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  • Welcome to 7C Social Studies Mr. Young
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  • Favorite Season2 nd Favorite Season 3 rd Favorite Season4 th Favorite Season
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  • Daily Agenda 9/3 Bellwork: Display Name Tent Agenda: 1.Back to School night form 2.Young Style Wiffleball 3.Review Website 4.Review Syllabus
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  • Daily Agenda 9/4 Bellwork: Display Name Tent Agenda: 1.Assign Seats 2.Reading 1 What is History 3.History Timeline worksheet
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  • What is History? Global National State/ Local Personal/ Family
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  • 4000 B.C 1945 A.D. A timeline helps us establish chronological order, the order in which events occur.
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  • 1945 A.D Global Timeline 0 33 A.D 620 A.D 1044 A.D 509 B.C 1450 A.D 1348 A.D105 A.D 1. Beginning of Christianity 2. Beginning of Islam 3. Invention of gunp0wder 4. Establishment of the Roman Empire. 5. Invention of paper 6. Dropping of Atomic Bomb. 7. Invention of printing press 8. The Black Death strikes Europe.
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  • 1500a.d Present National History 1. Pearl Harbor attacked 2. Abraham Lincoln Shot 3. Signing of the Dec. of Ind 4. Women allowed to vote 5. Alaska and Hawaii join the U.S. 6. The Great Depression begins 7. Harvard University founded 8. First permanent settlement
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  • 1500a.d Present National History 1. Pearl Harbor attacked 2. Abraham Lincoln Shot 3. Signing of the Dec. of Ind 4. Women allowed to vote 5. Alaska and Hawaii join the U.S. 6. The Great Depression begins 7. Harvard University founded 8. First permanent settlement 19411959 1865 17761920 1929 1607 1636
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  • 1500a.d Present National History 1. Pearl Harbor attacked 2. Abraham Lincoln Shot 3. Signing of the Dec. of Ind 4. Women allowed to vote 5. Alaska and Hawaii join the U.S. 6. The Great Depression begins 7. Harvard University founded 8. First permanent settlement 19411959 1865 17761920 1929 1607 1636 87 3 264 1 5
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  • 1945 A.D 6 Global Timeline 0 33 A.D 1 620 A.D 2 1044 A.D 5 509 B.C 4 1450 A.D 7 1348 A.D 8 105 A.D 3 1. Beginning of Christianity 2. Beginning of Islam 3. Invention of gunp0wder 4. Establishment of the Roman Empire. 5. Invention of paper 6. Dropping of Atomic Bomb. 7. Invention of printing press 8. The Black Death strikes Europe.
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  • Daily Agenda 9/5 Bellwork: Display Name Tent. Open a notebook or a loose leaf piece of paper and put the date in the upper right hand corner Agenda: 1.Review Timeline Worksheet 2.Key Term boxes Cause and Effect- A sequence of events, in which one event or person is responsible for another event or events happening 3.History Detectives Episode
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  • 9/5/14 George Washingtons Map 1.Which category of history does this episode most involve? (Global, National, State/Local, Family) 2.Identify a cause/effect relationship that is discussed in the episode. 3.Explain the general process that the history detectives go through to come to a conclusion about the map.
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  • Daily Agenda 9/8 Bellwork: Display Name Tent. Pull out notes on History Detectives Agenda: 1.Intro HW 2.Begin Historical Method
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  • Bellwork 9/9/14 Get out key term boxes and record the following key terms Evidence- any document or physical object important to studying past events Primary Evidence- Primary Source is a document or physical object which was written or created during the time period of study. Secondary Evidence- A secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources. These sources are one or more steps removed from the event. Secondary sources may have pictures, quotes or graphics of primary sources in them. Agenda: Key Terms Historical Method Homework
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  • Valley Forge Map 9/9/14 Secondary Primary
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history 1. Preliminary Research 2. Formulating a working hypothesis 3. Research evidence to support/reject hypothesis 4. Formulate a thesis statement 5. Writing a historical account
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history 1. Preliminary Research- The first step of the Historical Method is to decide which issue to study and conduct research for evidence to provide information about what happened.
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history 1. Preliminary Research Questions to ask during this step: 1. Where would I go to research this? 1. 5 Ws (who, what where, why, when)
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history 2. Formulating a working hypothesis -Based on the preliminary research a tentative hypothesis is created on what one may believe happened. Ex. This is a map of Washingtons encampment at Valley Forge
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history 3. Research for evidence to support or reject the working hypothesis. - Continue to study primary documents. While examining these sources the historian must ask questions about the event and the evidence Is it primary/secondary Chronological order to examine cause/effect Is it authentic? Is it reliable? Is it objective/subjective Does it Corroborate? Does it support/refute? Found in Reading 4
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS Diaries speeches manuscripts letters interviews - What category of evidence am I finding? -Primary Source is a document or physical object which was written or created during the time period of study. news film footage autobiographies official records CREATIVE WORKS: Poetry, drama, novels, music, art RELICS OR ARTIFACTS: Pottery, furniture, clothing, buildings
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history What category of evidence am I finding? -Primary -Secondary A secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources. These sources are one or more steps removed from the event. Secondary sources may have pictures, quotes or graphics of primary sources in them. Textbooks magazine articles Histories Commentaries encyclopedias Internet
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history 4. Formulate a thesis statement -Once the evidence has been carefully examined then the hypothesis can now become a thesis statement. This map was created by a French Engineer, docketed by Louis DuPortail, and used early on at Valley Forge as a working fortification map.
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  • Historical Method: 5 step process historians use to write history 5. Writing a historical account The essay usually begins with the thesis statement and followed by the evidence.
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  • Bellwork 9/10/14 Come on in and place your bag in the center of the desks, pull your nametag out, and have a seat.
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  • Bellwork 9/11/14 Come on in pull your nametag out, and have a seat. Agenda: 911 Video/Discussion Website Check Reading 3 ?s
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  • Bellwork 9/12/14 Come on in pull your nametag and homework out, and have a seat. Agenda: Go over homework Notes on Primary/Secondary Current Event Article/ Questions
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  • Daily Agenda 9/10 (continued) Primary Secondary Ad. Dis. Mood/Flavor/Emotion Small piece of the story Combines primary for big picture Interpreted and open to being subjective
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  • Bellwork 9/15/14 Come on in pull your nametag and homework out, and have a seat. Agenda: Go over article Historical Method wrap up Reading 4 Evaluating Evidence Key Terms: Reliable, Authentic, Objective, Subjective, Corroboration