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Lesson Plans 7/8th Grade Social Studies:
J. Davis
10/23-10/27/17

 7th Grade
World History
Monday
Tuesday
 Wednesday
 Thursday
Friday

CHAPTERS 5: ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION

         
  ESSENTIAL QUESTION How did physical geography influence the Arab way of life?   How did the lives of desert Arabs and town Arabs differ?        
  STUDENT EXPECTATION:
learn something in World History today!

learn something in World History today!

learn something in World History today!

 
learn something in World History today!

 
learn something in World History today!

 
  SPI/OBJECTIVE:  7.3 Identify the physical location and features and the climate of the Arabian Peninsula, its relationship to surrounding bodies of land and water, including Northern Africa, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, Nile River.

7.5 Trace the origins of Islam and the life and teachings of Muhammad, including Islam’s historical connections to Judaism and Christianity.

7.6 Explain the significance of the Qur’an and the Sunnah as the primary sources of Islamic beliefs, practice, and law and their influence in Muslims’ daily life.

 

7.4 Describe the expansion of Muslim rule through conquests and the spread of cultural diffusion of Islam and the Arabic language.

7.7 Analyze the origins and impact of different sects within Islam, Sunnis and Shi’ites.

7.11 Explain the importance of Mehmed II the Conqueror and Suleiman the Magnificent.

7.12 Write an explanatory text to describe the Shah Abbas and how his policies of cultural blending led to the Golden Age and the rise of the Safavid Empire.


7.9 Describe the establishment of trade routes among Asia, Africa, and Europe and the role of merchants in Arab society.  
  CLASSWORK/HW:
 

vocabulary terms, read & discussion; take notes
 

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  ASSESSMENT:  composition book check (finish up), Islamic civilization map, vocabulary  

vocabulary, Annotate the text and answer Question 6, respecting beliefs

 

vocabulary quiz


  Write an explanatory text to describe the Shah Abbas Quiz





 
8th Grade 
American History 

 Monday  Tuesday Wednesday 
 Thursday  Friday
Topic: American Revolution
         
  ESSENTIAL QUESTION:   Why did some English colonists decide to rebel against their government and how did they secure their independence?        
  STUDENT EXPECTATION   learn something in American History today! learn something in American History today!     learn something in American History today!   learn something in American History today! learn something in American History today! 
  SPI/OBJECTIVE   8.16 Explain how the practice of salutary neglect, experience with self-government, and widespread ownership of land fostered individualism and contributed to the American Revolution. 8.16 Explain how the practice of salutary neglect, experience with self-government, and wide spread ownership of land fostered individualism and contributed to the American Revolution     8.17 Evaluate the contributions of Benjamin Franklin to American society in the areas of science, writing and literature, and politics, including analysis of excerpts from Poor Richard’s Almanack, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, the Albany Plan of Union and the Join or Die cartoon. 8.15 Compare the government structures and economic base and cultural traditions of New France and the English colonies.  

8.22 Analyze the social, political and economic causes of the American Revolution and the major battles, leaders and events, including: Mercantilism, Pontiac’s Rebellion, The Proclamation of 1763, The Sugar Act, 1764, The Quartering Act, 1765, The Stamp Act, 1765, The Declaratory Act, 1766, The Townshend Act, 1767, The Boston Massacre, 1770, The Boston Tea Party, 1773, The Intolerable Acts, 1774, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Sam Adams, John Hancock, Thomas Jefferson, Sons of Liberty

 
  CLASSWORK/HW Notes, Map, Interactive vocabulary,    Notes, Map, Interactive vocabulary, 
  Notes, Map, Interactive vocabulary, analyzing political cartoon vocabulary terms, read & discussion; take notes;
Notes, Map, Interactive vocabulary
  Notes, Map, Interactive vocabulary
  ASSESSMENT   Unit 2 Overview and Focus Questions   ICEC Graphic Organizer, Vocabulary analyzing political cartoon, Vocabulary Quiz Notes over Government (Ideas on Government) 
 
  All Historical Events Worksheet