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The Road to Civil War and the Civil War. 4/4 – 4/12. Warm-up 4/4 and 4/7. What are some words or phrases that you have heard friends, older family members, or teachers use that is unfamiliar to words you normally use? List 3 and what they mean. Stay away from swear words. Ex: Pop = Soda - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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The Road to Civil War and the Civil War4/4 4/12Warm-up 4/4 and 4/7What are some words or phrases that you have heard friends, older family members, or teachers use that is unfamiliar to words you normally use? List 3 and what they mean. Stay away from swear words. Ex: Pop = SodaWhy would we need to know words that are used in different areas of the country? Homework: Civil War Leaders Booklets (34pts), Road to Civil War Notes- test will be one these. Answers: #1- Answers will vary by location and time period#2- Realize we will see or hear words in our new unit that can be offense today, however, back during that time period, they were considered acceptable. We will NOT be using these words as they are inappropriate and can offend others. We are studying slavery because it did happen in the United States and has happened all around the world. Slavery still occurs today in other countries as well. It is up to us to become educated about this subject in order to promote the abolishment of slavery around the world, and to make sure that this NEVER happens in the United States again!!!! 2Station ExpectationsStudents will not move unless asked by Ms. Farley; assignments move. There is no talking outside of the teachers group. All students MUST be connected via Smart Sync. If you have a question, raise your hand and wait quietly, we will get to you ASAP. You will have 30 minutes at each group. Activities

Warm-up for 4/9 and 4/10Prior to the Civil War, many people did not speak out against slavery, but were against it. Why do you think they would NOT speak out against slavery? Why should they have spoken out? Must answer in 4-5 sentences.

Today we will ..Expand our critical thinking skills in written expression. Identify key vocabulary terms. Investigate the Major Battles of the Civil War and answer: How did the South lose the war? and How would the United States look today if the South had won the war?Homework: Major Battles Playing Cards, and The American Civil War Readworks Reading GuideExtra Credit will be available over Spring Break: Create our own Slave Spiritual/RapStation ExpectationsStudents will not move unless asked by Ms. Farley; assignments move. There is no talking outside of the teachers group. All students MUST be connected via Smart Sync. If you cannot connect, show me or Mr. Toth. If you have a question, raise your hand and wait quietly, we will get to you ASAP. You will have 20 minutes at each activity. ActivitiesIf you get done with the work at your station before the time is up, move on to the next task. Warm-ups for 4/11 and 4/26?Readworks passage: Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction. I will give you 20 minutes to complete this.

Homework: Any work not completed in class4/11 Warm-up: AchieveLog-on to MissionUS.org. Please complete the packet that you were given last class as your continue your journey. If you finish before the timer goes off, do Achieve. I will set a timer for 35 minutes when every one is logged on. Bathroom break afterwardsMapping the Civil War- FridayAll of my B day classes will work together to complete a map that will locate the states, trails, railroads, rivers, mountains, and battles of the Civil War. Each class will be responsible for a different section. This will be displayed in the hallway as will any spirituals that students complete for Extra Credit, and Civil War booklets, and Notes. What is your class responsible for?Core 1B- Label Major Battle fields from NC to GA. DO remember to label the path of Shermans march. Core 2B- Label the states, major rivers, and mountain ranges. Label Washington, DC (Union Capital) and Richmond, VA (Confederate Capital). Core 3 B- Label the Major Battle fields from VA to PA. Tuesday and Wednesday Warm-upAchieve Half Way Post Test All students MUST do in class. Take your time. The faster you click and answer, the more questions get asked. Homework: Any and ALL missing work. America: The Story of UsWhile we are viewing a clip from the documentary America: the Story of Us you will complete the Movie Guide. I will be collecting this for a grade. Friday: 4/25/14REDO DAY and Mapping Activity for those who have ALL of their work in. Mapping the Civil War- FridayAll of my B day classes will work together to complete a map that will locate the states, trails, railroads, rivers, mountains, and battles of the Civil War. Each class will be responsible for a different section. This will be displayed in the hallway as will any spirituals that students complete for Extra Credit, and Civil War booklets, and Notes. What is your class responsible for?Core 1B- Label Major Battle fields from NC to GA. DO remember to label the path of Shermans march. Core 2B- Label the states, major rivers, and mountain ranges. Label Washington, DC (Union Capital) and Richmond, VA (Confederate Capital). Core 3 B- Label the Major Battle fields from VA to PA. Warm-ups: Monday and TuesdayWhat are 3 things you learned about the Civil War that you did not know before we started this unit?What are two things you are still uneasy about?Get out your laptop, I need to see if the NC Test icon is on your desktop. Homework- study using playing cards, and booklets. Test is Friday! Reconstruction Readworks if not done in class. I will sign off on our homework when your hand is raised. Finish the Civil War clip Get out your movie guide out. I will pass back the ones that I had collected last week. We will finish the video clip and review the guide together. ReconstructionReadworks together as a class. See where kids are having issues to adjust and aid them 20Review for Test- Wednesday and ThursdayI will have 2 groups. In the middle facing front = Finish Booklets and CardsRows facing the walls= review games on my webpage, Study Island for Civil War, and Achieve 3000HOMEWORK- Use booklets and playing cards as flash cards, quiz yourself. Test Next Class!!! ALL Achieve Readings are due Friday 5/9. Friday and MondayTest on the Civil WarLog-on to quia.com. The Test is under quizzes as Civil War Unit Test.I will put the Word Bank on the screen when everyone is logged in and quiet. Word Bank for the TestAchieve and Missing Work when done. Grades have been updated. Turn in your Signed Progress Reports to the orange bin. They are due today. Thank you!

Fort Sumter2. disease3. telegraph 4.Sherman5. Slavery6. John Wilkes Booth7. Reconstruction8. 13th9. modern10. nurses 11. Clara Barton12. Appomattox Court House13. Arlington

Rest of May: NC State Final Exam PrepWhat are you most concerned about with our NC State Final Exam in one month (2 week time span with Ms Farley)?5/7 and 5/8Connect to Ms. Farley via Smart SyncGo to Brainpop.com and log-inleecsbrainpopIf you complete both brainpop assignments, log-on to Achieve and complete your readings. Homework: Achieve 3000. There are only 2 days left!!!! Progress Reports signed and returned by next class!!! Raise your hand to have me sign off.5/9 and 5/12Turn in your Brain-pop and Progress Reports. Achieves are due today.Clear your desk of everything except a pen or pencil. Pass out movie guide for America : The Story of Us- BUSTI will be collecting this for a grade. Homework: Missing Work, Quia Review Activities5/13 and 5/14Review the movie guide.What do we know about WWII?Gallery WalkWe will view images of WWII.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv8GXuj5V90 What was one photo that stuck with you the most? What caught your eye about this picture? How did it make you feel? What would you have done if your family were Jews in Germany during the 1940s and were in threat of being taken to the concentration camps?Answer in 4-5 sentences per question clump. Virtual Fieldtriphttp://en.auschwitz.org/z/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=7&Itemid=35 Guided Readings. The Holocaust- If this is not completed in class, it will become homework.

Read and complete Remembering the Holocaust on Achieve 3000- this is homework. 5/15 and 5/16: Warm-upsThe United States will enter WWII on December 7th, 1941. What is the name of the attack?Why does Japan attack the United States?Who was President of the United States at this time?What movie is created in 2001 that identifies this day as a day of importance?Look the answers up using the textbook, or your laptop. Treasure HuntWe will complete a treasure hunt using the WWII Interactive map on http://www.history.com/interactives/inside-wwii-interactive

We will be looking specifically at Pearl Harbor, The Manhattan Project, and The Atomic Bomb (Hiroshima).Achieve 3000Goodbye to an American HeroPost WWII- 35years after the warComplete the Articles above when you are finished with the Treasure Hunt.