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Unit 6 Week 4

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Unit 6 Week 4
Tyrant - a cruel and oppressive ruler

hero - person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities
Hero or Tyrant
For 8 pictures write either hero or tyrant
Directions: Underline the preposition in each sentence.
Example A- I went to the edge of the lake.

1. We walked up the stairs.
2. My mom took a walk around the block.
3. I looked under my bed.
4. My friend jumped over the bushes.
5. The pen fell between our desks.
Do Now
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Hero or Tyrant
4. Napoleon Video
5. Napoleon Document Analysis
Review LT
I can evaluate evidence to support a statement.
Napoleon Document Analysis
Task 1
1. Read the documents for the station
2. Complete the corresponding questions.

Task 2
1. Categorize the documents

Task 3
1. Task: Assess the validity of the following statement. (Basically, do you agree or disagree?)
“Despite his claims that he was the child of the French Revolution, in fact Napoleon betrayed the ideals of the revolution.”
ent
1. Let's pick the strawberries near the fence.
2. The doctor's office is around that corner.
3. Opposite the old statue, you will see the library.
4. The broken lawnmower is behind the barn.
5. Above the entrance is a large warning notice.
Do Now
Directions - Circle the preposition and underline the object.
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Period Video
4. Opium War Introduction
5. Opium War Art
Learning Target
I can identify visual details that support a caption.
Opium War Introduction
Complete one of the following graphics while reading the text.
Opium War Art
1. Number 1-20
2. As you view each art piece try to match the caption.
3. Write down evidence that supports your match.
#
Caption
Evidence
Unit 6 Test
1. Separate sheet of paper
2. # 1-23
# 12
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