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Japan! Day 1

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Japan! Day 2
Groups: Yale
Green: Religion
Blue: Written Language
Red: Government

Groups: Harvard
Groups: MIT
Become an expert!
Groups: NYU
SWBAT use
evidence and specific examples
from the text while participating in a
text scavenger hunt
with their expert groups.
Today's Learning Objective
RED: Written Language
BLUE: Religion
GREEN: Government
Green: Written
Language
Blue: Religion
Red: Government

+Be knowledgeable about your topic

+Be able to teach others about your topic

+Be able to use the vocabulary related to your topic
Green: Written
Language
Blue: Written Language
Red: Government

HELLO SCHOLARS!
Please put everything away
except for a pencil and a highlighter.
(optional)
DO NOW - Monday, March 16, 2015
Quality responses will:
-Use SLAS sentence stems
-Use evidence
Think about your expert group topic from last week:
-Written Language
-Religion
-Government

Why does this influence matter?
(Why is it significant?)
HELLO SCHOLARS!
Today is the MATH BENCHMARK
Clear everything off of your desk
except for a pencil (if you have
one)
NOTES (from Mr. Gonzalez)
-Show all work -- write all steps down, even for the simple problems (for participation points)
-There may be material you don't recognize -- just try your best!
-GOOD LUCK!
GROUP WORK NORMS
-Sharing work equally
-Making sure that no one is lagging behind
-Asking each other what you think
***Checking answers with each other***
Turn your scavenger hunt over to the back
Pretend you work for the Medieval Chinese or Korean government.

Create an advertisement that shows how important you are -- try to convince other countries that they should adopt your ways too!

You must use vocabulary and concepts from the text.
Table Discussion Question
Did borrowing elements from Chinese and Korean culture help or hurt Japan? Why?
SSR :)
You have 2 minutes:
-Books out
-Reading Log out
-In your seat
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