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West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of: March 16th-20th


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Standard

15. Describe military and governmental events that shaped Europe in the early Middle Ages (600-1000 A.D.).

Examples: invasions, military leaders

  • 15a.  Describing the role of the early medieval church

  • 15b.  Describing the impact of new agricultural methods on manorialism and feudalism




Students Can:

Explain different terms that are associated with the Middle Ages. 

Standard: 

15. Describe military and governmental events that shaped Europe in the early Middle Ages (600-1000 A.D.).

Examples: invasions, military leaders

  • 15a.  Describing the role of the early medieval church

  • 15b.  Describing the impact of new agricultural methods on manorialism and feudalism




Students Can:

Explain medieval Europe's political and economic system. 

Standard:

15. Describe military and governmental events that shaped Europe in the early Middle Ages (600-1000 A.D.).

Examples: invasions, military leaders

  • 15a.  Describing the role of the early medieval church

  • 15b.  Describing the impact of new agricultural methods on manorialism and feudalism




Students Can: 

Describe Europe after the fall of Rome. 

Standard: 

15. Describe military and governmental events that shaped Europe in the early Middle Ages (600-1000 A.D.).

Examples: invasions, military leaders

  • 15a.  Describing the role of the early medieval church

  • 15b.  Describing the impact of new agricultural methods on manorialism and feudalism




Students Can: 

  Analyze the Empire that the Franks created. 

Standard: 

15. Describe military and governmental events that shaped Europe in the early Middle Ages (600-1000 A.D.).

Examples: invasions, military leaders

  • 15a.  Describing the role of the early medieval church

  • 15b.  Describing the impact of new agricultural methods on manorialism and feudalism



Students Can:

Explain Feudalism and Manor life.

Agenda: 

Complete our terms list. 

Assessment:

Terms list. 

Agenda:

Nearpod on the political and economic system. 


Assessment:

Nearpod results 

Agenda:

Chunk of reading from the textbook. 

Complete a graphic organizer explaining the spread of Christianity in Europe. 

Assessment:

Graphic Organizer. 

Agenda:

Ducksters article. 

Chart explaining the development of the Empire. 

$5 summary on the legacy of Charlemagne in Europe.  

Assessment:

Chart/ $5 summary 

Agenda: 

Chunk of reading from the textbook. 

Students will create a poster showing the different social classes within the Feudal system. 

They will briefly choose a social class and tell about life living in that social class. 

Assessment:

Poster 

West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of: March 9th-13th


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Standard

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee


Students Can:

Explore different sites that make up the early americas. 

Standard: 

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee


Students Can:

Explain different spanish conquest of early American cultures. 

Standard:

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee



Students Can: 

Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes.

Standard: 

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee


Students Can: 

  Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes.

Standard: 

8, 9, 11, 12,14


Students Can:


Agenda: 

Nearpod on the different locations of the Early Americas. 

We will explore different sites that are important to the Mayans, Aztecs, and the Incas. 

Assessment:

Nearpod Results 

Agenda:

Students will read a ducksters article on Spanish conquest. 

We will then complete a Spanish conquest graphic organizer. 

Assessment:

Graphic organizer 

Agenda:

Review for test. 

Assessment:

Review results 

Agenda:

Take test on Early Americas

Assessment:

Test results 

Agenda: 

Take Benchmark test 

Assessment:

Test
West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of: March 2nd-6th  


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Standard

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee


Students Can:

Explain different terms that are associated with the Early Americas. 

Standard: 

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee


Students Can:

Analyze the Mayan Civilization. 

Standard:

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee



Students Can: 

Analyze the Aztec civilization. 

Standard: 

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee


Students Can: 

  Analyze the Inca civilization. 

Standard: 

14 - Describe key aspects of pre-Columbian cultures in the Americas including the Olmecs, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas, and North American tribes. Examples: pyramids, wars among pre-Columbian people, religious rituals, irrigation, Iroquois Confederacy

14a- Locating on a map sites of pre-Columbian cultures Examples: Maya, Inca, Inuit, Creek, Cherokee


Students Can:

Explore different sites that make up the early americas. 

Agenda: 

Students will complete a terms list for this Unit. 

We will then play quizlet live on those terms. 

Assessment:

Quizlet results. 

Agenda:

Reading on the Mayan civilization and their culture. 

Short discussion on the Mayans. 

Complete a 54321  chart on the Mayan Civilization 

Assessment:

54321 chart. 

Agenda:

Reading on the Aztec civilization. 

Discussion on the Aztec civilization.

Complete an ESPN chart on the Aztecs.  

Assessment:

ESPN chart. 

Agenda:

Reading on the Inca civilization. 

Discuss the Inca civilization. 

Graphic organizer on the Inca civilization.  

Assessment:

Graphic Organizer 

Agenda: 

Nearpod on the different locations of the Early Americas. 

We will explore different sites that are important to the Mayans, Aztecs, and the Incas. 

Assessment:

Nearpod results. 

West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of: Feb. 24th-28th  


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Standard

11- Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

11a- Tracing the spread of Islamic ideas through invasion and conquest throughout the Middle East, northern Africa, and western Europe



Students Can:

Analyze the three main empires of the Islamic world. 

Standard: 

11- Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

11a- Tracing the spread of Islamic ideas through invasion and conquest throughout the Middle East, northern Africa, and western Europe


Students Can:

Describe the different cultural achievements made by the Islamics. 

Standard:

11- Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

11a- Tracing the spread of Islamic ideas through invasion and conquest throughout the Middle East, northern Africa, and western Europe



Students Can: 

 Describe the religious, social, and political systems of Islam. 

Standard: 

11- Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

11a- Tracing the spread of Islamic ideas through invasion and conquest throughout the Middle East, northern Africa, and western Europe


Students Can: 

  Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

Standard: 

11- Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

11a- Tracing the spread of Islamic ideas through invasion and conquest throughout the Middle East, northern Africa, and western Europe


Students Can:

 Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

Agenda: 

Chunk of reading from the textbook. 

Complete a graphic organizer on the three key empires of Islam. 

Class discussion on empires of Islam.

Assessment:

Graphic organizer

Agenda:

Ducksters article. 

Chart the different achievements from Islamic culture. 

(Sticky note game if time allows) 

Assessment:

Chart on Achievements. 

Agenda:

ESPN chart on Islamic Culture. 

Assessment:

Chart. 

Agenda:

Review for Test 

Assessment:

Review results 

Agenda: 

Take Test 

Assessment:

Test 

West Point Middle Lesson Plan

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of: Feb. 10th-14th  


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Standard

2a. & 3a

8. Describe the development of a classical civilization in India and China. Examples: India—religions, arts and literature, philosophies, empires, caste system; China—religions, politics, centrality of the family, Zhou and Han Dynasties, inventions, economic impact of the Silk Road and European trade, dynastic transitions

12- Describe China's influence on culture, politics, and economics in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. Examples: culture—describing the influence on art, architecture, language, and religion; politics—describing changes in civil service; economics—introducing patterns of trade



Students Can:

Explore monuments from the legacy of the dynasties of Ancient China, like the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City.

Standard: 

2a. & 3a

8. Describe the development of a classical civilization in India and China. Examples: India—religions, arts and literature, philosophies, empires, caste system; China—religions, politics, centrality of the family, Zhou and Han Dynasties, inventions, economic impact of the Silk Road and European trade, dynastic transitions

12- Describe China's influence on culture, politics, and economics in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. Examples: culture—describing the influence on art, architecture, language, and religion; politics—describing changes in civil service; economics—introducing patterns of trade


Students Can:

Describe China's influence on culture, politics, and economics in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. 

Standard:

2a. & 3a

8. Describe the development of a classical civilization in India and China. Examples: India—religions, arts and literature, philosophies, empires, caste system; China—religions, politics, centrality of the family, Zhou and Han Dynasties, inventions, economic impact of the Silk Road and European trade, dynastic transitions

12- Describe China's influence on culture, politics, and economics in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. Examples: culture—describing the influence on art, architecture, language, and religion; politics—describing changes in civil service; economics—introducing patterns of trade



Students Can: 

Describe China's influence on culture, politics, and economics in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. 

Standard: 

11- Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

11a- Tracing the spread of Islamic ideas through invasion and conquest throughout the Middle East, northern Africa, and western Europe.



Students Can: 

Analyze and describe terms associated with the chinese civilization. 

Standard: 

11- Describe early Islamic civilizations, including the development of religious, social, and political systems.

11a- Tracing the spread of Islamic ideas through invasion and conquest throughout the Middle East, northern Africa, and western Europe.


Students Can:

Explain the geography of Islam. 

Agenda: 

Nearpod on the Ancient civilization of China. 


Assessment:

Nearpod results

Agenda:

Review for test. 


Assessment:

Gimkit results. 

Agenda:

Take the Test. 

Assessment:

Test. 

Agenda:

Complete our terms list. 

Assessment:

Terms list. 

Agenda: 

Chunk of reading from textbook. 

Complete a geography chart on Islam.  

Assessment:

Geography chart. 

West Point Middle Lesson Plan

 

Teacher Name:  Tyler Morgan Week of: Feb. 3rd-7th  


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Standard

2a. & 3a

8. Describe the development of a classical civilization in India and China. Examples: India—religions, arts and literature, philosophies, empires, caste system; China—religions, politics, centrality of the family, Zhou and Han Dynasties, inventions, economic impact of the Silk Road and European trade, dynastic transitions

12- Describe China's influence on culture, politics, and economics in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. Examples: culture—describing the influence on art, architecture, language, and religion; politics—describing changes in civil service; economics—introducing patterns of trade



Students Can:

Analyze the culture of China under the  Zhou Dynasty.

Standard: 

2a. & 3a

8. Describe the development of a classical civilization in India and China. Examples: India—religions, arts and literature, philosophies, empires, caste system; China—religions, politics, centrality of the family, Zhou and Han Dynasties, inventions, economic impact of the Silk Road and European trade, dynastic transitions

12- Describe China's influence on culture, politics, and economics in Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. Examples: