Topic 1: Geography Skills

Universal:
Course:
(21C) Skills. organize and interpret information from visuals, including maps
(21H) Skills. use appropriate mathematical skills to interpret social studies information such as maps and graphs
(22A) Skills. use social studies terminology correctly

Monday 8/25
Learning OBJ: SWBAT build rapport with Coach Rodriguez and go over class syllabus.
Activity: Get to know you builders
Assessment: Syllabus due tomorrow 8/26

Tuesday 8/26
Learning OBJ: SWBAT to review classroom expectations and identify direction concepts.
Activity: Direction W/s
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Wednesday 8/27
Learning OBJ: SWBAT identify key mapping concepts and explain why mapping directions are important.
Activity: Mapping SKills Chart
Assessment: Mapping Skills Chart

Thursday 8/28
Learning OBJ: SWBAT examine key components of latitude and longitudue.
Activity: Lat/Long WS
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Friday 8/29
Learning OBJ: SWBAT review key elements of classroom expecations and latitude and longitude.
Activity: Lat/Long Online Experience
Assessment: Lat/Long Exit Slip

Topic 2: Four Regions of Texas

Universal:
Course:
(9) Geography. Location and characteristics of places and regions of Texas.
(B) compare places and regions of Texas in terms of physical and human characteristics
Review of Terms Related to Regions:

Tuesday 9/2
Learning OBJ: SWBAT demonstrate a high understanding of the following three terms: Region, Physical and Human characteristics.
Activity: Concept Attainment/Frayer Models
Assessment: Frayer Models

Wednesday 9/3
Learning OBJ: SWBAT identify, label, and explain the key physical and human characteristics of the Coastal and North Central Plains.
Activity: 4 Regions of TX
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Thursday 9/4
Learning OBJ: SWBAT identify, label, and explain the key physical and human characteristics of the Great Plains and Mountains and Basins Region.
Activity: 4 Regions of TX
Assessment: Exit Slip

Friday 9/5
Learning OBJ: SWBAT be assessed via Unit 1 CBA.
Assignment: CBA 1
Assessment: CBA 1

Topic 1: Native Americans

Universal:
Course:
(9)~~Geography. Location and characteristics of places and regions of Texas.
(C)~analyze the effects of physical and human factors such as climate, weather, landforms, irrigation, transportation, and communication on major events in Texas
(2)~ History. Individuals, events, and issues prior to the Texas Revolution shaped the history of Texas.
(A)~Compare the cultures of Native Americans in Texas prior to European colonization.
(9)~~Geography. Location and characteristics of places and regions of Texas.
(B)~~compare places and regions of Texas in terms of physical and human characteristics
(21A) Skills.  differentiate between, locate, and use primary and secondary sources such as databases, biographies and artifacts to acquire information about Texas
(21B) Skills.   Analyze information by categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect relationships, comparing, contrasting, making generalizations, making inferences and drawing conclusions

Monday 9/8
Learning OBJ: SWBAT review their CBA from Friday and then create Concept Attainment Models over Culture and Human-Interaction Environment.
Activity: Concept Attainment Model
Assessment: Concept Attainment Model

Tuesday 9/9
Learning OBJ: SWBAT analyze the push-pull factors that caused humans to migrate into North America, thus creating the cultures set forth by N.A.
Activity: Quick Write Beringia
Assessment: Exit Slip-Quick Write

Wednesday 9/10
Learning OBJ: SWBAT identify and organize each Native American culture in TX History and explain key characteristics that represent that culture.
Activity: N.A. Graphing Organizer
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Thursday 9/11
Learning OBJ: create Native American Projects explaining each culture and explain how they adapted to their environment (Environmental Factors).
Activity: N.A. Group Project-Create Poster Boards
Assessment: Group Evaluation

Friday 9/12
Learning OBJ: create Native American Projects explaining each culture and explain how they adapted to their environment (Environmental Factors).
Activity: N.A. Group Project-Create Poster Boards
Assessment: Group Evaluation

Topic 2: Explorers

Universal:
Course:
(1) History. Traditional historical points of reference in Texas history.
(A) identify the major eras in Texas history, describe their defining characteristics, and explain why historians divide the past into eras, including Age of Contact
(2) History. Individuals, events, and issues through the Mexican National Era shaped the history of Texas.
(B) identify important individuals, events, and issues related to European exploration of Texas, such as Alonso Álvarez de Pineda, Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca and his writings, the search for gold, and the conflicting territorial claims between France and Spain

Monday 9/15
Learning OBJ: SWBAT create a foldable explaining the 3 G's of the Spanish Exploration.
Activity: 3 G's Foldable
Assessment: 3 G's Foldable

Tuesday 9/16
Learning OBJ: SWBAT analyze the Spanish Explorers that visited Texas and identify key figures.
Activity: Stop, Draw, Summarize
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Wednesday 9/17
Learning OBJ: SWBAT analyze the Spanish Explorers that visited Texas and identify key figures.
Activity: Stop, Draw, Summarize
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Thursday 9/18
Learning OBJ: SWBAT review over the key concepts from Unit 2 (Beringia, Human-Enviornment Interaction, Spanish Exploration)
Activity: Unit 2 Review
Assessment: Unit 2 Review

Friday 9/19
Learning OBJ: SWBAT be assessed via Unit 2.
Activity: Unit 2 CBA
Assessment: Unit 2 CBA

Topic 1: Spanish Colonization

Universal:
Course:
(2) History. Individuals, events, and issues through the Mexican National Era shaped the history of Texas.
(C) identify important events and issues related to European colonization of Texas, including the establishment of Catholic missions and individuals such as Fray Damián Massanet, José de Escandón, Antonio Margil de Jesús, and Francisco Hidalgo

Monday 9/22
Learning OBJ: SWBAT be assessed via CBA 2.
Activity: CBA 2
Assessment: CBA 2

Tuesday 9/23
Learning OBJ: SWBAT create frayer models explaining key concepts: Expansion, Colinization, Conversion.
Activity: Unit 3 Frayer Model
Assessment: Unit 3 Frayer Model

Wednesday 9/24
Learning OBJ: SWBAT will be able to learn the process of Cornell notes and examine the reasons for Spanish Colonization.
Activity: Cornell Notes-Mission/Presido System
Assessment: Exit Slip

Thursday 9/25
Learning OBJ: SWBAT analyze the day in the life of the Mission-Presidio System.
Activity:
Assessment:

Friday 9/26
Learning OBJ: SWBAT explain why the Mission/Presidio System failed and the fall of Spanish Colonization in TX.
Activity: Writing Prompt
Assesment: Writing Prompt

Topic 1: Spanish Colonization

Universal:
Course:
(2) History. Individuals, events, and issues through the Mexican National Era shaped the history of Texas.
(C) identify important events and issues related to European colonization of Texas, including the establishment of Catholic missions and individuals such as Fray Damián Massanet, José de Escandón, Antonio Margil de Jesús, and Francisco Hidalgo

Monday 9/29
Learning OBJ: SWBAT examine the Louisiana Purchase and the effects it had on Spanish Colonization.
Activity: LP WS/Map
Assessment: LP WS

Tuesday 9/30
Learning OBJ: SWBAT explain the following concepts: Cultural Diffusion and Revolution.
Activity: Frayer Model
Assessment: Frayer Model

Wednesday 10/1
Learning OBJ: SWBAT review for their Unit 2/3 CBA.
Activity: Hallway Review
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Thursday 10/2
Learning OBJ: SWBAT be assessed via Unit 2 and 3.
Activity: Unit 2/3 CBA
Assessment: Unit 2/3 CBA

Friday 10/3
Learning OBJ: SWBAT examine the beginnings of the Mexican National Era.
Activity: Mexican National Era Notes
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Topic 2: Anglo Colonization

Universal:
People develop political and legal systems to manage conflict and establish order.
Course:
(2) History. Individuals, events, and issues through the Mexican National Era shaped the history of Texas.
(D) identify the issues and events related to Mexico becoming an independent nation and its impact on Texas, including Texas involvement in the fight for independence, Jose Gutierrez de Lara , the Battle of Medina, the Mexican federal Constitution of 1824, the merger of Texas and Coahuila as a state, the State Colonization Law of 1825, and slavery

Monday 10/6
Target OBJ: SWBAT examine the beginnings of the Mexican National Era and identify causes/effects of Mexico becoming Independent.
Activity: Mexican National Era Bubble Map
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Tuesday 10/7
Target OBJ: SWBAT understand the meaning of the term Empersario and explain how Moses Austin first colonized TX.
Activity: Cornell Notes
Assessment: Cornell Summary

Wednesday 10/8
Target OBJ: SWBAT analyze the works of Stephen F. Austin, Martin, and De Witt to determine their contribution to colonizing TX.
Activity: Empersario WS
Assessment: Empersario WS

Thursday 10/9
Target OBJ: SWBAT create Empersario foldables explaining the process of colonization.
Activity: Foldable (Empersario)
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Friday 10/10
Target OBJ: SWBAT comprehend the role of Filibusters and infer possible effects from their actions.
Activity: Filibusters Packet
Assessment: Filibusters Packet

Topic 2: Anglo Colonization

Universal:
People develop political and legal systems to manage conflict and establish order.
Course:
(2) History. Individuals, events, and issues through the Mexican National Era shaped the history of Texas.
(D) identify the issues and events related to Mexico becoming an independent nation and its impact on Texas, including Texas involvement in the fight for independence, Jose Gutierrez de Lara , the Battle of Medina, the Mexican federal Constitution of 1824, the merger of Texas and Coahuila as a state, the State Colonization Law of 1825, and slavery

Tuesday 10/14
Target OBJ: SWBAT create frayer models examining the following concepts: Independence, Migration, Conflict, and Point of View.
Activity: Unit 3 Frayer Model TEK 2D
Assessment: Frayer Models

Wednesday 10/15
Target OBJ: SWBAT analyze the Mexican Constitution of 1824 and differentiate the Federalist and Centralist Point of Views.
Activity: Cornell Notes TEK 2D
Assessment: Summary from Cornell Notes

Thursday 10/16
Target OBJ: SWBAT review for CBA 4 and then be assessed via CBA 4.
Activity: CBA 4
Assessment: CBA 4

Friday 10/17

Topic 1: Causes of the Conflict
Universal:
Course:
(3) History. How individuals, events, and issues related to the Texas Revolution shaped the history of Texas.
(A) trace the development of events that led to the Texas Revolution, including the Fredonian Rebellion, the Mier y Terán Report, the Law of April 6, 1830, the Turtle Bayou Resolutions, and the arrest of Stephen F. Austin
(17) Citizenship. The importance of the expression of different points of view in a constitutional republic.
(A) identify different points of view of political parties and interest groups on important Texas issues

Monday 10/20
Target OBJ: SWBAT examine the Freedonian Rebellion and predict what Mexico's response will be.
Activity: Freedonian Rebellion WS
Assessment: Freedonian WS

Tuesday 10/21
Target OBJ: SWBAT create hand diagrams of the Law of April 8, 1833
Activity: FiSTS Diagram
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Wednesday 10/22
Target OBJ: SWBAT create outlines examining the steps that lead towards the TX Revolution.
Activity: Outline leading towards Steps of the TX Revolution
Assessment: Exit Slip

Thursday 10/23
Target OBJ: SWBAT create outlines examining the steps that lead towards the TX Revolution.
Activity: Outline leading towards Steps of the TX Revolution
Assessment: Exit Slip

Friday 10/24
Target OBJ: SWBAT be introduce to the first battle of the TX Revolution.
Activity: Battle of Gonzales Cartoon Strips
Assessment: BOG Cartoon Strip

Topic 2: Texas Revolution

Universal:
Course:
(3)~ History. Individuals, events, and issues related to the Texas
(C) explain the issues surrounding significant events of the Texas Revolution, including the Battle of Gonzales, William B. Travis’s letter “To the people of Texas and All Americans in the World,” the siege of the Alamo and the 189 heroes who gave their lives there, the Constitutional Convention of 1836, Fannin's surrender at Goliad, and the Battle of San Jacinto.

Monday 10/27
Target OBJ: SWBAT examine the first battle of the TX Revolution: Battle of Gonzales.
Activity: Battle of Gonzales Packet
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Tuesday 10/28
Target OBJ: SWBAT create Battle of Gonzales Cartoon Strips.
Activity: BOFG Cartoon Strip
Assessment: BOFG Cartton Strip

Wednesday 10/29
Target OBJ: SWBAT compare and contrast the leaders of the TX Revolution: Sam vs Santa
Activity: Compare/Contrast Graphic Organizer
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Thursday 10/30
Target OBJ: SWBAT review and be assessed via CBA 5.
Activity: CBA 5
Assessment: CBA 5

Friday 10/31
Target OBJ: SWBAT examine the "Grass Fight" and then create maps displaying each major battle of the TX Revolution.
Activity: Cornell Notes and TX Revolution Map
Assessment: Hand Symbols

Topic 2: Texas Revolution

Universal:
Course:
(3)~ History. Individuals, events, and issues related to the Texas
(C) explain the issues surrounding significant events of the Texas Revolution, including the Battle of Gonzales, William B. Travis’s letter “To the people of Texas and All Americans in the World,” the siege of the Alamo and the 189 heroes who gave their lives there, the Constitutional Convention of 1836, Fannin's surrender at Goliad, and the Battle of San Jacinto.

11/3
Target OBJ: SWBAT create Cornell Notes examining the Siege of SA and compare contrast Sam VS Santa.
Activity: Cornell Notes
Assessment: Summary

11/4
Target OBJ: SWBAT examine the battle of the Alamo to understand the concept sacrifice.
Activity: Alamo WS
Assessment: Alamo WS

11/5
Target OBJ: SWBAT view the documentary covering the Alamo to gain perspective of the battle.
Activity: Group Discussion
Assessment: Hand Symbols

11/6
Target OBJ: SWBAT discuss the Convention of 1836 and determine it's impact on the TX Revolution (Declaration of Independence).
Activity: Compare/Contrast Dec. of Independence between US and TX
Assessment: Exit Slip

11/7
Target OBJ: SWBAT identify the concept massacre (Goliad Massacre) and comprehend the impact it had on Texans (Runaway Scrape).
Activity: Reading Analysis
Assessment: Exit Slip


Topic 2: Texas Revolution

Universal:
Course:
(3)~ History. Individuals, events, and issues related to the Texas
(C) explain the issues surrounding significant events of the Texas Revolution, including the Battle of Gonzales, William B. Travis’s letter “To the people of Texas and All Americans in the World,” the siege of the Alamo and the 189 heroes who gave their lives there, the Constitutional Convention of 1836, Fannin's surrender at Goliad, and the Battle of San Jacinto.

11/10
Target OBJ: SWBAT read for comprehension the Goldiad Massacre and Runaway Scrape.
Activity: Cornell Notes: Goliad Massacre and Runaway Scrape
Assessement: Essential Question

11/11
No Class due to Assembly and Testing

11/12
Target OBJ: SWBAT examine the Battle of San Jacinto and comprehend how geography played a role in the battle.
Activity: San Jacinto WS
Assessment: San Jacinto WS

11/13
Target OBJ: SWBAT analyze the Treaites of Velasco and the significance on TX History.
Activity: Treaties of Velasco Exercept
Assessment: Hand Symbols

11/14
Target OBJ: SWBATreview and be assessed via CBA 6.
Activity: CBA 6
Assessment: CBA 6

Topic 1:  Texas Constitution

Universal:
Course:
(14) Government. The basic principles reflected in the Texas Constitution.
(A) identify how the Texas Constitution reflects the principles of limited government, republicanism, checks and balances, federalism, separation of powers, popular sovereignty, and individual rights

11/17
Target OBJ: SWBATcreate graphic organizers to identify the three branches of the government and each role they play.
Activity: 3 Branches of Government Organization
Assessment: Summary

11/18
Target OBJ: SWBAT identify the 7 principles of Government (limited governement, republicanism, checks and balances, federalism, separation of powers, popular sovereignty, and individual rights).
Activity: 7 Principles of Government Notes
Assessment: Exit Slip

11/19
Target OBJ: SWBAT identify the 7 principles of Government (limited governement, republicanism, checks and balances, federalism, separation of powers, popular sovereignty, and individual rights).
Activity: 7 Principles of Government Notes
Assessment: Exit Slip

11/20
Target OBJ: SWBATaccurately assess case studies identify each prinicple of government.
Activity: Priniciples of Government Case Studies
Assessment: Priniciples of Government Case Study WS

11/21
Target OBJ: SWBATaccurately assess case studies identify each prinicple of government.
Activity: Priniciples of Government Case Studies
Assessment: Priniciples of Government Case Study WS

12/1
Target OBJ: SWBAT review for their district curriculum assessment via practice test.
Activity: District Practice Test
Assessment: District Practice Test

12/2
Target OBJ: SWBAT be assessed over curriculum via CA 1 provided by the District.
Activity: District Assessment
Assessment: District Assessment

(16) Citizenship. The rights and responsibilities of Texas citizens in a constitutional republic.
(A) identify rights of Texas citizens
(3) History. Individuals, events, and issues related to the Texas Revolution shaped the history of Texas.
(D) explain how the establishment of the  Republic of Texas brought civil, political, and religious freedom to Texas
(14) Government. The basic principles reflected in the Texas Constitution.
(A) identify how the Texas Constitution reflects the principles of limited government and individual rights
(B) compare the principles and concepts of the Texas and U.S. Bill of Rights
(B) explain and analyze civic responsibilities of Texas citizens and the importance of civic participation
(17) Citizenship. The importance of the expression of different points of view in a constitutional republic.
(B) describe the importance of free speech and press in a constitutional republic
(21B) Skills.  Analyze information by comparing, contrasting, summarizing, and drawing inferences and conclusions
(15) Government. The structure and functions of government created by the Texas Constitution.
(C) describe the structure, funding, and governance of Texas public education, including local property taxes, bond issues, and state and federal funding supported by state and federal taxpayers
(14) Government. The basic principles reflected in the Texas Constitution.
(A) identify how the Texas Constitution reflects the principles of federalism and separation of powers

12/8
Target OBJ: SWBAT examine the Bill of Rights and determine how each one applies to everyday scenarios.
Activity: Bill of Rights Case Studies
Assessment: Case Study WS

12/9
Target OBJ: SWBAT identify the rights of a citizen (e.g., paying taxes, serving on a jury, etc.)
Activity: Rights of Citizen Graphic Organizer
Assessment: Hand Symbols

12/10
Target OBJ: SWBAT describe the structure that funds public education.
Activity: Sources of Revenue WS
Assessment: Sources of Revenue WS

12/11
Target OBJ: SWBAT compare and contrast political parties.
Activity: Comparing the beliefs of the Democratic and Republican Party
Assessment: Exit Slip

12/12
Target OBJ: SWBAT begin reviewing for their final exam via Quizlet.
Activity: Quizlet Review over the Principles of Government
Assessment: Priniciples of Government Review

12/15
Target OBJ: SWBAT begin reviewing for their final exam via Review WS.
Activity: Final Exam Review
Assessment: Final Exam Review

12/16
Target OBJ: SWBAT begin reviewing for their final exam via Review WS.
Activity: Final Exam Review
Assessment: Final Exam Review

12/17
Target OBJ:  SWBAT review for their final exam via the app Kahoot.
Activity:  Kahoot Review Game
Assessment:  Kahoot

12/18
Target OBJ:  SWBAT be assessed via final exam.
Activity: Fall Exam
Assessment: Fall Exam

12/19
Target OBJ:  SWBAT be assessed via final exam.
Activity: Fall Exam
Assessment: Fall Exam