Thursday, September 16, 2010

World Studies: Movement

People interact with other people, places, and things almost every day of their lives. They travel from one place to another; they communicate with each other; and they rely upon products, information, and ideas that come from beyond their immediate environment.

Students should be able to recognize where resources are located, who needs them, and how they are transported over the earth’s surface. The theme of movement helps students understand how they themselves are connected with, and dependent upon, other regions, cultures, and people in the world.


Different Perspectives:

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Sept 13-17

Smart Board Activities:

Interactive United States Map
Landmark Supreme Court Case Interactive Game:
Constitution Interactive Quiz:
Notable Supreme Court Decisions:
Global Connections:
World Quality of Life Index:
Interactive Map: Human/Environment Interaction:
United States History:
Columbus Diary: Read and discuss in class
Prepare for mock trial (index cards)
Read Preface-chapter 10 in Marley: A Dog Like No Other
Concept Maps
World Studies:
Finish worksheets assigned last week
Packet (California, Washington, Oregon, Alaska)
Begin United States Map: Draw all fifty states, name each capital, draw in major rivers (listed on the white board)
Friday: States/Capitals Bingo
Smart Board Review Game: