GOV week 2

Monday

ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.

o View ACOS and write their own I CAN statement.
o Def: Civics, Citizens and Citizenship.
o Pre-reading for main idea pg 6
o New words.
o Need and functions of the government?


Tuesday

ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.

o Reading for main idea page 7
o Civics, Citizens and Citizenship.
o 2nd look Reading for main idea 6
o Need and functions of the government


Wed

ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.

o What is your role within the group?
o Why do you need government?
o Who is Thomas Hobbs?
o Read and discussion page 7-8


Thurs

ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.

o Sub day
o Voc for ch 1


Friday

ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.

o Physical field trip.
o New words page 8-10

Civics week 1

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday
ACOS Objective #
o
Tuesday
ACOS Objective #
o Sub day vocabulary work sheet.
Wed
ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.
o Have student write a short essay about why we need government.
o Turn and Talk why do we need government.

Thurs
ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.
o Go over student ideas about the roles of government.
o View ACOS and write their own I CAN statement.

Friday
ACOS Objective #
10.) Describe individual and civic responsibilities of citizens of the United States.

Examples: individual—respect for rights of others, self-discipline, negotiation, compromise, fiscal responsibility.
o What is your role within the group?
o Read and discussion page 6-10

Geo Week 1

7th Grade
Geography

ACOS Objective #
Tuesday

ACOS Objective #

o Sub day Vocabulary work sheet


Wed

ACOS Objective #
1.) Describe the world in spatial terms using maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies
o What is geography
o Issues books
o Go over ACOS
o Have the student read the objects and read their own I CAN statements


Thurs

ACOS Objective #
1.) Describe the world in spatial terms using maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies

o Turn and talk My I CAN statement
o Book talk-H1-H11

Friday

ACOS Objective #
1.) Describe the world in spatial terms using maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies
o Making your own map
o Students will make a map of Montevallo

GEO week 15

Monday

ACOS Objective #

5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam

  • Diamond chart covering the Arabian Peninsula
  • Diamond chart covering Qatar, and U. A. E.
  • map/ history / geography and culture

Tuesday

I can explain how the geography affects the people, history, and culture. I can identify how the regions location on trade routes has made the Middle East an ethnic melting pot.  I can name the landforms and climate that dominate the region

  • Diamond chart covering Qatar, and U. A. E.
  • map/ history / geography and culture
  • Check over diamond charts and make sure they are completed

wed

ACOS Objective # . 5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam

  • Diamond chart covering Iraq 
  • map/ history / geography and culture
  • The student will read through ch 18
  • Civilization: Mesopotamia

Thursday

ACOS Objective #5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam

Diamond chart covering Iraq

map/ history / geography and culture

the student will read through ch 18

How has water affected the history of Iraq?

Friday

ACOS Objective # . 5.) Compare duties and functions of members of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of Alabama’s local and state governments and of the national government.

  • Diamond chart covering Iraq 
  • map/ history / geography and culture
  • The student will read through ch 18
  • US involvement in Iraq. Why do some many hate the US

Gov week 15

Monday

ACOS Objective # 2.) Explain essential characteristics of the political system of the United States, including the organization and function of political parties and the process of selecting political leaders.

  • Review the weakness of the Articles of Confederation
  • Venn Diagram: Compare the Virginia plan to the New Jersey plan.
  • Look at the Great Compromise.
  • Discuss the 3/5 Compromise

Tuesday

ACOS Objective #

I can list the major issues that led to the new government.

I can explain the main problems the founders had in writing a new government.

I can resist the Preamble to the Constitution

  • The big compromises.
  • Compare the Virginia plan to the New Jersey plan.
  • Look at the Great Compromise.
  • Discuss the 3/5 Compromise

Wed

ACOS Objective # 5.) Compare duties and functions of members of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of Alabama’s local and state governments and of the national government.

  • Quiz Problems with the Articles.  
  • Begin working on the Preamble understanding the parts,

Thursday

ACOS Objective #

I can explain how the US Constitution divides up the number of representatives in the House and Senate. I can list the Qualification to be a member of each house of the legislature. I can tell what powers the US Constitution defines and limits to Congress.

  •  The 6 parts of the Preamble.
  • Union
  • Justine
  • Tranquility
  • Defense
  • Welfare
  •  Liberty

Friday

ACOS Objective # . 5.) Compare duties and functions of members of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of Alabama’s local and state governments and of the national government.

  • Begin work sheet. Preamble of the US constitution

Gov Week 13

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.
⦁ Complete work sheet of the Declaration Of Independence
Tuesday
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.
⦁ Taxes that led up to the America revolt
⦁ student will take note out of the old book
⦁ Close reading of parts of Common Sense by Thomas Paine
Wed
ACOS Objective #
3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.
⦁ Sub day


Thurs
ACOS Objective #
2.) Explain essential characteristics of the political system of the United States, including the organization and function of political parties and the process of selecting political leaders.
⦁ Sub Day
Friday
ACOS Objective #
2.) Explain essential characteristics of the political system of the United States, including the organization and function of political parties and the process of selecting political leaders.
-What happen after the revolution war?
-Weakness of the 1st government

week 13 GEO

7th Grade Geography Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday
ACOS Objective #
8.) Determine political, military, cultural, and economic forces that contribute to cooperation and conflict among people.
⦁ Section 1 ch 18 the Physical geography of the Arabian peninsula
Tuesday
ACOS Objective #
5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.
⦁ map quiz using .
Wed
ACOS Objective #
2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.
7.) Classify spatial patterns of settlement in different regions of the world, including types and sizes of settlement patterns
⦁ sub day

Thurs
ACOS Objective #
5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.
⦁ Sub day

Friday
ACOS Objective #
I can explain how religion affects peoples everyday lives and the conflicts that is causes.
I can compare the influences of other counties around the world on the countries of the middles east
⦁ Diamond chart covering Saudi Arabia
⦁ map/ history / geography and culture
⦁ The student will read through ch 18 section 2 about the county of Saudi Arabia and use the diamond chart as their notes.

Week 12 GOV

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.
⦁ Taxes that led up to the America revolt
⦁ student will take note out of the old book
⦁ I CAN explain what economic reasons that led the 13 colonies to move down the path of independence.
⦁ Understanding the Stamp and Townshend acts.
Tuesday
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.
⦁ Taxes that led up to the America revolt
⦁ student will take note out of the old book
⦁ I CAN explain what economic reasons that led the 13 colonies to move down the path of independence.
⦁ Understanding Tea act and who this led to other evens.
Wed
ACOS Objective #
3.) Compare the government of the United States with other governmental systems, including monarchy, limited monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy, and pure democracy.
⦁ Taxes that led up to the America revolt
⦁ student will take note out of the old book
⦁ American Village lesson on Taxation without representation.


Thurs
ACOS Objective #
2.) Explain essential characteristics of the political system of the United States, including the organization and function of political parties and the process of selecting political leaders.
⦁ Taxes that led up to the America revolt
⦁ student will take note out of the old book
⦁ Close reading of parts of Common Sense by Thomas Paine
Friday
ACOS Objective #
2.) Explain essential characteristics of the political system of the United States, including the organization and function of political parties and the process of selecting political leaders.

• Describing the influence of John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Thomas Paine, Niccolò Machiavelli, Charles de Montesquieu, and François-Marie Arouet (Voltaire) on the political system of the United States
⦁ Quick read of some of Common Senses
⦁ American Village lesson on taxation

GEO week 12

7th Grade Geography Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday
ACOS Objective #
2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.
7.) Classify spatial patterns of settlement in different regions of the world, including types and sizes of settlement patterns
⦁ disrupted land: Gaza and the West Bank.
⦁ Who lives there and what is the problem.
Tuesday
ACOS Objective #
5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.
⦁ Diamond chart covering Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan
⦁ map/ history / geography and culture
⦁ The student will read through ch 17 section 4 about the county of Lebanon and use the diamond chart as their notes.
⦁ turn and talk. what do you have on your Chart..
Wed
ACOS Objective #
2.) Determine how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.
7.) Classify spatial patterns of settlement in different regions of the world, including types and sizes of settlement patterns
⦁ Diamond chart covering Lebanon
⦁ map/ history / geography and culture
⦁ The student will read through ch 17 section 4 about the county of Lebanon and use the diamond chart as their notes.
⦁ Video: Shia vs Sunni in Lebanon.
Thurs
ACOS Objective #
5.) Explain how cultural features, traits, and diffusion help define regions, including religious structures, agricultural patterns, ethnic enclaves, ethnic restaurants, and the spread of Islam.
⦁ Diamond chart covering Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan
⦁ map/ history / geography and culture
⦁ The student will read through ch 17 section 4 about the county of Lebanon and use the diamond chart as their notes
Friday
I CAN statements
I can explain how the geography affects the people, history, and culture.
I can identify how the regions location on trade routes has made the Middle East an ethnic melting pot.
I can name the landforms and climate that dominate the region

. ⦁ Diamond chart covering Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan
⦁ map/ history / geography and culture
⦁ talk about Syria and the issues they face as the country deals with yet another conflicted

GOV 11

7th Grade Civics Mr. Taylor
Date Objective Activity
Monday
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.

Taxes that led up to the America revolt
student will take note out of the old book
Review


Tuesday
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.
Taxes that led up to the America revolt
student will take note out of the old book
Review
I CAN state way the colonist were upset with the King and the Parliament of England.
I CAN list the major events that led up the sign of the Declaration Of Independence.
I CAN site the influence of the Magna Carta, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, and the House of Burgesses on the begins of an American government
Wed
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.
Sub day
Review Use Tax worksheet to reteach/review .
the Mayflower Compact
the House of Burgesses

Thurs
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States. Taxes that led up to the America revolt
student will take note out of the old book

Friday
ACOS Objective #
1.) Compare influences of ancient Greece, the Roman Republic, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Magna Carta, federalism, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, the House of Burgesses, and the Petition of Rights on the government of the United States.
Taxes that led up to the America revolt
student will take note out of the old book
Review
I CAN state way the colonist were upset with the King and the Parliament of England.
I CAN list the major events that led up the sign of the Declaration Of Independence.
I CAN site the influence of the Magna Carta, the Mayflower Compact, the English Bill of Rights, and the House of Burgesses on the begins of an American government