SUB Plans Nov 12 and 13

Sheltered Global Studies

Period 7: Agenda 90 Minutes. Feel free to adjust the agenda to work for you.

(10 Min) Meet the substitute. Introduce your names. Take Attendance and Review Norms.

  • Class Norms
    No Racist, Sexist, Homophobic, or Bullying Comments
    Ears with Empathy (Stay Positive)
    Stay Engaged. Try everything. Complete your assignments.
    Respect Class Time.
    Stay Safe

2. Watch 21 UP Video

Link to Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioBp0uVXwog

The video is also on a flash drive that I left you incase you have problems with youtube.

Students saw a portion of character 1 and 2. They might say they have already seen it but will need a reminder. As they watch the film, ask them to complete the graphic organizer. Periodically stop and discuss the characters.

3. If you finish the film have students write or draw: What is it like to live in South Africa? Based on the Video how has South Africa changed?

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Period 3, 4, 8 (Freshman History) Unit: Apartheid in South Africa

Agenda 90 Minutes. Feel free to adjust the agenda to work for you.

(10 Min) Meet the substitute. Introduce your names. Take Attendance and Review Norms.

  • Class Norms
    No Racist, Sexist, Homophobic, or Bullying Comments
    Ears with Empathy (Stay Positive)
    Stay Engaged. Try everything. Complete your assignments.
    Respect Class Time.
    Stay Safe

(15 Min) As a class read the definition of Black Consciousness and brief summary of Steve Biko.

(35 Min) Watch the Life and Death of Steven Biko

Link to Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoNGCSgWQEQ
As students watch the film ask them to gather evidence and then add their personal analysis using the table on the student handout. Tell students this is a graded activity. Students are familiar with taking notes in this format. If time allows have students work in small groups to share findings.

(30 Min) Have students read and annotate (take margin notes) on the document methods of resistance black consciousness.

Students should complete the pro/con graphic organizer after they finish the reading.

Tell students they must hand in margin notes and the Pro/Con Graphic Organizer before they leave class.

HW: Begin your essay rough draft. Your essay must answer the essential question: What is the best method to resist apartheid? (Boycotting, Non-violent speeches or marches, Sabotage, Music/Art, Violence, Black Consciousness)

MWH History, Class 19, October 19-20

LT: What changes were demanded during Apartheid in South Africa.

Read Naomi Kline’s excerpt on the freedom charter and the actual primary source freedom charter.

Agenda

Homework: Finish Comparison Paragraph

October 7-15, MWH, Class 16-18

Lt: Gather Evidence and Analyze. Chart the Text.

 

Agenda:

  1. Gather Evidence about Methods of Protest in Dialogue Journal. Using Video Clips and Class Readings.
Evidence (Facts)
In the film I noticed….
Analysis (Opinion)
This makes me wonder…
This makes me think…

2. Charting the Text Except from 100 years of nonviolent resistance.

 

3. Prepare for Student Led Conferences

 

Conference Details

Wednesday October 21, 2015: 10:30am-11:30am

Madison High School 9th graders

Student Led Conferences in the Madison Library

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Morning Session                  8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Afternoon Session              12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Evening Session                  5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

 

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Morning Session                  8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Afternoon Session              12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Evening Session                  5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

 

Please come with your student during

one of these times and see their work!

 

Homework: Finish Artifact Reflection for Conferences

MWH Class 12

Hi Amazing Students,

 

I’m sorry to be out sick today. Please support our substitute by following our class norms and by completing the agenda below. All of these assignments will be graded.

 

Class Norms

  • No Racist, Sexist, Homophobic, or Bullying Comments
  • Ears with Empathy (Stay Positive)
  • Stay Engaged. Try everything. Complete your assignments.
  • Respect Class Time.
  • Stay Safe

 

Agenda (All Handouts in the Packet)

 

  1. Meet the substitute. Introduce your names. Take Attendance and Review Norms.

 

  1. Option A: Watch 21 UP Video and Take Notes in Dialogue Journal Format. See Attached Table. Complete on Pages in Packet instead of Journals.

Link to Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioBp0uVXwog (Also posted to my class website www.teacherkimkanof.com)

 

Evidence (Facts) Analysis (Opinion)

 

Option B:  If the Video does not work Complete Margin Notes on Learning

Was Defiance Article. The Article is in this packet.

 

  1. If Time Allows: Begin Rough Draft of Injustice in South Africa Historical Fiction/ Film Script (Graded Assignment) The criteria sheet. Brainstorm guide and blank pages are in this packet.

 

Homework:

 

E-mail Ms. Kanof pictures of any missing work you want added to your progress report. Grades will be finalized tonight at 5pm. You must e-mail pictures of your work by this time.
Ms. Kanof’s E-mail: kkanof@pps.net