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CLASS RULES

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CSMA SOCIAL STUDIES

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Transcript of CLASS RULES

MAGAZINE
Sixth Grade will be working on a "National Geographic" style magazine in groups of 3, in which you will choose a topic among the civilizations to be studied throughout the year and write about their history, culture, and so on.
SUPER-CONTINENT
Seventh Grade will be working on a puzzle where by selecting several countries of the world, you will form a brand new continent of your own
ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
MIDDLE AGES
MODERNITY
METHODOLOGY
SOCIAL STUDIES
CLASS

MY WEBSITE AND CONTACT INFORMATION
Angelica Castrillon
Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages
acastrillon@csma.edu.co

http://angelicacastrillon.wix.com/socialstudies
MATERIALS
WORLD HISTORY
Large Notebook
E-book : World History Patterns of interaction

DEMOCRACY
Small notebook
Political Constitution of Colombia (PDF)


CLASS RULES
Zero tolerance to intolerance.
Be on time.
Open your mind to new ways of thinking.
Don't be afraid to ask.
Be respectful towards others.
Bring all your materials to class.
Check your email for updates in the Social Studies Website, homework, quizes, etc.
HOMEWORK
Will be something along the lines of:

* Glossaries
* Reading Comprehension
* Videos

Check your school e-mail often for news

1. Contextualization

2. Guided classwork

3. Activities
* Quiz
* Group projects
* Class discussions
* Presentations


EVALUATION
1. Quiz every 2 cycles

2. Notebook grade

3. Class activities

4. Workshops on exam week

5. Exam

6. Feedback and corrections
PROJECTS
REVOLUTIONS
Eighth Grade will be working on a poster where your will identify the impact of 18th-19th Century revolutions in our modern society.
TOPICS
World History 7th grade
GOALS
Content: To look for connections between the causes for the fall of the Western Roman Empire with the spread of Christianity, the rise of Islam and the emergence of Feudalism.

Method: To make use of short writtings and summaries, reading comprehensions, timelines, and charts to identify the relation between the fall of the Western Roman Empire to the emergence of Feudalism and its importance in World History.

Purpose:To understand the interactions between societies and power relationships in Europe after the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the key role of the Church in people's lives, and its relation to religious and political power today.

Communication:To express thoughts and ideas clearly through class participation, written assignments and class discussions.

Linguistic Expression: To use English to express ideas, inquiries or concerns in a proficient manner and apply new vocabulary into everyday life. Grammatical errors and spelling mistakes irregular to their level of knowledge of English receive corrections and feedback.
Democracy 7th grade
Content: To develop an understanding of the importance of Colombian control agencies, types of democracy, and Colombian fundamental rights, guarantees and duties.

Method: To identify Colombian fundamental rights, guarantees and duties through creative work, summaries, comparative charts, timelines, small investigations and oral interventions.

Purpose:To comprehend the structure of the Colombian State and regulatory agencies in charge of protecting citizens are entitled to in terms of their social, economic, cultural, collective and the environmental rights.

Communication:To express thoughts and ideas clearly through class participation, written assignments and class discussions.

Linguistic Expression: To use English to express ideas, inquiries or concerns in a proficient manner and apply new vocabulary into everyday life. Grammatical errors and spelling mistakes irregular to their level of knowledge of English receive corrections and feedback.


Democracy 6th grade
Content: To understand the concept of state and democracy through an understanding of the Political Constitution of Colombia from 1991

Method: To create reports, summaries, comparative charts, inquisitive work, timelines and oral interventions in which they will be capable of describing the elements that constitute the State, the branches of the government, and guidelines of the Constitution of our country.

Purpose: To develop comprehension of the importance of the State, as a way of ensuring human coexistence, through democracy and control.

Communication:To express thoughts and ideas clearly through class participation, written assignments and class discussions.

Linguistic Expression: To use English to express ideas, inquiries or concerns in a proficient manner and apply new vocabulary into everyday life. Grammatical errors and spelling mistakes irregular to their level of knowledge of English receive corrections and feedback.


World History 6th grade
Content: To identify the main characteristics of civilization and culture from an analysis of societies in the Paleolithic and Neolithic, as well as early Mesoamerican and South American civilizations.

Method: To categorize and compare different civilizations through graphic organizers, reading comprehensions, timelines, and class activities.

Purpose: To distinguish basic themes that will help reveal patterns and connections among historical events through the ages that allowed sustainability of cultures by sharing ideas and beliefs.

Communication:To express thoughts and ideas clearly through class participation, written assignments and class discussions.

Linguistic Expression: To use English to express ideas, inquiries or concerns in a proficient manner and apply new vocabulary into everyday life. Grammatical errors and spelling mistakes irregular to their level of knowledge of English receive corrections and feedback.


World History 8th grade
Content: To identify the causes and effects of absolute monarchies in Europe from 1500 to 1800 and the reasons that lead to various revolutions as challenges old ideas about society and government.

Method: To analyze the characteristics of Monarchies and Revolutions and the similarities between different events through charts, lists, timelines and short texts.

Purpose: To understand the importance of absolute monarchies and the causes that lead to the different struggles of people in Europe and the Americas who built their own nations and created new forms of government. Though this, the influence of Enlightenment ideas in modern society will be analyzed.

Communication:To express thoughts and ideas clearly through class participation, written assignments and class discussions.

Linguistic Expression: To use English to express ideas, inquiries or concerns in a proficient manner and apply new vocabulary into everyday life. Grammatical errors and spelling mistakes irregular to their level of knowledge of English receive corrections and feedback.

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