The first 2 activities will provide you with the background knowledge for our CSI. If you interact during the activities your Active Listening and Literacy Skills (comprehension, interpret/analyze text and images) will improve.
CONGRATS A PD on wining CLASS WARS!
2) CRAB WALK THROUGH ROANOKE – CLICK HERE for the GOOGLE DOC. If you are in class click on the iBooks App on your iPad.
3) CSI: The Lost Colony
WEDNESDAY- WEDNESDAY 4/4
1) CSI Conclusions Chart
- 3) CRAB WALK THROUGH JAMESTOWN AND PLYMOUTH–Click HERE FOR GOOGLE DOC.
First: Preview the Comic Images and Timeline in top right.
Second: Preview the Questions
Last: Read for a purpose by recording responses as you read OR do a quick read through and go back and respond to questions
***CULTURE SHOCK VOLUNTEERS: bring in items tomorrow so we can party like it’s 1607
COLONIAL CULTURE SHOCK and Blog Birthday Party!
1) POP CULTURE SMACKDOWN: JAMESTOWN EDITION
2) JAMESTOWN TIMELINE / CHOOSE YOUR OWN APP (CYOA): Choose 6-9 Events from the timeline to create a product using an App of your choice. * Puppet Pals will only be an option if a script is written and approved. (Ms. D note: if time allows we will complete this activity)
The 1st English Settlement of Jamestown
After the Lost Colony of Roanoke, the English did not give up on the New World. Raw materials, trade, silver, gold, and spreading their faith motivated them to persist through many obstacles. Jamestown, founded in 1607, was the first permanent English settlement in the New World. Life was not easy for the settlers. In fact, many people lost their lives to disease and starvation. Native American society was negatively impacted by English encroachment onto their lands. Hostile relations soon erupted. Let’s not forget that slavery in the colonies started in Jamestown. We hope to take a bird’s eye view and look at multiple sides of the story (POV).
The Class of 2011 laughed…
When Tim (Cole’s brother),C pd, shared his interactive response to the prompt: Name a Deli Sandwich about the Starving Time in Jamestown during the winter of 1609-1610. His deli sandwich was “You Are What You Eat on Rye.” Do you know why?
Our interactive responses help us to learn and apply the content by “making it stick.”
EXTRA CREDIT: What were some of your favorite interactive responses from the SMACKDOWN? Leave us a comment.
STUDY GUIDE: ALL ANSWERS ARE IN THE PACKET. YOU WILL HAVE TO READ AND FACT FIND. Responses must use evidence from the packet.