Pōʻalima, a me Pōʻalua, 20 a me 23 ʻOkakopa 17

aerial-afterImmigration (1865-1900’s)

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

Enduring Understanding:  Certain processes, patterns, and functions help determine where people settle.

Essential Question:  Why do people migrate?  In what ways has sugar cane affected our island?

Objectives:
—will know the settlement patterns of immigrants and the influence on American culture.
—will know the problems that developed as more people crowded areas
—will collaborate in assigned groups to compare and contrast information
—will understand the connection immigration has to their families

Standards:
…Culture (#1)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#2, 4, 6, 7)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#2)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#5)

Immigration
—View Ellis Island
—Take notes

 

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Pōʻahā, 19 ʻOkakopa 17

ourhistory
Immigration (1865-1900ʻs)

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

Enduring Understanding:  Certain processes, patterns, and functions help determine where people settle.

Essential Question:  Why do people migrate?  What impact does immigration have on America today?

Objectives:
—will know the settlement patterns of immigrants and the influence on American culture.
—will know the problems that developed as more people crowded areas.
—will collaborate in assigned groups to compare and contrast information.
—will understand the connection immigration has to their families.
—will understand the impact immigration has on America today.

Standards:
…Culture (#1)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#2, 4, 6, 7)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#2)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#5)

Immigration
—Immigration to Hawaiʻi Group Project Presentations

Homework:  Newsela Write & Quiz due by tomorrow.

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Pōʻalua a me Pōʻakolu, 17 a me 18 ʻOkakopa 17

Emigrants-Arriving-Ellis-Island
Immigration (1865-1900ʻs)

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

Enduring Understanding:  Certain processes, patterns, and functions help determine where people settle.

Essential Question:  Why do people migrate?  What impact does immigration have on America today?

Objectives:
—will know the settlement patterns of immigrants and the influence on American culture.
—will know the problems that developed as more people crowded areas.
—will collaborate in assigned groups to compare and contrast information.
—will understand the connection immigration has to their families.
—will understand the impact immigration has on America today.

Standards:
…Culture (#1)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#2, 4, 6, 7)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#2)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#5)

Immigration
—Immigration to Hawaiʻi Group Project/Presentations

Homework:  Newsela Write & Quiz due by Friday.

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Pōʻakahi, 16 ʻOkakopa 17

Emigrants-Arriving-Ellis-Island
Immigration (1865-1900ʻs)

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

Enduring Understanding:  Certain processes, patterns, and functions help determine where people settle.

Essential Question:  Why do people migrate?  What impact does immigration have on America today?

Objectives:
—will know the settlement patterns of immigrants and the influence on American culture.
—will know the problems that developed as more people crowded areas.
—will collaborate in assigned groups to compare and contrast information.
—will understand the connection immigration has to their families.
—will understand the impact immigration has on America today.

Standards:
…Culture (#1)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#2, 4, 6, 7)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#2)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#5)

Immigration
—Immigration Vocabulary via Google Classroom
—Immigration to Hawaiʻi Group Project/Presentations

Homework:  Newsela Write & Quiz due by Friday.

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Pōʻahā, 05 ʻOkakopa 17

Emigrants-Arriving-Ellis-Island
Immigration (1865-1900ʻs)

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

Enduring Understanding:  Certain processes, patterns, and functions help determine where people settle.

Essential Question:  Why do people migrate?  What impact does immigration have on America today?

Objectives:
—will know the settlement patterns of immigrants and the influence on American culture.
—will know the problems that developed as more people crowded areas
—will collaborate in assigned groups to compare and contrast information
—will understand the connection immigration has to their families
—will understand the impact immigration has on America today

Standards:
…Culture (#1)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#2, 4, 6, 7)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#2)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#5)

Teaching Tolerance:  Myths About Immigration
—Complete partner assignment via Google Classroom

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Pōʻakolu, 04 ʻOkakopa 17

Emigrants-Arriving-Ellis-Island
Immigration (1865-1900ʻs)

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

Enduring Understanding:  Certain processes, patterns, and functions help determine where people settle.

Essential Question:  Why do people migrate?  What impact does immigration have on America today?

Objectives:
—will know the settlement patterns of immigrants and the influence on American culture.
—will know the problems that developed as more people crowded areas
—will collaborate in assigned groups to compare and contrast information
—will understand the connection immigration has to their families
—will understand the impact immigration has on America today

Standards:
…Culture (#1)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#2, 4, 6, 7)
…People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#2)
…Power, Authority, & Governance (#5)

Teaching Tolerance:  Myths About Immigration
—Complete partner assignment via Google Classroom

 

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Pōʻalua, 03 ʻOkakopa 17

civilwarThe Civil War (1861-1865)

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

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions: Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?  Should war be conducted against both military and civilian populations?

Objectives:
—the History of Slavery in America.
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and the Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

Standards:
…Culture (#3, 6)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#1, 2, 4)
—People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3, 5)

Glory
—Complete reflection piece

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Pōʻakahi, 02 ʻOkakopa 17

civilwarThe Civil War (1861-1865)

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

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions: Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?  Should war be conducted against both military and civilian populations?

Objectives:
—the History of Slavery in America.
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and the Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

Standards:
…Culture (#3, 6)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#1, 2, 4)
—People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3, 5)

Glory
—Finish movie

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Pōʻalima, 29 Kepakemapa 17

civilwarThe Civil War (1861-1865)

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

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions: Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?  Should war be conducted against both military and civilian populations?

Objectives:
—the History of Slavery in America.
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and the Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

Standards:
…Culture (#3, 6)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#1, 2, 4)
—People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3, 5)

Glory
—Begin movie

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Pōʻalua a me Pōʻakolu, 26 a me 27 Kepakemapa 17

civilwarThe Civil War (1861-1865)

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

Enduring Understanding:  The struggle for individual rights and equality often shapes a societyʻs politics.

Essential Questions: Can the nationʻs union of states be broken?  Should war be conducted against both military and civilian populations?

Objectives:
—the History of Slavery in America.
—the advantages and disadvantages the North and the South had at the beginning of the war.
—why President Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and how it changed the meaning of the war.
—the experiences on the home front in the Union and the Confederacy.
—the significance of the Siege of Vicksburg and the Battle of Gettysburg as turning points in the war.
—the conditions, both military and civilian, in the Confederacy at the warʻs end.

Standards:
…Culture (#3, 6)
…Time, Continuity and Change (#1, 2, 4)
—People, Places and Environments (#8)
…Individuals, Groups, & Institutions(#3, 5)

Slavery & Non-Slavery Research
—Complete research chart

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