OCTOBER 8, 2018

This week, we will conclude our UNIT 3 with UNIT 3 Test. Students were given a Study Guide to help prepare for the Test.

UNIT 3 (SS8H3)TEST
STANDARD(S):
 SS8H3- Analyze the role of Georgia in the American Revolution.

  • a. Explain the causes of the American Revolution as they impact Georgia; include the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, and Proclamation of 1763,
  • b. Interpret the 3 parts of the Declaration of Independence (preamble, grievances, and declaration) and identify the 3 Georgia signers of the Declaration of Independence. 
  • c.) Analyze the significance of the Loyalists and Patriots as a part of Georgia’s role in the Revolutionary War; include the Battle of Kettle Creek and the Siege of Savannah.
  • d.) Analyze the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and explain how those weaknesses led to the writing of the new federal Constitution.

VOCABULARY: Revolution. French and Indian War, Proclamation of 1763, Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts, Declaration of Independence, Revolutionary War; Boston Tea Party, Intolerable Acts, Quartering Act, Declaration of Independence, Preamble, Townshend Act Loyalists, patriots, Elijah Clarke, Austin Dabney, Nancy Hart, Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton, Battle of Kettle Creek, and siege of Savanna,

Learning Targets: Students will show what  they have learned  about the American Revolution, with a target score  of 70% or above on the test 

OCTOBER 8, 2018 I.E.L.

This week, we will be learning about Earth’s Resources

  • Listen to pronunciation and Repeat
  • Meaning and Illustration of vocabulary
  • Build concepts (match vocabulary with Picture)
  • Asking Questions
  • Sequencing
  • Summarizing
  • Complete worksheets on target Vocabulary
  • Practice Asking Questions

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Week of October 1, 2018

This week, we will continue our study of the American Revolution, with the Three Parts of the Declaration of Independence and identify the three Signer from Georgia as we analyze the role of Georgia in the Declaration of Independence

STANDARD SS8H3 B. Interpret the 3 parts of the Declaration of Independence (preamble, grievances, and declaration) and identify the 3 Georgia signers of the Declaration of Independence. 

VOCABULARY: Patriots, Loyalists, Boston Tea Party, Intolerable Acts, Quartering Act, Declaration of Independence, Preamble, Townshend Act, French and Indian War, Proclamation of 1763, Stamp Act, Battle of Kettle Creek, Siege of Savannah, Patriots, Loyalists, Elijah Clarke, Austin Dabney, Nancy Hart, Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton, Battle of Kettle Creek, and siege of Savanna, Articles of Confederation, 2nd Continental Congress, U.S. Constitution. 

OCTOBER 1, 2018 I.E.L. -SS Communications

Vocabulary Definition Illustration
Continent
Landform
Body of Water
Physical Characteristic
Climate
Natural Resources
Human Characteristics
Population
Economic Activity
Geography
Region
Location
Latitude
Equator
Longitude
Prime Meridian
Hemisphere
Renewable
Non Renewable
Oil Reserves
Community
Environment

Week of September 17, 2018

We begin our study of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION this week as follows:

STANDARD(S: Analyze the role of Georgia in the American Revolution. A. Explain the causes of the American Revolution as they impact Georgia; include the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, and Proclamation of 1763, B. Interpret the 3 parts of the Declaration of Independence (preamble, grievances, and declaration) and identify the 3 Georgia signers of the Declaration of Independence. 

Our LEARNING TARGET this week is to examine the events leading to the American Revolution; explain the causes of the American Revolution and Georgia’s role in the fight for Independence.

Focus: The events preceding the American Revolution: French and Indian War, Proclamation of 1763, Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts, etc. We will examine the causes of the American Revolution and their impact on Georgia as well as the significance of people and events in Georgia on the Revolutionary War.

Vocabulary: Revolution. French and Indian War, Proclamation of 1763, Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts, Declaration of Independence, Revolutionary War; Loyalists, Patriots, Elijah Clarke, Austin Dabney, Nancy Hart, Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton, Battle of Kettle Creek, and siege of Savanna

Week of September 10: IEL/SS COMMUNICATIONS

Vocabulary Meaning Picture
Geography The study of planet Earth.

The study of people and places on Earth

Places

 

 

7 Continents are Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America

5 Oceans are Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Artic and Southern

People

 

 

Culture: Ideas, art and way of life: food, clothing, language

 

 

Religion: different ways people believe and pray to God or gods

Location

Latitude

 

 

Longitude

Where is the place?

Continent, Country,  State, City, Town, street

       

Lines on the globe that go from East to west (Side to side)

 

 

Lines that go from North to South (up and down)

For example: Where is the USA located?

It is in North America

 

Hemisphere Half of the Earth

Half a Circle

 

Landforms

 

Mountains, valleys

hills plains, plateaus

Waterways

 

Bodies of water

Oceans                      Sea

River                  stream

Lakes             Canals

Regions

 

How the earth is divided into areas in which people share something important  

Week of September 10: GEORGIA STUDIES

We will spend this week completing the Unit Projects and reviewing our notes in preparation for the Unit Test on Thursday.

PROJECTS TO COMPLETE

  • Georgia Colony Flyer
  • Draft of Charter of 1732
  • Illustration of an interaction between James Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, and Mary Musgrove in establishing Savannah at Yamacraw Bluff.

Students also have a Study Guide to help prepare for the test.

Unit 2 Study Guide-re9fz7

 

Week Of September 3, 2018- GEORGIA STUDIES

This week, students will begin by reviewing notes on these STANDARDS on  Creation of Georgia:

  • A: Explain the importance of the Charter of 1732, including the reasons for settlement (philanthropy, economics, defense).
  • B. Analyze the relationship between James Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, and Mary Musgrove in establishing Savannah at Yamacraw Bluff.

They will do the following:

  • Complete a flyer advertising the colony of Georgia (See Instructions ). 

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  • Create a Draft of Charter of 1732
  • Create an Illustration of an interaction between James Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, and Mary Musgrove in establishing Savannah at Yamacraw Bluff.
  • Complete a Flow map of the creation of Georgia.

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VOCABULARY/PEOPLE:Philanthropy, economics, defense, Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, Mary Musgrove, Salzburgers, Highland Scots, malcontents, Trustee Colony, Royal Colony, Charter of 1732

Then students will learn to 

  • c.) Evaluate the role of diverse groups, Jews, Salzburgers, Highland Scots, and malcontents, in settling Georgia during the Trustee Period.
  • d.) Analyze the colonial period of Georgia’s history. e.) Give examples of the kinds of goods and service produced and traded in Colonial Georgia.

They will do the following:

  • Read about The Trustees and the Spanish threat to British colonies, and answer a series of questions.
  • Learn about the different groups that migrated to Georgia, and complete a chart on the different groups.
  • Describe the transition of Georgia from a Trustee colony to a Royal colony.
  • Fill out a chart on the different aspects of the Royal colony and the Royal Governors.

Week of August 27: IEL/SS

  • Book1: GEOGRAPHY: Foundations of Geography- Places and Regions Chapter 3 (Places Change)For this week’s LEARNING TARGET, students will learn about How Places Change through Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.

    FOCUS SKILL: Compare and Contrast, Sequencing/Time Line, Use of Index

    LANGUGAGE FOCUS: Antonyms

    FOCUS QUESTION: How do places change?