The task is to create TWO maps of a town – one BEFORE the Industrial Revolution, and one AFTER. And write a mini-essay about which you’d rather live in!
HERE is the NEW and IMPROVED Task Sheet
You will also need to share your research document with me HERE.
Here are the TSCs
And HERE is the final IN CLASS essay that needs to be written, printed, and handed in at the END OF CLASS (Tuesday March 28th) along with your maps.
Here is the task
The research sheet is in the task sheet.
You need to make a copy of the research sheet and share it with me!
This is for Friday Feb 3rd, 2017 – I will be running a Tech Days workshop.
- Complete your 2 slides for the IR Knock-Out game (30 minutes ONLY)
- Follow the instructions for this activity carefully – complete the activity!
And take time to clean up. This is not our room!
We are going to do something a little different – we’re going to learn a bit from a text and answer some questions.
Please read through the PDF. You can print it out if you want, and when you are done, I would like you to work through the questions on Page 232, and Part 3 on Page 233 (the questions on the Nile).
You can use a googleDoc to write your responses, or paper. It’s up to you.
River Text – New Wider World-1kimdms
Read THIS myth
Here is the task, with the TSC
Make a copy of the analysis document (another) and fill it in, print it, and hand it in!
make a copy of this doc.
Put your name in the title.
Today we are going to start learning about the IR. First task – READ and take notes.
Using the History Channel’s site – read through the IR sections and watch the videos if you want. And take some notes (you can start a google.doc for the unit, or use pen and paper). What are the BIG ideas, the major points, the basics, that you should know? What are the causes and effects of the industrial revolution?
Then, we will share our ideas and watch THIS to see if it summarizes it well.
Here is your first, individual (by yourself!!!) task to get familiar with rivers of the world!
Here is the outline for what you need to do and the Skills List
You need one example from each of your classes:
English; I&S; Math; Science; Art; Drama; Design; Music; Language; PE
Here is an example that you can use for inspiration.