Students Absent Thursday-Friday 12/20-12/21

For those students that may be going out of town for the holidays or may not be here this Thursday or Friday they will be missing the midterm.

Those students should complete the midterm over the break and submit their answers to me upon our return in January. I have attached the midterm to this post so you may access it at home or wherever you have access to a computer. Students may write down their answers to the questions on a sheet of loose leaf paper.

They do not have to write the questions only their answers. Students should OMIT questions 76-80.

YOU MAY ACCESS THE MIDTERM HERE —-> MIDTERM Eighth Grade Social Studies-w5ravx

Before the Winter Break

Students are working  on their final essays for the DBQ: “Who Killed Reconstruction North or South?”

Mon 12/17: Students completed a blue essay outline paper that will outline how their final essay should be written

Tues 12/18: Students will devote class time to writing their final draft

Wed 12/19: Students will finish their final draft essays and turn them in

Thurs 12/20: Students will begin taking the midterm (early release day)

Fri 12/21: Students will complete their midterms. (early release day)

 

Students will not have any social studies work that needs to be completed over the break.

It is imperative that students turn in their DBQ documents and essays before the Winter Break.

Project over Fall Break Due Monday Oct. 1

I have attached the project for students to complete over the Fall Break. Students had the entire class period on Friday to begin the project and it should be completed over the break and ready to turn in on Monday October 1 when we return. ****On the back of the project students should write a half page summary explaining what they have drawn.**** (This is to be completed on 1 plain white sheet of copy paper please no large poster sizes)

American revolution protest poster-1atwa7g

9-4-18 to 9-7-18

this week in social studies.

Tuesday- Flashback Quiz over the trustee period of Georgia

Wednesday- Notes to finish the trustee period and a class work assignment and wat h Georgia Stories videos from gpb.org and record facts as totd

Thursday- fill out graphic organizer on trustee period as well as the royal governors of Georgia and slavery

Friday- MINI PROJECTS ARE DUE AT THE END OF EACH CLASS PERIOD

Milestones Review Study Guide

Milestones Resource Study Guie 8th Grade

This link will direct you to the 8th grade Georgia Milestones Study Guide Resource. It includes all subject areas Math, Science, ELA, and Social Studies.

We will be working on the social studies section in class this week and on Monday before testing. Testing begins on Tuesday April 10th. If students cannot finish in time during class they may access the online resource here.

September 6-9

This week we are continuing Unit 3 on Georgia’s Colonization.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be dedicated to England’s 13 colonies: Students must complete a graphic organizer on the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies along with questions about each including a short response paragraph. Also students will complete a map of the 13 colonies color coding the New England, Middle, and Southern ones.

Thursday Students will be assigned a person or group from the colonization of Georgia. They will create a “trading” card for their person or group and will then move about the class, taking notes on the other persons/groups on a graphic organizer.

Friday Students will view a PowerPoint of all of the Trading Card people/groups. The class will discuss the significance of each person/group. They will then be asked to pretend they were creating a new colony in North America. They will have to make a plan as to who they would bring and why, and what supplies they would need.