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Lesson Plans August 22-26

David Miller                                                                                                          AP US & American History   

Week 2 (August 22- 26): English Colonization & Introduction of Slavery

Chapter 3: The American Colonies Take Shape (1607-1765)

Essential Question: How did colonial life in Pre-Revolutionary America influence our unique identity?

Standard(s)

Objectives

Activities

Assessments

CCSS ELA- Alignment

United States Beginnings Through 1820s - Students will analyze key historical periods; patterns of change over time; and ways people view, construct, and interpret the history of the United States.

H.12.5.5

Compare the social, economic, political, and geographic development of the New England, middle, and southern colonies from multiple perspectives using a variety of sources

H.12.5.6

Evaluate the economic and cultural effects of indentured servitude and slavery in the New England, middle, and southern colonies from multiple perspectives

 

Investigate the founding ot the early colonies, with emphasis on economics and slavery through PRIMARY SOURCE READINGS

 

Writing assignment reflecting understanding of topics covered

CCRA.R.1, 3, 7

CCRA.W.7, 8, 9

CCRA.SL.2, 3, 4

CCRA.L.6

 

David Miller                                                                                                                          Arkansas History                

Week 2 (August 22-26):  Pre- European Contact

Pre-European Exploration Through Arkansas Settlement to 1802

Essential Question: How did native cultures impact the development of European colonies in America?

Standard(s)

Objectives

Activities

Assessments

CCSS ELA- Alignment

Content Standard 1: Students will analyze the early history of Arkansas.  

AH.9-12.1 Compare and contrast prehistoric cultural characteristics of early native populations in Arkansas

1. Discuss known characteristics of pre-Columbian natives.

2. Research and present information on assigned native groups

1.  participation in class discussion

 

2. Presentation

CCRA.R.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9

CCRA.W.2, 7, 8, 9

CCRA.SL.1, 2, 3, 4

AH.9-12.2 Analyze the impact of European explorers on native populations and the environment from multiple perspectives

1.  Investigate the historical record of European exploration in the Arkansas

1. writing assignment over European exploration documents