Coach Morgan

West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   Oct. 19th-23rd  2020


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Standard

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods


Students Can:

Describe different leaders and their impact on Judaism.

Standard: 

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods



Students Can:

Analyze and explain the central beliefs of the religion of Judaism.

Standard:

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods


Students Can:

Complete poster/three kings graphic organizer/study terms.

Standard: 

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods



Students Can:

Identify and describe ancient texts of the religion of Judaism.

Standard: 

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods



Students Can:

Explain the history behind some of the most sacred locations for the religion of Judaism. 

Agenda: 

Bell-Ringer- Short reading from the textbook. 

Three kings of Israel graphic organizer. 


Assessment:

 Graphic Organizer

Agenda:

Bell-Ringer- Answer the question...Where are the laws and principles of judaism listed? 

Central belief of Judaism poster


Assessment:

Poster

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Ancient  text of Judaism Webquest. 


Assessment:

Webquest 

Agenda: 

Google Earth tour 

of Jerusalem. 

Question sheet to go along with the tour.  



Assessment:

Sheet 



West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   Oct. 12-16th  2020


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 Fall Break 

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Fall Break 

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Students Can:

Virtual Day 

Standard: 

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods



Students Can:

Explain the development of Judaism. 

Standard: 

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods



Students Can:

Compare and Contrast key figures of Judaism. 

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Nearpod on Judaism. 

Assessment:

Nearpod results. 


Agenda: 

Complete Venn diagram comparing and contrasting Abraham and Moses. 



Assessment:

Venn Diagram 



West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   Oct.5-Oct.9   2020


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Standard

  • 2b.  Identifying on a map locations of cultural hearths of early civilizations Examples: Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley


Students Can:

Describe the impact that different rulers had on the history of Egypt. 


Standard: 

  • 2b.  Identifying on a map locations of cultural hearths of early civilizations Examples: Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley



Students Can:

Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.

Standard:



Students Can:


Standard: 

  • 2b.  Identifying on a map locations of cultural hearths of early civilizations Examples: Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley



Students Can:

Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.

Standard: 

3. Compare the development of early world religions and philosophies and their key tenets.

Examples: Judaism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Taoism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Greek and Roman gods



Students Can:

Explain the development of Judaism. 

Agenda: 

Create a poster that promotes a ruler of your choice. 



Assessment:

Poster on impactful rules. 

Agenda:

Review for test 


Assessment:

Gimkit results 

Agenda:

Review Notebook

 

Assessment:


Agenda:

 Take Egypt test.


Assessment:

Test 

Agenda: 

Nearpod on Judaism. 



Assessment:

Nearpod results. 



West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   Sept. 28th-Oct.2   2020


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Standard

  • 2b.  Identifying on a map locations of cultural hearths of early civilizations Examples: Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley


Students Can:

Analyze the development of social structures in Egypt. 


Standard: 

  • 2b.  Identifying on a map locations of cultural hearths of early civilizations Examples: Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley



Students Can:

Describe life in the middle and new kingdoms of Egypt. 

Standard:



Students Can:


Standard: 

  • 2b.  Identifying on a map locations of cultural hearths of early civilizations Examples: Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley



Students Can:

Explain the economy, social, political and environmental aspects of Egypt

Standard: 

  • 2b.  Identifying on a map locations of cultural hearths of early civilizations Examples: Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley



Students Can:

Explain the achievements of Egyptians. 

Agenda: 

Research the belief systems, government and society in Ancient Egypt. 



Assessment:

Research sheet. 

Agenda:

Complete a graphic organizer on the middle and new kingdoms of Egypt. 


Assessment:

Graphic organizer

Agenda:

Finish ESPN chart. 

Assessment:


Agenda:

 Complete an ESPN chart on Egyptian society.

Assessment:

ESPN chart 

Agenda: 

Research the achievements of the Egyptian people.  

Complete a reading comprehension quiz regarding achievements in Egypt. 



Assessment:

Reading comprehension quiz. 



West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   Sep. 14th-Sep. 18th  2020


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Standard

2. Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.


Students Can:

Explain the culture of people living in Mesopotamia. 


Standard: 

2. Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.



Students Can:

Analyze the world’s first law code and decide if it was fair or not.

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Students Can:


Standard: 

2. Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.



Students Can:

Analyze new technology developed by early civilizations. 

Standard: 

2. Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.



Students Can:

Describe new means of occupations in early civilizations. 

Agenda: 

Blog assignment on the culture of Mesopotamia. 


Gimkit 


Assessment:

Blog/Gimkit results

Agenda:

Webquest of Hammurabi’s Code.


Reading comprehension quiz  from article on Hammurabi’s Code. 


Assessment:

Webquest answers

Agenda:

Study Terms. 


Assessment:


Agenda:

Complete a chart that describes the achievements of early civilizations in Mesopotamia. 

 

Assessment:

Chart

Agenda: 

Students will pick either a new invention or a “for hire” poster to complete in class. 



Assessment:

Poster



West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   Sep. 8-Sep. 11 2020


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Tuesday

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Standard

*Labor Day 



Students Can:



Standard: 

2. Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.



Students Can:

Explain how the environment Mesopotamia affected the form of governments there. 

Standard:

*Virtual Day 



Students Can:

Explain terms associated with the world’s first civilization. 

Standard: 

2. Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.



Students Can:

Describe Society in Ancient Mesopotamia. 

Standard: 

2. Analyze characteristics of early civilizations in respect to technology, division of labor*, government, calendar, and writings.



Students Can:

Analyze the world’s first law code and decide if it was fair or not.

Agenda: 



Assessment:


Agenda:

Complete a nearpod on the civilization of Mesopotamia. 



Assessment:

Nearpod Quiz. 

Agenda:



Assessment:


Agenda:

Chunk of reading from textbook. 


ESPN chart on Mesopotamia.

 

Reading comprehension from an article on Sumer. 

Assessment:

ESPN chart. 


Agenda: 

Webquest of Hammurabi’s Code.




Assessment:

Webquest answers 




West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   August 31-Sep. 4 2020


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Standard

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery


Students Can:

Analyze the three eras of the stone age. 



Standard: 

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery



Students Can:

Analyze early Hominids.  

Standard:

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery



Students Can:

Understand how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Standard: 

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery


Students Can:

Understand how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.


Standard: 

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery



Students Can:

 Understand how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Agenda: 

Class Discussion on the three eras of the stone age. 

Graphic organizer on the three eras of the stone age at the end. 

Gimkit

Assessment:

Graphic organizer


Agenda:

Webquest on the findings of Lucy. 


Reading comprehension page on Otzi the Iceman. 


Assessment:

Otzi the Iceman sheet 

Agenda:

Study over study guide for test on friday. Make sure notebook is put together. . 


Assessment:


Agenda:

Review 

Gimkit and Quizlet 

Assessment:

Review 



Agenda: 

Test 




Assessment:

Test 



West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of:   August 24th - 28th 2020


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Standard

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery


Students Can:

Identify terms used to describe characteristics of early societies and family structures. 



Standard: 

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery


Students Can:

Explain the importance of history and how to study it. 

Standard:

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery


Students Can:

Describe characteristics of early societies and family structures

Standard: 

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery


Students Can:

Use maps to study the locations of prehistoric peoples.

Standard: 

1. Explain how artifacts and other archaeological findings provide evidence of the nature and movement of prehistoric groups of people.

Examples: cave paintings, Ice Man, Lucy, fossils, pottery

Students Can:

Describe the difference in Calendars and understand the difference in ancient calendars.

Agenda: 

Define terms associated with the standard.

Group discussion on terms. 

Create mindmap with terms. 


Assessment:

Check Terms list 

Agenda:

Bell-ringer- Reading a chunk of reading from the text book. 

Group discussion on the chunk of reading. 

Google Slide presentation on studying history. 

Exit slip on importance of history.


Assessment:

Exit Slip 

Agenda:

Take home definitions that we have created and look over and try to add to your mind map. 


Assessment:

Mind Map 


Agenda:

Bell-Ringer- Reading a chunk of reading from the textbook.

Group discussion on the chunk reading. 

Google Slide presentation on the use of maps to study geography. 

Exit slip on how to study geography. 


Assessment:

Exit Slip 



Agenda: 

Discuss the meaning of A.D, B.C, BCE, CE. 

Group Discussion on the ancient calendars. 

Short research on ancient calendars.




Assessment:

Ancient calendar chart 



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