Period 2 – World History (S.D.A.I.E.) Lesson Plan (8-24-2016)

Period 2 - World History

Topic:

Comparing Greece and Rome.

Unit:

The Democratic Tradition

Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:

10.1 – Students  will be able to relate the moral and ethical principals in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, in Judaism, and in Christianity to the development of Western political thought.

*Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal written with this downloadable guide -> SmartGoals Template for Educators

Today’s Objective:

Students will know their Greek and Roman History to 90% accuracy.

Students will be ready for a vocabulary quiz.

*Lesson objective written with this downloadable guide -> Writing Learning Objectives Guide

Classroom Rules:

Mr Tylers Classroom Room (V2)

Seating Chart: 

Period 2 - World History SDAIE Seating Chart (Fall 2016)

Agenda:

Warm Up

Go to M.Socrative.com and enter room A89559b4

Results ->

Task #1 – Rome Vocabulary Quiz

We are going to take a quiz on our Roman vocabulary words. Remember we are aiming for 90% accuracy.

Task #2 – The Legacies of Greece and Rome Slideshow (DAY #2 – Students need more time to finish)

Today you are going to use your Cornell notes for Greece and Rome to create a slideshow in Google. I will walk you through the first steps. Remember to share your work to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com

Resources:

Section 5.3: Democracy and Greece’s Golden Age

Section 6.1: The Roman Republic

Task #3 – Judeo- Christian Tradition

Now that we have seen the Greek and Roman influence on Democracy we are going to look at the religious influences.

Read through this uploaded notes on the Judeo-Christian Tradition by clicking HERE

When you are done reading download, save, and share the Cornell notes document below. Title this work “Period # – Your Name – Judeo-Christian Tradition Cornell Notes”

Downloadable File -> Cornell Notes (V2)

Ticket Out the Door:

There will be no ticket out the door today.

Homework:

Review the material from today and be ready for a brief quiz tomorrow morning right after the bell.

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