After having a look at THIS site, determine and create a list (in chronological order) of the top 12 events that you think impacted Yokohama.
Here is the sheet to help us think about Child Labour in the chocolate industry.
Did you eat the chocolate?
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.
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!
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.
Today you are going to prepare for a little game that we will play next class.
Each of you will be assigned an individual from the Renaissance to do a little research on (using Encyclopedia Britannica to start, of course!)
You need to produce 2 google slides on THIS shared Slide presentation.
- Who your person was
- Why THEY were the most important person in the Renaissance.
Next class, we will present the slides and one-by-one you will decide who is more powerful, and who should be ‘knocked-out’!
Here is the list of people, the instructions again AND a list of questions to get your research started.
Good luck! and may the best Renaissance Man win! (that’s a joke – I’ll explain it later!)
- Choose 1 question each from Backward, Inward, Outward, and Forward. (so four questions in total). Here is the list.
- Answer the four questions you chose thinking about the Empires unit.
- Create a Google Slides presentation to put on your BLOG
- Try to include Learner Profile attributes OR Approaches to Learning skills
- Include visuals…screenshots of your work, links to googledocs, etc.