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Transcript
Day
M
Learning Target
ⓇWHS.7A Analyze the causes of European
expansion from 1450 to 1750.
ⓇWHS.7B Explain the impact of the
Columbian Exchange on the Americas
and Europe.
Instructional Strategies & Activities
Materials
-Interactive Notes (Age of Exploration)
-Create-A- Question / Read & Summarize
(Age of Exploration/Columbian Exchange)
-Pen
-Pencil
-Paper
-Class Notes
-Sprites Chart
-Interactive Notes
-Analyzing Primary/Secondary Documents
(Question & Answer)
-Pen
-Pencil
-Paper
-Class Notes
-
Assessment
Note Check
Unit 5 Test
ⓇWHS.6A Compare the major political,
economic, social, and cultural developments of
the Maya, Inca, and Aztec civilizations and
explain how prior civilizations influenced their
development.
ⓈWHS.27B Summarize the major ideas in
astronomy, mathematics, and architectural
engineering that developed in the Maya, Inca,
and Aztec civilizations.
WHS.29C Explain the differences between
primary and secondary sources and examine
those sources to analyze frame of reference,
historical context, and point of view.
WHS.29F Analyze information by sequencing,
categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect
relationships, comparing, contrasting, finding
the main idea, summarizing, making
generalizations and predictions, drawing
inferences and conclusions, and developing
connections between
T
ⓇWHS.7A Analyze the causes of European
expansion from 1450 to 1750.
ⓇWHS.7B Explain the impact of the Columbian
Exchange on the Americas and Europe.
ⓈWHS.1D Identify major causes and describe
the major effects of the following important
turning points in world history from 1450 to 1750:
the rise of the Ottoman Empire; the influence of
the Ming dynasty on world trade; European
exploration and the Columbian Exchange;
European expansion; and the Renaissance and
the Reformation.
Q&A
Unit 5 Test
Modifications
WHS.29C Explain the differences between
primary and secondary sources and examine
those sources to analyze frame of reference,
historical context, and point of view.
WHS.29F Analyze information by sequencing,
categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect
relationships, comparing, contrasting, finding
the main idea, summarizing, making
generalizations and predictions, drawing
inferences and conclusions, and developing
connections between
W
&
TH.
ⓈWHS.1D Identify major causes and describe
the major effects of the following important
turning points in world history from 1450 to 1750:
the rise of the Ottoman Empire; the influence of
the Ming dynasty on world trade; European
exploration and the Columbian Exchange;
European expansion; and the Renaissance and
the Reformation.
ⓈWHS.6B Explain how the Inca and Aztec
empires were impacted by European
exploration/colonization.
ⓇWHS.7A Analyze the causes of European
expansion from 1450 to 1750.
ⓇWHS.7B Explain the impact of the Columbian
Exchange on the Americas and Europe.
ⓇWHS.7C Explain the impact of the Atlantic
slave trade on West Africa and the Americas.
ⓈWHS.21C Identify examples of key persons
who were successful in shifting political thought,
including William Wilberforce.
WHS.29CExplain the differences between
primary and secondary sources and examine
those sources to analyze frame of reference,
historical context, and point of view.
-Columbian Exchange Menu Project
-Analyzing Primary/Secondary Documents
(Question & Answer)
-Review for Unit 5 Test
-PowerPoint
-Pen
-Pencil
-Study Guide
-Unit 5 Test
WHS.29F Analyze information by sequencing,
categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect
relationships, comparing, contrasting, finding the
main idea, summarizing, making generalizations
and predictions, drawing inferences and
conclusions, and developing connections
between historical events over time.
WHS.30AUse social studies terminology
correctly.
F
ⓈWHS.1D Identify major causes and describe
the major effects of the following important
turning points in world history from 1450 to 1750:
the rise of the Ottoman Empire; the influence of
the Ming dynasty on world trade; European
exploration and the Columbian Exchange;
European expansion; and the Renaissance and
the Reformation.
ⓈWHS.6B Explain how the Inca and Aztec
empires were impacted by European
exploration/colonization.
ⓇWHS.7A Analyze the causes of European
expansion from 1450 to 1750.
ⓇWHS.7B Explain the impact of the Columbian
Exchange on the Americas and Europe.
ⓇWHS.7C Explain the impact of the Atlantic
slave trade on West Africa and the Americas.
ⓈWHS.21C Identify examples of key persons
who were successful in shifting political thought,
including William Wilberforce.
WHS.29CExplain the differences between
primary and secondary sources and examine
those sources to analyze frame of reference,
historical context, and point of view.
WHS.29F Analyze information by sequencing,
categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect
relationships, comparing, contrasting, finding the
main idea, summarizing, making generalizations
and predictions, drawing inferences and
conclusions, and developing connections
- Unit 5 Assessment
Unit 5 Test
-Pen
-Pencil
-Paper
between historical events over time.
WHS.30AUse social studies terminology
correctly.
Teacher: Subject: Week:
Mason
World
11/18/2013
History –
11/22/2013