Lesson Plans for Thursday, March 5

 

2nd Hour - Native American History

 

Students should get their chromebooks.  

 

The following students need to complete the Sovereignty Unit Summary from yesterday’s class:

Frankie, Dakota, Brandy, Kenaray, James, Dennis, Aubri, and Tory

 

Students should log in to Google Classroom.  I have sent an assignment for them to go to the website theways.org to watch at least 3 of the videos from the website.  They will complete a brief description of each video they watched and write a short reflection from the video. You may allow a few students to go into the hallway to watch the videos to spread out the noise of the videos.  (If students have headphones, they should use those.) They will turn in the form to Google Classroom when they are completed.



 

3rd Hour - American History

 

Students should get their chromebooks.  

 

Students should first turn in the 3 questions they have from the video “Lighting the 7th Fire.”

 

Students should log in to Google Classroom.  I have sent an assignment for them to go to the website theways.org to watch at least 3 of the videos from the website.  They will complete a brief description of each video they watched and write a short reflection from the video. You may allow a few students to go into the hallway to watch the videos to spread out the noise of the videos.  (If students have headphones, they should use those.) They will turn in the form to Google Classroom when they are completed.


Feb. 18, 2020

1st hour - prep

2nd Hour - Native American History
Watch the Sandy Lake powerpoint sent to you in Google Classroom.  Following the powerpoint, write a thank you letter to Chief Buffalo thanking him for his trip to Washington D.C. that returned the annuity payment spot back to La Pointe on Madeline Island and created the Lac du Flambeau reservation.  Explain in your letter why it’s important to you and your family to remain in Wisconsin instead of being moved to Minnesota and how important treaty rights are to you.  You may write your letter on this Google Doc form.

3rd, 4th, 6th, 8th hours - American History
Complete the attached Encounter Lesson for the introduction to Chapter 23.  Make a copy of the worksheet and save it to your Google Drive.  Turn in the assignment when finished.  After you are done, you may use the remaining time in class to work on your History Day project.  The projects are due Friday, Feb. 21

7th Hour -Leadership
Students will complete the Tattoo Parlor drawing.  They will draw a tattoo that represents something about themselves, such as hobbies, personality, or their family.  After they finish the drawing, they will write a paragraph to describe what their tattoo says about themselves.  You may ask students to share their tattoos with the class and verbally share their paragraph.  Collect the assignment at the end of class.
5A - lunch

5B - prep



Jan. 3, 8th Hour American History
Tunnel Rats story

1. Learning Expectation - students will understand the Vietnam War and its psychological effects upon soldiers by reading a journal written by an American soldier in Vietnam. Students will also view a short video about the Vietnam Tunnels from Youtube.
Viet Cong Tunnels and Traps

2. Student Responsibility - read the story and compare the events in the story to the picture of a tunnel in Vietnam from their textbook.

3. Academic Accountability - answer the study questions from the article.