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Monday April 23rd 2018

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?) 

Chapter 18 Section 2 PowerPoints and video on the crusades.

I can: Discuss how the Crusades changed Europe.

Bell Ringer

  1. Who won the first Crusade?
  2. Where was Richard I from?

 

Guided Practice: Teacher will present the students with their Chapter 18 Section 2 PowerPoint slides.

Content-Specific Vocabulary: vassal

Independent Practice: Students will copy down the Chapter 18 Section 2 PowerPoint slides. Students will read Chapter 18 Section 3 and watch a video on the Crusades.

Academic Vocabulary: Crusades, Holy Land, Pope Urban II, King Richard I, and Saladin.

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion.

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material.

 

Tuesday April 24th 2018

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?)?) Chapter 18 Section 3 Lecture.

The Big Idea: Popes and Kings dominated European society in the Middle Ages.

Bug Idea: The Christian Church was central to life in the Middle Ages.

Main Ideas: The Christian Church shaped both society and politics in medieval Europe.

Orders of monks and friars didn’t like the church’s political nature.

Church leaders helped build the first universities in Europe.

The church influenced the arts in medieval Europe.

 

 

I Can: Discuss the church and society in Medieval Europe.

 

 

Bell Ringer:

  1.  What is a pilgrimage?
  2. Who wrote the Canterbury Tales?

Guided Practice: Teacher will play an audio recording of Chapter 18 Section 3, lecture the students on p:533-539, and assign them assessment questions 1-4 on p:539.

Content-Specific Vocabulary: clergy, religious order, Francis of Assisi, friars, Thomas of Aquinas, natural law.

Independent Practice: Teacher will play an audio recording of Chapter 18 Section 3, lecture the students on p:533-539, and assign them assessment questions 1-4 on p:539.

Academic Vocabulary: convent, fief, monastery, pilgrimage, and tapestry.

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material.

 

 Wednesday April 25th 2018

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?) Chapter 18 Section 3 PowerPoint Slides.

The Big Idea: The Christian Church was central to life in the Middle Ages.

Main Ideas: The Christian Church shaped both society and politics in medieval Europe.

Orders of monks and friars didn’t like the church’s political nature.

Church leaders helped build the first universities in Europe.

The church influenced the arts in medieval Europe.

 

I Can: Discuss a monk’s daily schedule on p: 535.

Bell ringer: 1) What is a convent?

                   2) How did friars live? P:536

 

Guided Practice: Teacher will present the students with their Chapter 18 Section 3 PowerPoint slides.

 

Independent Practice: Students will copy down the Chapter 18 Section 3 PowerPoint slides. Students will read Chapter 18 Section 4.

 

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material

 

Thursday April 26th 2018

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?) Chapter 18 Section 4 Lecture.

 

 

I can: Discuss political and social change in Europe.

 

The Big Idea: Europe’s political and social systems underwent great changes during the Middle Ages.

 

Main Ideas: Magna Carta caused changes in England’s government and legal system.

The Hundred Year’s War led to political changes in England and France.

The Black Death, which swept through Europe in the Middle Ages, led to social changes.

Bell Ringer: 1. What does Magna Carta mean?

2) What effects did the Magna Carta cause?

 

Guided Practice: Teacher will play an audio recording of Chapter 18 Section 4, lecture the students on p:540-543, and assign them assessment questions 1-3 on p:533.

Content-Specific Vocabulary:

Section 4: Magna Carta, Parliament, Hundred Year’s War, Joan of Arc, Black Death

Independent Practice: Teacher will play an audio recording of Chapter 18 Section 4, lecture the students on p:540-543, and assign them assessment questions 1-3 on p:543.

Academic Vocabulary: Principles and rallied.

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material.

 

 

Friday April 27th 2018

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?) Chapter 18 Sections 3 and 4 Quiz.

 

I Can:  Master all  the content covered in Sections 3 and 4 of Chapter 18.

Bell Ringer:

  1. Study for quiz on Chapter 18 Sections 3 and 4.

Guided Practice: The teacher will present the students their Chapter 18 sections 3 and 4 quiz.

Content-Specific Vocabulary: clergy, religious order, Francis of Assisi, friars, Thomas of Aquinas, natural law Magna Carta, Parliament, Hundred Year’s War, Joan of Arc, and Black Death.

Independent Practice: Students will be tested on Chapter 18 Sections 3 and 4.

Academic Vocabulary: principles, rallied, convent, fief, monastery, pilgrimage, and tapestry.

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)pencils, and test