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Oklahoma History

 
Deer Creek, thank you for 6.5 great years!  Best wishes for all my former students, teachers and faculty!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


  

FINALS WEEK:

TUESDAY: 1ST, 3RD, 5THHOURS

                                                           THURSDAY: 2ND, 4TH, 6TH

 

 

FINAL’s PREP.

 

Study:

1.  Final’s Review Sheet

2.  Use: Comprehensive Summary of Oklahoma History & Geography as a guide for review.

 

FINAL = BRING A #2 PENCIL – SCANTRON TEST


**Be sure to use the 'FINAL's REVIEW sheet' as a guide for review

 

Oklahoma History End of Year Review

Purpose: 

1.      Provide study aides for final’s preparation

2.      Provide extra credit opportunity

Handouts Will Include:

1.      3 pages of the extra credit – due 12-14-12

2.      4 copies of practice tests as a means of review for the 1900’s of Oklahoma History

Extra Credit:

1.      Complete all 3 worksheets (with all correct answers) by Friday 12-14-12

2.      If all answers are correct – you can apply the extra credit ONE of FOUR ways

a.      Drop lowest quiz

b.     Drop lowest homework – even missing one’s

c.      Add 2 points to lowest test grade

d.     Add 2 points to project grade

3.      Indicate which method you would like to use the extra credit by writing that method on page 1 of the extra credit in the top right corner.

Practice Tests:

1.      Practice tests will include ch.’s 12, 13, 14, & 18

2.      Use the practice tests as a means of review of new material and preparation for the final

3.      The practice tests are NOT the only thing to study for the final – be sure to review all units’ reviewed throughout the semester.

4.      To double check your notes – use my teacherweb: photo/docs page as a means of finding and using notes and information

FINAL PREP:

1.      Complete all practice tests provided

2.      Study each unit we reviewed this semester

3.      Use the FINAL’s REVIEW SUMMARY as a guide (there are 2-3 different one’s on my teacherweb – one is longer, with more detail than the other).

4.      Final will be approximately 100 questions of multiple choice and matching

 

  

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 12-10 to 12-14-12

 

 

MONDAY: 12-10 

 

1. PICK UP:ch.12 practice test w.s.

** If you want = pick up extra credit sheets – due Friday 12-14-12

STUDY:

2. REVIEW:land run notes & w.s.

 

 

 

TUESDAY: 12-11           ch.13 review quiz Wednesday

1. PICK UP:ch.13 practice test w.s. (know for tomorrow’s quiz)

study

2.LAND RUN REVIEWQZ

3. POST QUIZ:do ch.12 & 13 practice test w.s.

 

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 12-12

1. PICK UP:ch.14 practice test w.s.

2.REVIEW CH.13 PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS

3.ch.13 REVIEWQZ

 

 

THURSDAY: 12-13

1. PICK UP:ch.18 practice test w.s.

2. VIDEO REVIEW

1.  Tulsa Race Riot Today Show

2.  Discovery 1 Park - Informational Video

3.  Choctaw Code Talkers

4.  Jim Thorpe, The World’s Greatest Athlete: Official Trailer

 

 

FRIDAY: 12-14

1. FINISH:ch.18 practice test

2. TURN IN:EXTRA CREDIT – be sure to write which method you want to use the extra credit for

3. VIDEO REVIEW

  1. MAY 3 1999 HUGE F5 OKLAHOMA TORNADO
  2. Tulsa Port of Catoosa
  3. MAY 3 1999 HUGE F5 OKLAHOMA TORNADO
  4. F5 Oklahoma City tornado damage of May 3, 1999
  5. KWTV NEWS Oklahoma City May 3 1999 Pt 4 of 5

4. EXCEMPTIONS        




 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 12-3 to 12-7-12

 

 

MONDAY: 12-3   

 

1. FINISH: Friday’s handouts

·      Crossword puzzle

·      Agree/Disagree w.s.

2. STUDY:Trails, Cattles Drives, RR’s – Outlaws & Lawmen QZ

3. REVIEW:

·      Crossword puzzle

·      Agree/Disagree w.s.

4.Trails, Cattles Drives, RR’s – Outlaws & Lawmen QZ

5. READ:Steps towards Land Run of Indian Territory p.292 – 303

 - Jot down all key words or phrases as you go.

 

TUESDAY: 12-4           

1. REVIEW:Rubric – with your project (use as a checklist)

2. TURN IN:Crossword puzzle w.s.

3. WORK ON PROJECT DAY OR READ:Steps towards Land Run of Indian Territory p.292 – 303

 - Jot down all key words or phrases as you go.



 

WEDNESDAY: 12-5

1.

2.PROJECT DUE DATE & REVIEW (DAY 1)

3.

THURSDAY: 12-6

1. PICK UP:

·      Land Run matching-key people w.s. (know for quiz Monday 12-10-12)

·      Land Run map w.s.

 

2.PROJECT DUE DATE & REVIEW (DAY 2)

3. DO:If you finish your review of posters, begin working on 2 handouts

 

FRIDAY: 12-7

1. CONTINUE WORKING ON:

·      Land Run matching-key people w.s. (know for quiz Monday 12-10-12)

·      Land Run map w.s.

2. VOTE on TOP THREE:read & follow directions on front white board

3. Turn in & Tally votes

4. Announce winners & see rubrics



 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 11-26 to 11-30-12

MONDAY: 11-26 Research in class day – Thursday 11-29

1. BELL RINGER:Quickly write down what “cowboy culture” was in the late 1800’s

2. COPY & INTRO:New Unit:

Cattle Drives & Railroads, Outlaws & Lawmen

3. DO: Cowboy Culture:

·      READ: p.270-271 Spotlight: Chuck Wagon’s

Answer the following questions:

§ Who invented Chuck wagons & when?

§ Who’s “cookie?”

§ How old were many cowboys?

§ What was a “chuck wagon” for?

§ What else was a “chuck wagon” for?

§ How easy was it to be a cook for cowboys on a cattle drive?

·      READ: p.274-275 Spotlight: The 101 Ranch

Answer the following questions:

§ Explain how The 101 Ranch came about (before the wild west show)?

§ In 1905, The 101 Ranch Wild West Show began. What made it special?

§ Why can’t we enjoy The 101 Ranch today?

 

TUESDAY: 11-27  Research in class day – Thursday 11-29      

1. PICK UP:Map w.s. Trails, Cattle Drives & Railroad’s

2. BELL RINGER:What were cattle drives all about & what types of people were involved? (read p.268 – 272)

3. DO:Map w.s. Trails, Cattle Drives & Railroad’s

 

 

UNIT QUIZ: MONDAY 12-3-12

 

WEDNESDAY: 11-28Research in class day – Thursday 11-29

1. PICK UP:Review Crossword: Trails, Cattle Drives, & RR’s

PROJECT QUESTIONS –partners (tell me who you are working with)

 

2.DO:Review Crossword: Trails, Cattle Drives, & RR’s (KNOW FOR QUIZ)

3. REVIEW:LGCattle Drive History

a.  Where        c. key people

b.  When         d. what caused cattle drive era to end

 

 

THURSDAY: 11-29UNIT QUIZ: MONDAY 12-3-12

 

1. PICK UP:Project Rubric & review

2. REVIEW:Review Crossword: Trails, Cattle Drives, & RR’s answers

3.Work on Project – doResearch in class day 

 

FRIDAY: 11-30UNIT QUIZ: MONDAY 12-3-12

 

1. PICK UP:

·      Review Crossword: Natural Resources & Outlaws – Lawmen

·      Agree-Disagree: Outlaws – Lawmen

 

2. DO:LG’s:Natural Resources, Outlaws & Lawmen

·      Review Crossword: Natural Resources & Outlaws – Lawmen

·      Agree-Disagree: Outlaws – Lawmen

 

(KNOW FOR QUIZ) – all handouts this week are what your quiz is mainly going to be about. So finish each and be prepared for Monday’s quiz.


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 11-12 to 11-15-12

TEST: CIVIL WAR IN INDIAN TERRITORY: FRIDAY 11-15

 

MONDAY: 11-12  Civil War Battles in Indian Territory QUIZ - Wed

1. PICK UP:Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

2. PREVIEW:LG 3:

a.  Opothleyahola’s Exodus Battles: causes, details & results

b.  Turning Point Battle & results

c.    Bloodiest, Largest & Most Decisive Battle in Indian Territory

d.  Final Battles in Indian Territory – winding down of war

 

3. DO: ELBOW PARTNER:Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

4. BOARD NOTES:INSERT KEY FACTS on CHART


 

TUESDAY: 11-13   Civil War Battles in Indian Territory QUIZ - Wed

PICK:POSTER PROJECT TOPICS & partners this Thursday!

1. PICK UP:POSTER PROJECT DIRECTIONS & TOPICS

2. FINISH:Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

3. REVIEW:LG 3:

  1. Opothleyahola’s Exodus Battles: causes, details & results
  2. Turning Point Battle & results
  3. Bloodiest, Largest & Most Decisive Battle in Indian Territory
  4. Final Battles in Indian Territory – winding down of war

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 11-14

TEST: CIVIL WAR IN INDIAN TERRITORY: FRIDAY 11-15

PICK:POSTER PROJECT TOPICS

1. STUDY:

2.Civil War Battles in Indian Territory QUIZ - Wed

3. PREVIEW:LG 4RESULTS & RECONSTRUCTION

a.  Results of Civil War in Indian Territory: lives & $ lost

b.  Reconstruction PUNISHMENT Treaties 1866

4. DO:Results of Civil War in Indian Territoryp.230 & 231 (H.W.)

·      p.230: #7-8 Understanding the Facts

·      p.231: #3 Critical Thinking

 

THURSDAY: 11-15

TEST: CIVIL WAR IN INDIAN TERRITORY: FRIDAY 11-15

1. PICK UP: Review Puzzle w.s.
FINISH:
Results of Civil War in Indian Territoryp.230 & 231 (H.W.)

2. LOTTERY PICK:POSTER PROJECT TOPICS

3. DO:Reconstruction PUNISHMENT Treaties 1866

·      p.239: #1-3 It’s Your Turn

·      p.257: #1 Critical Thinking

4. REVIEW:Reconstruction PUNISHMENT Treaties 1866

 

FRIDAY: 11-16

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER

2. 90 SECOND REVIEW:

3.TEST: CIVIL WAR IN INDIAN TERRITORY

4. BEGIN: Reviewing textbook for your poster project



 
 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 11-5 to 11-8-12

 

 

MONDAY: 11-5    

REVIEW QUIZ: CAUSES of CIVIL WAR Wednesday 11-7

 

1. COPY: Learning Goals Board

2. Civil War in Indian Territory & Reconstruction ch.9-10

       a. READ & NOTE: p.214 - 217

       b. Map Questions: p.215, p.216, 217

       c. I.Y.T.: p.217 #1-3

       d. COPY: Chapter Review: Summary (Bulleted Notes) p.230

NOTE: PUT: A & D on same paper, b & c on same paper


  

TUESDAY: 11-6    

REVIEW QUIZ: CAUSES of CIVIL WAR Wednesday 11-7

 

1. FINISH:

a. COPY: Chapter Review: Summary (Bulleted Notes) p.230

b. READ & NOTE: p.214 - 217

        c. Map Questions: p.215, p.216, 217

       d. I.Y.T.: p.217 #1-3

2. REVIEW & COPY:ELBOW PARTNER: Causes of Civil War LONG, SHORT, FINAL CAUSES

3. REVIEW QUESTIONS:

a.  What long term cause helped lead to Compromise of 1850 & how?

b.  Who first brought up the idea of secession & why?

c.    What was the compromise within the Compromise of 1850?

d.  What impact would publishingUncle Tom’s Cabinhave on people being that it was published as a weekly instead of all at once?

e.   What violent events took place in the 1850’s leading up to the Civil War?

f.     Why did the election of Lincoln in the 1860 election encourage the southern states to secede? Which state started the secession movement?

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 11-7

1. FINISH & STUDY

2. REVIEW & COPY:ELBOW PARTNER: Causes of Civil War LONG, SHORT, FINAL CAUSES

3. REVIEW QUESTIONS:

a.  What long term cause helped lead to Compromise of 1850 & how?

b.  Who first brought up the idea of secession & why?

c.    What was the compromise within the Compromise of 1850?

d.  What impact would publishingUncle Tom’s Cabinhave on people being that it was published as a weekly instead of all at once?

e.   What violent events took place in the 1850’s leading up to the Civil War?

f.     Why did the election of Lincoln in the 1860 election encourage the southern states to secede? Which state started the secession movement?

4.REVIEW QUIZ: CAUSES of CIVIL WAR

5. POST QUIZ:

·      READ & OUTLINE:p.218-221

·      ANSWER:LG I.2:What factors helped influence the Indians in either:

Staying loyal to the US

Choosing to side with the Conferacy




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 10-29 to 11-2-12

 MONDAY: 10-29       

1. FINISH: POST TEST: 5 Nations, Life in Indian Territory

       DO: 2 Column Note

a) COPY: p.188: Summary Notes (left column)

2. MAKE UP TESTS– if you missed Friday’s test

SEE FRIDAY’s TEST GRADES

3. REVIEW:2 column note review

·      Conditions in Indian territory

·      New forts and posts

·      Tribal governments organized

·      Missionary work

·      Indian Police – Light Horse

·      Further Indian Nations relocated into Indian Territory

4. FINISH:

·      p.188 Understanding the Facts #1 – 6

·      p.189 Critical Thinking #2 – 3

TUESDAY: 10-30        

1. READ:Spotlight on Buffalo: p.172-173

2. AS YOU READ:Keep a list of facts about the buffalo, especially comparing and contrasting the buffalo before and after Europeans came to America.

·      NOTE: if you see statistics (numbers) write them down and be able to explain their importance.

3. DRAW:Hand draw a picture based on the reading

·      Hold your paper horizontally THEN fold down the middle

·      Have the LEFT side be BEFORE Europeans

·      Have the RIGHT side be AFTER Europeans

·      Draw & describe how the buffalo and the land was affected during this era.

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-31REVIEW QUIZ = FRIDAY

1. FINISH:Spotlight on Buffalo drawing

2.REVIEW:Importance of Buffalo to Plains Indians & how things changed after Europeans came to North America

3. REVIEW:

·      p.188 Understanding the Facts #1 – 6

·      p.189 Critical Thinking #2 – 3

4. PICK ‘EM:Pick the assignment you want to turn in of three we just completed for a h.w. grade

 

 

THURSDAY: 11-1REVIEW QUIZ = FRIDAY

1. FIND & STUDY:George Catlin’s paintings of Plains Indians (p.168, 169) -

2. ELBOW PARTNER: 2 COLUMN NOTE:5 Nation’s Tribal Government

·      left side = name of tribe

·      right side = type of government put in place with details

3. REVIEW:5 Nation’s Tribal Government

4.Historian’s call this era the “Golden Years” of the Indian Territory – is this an accurate statement?

 

 

FRIDAY: 11-2

1. PICK UP: GOLDEN YEARS OF THE INDIAN REPUBLIC
STUDY:

2. REVIEW:GROUP REVIEW:Golden Years of the Indian Republics reading

·      By row (combine rows if less than 3 people), review the reading and follow the directions.

·      LG 4 & 6 will be reviewed – so take note as you are reading.

3.REVIEW QUIZ = FRIDAY

4. POST QUIZ: read & note: Divided Loyalties: P.214 - 217


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 10-22 to 10-26-12

 

 

 

MONDAY: 10-22  REVIEW QUIZ #3 Tuesday 10-23-12

 

1. FINISH:

a.  Indian Removal Chart

b.  Indian Removal Map

2. ELBOW PARTNERS:LG III.1:5 NationsIndian Removal Chart

a.   Compare charts and see key facts list on white board – input what you don’t have

b.  Also: compare map w.s. from Friday and see if you have same answers

 

3. REVIEW:

a.  Indian Removal Chart

b.  Indian Removal Map

 

TUESDAY: 10-23         

1. STUDY

2.REVIEW QUIZ #3

3. POST QUIZ:LG III.2 &3

a.  Get a Primary Source Book (see books under OK state flag)

                                                                        i.     READ: p.60-62

                                                                     ii.     Summarize the opinions and characteristics about the Cherokee removal in bullet form notes (note who the author is for each)     

b.  REVIEW: Worcester v. Georgia (1832) – board notes and text

                                                                        i.     What role did each of the following play:

1.     Samuel Worcester

2.   Chief Justice John Marshall

3.   Pres. Andrew Jackson

c.    MOST CONTROVERSIAL of all Removal Treaties: What treaty is called this and why was it so controversial?

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-24TEST: FRIDAY 10-26

1. FINISH:REVIEW: Worcester v. Georgia (1832) – board notes and text

a.  What role did each of the following play:

1.     Samuel Worcester

2.   Chief Justice John Marshall

3.   Pres. Andrew Jackson

REVIEW: yesterday’s review quiz & do ASSESSMENT LOG

2.REVIEW:MOST CONTROVERSIAL of all Removal Treaties: What treaty is called this and why was it so controversial?

READ: Primary Source Book p.49-53 – see what people were saying about Treaty of New Echota

3. REVIEW: Details of Treaty of New Echota & other treaties

 

THURSDAY: 10-25TEST: FRIDAY 10-26

1. FINISH:Worcester v. Georgia (1832) – board notes and text

What role did each of the following play & who played the greatest role?

1. Samuel Worcester

2. Chief Justice John Marshall

3. Pres. Andrew Jackson

REVIEW: yesterday’s review quiz & do ASSESSMENT LOG

2.REVIEW:Key Removal Treaties of 5 Nations (see left board)

3. REVIEW:LG III.3:

Stokes Commission = p.161(define purpose and impact of Montfort Stokes)

Failed Compromises = p.174 – 175 (look for 7 different examples)

3. GENERAL TEST REVIEW

 

 

 

FRIDAY: 10-26

1. STUDY

2.TEST: INDIAN REMOVAL & 5 NATIONS   

3. POST TEST: Life in Indian Territory

       DO:

a) COPY: p.188: Summary Notes (left column)

b) ANSWER: p.188 Understanding the Facts #1 – 6

c)  ANSWER: p.189 Developing Facts #2 – 3

 




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 10-15 to 10-19-12

 

 

MONDAY: 10-15 REVIEW QUIZ #2 WED. 10-17-12

 

1. FINISH:LG II.1

a) List the 5 Nations

b) Why were they considered “civilized?”

2. ELBOW PARTNERS: Focus = #1Missouri Compromise = become an EXPERT or Level 4 (3, 5 minute sessions)

REVIEW:causes – details of Missouri Compromise – results, future changes

FINAL WRITE, REVIEW, REWRITE

3. TURN-IN

4. REVIEW:LG: II.1

COPY CHART: 5 nations: PRE-REMOVAL locations, lifestyle, achievements, and leadership

 

 

TUESDAY: 10-16         REVIEW QUIZ #2 WED. 10-17-12

1. CONTINUE: Chart from yesterday

2. REVIEW:LG: II.1

CHART: 5 nations: PRE-REMOVAL locations, lifestyle, achievements, and leadership

3. REVIEW:5 nations websites (if internet working)

 

       

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-17

1. STUDY - QUIETLY:

2. REVIEW:LG: II.2: Causes of Indian Removal – board notes

2.REVIEW QUIZ #2

3. READ: p. 151Oklahoma Profiles: Sequoyah

 - write a ‘biography’ of Sequoyah based on this reading.

Bio should include:

a) Childhood

b) Info on his parents & wife

c)  Details on early professions

d) Major accomplishment – causes: why

e) Major accomplishment – results: who benefitted and how

f)    Death

 

Hand back – “super answers” & review (if time – or Thursday)

 

THURSDAY: 10-18

1. PICK UP:5 Nations Removal ChartLGIII.1

2. FINISH: READ: p. 151Oklahoma Profiles: Sequoyah

 - write a ‘biography’ of Sequoyah based on this reading.

Bio should include:

a) Childhood

b) Info on his parents & wife

c)  Details on early professions

d) Major accomplishment – causes: why

e) Major accomplishment – results: who benefitted and how

f)    Death

3. BEGIN:5 Nations Removal Chart: use ch.6 section 2 p.148-161

 

FRIDAY: 10-19REVIEW QUIZ #3 Tuesday 10-23-12

1. PICK UP:5 Nations Removal Map w.s.LGIII.1(due Monday)

2. CONTINUE:5 Nations Removal ChartLGIII.1(due Monday)




 

 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 10-1 to 10-5-12

 

UNIT TEST: THURSDAY 10-4

 

MONDAY: 10-1   

2ndreview quiz LG’s 4&7 Wednesday 10-3

1. FINISH:Explorer Agree-Disagree handout

2.BINDER CHECK

3. DO:Explorer Agree-Disagree handout

a. Elbow Partner (12 minutes)

b. Write answers on front white board (10 minutes)

4. REVIEW:Explorer Agree-Disagree handout

 

 

TUESDAY: 10-2  2ndreview quiz LG’s 4&7 Wednesday 10-3

1. PICK UP:Spanish, French & American Explorers CHART

2.LEARNING GOAL: EUROPEAN & AMERICAN EXPLORATION:

WHO, WHEN, WHERE, IMPACT

BINDER CHECK continue

3. DO:CHART: with each of the categories listed above for each of the explorer’s listed below.

Spanish & French Explorers                          American Explorers

a)   Coronado                                                                    a. Lewis & Clark

b)  De Soto                                                                        b. Sparks

c)   De Oñate                                                                     c. Wilkinson

d)  La Salle                                                          d. Sibley

e)   La Harpe                                                        e. Long

f)    Jean Baptiste

 

       

       

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-32ndreview quiz Wednesday 10-3

1. STUDY:

2.2ndreview quiz: Explorers

3. POST QUIZ:

LEARNING GOAL:

 

1. BIG THREE: Spanish, French & English in America – compare & contrast: Board Notes

 

2.Good, Bad, Ugly: Impacts of European Exploration

       CREATE: 3 COLUMN CHART – REVIEW EACH IMPACT (effect or result) that occurred due to exploration and place that into one of three categories

 

Good              Bad        Ugly

 

       

 

THURSDAY: 10-4: THURSDAY 10-4

Place books on top of desks – end of 6thhour

1. NUMBER PAPER & STUDY:

Assessment log: do

2.EXPLORER UNIT TEST

3. POST TEST:INTRODUCTION: INDIAN REMOVAL of 5 NATIONS

       DO:from ch.6

a) REVIEW & ANALYZE: p.136-137: describe what is going on in the picture – give specific historical facts.

b) COPY TIMELINE: p.139 – note changes to Oklahoma

c)  READ & NOTE: p.140 – 147

d) ANSWER (on separate paper from a-c): It’s Your Turn p.147 #1-3 

 

FRIDAY: 10-5

 

1. PICK UP:

2. FINISH:INTRODUCTION: INDIAN REMOVAL of 5 NATIONS

a) REVIEW & ANALYZE: p.136-137: describe what is going on in the picture – give specific historical facts.

b) COPY TIMELINE: p.139 – note changes to Oklahoma

c)  READ & NOTE: p.140 – 147

d) ANSWER (on separate paper from a-c): It’s Your Turn p.147 #1-3 

3.LEARNING GOAL:What was life like in the US & becoming in Oklahoma?




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 9-24 to 9-28-12

 

 

MONDAY: 9-24  BINDER CHECK THIS FRIDAY

 

1. PICK UP:

2. FINISH:BeginEXPLORATION UNIT

a.  READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83 (read all: captions, something extra’s & spotlight – then summarize what the caption says).

b.  DO: It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1 – 3 (It’s Your Turn = I.Y.T.)

3. DO:

c.    ANSWER: on same page as I.Y.T.

a.  Explain the Indian spiritual and religious beliefs.

b.  Define:

                                                    i.      Great Spirit

                                                   ii.     Mother Earth

                                                  iii.     totems

                                                    iv.     shamans

d.  LIST: ALLEuropean explorersmentioned – include whichnations they sailed for.

e.   Give the ‘GIST’: Spotlight p.81 – briefly explain 3-5 facts about what happened atThe Battle of the Twin Villages.

 

4. REVIEW:

 

 

TUESDAY: 9-25   1streview quiz – Thursday 9-27    

1. COPY:Learning Goals – Unit Review Board (inGREEN)

2. COPY & fill-in:BOARD NOTES #1: Pre-Columbus life for Indians

SCALE & ELBOW (all “2’s” – get with any “3-4’s”: 5 minute review)

3. Binder Directions (on teacher web)

4. REVIEW:BOARD NOTES #1: Pre-Columbus life for Indians

        

1streview quiz – Thursday 9-27

WEDNESDAY: 9-26

1. SELF-ASSESS:What do I know about exploration? Be able to answer by the end of class.

·      Where and with whom did exploration begin?

·      Who changed it all?

·      How? FOR: a. INDIANS  & b. EUROPEANS

2.LEARNING GOAL =Post-Columbus: how did life change for both Indians and Europeans?

3. MATERIAL:OKH CH2: SUMMARY NOTES (teacherweb: photo/docs)

Use your phone or the smart board to help you locate each answer for questions listed below.

4. METHOD:Using the on-line notes (OKH CH2), explain the following:

a) Who were the “pioneers of exploration & how?

b) Where was explored first & why?

c)  Which nations were the early leaders in exploration?

d) When (EXACT DATE) did exploration change & how?

e) What happened to the Aztec & Incan empires?

f)    What motivated the Spanish Conquistador’s?

Which Conquistador’s came through Oklahoma & what were they seeking?



 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 9-17 to 9-21-12

 

 ANCIENT INDIANS TEST: Friday 9-21-12

MONDAY: 9-17   

ISSUES WITH ON-LINE TEXTBOOK: tell me at beginning of class

1. PICK UP:

a.  FINAL’s REVIEW SHEET

b.  5 column DETAILED CHART

2. STUDY

3.REVIEW QUIZ: 5 ANCIENT INDIANS

4. POST QUIZ:

·      DO: 5 column DETAILED CHART (use your notes & w.s. to help complete this assignment

 

ANCIENT INDIANS TEST: Friday 9-21-12

TUESDAY: 9-18           

1. PICK UP:

·      Written Work Assessment Rubric

·      6 PAGE FLIP BOOK

2. HAND BACK:

·      Goal Sheets

3. REVIEW:Written Work Assessment Rubric – with Goal Sheets

4. REVIEW:

  • 5 column DETAILED CHART

 

5.BEGIN: 6 PAGE FLIP BOOK – HOME WORK IF NOT FINISHED

 

YESTERDAY’S QUIZ: MAKE UP before or after school.

 

ANCIENT INDIANS TEST: Friday 9-21-12

WEDNESDAY: 9-19

1. PICK UP:

·      RUBRIC: Flip Book

·      Spiro Mound Reading

2.FINISH: 6 PAGE FLIP BOOK(8-10 minutes)DUE: FRIDAY

3. SELF-ASSESS: FLIP BOOK RUBRIC as your guide (8-10 minutes)

4. DO: (h.w. IF NOT FINISHED)

a) READ:Spiro Mound Reading

b) ANSWER:EACH question on the reading

 

All of this weeks handouts are posted on my teacher web – photo docs page (at the bottom)     

 

THURSDAY: 9-20       6 PAGE FLIP BOOKDUE: FRIDAY

ANCIENT INDIANS TEST: Friday 9-21-12

1. FINISH:Spiro Mound Reading

2. ELBOW ASSESSMENT:Assess your ‘elbow partner’s’ flip book

 

Double check to see if you have

   -
3-5 facts for BOTH: Tools & Weapons

   - 3-5 facts for BOTH: Inventions & Advances

3. REVIEW:
Spiro Mound Reading

4. DECIDED:

·      Was the Spiro Mounds an Archaeological Treasure or Crime? Pick one side and give 3 – 5 reasons why.

5. REVIEW: for Friday’s test on:ANCIENT INDIANS

 

 

FRIDAY: 9-21

 

1. STUDY & number paper:

2.TURN IN: FLIP BOOK

ANCIENT INDIANS TEST

3. POST TEST:





  

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 9-10 to 9-14-12

 

 

MONDAY: 9-10  

 

1. PICK UP:

a.  Assignments Sheet – Weekly Agenda form

b.  Goal Sheet – student info sheet (due tomorrow)

 

BELL RINGER: ANSWER ALL THREE on the back of your self-discovery w.s.

1)  Dream College (or trade school) I’d like to attend – why?

2) Dream Job – why?

3)  Dream home – location – why?

 

2. REVIEW:

1) Self-Discovery Worksheet

2)What will the future bring? w.s.

3)Activity w.s. (what interests you?) – POLL EACH CLASS & review

3. REVIEW:

  • Assignments Sheet – Weekly Agenda form –

 

 

 

  

 

TUESDAY: 9-11 
   SEE: p.468 (War on Terrorism) 9-11 Summary        

1. K.W.L.: Sept.11, 2001 – Terrorist Attack on the US

TURN IN: (WHEN ASKED FOR): Goal Sheet – student info sheet

2. REVIEW: What you all know (about 9-11)

3. REVIEW: YouTube Videos

  • The Causes of 9/11 terrorism - NYT columnist Thomas Friedman WRITE DOWN: 3 RIVER’s of RAGE – causes of 9-11
  • September 11, 2001 - As It Happened - The South Tower Attack -NYC news channels broadcasts – live accounts
  • security cam – North Tower struck by airliner
  • Firemen Hearing People Falling Through Glass Jumping 9 11
  • 9/11 - inside north tower: 1hr. 26 min. documentary (warning – has profanity and graphic images I will edit - fast forward around, but in case you watch the rest at home.)

1stplane hits north tower (2:36 min. mark)

inside lobby as the tower collapses – (26 min. mark)

  • French documentary brothers recount 9/11 survival tale

 

REFLECTION & LEARNING: finish the ‘L’ column & reflect over night what 9-11 means to you.



 

WEDNESDAY: 9-12

1. KWL= continue your ‘learned’ column

2.REVIEW: http://www.history.com/videos/

·      9-11 timeline

·      How the towers collapsed

·      Security features – new Tower 7

·      Building the Towers

·      9-11 Memorial – Survivor Tree

3.REFLECTION & LEARNING: finish the ‘L’ column & reflect over night what 9-11 means to you.


 

THURSDAY: 9-13

 

1.REFLECTION & LEARNING: finish the ‘L’ column & reflect over night what 9-11 means to you. (In 3-5 sentences)

·      What did you learn?

·      Why is this day important?

·      How does 9-11 make you feel?

READ:UNIT REVIEW BOARD (white board on left wall)

2. READ:CH.3 Section 1

3. DO:2 COLUMN NOTES: introduction to Oklahoma’s Ancient Indians  (p.66-77)

 

2 COLUMN NOTES

PURPOSE:

1.     Introduce new material

2.     Create an outline & then give detailed notes

3.     Focus on “BIG PICTURE” – see where the entire section is going

DIRECTIONS:

1.     FOLD: paper vertically: 1/3 – 2/3 FOLD

 

2.     READ: the assigned material

 

3.     LEFT COLUMN: 

a.     OUTLINE: write down subtitles for each section (in RED & GREEN FONT)

 

4.     RIGHT COLUMN: GIVE DETAILS FOR:

                                                             i.     Who              iv. Where

                                                           ii.     When             v. Achievements

                                            iii. Lifestyle


 

FRIDAY: 9-14

REVIEW QUIZ: 5 ANCIENT INDIANS (matching w.s.)

MONDAY 9-17-12

1. PICK UP:Ancient Indians matching w.s. (with review chart)

2. FINISH:2 COLUMN NOTES: introduction to Oklahoma’s Ancient Indians

3. REVIEW:Oklahoma’s Ancient Indians

a)  Who are the 5 Ancient Indian’s of Oklahoma?

b) Which of the Ancient Indian’s were                                                   i.     Hunter-Gatherer

                                                       ii.     Farmers

c)  List the advances in weapons.

d) List the advances in shelter.

e)  Which culture did we list the most information on? Why do you think this is?




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 9-4 to 9-7-12

1STTEST: THURSDAY Sept. 6th: Oklahoma Geography & Weather

 TUESDAY: 9-4

1. FINISH:Weather Extremes handout

2. REVIEW:

  • Climate v. Weather – definitions & how they impact Oklahoma Weather
  • YOUTUBE: 2011 Oklahoma Weather Review (check handout while we watch)
  • Examples of Typical Oklahoma Dangerous Weather
  • Fujita Scale: p.56 – fill in your chart
  • Tornadoes:
    • Definition
    • Average per year
    • Deadliest
    • May 3, 1999

3. REVIEW:

 - ANSWER: How was Will Rogers’ correct is saying “If you don’t like Oklahoma’s weather, wait a minute.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1STTEST: THURSDAY Sept. 6th: Oklahoma Geography & Weather

WEDNESDAY: 9-5

 

ASSESSMENT LOG – DO AS YOU COME IN

 

1. FINISH REVIEW: 

  • Examples of Typical Oklahoma Dangerous Weather
  • Fujita Scale: p.56 – fill in your chart
  • Tornadoes:
    • Definition
    • Average per year
    • Deadliest
    • May 3, 1999

2.MAKE:3 flashcards – explaining 3-5 examples for each

       Explain how Oklahoma’s

a. Geography is DIVERSE

b. Natural Resources are DIVERSE

c.  Weather is EXTREME

 

3.REVIEW FOR TEST: Q & A




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 8-27 to 8-31-12

 

GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS QUIZ Wednesday 8-29

MONDAY: 8-27           

 1. PICK UP:GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS W.S. (Know for quiz this Wednesday)

STUDY

2.OKLAHOMA GEOGRAHY KEY FACTSQUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:

·        DO:GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS W.S. (ch.2 section 2 of our textbook)

·        DO: Make flash cards from right side of w.s.

 

 

 GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS QUIZ Wednesday 8-29

 

TUESDAY: 8-28           

OKLAHOMA’s Natural Resources – Review & categorize map p.522

1. PICK UP:

AGREE/DISAGREE hand out: (ch.2 section 3 of our textbook)

2. REVIEW: OKLAHOMA’s Natural Resources

·      USE theAGREE/DISAGREE w.s. (in pairs) as a review of Oklahoma’s Natural Resources

 

WEDNESDAY: 8-29

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW:Oklahoma’s Geographic Regions: USE:

·      Map of Geo Regions (either p.31 or p.518)

·      Compare with maps (p.519-524)

3.GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS QUIZ




  

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 8-20 to 8-24-12

 

OKLAHOMA GEOGRAHY KEY FACTSQUIZ MONDAY 8-27-12

MONDAY: 8-20          

 1. REVIEW & UPDATE:

·      last week, SOAPS

·      Geography & Weather begin our review this week

2.Lifeline Class Day One

 

 

TUESDAY: 8-21                   

1. PICK UP:

·      OKLAHOMA Geography w.s. (due tomorrow) : use our on-line textbook to help find the answers

2.Lifeline Class Day Two

           

  

 

WEDNESDAY: 8-226thHOUR: turn in Handbook signature

1. PICK UP:OKLAHOMA outline map

2. TURN IN:OKLAHOMA Geography w.s

3.Lifeline Class Day Three

 

       

 

 

 

 

OKLAHOMA GEOGRAPHY BASIC FACTS QUIZ – MON. 8-27

THURSDAY: 8-23

1. PICK UP:

·      Oklahoma Geography Notes

·      Open House Agenda – tips & procedures hand out

2. REVIEW:

·      Both handouts

·      Oklahoma Map w.s. – quick review

 

3.Lifeline Class Day Four


OKLAHOMA GEOGRAPHY BASIC FACTS QUIZ – MON. 8-27


FRIDAY: 8-24     6thHOUR: turn in Handbook signature

 1. PICK UP: Oklahoma Geography Notes & Key facts

HANDBACK GRADED H.W.

2. REVIEW:

·      Geographic Regions – add to your Map w.s. (use on-line book)

·      Geographic Basic facts – notes (hand out from yesterday)

3. READ: p.37 Diary of Major Sibley

  • SOAPS review the reading (on your own paper)

4. REVIEW: Due: Monday

·      Diary of Major Sibley

·      SOAPS review the reading

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 8-14 to 8-17-12

 

MONDAY:

 

NO SCHOOL

 

WELCOME TO OKLAHOMA HISTORY WITH

 MR. WORTMANN

TUESDAY: 8-14

1. PICK UP:

a.SYLLABUS/ CLASS RULES: see PODIUM by door as you come in

 

Which is more important: Up or Down? Pick one & explain in 3 sentences

 

2. REVIEW:

 

         a. Welcome back & introduction

         b. Syllabus & Class rules review

         c. Class set up & organization

d. Questions & Answers

 

*HOMEWORK: turn in your signed syllabus/class rules

 

WEDNESDAY: 8-15

 

1. PICK UP & SCAN OVER:

a.               Article: How British Royals shaped course of marathon in 1908

b.               SOAPS: explanation sheet: understanding and organizing basic facts

c.                 SOAPS: blank chart

2. CUT OFF:Syllabus & turn in when asked for

3. REVIEW:Article: How British Royals shaped course of marathon in 1908

a.   READ & REVIEW: S.O.A.P.S. hand out

b.   READ: the article handed out

c.     WRITE: your responses into the chart provided

4. HOMEWORK:Finish your review of the article handed out & the chart

 

THURSDAY: 8-16

1. FINISH:

·      your review of the article handed out & the chart

2. REVIEW:

·      VOLUNTEERS:FILL IN: what your wrote from your chart onto the board

·      REVIEW ANSWERS:REVIEW: what was written and make improvements to your own chart AS NEEDED.

·      REFLECTIONS:OPINION:

o  How did this lesson benefit you?

o  What other subjects could you use this method with?

 

 

FRIDAY: 8-17

1. PICK UP: Mr. Wortmann’s Classroom Scavenger Hunt w.s.

2.DO:Scavenger Hunt w.s.

3. REVIEW:answers to Scavenger Hunt

         Categorize each of the statements into the following categories

LIFE SKILL   EDUCATIONAL SKILL           HISTORICAL FACT    CLASSROOM PROCEDURE

 

**Write the number of the question/statement under each category

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a. Student Information Sheet

1. complete top now

2. finish goals at home & turn-in Tuesday

b. Goal Organizer: 5 W’s and H

 

2. REVIEW:DISCUSS GOAL SETTING

         a. Purpose of goal setting

b. Benefit of goal setting

 

3. HOMEWORK:

a. Student Information Sheet & GOAL SETTING

b. Goal Organizer: 5 W’s and H

 

 

 

 

 

 











MONDAY: 5-14

 

REVIEW FOR FINALS


  

TUESDAY 5-15

1. HAND BACK PAPERS

2. PICK UP YOUR PROJECT & PUT BY YOUR DESK

3. VIDEO REVIEW FOR FINAL:

               A. MURRAH BOMBING

               B. MAY 3RDTORNADO

               C. TULSA RACE RIOT

4. REVIEW:

               A. FINAL’s REVIEW SHEET – USE WITH COMPREHENSIVE SUMMARY OF OKLAHOMA HISTORY (See my Photo/Docs)


 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 5-7 to 5-11-12

 

 MONDAY: 5-7    Land Run w.s. quiz Wednesday

EXTRA CREDIT DUE FRIDAY

1. PICK UP:

       A. Ch. 12 Land Run w.s. (quiz over this w.s Wednesday)

B. EXTRA CREDIT – FINAL’s REVIEW w.s.’s

               a. Semester Review p.1

               b. Semester Review p.2

               c. Semester Review p.3

2. DO:finish Land Run Notes p. 314-315

a.  COPY: Chapter Review Summary Notes

b.  UNDERSTANDING THE FACTS: #1-7

3. POSTER PROJECTS:see your rubric (I still need to make a copy, so you can just see it and then give it back.)

 

EXTRA CREDIT DUE FRIDAY

TUESDAY: 5-8             Land Run w.s. quiz Wednesday

1. FINISH:Ch. 12 Land Run w.s.

TURN IN: CH.11 PRACTICE TEST

2. HAND BACK:graded project rubrics

3. REVIEW:

Causes, Land Run, Results: Board Notes: 

·       Ch.12 Review w.s. on Land Run

·       Look for facts about:

o  Boomer-sooner

o  Dawes – Curtis Acts & Indian Resistance

o  1stLand Run – Apr.22,1889 & Pres. Harrison

o  6 “Instant Towns” around metro area

o  Organic Act, Greer County, & Twin Territories

o  1stand Last Territorial Governors

4. REVIEW:

       a. Poster Project – vote top 3 in each class

       b. Poster Project – pro’s & con’s

 

EXTRA CREDIT DUE FRIDAY

WEDNESDAY: 5-9

1. PICK UP:CH.13 STATEHOOD PRACTICE TEST

STUDY

2.Land Run w.s. quiz

3. POST QUIZ: DO:CH.13 STATEHOOD PRACTICE TEST

REVIEW:Key Facts about Statehood & 20thCentury

STATEHOOD FACTS:

·       Causes

·       State of Sequoyah

·       Pres. Roosevelt

·       Statehood Day: Nov. 16, 1907

·       1stState Governor

 

EXTRA CREDIT DUE FRIDAY

THURSDAY: 5-10

 

1. PICK UP:CH.14 EARLY 1900’s STATE HISTORY PRACTICE TEST

2.1900’s to Present Oklahoma State History – Review QZ Part 1

3. POST QUIZ: DO:climate surveys:http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22FLBJ6W7CR

3. DO:CH.15 EARLY 1900’s STATE HISTORY PRACTICE TEST

·       Nellie Johnstone #1

·       Tulsa Race Riot

·       Dust Bowl

·      Route 66

 

FRIDAY: 5-11

 

1. PICK UP:CH.18 1980 to PRESENT STATE HISTORY PRACTICE TEST

2.1900’s to Present Oklahoma State History – Review QZ Part 1

DO:CH.18 1980 to PRESENT STATE HISTORY PRACTICE TEST

REVIEW:


-        MAPS    - MURRAH BOMBING      - MAY3RD TORNADO


 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 4-23 to 4-27-12

 

CIVIL WAR & RECONSTRUCTION UNIT TEST TUESDAY 4-24-12

MONDAY: 4-23  

 

1. BELL RINGER: review project topics (with partner)

2. PROJECT TOPIC SELECTION LOTTERY:Receive # from Mr. Wortmann and write onto your project guideline sheet.

3. REVIEW FOR:Key facts & Key People for Each Topic

·              Causes of Civil War =

o  Long Causes

o  Short Causes

o  Immediate Causes

·       Civil War in Indian Territory

o  Why Indians chose the South

o  Major Battles in Indian Territory

·       Reconstruction Era

o  What events impacted the Nation during Reconstruction?

o  How was Indian Territory Impacted by:

§ The Civil War

§ The Reconstruction Era

§ What does the Civil War/Reconstruction Era lead to next for the Indians in Indian Territory?

 

TUESDAY: 4-24          

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER

2.CIVIL WAR & RECONSTRUCTION UNIT TEST

3. POST TEST:

Finish by the end of class tomorrow

DO: REVIEW:Cattle Drives & Railroads, Outlaws & Lawmen

a.  READ & NOTE: p.268 – 279

b.  READ & WRITE: Spotlight: Chuck Wagons p. 270 – 271 &

Write 5 facts

c.    READ & WRITE: Spotlight: 101 Ranch p. 274 - 275 &

Write 5 facts

d.  READ & NOTE: p.280 – 285

e.   READ & WRITE: Spotlight: US Deputy Marshals p. 283 &

Write 5 facts

f.     COPY: Summary (Bulleted Notes) p.286

g.   ANSWER ON SEPARATE PAPER: p.287(answer on same paper)

a.  Developing Critical Thinking: # 1-3

b.  Applying Your Skills: 1-2

 

Review quiz Wednesday based on Tuesday’s notes – last 15 minutes of class.       

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 4-25

1. FINISHWORK ON:Cattle Drives & Railroads, Outlaws & Lawmen

DO: REVIEW:Cattle Drives & Railroads through Indian Territory

a.  READ & NOTE: p.268 – 279

b.  READ & WRITE: Spotlight: Chuck Wagons p. 270 – 271 &

Write 5 facts

c.    READ & WRITE: Spotlight: 101 Ranch p. 274 - 275 &

Write 5 facts

d.  READ & NOTE: p.280 – 285

e.   READ & WRITE: Spotlight: US Deputy Marshals p. 283 &

Write 5 facts

f.     COPY: Summary (Bulleted Notes) p.286

g.   ANSWER ON SEPARATE PAPER: p.287(answer on same paper)

a.  Developing Critical Thinking: # 1-3

b.  Applying Your Skills: 1-2

 

2.Review quiz: LAST 15 MINUTES OF CLASS:  Cattle Drives & Railroads, Outlaws & Lawmen


 

THURSDAY: 4-26

 

1. FINISH:Any work not yet completed

2. PROJECT QUESTIONS or Concerns: discussion

3. BOARD NOTES:Copy & Do – see smart board

4. PROJECTS:Research (if time/ipads available)

 

FRIDAY: 4-27

 

1. PICK UP:

2. PROJECTS:Research on ipads

3. REVIEW:Rubric - overview

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 4-16 to 4-20-12

 

CIVIL WAR & RECONSTRUCTION UNIT TEST: MONDAY 4-23-12

 

MONDAY: 4-16   

MINI-PROJECT DUE Wednesday 4-18

1. PICK UP:

·      Major Civil War Battles chart & review questions

 

2. REVIEW:Civil War in Indian Territory

·      Why did the Indians side with south?

·      What were the major battles of the Civil War in Indian Territory

·      Was their involvement in the war avoidable for the Indians?

·      What were the results of the Civil War for the Indians?

3. MINI-PROJECT:

·      Review mini-project directions

·      Work in pairs at starting the project

 

MINI-PROJECT DUE Wednesday 4-18

 

TUESDAY: 4-17           

1. STUDY

2.GROUP ‘B’ Vocab. Quiz

3. POST QUIZ: Answer in your notes: Review:Civil War in Indian Territory

·      Why did the Indians side with south?(use ch.7 Crescent Summ. for notes)

·      What were the major battles of the Civil War in Indian Territory

·      Was their involvement in the war avoidable for the Indians?

·      What were the results of the Civil War for the Indians?

3. DO:ANSWER THE REVIEW QUESTIONS FOR CHART W.S.

4. CONTINUE:Mini-Projects

       

Civil War Review Quiz: Friday 4-20-12

WEDNESDAY: 4-18

1. PICK UP:Civil War Review Puzzle – know for Friday’s quiz!

FINISH:ANY last minute aspects to your mini-project

TURN INMini-Project:When called for

2. FINISH:REVIEW QUESTIONS FOR CHART W.S.

3.RECONSTRUCTION

·      What events impacted the Nation during Reconstruction?

·      How was Indian Territory Impacted by:

The Civil War

The Reconstruction Era

·      What does the Civil War/Reconstruction Era lead to next for the Indians in Indian Territory?

4. DO: Homework if not completed

a.  SUMMARY NOTES: Copy 1st5 bullets p.256

b.  READ & NOTE: p.236-239

c.    I.Y.T.: p.239 #1-3

       

 

THURSDAY: 4-19

Civil War Review Quiz: Friday 4-20-12

1. PICK UP:

2.RECONSTRUCTION review continue

       Use board notes from my teacher website called

       RECONSTRUCTION ERA Board Notes

FRIDAY: 4-20

 

1. PICK UP: 

POSTER PROJECT Guidelines – Directions – Topics (If absent see the photo/docs page - towards the bottom)

 

BE SURE TO: Review each of the potential topics & be prepared to select your topic on Monday 4-23-12

MAKE FLASH CARDS:(SEE BELOW: what to review)

2. UNIT REVIEW:

·      Causes of Civil War =

Long Causes

Short Causes

Immediate Causes

·      Civil War in Indian Territory

Why Indians chose the South

Major Battles in Indian Territory

·      Reconstruction Era

What events impacted the Nation during Reconstruction?

How was Indian Territory Impacted by:

§ The Civil War

§ The Reconstruction Era

§ What does the Civil War/Reconstruction Era lead to next for the Indians in Indian Territory?

3.Civil War Review Quiz:





 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 4-9 to 4-13-12

 

 

MONDAY: 4-9    

 

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER:

CLASS REVIEW

2.Opening of West & Indian Territory TEST

3. POST TEST: Do each of the following (Due Tuesday)

 

Civil War in Indian Territory & Reconstruction ch.9-10

       a. READ & NOTE: p.214 - 217

       b. Map Questions: p.215, p.216, 217

       c. I.Y.T.: p.217 #1-3

       d. COPY: Chapter Review: Summary (Bulleted Notes) p.230

NOTE: PUT: A & D on same paper, b & c on same paper

 

 

TUESDAY: 4-10   VOCAB. QUIZ GROUP ‘A’ Friday 4-13

1. PICK UP:Mini-Project directions: Due Tuesday 4-17-12

FINISH:POST TEST& make up tests

2. Intro Unit:Review Unit Review Board Key Points for:

Civil War in Indian Territory

3. FINISH POST TEST ASSIGNMENT

4. DO:List causes of Civil War under the following heading:

Year                       Key People            Event

 

MINI-PROJECT: review of Civil War Battles in INDIAN TERRITORY

 

 

 

 

 

VOCAB. QUIZ GROUP ‘A’ Friday 4-13

 

WEDNESDAY: 4-11mini-projects due Tuesday 4-17

1. PICK UP:

       -Top 5 Causes of Civil War

       - Key People of Civil War

FINISH: Monday’s post test & review causes of Civil War

2.Causes of the Civil War: Long term, short term and most immediate.

Youtube video:

-       Lincoln, westward expansion and the causes of the civil war (14 min.)

-       The Causes of the Civil War Music Video (3:38 min.)

KEY IDEA: Causes – Long and Short Term: of the Civil War

-       Make a list of long term causes

-       Make a list of short term causes

Explain theMOST IMMEDIATEcause




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 4-2 to 4-6-12

 

Opening the West & Indian Territory ch.8 UNIT TEST:

Monday 4-9-12

 

MONDAY: 4-2    

 

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER:

2.Life in Indian Territory TEST

3. POST TEST: Do each of the following (Due Tuesday)

Opening the West & Indian Territory ch.8

       a. READ & NOTE: p.194 – 197

       b. Map Question: p.196

       c. I.Y.T.: p.197 #1-2

       d. COPY: Summary (Bulleted Notes) p.208

 

 

TUESDAY: 4-3     VOCAB. QUIZ: Thursday 4-5  

1. FINISH:POST TEST

2. Intro Unit:Review Unit Review Board Key Points for:

Opening the West & Indian Territory ch.8

KEY IDEA: Understand the Importance of:

Westward Expansion (Section 1)

    

a.     Pres. James K. Polk

b.    Manifest Destiny 

c.     US Land Expansions 1845 - 1853

d.    Impressions of Indian Territory

 

ANSWER: based on the above outline:

 

·      What were the NUMEROUS FACTORS that led to American’s & immigrants to move & settle West in the 1840’s?

·      How do you anticipate this will impact Indian Territory & the Indians?

 

3. DO: p.208

       a. Understanding the Facts #1

b. Critical Thinking: # 1

       

 

Opening the West & Indian Territory ch.8 UNIT TEST:

Monday 4-9-12

WEDNESDAY: 4-4VOCAB. QUIZ: Thursday 4-5

1. CONTINUE & FINISH:Tuesday’s review notes/info.

2.REVIEW:Tuesday’s review notes/info.

3.REVIEW QUIZ: ch.8 section 1

 

4. WORK ON:

a. READ & NOTE: p.198 – 207

       b. Map Question: p.196

       c. I.Y.T.: p.207 1-2

       

 

THURSDAY: 4-5

 

1. STUDY:

2.VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:

  FINISH:

a. READ & NOTE: p.198 – 207

       b. Map Question: p.196

       c. I.Y.T.: p.207 1-2

4. REVIEW & ANSWER:

  Key Questions:

a.  What were the best methods of travel for settlers moving west?

b.  How do you anticipate this affecting Indian Territory & the Indians?

 

Opening the West & Indian Territory ch.8 UNIT TEST:

Monday 4-9-12

 

FRIDAY: 4-6

 

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW:

       Key Questions:

a.  What were the best methods of travel for settlers moving west?

b.  How do you anticipate this affecting Indian Territory & the Indians?

 

3.DO:

·       Take 2 pieces of paper (computer paper preferably) & cut it into equal parts

·       Staple to create a‘mini-book’

·       On the cover– write: Trails-Roads-Stage Route in Indian Territory

·       Draw a map to represent each Trail-Road through Indian Territory

o  Use 2 pages per trail-road.

§ 1stpage = title of map&bulleted key facts

o  Be sure to include bulleted facts in TOP LEFT for each map (1stpage of each map in book)

·       Include each of the following in your ‘mini-book’

o  Table of Contents = p.1

o  Introduction = p.2

o  p. 3-4 Santa Fe Trail – including Cimarron Route, Cold Springs, Autograph-Signature Rock

o  p. 5-6 Texas Road

o  p. 7-8 California Road

o  p. 9-10 Butterfield Stage Route – with (at least 5) station locations & names.

o  p.11Prairie Traveler – brief review

o  p. 12Impact on Indians

o  p. 13 KEY FACTS REVIEW

p. 14 Resources used & “About the Author”



 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 3-26 to 3-30-12

MONDAY: 3-26

1. Welcome back

2. Final Push to e.o.s. & hand out grade checks-missing grades

3. OUTLINE: Section 1: Forts: based on

       a. Purpose of Forts on the Frontier

         b. Negotiating Peace:

                  1. Purpose

                  2. Results (3-5)

         c. Forts Built

                  1. List of new forts built

                  2. Map out (create & draw) locations of each

         d. Surveying:

                  1. Explain why surveying was important in Indian Terr.

         e. Explain how Texas Independence affected Indian Terr.

 

TUESDAY: 3-27VOCAB. QUIZ: THURSDAY 3-29

1. FINISH:Outlining section 1 ch.7

2. REVIEW:Board Notes

3. DO: III Spotlight on Buffalo p.172-173

       a. Read p.172-173

       b. Define: Buffalo

       c. Explain the variety of ways Indians used Buffalos

       d. Impact of Western Settlement on: the # of Buffalo

       e. Buffalo’s impact on the land itself

 

WEDNESDAY: 3-28 VOCAB. QUIZ: THURSDAY 3-29

1. PICK UP:

       a. Tribal Governments Chart

       b. Ipad

2. DO:Review Life in Indian Territory

       a. Complete the Chart handout

       b. use your book, ipad, textbook online powerpoint, Crescent summary

 

THURSDAY: 3-29

1. PICK UP:

STUDY:

2.VOCAB. QUIZ: THURSDAY 3-29



 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 3-12 to 3-15-12

MONDAY: 3-12CURRENT EVENT ARTICLE – due tomorrow!

COMPLETE EACH(a – d) on separate pieces of paper

a.  READ & NOTE: p.458 – 467 

b.  I.Y.T.’s Section 1 – 2 all questions listed

c.    READ & NOTE: p.468 – 477

d.  I.Y.T.’s Section 3 – 4 all questions listed

 

DUE: A-B Monday 3-12-12 & C-D Thursday 3-15-12

1. TURN IN:I.Y.T.’s Section 2 ch.18 p.466

2.Hand back: I.Y.T. h.w. & Indian Removal Unit Review w.s.

3. GUEST SPEAKER – SAFE DATINGToday through next Wednesday 3-14-12

 

TUESDAY: 3-13

1. TURN IN:CURRENT EVENT ARTICLE

2.Hand back: I.Y.T. h.w.

3. GUEST SPEAKER – SAFE DATINGToday through next Wednesday 3-14-12




  

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 3-5 to 3-9-12

 

5 NATIONS – INDIAN REMOVAL UNIT TEST: WED. 3-7-12

 

MONDAY: 3-5     

 

1. PICK UP:IV Indian Removal CHART w.s.

2. REVIEW:Indian Relocation: Map w.s.

3. WORK ON:IV Indian Removal CHART w.s. – BE SURE TO: answer the follow – up questions

 

 

TUESDAY: 3-6             

1. FINISH:IV Indian Removal CHART w.s.

2. REVIEW:IV Indian Removal CHART w.s.

3. REVIEW:IV FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES & INDIAN REMOVAL BOARD NOTES– SEE PHOTO/DOCS page

       

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 3-7

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER

TURN IN:Unit Review w.s. ONCE I CALL FOR IT

2.5 NATIONS – INDIAN REMOVAL UNIT TEST

3. POST TEST: DO: Oklahoma 1980 - Today (ch.18)

 

       COMPLETE EACH(a – d) on separate pieces of paper

a.  READ & NOTE: p.458 – 467 

b.  I.Y.T.’s Section 1 – 2 all questions listed

c.    READ & NOTE: p.468 – 477

d.  I.Y.T.’s Section 3 – 4 all questions listed

 

DUE: A-B Monday 3-12-12 & C-D Thursday 3-15-12





LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 2-24 to 3-2-12

 

FRIDAY: 2-24

 

1. STUDY for Monday’s Explorer’s Unit Test

               

MONDAY: 2-27   

 

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST:

2.EXPLORERS UNIT TEST FRIDAY 2-25-12

3: POST TEST:Five Civilized Tribes & Indian Removal Unit

a.  READ & NOTE: p.140 – 147

b.  I.Y.T. p.147 #1-3

c.    READ & NOTE: p.148 – 161

d.  I.Y.T. p.161 #1-3

 

TUESDAY: 2-28   Five Civilized Tribes & Indian Removal Unit       

1. REVIEW:Unit Review Board

2.

I. FINISH: POST TEST:                II. TEST MAKE UPS

a.  READ & NOTE: p.140 – 147

b.  I.Y.T. p.147 #1-3

c.    READ & NOTE: p.148 – 161

d.  I.Y.T. p.161 #1-3

       

POP QUIZ: Fill-in-Blank

WEDNESDAY: 2-29

group ‘A’ vocab. quiz Thursday group ‘B’ vocab. qz Friday

1. PICK UP: 

2.REVIEW:

       I Pre-Removal: INDIAN TERRITORY board notes

3.POP QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ: copy: board notes:III Pre-Removal: 5 Civilized Tribes


 

THURSDAY: 3-1

Group ‘B’ vocab. quiz FRIDAY

1. PICK UP:

a.  Indian Relocation: Summary Notes

b.  Indian Relocation: Map w.s.

c.    5 Nations – Indian Removal Unit Review w.s. (due test day)

STUDY:

2.Group ‘A’ vocab. quiz

3. POST QUIZ: BEGIN: in order listed below

a. Indian Relocation: Summary Notes

b. Indian Relocation: Map w.s.

c. 5 Nations – Indian Removal Unit Review w.s. (due test day)

4. REVIEW: board notes:III Pre-Removal: 5 Civilized Tribes

Be able to answer the following questions based on the board note CHART.

a.  List the 5 Nations

b.  Which nations are Muscogee?

c.    Which nations

d.  What does this mean about a nation without a written constitution?

e.   Which nations had divided leadership? How can you anticipate this will affect their view of relocating west?

f.     Which nations were
    
i.     MOST ASSIMILATED how so? give examples
   
ii.     LEAST ASSIMILATED how so? give examples
   
  iii.     Had a written constitution

  
iv.     Which ones didn’t have a written constitution?

    v.     
Which nations do you anticipate will

1.     RESIST REMOVAL

2.   NOT RESIST REMOVAL  explain for both

5 NATIONS – INDIAN REMOVAL UNIT TEST: WED. 3-7-12

FRIDAY: 3-2

 

1. STUDY:

2.Group ‘B’ vocab. quiz

3. POST QUIZ: FINISH & REVIEW: Thursday’s post quiz assignment.


 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 2-20 to 2-25-12

 

FRIDAY: 2-17

BINDER CHECK (while you are researching)

1. STUDY:

2.EXPLORERS CHART QUIZ p.1

3.EXPLORERS CHART QUIZ p.2 next TUESDAY

4. POST QUIZ:

a.  COMPLETE:MAJOR EXPLORERS CHART p. 2 (use ipads if needed)

b.  MAKE:flash cards in prep for Tuesday’s quiz

 

 

5. COPY BOARD NOTES #3 (see board to your right)

               

MONDAY: 2-20  

EXPLORERS CHART QUIZ p.2 WEDNESDAY 2-22

 

OFF – NO SCHOOL

 

TUESDAY: 2-21   

EXPLORERS CHART QUIZ p.2 WEDNESDAY 2-22

BINDER CHECK – continue as needed

1. FINISH:COMPLETE:MAJOR EXPLORERS CHART p. 2

2. REVIEW:MAJOR EXPLORERS CHART p. 2

       - use the review board review statements to check your chart for accuracy

       

3. MAKE:flash cards in prep for Wednesday’s quiz   

 

 

 

EXPLORERS UNIT TEST FRIDAY 2-25-12

WEDNESDAY: 2-22

BINDER CHECK – see me before school or at lunch

1. STUDY & quick review

2.EXPLORERS CHART QUIZ p.2

3. POST QUIZ: Do

a.  Understanding the Facts p. 108 #5-7

b.  It’s Your Turn p. 121 #1-3

USE SEPARATE PAPER FOR a & b

c.    What’s the difference between:

                                                                                                            i.     Treaty of Paris 1763

                                                                                                         ii.     Treaty of Paris 1783

d.  Louisiana Purchase

                                                                                                            i.     When

                                                                                                         ii.     Why’d we buy it

                                                                                                      iii.     Who was president

                                                                                                      iv.     From whom

                                                                                                         v.     How much $

                                                                                                      vi.     How many acres

                                                                                                   vii.     What did it lead to

                                                                                                viii.     What is Adams-Onís Treaty 1819

       

 

EXPLORERS UNIT TEST FRIDAY 2-25-12

THURSDAY: 2-23

 

1. FINISH:post quiz assignment

2. REVIEW: Do

a.  Understanding the Facts p. 108 #5-7

b.  It’s Your Turn p. 121 #1-3

c.    What’s the difference between:

                                                                                                            i.     Treaty of Paris 1763

                                                                                                         ii.     Treaty of Paris 1783

d.  Louisiana Purchase

                                                                                                            i.     When

                                                                                                         ii.     Why’d we buy it

                                                                                                      iii.     Who was president

                                                                                                      iv.     From whom

                                                                                                         v.     How much $

                                                                                                      vi.     How many acres

                                                                                                   vii.     What did it lead to

                                                                                                viii.     What is Adams-Onís Treaty 1819

 

 

 

FRIDAY: 2-24

 

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST:

2.EXPLORERS UNIT TEST FRIDAY 2-25-12

3: POST TEST:

a.  READ & NOTE: p.140 – 147

b.  I.Y.T. p.147 #1-3

c.    READ & NOTE: p.148 – 161

d.  I.Y.T. p.161 #1-3



  

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 2-13 to 2-17-12

 

MONDAY: REVIEW QUIZ #1 : p.78-83 – use read & note, text, board notes

FRIDAY: 2-10BINDER CHECK next WEDNESDAY!!

1. STUDY:

2.VOCAB. QUIZ: GROUP ‘A’ TERMS(IN GREEN)

3. POST QUIZ:

a.  FINISH:Heavener Runestone Reading

b.  FINISH:board notes #1-2

3. REVIEW:

a.  Heavener Runestone Reading

b.  I.Y.T. p.83

c.    Board Notes #1-2

4. TURN IN:I.Y.T. p.83

5. REVIEW ON MY TEACHER WEB:BINDER ORGANIZATION

 

VOCAB. QUIZ: GROUP ‘B’ TERMS(in BLUE)

BINDER CHECK WEDNESDAY!!

MONDAY: 2-13   

 

1. PICK UP:AGREE or DISAGREE handout (review EXPLORERS ch4 S1)

2. STUDY

3. REVIEW:

a.  Exploration Age Board Notes #1 -2

b.  Heavener Runestone Reading

c.    READ & NOTE p.78 - 83

4.REVIEW QUIZ #1

5. POST QUIZ:DO: AGREE or DISAGREE handout (review EXPLORERS ch4 S1)

 

 

TUESDAY: 2-14   BINDER CHECK WEDNESDAY!!     

1. PICK UP:MAJOR EXPLORERS CHART

2. STUDY:

3.VOCAB. QUIZ: GROUP ‘B’ TERMS

4. POST QUIZ:WORK ON:MAJOR EXPLORERS CHART

       DO: each of the following:

a.  Get a lap top from the cart

b.  Login

c.    Go to:http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers

d.  FILL IN your chart using this site & your textbook

 DUE BY:

1STpage completed by Wednesday in class.

2ndpage completed by Thursday in class.

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 2-15

EXPLORERS CHART QUIZ p.1 THURSDAY 2-16

EXPLORERS CHART QUIZ p.2 FRIDAY 2-17

1. CONTINUE:WORK ON:MAJOR EXPLORERS CHART

       DO: each of the following:

a.  Get a lap top from the cart

b.  Login

c.    Go to:http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers

FILL IN your chart using this site & your textbook

2.BINDER CHECK (while you are researching)

 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 2-6 to 2-10-12

 

FRIDAY: 2-3 ANCIENT INDIANS UNIT TEST: MONDAY 2-5-11

 

1. STUDY:

2.ANCIENT INDIANS REVIEW QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:

a.  MAKE:FLASHCARDS – As prep. for Monday’s unit test

STUDY:Your study materials and flashcards              

 

 

MONDAY: 2-6            

 

1. STUDY & Number paper for test

2.ANCIENT INDIANS UNIT TEST

3. POST TEST: Begin today and have complete by beginning of class Wednesday 2-8EXPLORATION UNIT

a.  READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83 (all: captions, something extra’s & spotlight)

b.  DO: It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1 – 3

c.    ANSWER: on same page as I.Y.T. – Explain the Indian spiritual and religious beliefs. Include info. on theGreat Spirit,Mother Earth,totems, andshamans

d.  LIST: ALLEuropean explorersmentioned – include whichnations they sailed for.

e.   Give the ‘GIST’: Spotlight p.81 – briefly explain 3-5 facts about what happened atThe Battle of the Twin Villages.

 

VOCAB. QUIZ: FRIDAY – GROUP ‘A’ TERMS(IN GREEN)

TUESDAY: 2-7     MAKE UP TEST: START OF CLASS          

1. FINISH: POST TEST: Begin today and have complete by beginning of class Wednesday 2-8

a.  READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83 (all: captions, something extra’s & spotlight)

b.  DO: It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1 – 3

c.    ANSWER: on same page as I.Y.T. – Explain the Indian spiritual and religious beliefs. Include info. on the Great Spirit, Mother Earth, totems, and shamans

d.  LIST: ALL European explorers mentioned – include which nations they sailed for.

e.   Give the ‘GIST’: Spotlight p.81 – briefly explain 3-5 facts about what happened at The Battle of the Twin Villages.

 

2. TEST REVIEW:Review results of Ancient Indians results

 

3. INTRO:Exploration: Columbus in the America’s – see UNIT REVIEW BOARD

 

VOCAB. QUIZ: FRIDAY – GROUP ‘A’ TERMS(IN GREEN)

WEDNESDAY: 2-8BINDER CHECK FRIDAY!! (counts as a quiz)

1. PICK UP:Who’s Involved Here w.s. (review of Ch.3 Section 2)

2. DO:Who’s Involved Here w.s. (review of Ch.3 Section 2) HOMEWORK – if not finished in class.

3.CONTINUE REVIEW: Ancient Indians Test (2nd– 5thhours)

4. COPY BOARD NOTES:

 

VOCAB. QUIZ: FRIDAY – GROUP ‘A’ TERMS(IN GREEN)

MONDAY: REVIEW QUIZ: p.78-83 – use read & note, text, board notes

 

THURSDAY: 2-9BINDER CHECK next WEDNESDAY!! (counts as a quiz)

 

1. PICK UP:Heavener Runestone Reading

2.READ & COMPLETE: Heavener Runestone Reading

3. REVIEW:BINDER CHECK DIRECTIONS

4. REVIEW ON MY TEACHER WEB:BINDER ORGANIZATION

 

MONDAY: REVIEW QUIZ: p.78-83 – use read & note, text, board notes

FRIDAY: 2-10BINDER CHECK next WEDNESDAY!!

1. STUDY:

2.VOCAB. QUIZ: GROUP ‘A’ TERMS(IN GREEN)

3. POST QUIZ:

a.  FINISH:Heavener Runestone Reading

b.  FINISH:board notes #1-2

3. REVIEW:

a.  Heavener Runestone Reading

b.  I.Y.T. p.83

c.    Board Notes #1-2

4. TURN IN:I.Y.T. p.83

5. REVIEW ON MY TEACHER WEB:BINDER ORGANIZATION




 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 1-30 to 2-3-12

 

FRIDAY: 1-27      VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 1/31 (see Overview #I)

 

1. FINISH: POST TEST:

a.  READ & NOTE: p.64-77

    

i. READ & SUMMARIZE: all captions, Something Extra’s (S.E.) & Maps

ii. Put the page # of each caption, S.E., &

iii.Label S.E.’s & Map facts – see example listed below
                                                                               

EXAMPLE: READ & NOTE:

 

p.64 S.E.: Archaeologists dig in middens or ancient dumps in search for artifacts about ancient people.

2. REVIEW: OVERVIEW BOARD:Oklahoma’s Ancient Indians key facts.

3. CONTINUE:DO:

a.  It’s Your Turn p.77 #3

b.  Understanding the Facts p.84 #1-3

DUE: MONDAY: 1/30/12

 

               

MONDAY: 1-30   VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 1/31 (see Overview #I)

 

1. FINISH

a.  It’s Your Turn p.77 #3

b.  Understanding the Facts p.84 #1-3

2. REVIEW:Proof read a classmates h.w. & make corrections on yours once it is returned.

 

3. REVIEW:READ & NOTE: p.64-77

       LOOKING FOR FACTS ABOUT:

a.  Scientific study of prehistory

b.  Understand scientific dating practices & purposes

c.    DIFFERING VIEWS:How Indians 1stcame to America p.67

 

ANCIENT INDIANS REVIEW QUIZ: Fri. 2-3-12

TUESDAY: 1-31                   

1. PICK UP:
     a.
Oklahoma Ancient Indian Cultures chart

     b. Ancient Indians Matching w.s.

STUDY

2.VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:DO:Oklahoma Prehistoric Cultures matching w.s. & chart(KNOW FOR QUIZ)

LOOK FOR INFORMATION ABOUT:

a.  Defining who the 5 Ancient Indians we’re discussing

b.  Define hunter-gatherer from agrarian cultures

c.    Find elements of technology 1stused & the impact on their lives.

 

WEDNESDAY: 2-1ANCIENT INDIANS REVIEW QUIZ: Fri 2-3

1. PICK UP:
Identifying Early Oklahomans w.s.(KNOW FOR QUIZ)

2. CONTINUE WORK ON:Oklahoma Prehistoric Cultures chart

3.REVIEW &EXPLAIN:INFORMATION ABOUT:

a.  Defining who the 5 Ancient Indians we’re discussing

b.  Define hunter-gatherer from agrarian cultures

c.    Find elements of technology 1stused & the impact on their lives.

 

 

ANCIENT INDIANS REVIEW QUIZ: Friday 2-3-12

THURSDAY: 2-2

 

1. PICK UP:Spiro Mounds Reading

2. DO:

a.  READ: Spiro Mounds Reading

b.  ANSWER: Questions on hand out

c.    ASNWER: Was the Spiro Mounds a Treasure Trove or an Archaeological Crime? Pick one side of the argument and provide 3 – 5 examples to justify your perspective.

3. STUDY:FOR tomorrow’sAncient Indians Review Quiz

 

FRIDAY: 2-3UNIT TEST: MONDAY 2-5-11

 

1. STUDY:

2.ANCIENT INDIANS REVIEW QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:

a.  MAKE:FLASHCARDS – As prep. for Monday’s unit test

STUDY:Your study materials and flashcards

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 1-23 to 1-27-12

 

FRIDAY: 1-20 NATURAL RESOURCES QUIZ: Monday 1-23-12

1. PICK UP:Natural Resources hand out

FINISH: POST QUIZ: Do the following:

       a. Read section 3 of ch.2

       b. LIST: all natural resources explained in the reading

       c. DO: It’s Your Turn: p.53 #’s 1-3

       d. Natural Resources outline notes hand out – use as you read ch.2 section 3

2. HAND BACK & REVIEW:The Guardian w.s. grades

3. REVIEW:Your answers for It’s Your Turn – using our ‘BEST ANSWER’ policy for your written responses

 

1sttest: Thursday 1-26-12    

MONDAY: 1-23   Oklahoma Weather Quiz Wednesday 1-25

 

1. PICK UP:Oklahoma Weather Extremes hand out

FINISH:Natural Resources outline notes hand out

2. REVIEW:

a.  It’s Your Turn: p.53 #1-3 TURN IN once requested

b.  Outline notes handout

c.    Board notes – right side of classroom

3.NATURAL RESOURCES QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ:

a.  Read ch.2 section 4

b.  DO: Oklahoma Weather Extremes hand out

 

 

 

TUESDAY: 1-24   Oklahoma Weather Quiz Wednesday 1-25

1. STUDY:

2.NATURAL RESOURCES QUIZ

POST QUIZ:

a.  Readch.2 section 4

b.  DO: Oklahoma Weather Extremes hand out

3. REVIEW:In 5 sentences – describe Oklahoma’s weather

       BE SURE TO: Include 5 different facts/elements about Oklahoma’s weather to have a thorough review

 

WEDNESDAY: 1-25

1. STUDY:

2.REVIEW:In 5 sentences – describe Oklahoma’s weather

       BE SURE TO: Include 5 different facts/elements about Oklahoma’s weather to have a thorough review

3.Oklahoma Weather Quiz

4. POST QUIZ:

a.  FLASH CARDS: MAKE 8-10 as review for tomorrow’s test

b.  REVIEW with a classmate – your flashcards & see if you both covered at least 2 facts per topic (see topic list below)

                                                                                    i.     Oklahoma key facts/stats

                                                                                 ii.     OK’s geographic regions

                                                                              iii.     OK’s natural resources

                                                                              iv.     OK’s extreme weather  

 

 

THURSDAY: 1-26

 

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST:

2. LIGHTENING REVIEW

3.OKLAHOMA GEOGRAPHY – WEATHER TEST

4. POST TEST:

a.  READ & NOTE: p.64-77

                                                                                    i.     READ & SUMMARIZE: all captions, Something Extra’s (S.E.) & Maps

                                                                                 ii.     Put the page # of each caption, S.E., & Map

                                                                              iii.     Label S.E.’s & Map facts – see example listed below

b.  DO: It’s Your Turn p.77 #3

c.    DO: Understanding the Facts p.84 #1-3

 

EXAMPLE: READ & NOTE:

 

p.64 S.E.: Archaeologists dig in middens or ancient dumps in search for artifacts about ancient people.

 

 

FRIDAY: 1-27

 

1. FINISH: POST TEST:

a.  READ & NOTE: p.64-77

                                                                                    i.     READ & SUMMARIZE: all captions, Something Extra’s (S.E.) & Maps

                                                                                 ii.     Put the page # of each caption, S.E., & Map

                                                                              iii.     Label S.E.’s & Map facts – see example listed below

 

EXAMPLE: READ & NOTE:

 

p.64 S.E.: Archaeologists dig in middens or ancient dumps in search for artifacts about ancient people.

2. REVIEW: OVERVIEW BOARD:Oklahoma’s Ancient Indians key facts.

3. CONTINUE:DO:

a.  It’s Your Turn p.77 #3

b.  Understanding the Facts p.84 #1-3

DUE: MONDAY: 1/30/12

 

 

 

 




 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK: 1-17 to 1-20-12

 

FRIDAY: 1-13

1. FINISH & STUDY:Oklahoma Key Geographic Facts

a. Oklahoma Key Geographic Facts MAP

2.Geography Quiz

3. POST QUIZ:

         a. Copy board notes & answer questions (right wall board)

         b. Due Tuesday:Oklahoma Geographic Regions w.s.(know key facts for quiz on Wednesday of next week)

 

4. Work on: Geographic Regions w.s.

 

               

MONDAY: 1-16    

 

NO SCHOOL – MLK DAY

 

TUESDAY: 1-17            

1. FINISH:Oklahoma Geographic Regions w.s.

2. REVIEW:Oklahoma Geographic Regions w.s.

       

3. WORK ON:Oklahoma Geographic Regions chart

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 1-18

1. FINISH:Oklahoma Geographic Regions chart

2.GROUP WORK (by rows):Create one of the following

       a. Newspaper Article

       b. Mystery Tour

       c. Travel Brochure

* Be sure that whatever you create explains a geographic region(s) & has notable landmarks, cities, & natural resources listed.

THURSDAY: 1-19

 

1. STUDY

2. FINISH:GROUP WORK creation

3. REVIEW: Geographic Regions creations

4.GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS QUIZ

5. POST QUIZ: Do the following:

       a. Read section 3 of ch.2 Oklahoma’s Natural Resources

       b. LIST: allnatural resourcesexplained in the reading

       c. DO: It’s Your Turn: p.53 #’s 1-3

 

FRIDAY: 1-20 NATURAL RESOURCES QUIZ: Monday 1-23-12

 

1. PICK UP:Natural Resources hand out

FINISH: POST QUIZ: Do the following:

       a. Read section 3 of ch.2

       b. LIST: all natural resources explained in the reading

       c. DO: It’s Your Turn: p.53 #’s 1-3

       d. Natural Resources hand out – use as you read ch.2 section 3

2. HAND BACK & REVIEW:The Guardian w.s. grades

3. REVIEW:Your answers for It’s Your Turn – using our ‘BEST ANSWER’ policy for your written responses




  

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 1-9 to 1-13-12

FRIDAY: 1-6

1. PICK UP:The Guardian w.s. (Due Monday)

CUT OFF:Syllabus & turn in when asked for

2.PICK UP: Oklahoma Textbook – first 5 minutes of class

3. FINISH & REVIEW:The Guardian w.s.

         a. read w.s.

         b. answer questions

4. REVIEW:

         a. class guidelines & rules

         b. turn in signature section

 

MONDAY: 1-9         Geography Key Facts Quiz: Friday 1-13-12

1. PICK UP:Oklahoma Symbols w.s.

2. FINISH & REVIEW:The Guardian w.s.

         a. read w.s.

         b. answer questions

3. HOMEWORK:

·      Do: Oklahoma Symbols crossword puzzle (due: Tuesday: 1-10)

  

TUESDAY: 1-10                 Geography Key Facts Quiz: Friday 1-13-12

1. PICK UP: 

a. Student Information Sheet

            1. complete top now #1-4

            2. finish goals at home & turn-in Wednesday

b. My Goals w.s.

c. 7 Steps to Setting Goals

TURN IN: The Guardian w.s.: When told to.

2. REVIEW:Oklahoma Symbols crossword puzzle,FINISH at home if not done by end of class

3. REVIEW:DISCUSS GOAL SETTING

         a. Read & underline key words or phrases for each of the 7 Steps of Goal Setting

b. Answer each of the following:

         1. Goal Setting’s 3 Main Purposes are?

         2. My MOST ambitious goal in life is…?

4. Fill Out:My Goals w.s. & keep in your binder – BEHIND – your syllabus

 

WEDNESDAY: 1-11                           Geography Quiz: Friday1-13

1. PICK UP:

         a. Oklahoma map w.s.

         b. Oklahoma folding map (back left corner of my room)

         c. Final’s Review Sheet – Semester Study Guide & Themes

 

2. REVIEW:7 Steps of Goal Setting

a. Write:

1. On Back of goal setting sheet – whatever you hi-lited/underlined

2. Key word or phrase per step on the board

b. DISCUSS GOAL SETTING 3 main purposes

c.turn inStudent Info. & Goals sheet.

 3.DO:

         *Draw & Label 5 Major:

                  1. Cities

                  2. Bodies of Water (rivers/lakes)

                  3. Roads (interstates/turnpikes/state highways)

                  4. Parks/Recreation locations

4. FINISH:Oklahoma map w.s. – H.W. if not completed.

   a. Oklahoma Final Review Sheet – semester overview

   b. Oklahoma folding map (back left corner of my room)

5. COPY:Oklahoma Key Geographic Facts – know for Friday’s Quiz

(see Photo/docs link for board notes: "Know for first quiz")

THURSDAY: 1-12
  Geography Quiz: Friday1-13

1. COPY:Board notes: Oklahoma’s Geographic Facts (know for tomorrow’ 1stquiz)

2. FILL IN:

         a. Find answers for Oklahoma’s Geographic Facts board notes

         b. Write answers on board

3. REVIEW:

a.Oklahoma’s major geographic features - objectives

b. Oklahoma’s major geographic features

4. DO:Oklahoma map w.s.

*Review Oklahoma’s Major:

                  1. Cities

                  2. Bodies of Water (rivers/lakes)

                  3. Roads (interstates/turnpikes/state highways)

                  4. Parks/Recreation locations

 

FRIDAY: 1-13

1. FINISH & STUDY:Oklahoma Key Geographic Facts

a. Oklahoma Key Geographic Facts MAP

2. REVIEW: (continued from Wed.)

a.Oklahoma’s major geographic features - objectives

b. Oklahoma’s major geographic features

3.Geography Quiz

4. POST QUIZ:

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 1-2 to 1-6-12

 

MONDAY - WEDNESDAY:

 

NO SCHOOL

 

WELCOME TO OKLAHOMA HISTORY WITH

 MR. WORTMANN

THURSDAY: 1-5

1. PICK UP:

a.SYLLABUS/ CLASS RULES: see table in front of my desk

 

2. REVIEW:

 

         a. Welcome back & introduction

         b. What to expect from Mr. Wortmann

         c. Syllabus & class rules review

 

*HOMEWORK: turn in your signed syllabus/class rules

 


FRIDAY: 1-6

 

1. PICK UP:The Guardian w.s. (Due Monday)

CUT OFF:Syllabus & turn inwhen asked for

2.PICK UP: Oklahoma Textbook – first 5 minutes of class

3. FINISH & REVIEW:The Guardian w.s.

         a. read w.s.

         b. answer questions

  

SCANTRON TEST – 90 QUESTIONS: 50 multiple choice

                                                                 40 matching (4 word banks)

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  12-12 to 12-16-11

FINAL’S WEEK 1ST, 3RD, 5TH HOUR FRIDAY 12-16-11

FRIDAY: 12-9

 

1. FINISH: Any remaining posters

2. REVIEW:

        a. Poster Project – vote top 3 in each class

        b. Poster Project – pro’s & con’s

3. REVIEW: Key Facts about Statehood & 20th Century

               

MONDAY: 12-12  

 

1. FINISH: Extra Credit from last Thursday

2. TURN IN: Extra Credit – all 3 pages

·       BE SURE TO: Write on page 1 how you want your extra credit applied:

Exempt worst homework

Exempt worst quiz

Add 2 points to lowest test score

Add 2 points to poster project

3. Review: Land Run & Opening – board notes from Friday

4. HAND BACK: copy of rubric for poster projects

·       If you would like – visit with me one-on-one to discuss your project & how it was graded like it was.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY: 12-13          

1. MAKE: FLASH CARDS – final’s review of:

·       Vocab.

·       Key People

2. REVIEW: Key Facts about Oklahoma in the 1900’s to today


1.   Statehood Day: Nov 16, 1907

 

2.   First Oil Boom (Nellie Johnston #1)

 

3.   Tulsa Race Riot of 1921

 

4.   The Dust Bowl

 

5.   Irrigation (Port of Catoosa)

 

6.   Route 66 – “Mother Road”

 

7.   Boom – Bust Oil business (1970’s to 1980’s)

 

8.    Murrah Bombing Apr 19, 1995

9.   May 3 Tornadoes: 1999


 

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 12-14

1. MAKE: FLASH CARDS – final’s review of:

·       Key People - cont.

·       Key Events – #’s 1-11 (of Final’s Review Sheet)

2. REVIEW: Key Facts about Oklahoma in the 1900’s to today

        CONTINUE where we left off from Tuesday

 

       

FINAL’S WEEK 1ST, 3RD, 5TH HOUR FRIDAY 12-16-11

THURSDAY: 12-15

  

SCANTRON TEST – 90 QUESTIONS: 50 multiple choice

                                                                 40 matching (4 word banks)

1. MAKE: FLASH CARDS – final’s review of:

·       Key People - cont.

·       Key Events – #’s 12-24 (of Final’s Review Sheet)

2. FINAL’S REVIEW

3. QUIZ GAME!! (I NEED DUM DUM’S!!)

 

FRIDAY: 12-16

 

1. STUDY & FILL – IN SCANTRON

2. FINAL:

3. POST TEST:

·       Sit quietly

·       Read

·       Listen to headphones

·       Study for final for another class


 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  12-5 to 12-9-11

 

FRIDAY: 12-2

VOCAB. QUIZ: TUESDAY 12/6/11

1. COPY: vocab. terms & define – write answers on board for review

2. WORK ON:

        a. Land Run Map w.s.

        b. Land Run w.s.: Key People, Places & Things w.s.

               

MONDAY: 12-5    POSTER PROJECT: due TUESDAY 12/7/11

 

1. PICK UP: Agree/Disagree: Review w.s. of Outlaws & Land Run

2. Review: Agree/Disagree: Review w.s. of Outlaws & Land Run

        a. in groups of 2

        b. as a class

3. CLASS REVIEW: vocab. terms review crossword puzzle (ONLINE)

 

TUESDAY: 12-6           

1. FINISH: Worcester v. Georgia

2. VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ: work on poster project

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 12-7

1. LAST MINUTE FINISHING TOUCHES: POSTER PROJECT

2. PROJECT REVIEW

        A. TEACHER GRADES PROJECTS

        B. STUDENTS REVIEW EACH PROJECT

·       write 3 facts you’ve learned about each project

·       star the projects you like best

double start the project you like the best (and vote for that project as ‘best in class’)


 

THURSDAY: 12-8

 

1. PICK UP: EXTRA CREDIT – FINAL’s REVIEW w.s.’s

        a. Semester Review p.1

        b. Semester Review p.2

        c. Semester Review p.3

2. FINISH: Review of Posters

        a. by students – 3 facts about each student poster

        b. by teacher – grading each poster

3. FINALS PREP: make flashcards and/or other study review aides

 

FRIDAY: 12-9

 

1. FINISH: Any remaining posters

2. REVIEW:

        a. Poster Project – vote top 3 in each class

        b. Poster Project – pro’s & con’s

3. REVIEW: Key Facts about Statehood & 20th Century




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  11-28 to 12-2-11

 

FRIDAY: 11-18

1. PICK UP: Map w.s.: Trails, Cattle Drive Trails, & Rail Roads

2. PICK POSTER PROJECT TOPICS: Students select which project topic to review for their poster project due Dec.7th, 2011.

3. REVIEW: Opening of Indian Territory Unit 7 Unit: Trails, RR, & Cattle Drives

4. WORK ON: Map w.s.: Trails, Cattle Drive Trails, & Rail Roads

               

MONDAY: 11-28  

REVIEW QUIZ: MAJOR TRAILS, CATTLE DRIVES, RAILS WEDNESDAY 11-30-11

 

1. FINISH: 11-18’s Map w.s. from Friday before break

2. HAND BACK: graded mini-project: 4 scene comic

3. Review: MAJOR TRAILS, CATTLE DRIVES, RAILS through Indian Territory

4. Read & Note: REVIEW

a. Read & Note: p.198 to 207

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.207 #1-2

        c. Understanding the Facts: p.208 #2-5

 

REVIEW QUIZ: MAJOR TRAILS, CATTLE DRIVES, RAILS WEDNESDAY 11-30-11

TUESDAY: 11-29          

1. FINISH: ANY work for this unit & ask me if you have any PROJECT questions

2. REVIEW: MAJOR TRAILS, CATTLE DRIVES, RAILS through Indian Territory

 

       

WEDNESDAY: 11-30

1. STUDY:

2. REVIEW TIME:

3. REVIEW QUIZ: MAJOR TRAILS, CATTLE DRIVES, RAILS

4. POST QUIZ: Begin: Outlaws, Land Run & then Statehood

        a. Read & Note: p.280 – 285

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.285 #1-2

        c. Read & Note: p.292 – 303

        d. It’s Your Turn: p.303 #1-4

Define each listed below:

1.       Firewater                        7. Boomers          13. “fraidy hole”

2.       Bootlegger                      8. riders

3.       Jurisdiction                     9. squatters

4.       The “Hanging Judge” 10. sooners

5.       Dawes Act                     11. “Harrison’s Hoss Race”

6.       Curtis Act                      12. “soddie”

       

 

       

 

 




  

 

THURSDAY: 12-1

VOCAB. QUIZ: TUESDAY 12/6/11

1. PICK UP:

        a. FINAL’s REVIEW SHEET (use as a guide for the last few weeks of the semester & to study for our FINAL

        b. Land Run Map w.s.

        c. Land Run w.s.: Key People, Places & Things w.s.

2. FINISH: WEDNESDAY’S POST QUIZ WORK

3. REVIEW: Poster Project: Tips & Guide to getting any ‘A’ handout.




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  11-14 to 11-18-11

 

FRIDAY: 11-11

UNIT TEST: NEXT TUES./WED: Civil War & Reconstruction

1. FINISH: Yesterday’s ‘Post Quiz’ assignment to introduce: Reconstruction Ear & Indian Territory

2. REVIEW: Veteran’s Day Video: http://www.va.gov/opa/vetsday/

3. REVIEW: Intro to Reconstruction Era

        Answer each of the following:

a.  What are each of the 3 Reconstruction Amendments?

b. What event changed the course of the Reconstruction for the country? Explain how.

c.   What were 4 things the end of the Civil War brought?

d. What was the impact of the Pacific RR Act & Homestead Act?

e.  What role did D.N. Cooley play with the Tribal Treaties after the Civil War?

f.    Explain what each tribe had to agree to with the Tribal Treaties after the Civil War?

               

MONDAY: 11-14  

UNIT TEST: WED.: Civil War & Reconstruction

1. FINISH: Friday’s board notes

2. Review: Reconstruction Era

 

UNIT TEST: will cover each of the following:

        a. Causes of the Civil War

        b. Failed Compromises/Acts

        c. Major Battles of Civil War in Indian Territory

        d. Reconstruction Era & it’s impact on Indian Territory

 

 

TUESDAY: 11-15 UNIT TEST: WED.: Civil War & Reconstruction

 

1. PICK UP: Project Directions & Key People review sheet
STUDY & MAKE FLASH CARDS:

2. CANDY REVIEW:

        UNIT TEST: will cover each of the following:

        a. Causes of the Civil War

        b. Failed Compromises/Acts

        c. Major Battles of Civil War in Indian Territory

        d. Reconstruction Era & it’s impact on Indian Territory

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 11-16

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER

2. UNIT TEST: WED.: Civil War & Reconstruction

3. POST TEST: Opening of Indian Territory Unit 7

Unit will include: Trails, RR, & Cattle Drives

        a. Read & Note: p.198 to 207

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.207 #1-2

        c. Understanding the Facts: p.208 #2-5 


 

THURSDAY: 11-17

 

1. PICK UP: N/A

2. FINISH: Opening of Indian Territory Unit 7

Unit will include: Trails, Cattle Drives, & RR

        a. Read & Note: p.198 to 207

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.207 #1-2

        c. Understanding the Facts: p.208 #2-5

3. INTRODUCTION:

Opening of Indian Territory Unit 7 Unit: Trails, RR, & Cattle Drives

 

 

FRIDAY: 11-18

 

1. PICK UP: Map w.s.: Trails, Cattle Drive Trails, & Rail Roads

2. PICK POSTER PROJECT TOPICS: Students select which project topic to review for their poster project due Dec.7th, 2011.

3. REVIEW: Opening of Indian Territory Unit 7 Unit: Trails, RR, & Cattle Drives

4. WORK ON: Map w.s.: Trails, Cattle Drive Trails, & Rail Roads



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  11-7 to 11-11-11

 

Mini-Project Directions: 4 scene comic: Civil War battles:

DUE: 11-9-11

THURSDAY: 11-3

 

1. PICK UP: Mini-Project Directions page

2. STUDY:

3. REVIEW QZ: Key Facts/People rev. puzzle w.s.

4. REVIEW:

        a. Mini-Project Directions page

        b. Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

               

MONDAY: 11-7     CIVIL WAR review Quiz (chart review): 11-9-11

 

1. FINISH: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

2. WORK ON: Mini-Project: 4 Scene Comic: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory

3. Review: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

 

 

Mini-Project Directions: 4 scene comic: Civil War battles:

DUE: 11-9-11

 

 

TUESDAY: 11-8 CIVIL WAR review Quiz (chart review): 11-9-11    

No school - FLOODING

 

WEDNESDAY: 11-9 CIVIL WAR review Quiz (chart review)

1. FINISH: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

2. REVIEW: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

3. WORK ON: Mini-Project: 4 Scene Comic: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory

THURSDAY: 11-10

1. STUDY:

2. TURN IN: Mini-Project Directions: 4 scene comic: Civil War battles:

3. CANDY REVIEW: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

4. CIVIL WAR review Quiz (chart review) 

5. POST QUIZ:

        a. READ & NOTE: p.236-239

        b. Write & define all red, bold print terms: p.236-239

        c. It’s Your Turn: p.239

        d. What event changed the course of the Reconstruction for the country? Explain how.

e. Understanding the Facts: p.256 #1

        f. Developing Critical Thinking: p.257 #1     

 

FRIDAY: 11-11

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW: Intro to Reconstruction Era

3. REVIEW: Veteran’s Day Video: http://www.va.gov/opa/vetsday/

4. REVIEW: Intro to Reconstruction Era

        Answer each of the following:

a.  What are each of the 3 Reconstruction Amendments?

b. What event changed the course of the Reconstruction for the country? Explain how.

c.   What were 4 things the end of the Civil War brought?

d. What was the impact of the Pacific RR Act & Homestead Act?

e.  What role did D.N. Cooley play with the Tribal Treaties after the Civil War?

Explain what each tribe had to agree to with the Tribal Treaties after the Civil War?


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  10-31 to 11-4-11

 

FRIDAY: 10-28

 

1. STUDY:

2. REVIEW QUIZ Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

3. POST TEST: Read & Note: p. 218 – 229 All pictures, maps, something extra’s, Voices from the Past & then do It’s Your Turn p.229 (to be turned in for a h.w. grade – put on a separate sheet a paper).

               

MONDAY: 10-31 

 

1. FINISH: Read & Note: p. 218 – 229

2. MAKE UP QUIZZES: REVIEW QUIZ Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

3. INTRODUCE & Review: Civil War in Indian Territory

        Intro Review Questions:

                a. Life in Indian Territory prior to the Civil War was…

                b. Why was ALBERT PIKE important to this time period?

                c. Why did it “make sense” that the Indians would side with the Confederacy?

                d. List the 6 Major Civil War Battles (in chronological order) the Indians fought in/near Indian Territory.

                e. Which battles did/was:

                        i. the Confederates win?

                        ii. Stand Watie fight in?

                        iii. 1st black, white and Indian soldiers fight together in?

                        iv. the largest, bloodiest, and most costly battle in Indian Terrtory?

 

4. Read & Note:

 

 

 

REVIEW QZ: Key Facts/People rev. puzzle w.s. Thurs. 11-4

TUESDAY: 11-1     

1. PICK UP: Key Facts/People review puzzle w.s.

TURN IN: It’s Your Turn p.229

2. FINISH & REVIEW: Intro. Review Question

REVIEW QZ: Key Facts/People rev. puzzle w.s. Thurs. 11-4

WEDNESDAY: 11-2

1. PICK UP: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

2. REVIEW: Key Facts/People review puzzle w.s.

3. CONTINUE REVIEW Intro. Review Question

d. List the 6 Major Civil War Battles (in chronological order) the Indians fought in/near Indian Territory.

                e. Which battles did/was:

                        i. the Confederates win?

                        ii. Stand Watie fight in?

                        iii. 1st black, white and Indian soldiers fight together in?

                        iv. the largest, bloodiest, and most costly battle in Indian

 

4. DO: Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

       

Mini-Project Directions: 4 scene comic: Civil War battles:

DUE: 11-9-11

THURSDAY: 11-3

 

1. PICK UP: Mini-Project Directions page

2. STUDY:

3. REVIEW QZ: Key Facts/People rev. puzzle w.s.

4. REVIEW:

        a. Mini-Project Directions page

        b. Major Civil War Battles in Indian Territory chart

 

FRIDAY: 11-4

 

1. NO SCHOOL 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  10-24 to 10-28-11

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-19

1. Study & number paper

2. QUICK REVIEW PRIOR TO TEST

3. Indian Relocation Test Wednesday 10-19

4. POST TEST: Begin American Civil War

INTRODUCE: Causes of Civil War

        a. read & note p.214-217 All pictures, maps, & something extra’s

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.217 answer questions 1-3

        c. Explain how the Presidential Election of 1860 helped spark the Civil War.

               

MONDAY: 10-24

 

1. FINISH: POST TEST: Begin American Civil War

INTRODUCE: Causes of Civil War

        a. read & note p.214-217 All pictures, maps, & something extra’s

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.217 answer questions 1-3

                c. Explain how the Presidential Election of 1860 helped spark the Civil War.

2. MAKE UP TESTS: Indian Relocation Test Wednesday

3. Review: American Civil War – Failed Compromises & Causes of Civil War

        a. Read Section 1 of ch.9

        b. Look for & list the failed compromises/acts leading up to the Civil War

        c. TQ key facts (like red-flag terms)

        d. Write 3-5 multiple choice questions as review of this material

                i. have an answer key

                ii. have 4 distracters (A,B,C,D - style multiple choice question).

 

 

 

FRIDAY: 10-28: REVIEW QUIZ Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

 

TUESDAY: 10-25 

1. FINISH: INFORMATION COLLECTION on Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

2. REVIEW: SEE CHART ON SIDE BOARD

        Review each of the following:

        i. Missouri Compromise 1820

        ii. Compromise of 1850

        iii. Kansas-Nebraska Act 1854

       

3. REVIEW: Causes of Civil War – as seen in ch.9 section 1

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-26

1. PICK UP: 5 MAJOR CAUSES OF CIVIL WAR

2. COPY OFF FRONT BOARD: Causes of Civil War “Scramble” facts to match & then create a time line.

3. COMPLETE REVIEW: Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

4. DO: Causes of Civil War “Scramble” facts to match & then create a time line.

FRIDAY: 10-28: REVIEW QUIZ Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

       

 

THURSDAY: 10-27

 

1. FINISH & STUDY: Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

2. REVIEW: Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War


  

FRIDAY: 10-28

 

1. STUDY:

2. REVIEW QUIZ Failed Compromises/Acts & Causes of Civil War

3. POST TEST: Read & Note: p. 218 – 229 All pictures, maps, something extra’s, Voices from the Past & then do It’s Your Turn p.229 (to be turned in for a h.w. grade – put on a separate sheet a paper).


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  10-17 to 10-19-11 (FALL BREAK)

 

FRIDAY: 10-14 Indian Relocation Test Wednesday 10-19

 

1. STUDY

2. REVIEW: Indian Removal chart & review key facts to know questions (continued from Thursday)

3. INDIAN REMOVAL QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ:

     DO: Establishment of Tribal Governments in Indian Territory CHART

               

MONDAY: 10-17 Indian Relocation Test Wednesday 10-19

 

1. COPY: Board Notes (start on front board, then ‘Follow Up’ questions on board on the right)

2. REVIEW: Working in pairs, answer each of the review questions from the board.

3. CLASS REVIEW: Indians adapting to life in Indian Territory

        a. Which nations transitioned relatively easily and which one’s didn’t?

        b. Why do you think that was?

        c. Which tribes were already in Indian Territory PRIOR to Five Civilized Tribes?

        d. What Christian religions aided the Indians during this era?

        e. What problems did the Indians face when they FIRST moved into Indian Territory? (see p.174-175 – up to 8 problems shown in the text)

 

TUESDAY: 10-18 Indian Relocation Test Wednesday 10-19   

1. FINISH: CHART Establishment of Tribal Governments in Indian Territory

2. REVIEW: FOLLOW UP QUESTIONS from Monday

 

       

3. REVIEW: Unit in prep for Wednesday’s Indian Relocation Test      

 

STUDY FOR TEST EACH OF THE FOLLOWING (SEE PHOTO/DOCS FOR BOARD NOTEs) if any notes are missing

INCLUDING 18 VOCAB. TERMS FROM p. 162


1. Five Civilized Tribes – Prior to Relocation

        See:

                a. Five Civilized Tribes Board Notes

                b. Indian Removal – 5 Civilized Tribes OBJECTIVES

                c. Five Nations – Indian Way of Life Pre – Removal

2. Five Civilized Tribes - during Relocation

        See:

                a. Indian Removal Board Notes: Worcester v. Georgia, Indian Removal Act, Seminole Wars

                b. Indian Removal CHART key facts to know for REVIEW QUIZ

                c. Indian Removal KEYREVIEW FACTS for REVIEW QUIZ

3. Five Civilized Tribes – After Relocation

        See:

                a. Tribal Gov’ts Established CHART review questions

                b. 5 Nations now in Indian Territory Follow Up Questions BOARD NOTES

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-12

1. Study

2. QUICK REVIEW PRIOR TO TEST

3. Indian Relocation Test Wednesday 10-19

4. POST TEST: Begin American Civil War

INTRODUCE: Causes of Civil War

        a. read & note p.214-217 All pictures, maps, & something extra’s

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.217 answer questions 1-3

        c. Explain how the Presidential Election of 1860 helped spark the Civil War.



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  10-10 to 10-14-11

 

FRIDAY: 10-7 INDIAN REMOVAL & FIVE NATIONS REVIEW QUIZ: Monday 10-10-11 (Tuesday’s 4 objectives)

 

1. PICK UP: Indian Relocation Map of Five Civilized Tribes

2. FINISH: Tues.’s objectives

3. DO: Indian Relocation Map of Five Civilized Tribes (due Monday)

               

MONDAY: 10-10 

 

1. FINISH: Friday’s handouts

2. TURN IN: Five Civilized Tribes Pre-Removal Review Quiz

3. Review: Jefferson – Jackson w.s. (Two Presidents & their Policies)

        a. in groups of 2

        b. as a class

4. Read & Note: Worcester v. Georgia (p.150 & p.157)

        a. How did this court case impact the Cherokee?

 

TUESDAY: 10-11          

1. FINISH: Worcester v. Georgia

2. REVIEW:

        Map w.s. Indian Removal

Worcester v. Georgia (p.150 & p.157)

        a. How did this court case impact the Cherokee?

3. INTRODUCE:

a. Indian Removal Act of 1830.

b. Seminole Wars   

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-12 INDIAN REMOVAL QUIZ THURSDAY 10-12

1. PICK UP: Indian Removal chart

FINISH: copying Tuesday’s notes or underline – TQ key facts

2. HAND BACK: Five Civilized Tribes Pre-Removal Review Quiz

        REVIEW: OWNERSHIP – take home quiz should = A

3. REVIEW:

        a. Indian Removal: Map w.s.

        b. Indian Removal chart (HAND OUT)

 

-        Which tribe relocated first?

-        Which tribe relocated last? What was this event called?

-        Know each tribes treaty(s) that were signed to force their relocation west.

-        Use your chart – which nations were divided by the issue of relocation & what resulted?

-        Which tribe had the easiest time relocating & why?

-        Which nation received the

Most land (lived w/o a “roommate” in Indian Territory?

Most $ for relocating?

Least $ for relocating?

Which nation had the longest journey west?

Which nation killed their own leaders b/c of relocation?

-        Describe what the journey west to “Indian Territory” was like.

 
   

THURSDAY: 10-13 INDIAN REMOVAL QUIZ - tomorrow

 

1. PICK UP: Establishment of Tribal Governments in Indian Territory

2. REVIEW: Indian Removal chart & review key facts to know questions

 

FRIDAY: 10-14

 

1. STUDY

2. REVIEW: Indian Removal chart & review key facts to know questions (continued from Thursday)

3. INDIAN REMOVAL QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ:

     DO: Establishment of Tribal Governments in Indian Territory CHART  

  

 

 



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  10-3 to 10-7-11

 

FRIDAY: 9-30INDIAN REMOVAL VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 10/4

 

1. PICK UP:

        a. Indian Removal Summary reading

        b. Two Presidents and Their Policies (towards to Indians) reading & w.s. (due on Monday 10/3/11)

2. FINISH: POST TEST: do each of the following

 Chapter Review: p.162-163

INTRO: INDIAN REMOVAL: 5 Civilized Tribes

                a. define each vocab. term #1-18 (MAKE FLASHCARDS for Qz)

                b. answer each Understanding the Facts #1-6

                c. answer each Critical Thinking #1-3 (p.163 top)

3. DO:

        a. Indian Removal Summary reading

        b. Two Presidents and Their Policies (towards to Indians) reading & w.s. (due on Monday 10/3/11)

       

MONDAY: 10-3

 RACHEL’S CHALLENGE

 

 

TUESDAY: 10-4    INDIAN REMOVAL VOCAB. QUIZ WEDNESDAY 10/5

1. FINISH:

a. Indian Removal Summary reading

        b. Two Presidents and Their Policies (towards to Indians) reading & w.s. (due on Monday 10/3/11)

2. OBJECTIVES:

        a. Who are the Five Civilized Tribes?

        b. What are the differing views of two American presidents on how to treat the Indians?

        c. What do these presidential policies help lead to?

        d. Explain the significance of the

1. Worcester v. Georgia

2. Indian Removal Act of 1830.

3. Seminole Wars

3. USING YOUR H.W. as a guide:

a. EXPLAIN each of today’s objectives in groups of two – then groups of 4 – draw pictures to represent what your findings are.

b. AS A  CLASS: explain what are findings are about the Five Civilized Tribes and Indian Removal.

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-5

 

 

1. STUDY:

2. INDIAN REMOVAL VOCAB.

3. POST QUIZ: CONTINUE: review of objectives introduced on Tuesday


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  9-26 to 9-30-11

 

FRIDAY: 9-23

 

1. FINISH: Wednesday’s & Thursday’s h.w.

2. TURN IN: It’s Your Turn p.121

3. REVIEW: Thursday’s h.w.

4. REVIEW QUIZ: American History Pre-Revolutionary War & Revolutionary War (summary) History: 5 Questions

 

Louisiana Purchase & American Exploration (esp. of Oklahoma)

HOMEWORK: Read & Note Captions: p.122-131 (DUE MONDAY)

5. Mrs. Field: Freshman Survey (last 10 minutes)

               

MONDAY: 9-26   EXPLORATION TEST THURS 9-29-11 

1. PICK UP:

a. Louisiana Purchase & American Exploration Guided Reading

b. Exploration Study Guide

2. BOARD NOTES: AMERICAN EXPLORATION

3. DO:

Louisiana Purchase & American Exploration Guided Reading

(DUE: TUESDAY 9-27)

Exploration Study Guide

(DUE: WEDNESDAY 9-28)


 

TUESDAY: 9-27    EXPLORATION TEST THURSDAY 9-29-11    

1. FINISH: Monday’s hand outs

2. COPY: Notes on front board 1st & then answer questions on board on the right (see objective questions below)

2. REVIEW:

a. Louisiana Purchase & American Exploration Guided Reading

b. Exploration Study Guide

Objectives:

Objectives:

1. What is the significance of the Louisiana Purchase for:      

            a. American Exploration                                         

        b. Oklahoma Exploration


2. How does Oklahoma Exploration lead  to  Indian Removal? Indian Removal?




WEDNESDAY: 9-28 EXPLORATION TEST THURSDAY 9-29-11

1. FINISH: any assignment not yet finished.

2. MAKE: 3-5 flash cards (at least) to prepare for Thursday’s test

3. CANDY REVIEW: Over each of the following THEMES for Thur. test

        a. European Exploration

        b. 3 G’s of Explorers (European motivation for exploration)

        c. Pre-Revolution to American Revolutionary War (1700 – 1783)

        d. Louisiana Purchase

        e. Adams-Onis Treaty 1819

        f. American Exploration

       

 

THURSDAY: 9-29

 

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST:

2. TURN IN: Exploration Study Guide

3. EXPLORATION TEST

4. POST TEST:



           

 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  9-19 to 9-23-11

 

FRIDAY: 9-16 BINDER CHECK: MONDAY: 9-19

1. CONSTITUTION DAY: Sept. 17th is Constitution Day – review interesting facts about the US Constitution

2. REVIEW: BINDER CHECK!!

3. DO: Flip Chart of Key Explorers p. 90 to 103 (use Green subtitles as a guide for names – but this is NOT the only way to find their names)

        - DIRECTIONS:

                a. fold ¼ of paper over to create a flap

                b. write key explorers on the flap

                c. define

                        1. when

                        2. for which nation they sailed

                3. where they explored & any other important details

               

MONDAY: 9-19    EXPLORERS REVIEW QUIZ      

 

1. FINISH: Flip Chart of Key Explorers p. 90 to 103

2. REVIEW: BINDER CHECK!!

3. REVIEW: Key facts about explorers 1-11

 

TUESDAY: 9-20 1st hour Freshman Assembly in Auditorium                

1. COPY: Explorers Review facts from board & answer (see photo/docs if absent or in 1st hour.)

2. REVIEW: BINDER CHECK (any not graded from Monday)

3. REVIEW: Explorers Review facts from board 

 

WEDNESDAY: 9-21
1. STUDY:

2. EXPLORERS REVIEW QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ: Read & Note Captions p.114 – 121 & do It’s Your Turn p.121   1-3, Something Extra: summarize

THURSDAY: 9-22 REVIEW QUIZ:FRIDAY over read & note info.

 

1. FINISH: Wednesday’s assignment

2. DO: p.134 Understanding the Facts #’s 1-4 &

Critical Thinking p.135 #1 (read p. 114-121)

        1. Name 3 Reasons Europeans were motivated to claim land in N. America.

        2. What 3 countries competed for trade in N.America?

        3. How were the American Indians afftected by the colonists winning the Revolutionary War?

        4. Why was the right of deposit important to the western settlers?
        5. Explain the differences in how the Spanish & the French viewed the use of the land in N. America.

3. REVIEW: Read & Note: American Revolution & founding of America
 

FRIDAY: 9-23

 

1. FINISH: Wednesday’s & Thursday’s h.w.

2. TURN IN: It’s Your Turn p.121

3. REVIEW: Thursday’s h.w.

4. REVIEW QUIZ: American History Pre-Revolutionary War & Revolutionary War (summary) History: 5 Questions

 

Louisiana Purchase & American Exploration (esp. of Oklahoma)

HOMEWORK: Read & Note Captions: p.122-131 (DUE MONDAY)

5. Mrs. Field: Freshman Survey (last 10 minutes)

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  9-12 to 9-16-11

 

FRIDAY: 9-9 Remembering 9-11: Discussion Monday 9-12-11

 

1. PICK UP: Remembering 9-11 w.s. (due: Monday 9-12-11)

STUDY

2. Prehistoric Indians 2ND review quiz

3. POST QUIZ: Exploration: Columbus in the America’s

DO:

1. READ & ANSWER: p.90, 92 (STOP READING after 3rd paragraph p.92): ANSWER: Why did European’s come to the America’s?

2. READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83: all captions

3. Summarize each Something Extra!

4. It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1-3

               

MONDAY: 9-12    Remembering 9-11: Discussion     

 

1. FINISH: 9-11 HAND OUT – have out & ready to review

2. Remembering 9-11: Discussion

3. REVIEW: Youtube:

        a. 9-11 The 10 Year Anniversary

        b. 911 The Falling Man

        c. Inside the World Trade Center while it collapses

        d. Inside the Twin Towers – plane Impact Survivor Clip

 

TUESDAY: 9-13                   

1. REVIEW: Why 9/11 Occurred.

        - On your own paper:

                - write 2-3 sentences in reaction for each section of video

2. INTRO: Exploration: Columbus in the America’s

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 9-14 BINDER CHECK FRIDAY!! (counts as a quiz)

1. COPY BOARD NOTES:

2. INTRO: Exploration: Columbus in the America’s

http://library.thinkquest.org/J002678F/why.htm (use to help w/ board notes)
3. REVIEW:  

1. READ & ANSWER: p.90, 92 (STOP READING after 3rd paragraph p.92): ANSWER: Why did European’s come to the America’s?

2. READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83: all captions

3. Summarize each Something Extra!

4. It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1-3

  REVIEW QUIZ: INTRO. TO EXPLORATION TOMORROW     

 

THURSDAY: 9-15 BINDER CHECK Monday!! (counts as a quiz)

 

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW: Wednesday’s board notes:

        Causes of Exploration

REVIEW QUIZ: INTRO. TO EXPLORATION
3. REVIEW ON MY TEACHER WEB: BINDER ORGANIZATION

 

FRIDAY: 9-16 BINDER CHECK: MONDAY: 9-19

1. CONSTITUTION DAY: Sept. 17th is Constitution Day – review interesting facts about the US Constitution

2. REVIEW: BINDER CHECK!!3. DO: Flip Chart of Key Explorers p. 90 to 103 (use Green subtitles as a guide for names – but this is NOT the only way to find their names)

        - DIRECTIONS:

                a. fold ¼ of paper over to create a flap

                b. write key explorers on the flap

                c. define

                        1. when

                        2. for which nation they sailed

                        3. where they explored & any other important details




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  9-12 to 9-16-11

 

FRIDAY: 9-9 Remembering 9-11: Discussion Monday 9-12-11

 

1. PICK UP: Remembering 9-11 w.s. (due: Monday 9-12-11)

STUDY

2. Prehistoric Indians 2ND review quiz

3. POST QUIZ: Exploration: Columbus in the America’s

DO:

1. READ & ANSWER: p.90, 92 (STOP READING after 3rd paragraph p.92): ANSWER: Why did European’s come to the America’s?

2. READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83: all captions

3. Summarize each Something Extra!

4. It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1-3

               

MONDAY: 9-12    Remembering 9-11: Discussion     

 

1. FINISH: 9-11 HAND OUT – have out & ready to review

2. Remembering 9-11: Discussion

3. REVIEW: Youtube:

        a. 9-11 The 10 Year Anniversary

        b. 911 The Falling Man

        c. Inside the World Trade Center while it collapses

        d. Inside the Twin Towers – plane Impact Survivor Clip

 

TUESDAY: 9-13                   

1. REVIEW: Why 9/11 Occurred.

        - On your own paper:

                - write 2-3 sentences in reaction for each section of video

2. INTRO: Exploration: Columbus in the America’s

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 9-14 BINDER CHECK FRIDAY!! (counts as a quiz)

1. COPY BOARD NOTES:

2. INTRO: Exploration: Columbus in the America’s

3. REVIEW:  

1. READ & ANSWER: p.90, 92 (STOP READING after 3rd paragraph p.92): ANSWER: Why did European’s come to the America’s?

2. READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83: all captions

3. Summarize each Something Extra!

4. It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1-3

       

 

THURSDAY: 9-15 BINDER CHECK FRIDAY!! (counts as a quiz)

 

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW: Wednesday’s board notes:

        Causes of Exploration

3. REVIEW ON MY TEACHER WEB: BINDER ORGANIZATION

 

FRIDAY: 9-16

 

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW: BINDER CHECK!!




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  9-6 to 9-9-11

 

FRIDAY: 9-2

DO: READ & NOTE: read all of captions p.64 to 77.

        - read each caption

        - summarize what the picture is about

        - write down & define each RED BOLD print word

- see which part of the main topic Prehistoric Indians the fact MOST relates to.                   

 

MONDAY: 9-6            

 

1. PICK UP:   NO SCHOOL J

 

 

TUESDAY: 9-6                     

1. FINISH: Friday’s assignment – read & note

MAKE UP QUIZ FOR FRIDAY’S QUIZ

2. REVIEW: READ & NOTE: read all of captions p.64 to 77.

        - Review each picture w/ 5 column simple chart & review facts written to see which Prehistoric Culture is being explained and how it is being explained.

3. REVIEW: p.64 to 77 RED BOLD print word VOCAB TERMS

4. REVIEW: Detailed Chart on Prehistoric Indians (if time)


WEDNESDAY: 9-7   BINDER CHECK NEXT TUESDAY 9-13

1. PICK UP:  Weird Oklahoma History: Spiro Mounds reading

2. READ & NOTE: Weird Oklahoma History: Spiro Mounds reading (15 min.)

3. FINISH REVIEW: READ & NOTE: read all of captions p.64 to 77.

4. ANSWER: Based on the reading    

         

 

       

THURSDAY: 9-8   QUIZ FRIDAY…!!!???

 

1. FINISH: Weird Oklahoma History: Spiro Mounds reading

2. REVIEW: CANDY REVIEW

- Weird Oklahoma History: Spiro Mounds reading

- READ & NOTE: read all of captions p.64 to 77.

 

3. Prehistoric Indians 2ND review quiz (either at end of class or tomorrow)

FRIDAY: 9-9 Remembering 9-11: Discussion Monday 9-12-11

 

1. PICK UP: Remembering 9-11 w.s. (due: Monday 9-12-11)

STUDY

2. Prehistoric Indians 2ND review quiz

3. POST QUIZ: Exploration: Columbus in the America’s

DO:

1. READ & ANSWER: p.90, 92 (STOP READING after 3rd paragraph p.92): ANSWER: Why did European’s come to the America’s?

2. READ & NOTE: p.78 – 83: all captions

3. Summarize each Something Extra!

4. It’s Your Turn: p.83 #1-3

               

MONDAY: 9-12    Remembering 9-11: Discussion     

 

1. FINISH: 9-11 HAND OUT – have out & ready to review

2. Remembering 9-11: Discussion

3. REVIEW: Youtube:

        a. 9-11 The 10 Year Anniversary

        b. 911 The Falling Man

        c. Inside the World Trade Center while it collapses

        d. Inside the Twin Towers – plane Impact Survivor Clip




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  8-29 to 9-2-11

 

                        OKLAHOMA GEOGRAPHY TEST 8-31-11

MONDAY: 8-29          

 

1. PICK UP: Geography Study Guide (due test day)

2. REVIEW: Natural Resources of Oklahoma review sheet

3. NATURAL RESOURCES QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ:

        DO: Geography Study Guide

 

 

TUESDAY: 8-30           OKLAHOMA GEOGRAPHY TEST 8-31-11      

1. STUDY FOR OKLAHOMA GEO. TEST:

2. REVIEW:

3. REVIEW GAME!      

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 8-31

1. PICK UP: 

        a. Prehistoric Indians w.s.: Identify early Oklahomans

       

2. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST

3. TURN IN: Geography Study Guide

4. OKLAHOMA GEOGRAPHY TEST

5. POST TEST: DO

        a. Prehistoric Indians w.s.: Identify early Oklahomans      


THURSDAY: 9-1   QUIZ FRIDAY…!!!??? - Prehistoric Indians w.s.

 

1. PICK UP: Prehistoric Indians chart

2. REVIEW GEO.TEST RESULTS

3. INTRODUCE: Prehistoric Indians

        REVIEW: Prehistoric Indians w.s.: Identify early Oklahomans

UNDERLINE: key words/phrases of each statement

FILL-IN: CHART ON BOARD

WRITE: one flashcard per statement

 

4. DO: Prehistoric Indians chart (h.w. if not finished in class) 



FRIDAY: 9-2 1 HOUR ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE

 

1. STUDY

2. REVIEW: Prehistoric Indians w.s.: Identify early Oklahomans

3. Quiz: Prehistoric Indians w.s.

3. POST QUIZ:

DO: READ & NOTE: read all of captions p.64 to 77.

        - read each caption

        - summarize what the picture is about

        - write down & define each RED BOLD print word

- see which part of the main topic Prehistoric Indians the fact MOST relates to. 



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  8-22 to 8-26-11

 

                        10 Geo. Regions QUIZ WEDNESDAY 8-24-11

MONDAY: 8-22          

 

1. PICK UP: Oklahoma map w.s. – 10 Geo. Regions w.s. (STUDY FOR QUIZ)

2. Lifeline Class Day One

3. REVIEW: 10 Geographic Regions Matching - board notes (see photo/docs)

 

TUESDAY: 8-23                   

1. REVIEW ANSWERS: 10 Geographic Regions Matching

2. Lifeline Class Day Two

3.    

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 8-24 Oklahoma Weather Extremes Quiz:Fri 8-26

1. PICK UP: 

        a. Oklahoma weather extremes outline

        b. Natural Resources outline

2. 10 Geo. Regions QUIZ

Lifeline Class Day Three

3. POST QUIZ:

       

 

 

THURSDAY: 8-25 Oklahoma Weather Extremes Quiz: Fri 8-26

 

1. PICK UP:

2. Lifeline Class Day Four

3. REVIEW: Oklahoma weather extremes outline



FRIDAY: 8-26     

 

1. STUDY:

2. REVIEW: Oklahoma weather extremes outline

3. Oklahoma Weather Extremes Quiz

3. POST QUIZ: FINISH & (IF TIME) REVIEW: Natural Resources outline

4. Lifeline Class Day Five




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 8-15 to 8-19-11

MONDAY: 8-15                   Geography Quiz: Thursday 8-18

1. PICK UP: 

a. Student Information Sheet

1. complete top now

2. finish goals at home & turn-in Tuesday

b. Goal Organizer: 5 W’s and H

2. REVIEW: DISCUSS GOAL SETTING

          a. Purpose of goal setting

b. Benefit of goal setting

3. HOMEWORK:

a. Student Information Sheet & GOAL SETTING

b. Goal Organizer: 5 W’s and H

 

TUESDAY: 8-16                             Geography Quiz: Thursday 8-18

1. PICK UP:

          a. Oklahoma map w.s.

          b. Oklahoma folding map (back left corner of my room)

2. FINISH: Goal Setting Review of key words/phrases underlined & review 3 main goals of goal setting.

 

3. DO:

          * Draw & Label 5 Major:

                   1. Cities

                   2. Bodies of Water (rivers/lakes)

                   3. Roads (interstates/turnpikes/state highways)

                   4. Parks/Recreation locations

4. PICK UP: Oklahoma Text Book from book room – WRITE your name inside over in INK.

5. FINISH: Oklahoma map w.s. – H.W. if not completed. 



WEDNESDAY: 8-17                     Geography Quiz: Friday 8-19

1. PICK UP:

a. Oklahoma Final Review Sheet – semester overview

b. Oklahoma folding map (back left corner of my room)

COPY: Oklahoma Key Geographic Facts – know for Friday’s Quiz

2. FINISH: Oklahoma map w.s.

3. REVIEW:

a. Oklahoma’s major geographic features - objectives

b. Oklahoma’s major geographic features

* Review Oklahoma’s Major:

                   1. Cities

                   2. Bodies of Water (rivers/lakes)

                   3. Roads (interstates/turnpikes/state highways)

                   4. Parks/Recreation locations

 

THURSDAY: 8-18

1. FINISH: Oklahoma Key Geographic Facts

2. REVIEW: (continued from Wed.)

a. Oklahoma’s major geographic features - objectives

b. Oklahoma’s major geographic features

 

FRIDAY: 8-19            Geography Quiz: Friday 8-19

1. STUDY

2. Geography Quiz

3. POST QUIZ:

          a. Work on: 10 Geographic Regions Map & Chart.



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 8-11 to 8-12-11

 

MONDAY - WEDNESDAY:

 

NO SCHOOL

 

WELCOME TO OKLAHOMA HISTORY WITH

 MR. WORTMANN

THURSDAY: 8-11

1. PICK UP: SYLLABUS/ CLASS RULES: see table in front of my desk

2. REVIEW:

 

          a. Welcome back & introduction

          b. Syllabus & Class rules review

          c. Class set up & organization

d. Questions & Answers

 

*HOMEWORK: turn in your signed syllabus/class rules

 

FRIDAY: 8-12

1. PICK UP:  Student Information – complete & turn-in Monday.

2. REVIEW: DISCUSS GOAL SETTING

          a. Purpose of goal setting

 

        b. Benefit of goal setting

3. HOMEWORK: Student Information & GOAL SETTING.

 

 



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  5-16 to 5-20-11

 

MONDAY: 5-16    FINALS WEEK: FRIDAY: 1ST, 3RD, 5TH HOURS

 

1. PICK UP:

        a. FINAL KEY POINTS REVIEW SHEET

        b. CH.13 Guided Reading Section 2

        c. CH.13 Review w.s.

2. STUDY:

3. CH. 12 REVIEW QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ:

        a. finish board notes

        b. review board notes ch.12

        c. do w.s.’s

EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY: (PICK ONE that’s Best for You)

a.   Any project grade below a 90% can add 2 pts. to project grade

b.   Replace any missing assignment (other than the Poster Project or chapter test) and be graded for this assignment in its place.

 c. ADD 2 pts. to FINAL EXAM grade

REVIEW 20th century and beyond in Oklahoma History

        ANSWER THE FOLLOWING: It’s Your Turn ch.14, 15, 17, & 18

a.   CH.14

                                                                                     i.      p. 354 1-3 Oklahoma – statehood era

                                                                                  ii.      p. 362 1-3 Oklahoma – early statehood years

b.   CH.15

                                                                                     i.      p. 385 1-3 Oklahoma in 1920’s – Tulsa Race Riot

                                                                                  ii.      p. 396 1-3 Oklahoma during the Great Depression

c.     CH.17

                                                                                     i.      p. 440 1-3 Oklahoma in 1960’s & 1970’s

                                                                                  ii.      p. 451 1-3 Oklahoma in 1980’s

d.   CH.18

    i.  p. 466 1-3 Oklahoma in 1990’s

 

TAKE YOUR POSTER TODAY!!

 

TUESDAY: 5-17     FINALS WEEK: FRIDAY: 1ST, 3RD, 5TH HOURS      

1. FINISH: ch.13 w.s.’s or extra credit

2. REVIEW: FINAL KEY POINTS REVIEW SHEET – ON-LINE QUIZZES

TURN IN TEXT BOOKS – WHEN YOU WANT THIS WEEK OR NEXT…FOR TEST PREP.

 

WEDNESDAY: 5-18

 

EXEMPTIONS!! – review & determine

1. REVIEW: FINAL KEY POINTS REVIEW SHEET

2. HAND BACK PAPERS: 1ST HOUR

3. TURN IN: EXTRA CREDIT (if you have it done): write how you’re going to apply it  

 

THURSDAY: 5-19   FINAL EXAM: FRIDAY: 1ST, 3RD, 5TH HOURS

 

1. STUDY: final’s study time: review key points, make flash cards

2. REVIEW: FINAL KEY POINTS REVIEW SHEET (candy review)

 

FRIDAY: 5-20

 

1. STUDY:

2. SEMESTER EXAM FOR 1ST, 3RD, 5TH HOURS


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  5-9 to 5-13-11

 

                CH.11-12 VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 5-10

MONDAY: 5-9            

May 9th:any missing grades = ZERO until completed!!

 

1. PICK UP:

2. BOARD NOTES: copy ch.11,12,13 board notes

3. REVIEW: key facts of ch.11,12,13

 

TUESDAY: 5-10                   

1. STUDY:

2. CH.11-12 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:     

        - read:  at least 2-3 eyewitness to history’s over Outlaws & Lawmen

        - note:  as you read – write 3-5 facts to BEST describe each reading

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 5-11  CH. 12 REVIEW QUIZ MONDAY 5-16

1. PICK UP:

        a. CH.12 Review w.s. & key people

        b. CH.12 Land Openings map w.s.

LAST MINUTE “TOUCH UPS”:  Touch up/finish up poster

2. PROJECTS DAY: walk around & review each poster 3 facts about each

 

THURSDAY: 5-12 CH. 12 REVIEW QUIZ MONDAY 5-16

 

1. PICK UP:

2. PROJECTS DAY continued

3. COPY: CH.12 BOARD NOTES: Land Run/Openings of Indian Territory

 

FRIDAY: 5-13 CH. 12 REVIEW QUIZ MONDAY 5-16

 

1. COPY:

CH.12 BOARD NOTES: PART 2 Land Run/Openings of Indian Territory

2. REVIEW: PROJECT Graded Rubrics

– see me before school or during lunch if you have any questions.

3. CLASS VOTE: best project class vote

4. REVIEW: Poster Project – likes/dislikes

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  5-2 to 5-6-11

 

                CH.10 TEST WEDNESDAY MAY 4TH

MONDAY: 5-2             

May 9: any missing grades = ZERO until completed!!

 

1. PICK UP: MISSING GRADE SHEET (IF YOU HAVE ANY)

2. Read, Note & Underline: CH.10 Section 2 Power point notes

3. REVIEW: CH.10 Section 2 Power point notes

4. DO: CH.10 Study Guide

CH.10 MAP W.S. QUIZ TUESDAY MAY 3RD

 

TUESDAY: 5-3                     

1. PICK UP: POSTER PROJECT RUBRIC

2. REVIEW: FINISH REVIEW OF SECTION 2

3. DO:  ON-LINE CHAPTER TEST

 

WORK ON PROJECTS DAY – THURSDAY 5-5

 

 WEDNESDAY: 5-4

1. STUDY: 

2. CH.10 TEST:

2a. CH.10 MAP W.S. QUIZ
3.
 POST TEST:

 

Ch.11, 12, & 13: Looking & noting

                        Ch.11: Rebuilding Indian Territory

-         All Black Towns

-         RR’s through Indian Territory

-         Outlaw’s & Lawmen

 

Ch.12: Boomers, Sooners, & Ok. Terr.

-         Breaking up of Indian Tribes (Dawes & Curtis Act)

-         LAND RUN!!

o   Causes

o   Government decisions

o   Events

o   results

Ch.13: Becoming 46th State

-         STATEHOOD:

o   Causes

o   Government decisions (ex: Enabling Act)

o   Events
-
results

 

 

 

THURSDAY: 5-5

 

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW: POSTER PROJECT RUBRIC

2. WORK ON PROJECTS DAY

 

FRIDAY: 5-6

 

1. PICK UP: CH.11,12, & 13 Key Points hand out

2. WORK ON PROJECTS DAY




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  4-25 to 29-11

May 2:any missing grades = ZERO until completed!!

                                       

MONDAY: 4-25          

 

CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ FRIDAY 4-29-11: also review ch.10 review w.s. (vocab. check)

1. STUDY:

2. CH.9 TEST

3. POST TEST:

DO: Begin ch.10 Trouble on the Plains

a.  READ & NOTE: p.232 - 233: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p. 234 - 235: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

 

c.  COPY: p.235: Timeline

d. It’s Your Turn: p.239 #1-3

 

TUESDAY: 4-26                  

1. PICK UP: CH.10 Review & vocab. w.s.

2. COPY: Board Notes Ch.10 Section 1

3. DO: CH.10 Review & vocab. w.s.

4. REVIEW: Potential Topics for upcoming Poster Project       

 

WEDNESDAY: 4-27

1. PICK UP:  CH.10 KEY POINTS HAND OUT

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  4-18 to 4-22-11

                                        CH.9 VOCAB. QUIZ WEDNESDAY 4-20

                                        CH.9 TEST MONDAY 4-25-11

THURSDAY: 4-28

 

1. PICK UP:

a. CH.10 Map w.s.

b. CH.10 Section 2 Power point notes

 

2. COPY: Board Notes Ch.10 Section 1 on Tribal Treaties: broken down by each tribe.

3. DO & REVIEW:

        a. CH.10 Map w.s.

        b. CH.10 Section 2 Power point notes

 

May 2:any missing grades = ZERO until completed!!


 

FRIDAY: 4-29

                CH.10 TEST WEDNESDAY MAY 4TH

1. PICK UP: CH.10 Study Guide

2. STUDY: CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ

3. CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ:

        a. Read, Note & Underline: CH.10 Section 2 Power point notes

        b. DO: CH.10 Study Guide

5. PICK PROJECT TOPICS

6. REVIEW: CH.10 Section 2 Power point notes

MONDAY: 4-18           

May 2:any missing grades = ZERO until completed!!

1. CONTINUE: Your newspaper article (2nd draft: Due Wednesday)

2. REVIEW:

        DO LIST:

        1. Finish Article

        2. Redo Research (see what’s missing)
        3. Look for other sources not yet used

        4. Reread Article – correct mistakes – ensure DIRECTIONS followed

        5. Rewrite Article

        6. Proof Read (ensure BEST effort)

                a. fix any mistakes

                b. make final corrections

                c. then PRINT (if typed)

3. READ ALOUD: Student Articles (continue tomorrow)

4. THiNGS LEARNED: Newspaper Article Assignment

 

                                CH.9 VOCAB. QUIZ WEDNESDAY 4-20

TUESDAY: 4-19    CH.9 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ THURSDAY 4-21           

1. PICK UP:

        a. ch.9 Election of 1860 w.s.

        b. ch.9 Review Puzzle w.s.

2. CONTINUE: newspaper article & do w.s.’s

WEDNESDAY: 4-20 CH.9 TEST MONDAY

FRIDAY: Newspaper 4-22-11

1. STUDY: 

2. CH.9 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. REVIEW: newspaper article – read a friend’s & write comments on it

4. FINISH: w.s.’s from yesterday

5. STUDY: tomorrow’s key people ch.9 quiz

       

THURSDAY: 4-21  Newspaper Article Friday 4-22-11

                                CH.9 TEST MONDAY 4-25-11

1. PICK UP:

        a. ch.9 study guide

        b. ch.9 section 2 guided reading w.s.

        c. ch.9 section 2 chart of key Civil War Battles in Indian Territory

 

STUDY:

2. CH.9 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ

3. DO:

        a. ch.9 study guide

        b. ch.9 section 2 guided reading w.s.

        c. ch.9 section 2 chart of key Civil War Battles in Indian Territory

 

FRIDAY: 4-22    PROJECT EXPLAINATION MONDAY

 

1. FINISH: yesterday’s w.s.’s

2. TURN IN: Newspaper Article

3. REVIEW: ch.9 section 2 chart of key Civil War Battles in Indian Territory

4. REVIEW: ch.9 – TEST REVIEW: ONLINE POWERPOINT & QUIZ



MAY 2nd= ALL MISSING GRADES = zero % until completed (tests, quizzes, homework, miniprojects)

Be sure to make up all missing grades - before school, during lunch or on flex days.

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  4-11 to 4-15-11

 


               
CH.7/8 TEST THURSDAY 4-14-11

MONDAY: 4-11 MINI PROJECT: CH.7/8: I Witnessed History: TUES. 4/12

 

1. PICK UP:

2. STUDY: CH.7-8 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ

3. CH.7-8 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ

4. POST QUIZ:

        a. finish ch.7 study guide (be ready to turn in)

        b. FINISH MINI PROJECT: CH.7/8: I Witnessed History

        b. Read Section 1 ch.8 p.194 – 197

                - Summarize each “Something Extra” for Section 1

                - answer all map questions & It’s Your Turn p.197 #1-2

 

 

TUESDAY: 4-12                   

1. PICK UP:

        a. CH.8 Section 1 Guided Reading

        b. CH.8 Section 2 Guided Reading

2. TURN IN:

a. CH.7/8: I Witnessed History

b. CH.7 STUDY GUIDE

3. DO:

        a. copy board notes over CH.8 Westward Expansion

        b. both guided readings

        c. answer board notes using guided reading as a guide     

CH.7/8 TEST THURSDAY 4-14-11

WEDNESDAY: 4-13

1. PICK UP:  CH.8 STUDY GUIDE

2. REVIEW: ch.8 guided reading/notes/power point

3. REVIEW FOR CH.7-8 TEST

       

 

THURSDAY: 4-14

 

1. STUDY:

2. CH.7/8 TEST THURSDAY

3. POST TEST:

Begin ch.9 The Civil War in the Indian Territory

a.  READ & NOTE: p.210 - 211: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p. 212 - 213: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.  COPY: p.213: Timeline

d. DO:

1.    Each of section 1’s map questions (p.215, 216, & 217)

2.  It’s Your Turn: p.217 #’s 1-3

3. Understanding the Facts: p.230 #’s 1-5

 

FRIDAY: 4-15

 

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW:

3. WRITE: A mock newspaper article explaining the various causes of the Civil War as if it might happen – before the 1860 election – with just the right cause.


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  4-4 to 4-8-11

 

                                        CH.7-8 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ – THURS. 4-7-11

MONDAY: 4-4            

 

1. STUDY: CH.7-8 VOCAB. QUIZ

2. POST QUIZ: finish Friday’s assignment OR define ch.7-8 key people list

3. REVIEW: Friday’s assignment

 

 

TUESDAY: 4-5      CH.7-8 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ – MONDAY 4-11-11  

1. PICK UP:

a. CH.7 Section 2 Chart: Indian Nation Governments

b. CH.7-8 Eyewitness to History: Tom Thumb

2. REVIEW:

a. POSTER PROJECT: Due: May 10th

b. SPOTLIGHT: Buffalo p.172 – what happened to them? Draw: a BEFORE & AFTER of the buffalo on the Plains during the 1800’s.

c. Early problems for relocated Indians in Indian Territory p.174-175

3. DO:

a. CH.7 Section 2 Chart: Indian Nation Governments

b. CH.7-8 Eyewitness to History: Tom Thumb      

 

WEDNESDAY: 4-6 CH.7-8 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ – MONDAY 4-11-11

1. PICK UP:  MINI PROJECT: CH.7/8  I Witnessed History & review directions

2. DO: CH.7-8 Eyewitness to History: Tom Thumb

3. BEGIN: CH.7 Section 2 Chart: Indian Nation Governments

        HAVE FINISHED:

                a. Choctaw

                b. Creek

4. REVIEW:

a. CH.7-8 Eyewitness to History: Tom Thumb

b. CH.7 Section 2 Chart: Indian Nation Governments

       

 

THURSDAY: 4-7 MINI PROJECT: CH.7/8: I Witnessed History: TUES. 4/12 

1. PICK UP:

2. BEGIN: CH.7 Section 2 Chart: Indian Nation Governments

        HAVE FINISHED:

                a. Chickasaw

                b. Cherokee

                c. Seminole

3. REVIEW: CH.7 Section 2 Chart: Indian Nation Governments

        COMPARE & CONTRAST: Indian Governments to each other.

 

FRIDAY: 4-8 CH.7-8 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ – MONDAY 4-11-11

                     MINI PROJECT: CH.7/8: I Witnessed History: TUES. 4/12
1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW: CH.7 SECTION 2 – TRIBAL CHART w.s.

3. CH.7 ON-LINE REVIEW QUIZ : FOR A GRADE

4. REVIEW: Why was the time of the nations establishing themselves and their new governments called: “The Golden Years?”

5. WORK ON: MINI PROJECT: CH.7/8: I Witnessed History: TUES. 4/12

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  3-28 to 4-1-11

 

                                        CH.6 TEST WEDNESDAY 3-29-11

MONDAY: 3-28           

 

1. PICK UP: CH.6 STUDY GUIDE

2. STUDY: CH.6 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ: FINISH OR WORK ON

        a. CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal Chart

        b. CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal Map

        c. CH.6 STUDY GUIDE

 

4. REVIEW:   CH.6 Section 2

1.    How assimilation worked in America in the early 1800’s?

2.    Understand Andrew Jackson’s role in Indian Removal and the various tribes and treaties involved.

3.    Describe who the FIVE TRIBES and explain each nation’s removal process from beginning to end in Oklahoma.

4.    Review the other tribes that were removed into Oklahoma?

5.    Examine the importance of Sequoyah?

6.    Comprehend how the Stokes Commission comes about and what was its purpose?

TUESDAY: 3-29            CH.6 TEST WEDNESDAY 3-29-11

 

1. FINISH: all h.w./notes

2. WATCH: Cherokee Indian Removal Video – youtube

3. REVIEW: CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal – board notes & h.w.   

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 3-30

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER:

TURN IN: CH.6 STUDY GUIDE

2. CH.6 TEST

3. POST TEST: Begin ch.7 New Life in Indian Territory

a.   READ & NOTE: p.164 - 165: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.    READ & NOTE: p.166 - 167: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.     COPY: p.167: Timeline

d.   READ & NOTE: p.172 - 173: Spotlight: Buffalo: 3 – 5 facts

       

 

THURSDAY: 3-31                 CH.7-8 VOCAB. QUIZ MONDAY 4-4-11

 

1. PICK UP:

        - CH.7-8 Key Points hand out

        - CH.7 Section 1 Guided Reading

 

2. DO:

a. CH.7 Section 1 Guided Reading

b. READ: Cutthroat Gap Massacre

c. READ: p.163 USING PRIMARY SOURCES & ANSWER QUESTIONS

 

FRIDAY: 4-1                 CH.7-8 VOCAB. QUIZ MONDAY 4-4-11

 

1. PICK UP:

2. DO:

        a. DEFINE: ch.7 & 8’s vocab. terms – flash cards

        b. DO: ch.7 section 1’s It’s Your Turn p.171 # 1-3 (turn-in at end of class)

        c. FINISH: ch.7 Section 1 guided reading (IF NOT DONE YET)

        d. DO: p.188 Understanding the Facts # 1-3

       

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  3-21 to 3-25-11

 

                                        CH.5 TEST TUESDAY 3-22-11

MONDAY: 3-21           

 

1. PICK UP:

2. FINISH: ch.5 study guide

3. REVIEW: ch.5 study guide & ch.5

4. REVIEW GAME

 

 

TUESDAY: 3-22                   

1. PICK UP:

2. STUDY & NUMBER paper for test

3. CH.5 TEST

4. POST TEST:

Begin ch.6 Indian Removal to Oklahoma

a.   READ & NOTE: p.136-137: 2 – 3 facts

b.    READ & NOTE: p.138 - 139: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.     COPY: p.139: Timeline

d.    READ & NOTE: p.151: Oklahoma Profiles: Sequoyah: 3 – 5 facts

e.    COPY: every “Something Extra” in ch.6

 

WEDNESDAY: 3-23             CH.6 VOCAB. QUIZ - MONDAY

1. PICK UP: 

2. DO:

a. FINISH post test assignment

b. Outline CH.6 Section 1

        1. President Jefferson wanted for the Indians

        2. New States – changes & challenges within the US

        3. Early Migrations to Oklahoma

        4. Early Forts built in Oklahoma

        5. Cherokee Outlet – what was it?

3. REVIEW: SECTION 1 outline (if time)

       

 

THURSDAY: 3-24                CH.6 VOCAB. QUIZ – MONDAY 3/28

                                        CH.6 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ – TUES. 3/29

1. PICK UP:

        a. CH.6 Key Points hand out

        b. CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal Chart

        c. CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal Map

 

2. REVIEW:

a. CH.6 Key Points hand out (briefly review)

b. FINISH: Review of CH.6 Section 1 (board notes)

 

FRIDAY: 3-25               CH.6 VOCAB. QUIZ – MONDAY 3/28

                                        CH.6 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ – TUES. 3/29

1. PICK UP:

2. FINISH:

        a. CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal Chart

        b. CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal Map

 

3. REVIEW: CH.6 Section 2 Indian Removal -


 

            LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  3-7 to 3-10-11

 

                                        CH.5 VOCAB. QUIZ 3-9-11

MONDAY: 3-7             

 

1. PICK UP:

2. COPY: CH.5 SECTION 1 BOARD NOTES

3. REVIEW: CH.5 SECTION 1

1.     What were Europe’s claims in the Americas and how did this lead to conflict between the “Big Three” in the Americas?

 

2.    What kind of relationships did the French have with Indians and how did this affect France’s war with England?

3.    Why was the French and Indian War so important to American History?

 

TUESDAY: 3-8                      CH.5 Key People Quiz 3-9-11

1. REVIEW:

2. CH.5 SECTION 1 BOARD NOTES continued

3. REVIEW:

1. Why was the French and Indian War so important to American History?

 

2. What resulted with the relations of Spain and France in North America after the French & Indian War?

 

3. Why was the American Revolution bound to happen after the French & Indian War?

 

WEDNESDAY: 3-9       CH.5 TEST 3-22-11 – TUESDAY we get back

1. STUDY                                                              from Spring Break

2. CH.5 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. REVIEW:

1.     What impact does Napoleon Bonaparte have on Oklahoma history?  How so?

 

2.     The Louisiana Purchase leads to an American expedition boom – why and what resulted?

a.     Sparks Expedition

b.     Pike-Wilkinson Expedition

c.      Sibley Expedition

d.     Long Expedition

 

THURSDAY: 3-10

 

1. STUDY:

2. CH.5 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ

3. REVIEW:

1.     What was the purpose of the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819?

 

2.  Trade is vital to any nation or region, where is trade occurring in Oklahoma & why there?

 

FRIDAY: 3-11

 

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW:




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK:  2-28 to 3-4-11

 

                                        CH.4 TEST THURSDAY 3-3-11

MONDAY: 2-28          

 

1. PICK UP: CH.4 Explorer or Clue

2. REVIEW: Ch.4 Explorers & clues

3. REVIEW: Ch.4 Explorers w.s. (4w’s and an hs)

 

 

TUESDAY: 3-1                      

1. STUDY:

2. CH.4 KEY PEOPLE QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:  Make: Tri-Fold Review for Ch.4 Section 2

4. FILL-IN & ANSWER:  Tri-Fold Review for Ch.4 Section 2

 

WEDNESDAY: 3-2               CH.4 TEST THURSDAY 3-3-11

1. PICK UP:  CH.4 STUDY GUIDE

2. REVIEW: Ch.4 Section 2

3. REVIEW: CH.4 for CH.4 TEST

       

 

THURSDAY: 3-3

 

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER:

2. REVIEW:

3. CH.4 TEST

4. POST TEST: Begin ch.5 Oklahoma in Early America

a. READ & NOTE: p.110-111: 3 – 5 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p.112-113: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.   COPY: p.113: Timeline

d.  READ & NOTE: p.132-133: Spotlight: River Transportation: 3 – 5 facts

 

 

FRIDAY: 3-4         CH.5 VOCAB. QUIZ 3-8-11

                               

CH.5 TEST 3-11-11

 

1. PICK UP: CH.5 Key Points – Objectives page & ch.5 Eyewitness: Daniel Boone.

2. DO:

        a. Read & Underline: CH.5 Key Points – Objectives page

        b. ch.5 Eyewitness: Daniel Boone

3. REVIEW: CH.4 TEST results


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 2-21 to 2-25-11

 

CH.4 VOCAB. QUIZ

 

FRIDAY: 2-25-11

MONDAY: 2-21

1. PICK UP: CH.4 Objectives

STUDY: CH.3 TEST number paper 1-25

2. CH.3 TEST

3. POST TEST: BEGIN CH. 4

a.   READ & NOTE: p.86-87: 3 – 5 facts (both pages combined)

b.   READ & NOTE: p.88 – 89: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.     COPY: p.89: Timeline

d.   READ & NOTE: p.91: Oklahoma Mysteries: Heavener Runestone: 3 – 5 facts

e.    It’s Your Turn: p.103 # 1-3

 

BINDER CHECK: Friday: 2-25

 

 

TUESDAY: 2-22                    CH.4 VOCAB. QUIZ: THURSDAY 2-24

1. FINISH: ALL WORK FROM YESTERDAY

2. DEFINE: each vocab. term for Thursday’s vocab. quiz

3. DEFINE: each key person for Monday (2-28) key people quiz     

 

EXPLAIN BONUS ON TEST & POST TEST ASSIGNMENT

 

WEDNESDAY: 2-23             CH.4 VOCAB. QUIZ: THURSDAY 2-24

1. PICK UP:  CH.4 GUIDED READING SECTION 1 – 2

2. REVIEW: Review how to organize your Binder for Friday’s Check

3. DO: CH.4 GUIDED READING SECTION 1 – 2

 

 

 

BINDER CHECK: Friday: 2-25

 

THURSDAY: 2-24

 

1. FINISH: CH.4 GUIDED READING SECTION 1 – 2

2. REVIEW: Briefly – Explorer’s of Age of Exploration (Section 1 Guided Reading)

 

FRIDAY: 2-25

 

1. PICK UP: CH.4 Section 1 Explorer’s hand out

STUDY:

2. CH.4 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ: CH.4 Section 1 Explorer’s hand out

 

BINDER CHECK




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 2-14 to 2-18-11

 

MONDAY: 2-14

 

1. STUDY:

CH.3 VOCAB. QUIZ

2. REVIEW: COPY BOARD REVIEW QUESTIONS & STUDY

3. CH.3 Earliest People Quiz

4. POST QUIZ: DO:

        a. READ & NOTE: ch.3 Section 2: review every picture & Something Extra! in section 2 & write 1-3 facts about each.

 

 

TUESDAY: 2-15            CH.3 SECTION 2 QUIZ THURSDAY

1. PICK UP: Ch.3 Section 2 Who’s Involved here? w.s.

2. DO: ch.3 Section 2 America after Columbus came

          A. READ & NOTE: All captions & something extra’s

        B. It’s Your Turn: p.83 answer 1 – 3

        C. Ch.3 Section 2 Who’s Involved here? w.s.

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 2-16                     CH.3 TEST MONDAY 2-21-11

1. FINISH: All h.w. from yesterday

2. REVIEW: ch.3 Section 2 America after Columbus came

1.      What is the impact of Christopher Columbus on the Americas?

 

2.      Compare and contrast cultural perspectives (views) of Native Americans and European Americans in the following examples:

a.      land ownership and use,

b.      agricultural methods, production and distribution of commodities, and

c.       trading practices

 

3.      How were tribes in Oklahoma affected by Europeans once they arrived?

 

4.      Describe the Battle of the Twin Villages.

5.      Explain the American Indian

a.      Family

b.      Foods they ate

c.       Plant used

THURSDAY: 2-17                 CH.3 TEST MONDAY 2-21-11

1. PICK UP: CH.3 STUDY GUIDE

2. STUDY: CH.3 Section 2 Review Quiz

3. REVIEW: CH.3 Section 2: Who’s Involved here? w.s. & It’s Your Turn h.w.

        a. Battle of Twin Villages

        b. Key People: European Explorers & American Indian Tribes

        c. American Indian:

                1. family life – roles of men, women & children

                2. foods

                3. plant uses

 

FRIDAY: 2-18                       CH.3 TEST MONDAY 2-21-11

1. FINISH & STUDY: all h.w./assignments

1. FINISH & STUDY: all h.w./assignments

2. WORK ON: CH.3 STUDY GUIDE

        a. independently

        b. in pairs

3. REVIEW: CH.3 STUDY GUIDE

4. QUIZ: On-Line quiz
BINDER CHECK:
Next Friday: 2-24-11

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 2-7 to 2-11-11

 

MONDAY: 1-31

 

1. PICK UP: 

STUDY: CH.2 TEST

2. CH.2 TEST

3. POST TEST:

        DO: CH.3

                a. p. 62 - 63: Sign of Times: 1 - 3 facts (they’re pretty short)

b. p. 63: Copy: timeline

c. p. 67: Read and Note: read and write 5 facts about reading to answer “How they came”

d. p.66 & 72: answer map questions

       

MONDAY: 2-7

 

1. PICK UP: ch.3 objectives, Earliest People matching w.s. & chart on Oklahoma’s Prehistoric Cultures

FINISH: Wednesday’s h.w.

2. REVIEW: Intro. ch.3 with review of ch.3 objectives

       

 

TUESDAY: 2-8      CH.3 Earliest People Quiz – Wednesday 2-9

 

                                CH.3 VOCAB. QUIZ – Friday 2-11

 

1. PICK UP: 

2. REVIEW: ch.3 Section 1

1.      Search for clues about pre-historic people; review the artifacts and fossils left behind

 

2.      Review and understand the important phases of prehistoric cultures, such as the:

a.      Paleo Indians                                 e. Woodland Culture

b.      Clovis People                                 f. Plains Village Farmers

c.       Folsom People                               g. The Moundbuilders

d.      Archaic Culture Foragers              h. Early Plains Indians

 

3. What are the conflicting views on how prehistoric people got to the Americas?

FINISH: CH.3: chart and matching w.s.

REVIEW: Review: Section objectives 1 – 2

         - CH.3: chart and matching w.s. – CANDY REVIEW

 

WEDNESDAY: 2-9       CH.3 VOCAB. QUIZ – Friday 2-11

1. STUDY:

2. QUICK REVIEW:

3. CH.3 Earliest People Quiz

4. POST QUIZ: DO:

        a. READ & NOTE: ch.3 Section 2: review every picture & Something Extra! in section 2 & write 1-3 facts about each.

 

 

THURSDAY: 2-10        CH.3 VOCAB. QUIZ – Friday 2-11

1. PICK UP:

2. REVIEW: Section 2: Historic Indian Cultures

1.      What is the impact of Christopher Columbus on the Americas?

 

2.      Compare and contrast cultural perspectives (views) of Native Americans and European Americans in the following examples:

a.      land ownership and use,

b.      agricultural methods, production and distribution of commodities, and

c.       trading practices

 

3.      How were tribes in Oklahoma affected by Europeans once they arrived?

 

4.      Describe the Battle of the Twin Villages.

5.      Explain the American Indian

a.      Family

b.      Foods they ate

c.        Plant used

 

FRIDAY: 2-4

1. STUDY:

2. CH.3 VOCAB. QUIZ





LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 1-31 to 2-4-11

 

MONDAY: 1-31

 

1. PICK UP: 

STUDY: CH.2 TEST

2. CH.2 TEST

3. POST TEST:

        DO: CH.3

                a. p. 62 - 63: Sign of Times: 1 - 3 facts (they’re pretty short)

b. p. 63: Copy: timeline

c. p. 67: Read and Note: read and write 5 facts about reading to answer “How they came”

d. p.66 & 72: answer map questions

       

TUESDAY: 2-1


SNOW DAY!

WEDNESDAY: 2-2

SNOW DAY!

THURSDAY: 2-3

SNOW DAY!

FRIDAY:2-4
1. PICK UP: ch.3 objectives, Earliest People matching w.s. & chart on Oklahoma’s Prehistoric Cultures

FINISH: Wednesday’s h.w.

2. REVIEW: Intro. ch.3 with review of ch.3 objectives

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 1-24 to 1-28-11

 

CH.2 VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 1-25-11

MONDAY: 1-24

1. PICK UP:

STUDY

2. 10 Geographic Regions QUIZ

CH.2 Section 2 Oklahoma’s 10 Geographic Regions

3. Post Quiz:

Do the following: CH.2 Section 2 Oklahoma’s 10 Geographic Regions

1. FINISH: Chart from Section 2

2. READ: p.37 Write a list words Major Sibley used to describe Oklahoma.  Then in 3 sentences, write his opinion in your own words.

 

TUESDAY: 1-25                   

1. PICK UP:

STUDY

2. CH.2 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:

        a. FINISH: ch.2 section 2 chart on Oklahoma’s 10 Regions

        b. answer board questions

        c. READ: p.37 Write a list words Major Sibley used to describe Oklahoma.  Then in 3 sentences, write his opinion in your own words.

4. REVIEW:   CH.2 Section 2 Oklahoma’s 10 Geographic Regions

 

WEDNESDAY: 1-26                             CH.2 TEST – MONDAY 1/31/11

1. PICK UP:  CH.2 Section 3 – Agree/Disagree w.s. & Ch.2 Study Guide

2. REVIEW: ch.2 section 3 Oklahoma Natural Resources – objectives

3. DO: CH.2 Section 3 – Agree/Disagree w.s.

        1st – in pairs

        2nd – in 4’s

        3rd – as a class

       

 

THURSDAY: 1-27                                 CH.2 TEST – MONDAY 1/31/11

 

1. PICK UP: CH.2 Section 4 Oklahoma Climate OUTLINE: Section 4

2. REVIEW: CH.2 Section 4 Oklahoma Climate objectives

1.       Know the variety of Oklahoma’s climate, weather (precipitation), and elevations?

2.       What is a tornado and why is Oklahoma in a perfect place for them to occur?

3.       How does Oklahoma’s weather/climate impact its economy?

3. DO:

1. OUTLINE: Section 4 – write each ‘Sub – title’

        2. p.56 #1-2

            3. p. 57 Read & Note – 5 facts about Tornados

            4. p.58 Understanding the facts #6

 

FRIDAY: 1-28                                       CH.2 TEST – MONDAY 1/31/11

 

1. FINISH: all h.w./notes incomplete or make flash cards

2. REVIEW: ch.2 for Monday’s test





LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 1-10 to 1-14-11

 

MONDAY: 1-17

No school

       

TUESDAY: 1-18

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST:  # 1-25 down redline – 26 to 29 down middle fold

2. REVIEW: QUICK REVIEW OF CH.1

- TURN – IN: CH.1 STUDY GUIDE

3. CH.1 TEST

POST TEST: Sign of the Times: 3 – 5 facts per box

4. POST TEST: Do ch.2 Section 1

                a. Outline Sign of Times p.26

                b. answer each map question p.28 & 29

                c. answer: It’s your turn p.29

CH.2 VOCAB. QUIZ – all 22 key vocab. terms

TUESDAY 1-25-11

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 1-19

 

1. PICK UP: CH.2 Objectives & key points hand out & ch.2 work sheet

2. COPY: Ch.2 Section 1 notes & complete

DO:

a. p.58 : Developing Critical Thinking Questions #’s 1 – 2

b. ch.2 work sheet

3. REVIEW: Review objectives & intro ch.2

a. Outline Sign of Times p.26

                b. answer each map question p.28 & 29

                c. answer: It’s your turn p.29

 

THURSDAY: 1-20

1. FINISH: Yesterday’s notes & w.s.

2. REVIEW: CH.2 Section 1 – Oklahoma Geography

 

FRIDAY: 1-21        CH.2 VOCAB. QUIZ – TUESDAY 1-25-11

                           10 Geographic Regions QUIZ –MONDAY: 1-24

1. PICK UP:          

2. REVIEW: CH.2 Section 2 Oklahoma’s 10 Geographic Regions      

1.        What are the different geographic regions of Oklahoma?

2.       Understand how the diversity of Oklahoma’s regions affects flora and fauna.

3.       Who is Major Sibley and what was his impression of Oklahoma?


Next Week:

WALK AROUND BINDER CHECK

MUST HAVE:      1. BINDER

                                2. CH. DIVIDERS

                                3. PAPERS IN BINDER NOT TEXTBOOK

 

 




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 1-10 to 1-14-11

 

CH.1 VOCAB & 6 COUNTRIES QUIZ TUESDAY 1-11-11

CH.1 TEST:

FRIDAY 1-14-11

MONDAY: 1-10-11
1. PICK UP: Ch.1 Section 1-3 guided reading w.s.'s

2. DO: Ch.1 Section 1 guided reading w.s.
      
3. COPY: Ch.1 Section 1 board notes & fill-in

4. REVIEW:  My teacher web

5. FINISH: Youtube: about OKC from Friday (if time)

 

TUESDAY: 1-11-11

1. PICK UP: Ch.1 Section 2 & 3 guided reading w.s.

2. STUDY: CH.1 VOCAB & 6 COUNTRIES QUIZ TUESDAY

3. POST QUIZ: COMPLETE: ch.1 Guided Reading SECTION 2 & 3

2. REVIEW: ch.1 notes & guided reading

3. CANDY REVIEW: section 2 Museums & Historic Sites

 

WEDNESDAY: 1-12

1. PICK UP: ch.1 study guide

2. COPY: ch.1 Section 2 board notes

3. REVIEW:   ch.1  Section 2 board notes Section 1-3 guided reading                    


THURSDAY: 1-13 CH.1 TEST: UPDATE: TUESDAY 1-18-11

1. PICK UP: CHART hand out: to represent each ethnic group & facts that best explain their Oklahoma experience.

2. FINISH: review of Section 2

3. REVIEW: review section 3: Ethnic Groups of Oklahoma

        a. American Indian                                        f. Czechs

        b. African American                               g. Hispanics

        c. British & Irish                                       h. Asians & Pacific Islanders

        d. Italians                                                        i. Other Ethnic Groups

        e. German and Germans from Russia

 

FRIDAY: 1-14 CH.1 TEST: UPDATE: TUESDAY 1-18-11

1. FINISH:  Any notes/h.w. not completed yet

2. DO: Make at least 6-8 flashcards based on ch.1 notes/h.w.

3. REVIEW: for test – review game



TUESDAY: 1-18
1. STUDY & # PAPER FOR TEST:  # 1-25 down redline – 26 to 29 down middle fold

2. CH.1 TEST

3. POST TEST:

DO:

a. Copy notes ch.2 p.26 Sign of the Times

b. Answer: It’s Your Turn questions 1-3 p.29

c. Answer: It’s Your Turn questions 1-3 p.44

 


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 1-4 to 1-7-11

 

MONDAY:

 

NO SCHOOL

 

WELCOME TO OKLAHOMA HISTORY WITH

 MR. WORTMANN

TUESDAY: 1-4

1. PICK UP: SYLLABUS/ CLASS RULES: see table in front of my desk

2. REVIEW:

 

          a. Welcome back & introduction

          b. Class set up & organization

          c.  Goals & their importance

          d. Questions & Answers

 

*HOMEWORK: turn in your signed syllabus/class rules

 

WEDNESDAY: 1-5

1. PICK UP:  TEXTBOOKS – From the Library.

TURN IN: (when asked for) Personal Information sheet

2. REVIEW:

          - Syllabus & Class rules review

3.TURN IN: (when asked for)

·       Personal Information

·       Syllabus & Class rules

 

 

THURSDAY: 1-6                  Friday = LAST day for syllabus return

1

Tuesday: 1-11-11:

CH.1 VOCAB.- 6 COUNTRIES QUIZ

. PICK UP:

a. ch.1 objectives: Celebrate Oklahoma!

b. ch.1 Key Points Sheet

c. Ch.1 Scavenger Hunt w.s.

2. REVIEW:

 

- FINISH REVIEW OF SYLLABUS/CLASS RULES

        a. ch.1 objectives & ch.1 key points sheet

 

b. Textbook Layout

                - sign of the times

                - timeline (starting ch.3 p.63 & ch.4 p.89)

                - as you read

        c. Scavenger Hunt w.s.

         

 

FRIDAY: 1-7    

1. FINISH and DO: 
   A. Scavenger Hunt w.s.  

   B. Make flashcards for Tuesday's quiz
2. REVIEW: Scavenger Hunt w.s. 

3. Celebrate Oklahoma!

        a. YOUTUBE: OKC, A Better Living, A Better Life – write 10 facts

       
MONDAY: 1-10-11
1. PICK UP: Ch.1 Section 1-3 guided reading w.s.'s

2. FINISH: Youtube: about OKC from Friday
      
3. DO: 
      a. Ch.1 Section 1-3 guided reading w.s.'s
 
   What are the six “countries” of Oklahoma?




LESSON PLANS: 12-6 TO 12-10-10

 

FRIDAY: 12-3               ch.12 review w.s. quiz – MONDAY: 12-6-10

 

1. PICK UP: BIG POSTER PROJECT: directions & rubric

2. FINISH: ch.12 review w.s. & map w.s (picked up Wednesday)

3. REVIEW: ch.12 review w.s. & map w.s

 

 

MONDAY: 12-6           

 

1. STUDY:

2. ch.12 review w.s. quiz

3. POST QUIZ: Review textbook and begin research for poster project

 

BRING POSTERS TO SCHOOL WEDNESDAY: 12-8-10

 

TUESDAY: 12-7                     POST PROJECT DUE THURSDAY 12-9

1. PICK UP: n/a

2. COMPUTER LAB DAY

3.    

 

WEDNESDAY: 12-8

1. PICK UP:  n/a

2. WORK ON PROJECTS, copy board notes or Review for Final with Oklahoma History Summary.

 

 

 

THURSDAY: 12-9

 

1. FINISH PROJECTS (IF NEED BE):

2. POST PROJECT TURN IN

3. FINALS PREP.: WRITE flashcards over each underlined/bold print word or phrase from the Oklahoma History Summary

 

 

FRIDAY: 12-10

 

1. TURN IN:  LATE PROJECTS HAND BACK RUBRICS

 

 

2. REVIEW 20th century and beyond in Oklahoma History

        ANSWER THE FOLLOWING: It’s Your Turn ch.14, 15, 17, & 18

a.   CH.14

                                                                                     i.      p. 354 1-3 Oklahoma – statehood era

                                                                                  ii.      p. 362 1-3 Oklahoma – early statehood years

b.   CH.15

                                                                                     i.      p. 385 1-3 Oklahoma in 1920’s – Tulsa Race Riot

                                                                                  ii.      p. 396 1-3 Oklahoma during the Great Depression

c.     CH.17

                                                                                     i.      p. 440 1-3 Oklahoma in 1960’s & 1970’s

                                                                                  ii.      p. 451 1-3 Oklahoma in 1980’s

d.   CH.18

                                                                                     i.      p. 466 1-3 Oklahoma in 1990’s

 

3. STUDY:  FOR FINALS



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 11-29 to 12-4-10

 

TUESDAY: 11-23                  

1. STUDY & number paper (see board)

2. CH.10 TEST

3. POST TEST: SCAN & NOTE:

Ch.11, 12, & 13: Looking & noting

                        Ch.11: Rebuilding Indian Territory

-         All Black Towns

-         RR’s through Indian Territory

-         Outlaw’s & Lawmen

 

Ch.12: Boomers, Sooners, & Ok. Terr.

-         Breaking up of Indian Tribes (Dawes & Curtis Act)

-         LAND RUN!!

o   Causes

o   Government decisions

o   Events

o   results

Ch.13: Becoming 46th State

-         STATEHOOD:

o   Causes

o   Government decisions (ex: Enabling Act)

o   Events

o   result


 

MONDAY: 11-29          MAKE UP CH.10 TEST MONDAY 11-29

 

1. COPY OUTLINE: from Tuesday before break

2. COMPLETE OUTLINE   & MAKE UP TESTS

3. REVIEW THEMES OF CH.11 TO 13

 

 

TUESDAY: 11-30                  

1. FINISH: out line from yesterday

2. REVIEW: review notes from ch.11-13

3.    

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 12-1

1. PICK UP:  ch.12 review w.s. (quiz on Monday), ch.12 map on Land Run, & Oklahoma History Summary hand out (2 pages)

2. STUDY: Ch.11 review quiz

3. Ch.11 review quiz

4. POST QUIZ: COPY BOARD NOTES: Land Run cause, events, results

5. REVIEW: Land Run

6. HOMEWORK: do ch.12 review w.s. & map w.s.

       

 

THURSDAY: 12-2 

1. FINISH: COPYING board notes from yesterday

2. REVIEW: ch.12 Oklahoma Land Run

 

FRIDAY: 12-3               ch.12 review w.s. quiz – MONDAY: 12-6-10

 

1. PICK UP: BIG POSTER PROJECT: directions & rubric

2. FINISH: ch.12 review w.s. & map w.s (picked up Wednesday)

3. REVIEW: ch.12 review w.s. & map w.s

 


 

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 11-22 to 11-23-10

 

FRIDAY: 11-19              CH.10 TEST TUESDAY 11-23-10

 

1. NOTICE!!: ch.10 powerpoint for section 2 for section 2 notes.

STUDY

2. CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ: Write 10 multiple choice and 5 fill-in questions (in your notes) and post ONE on the board.

REVIEW: Section 2: War on the Plains

 

MONDAY: 11-22

 

1. PICK UP: CH.10 STUDY GUIDE

2. REVIEW: Ch.10 Section 2  GROUP SECTION 2 info. into categories

3. REVIEW FOR CH.10 TEST

 

TUESDAY: 11-23                  

1. STUDY & number paper (see board)

2. CH.10 TEST

3. POST TEST: SCAN & NOTE:


Ch.11, 12, & 13: Looking & noting

                        Ch.11: Rebuilding Indian Territory

-         All Black Towns

-         RR’s through Indian Territory

-         Outlaw’s & Lawmen

 

Ch.12: Boomers, Sooners, & Ok. Terr.

-         Breaking up of Indian Tribes (Dawes & Curtis Act)

                                    -         LAND RUN!!

o   Causes

o   Government decisions

o   Events

o   results

Ch.13: Becoming 46th State

-         STATEHOOD:

o   Causes

o   Government decisions (ex: Enabling Act)

o   Events
-
results


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 11-15 to 11-19-10

 

FRIDAY: 11-12 CH.9 TEST MONDAY 11-15-10

 

1. STUDY:

2. CH.9 REVIEW QUIZ (based on Wednesday’s ch.9 puzzle w.s.)

3. REVIEW: Section 2 Civil War in Indian Territory by reviewing Thursday’s w.s.’s

 

 

MONDAY: 11-15

 

1. STUDY

2. REVIEW for ch.9 test Tuesday

 

TUESDAY: 11-16                   CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ FRIDAY

 

1. STUDY: & Number paper 1-25
TURN IN CH.9 STUDY GUIDE – when asked for

2. CH.9 TEST

3. POST TEST: 3

DO: Begin ch.10 Trouble on the Plains

a.  READ & NOTE: p.232 - 233: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p. 234 - 235: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.  COPY: p.235: Timeline

d. It’s Your Turn: p.239 #1-3

 

CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ FRIDAY 11-19-10:
also review ch.10 review W.S.

WEDNESDAY: 11-17                    

1. PICK UP: CH.10 Objectives

2. OUTLINE: Section 1: See board for guide.

3. INTRO & REVIEW: CH.10 Trouble on the Plains

Section 1: From Destruction to Reconstruction

1.       review how  Opening the West impacted Indian Life.

2.       predict why the pre-Civil War treaties  with the Five Nations were no longer valid and what resulted.

CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ FRIDAY 11-19-10:
also review ch.10 review w.s. (vocab. check)


THURSDAY: 11-18               

                                               

1. PICK UP:

2. CONTINUE REVIEW: Section 1: From Destruction to Reconstruction

 

 

FRIDAY: 11-19

 

1. PICK UP:

STUDY

2. CH.10 VOCAB.QUIZ

REVIEW: Section 2: War on the Plains

1.       examine the federal government’s efforts to get and maintain control over the Plains tribes.

 

2.       explain how the tribes resettled into Indian Territory after the Civil War and how that impacted the original nations within Indian Territory.

3.       Know the importance of:

a.     Caddo Frontier Guard                                   

b.     Chief Black Kettle                                                                            

c.      Fort Nichols                                                                                       

d.     “Kit” Carson                                                                                       

e.     Medicine Lodge Treaty

f.       Gen. Philip Sheridan’s Winter Campaign against the Plains Indians

                                                               i.      Battle of the Washita

                                                             ii.      Battle of Soldier Springs

                                                            iii.      Ft. Sill

g.     Pres. US Grants’ “New Indian Policy”

h.     Lawrie Tatum    

i.        The Red River War & Quanah and Cynthia Ann Parker

j.       The Last Battle in the Territory – Battle of Turkey Springs

Relocation of remaining Plains Indian Tribes** & what resutled




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 11-8 to 11-12-10

 

THURSDAY: 11-4

                                CH.9 VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 11-9-10

1. Turn In: CH.8 STUDY GUIDE

2. DO:

Begin ch.9 The Civil War in the Indian Territory

a.  READ & NOTE: p.210 - 211: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p. 212 - 213: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.  COPY: p.213: Timeline

d. DO:

1.    Each of section 1’s map questions (p.215, 216, & 217)

2.  It’s Your Turn: p.217 #’s 1-3

3. Understanding the Facts: p.230 #’s 1-5

 

 

MONDAY: 11-8 CH.9 VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 11-9-10

 

1. PICK UP: ch.9 objectives

2. FINISH: Ch.9 Section 1 h.w. from Thursday

3. REVIEW: Section 1: Divided Loyalties

1.     review the many causes of the Civil War.

 

2.     understand the importance of the Election of 1860 and causing the Civil War.

 

3.     indentify where the fighting begins and why the Civil War begins where it does.

 

TUESDAY: 11-9                    

1. PICK UP: ch.9 Top 5 Causes of Civil War – class notes

STUDY

2. ch.9 vocab. quiz

REVIEW: finish h.w. & review Top 5 Causes of Civil War on board & in your notes

WEDNESDAY: 11-10

1. PICK UP:  Ch.9 review puzzle – KNOW FOR QUIZ Thursday 11-11-10

2. DEBATE: THE MOST IMPORTANT CAUSE OF THE CIVIL WAR

       

                                                CH.9 TEST MONDAY 11-15-10

THURSDAY: 11-11        

                        CH.9 REVIEW QUIZ FRIDAY 11-12-10(puzzle w.s.)

1. PICK UP: ch.9 study guide, section 2 guided reading, & section 2 Indian Territory Civil War Battles chart

2. REVIEW: Section2 – by completing the above w.s.’s

1.       comprehend why the tribes were split and supported both the Union and the Confederacy.

 

2.       review the many battles fought in Indian Territory and understand which was the largest of the battles.

 

3.       examine the important individuals and leaders who affected the Civil War in Indian Territory.

EXAMPLES:

a)      Jefferson Davis                 d)Opothleyahola              g) Gen. Robert E. Lee

b)      Albert Pike                          e) Stand Watie                  h) Gen. US Grant

c)   Abraham Lincoln                f) Frederick Douglass      i) Gen. William T. Sherman

 

4.       Indentify where the Civil War ends and who was involved.

 

 

FRIDAY: 11-12 CH.9 TEST MONDAY 11-15-10

 

1. STUDY:

2. CH.9 REVIEW QUIZ (based on Wednesday’s ch.9 puzzle w.s.)

3. REVIEW: Section 2 Civil War in Indian Territory by reviewing Thursday’s w.s.’s




LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 11-1 to 11-5-10

 

SEE ME IF YOU MISSED CH.5-6 TEST FOR MAKE UP DATE

 

FRIDAY: 10-29

I Witnessed History: Due Wednesday 11/3/10

          Directions Page on my website – will review Monday

1. PICK UP: Ch.8 objectives & ch.8 Section 1 & 2 Guided reading

2. ch.7 REVIEW quiz & ch.5-6 test Make Ups

FINISH: Post quiz work from Thursday & today’s w.s.’s

3. REVIEW: intro ch.8  

ch.8 vocab. quiz: Tuesday 11/2/10

 

MONDAY: 11-1

 

1. PICK UP:

a. Directions Page for Ch.8: Mini Project I Witnessed History

b. Ch. 8 Study Guide: Due: Wednesday 11-3-10

2. REVIEW: Ch.8 Section 1 

Westward Movement

1.      describe Manifest Destiny and its impact on westward expansion – what state’s became part of the U.S. (including what war’s and treaties took place to help acquire land).

2.     review the differing opinions and impressions of Indian Territory and how or if this impacted Indian Territory and westward travel.

3. POP QUIZ: Ch.8 Section 1

4. POST QUIZ: DO: today’s w.s.’s

  

I Witnessed History: Due Wednesday 11/3/10

TUESDAY: 11-2                    

1. PICK UP: Ch. 8 Eyewitness to History – America’s 1st Steam Locomotive

STUDY

2. ch.8 vocab. quiz

3. POST QUIZ:

        Do:

a. Ch. 8 Eyewitness to History – America’s 1st Steam Locomotive

b. Work on miniproject

c.  finish: Section 2 guided reading

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 11-3

1. TURN IN (WHEN ASKED FOR):  Ch.8: Mini Project I Witnessed History

 

2. REVIEW: Ch.8 Section 2 - guided reading & text

        Crossing the Territory

1.      understand the various methods & routes travelers took westward, including those through Indian Territory (ex: Santa Fe Trail and Texas Road).

 

2.      enjoy Autograph Rock and Signature Rock along the Santa Fe Trail

 

3.      comprehend the difficulties on life on the trail and what was written or placed along the trail to aid travelers.

 

4.      be able to explain the impact of the railroad during this era.

 

5.      review the various methods & changes in communication during this era; telegraph to the Pony Express.


 

THURSDAY: 11-4

                                CH.9 VOCAB. QUIZ TUESDAY 11-9-10

1. Turn In: CH.8 STUDY GUIDE

2. DO:

Begin ch.9 The Civil War in the Indian Territory

a.  READ & NOTE: p.210 - 211: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p. 212 - 213: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.  COPY: p.213: Timeline

d. DO:

1.    Each of section 1’s map questions (p.215, 216, & 217)

2.  It’s Your Turn: p.217 #’s 1-3

                    3. Understanding the Facts: p.230 #’s 1-5


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 10-25 to 10-29-10

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-20

1. PICK UP:  ch.7 Section 1 Guided Reading

CH.5-6 TEST MAKE UPS

2. FINISH & DO: Yesterday’s work, board questions and today’s w.s.

       

ch.7 vocab. quiz TUESDAY 10-26-10

 

MONDAY: 10-25

 

1. PICK UP: Ch.7 Section 2 chart on Tribal Governments & Choctaw Constitution, & copy of US Bill of Rights

2. REVIEW: Ch.7 Section 1 

3. POP QUIZ: Ch.7 Section 1

4. POST QUIZ: DO: today’s w.s.’s

 

 


ch.7 REVIEW quiz - Thursday 

TUESDAY: 10-26                 

1. PICK UP: nothing – unless absent yesterday

STUDY

2. ch.7 vocab. quiz

POST QUIZ:

1.    understand the series of problems facing the varying tribes that are now forced to live in Indian Territory.

2.     compare and contrast how each of the Five Nations adjusted to life in Indian Territory – ex: establishment of schools, missionaries, and government systems (constitutions modeled after the US.)

FINISH & REVIEW:

        a. Ch.7 Section 2 chart on Tribal Governments

b. Choctaw Constitution

c.  The copy of US Bill of Rights

 

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-27

1. PICK UP: 

2. REVIEW: finish ch.7 section 2 review


 

THURSDAY: 10-28

 

1. STUDY:

2. ch.7 REVIEW quiz:

3. POST QUIZ:

        Begin ch.8 Opening the West

a.  READ & NOTE: p.190 - 191: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p. 192 - 193: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.  COPY: p.193: Timeline

d. DO:

1.      Map question: p.196

2.    It’s Your Turn: p.197 # 1 - 3

3.    Understanding the Facts: p.208 # 1 - 2

 

 

SEE ME IF YOU MISSED CH.5-6 TEST FOR MAKE UP DATE


FRIDAY: 10-29

I Witnessed History: Due Wednesday 11/3/10

          Directions Page on my website – will review Monday

1. PICK UP: Ch.8 objectives & ch.8 Section 1 & 2 Guided reading

2. ch.7 REVIEW quiz & ch.5-6 test Make Ups

FINISH: Post quiz work from Thursday & today’s w.s.’s

3. REVIEW: intro ch.8  

ch.8 vocab. quiz: Tuesday 11/2/10



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 10-18 to 10-22-10

 

 

 

FRIDAY: 10-15 CH.5-6 TEST: Monday 10-18-10

 

1. PICK UP: ch.5-6 Study Guide (due test day)

2. FINISH: Indian Relocation map.

3. REVIEW: READ: p.151 write 4 – 5 facts about Sequoyah

1.      Review the other tribes that were removed into Oklahoma?

2.      Examine the importance of Sequoyah?

Comprehend how the Stokes Commission had come about and what was its purpose?

 

MONDAY: 10-18

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST: 1-25 (redline) 26-45 middle

2. CH.5-6 TEST:

3. POST TEST: Begin ch.7 New Land, New Beginnings

a. READ & NOTE: p.164 - 165: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p.166 - 167: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.   COPY: p.167: Timeline

d.  READ & NOTE: p.172 - 173: Spotlight: Buffalo: 3 – 5 facts

TALK ABOUT CH.5-6 TEST

 

 

Do: For Section 1 ch.7

p.163: George Catlin: Primary Source: Read & Note + #1-2

p.171: # 1-3 It’s Your Turn

p.188: #1-3 Understanding the Facts

TUESDAY: 10-19                                 

1. PICK UP: Ch.7 Objectives

2. REVIEW: Section 1: Forts

1.      understand why negotiating peace was so important to all people who lived or traded in Indian Territory.

 

2.      be able to discuss purpose of the new forts built and what they were trying to established in Indian Territory.

 

3.      easily comprehend why and how Indian Territory needed to be surveyed.

 

4.      explain the surrounding changes taking place around Indian Territory – ex: Panhandle and Texas Independence.        

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-20

1. PICK UP:  ch.7 Section 1 Guided Reading

CH.5-6 TEST MAKE UPS

2. FINISH & DO: Yesterday’s work and today’s w.s.

       

ch.7 vocab. quiz TUESDAY 10-26-10


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 10-11 to 10-15-10

 

FRIDAY: 10-8

4 scene comic: due:     Monday 10-11-10

1. PICK UP: Directions page

2. REVIEW: Section 2 guided reading & review questions (on board)

& do: 4 scene comic

DIRECTIONS: See Directions page on website if absent

 

MONDAY: 10-11

                                      CH.6 VOCAB. QUIZ Thursday 10-14-10

1. PICK UP:

2. Do: Start ch.6: A Clash of Cultures

a.  READ & NOTE: p.136-137: 2 – 3 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p.138 - 139: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.   COPY: p.139: Timeline

d.  READ & NOTE: p.151: Oklahoma Profiles: Sequoyah 3 – 5 facts

e.   It’s your Turn: p.147 1-3

CH.5-6 TEST: Monday 10-18-10

 

 


 

TUESDAY: 10-12         

1. PICK UP: Ch.6 Section 1 Guided Reading

2. Do: Ch.6 Section 1 Guided Reading

REVIEW: Section 1: Treaties

1.      Understand what Oklahoma’s position was as a US territory.

2.      Explain the War of 1812 & how it affected how the US viewed itself and by the British.

3.      Comprehend what the importance of the Missouri Compromise of 1820 and did it accomplish its goal.

4.      Examine which tribes migrated early on to Oklahoma and why.

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 10-13  CH.6 VOCAB. QUIZ Thursday 10-14-10

1. PICK UP:  Ch.6 Section 2 Chart & map/timeline w.s.

2. REVIEW: finish review of Section 1

3. DO: Ch.6 Section 2 Chart & map/timeline w.s.
 Objectives: Section 2      

1.      See how assimilation worked in America in the early 1800’s?

2.      Understand Andrew Jackson’s role in Indian Removal and the various tribes and treaties involved.

3.      Describe who the FIVE TRIBES and explain each nation’s removal process from beginning to end in Oklahoma.

  

THURSDAY: 10-14

 

1. PICK UP: Indian Relocation Map

STUDY:

2. CH.6 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:

        a. finish chart and w.s.’s from yesterday

        b. do: Indian Relocation map

 

 

FRIDAY: 10-15

CH.5-6 TEST: Monday 10-18-10

1. PICK UP: ch.5-6 Study Guide (due test day)

2. FINISH: Indian Relocation map.

3. REVIEW: READ: p.151 write 4 – 5 facts about Sequoyah

      1.      Review the other tribes that were removed into Oklahoma?

      2.      Examine the importance of Sequoyah?
3.
Comprehend how the Stokes Commission had come about and what was its purpose?


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 10-4 to 10-8-10

 

FRIDAY: 10-1

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST: 1-25 (redline) 26-40 middle

2. CH.3-4 TEST:

3. POST TEST: Begin ch.5 Oklahoma in Early America

a. READ & NOTE: p.110-111: 3 – 5 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p.112-113: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.   COPY: p.113: Timeline

d.  READ & NOTE: p.132-133: Spotlight: River Transportation: 3 – 5 facts

 

TUESDAY: 10-5                    4 scene comic: due: Friday 10-8-10

1. PICK UP: ch.5 objectives & Primary Source Doc: Declaration of Independence

2. FINISH: outline ch.5 Section 1

3. School House Rocks – Videos on American Revolution, Review Section 1 – review Primary Source Doc.

4. SECTION 1 QUIZ

       

                                                        Ch.5 vocab. quiz Thursday 10-7

WEDNESDAY: 10-6

1. PICK UP:  Eyewitness to History: Declaration of Independence

2. REVIEW:  Declaration of Independence & Preamble  

3. School House Rocks    

4. SECTION 1 QUIZ

 

THURSDAY: 10-7

 

1. STUDY: for vocab. quiz

2. Ch.5 vocab. quiz

3. Post quiz:

        a. finish Eyewitness to History: Declaration of Independence

        b. It’s Your Turn: p.131 – Answer three questions

4. REVIEW: Eyewitness to History

Section 2: The Louisiana Purchase

1.       What impact does Napoleon Bonaparte have on Oklahoma history?  How so?

 

2.       The Louisiana Purchase leads to an American expedition boom – why and what resulted?

a.       Sparks Expedition

b.      Pike-Wilkinson Expedition

c.       Sibley Expedition

d.      Long Expedition

 

3.       What was the purpose of the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819?

 

4.       Trade is vital to any nation or region, where is trade occurring in Oklahoma & why there?   

 

FRIDAY: 10-8

4 scene comic: due:     Monday 10-11-10

1. PICK UP: Directions page

2. REVIEW: Section 2 guided reading & review questions (on board)

& do: 4 scene comic

DIRECTIONS: See Directions page on website if absent

LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 9-27 to 10-1-10

 

CH.4 VOCAB. QUIZ

 

TUESDAY: 9/28/10

 

MONDAY: 9-27                                  

 

1. PICK UP:

2. FINISH: Friday’s chart on Section 1 Explorers – 4 W’s and an HS

3. REVIEW: CANDY REVIEW of Section 1

4. WATCH: YOUTUBE:

 

TUESDAY: 9-28

WHO AM I? Explorers Quiz – Wednesday 9-29

1. PICK UP: Explorer's hunt w.s.

STUDY:

CH.3-4 TEST: THURSDAY

2. CH.4 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. POST QUIZ:

        a. Do explorer's hunt w.s.
        b. OUTLINE: Section 2: 3-5 facts under

            each subtitle

 

WEDNESDAY: 9-29

1. PICK UP: 

2. STUDY
3. WHO AM I? Explorers Quiz
4. POST QUIZ: 
    finish Section 2 & review for ch.3-4 test

       

 

THURSDAY: 9-30


1. study
2. review study guides (due tomorrow as a h.w. grade)
 

FRIDAY: 10-1


1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST: (Turn in study guides once asked for)

2. CH.3-4 TEST:

3. POST TEST: Begin ch.5 Oklahoma in Early America

a. READ & NOTE: p.110-111: 3 – 5 facts (both pages combined)

b.  READ & NOTE: p.112-113: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.   COPY: p.113: Timeline

d.  READ & NOTE: p.132-133: Spotlight: River Transportation: 3 – 5 facts

 

Monday: 10-4 

1. PICK UP: CH.5 OBJECTIVES

2. FINISH: Friday's post-test work

3. INTRODUCE:


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 9/20 to 9/24/10

 

MONDAY: 9/20           TUESDAY: 9/21/10: CH.3 Vocab. Quiz – all 16 red-bold print terms

 

1. STUDY: Earliest People Quiz

2. CH.3: Earliest People Quiz Matching w.s. from Thursday

3. POST QUIZ:

A.  Read & Note:  review every picture of Section 1 and write 1 – 2 facts about each.

B.  Read & Note: do the same for each ‘Something Extra’

 

 

4. WATCH: YOUTUBE:

A.           How to use an Atlatl

B.            Stone Axe (celt – type) on a Dugout Canoe

 

TUESDAY: 9/21                     CH.3 CH. QUIZ: THURSDAY

1. STUDY:

2. CH.3 VOCAB. QUIZ

3. Post quiz:

        ANSWER:

A.              Complete: “Who’s involved here?” – read each statement and write who it MOST relates to and briefly in what way(s).

B.              It’s your turn p.83


WEDNESDAY: 9/22                             CH.3 CH. QUIZ: THURSDAY

1. FINISH:  Yesterday’s assignments

2. REVIEW: Section 2

a. “Who’s involved here?”

b.  It’s your turn p.83

c.   Chapter review for ch.3 quiz Thursday

       

 

THURSDAY: 9/23

 

1. STUDY: CH.3 CH. QUIZ: THURSDAY

2. CH.3 CH. QUIZ: THURSDAY

3. POST QUIZ:

a.  READ & NOTE: p.86-87: 3 – 5 facts

b.  READ & NOTE: p.88 – 89: Sign of the Times 1 – 2 facts

c.   COPY: p.89: Timeline

d.  READ & NOTE: p.91: Oklahoma Mysteries: Heavener Runestone: 3 – 5 facts

 

FRIDAY: 9/24

 

1. PICK UP: ch.4 Objectives & ch.4 Explorers 4W’s w.s.
2. FINISH: Thursday’s assignment & do w.s.

3. REVIEW: INTRO: CH.4


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 9-13 to 9-17-10

 

MONDAY: 9-13

 

1. FINISH: CH.2 Guided Reading Sections 3 & 4

2. REVIEW: Section 4

Section 4: Oklahoma’s Climate

1.      Know the variety of Oklahoma’s climate, weather (precipitation), and elevations?

2.       What is a tornado and why is Oklahoma in a perfect place for them to occur?

3.       How does Oklahoma’s weather/climate impact its economy?

 

TUESDAY: 9-14

1. FINISH: All assignments

2. REVIEW:

        a. Section 3 Guided Reading

        b. Ch.2 Review for test

 

WEDNESDAY: 9-15

1. PICK UP: 

STUDY: CH.2 TEST

2. CH.2 TEST

3. POST TEST:


THURSDAY: 9-16

 

1. PICK UP: ch.3 objectives, Earliest People matching w.s. & chart on Oklahoma’s Prehistoric Cultures

FINISH: Wednesday’s h.w.

2. REVIEW: Intro. ch.3 with review of ch.3 objectives

3. DO:- ch.3 chart on Oklahoma’s Prehistoric Cultures

MONDAY: 9/20: Matching w.s. quiz: Earliest People Quiz

 

TUESDAY: 9/21/10: CH.3 Vocab. Quiz – all 16 red-bold print terms

       

 

FRIDAY: 9-17

 

1. FINISH: CH.3: chart and matching w.s.

2. REVIEW: Review: Section objectives 1 – 2

         - CH.3: chart and matching w.s. – CANDY REVIEW



LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 9-6 to 9-10-10

 

HAND BACK GRADED PAPERS

REVIEW CH.1 TEST

MONDAY: 9-6 NO SCHOOL

 

 

TUESDAY: 9-7                      ch.2 vocab. quiz Wednesday 9-8-10

1. FINISH: any unfinished work

2. REVIEW:

        a. ch.2 map w.s.

        b. QUIZ: ch.2 Regions of Oklahoma

        c. Outline Section 2 – Chart

 

 

WEDNESDAY: 9-8 QUIZ: ch.2 Regions of Oklahoma Thursday

1. STUDY: FOR VOCAB. QUIZ

Post Quiz: Do the following:

1. FINISH: Chart from Section 2

2. READ: p.37 Write a list words Major Sibley used to describe Oklahoma.  Then in 3 sentences, write his opinion in your own words.  HW if not finished – turn in Thursday 9/9

2. ch.2 vocab. quiz

3. REVIEW: Do: p.44: It’s your Turn #’s 1-3

 

THURSDAY: 9-9

1. PICK UP: CH.2 Guided Reading Sections 3 & 4

QUIZ: ch.2 Regions of Oklahoma

2. REVIEW: Oklahoma Natural Resources

        - hand draw: outline the section by hand drawing the natural resources & then writing 3-5 facts about it.

Complete Section 3 Guided Reading on Oklahoma Natural Resources

 

FRIDAY: 9-10

9-11 Day of Remembrance

1. TURN IN: Major Sibley’s Diary

2. REVIEW:

·       Quick review: Section 3 draw & define

·       9-11-01: 9 Year Anniversary of Most Tragic Event in US history.

DO: Write Down: & fill in what you see – 3 to 5 facts

Just Prior   The Attack   The Collapse  The Aftermath  The Reaction

o  YouTube:

§  WTC – 911 5th Anniversary Memorial Music Video

§  2nd Place WTC

§  Collapse Inside the World Trade Center!

§  People in street watch Tower 2 Fall and react

§  9/11 Moments After

§  New Yorker confronts Muslims in front of Mosque – From 7


LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 8-30 to 9-3-10

CH.1 TEST: WEDNESDAY 9-1-10

 


MONDAY: 8-30

 

1. COMPLETE: ch.1 Guided Reading & Section 2 outline

2. REVIEW: ch.1 guided reading

3. CANDY REVIEW: section 2 Museums & Historic Sites


TUESDAY: 8-31

1. PICK UP: CHART hand out: to represent each ethnic group & facts that best explain their Oklahoma experience.

2. REVIEW: review section 3: Ethnic Groups of Oklahoma

        a. American Indian                          f. Czechs

        b. African American                        g. Hispanics

        c. British & Irish                                 h. Asians & Pacific Islanders

        d. Italians                                            i. Other Ethnic Groups

        e. German and Germans from Russia

       

 

WEDNESDAY: 9-1

1. STUDY & NUMBER PAPER FOR TEST: 

2. REVIEW: QUICK REVIEW OF CH.1

3. CH.1 TEST

4. POST TEST: Do ch.2 Section 1

                a. Outline Sign of Times p.26

                b. answer each map question p.28 & 29

                c. answer: It’s your turn p.29
LESSON PLANS FOR WEEK 8-23 to 8-27-10


CH.2 VOCAB. QUIZ – all 22 RED bold terms

Tuesday 9/7/10


THURSDAY: 9-2

 

1. PICK UP: CH.2 Objectives
DO: P.58 : Developing Critical Thinking Questions #’s 1 – 2

2. FINISH: any work from yesterday

3. REVIEW: Review objectives & intro ch.2

a. Outline Sign of Times p.26

                b. answer each map question p.28 & 29