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  • MAURY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS June 1, 2015

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    PACING GUIDE 8th Grade Social Studies

    Standard Test %

    TIME SKILLS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

    MATERIALS ASSESSMENT

    Colonialism (1600-1750) (8.1 - 8.14) Students will understand the social, political, and economic reasons for the movement of people from Europe to the Americas, and they will describe the impact of colonization by Europeans on American Indians and on the development of the land that eventually became the United States of America. 8.1, 8.2, 8.6, 8.9, 8.13 are potential

    14% 19 Days

    Trace and Explain Motivations for English colonization, founding of Jamestown, founding of Plymouth, settlement of Georgia Analyze Settlement of Mass. Bay Colony, Founding of Pennsylvania, ideas that impacted colonial self-government Describe Settlement of New Netherlands, French exploration and settlements, First Great Awakening Cite Textual evidence re: relationships between colonists and American Indians* Locate and Identify 13 original colonies

    Comparison Matrix T-chart Close Reading Cornell Notes Timeline Maps Annotation Summarizing Vocabulary Frayer Model

    Social Studies Textbook Comparison Matrix Frayer Model Graphic Organizers Guided reading worksheets Map of 13 colonies Map of Middle Passage/ Triangular Trade routes Primary sources * Video clips

    Note checks Exit Slips Graphic Org. check Map completion Timeline completion Writing assignments 7 word summary Summative

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    Extended Response items

    Describe their development, Middle Passage and slavery Compare and Contrast Colonial life

    Writing Graphic Organizer Foldables

    Standard Test %

    TIME SKILLS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

    MATERIALS ASSESSMENT

    Development of an American Republic (1720-1787) (8.15 8.27) Development of a New Nation (1720 1787) Students will understand the major events preceding the founding of the nation and relate their significance to the development of the American Republic. 8.17, 8.23 are potential

    25% 14.5%

    36 Days 22 Days

    Compare New France and the English Colonies, Loyalists and Patriots using charts, graphs or images with printed text Explain How individualism was fostered and contributed to the American Revolution, Impact of individuals who created interest in land West of the Appalachians Evaluate Contributions of Benjamin Franklin Describe Impact of the Zenger trial, French and Indian War Summarize Watauga Settlement, Effect of the Revolution on the Wataugans Analyze

    Comparison Matrix T-chart Close Reading Cornell Notes Timeline Maps Annotation Summarizing Vocabulary Frayer Model Writing Graphic Organizer

    Social Studies Textbook Comparison Matrix Frayer Model Graphic Organizers Guided reading worksheets Primary sources

    - Excerpt from Poor Richards Almanack

    - Excerpt from The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

    - Declaration of Independence

    - Excerpts from Common Sense and The Crisis

    Peer editing worksheet

    Note checks Exit Slips Graphic Org. check Timeline completion Writing assignments 7 word summary Socratic Circle Summative

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    Extended Response items

    Standard

    (8.28 - 8.37) The Constitution and Foundation of the American Political System (1777-1789) Students analyze the political principles underlying the Constitution, compare the enumerated and implied powers of the federal government, and understand the foundation of the American political system and the

    Test %

    10.5%

    TIME 14 Days

    Causes and leaders of American Revolution Determine and Write Central ideas of the Declaration of Independence, legacy of these ideas today Identify and Explain Authors point of view and purpose, Battles, Events, and Leaders of American Revolution

    SKILLS Describe Significance of Magna Carta, English Bill of Rights, Mayflower Compact in development of American government, principles embedded in the Constitution, Conflict between Federalists and Anti-Federalists Analyze Land Ordinance of 1785 and Northwest Ordinance of 1787 impact on Western settlement, Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation, George Washingtons presidency Identify Leaders of Constitutional Convention and issues debated Explain Ratification process and conflicts, Strict vs. loose interpretation, Emergence of two-party system, Conflict between Jefferson and

    Foldables Writing process plan, rough draft, edit, revise, final draft

    INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

    Comparison Matrix T-chart Close Reading Cornell Notes Timeline Maps Annotation Summarizing Vocabulary Frayer Model Writing Graphic Organizer

    Video clips MATERIALS Social Studies Textbook Comparison Matrix Frayer Model Graphic Organizers Guided reading worksheets Primary sources

    - Excerpt from Magna Carta

    - Excerpt from English Bill of Rights

    - Excerpt from Mayflower Compact

    - Federalist Paper No. 10 and 51

    LCD Module Bill of Rights: How Does it Impact Us Today?

    ASSESSMENTS Note checks Exit Slips Graphic Org. check Timeline completion Writing assignments 7 word summary Socratic Circle Summative

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    ways in which citizens participate. 8.32, 8.34 are potential Extended Response items

    Hamilton, Controversies of Adams Administration Write Opinion piece arguing the importance of a particular right re: impact using Bill of Rights and contemporary informational text

    Foldables Writing process plan, rough draft, edit, revise, final draft

    Peer editing worksheet Video clips

    Standard Test %

    TIME SKILLS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

    MATERIALS ASSESSMENT

    The Young Nation to the Divided Nation (1789-1850) (8.38 8.42) Growth of the Young Nation (1789 1849) Students analyze the aspirations and ideals of the people of the new nation. 8.42 is a potential Extended Response item

    34% 5%

    47 Days 7 Days

    Describe Daily life of early America Identify Leaders and events of Western expansion and analyze impact on Tennessee statehood, Identify Lewis & Clark Expedition routes on a map Analyze Role of John Marshall in strengthening central government, Impact of the Lewis & Clark Expedition citing evidence from their journals

    Comparison Matrix T-chart Close Reading Cornell Notes Timeline Maps Annotation Summarizing

    Social Studies Textbook Comparison Matrix Frayer Model Graphic Organizers Map of Louisiana Purchase Map of Lewis & Clark Expedition Guided reading worksheets

    Note checks Exit Slips Graphic Org. check Map completion Timeline completion Writing assignments

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    Explain Major events of Jeffersons presidency

    Vocabulary Frayer Model Writing Graphic Organizer Foldables

    Excerpts from stories of Washington Irving Excerpts from stories of James Fenimore Cooper Video clips

    7 word summary Socratic circle Summative

    Standard Test %

    TIME SKILLS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

    MATERIALS ASSESSMENT

    (8.43 8.63) The United States Role on the World Stage (1789 1849) Students analyze United States foreign policy in the early Republic. 8.45, 8.53, 8.57, 8.58, 8.59 are potential Extended Response items

    3% 4 Days

    Explain War of 1812 Identify Changing boundaries of the United States Analyze U.S. relationship with Europe, including the Monroe Doctrine

    Comparison Matrix T-chart Close Reading Cornell Notes Timeline Maps Annotation Summarizing Vocabulary

    Social Studies Textbook Comparison Matrix Frayer Model Map of U.S. for time period Guided reading worksheets Video clips

    Note checks Exit Slips Graphic Org. check Map completion Timeline completion Writing assignments 7 word summary

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    Frayer Model Writing Graphic Organizer Foldables

    Socratic circle Summative

    Standard Test % TIME SKILLS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

    MATERIALS ASSESSMENT

    (8.46 8.63)

    The Sectionalism of the American North,

    South, and West (1800 1850)

    Students Analyze the paths of the

    American people in the three regions of the United Sgtates from 1800 to the

    mid-1800s and the challenges they

    18%

    25 Days

    Analyze Henry Clays American System, 19th Century reforms influenced by the 2nd Great Awakening, Womens suffrage movement, Characteristics of white southern society prior to Civil War, Contributions of Sequoyah, Westward Expansion, Essays and stories Explain Causes and Effects of Northern European immigration to the U.S. and its cities, Presidency of Andrew Jackson

    Comparison Matrix T-chart Close Reading Cornell Notes Timeline Maps Annotation

    Social Studies Textbook Comparison Matrix Frayer Model Graphic Organizers Map of Louisiana Purchase Map of Lewis & Clark Expedition

    Note checks Exit Slips Graphic Org. check Map completion Timeline completion

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    faced as they became increasingly

    sectionalized.

    8.53, 8.57, 8.58, 8.59 are potential Extended Response items

    Identify Common themes in American art and literature,