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November 14th through November 17th

Tuesday November 14th

Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. GIST – for “Louisville” (formative assessment)
  2. Glue in items from revolution unit in your notebooks
    1. label page for Assignment Menu
    2. label page for Assessment and glue in assessmentGlue in anything else from Revolution Unit
    3. label page for study guide and glue that in
  3. Next clean left hand-side
    1. Label “Westward Expansion” top margin
    2. Label Contextual Vocabulary
    3. Start vocabulary Chapter 6 Sections 2-6 p. 177-203.  The following are the additional terms:

Headright system p. 177

Governor George Mathews p. 177

Yazoo Land Fraud p. 178

Ceded p. 178

Louisiana Purchase p. 178

Eli Whitney p. 180

Cryus McCormick p. 181

Depression p. 181

Turnpikes p. 181

Old Federal Road p. 182

Terminus p. 182

Cash crops p. 183

Circuit riders p. 186

First African Baptist Church in Savannah p. 186

Free African Society p. 187

Land grant university p. 187

Georgia female College p. 188

Embargo p. 189

War Hawks p. 189

Treaty of Ghent p. 190

Sequoyah p. 193

Syllabary p. 193

Cherokee Phoenix p. 193

New Echota p. 194

Oconee War p. 195

Treaty of New York p. 195

Red Sticks p. 195

White Stick p. 195

Treaty of Indian Springs p. 196

Litigation p. 200

Emigrated p. 202

Trail of Tears p. 202

 

**Vocabulary due on Friday

 

Wednesday November 15th – Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – What influences people to move from one place to another?Who were the Georgia signers for the Declaration of Independence?  The Constitution?
  2. Land Fever Notes   Land Policies notes-21x9cqj      Land Policies Notes Organizer-1o7zrtm
  3. Quick Write – Describe the Yazoo Land Fraud scandal.Why was it a “black eye” for the state of Georgia?

**Vocabulary due on Friday

 

Thursday November 16th and Friday November 17th

Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – What modes of transportation do we have today?  Which do you prefer?  What do you think the future will bring?
  2. Workstations – Technological developments Workstation Activity On Level-1j3wcpz                                                                           Technological Developments Organizer On Level helpful hint-1stzg7y
  3. Application Activity
  4. Most Important – Based on what we have studied yesterday and today, which had the most impact on the development of Georgia?

    **Vocabulary due Friday

AC Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – What modes of transportation do we have today?  Which do you prefer?  What do you think the future will bring?
  2. Workstations – Transportation and Economy Graphic Organizer-24obb0i     Transportation Workstation Activity-1zbzgf4
  3. Application Activity
  4. Most Important – Based on what we have studied yesterday and today, which had the most impact on the development of Georgia **Vocabulary due Friday

 

Dahlonega Alternative Activities (not going)

  1. “Georgia Gold Rush” reading with guided questions

GA Gold Rush Reading-15lvyvx         GA Gold Rush Guided Questions-27ltwe7

  • “The Gold Rush and the Cherokee People” reading with guided questions

The Gold Rush and the Cherokee People guided reading questions-1eocxka          Gold Rush and the Cherokee People Reading-172uxrl

  • “Which Famous Native American Am I?” crossword puzzle; with “American Indians Today” letter scramble on the back

Which Famous Native American Am I crossword puzzle-2ep5ssw

  • “Dahlonega Courthouse Gold Museum” word search; with “Georgia’s Gold Mining” crossword puzzle on the back

Dahlonega Court House Word Search and Crossword Puzzle-178fa95

  • Final assignment – postcard activity

Post Card Activity-1ui7q81

  1. Directions: Students need to imagine they are in the 1830’s and they went to the Dahlonega area as part of the “Gold Rush fever” of the time.
  2. Write a post card home to family to describe the following:
    1. Where am I?
    2. Have I been successful or not?
  • What are your future plans for the area?
  1. Do you feel you will “hit it big” with finding the gold?
  2. Briefly describe the conditions/environment the area you are in

Monday November 6th through Friday November 10th

Monday November 6th

AC Georgia Studies and Georgia Studies

  1. We went over some dates for things in class (see below)
  2. Students received Savannah statements if they are attending
  3. Students worked on their Assignment Menus in class.  They are due at end of period on Thursday

**Advertised remediation for American Revolution and Statehood Test; due Friday to take retake American Revolution and Statehood Remediation 2017-w37dg5

**GIST formative on Wednesday

**Assignment Menu due Thursday at end of class

**American Revolution and Statehood Assessment Retake on Friday (must have remediation completed to take)

 

Wednesday November 8th

Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Students took the GIST reading comprehension check on the reading passage relating to teh Articles of Confederation.
  2. After the GIST was turned in students continued working on the Assignment Menu

**Assignment Menu due Thursday at end of class

**American Revolution and Statehood Assessment Retake on Friday (must have remediation completed to take)

 

Thursday November 9th

Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Reviewed directions for the Assignment Menu
  2. Reviewed directions to turn in    Assignment Menu Directions On level 2017-1qnsk7o      Assignment Menu Directions 2017 AC-xgmgrb
  3. Students began working on Bill of Rights Activity, which will be due tomorrow at the end of the period.  Bill of Rights Project enrichment-24px0rd

**American Revolution and Statehood Assessment Retake tomorrow (must have remediation completed to take)

**Disney/Savannah fundraisers due tomorrow morning to Mr. House

 

Friday November 10th

Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Some students took the Retake of the American Revolution and Statehood Assessment (needed completed remediation to take)
  2. Students worked on a Bill of Rights Activity.  if students turn in on Tuesday, it will count as extra credit for the 9 weeks  Bill of Rights Project enrichment-24q0qwj
  3. Students also reviewed their bus assignment for Monday morning for the Dahlonega trip.  If students are not attending, there are assigned rooms (they can see Monday morning).
  4. If students do not come to school, see blog for Dahlonega alternative assignments

Monday October 30th through Friday November 3rd

Monday October 30th

Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up -Who were the 4 Georgians who attended the Constitutional Convention in 1787 in Philadelphia?

2)Go over Revolution Study Guide

3)Go over guided questions for “Georgia at the Constitutional Convention”

4)Glue in items to the notebook

5)Ticket Out The Door – Why should we learn about Nancy Hart?  Explain.

**American Revolution Test on Wednesday

 

AC Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – Who were the 4 Georgians who attended the Constitutional Convention in 1787 in Philadelphia?

2)Go over Study Guide

3)Introduce Assignment Menu   Assignment Menu Directions 2017 AC-xg3vje

American Revolution and Statehood Assignment Menu 2017-1bd23gk

**American Revolution test on Wednesday

 

Tuesday October 31st (Happy Halloween)

Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up
  2. Directions for Assignment Menu – see Power Point    Assignment Menu Directions On level 2017-1qnbvu5
  3. Students started working on Assignment Menu.  They will be completing in class.  Due Wednesday November 8th.

**American Revolution Test tomorrow

 

AC Georgia Studies

  1. Reviewed directions for Assignment Menu
  2. Students continued working on Assignment Menu – due Wednesday November 8th

**American Revolution Test tomorrow

 

Wednesday November 1st

Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Students took the American Revolution Assessment today.
  2. When students finished, they worked on the Assignment Menu

**PSAT 8/9 is tomorrow 9:20 AM – 12:30 PM

**Assignment Menu due Wednesday November 8th

 

Friday November 3rd

Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Adjusted some dates – GIST formative Wednesday Nov. 8th; Assignment Menu due Thursday Nov. 9th (change)
  2. Gave back Revolution and Statehood Assessments – remediation will be introduced on Monday and due on Friday Nov. 10th which will also be the Retake.
  3. Students worked on their Assignment Menus

October 23rd through Friday October 27th

Monday October 23rd

Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – Name a notable Revolutionary War figure from Georgia.  What was significant about them?

2)Go over “Evolution to Our Revolution” and unrest rating and why (only for #1 and #9)

Evolution of our Revolution Activity Key-21umzak

3) GA Stories videos – The Big Question, Savannah Under Attack, and “Liberty Boys”                               The Big Question, Savannah, Liberty Boys – Georgia Stories-19qtz54

4) Most Important – Why should we learn about Siege of Savannah?  Explain.

 

AC Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – What battle was most important to the patriots being victorious during the Revolution?

2)“Development Towards a Federal Union” with organizer – For each section, must have three most important pieces of information  development towards a federal union-uf7vao                             Development Toward A Federal Union-1euq14t

3)Summary Writing – What was a major flaw of the Articles of Confederation?

**Finish “Development Toward a Federal Union” for homework, we will go over tomorrow

 

Tuesday October 24th

Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – Which event was the most significant cause of the Revolution?  Why?  Explain.
  2. American Revolution notes – 4th, 5th and 7th we will finish tomorrow.  American Revolution Notes organizer-1f8htlo         American Revolution Notes-1dnfo8f
  3. We will finish tomorrow.

AC Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – What were some weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?
  2. 10 more minutes given to finish organizer; Go over organizer
  3. Most Important – what was the most important concept that came out of the Constitution?  Why? Explain.

 

Wednesday October 25th

Georgia Studies

  1. Finish Revolution notes
  2. Glue items into notebook
  3. Revolution Study Guide – work on; due Monday October 30th                                                  American Revolution and Statehood Assessment Study Guide-2a0rb5e

**GIST Formative tomorrow

**Revolution Test next Wednesday

 

AC Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – Which event was the most significant cause of the Revolution?  Why?  Explain.
  2. American Revolution and Notes  American Revolution Notes-1dnfo8f       American Revolution Notes organizer-1f8htlo
  3. Most Important – what was the most important concept that came out of the Constitution?  Why? Explain.
  4. Gave out Study Guide for Revolution Test  American Revolution and Statehood Assessment Study Guide-2a0rb5e

**GIST Formative tomorrow

**Revolution Test next Wednesday

 

Thursday October 26th – GA Studies and AC GA Studies

1)GIST Formative Assessment – Reading passage on Nancy Hart

2)After GIST, work on Study Guide

**Study Guide due Monday 10/30; Revolution Test Wednesday 11/1

 

Friday October 27th 

Homeroom – Completed the Pre-Administrative procedures for the PSAT 8/9

 

Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – What was the Articles of Confederation?  Why did the U.S. change this?

2)“Georgia at the Constitutional Convention” reading and guided questions

Georgia at the Constitutional Convention-2lq4s18         Georgia at the Constitutional Convention guided questions-1vhuhk9

3)Summary Writing – Which Georgian was instrumental in saving the Constitutional Convention?  What did he do?  Explain.

**Study Guide – due Monday

 

AC Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – What was the Articles of Confederation?  Why did the U.S. change this?

2)Constitutional Foundations Information

3)Georgia Stories – “Rice” and “Mordechai Shefthall”  Georgia Stories II Rice and Mordechai Shefthall-17unnis

**Study Guide due Monday

October 16th through October 20th

Monday October 16th 

Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – What event would you consider the most significant cause of the Revolution?  Why? Explain.
  2. We went over “The Call for Independence” textbook graphic organizer p. 149-152

**Revolution vocabulary due tomorrow

AC Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – Who were the Sons of Liberty and the “Liberty Brawlers”?
  2. We went over “Causes of the Revolution” reading and chart

**Revolution vocabulary due tomorrow

 

Tuesday October 17th

Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – Who were the Sons of Liberty and the “Liberty Brawlers”?

2)American Revolution Workstations Activity

3)Quick Write – Who led the patriots to victory at the battle of Kettle Creek?

Why is this battle significant to Georgia in regards to winning the Revolution?

**Revolution Vocabulary Check/Quiz on Thursday

 

AC Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – Why was the battle of Kettle Creek considered a page turner for Georgia?

2)“War for Independence” reading and organizer – due tomorrow  The War for Independence reading-2kgqjee             The War for Independence-15pyto2

3)Ticket-Out-The-Door – Which event do you think turned the tide for the Americans?

**Revolution Vocabulary Check/Quiz on Thursday

 

Wednesday October 18th

Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – Who were the 3 Georgians who signed the Declaration of Independence?

2)American Revolution Workstations Activity – continued

3)Quick Write – Who led the patriots to victory at the battle of Kettle Creek?

Why is this battle significant to Georgia in regards to winning the Revolution?

**Revolution Vocabulary Check/Quiz tomorrow

 

AC Georgia Studies

1)Warm Up – What would you do in 1776?  Be a patriot or a Torrey?  Explain.

2)“War for Independence” reading and organizer – go over today

3)Summary Writing – Explain how the British lost the war.  Did they really respect the new U.S.?

**Revolution Vocabulary Check/Quiz tomorrow

 

Thursday October 19th

Georgia Studies

1)Complete the American Revolution Quick Check

2)Complete “Evolution to Our Revolution” – place events in chronological order

 

AC Georgia Studies

  1. Complete the American Revolution Quick Check

2. Georgia Stories – “Nancy Hart”

 

Friday October 20th

 

Georgia Studies

1) Finish Revolution Workstations.

2) Students will rate events

**Finish “Evolution to Our Revolution” activity (put events in chronological order)  for homework we will go over on Monday

Evolution of our Revolution Activity-1j0n8z0

 

 AC Georgia Studies

GA Stories videos

1) The Big Question

2) Savannah Under Attack

The Big Question, Savannah, Liberty Boys – Georgia Stories-19qn5j7

Week of October 9th through 13th

Monday October 9th

Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1.  Warm Up – Who were the opposing sides during the French and Indian War?
  2.  French and Indian War lesson through comics; guided questions                                                  French and Indian War Cartoons and Questions-2m11wbh                                                             French and Indian War Cartoons and Questions-2m11wbr                                                              French and Indian War Guided Questions – answers-1yn0ns6
  3. We went over and discussed
  4. Summary Writing – Explain how the English won the French and Indian War (include two examples/events)? How did the English victory lead to the American Revolution (include two examples/events)?

AC Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1. Warm Up – Which European countries established colonies on the North American seaboard?
  2. We finished going over the “Colonization by the English” organizer
  3. Ticket Out the Door – What were the lessons learned for the English to ensure a successful establishment of a colony?

Tuesday October 10th – GA Studies and AC GA Studies

Individual Graduation Plans preparation for high school with 8th Grade Guidance Counselor Ms. Davis.  These Individual Graduation Plans will be available during conference week with your students conferencing teacher.

 

Wednesday October 11th – GA Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Stamp Act Simulation – students were read a new pay policy for SS.  Students thought unfair, came up with ways to circumvent new policy, etc.  Simulation ran most of the period.

2. Students were working on vocabulary for the American Revolution, Chapter 5 sections 3 and 4 p.149-165, with the following as the terms:

Navigation Acts p. 149

Sugar Act p. 149

Stamp Act p. 149

Stamp Act Congress p. 150

Liberty Boys p. 150

Townshend Acts p. 150

Crispus Attucks p. 151

The Boston Tea Party p. 151

Intolerable Acts p. 151

Quartering Act p. 152

Continental Congress p. 152

Lexington and Concord p. 153

Second Continental Congress p. 153

Common Sense p. 155

Lyman Hall, Button Gwinnett, George Walton p. 155

Declaration of Independence p. 155

Liberty p. 156

Unicameral p. 156

Articles of Confederation p. 157

Battle of Kettle Creek p. 157

Siege p. 158

Nancy Hart p. 159

Tariffs p. 160

Battle of Yorktown p. 161

Treaty of Paris of 1783 p. 161

Austin Dabney p. 162

3.  We debriefed the simulation and made connections of how they felt and how the American colonists felt, how did they and colonists react to the “tax”, etc.

**Vocabulary due Friday

 

Thursday October 12th (Early Release Day)

Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Students read a passage on the American Revolution and answered a GIST strategy for reading comprehension.  We will do one per week like this.
  2. Once students finished the passage, they continued working on their American Revolution vocabulary Chapter 5 Sections 3 and 4 p. 149-165 (see terms on Tuesday)

******Revolution vocabulary due Tuesday (extended due date)

 

Friday October 13th (Hawk Time Schedule)

Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – Who is one leader of the American Revolution do you know?  What do you know about them?
  2.  Some students will finish reading passage formative assessment
  3.  

    “The Call for Independence” textbook graphic organizer Chapter 5 Section 3 p. 149-152                          The Call for Independence organizer for textbook-2eaa7d4

  4. Graphic organizer due Monday

**Revolution vocabulary due Tuesday

AC Georgia Studies

  1. Warm Up – Who is one leader of the American Revolution do you know?  What do you know about them?
  2.  “Causes of the Revolution” reading and chart, due on Monday and we will discuss  Causes of the Revolution Reading-2mree68     Causes of the American Revolution-16ge28y

    **Revolution Vocabulary due on Tuesday

October 2nd – October 6th

Monday October 2nd – GA Studies and AC GA Studies

Agenda

  1. Warm Up –  Who are the three Royal Governors?  Who do you think was the best?  Why?
  2. Royal Period Contextual Vocabulary (started before the break) due Wednesday.  The following are the additional terms:
    John Reynolds

    Bicameral

    Major General Edward Braddock

    Captain Henry Ellis

    James Wright

    The Georgia Gazette

  3. Royal Colony Notes – CLOZE Notes for GA Studies; graphic organizer for AC Rolyal Colony Note Graphic Organizer-22w33iy         Royal Colony Notes CLOZE Notes-28s7q8u                             Royal Colony Notes-1rtxmzp
  4. Royal Period Review Questions
  5. Most Important – What were the benefits for the Georgia colonists under Royal rule?  Explain.

This Week

Monday – Trustee Period Assessment Enrichment posted to blog

Wednesday – Royal Period vocabulary due; end of Royal Period

Thursday – Royal Period Formative Assessment

Friday – Trustee Period Retake; end of 1st 9 Weeks

 

Tuesday October 3rd – AC GA Studies and GA Studies

  1.  Warm Up – Name and describe one difference between the Trustee and Royal periods.
  2. We finished the notes from yesterday.
  3. Comparison chart comparing the Trustee Period and the Royal Period.  We will work on it tomorrow and discuss.  Changes in the Georgia Colony-2hydrwn

This Week

Monday – Trustee Period Assessment Enrichment posted to blog

Wednesday – Royal Period vocabulary due; end of Royal Period

Thursday – Royal Period Formative Assessment

Friday – Trustee Period Retake; end of 1st 9 Weeks

 

Wednesday October 4th – GA Studies and AC GA Studies

  1. Warm Up – Explain land ownership in regards to the government.
  2. Students had about 25 minutes to finish the “Changes in the Georgia Colony” comparison chart  Changes in the Georgia Colony-2hydrwn     Changes in the Georgia Colony – answers-2kvfrj1
  3. We went over the comparison chart
  4. Summary Writing- What were the benefits for the Georgia colonists under Royal rule?

This Week

Monday – Trustee Period Assessment Enrichment posted to blog

Wednesday – Royal Period vocabulary due; end of Royal Period

Thursday – Royal Period Formative Assessment

Friday – Trustee Period Retake; end of 1st 9 Weeks

 

Thursday October 5th

Georgia Studies

1)Take Royal Period Quiz

2)Complete 13 Colonies map activity 13 Colonies Map-1bwm9hy

Directions:  Color colonies by respective region (New England colonies, Middle Colonies, Southern Colonies)

3)Categorization Oglethorpe Activity – decide where each piece of information will be placed on the organizer; must use all information  James Oglethorpe Category Activity-2c2kibw

4)The Mackay Family reading with comprehension questions (if students get tho this point)

Friday – Trustee Period Retake; end of 1st 9 Weeks

AC Georgia Studies

1)Take Royal Colony Quiz

2)“Colonization by the English” reading and organizer  colonization by the Englisg reading-zhe0gq Colonization by the English organizer-2kcxwnr

3)We will go over tomorrow

Friday – Trustee Period Retake; end of 1st 9 Weeks

 

Friday October 6th – Georgia Studies and AC Georgia Studies

  1. Trustee Period Retake (only if you have your Remediation)
  2. Georgia CRCT Test Prep Books p. 16-36 #15-86 (don’t do #20-23) – review of year so far
  3. AC Only – we began going over “Colonization by the English”, we will finish on Monday

**END OF 1st 9 WEEKS GRADING PERIOD

September 18th – September 22nd

Monday September 18th – Agenda

AC Georgia Studies and Georgia Studies – Happy Constitution Day

  1. Warm Up – Warm Up and Summerizer-11zwc3q
  2. Activity – Answer the following questions:  Constitution Day Activity-15s8hwdA)What is your Group’s decision?B)Why did you choose this decision?C)At least 2 examples to support your decision
  3. Quick Write – see Power Point above

** Trustee Vocabulary/Key Concepts Quiz on Tuesday

** Trustee Period Assessment on Thursday this week (study guide out on Monday)                           Trustee Period Summative Assessment Study Guide 2017-tfvh8v

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake this Friday (enrichment on Monday) (see Remediation/Enrichment tab)

 

Tuesday September 19th

AC Georgia Studies and Georgia Studies – Agenda

1)Warm Up – What were the issues the malcontents had that the Trustees gave into?

2)Trustee Vocabulary Quiz

3)Work on Study Guide for Assessment on Thursday/Study Guide for Constructive Response

** Trustee Period Assessment on Thursday this week (study guide out on Monday)                           Trustee Period Summative Assessment Study Guide 2017-tfvh8v

Constructed Response Study Guide Trustee Period-2f69rd7

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake this Friday (enrichment on Monday) (see Remediation/Enrichment tab)

Wednesday – GA Studies and AC GA Studies 

1)Warm Up – Why did the Trustees turn over the charter a year early?

2)Go over Trustee Period Assessment Study Guide  Trustee Period Summative Assessment Study Guide 2017 – answers-2kqlbys

3)Most Important – State a person from the Georgia colony, and describe how this person contributed to the development of Georgia.

** Trustee Period Assessment on Thursday this week (study guide out on Monday)                          Constructed Response Study Guide Trustee Period-2f69rd7

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake this Friday (enrichment on Monday) (see Remediation/Enrichment tab)

 

Thursday – GA Studies and AC GA Studies

1)Trustee Period Summative Assessment (all classes) and Constructive Response (GA Studies only)

2)Royal Period vocabulary p. 142-148

3)Georgia Stories – Georgia’s African Heritage (AC only)

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake tomorrow  (see Remediation/Enrichment tab for remediation assignment – readings students must see me)

Friday September 22nd –  GA Studies and AC GA Studies

1)Students have time to finish the Trustee Period Summative Assessment

2)Unit 2 Retake (only if you have your Remediation)

3)Royal Period vocabulary p. 142-148

4)Georgia CRCT Test Prep Books p. 16-34 #15-79 (don’t do #20-23) – review of year so far

 

**Enjoy the break !!

**Remediation for Trustee Period will be given out on Monday of our return including the graded assessments

September 13th – 15th

Wednesday

Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1. Opening – Colonization Quick Questions (from last Thursday and Friday’s notes)
  2. Handed out The Salzburgers reading and guided questions   Salzburgers Reading-q97udv           The Salzburgers Reading Guided Questions-u77wg3                                                                               The Salzburgers Reading Guided Questions – answers-20q9sy3
  3. We went over most of the guided questions, we will finish tomorrow
  4. Quick Write – How did the Salzburgers help the colony and England economically?

AC Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1. Warm Up –  What were the purposes of the colony of Georgia under the Charter of 1732?
  2. Go over Colonization Quick Questions
  3. “Georgia Colony” reading with organizer  georgia colony reading-171awulGeorgia Colony organizer-tci1zx
  4. Go over organizer

Thursday September 14th

Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1. Warm Up – What were the purposes (reasons) for establishing the Georgia colony, based on the Charter of 1732?  Explain each.
  2. Diversity in the Georgia Trustee Colony activity (today and finish on Friday)
  3. Closing –  Which figure/group that you studied today do you think had the Most Impact on the Georgia Colony?  Why?

** Trustee Vocabulary/Key Concepts Quiz on Tuesday

** Trustee Period Assessment on Thursday next week (study guide out on Monday)

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake next Friday (enrichment on Monday)

AC Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1. Warm Up – Who are the Scottish Highlanders?
  2. Georgia Stories
    1.  Daily Life in Early Georgia
    2.  The Scottish Highlanders

    3.  Georgia’s Oldest Congrega

  3. Most Important – What was most important, do you think, in regards to Mikve Israel?  Why?  Explain.

** Trustee Vocabulary/Key Concepts Quiz on Tuesday

** Trustee Period Assessment on Thursday next week (study guide out on Monday)

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake next Friday (enrichment on Monday)

 

Friday September 15th

Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1. Warm Up – Which individual or group had the most impact to either make the colony a success or a failure?  Why?
  2. Students finished the Diversity in the Trustee Colony workstation activity  Georgia Colony Diversity-towkpy
  3. Review Questions from activity  Review Questions for Diversity in Georgia Trustee Colony-1jwfgkk Review Questions for Diversity in Georgia Trustee Colony – answers-1btlctw

** Trustee Vocabulary/Key Concepts Quiz on Tuesday

** Trustee Period Assessment on Thursday next week (study guide out on Monday)

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake next Friday (enrichment on Monday)

AC Georgia Studies – Agenda

  1. Warm Up – Why do you think people move from one place to another or from one country to another country?
  2. Founding of Georgia notes with organizer  Founding of Georgia Notes Organizer-2hfbpm1 Founding of Georgia Notes-264wx2a
  3. Summary Writing – Which individual or group had the most impact to either make the colony a success or a failure?  Why?

** Trustee Vocabulary/Key Concepts Quiz on Tuesday

** Trustee Period Assessment on Thursday next week (study guide out on Monday)

**Unit 2 Summative Assessment retake next Friday (enrichment on Monday)