SOCIAL STRUCTURES

March 20 - March 22

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SYSTEMS

  • 6.C.1.3 Summarize systems of social structures within various civilizations and societies over time (e.g., Roman class structure, Indian caste system, feudal, matrilineal and patrilineal societies)

  • H.1.1 Construct charts, graphs and historical narratives to explain particular events or issues over time.

Wednesday

ACC Introduction

Welcome to a new unit! We will be reviewing the standards for the upcoming unit.

Thursday

The Aztecs

1. Read both articles.

2. Summarize the articles in your notebook by writing 1 detailed paragraph (5-6 sentences) using examples from the text.

3. Write 5 interesting facts that you learned. 

4. Create a visual representation of the social structure of the Aztec. 

Friday

Compare

Read the information on ancient civilizations and compare and contrast their social structures. 

March 25 - March 29

CASTE SYSTEM and FEUDALISM

  • 6.C.1.3 Summarize systems of social structures within various civilizations and societies over time (e.g., Roman class structure, Indian caste system, feudal, matrilineal and patrilineal societies)

  • H.1.1 Construct charts, graphs and historical narratives to explain particular events or issues over time.

Monday

Tuesday

Social Systems - India

Students will read, analyze, and complete the sheets about the Caste System and how it affected India throughout its history. Students will read a short passage, examine 2 diagrams and complete the graphic organizer and compare and contrast.  

Social Systems - India

Using the student textbook, read pages  206 through 211. Then, answer questions 1 through 9 in your notebook. 

Thursday

Social Systems - Japan

 

Using the student textbook, read pages  554 through 557 Stop to complete the Chart Skills, questions 1 and 2.

 

Then, continue reading pages 558 - 561.

Answer questions 1 - 9 in your notebook. 

Wednesday

Japan

 

Students will discover the hierarchy in ancient Japan. 

Friday

Social Systems - Egypt 

Using the student textbook, read pages  140 through 149. Stop to complete the Chart Skills question.

 

Then, continue reading pages 150 - 151.

Answer questions 1 - 9 in your notebook. 

April 1 - April 5

FEUDALISM & MATRILINEAL/PATRILINEAL SYSTEMS

  • 6.C.1.3 Summarize systems of social structures within various civilizations and societies over time (e.g., Roman class structure, Indian caste system, feudal, matrilineal and patrilineal societies)

  • H.1.1 Construct charts, graphs and historical narratives to explain particular events or issues over time.

Monday

Tuesday

Social Systems - Rome 

Using the student textbook, read pages  370 through 379. Stop to complete the Chart Skills question.

Answer questions 1 - 9 in your notebook on page 379. 

Let's Review! 

We have now created multiple pyramids for social classes in ancient civilizations.

How are they similar? How are they different?

Egypt & Rome

 

Students will have time to investigate the social structures in Ancient Rome and Ancient Egypt. 

Thursday

Social Hierarchy

Students will analyze examples of Social Hierarchy Charts from various Ancient Civilizations and answer questions. After viewing multiple charts, students will complete reflection.

Wednesday

Elective

Registration

Intro to Project

Friday

 

April 8 - April 9

MAJOR PROJECT

  • 6.C.1.3 Summarize systems of social structures within various civilizations and societies over time (e.g., Roman class structure, Indian caste system, feudal, matrilineal and patrilineal societies)

  • H.1.1 Construct charts, graphs and historical narratives to explain particular events or issues over time.

Monday

Workday

Tuesday

Presentations

Day 1

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