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Personal Timeline Projects Day 3

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1995
2000
2010
1990
2005
Personal Timeline Projects Day 3
DO NOW
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Pass Back Exit Tickets
Out of 4 points

Part of your GROWTH GRADE (50%).
Class Averages
NYU - 98%

Yale - 89%

Harvard - 78%

MIT - 84%
Personal Timeline Group Project
Learning Objective
SWBAT create intersecting timelines, spacing
years evenly while following
group and project
norms.

Complete Projects due by the
end of class on FRIDAY.
GROUPS!
Steps
1. Peer Edit (spelling and grammar) (4 minutes)


Make-Ups for missed
Exit Tickets are always Thursdays.
Schedule:
Create your spacing
Learning Objective
1. Identify the
earliest
and
latest
year that your group wrote about.
2. Place these years
(and everything in between them!)
on your timeline.
Students will be able to create group timelines, including
5 events
&
3 images
from all three partners' lives.


1-sentence description
BAD EXAMPLE
"2004.
I went to the beach for the first time
".

GOOD EXAMPLE
"2004.
I went to the beach for the first time
. I helped my cousin build a sand castle
"
.

Period 3's Conditions for Transformation
DO NOW
1. What year did the Byzantine Empire end?
2. What year was Christianity official recognized in Rome?
3. What year did the Western Empire collapse?
4. What year did the Christian Church split?
5. What year did Constantinople become the capital city?
Announcement!
BREAKFAST / SSR TIME!
CLASS TIMELINE CHALLENGE!
Period 6's Conditions for Transformation
Pass Back Exit Tickets
Absent yesterday? Come today or next Thursday to make it up.
SUPPLIES
We will work
today
and
Thursday.

They will be due at the end of class
TOMORROW
! BE CREATIVE AND GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER!


Good
example of evenly spaced years
Weak
example of evenly spaced years
2009
2010
2012
2013
2014
2015
MUIR TIME
Please clear your desks for a Muir Time activity
Table Discussion Questions
1. What is a legacy?

Table Discussion Questions
2. What do you want YOUR legacy to be?
JOHN MUIR
What should we remember him by?
JOHN MUIR
1. What is John Muir's legacy?


2. As students at John Muir Middle School, what can WE do to maintain his legacy?
On one person's notebook:
With your group,
make a list of every year that each of you wrote about
in chronological (time) order
. For example,

2004
2004
2007
2009,
etc
There are
colored pencils
,
markers
,
white paper
and
scissors
at the back of the room.
Take what you need and please clean up after yourself! :)
-Listen to others
-Work as a team
-Share ideas
-Respect others' thoughts and opinions
-Be responsible
Brainstorm:
-Two ways your can make your group's poster creative and artistic:
1)
2)

-1 way how your group can show which event belongs to each group member:
1)
MUIR TIME
-be in your seat by the time the bell rings

-have something productive to do by the time the bell rings!
:)
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