Unit I Different Worlds Meet Created by Mr. Dalton www.mrdaltonsclass.com SS.8.A.1.1: Provide supporting details for an answer from text, interview for Oral history, check validity of information from research/text and identify strong vs. weak arguments. SS.8.A.1.2: Analyze charts, graphs, maps, photographs and timelines; analyze political cartoons; determine cause and effect. SS.8.A.1.3: Analyze current events relevant to American History topics through a variety of electronic and print media resources. SS.8.A.1.4: Differentiate fact from opinion, utilize appropriate historical research and fiction/nonfiction support materials. SS.8.A.1.5: Identify, within both primary and secondary sources, the author,
audience, format, and purpose of significant historical documents. SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. SS.8.A.1.7: View historic events through the eyes of those who were there as shown in their art, writings, music, and artifacts. Unit I Standards Copy down the following directions to complete the project for homework. Visit the following website(s),
http://www.mrdaltonsclass.com/primary-vs-secondary-sources.html http://www.ithacalibrary.com/sp/subjects/primary After reading the website use the internet to find 5 Primary Sources, and 5 Secondary sources, list the link and write 2-3 sentences describing why this is a credible source. E-mail (or turn in) the websites of the 5 primary and 5 secondary sources to [email protected] Primary vs. Secondary Sources (project)
(10pts) Warm Up Warm up Questions: 1. What are the categories for your grades in this class? 2. What website can be used for study materials, make up assignments, and extra credit opportunities? 3. OCSR: What was the most interesting thing you learned in your Social Studies class last year?
4. Define: No vocabulary definitions today. Daily Question to Know Have people always told time from a clock? Have they always measured distances in the same way? SS.912.W.1.2: Compare time measurement systems used by different cultures. Time
Second Minute = 60 seconds Hour = 60 minutes Day = 24 Hour
Year = 365 Days Decade = 10 Years Century = 100 Years Millennium = 1000 Years Units of Measurement and Time Units of Measurement and Time Handout (15pts) Distance 10 millimeters (mm)
10 dekameters = 1 hectometer (hm) = 100 meters 10 hectometers = 1 kilometer (km) = 1000 meters Roman Numerals come from the Ancient Roman number system. These are the first 10 Roman Numerals
6. VI 1. I 7. VII 2. II 8. VIII 3. III 9. IX 4. IV 10. X 5. V Higher Number Roman Numerals. L = 50 C = 100
D = 500 M = 1,000 Roman Numerals What is this number? XIV = ???
XXX = ??? MCI = ??? MMM= ??? XM= ??? If you have a X with an I in front of it, it is 9. Why? What about IV? Write the Roman Numeral for the following Numbers. 100 150 14 17 1456
2540 Roman Numeral Practice One of the main places you will encounter Roman Numerals will be on clocks. Roman Numerals on a Clock Warm up Questions: 1. Why should you research key
terms before studying a certain subject? 2. What is the difference between academic vocabulary and your everyday vocabulary? 3. OCSR: Describe a scenario where you would use academic vocabulary in a non academic situation. 4. Define: Archaeology, Artifact Warm Up Question: Describe the proper way to
look up a definition from a text book. SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Civilization Theocracy Hieroglyphics Terrace Drought Adobe Federation Bartholomeu Dias Vasco da Gama Christopher Columbus 16. 17. 18.
19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Juan Ponce de Leon Montezuma Ferdinand Magellan Astrolabe Caravel Pilgrimage
Mosque Conquistador Pueblo Mission Front of Paper Plantation Vocabulary Poster = 10pts Back of Paper Word Picture Word
Unit I Vocabulary If you copy the definitions directly from the text book, you will only receive 50% of the points. Use your own words to define. (26pts) Definition: This is where you write the definition of the word. USE YOUR OWN WORDS, NOT THE
TEXTBOOK DEFINITION. Warm up Questions: 1. Write down the Roman Numeral for 2013. 2. Draw a picture of a clock with the time being 6:45 (Label w/ ROMAN NUMERALS) 3. OCSR: What are the three branches of American Government and what are each responsible for? 4. Define: Civilization, Ice Age Warm Up
Question: Why are timelines an essential component for the study of history? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW 1. 2. 3. 4.
Aztec Establish Tenochtitlan*** Inca Empire begins to Expand Maya empire reaches peak.*** Asian hunters enter north America*** 5. Last Ice Age ends 6. The Crusades begin 7. Rise of Olmec in Mexico Using your textbook; 1. Put these events in the right chronological order, 2. Also include a picture symbolizing EACH event.
3. and write 2-3 sentences briefly describing the events marked with***. Unit I; Timeline Tutorial Project (30pts) Warm up Questions: 1. Approximately when did the last Ice Age end? 2. What are the names of your teachers this year? 3. OCSR: What were the names of your teachers last year?
4. Define: Culture, Hieroglyphics Warm Up Question: What does it mean to place events in Chronological order? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW
1. Iroquois form League of Five Nations 2. Jamestown Settled*** 3. England defeats Spanish Armada 4. John Cabot sails to Newfoundland 5. Christopher Columbus reaches America*** 6. Martin Luther promotes church reform 7. Pilgrims found Plymouth*** Using your textbook; 1. Put these events in the right chronological order, 2. Also include a picture
symbolizing EACH event. 3. and write 2-3 sentences briefly describing the events marked with ***. Unit I Timeline Project (30pts) Unit V Timeline Poster Homework (10pts) Your homework assignment Your event should look is to find an event dating similar to those on the wall from 10,000BC-5000 BC , already. (NON AMERICAN HISTORY) Included must be;
NOT ON THE TIMELINE PROJECT and create a poster board event. Name of Event Date of Event Sheet of Paper Picture of Event Date, name of event, picture. Sheet should be approximately
sheet of paper. Some projects may be put onto the timeline wall. I encourage you to look for really cool interesting events. Warm up Questions: 1. What do you think the circumference of the World is in Miles? 2. What was the most interest timeline event we have studied so far, why? 3. OCSR: What event did you choose for your timeline
homework? Why? 4. Define: Astrolabe, Archaeology Warm Up Question: How are maps useful? Name at least three different events you could use a map for. SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW
Warm up Questions: 1. What is the KEY on a map? 2. Why is it important to know how to read a map, and not just follow a GPS? 3. OCSR: Who is the current President, who is the current vice President? 4. Define: Caravel, Ice Age Warm Up Question: What are the seven continents?
How many Olympic rings are there what do these rings symbolize? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Handout Quiz Units of Time and Measurement Quiz
Physical Features Rivers/Water Countries/Places Countries/Places 1. Rocky Mountains 2. Appalachian Mountains 3. Himalayan Mountains 4. Sierra Nevada
Mountain Range 5. Mt. Everest 6. Mt. Kilimanjaro 11. Nile River 12.Mississippi River 13.Amazon River 14.Ganges River 15.Yellow River 16.Congo River 17.Volga River 18.Greenland 19.Sweden 20.France
35.U.S.A. 36.Brazil 37.Spain *** Label the SEVEN CONTINENTS*** on a map ALL of the requested items. Label them with their World Map Label correct number. For the Countries/Places outline or color them all a separate color and create a KEY that makes them easily Project (40pts) identifiable. Warm up Activity:
1. What was unique about the Aztec Capital Tenochtitlan? 2. What is Christopher Columbus known for? 3. OCSR: Explain the importance of timelines. 4. Define: Civilization, Ice Age. Warm up: Question: What were some of the major advancements that allowed people to live in permanent
settlements? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Early Peoples The Journey from Asia. The first Americans arrived THOUSANDS of years ago. By 1500ad millions of Native Americans lived on North and South America.
It is suspected that the early people crossed a land bridge between Siberia and Alaska. They did this to find food during an Ice Age. Early Americans Early Americans were Nomads (people who moved place to place). They were also hunter-gatherer societies. They hunted things such as the Wooly Mammoths. They used spears to kill bison,
mastodons, and mammoths. They used the spears as throwing weapons. Early Americans As the large animals disappeared they had to find new sources for food. Deer, birds, rodents, fish, and smaller game. The BIG discovery however was in Mexico where they discovered how to plant and grow Maize (corn).
They also grew pumpkins, beans, squash. With the surplus of food, the population began to increase. Permanent Settlement Since these people knew they would have food from their harvest they began to create permanent houses, and to expand their culture. These houses were made of clay, brick, wood, stone.
Agriculture changed the culture by allowing these people to have more free time. Thee major civilizations existed in the Americas, they were the Mayas, the Aztecs, and the Incas. Early American Civilizations Warm up Activity: 1. How did the first people arrive in the Americas? 2. Describe how a surplus of food
allows a culture to develop and thrive? 3. OCSR: Who is legally allowed to vote in America? What is an exception to this rule? 4. Define: Adobe, Culture Warm Up: Question: Put the following civilizations in the correct chronological order; Mayas, Incas, Aztec, Anasazi SS.8.A.1.2: Analyze charts,
graphs, maps, photographs and timelines; analyze political cartoons; determine cause and effect. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW The Maya The Maya were in present-day Mexico. They planted; Maize (corn), beans, sweet potatoes. They were ruled by their religious leaders. (Theocracy)
They also were advanced scientifically and created and used a very accurate system for telling time/calendar. The Maya civilization began to decline in 900ad. Mayan Calendar The Aztec The Aztec civilization began in the 1300s. The built their capital on an island in the middle of Lake Texcoco. Their capital was called
Tenochtitlan. At its height Tenochtitlan was the largest city in the Americas. The Aztecs were conquered by the Spanish Conquistador Hernan Cortes. They didnt put up much of a fight because of disease and the Spaniards superior weapons. Aztec Human Sacrifice Worksheet (24pts) The Inca The Inca Empire became the largest of the three. Their capital was Cuzco.
They had an excellent emperor named Pachacuti, he helped to build a militaristic empire. North American People North American civilizations were also flourishing long before Europeans crossed the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the most advanced cultures were the Hohokam, Anasazi, and the Mound Builders.
Anasazi Cliff Dwellings The Hohokam They lived in present day Arizona. They flourished from 300ad-1300ad. They were very advanced at utilizing irrigation systems. They also left behind a lot of pottery and art. The Anasazi The Anazazi were present
during the same time as the Hohokam (300-1300ad). They lived in the Four Corners area. (Present day Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. The Anaszai lived in Cliffdwellings. Adena and Hopewell were two of the groups known as the mound builders. They built mounds similar to the stone pyramids of the Maya and Aztecs. The Great Serpent Mound looks like a giant snake winding across the ground. The Mound Builders
MAP QUIZ (15pts) Warm up Activity: 1. Who came first the Mayas, the Aztecs, the Incas? 2. What are your own personal opinions about religious/political reasons for Human Sacrifice? 3. OCSR: How are culture, religion, ethnicity, and nationality alike and different? 4. Define: Conquistador, Montezuma
Warm Up: Question: Why would smaller tribes pay tribute to larger tribes? Do modern societies still do something similar to this? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW
Other Native North Americans The Inuit people lived way up in North America, around the Arctic Ocean. They built Igloos and their clothing was made of furs and sealskin (was warm and waterproof). They were expert hunter and fishers. Inuit People
Peoples of the West Tlingit, Haida, and Chinook developed a way of life that used the resources of the Forest and the Sea. They had wooden houses, canoes, and used spears and nets. They fished a lot of Salmon. People of the Southwest These people were descendents of the Anasazi. The Hopi, Acoma,
and the Zuni. They built their homes out of a type of mudbrick called Adobe. They raised a wide variety of crops. These people were joined in the 1500s by the Apache and the Navajo. Unlike the others the Apache and Navajo were hunter-gatherer societies. Peoples of the Plains The peoples of the Great Plains (central north America) were Nomadic.
When they moved they brought with them EVERYTHING. They also lived in tepees. Eventually these people became skilled horse riders and hunted while on horseback. They also utilized horses during warfare. These people had a much more complex political systems. The Iroquois and Cherokee They utilized many law codes and federations that linked different groups. Iroquois Nations Onondaga, Seneca, Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga.
These were all tribes that were once at war, then were united in the Iroquois League. Peoples of the East and Southeast 1. For what reasons did Asians cross the land bridge to the Americas? 2. What was the first crop raised by Native Americans in Mexico? 3. Who came first the Mayas or the Aztecs? 4. What does it mean to be Nomadic? 5. How do hunter-gatherer societies differ from societies that grow crops? 6. How does growing crops allow your population to expand?
First Americans Review (12pts) Answers should be 2-3 sentences each. Using a blank world map and our previous notes identify on a map the following tribes/peoples. Inuit Haida and Tlingit Maya Inca Hohokam
Apache Navajo Aztec Native Americans Map Project Warm up Activity: 1. The Mayas are talked about in the news all of the time, why are people still talking about them? 2. Do you see any reason that the Aztecs could NOT have made a city out of solid gold? 3. OCSR: How many official jobs does
the Vice President have according to the constitution? 4. Define: Drought, Federation Warm Up: Question: How does repetition help you to remember certain things? Does this method work for everybody? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History.
DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Unit I Vocabulary Bingo!!! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Civilization 19. 20. Theocracy 21. Hieroglyphics 22. Terrace Drought 23. Adobe 24. Federation 25. Bartholomeu 26. Dias Vasco da Gama
Juan Ponce de Leon Montezuma Ferdinand Magellan Astrolabe Caravel Pilgrimage Mosque Conquistado r Pueblo Mission Plantation
Christopher Columbus Create a bingo chart similar to the one below. You may need to use words multiple times. You cant use any word more than twice. Place them in a random order!!! B I N G O Warm up Activity:
1. What is a unique characteristic of the Anasazi tribe? 2. What is an Indian tribe that is native to Florida? 3. OCSR: When would a Vice President take over for the President? (list two scenarios) 4. Define: Hieroglyphics, Theocracy Warm Up: Question: What sort of grade should you get on a take home
exam? Why? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW VOCAB QUIZ (16pts) When you get to this slide do the vocabulary Bingo, then the quiz the following day. QUIZ BREAK
Anything above this slide is eligible to be on the quiz for Unit I. Warm up Activity: 1. Why were many Native American tribes Nomadic? 2. How could a society change if it was in one permanent location, why? 3. OCSR: Describe the steps needed to create a vocabulary poster. 4. Define: Christopher Columbus, Caravel Warm Up:
Warm up Activity: 1. How were the members of the Iroquois nation a more complex culture than previous tribes? 2. What does it mean to be nomadic and which of the discussed tribes were nomads? 3. OCSR: How is the President of the United States elected? 4. Define: Caravel, Conquistador Warm Up: Warm up Activity: 1. What is a privateer, how did you
know this from the reading? 2. Why is not always a good idea to have your family work with or for you (think of Columbus brothers)? 3. OCSR: During the Age of Exploration how many continents did they think there were in the world? What were they? 4. Define: Pilgrimage, Mission Warm Up: Question: What were the reasons that people began to explore the
world? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Question: What are three interesting facts about Columbus that you did not know prior to reading his biography? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events
and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Question: Which of the three explorers studied today made the riskiest voyage? Explain how/why. SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History.
DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Reasons for Exploration Three Gs God, Glory, Gold. Merchants could make tons of money selling goods from the Orient. If they had direct routes they could cut out the middle man and make more money. People wanted to spread Christianity. During this time the Renaissance was in full swing in Europe. They wanted to continue to develop and utilize new technologies.
Coming out of the Renaissance there was an abundance of new technology that allowed for easier exploration. Better Maps and better ships were the two main advances which allowed for exploration. Maps began to show the direction of ocean currents, and lines of latitude. They also began to use a compass. Technology Allowed for Exploration Latitude and Longitude Map Homework (15pts)
African Trading Kingdoms The African Kingdoms on the west coast of Africa also benefited from these new technologies. They traded gold, copper, and Iron with Islamic nations, as well as European nations. Eventually they traded what? Slaves. How did the Slave trade begin? When Columbus and
other early explorers began to sail, their maps only showed three continents. Europe, Asia, and Africa. They also did not realize how large the oceans actually are. Do we really know anything about oceans today? Causes of European Exploration European desire for new trade routes
(mostly to the orient) Growing power and wealth of European nations. Competition for trade. Missionaries desire to convert others to Christianity Effects of European Exploration Knowledge grows about other regions. Europeans and Native Americans clash.
Enslavement of Africans Rivalry in the Americas grows. Early Exploration Early Explorers Bartholomeu Dias (Portugal, 1487) Sent to explore the southernmost part of Africa. (Cape of Good Hope) Vasco da Gama (Portugal, 1497) Sent from Portugal with four ships. Sailed around the Cape of
Good Hope and visited cities along the coast of East Africa. Eventually making it to India. Christopher Columbus Christopher Columbus sailed for Spain even though he was Italian. He thought he could reach Asia by sailing west. Eventually Spains King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella funded Columbus plan to sail west to get east.
Christopher Columbus On August 3, 1492 Columbus set sail from Spain with three ships. The Nina, The Pinta, and the Santa Maria. Two months later Columbus and his crew spotted land in present day Bahamas. Christopher Columbus Biography Homework (15pts) Comic Strip
Story Create a comic strip with at Instead of creating a comic least 8 events which shows strip you can create a Columbus voyage. fictional story BASED OFF the life of Christopher The events should span from Columbus. You should the beginning to end of his create your own characters, exploration of the Americas.
places, and reasons for You can use your exploration. Christopher Columbus Minimum for this Biography to help you with this assignment. assignment is 1.5pages. Christopher Columbus Comic Strip/Story (20pts) Create a foldable or a tri-fold each of the following explorers should have their own section. Christopher Columbus Vasco da Gama
Bartolomeu Dias Inside of their foldable write 3-5 facts about each explorer, and draw a map of their route. Also include 2-3 sentences about why their exploration was important to the western world. Explorers Foldable/Explorers Map (30pts) Warm up Activity: 1. Out of the previously discussed explorers, who do you think made the largest impact, why? 2. How does the phrase God, Glory,
and Gold contribute to exploration? 3. OCSR: Which Native American tribe practiced human sacrifice, why did they do this? 4. Define: Conquistador, Mission. Warm Up: Question: How did the Spanish appear to the First Americans? Also what were the differences in technology between the Americans and Spanish? SS.8.A.1.2: Analyze charts, graphs,
maps, photographs and timelines; analyze political cartoons; determine cause and effect. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW The Vikings Centuries before Columbus had reached the Americas, the Vikings had visited Iceland and Greenland and established colonies. The Vikings tried to establish permanent settlement in the Americas however they did
not succeed. The World did not discover the Americas until Columbus voyage. Spain in America The Spanish had a large presence in the development of America. Spanish Conquistadores came over to Central and Southern America and conquered the remnants of the Incas, and Aztecs.
Cortes Conquers the Aztecs Hernan Cortes landed on the East Coast of Mexico in 1519. He like the other Conquistadores was after Gold and Glory. He had roughly 500 soldiers, some horses, and some cannons. Cortes made alliances with the small tribes that were conquered by the Aztecs. Eventually with the help of these tribes Cortes overthrew Montezuma (leader of the Aztecs) This caused the Aztec Empire to dissipate and Spain gained control of
the region. Pizzaro Conquers Peru Francisco Pizzaro was the downfall of the Incan Empire. In 1532 he captured the Incan ruler Atahualpa and destroyed most of the Inca army. Without an effective leader, Pizzaro and his troops quickly stomped out the Incas. Spanish Technology
Guns Horses Armor Cannons Ships Inca Technology Bows and Arrows
Spears TERRIFIED of horses Never had seen guns or armor. Technology Difference Demonstration of Guns vs. Spears Why did Spain Succeed
Why could the smaller Spanish Armies take over empires many times larger than them? Weapons (guns, cannons, horses) Assistance from other tribes (many tribes hated the Aztecs and united with the Spanish against them.) Disease (smallpox wiped out LARGE groups of Native Americans.) Ponce De Leon Pone De Leon made the first Spanish landing in
North America. Present Day Florida. He was searching for the Fountain of Youth. In 1565 The Spanish established their first settlement in North America. St. Augustine. Imagine you are a Viking (make up your own Viking name), your leader is a man named Leif Ericsson. You were in a boat that consisted of a primitive sail and a bunch of oars, you were in the open sea for several days not knowing exactly where you were going, then you arrive on a strange land where people speak in different languages, have different color skin, and are terrified of you.
Your assignment is to write a diary (really you wouldnt be writing you would be telling this story to your children/grandchildren upon your arrival home). Your story should be about what you experienced on the Voyage. This includes the way there, your time spent in the Americas, and your return trip. This should be 1-2pages in length, and written in the first person (I felt, I saw etc) The Viking Diaries (20pts) Warm up Activity: 1. What is smallpox, and what was its
effect on the Native Americans? 2. Why could the conquistadors conqueror the large Native American tribes with such a small force? 3. OCSR: Explain how a surplus in food and supplies can lead to a population surge. 4. Define: Plantation, Ferdinand Magellan Warm Up: Question: How did the Columbian Exchange work? What HUGE trading
network do you think eventually will tie into the Columbian exchange? (Hint; from Africa) SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Spanish settlements Spanish law called for three kinds of settlements in the Americas; Pueblos Towns, and the center of trade.
Missions Religious communities, usually including a small town, farmland, and a church. Presido Fort that was usually built by a mission. San Jose Mission (California) Encomienda and the Plantation System
In the 1500s the Spanish government granted Conquistadores encomendia. This allowed them to demand taxes and labor from the Native Americans on their land. Tobacco Leaves Many plantations began to rise to export tobacco and sugarcane. A plantation is a large estate. Native Americans originally worked the farms, however they were eventually replaced by slaves from Africa.
Sugar Cane The Columbian Exchange Two parts of the globe were now connected. The Americas to the west, and Europe/Africa, to the east. This led to an exchange of plants, animals, and diseases that altered life on both sides of the Atlantic. Portugal and Spain had a trade (The Treaty of Tordesillas) that split the Americas between Spain and Portugal. However other nations
completely ignored the treaty when the came to the Americas. These other countries were England, France, and the Netherlands. More Countries begin to Settle French Open Trading Posts France had shown relatively little interest in establishing colonies in the Americas. They viewed North America as an opportunity to make large profits selling furs, and
trading fish. Beaver pelts and furs were very popular in Europe and the French made large profits. Dutch West India Company The Dutch established a trading colonies in the Americas. Like England, France, Spain, and Portugal they also established Permanent colonies.
Test Review Questions Warm up Activity: 1. Describe the technology difference between the Native Americans and their Spanish Conquerors. 2. Why did the small tribes around the Aztecs agree to join up with the Spanish to defeat the Aztecs? 3. OCSR: Which Conquistador was responsible for conquering the Incas. 4. Define: Conquistador, Ferdinand Magellan
Warm Up: Question: Do you think reviewing your quiz will help you with your upcoming exam? Why/why not. SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW
Warm up Activity: 1. Who sailed the longer voyage, Christopher Columbus, or Vasco da Gama? 2. Who funded Christopher Columbus voyage? 3. OCSR: On what continent is Brazil located? 4. Define: Ice Age, Mission Warm Up: Question: Was this jeopardy review game helpful for you? Why/
why not. SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Unit I Jeopardy Review Jeopardy Review Game Warm up Activity: 1. What are two facts about Christopher
Columbus that you did not know prior to this class? (do not write nothing) 2. Who was the first sailor to sail around the world? 3. OCSR: What were the names of Christopher Columbus ships?. 4. Define: Ferdinand Magellan, Mission. Warm Up: Question: Did you enjoy the Jeopardy Review game? How will this game help you on your
upcoming exam? SS.8.A.1.6: Compare interpretations of key events and issues throughout American History. DAILY QUESTION TO KNOW Exam, good luck. Next up Unit II: Colonial Settlement
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