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Causes & Effects Activity 2016-2017

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Amelia Merwin

on 16 May 2017

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Transcript of Causes & Effects Activity 2016-2017

Historical Causes & Effects Activity
Hello! Please take out your
yellow permission slip
.


If you don't have it today, bring it tomorrow.
Name
Name
CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING
QUESTION: What should you do when you find your match?

1 Finger:
Go back to your seat.

2 Fingers
: Find two seats together.

3 Fingers:
Stand next to each other against the wall with your papers facing Ms. Merwin

4 Fingers:
Stand next to each other with your papers facing away from Ms. Merwin

SWBAT
illustrate
a specific historical event's
CAUSE & EFFECT
using the following criteria:

-Must copy down captions provided

-Must use a speech bubble in images

-Must show craftsmanship and detail (stick figures are fine)


DATA CHECK
First Semester Final scores showed that students had difficulty on questions related to CAUSE & EFFECT.
Some students will have CAUSES
Some
students
will have EFFECTS
Do Now -
Tuesday, May 16,
2017
CAUSE
EFFECTS
European
Crusaders tried to
capture Jerusalem
from Muslims
during the
Crusades.
Explain three
EFFECTS of the
Crusades in
COMPLETE
SENTENCES.

1.
2.
3.
CAUSE & EFFECT
ACTIVITY!
Round 1: Go with your partner -- find another pair and share information. Complete your
Cause & Effect 2 section
with their topic.

***Wait for the timer to move***
Round 2: Go with your partner -- find another pair and share information. Complete your
Cause & Effect 3 section
with their topic.

***Wait for the timer to move***
Round 3: Go with your partner -- find another pair and share information. Complete your
Cause & Effect 3 section
with their topic.
"Give One, Get One" activity
Three rounds (6 minutes each)
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