons for the growing disagreements between the American colonies and Great Britain.
…the reasons why the American colonies declared independence.
…how the Revolutionary War progressed.
…how the American Revolution changed life for different social groups in the new United States.

Standards:
…Culture (#2)
…Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
…People, Places, and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Interpretation Assignment:
—Share drawings

Government System Assignment via Google Classroom

Homework:  Newsela Quiz tomorrow

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Pō’akolu, 03 Pepeluali 16

main_american_revolution_03The American Revolution:  The War for Independence

Introduction: Overview, Attendance, Collect HW, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Disputes over ideas, resources, values, and politics can lead to change.

Essential Question: Why do people rebel?

Objectives:
…know reasons for the growing disagreements between the American colonies and Great Britain.
…the reasons why the American colonies declared independence.
…how the Revolutionary War progressed.
…how the American Revolution changed life for different social groups in the new United States.

Standards:
…Culture (#2)
…Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
…People, Places, and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Vocabulary: Define each word listed and explain its importance with regard to The American Revolution:  equipped, objective, guerrilla warfare, morale

Reading:  Jigsaw reading activity Chapter 2 Lesson 3

Sharing/Discussion of reading

Drawing Interpretation Assignment:
—Looking back at what you learned, you will create a drawing (in color) of your interpretation of the Revolutionary War.
—On the back of your drawing, you will include a 3-5 sentence summary of your drawing.
—All drawings will be shared in class tomorrow.

Homework:  Finish drawing…due tomorrow; Newsela due tomorrow.

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Pō’alua, 02 Pepeluali 16

main_american_revolution_03The American Revolution: The Declaration of Independence and The War for Independence

Introduction: Overview, Attendance, Collect HW, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Disputes over ideas, resources, values, and politics can lead to change.

Essential Question: Why do people rebel?

Objectives:
…know reasons for the growing disagreements between the American colonies and Great Britain.
…the reasons why the American colonies declared independence.
…how the Revolutionary War progressed.
…how the American Revolution changed life for different social groups in the new United States.

Standards:
…Culture (#2)
…Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
…People, Places, and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Declaration of Independence Group Assignment:
1)  Meet in groups to finalize visuals & summary
2)  Share with whole class
3)  Reflection via Google Classroom
—–Reasons why colonists broke away from Great Britain
—–When we looked at the Declaration of Independence, were the colonist right in wanting to break away?

Homework:  Newsela due Thursday

 

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Pō’akahi, 01 Pepeluali

declaration_stone_thumb_295_dark_gray_bgThe Declaration of Independence

Introduction: Overview, Attendance, Collect HW, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Disputes over ideas, resources, values, and politics can lead to change.

Essential Question: Why do people rebel?

Objectives:
…know reasons for the growing disagreements between the American colonies and Great Britain.
…the reasons why the American colonies declared independence.
…how the Revolutionary War progressed.
…how the American Revolution changed life for different social groups in the new United States.

Standards:
…Culture (#2)
…Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
…People, Places, and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Declaration of Independence Overview:  The Preamble, Declaration of Natural Rights, List of Grievances, Resolution

Group Assignment:
1)  Each group will be assigned a grievance.
2)  Using your resources, find specific events, acts, or statements made by the king or Parliament that relate to your assigned grievance.
3)  Once you found your events, acts,  or statements, organize your information in a visual format of your groupʻs choice.
4)  Visual should list grievance and include 3-4 sentences that summarizes the information that relates to the grievance.
***Groups will need to prepare to share to the whole class***

Homework:  Newsela due Thursday.

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Pō’alima, 29 Ianuali 16

American-Revolution-Hero-HThe American Revolution (1754-1783): The Revolution Begins

Introduction: Overview, Attendance, Collect HW, Agenda, Review Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Disputes over ideas, resources, values, and politics can lead to change.

Essential Question: Why do people rebel?

Objectives:
…know reasons for the growing disagreements between the American colonies and Great Britain.
…the reasons why the American colonies declared independence.
…how the Revolutionary War progressed.
…how the American Revolution changed life for different social groups in the new United States.

Standards:
…Culture (#2)
…Time, Continuity & Change (#2, 4, 8)
…People, Places, and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#10)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, 4)

Newsela:  Take quiz

Review vocabulary:  Please define each word via Google Classroom: committee of correspondence, minutemen, enforce, submit

Small & Whole Group Discussion:
1)  What marked the beginning of what was happening to the colonists?
2) What was happening to the rights of the colonist?
3)  Would you be able to tolerate what was going on?  Why or why not?
4)  What are ways or examples of how their rights were being violated?
5)  Were the British correct in doing what they did?  Why or why not?
6)  Were the Colonist correct in fighting for their rights?  Why or why not?
7)  What did this lead to?
8)  Do you think this could have been prevented?  If so, how?  If not, why?
9)  What do you think were the strengths and weaknesses of each side in the early stages?

Timeline Assignment:  Create a timeline to sequence the events of the Colonists Fighting for Their Rights and The Revolution Beginning.

Homework:  Finish timeline.  Timelines due into Google Docs by Monday!

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Pō’ahā, 28 Ianuali 16

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The American Revolution (1754-1783):  The Colonies Fight for Their Rights

Introduction:  Overview, Attendance, Collect HW, Agenda, Enduring Understanding, Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  Disputes over ideas, resources, values, and politics can lead to change.

Essential Question:  Why do people rebel?

Objectives:  Students will know
…reasons for the growing disagreements between the American colonies and Great Britain.
…the reasons why the American colonies declared independence.
…how the Revolutionary War progressed.
…how the American Revolution changed life for different social groups in the new United States.

NCSS Standards:
…Culture (#2)
…Time, Continuity & Change (#2, #4, #8)
…People, Places, and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions (#3)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#6)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#2, #4)

America:  A studentʻs perspective 
-Share collages (Block 3 only)

Review vocabulary: Please define each word listed via Google Classroom:  customs duty, inflation, nonimportation agreement, writ of assistance

Reading:
-Chapter 2 Section 1

Discussion Questions:
1)  How did the French and Indian War affect the colonies?
2)  What were the main effects of the French and Indian War on the colonies?
3)  What actions by Great Britain angered the American colonists after the French and Indian war?
4)  Why did the Stamp Act anger colonists more than previous taxes?
5)  How did the colonists begin resisting British policies?
6)  How did the Virginia Resolves show opposition to British policies?

Homework:  Newsela Quiz tomorrow

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Pō’akolu, 27 Ianuali 16

yl07zkigzezvrnxwvdunIntro:  Overview, Attendance, Agenda,  Objectives, Standards

Objectives:
…describe and analyze America, its government, economy and society
…evaluate how America has changed over time

NCSS Standards:
…Time, Continuity, and Change
…Power, Authority, and Governance
…People, Places, and Environments

America, the studentʻs perspective 
1)  This will be done in groups of 2-3.
2)  Create a picture collage showcasing your descriptions of America politically, economically, socially and culturally.
3)  Include a written description as well.
4)  Collages will be shared whole class.

Homework:  Newsela due tomorrow

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Pō’alua, 26 Ianuali 16

8633974824618ef8adcd402394048e4c.1000x758x1The Civil Rights Movement (1954-1968)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a society’s politics.

Essential Questions:  Why do you think the civil rights movement made gains in postwar America?  What motivates a society to make changes?

Objectives:
—know the reasons for nonviolent passive resistance and how it helped to challenge segregation and racism.
—why the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were considered turning points in the civil rights movement.
—that even though political gains were achieved during this time, many African Americans still faced economic inequality.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#7)
…People, Places and Environments (#7)
…Individuals, Groups and Institutions (#2, 3, 4, 7, 8)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#1, 2, 5)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#1)

The Civil Rights Movement:  Assessment
—Assessment reflection via Google Classroom

Homework:  Newsela due Thursday

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Pō’akahi, 25 Ianuali 16

8633974824618ef8adcd402394048e4c.1000x758x1The Civil Rights Movement (1954-1968)

Intro: Overview, Attendance, Agenda, Introduce Essential Question, Objectives, Standards

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a society’s politics.

Essential Questions:  Why do you think the civil rights movement made gains in postwar America?  What motivates a society to make changes?

Objectives:
—know the reasons for nonviolent passive resistance and how it helped to challenge segregation and racism.
—why the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were considered turning points in the civil rights movement.
—that even though political gains were achieved during this time, many African Americans still faced economic inequality.

Standards:
…Time, Continuity and Change (#7)
…People, Places and Environments (#7)
…Individuals, Groups and Institutions (#2, 3, 4, 7, 8)
…Power, Authority and Governance (#1, 2, 5)
…Civic Ideals and Practices (#1)

The Civil Rights Movement:  Assessment
—Whole class sharing of pic collage
—Assessment reflection via Google Classroom

Homework:  Newsela due Thursday

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