Unit 4, Ancient Israel Retest

Note:  TTW= The Teacher Will; TSW= The Students Will; GCR= Google Classroom 

I.  Standard(s): Unit 4 Standards 6.20-6.24

     A.  Clear Target I can demonstrate my understanding of ancient Israel by completing the re-test.

     B.  Set: TTW lead a discussion on the clear target and or bell ringer to ensure that the students understand it/them and try to peak the students’ interest in the topic of the day.

     C.  Bell Ringer: TSW open their laptops. If they earned less than an 80% on their Unit 3 test, they are taking the retest.  TSW check PowerSchool to see their grades so that they know if they are taking the retest.  If TS received less than an 80% on the test, they need to get out something to write with and their own paper.  On top of the paper, TSW write their name, and title it”Israel Retest.”

     D.  Presentation of New Material: Any student that did not attain a score of 80% or higher on the Unit test must take the retest by writing three sentence paragraphs on their own paper about each of the subjects.  The students will use Google to find the information on the following subjects so that they can write their 3 sentence paragraphs: 1. What is the Tanakh?   2. Why is the Tanakh important?;  3-7. The Key Leaders (Abraham, Moses, Saul, David, and Solomon).  8. What is the Diaspora (include important people and empires)?  9. How did the Diaspora end (include important people and empires).  10.  Why was the Ten Commandments important to the Jews? The students that received an 80% or higher on the test will work on the Ancient India WebQuest.  The link is in Section F.

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            3.  Lecture Questions: N/A

     E.  Guided Practice: TTW explain the tasks for the day.

    F.  Independent Practice (The assignments are due the next school day unless otherwise stated):  

1.  TSW complete the retest if they did not receive an 80% or higher on the last unit test.  Then they will move to number 2 below and complete that assignment.

2. TSW complete the Ancient India WebQuest.

   G.  Closure:  

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