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    Welcome to Evergreen Middle School for the 2019 - 2020 school year! 
     
     
     
     
    425-385-5700 (Office)
    425-385-5817 (Direct to Room)
     
     
    12.06.19
    TURN IN:  Hammurabi's Code Position Paper in INB if completed (Was due: 11.27.19)
     
     
    FINISH: Taking Notes Using Nile River Valley Notes handout:
     
    Choose:
    Infographic Topic if ALL other work is completed
     
     
    12.05.19
    Entry Task: 
    (Group) Main Idea listing 8-10 facts about an Egyptian Picture
    Introduce: Infographic
    Use Reciprocal Teaching Method to Instruct From Textbook (pgs. 144-145)
    FINISH: Taking Notes Using Nile River Valley Notes handout:
     
    12.04.19
    Entry Task: 
    (Group) Main Idea on Egyptian Picture
    From Textbook (pg. 140)
    (In Class) Facts & Main Idea(s) on visual of Abu Simbel
    From Textbook (pgs. 144-145)
    Take Notes Using Nile River Valley Notes handout (Click on Link):
     
     
     
    Nile River Valley Notes Image
     
    12.03.19
    Completed & Discussed (In Class): 
    2nd Viewing of "Hatshepsut: Taking Power With Style"
    What was the Main Idea?
     
    Reviewed:
    Chapter 4 Essential Question
    Discussed: Main Idea behind picture of Abu Simbel on page 140
     
    12.02.19
    IMPORTANT NOTE: 
    ALL Interactive Note Books (INB's) Turned in 11.27.19 have been graded & returned!
     
    Brainstormed (In Class)
    Any information that the students would have on: EGYPT.
     
    THEN:  Watched Video on "Hatshepsut - Taking Power With Style"
     
     
     
    NO SCHOOL TOMORROW!
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL OF MY WONDERFUL FAMILIES!!
     
     
    11.27.19
    Finish:  Your Conclusion
     
    TURN IN YOUR INB AFTER HAVING ANOTHER STUDENT READ YOUR COMPLETED POSITION PAPER.
     
    11.26.19
    Finish:  Body of Thesis (Two EXACT Code(s) & Explanation of Reasoning in one Paragraph)
    Begin:  Conclusion
     
    11.26.19 ThesisStmt_Body_Conclusion
     
    11.25.19
    Finish:  Thesis Statement (Topic Sentence & Paragraph)
    Begin:  Body of Thesis (Click on Hyperlink for MS Word)
     
     
     
    11.25.19 Thesis Stmt and Body Start
     
     
    11.22.19
    With your Group, write a short "I believe..." reason for choosing each of the 3 codes for each side of the "T" chart.
     
    11.22.19 INB Daily Entry
     
    When finished, choose a position of either fair or unfair and write a short thesis statement (We already did this on 10.22.19!) with AT LEAST 2 reasons:
    11.22.19 INB Thesis Statement

    11.21.19
    Make a "T" chart in your INB with Fair on one side and UnFair on the other.
    With your Group, choose 3 for each side from the list of 14 choices and write them on the "T" Chart.
     
     
    11.21.19 Hammurabis Code INB
     
     
     
    11.20.19
    Started (In Class):
    Hammurabi's Code - The Rights and Responsibilities of a citizen. 
    What is Just (Fair)? What is Unjust (Unfair)?
     
    Read Pages 121 - 123,
    Discussed in Class, then
    Watched the video:  "Hammurabis code giving or taking rights NHD Final"
     
     
    The INB should have an, "OK" and my initials in RED if their group completed choosing a law they felt was fair or unfair.
     
     
     
    11.19.19
    FINISHED (In Class):
    Key Terms and Definitions Chapter 3 Section 2
     
    11.18.19
    Do (In Class):
    Key Terms and Definitions Chapter 3 Sections 1 & 2.
     
     
     
    INB Entries:
    11.18.19 INB Entries
     
     
    11.15.19
    Do (In Class): 
    "What are the consequences of technology?" & Connect to myStory:  "Cyrus the Great: King of the World"
     
    11.14.19
    Finished & Reviewed (In Class): 
    "Places to Know" and Key Events Timeline.
     
    Do (In Class) Tomorrow: 
    "What are the consequences of technology?" & Connect to myStory:  "Cyrus the Great: King of the World"
     
    Chapter 3 Opener_Essential Question and myStory
     
     
    11.13.19
    Began Unit Two Chapter 3: "The Ancient Near East"
    DO:  "Places to Know" (IN CLASS)
     
    Chapter 3 Opener_Places to Know
     
    AND
     
    Do: Key Events (Timeline)
     
    Chapter 3 Opener_Key Events
    Watched: 
    the MyStory - "Cyrus the Great: King of the World"
     
     
    11/12 Tuesdays Schedule:
     
    11.11.19 Veteran's Day Assembly Schedule
    11.12.19
    ALL remaining students to complete the quiz from last week. 
    PARENTS/GUARDIANS - I had 66 out of 170 students who did not finish their notes even after at least two one-hour class periods, receiving the worksheet on 11.01.19, having Chromebooks to access the Pearson textbook and being on half days all last week!
     
     
    THERE IS NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY (11/11 VETERAN'S DAY).
     
     
    11.08.19
    Note:  We are on the "A" Schedule today (All Odd Numbered Classes).
    Took the Quiz (See 11.05.19 Image).  1/3 OR MORE of all students did not have their notes ready from WEDNESDAY.
     
    Parents/Guardian Important Information: 
    We are on EARLY RELEASE (Out at 11:35AM) ALL WEEK!
     
    A.B. Conference Schedule
     
    This Week is CONFERENCE WEEK!
     
    11.07.19
    Note:  We are on the "B" Schedule today (All Even Numbered Classes).
    Took the Quiz (See 11.05.19 Image).  1/3 of all students did not have their notes ready from TUESDAY.
     
    11.06.19
    Note:  We are on the "A" Schedule today (All Odd Numbered Classes).
    *Same as yesterdays schedule*
    7th Period:  Those that were finished with the Crossword Puzzle Worksheet (BOTH Sides) took the Quiz below during class (30min).
     
    11.05.19
    Note:  We are on the "B" Schedule today (All Even Numbered Classes except 7th). 
    Do (In Class): The 8 Features of Civilization by watching a video and filling in the back side of the Crossword Puzzle (Text Pages 93-97):
     
     
    8 Features of Civilization
     
    Note:  This IS the quiz!
     
     
    11.04.19
    Note:  We are on the "A" Schedule today (All Odd Numbered Classes). 
    Same Lessons as 11.01
     
    Except:
    Period 7 which started the 8 Features of Civilization by watching a video and filling in the back side of the Crossword Puzzle from pages 93 - 97:
    8 Features of Civilization
     
    11.01.19
    Passed Back & Reviewed: Quiz from yesterday.
    Reviewed: Essential Question from Chapter 1, then watched Discovery Education Video: "Time Warp Trio" - Caveman Catastrophe.
    Discussed (In Class): The Consequences of Technology and who controls it.
    Do: Word Wise Crossword Puzzle by next class meeting (Chapter 2 Section 2).
    11.01.19 Word Wise
    NOTE:  Had the students tape the Gilgamesh/Word Wise worksheet into their INB along with their quiz for future reference.
     
     
     
    10.31.19
    Finish:  Skara Brae Video - While Taking Notes.
    Review: The Key Terms on the back of the Gilgamesh handout.
    Take:  5 Question Multiple Choice Quiz (NOTE: The questions were given to the students verbally yesterday and they are allowed to use their notes and worksheets when taking the quiz!
     
     
    10.30.19
    Review:  Birth of Farming Word Web (In Class)
    Finish: Gilgamesh Worksheet (KEY TERMS ON OPPOSITE SIDE)
    Finish Watching: Catalhoyuk & Skara Brae Videos
    DO:  Take notes on all five multiple choice questions that are on the quiz tomorrow (In Class).
     
     
    10.29.19
    Do:  Birth of Farming Word Web:
    10.29.19 Word Web Take Notes
    Read:  Pgs 86 - 89
     
    Then Watch:
    Two YouTube Videos on Catalhoyuk
    while finishing filling in the Word Web
     
    10.28.19
     
     
     
    Note: Wrote the following in our INB:
     
    10.28.19 INB Entry Task
     
     
     
    10.25.19
    Do:  The Connect to myStory: The Story of Gilgamesh in Class (The animated version can be found on the Pearson website).  Use your knowledge from the two videos we have watched along with the written version found on pages 79 - 81 in your text to assist you in answering the questions.
     
    Connect to myStory: The Story of Gilgamesh
     
     
    10.24.19
    Chapter 2 - reviewed picture on page 78 along with answering two questions about the picture:
    10.24.19 Entry Task
    Then watched a video from YouTube: Human Prehistory 101 (Part 3 of 3): Agriculture Rocks Our World.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVHD9wGlbho&t=66s
     
    And: The Epic of Gilgamesh
     
     
    10.23.19
    Graded the Caves of Lascaux Thesis Statement in their groups:
     
     
     
    10.22.19
    Write a thesis statement answering the question:
    Should the Lascaux Caves be closed to the public?
    Use your in class research from the text pages 72, 73 & 77 plus the YouTube video on the Caves at Lascaux for your sources of information.
     
     
     
    Due by TOMORROW!
     
    10.21.19
    Grade:  The Last of your classes 2 minute flipgrid video using the Grading Sheet and Rubric (In Class)
     
    NO SCHOOL TOMORROW!
     
    10.17.19
    Grade:  Your classes 2 minute flipgrid video using the Grading Sheet and Rubric (In Class)
     
    Note:  Due to time constraints, will continue on MONDAY
     
    10.16.19
    Create:  A 2 minute group flipgrid video of your Chapter 1 Key Term using Charades in one class session. 
     
    Your video will be played to the class tomorrow and graded by all the other groups.
     
    10.15.19
    Reviewed: Chapter 1 Sections 1, 2 & 3 Key Terms and Definitions Matching Quiz From Yesterday (Non-Graded).
    Chapter 1 Sections 1-3 Word Matching Answer Key
    Chose: Top Three Key Terms from Chapter 1 Sections 1-3 to work on a group silent flipgrid video production tomorrow in class.
    NOTE: Students kept the above quiz as a reference.
    Practiced: flipgrid Introductions - with name, period and favorite place on:  hashimoto5025
     
     
    10.14.19
    Took: Chapter 1 Sections 1, 2 & 3 Key Terms and Definitions Matching Quiz.
    ALL Notes & INB were allowed to be used.
     
     
     
    10.11.19
    Key Terms Matching Review For All 3 Sections on Monday - INB and Notes ARE ALLOWED TO BE USED!
     
    NOTE: Parents,
    Be aware that tests and quizzes are open notes and that the Interactive Note Book (INB) can be used as a source of notes!
     
    10.04.19 INB Chap. 1 Sect. 1
     
    Reviewed: Chapter 1 Section 3 Key terms using the Word Wise from the Student Journal.
     
    In Class:  Learned the basics of flipgrid video making by doing an all classes introduction!
    Will begin Summative Group Word Match next week.
     
    FLIPGRID CODE:  hashimoto5025
     
     
    10.10.19
    Reviewed: Chapter 1 Section 3 Key terms using the Word Wise from the Student Journal.  Answers were recorded in their INB's for future reference.
     
    10.09.19 (Mr. Hashimoto out)
    Reviewed: Unit 1 Chapter 1 Section 2 pgs. 66 & 67 (Last Parts)
    In Class: Took quick quiz (5 questions) 
     
     
    10.08.19
    Reviewed: Unit 1 Chapter 1 Section 2
    In Class: Used Word Web for the 4 Key Terms (This is the example given in class.  This left only 3 more to do).
    Chapter 1 Section 2 Word Wise
    Due to the limited amount of time, I will give the quiz tomorrow and have them collected.  All students were given time to copy the questions in class!
     
     
     
    10.07.19
    Review: Unit 1 Chapter 1 Section 1 - Origins in the Pearson On-Line textbook.  Match the Key Terms with their definitions below in your INB:
    Chapter 1 Section1 Fill in the Blank
    If time allows,
    DO: 5 Question Multiple Choice in your INB & Have answers ready to share TOMORROW!
     
    Chapter 1 Section 1 Multiple Choice
     

    Hello Parents/Guardians,

    Starting THIS week, we will not be loaning out Chromebooks to students who forgot their device at home or who do not have a charged device. We will provide them with a hard copy of the work to be done in class, and if it is a consistent problem, will notify you. We should be getting our extra chargers for classrooms soon, and I will set those up as soon as possible.

    Sincerely,

    Mr. Hashimoto

    10.04.19
    Begin: Unit 1 Chapter 1 Section 1 - Origins in the Pearson On-Line textbook.
    Watched (In Class):  The MyStory animation on "Mary Leakey"
    Read & Record:  In your INB the Key Terms & Definitions on page 58
     
    NOTE: Parents,
    Be aware that tests and quizzes are open notes and that the Interactive Note Book (INB) can be used as a source of notes!
     
    10.04.19 INB Chap. 1 Sect. 1
     
    10.03.19
    Finish: Web Quest on Online Google Classroom Assignment (Lucy the Australopithecus).
    Begin: Unit 1 - Origins in the Pearson On-Line textbook.
     
    10.02.19
    Finish: Video Notes on Online Google Classroom Assignment (Lucy the Australopithecus).
    Begin: Web Quest on Online Google Classroom Assignment (Lucy the Australopithecus).
     
    Arizona State University - Institute of Human Origins:  
     
     
    10.01.19
    Finished: Geography Skills Quiz (Online w. Notes/Worksheets Allowed.)
    Began: Online Google Classroom Assignment (Lucy the Australopithecus).
     
    09.30.19
    Took: Online Google Classroom Multiple Choice Geography Skills Quiz w. Notes
     
     
    09.27.19
    Reviewed: Geography Skills Pages 12 - 16.
    After Instruction, Created Google Classroom for the Period.
    NOTE: Use Geography Skills Worksheets to assist with Quiz on MONDAY.  It will be OPEN NOTES & your worksheets ARE ALLOWED to be used!
     
     
    09.26.19
    Reviewed: Geography Skills Pages 10 & 11.
    After Instruction, Worked Independently On: Pages 12 - 15
     
    09.25.19
    Reviewed: Geography Skills Pages 8 & 9.
    After Instruction, Worked Independently On: Pages 10 & 11
     
     
    09.24.19
    Reviewed: Geography Skills Pages 6 & 7.
    After Instruction, Worked Independently On: Pages 8 & 9
     
    09/23
     
    Parents:  I will be out on Wednesday and Thursday of this week due to a class I am taking and some appointments I have.
    Therefore, there will be no after school make up on these days.  If you need to get in contact with me, the best way would be through email.
     
                                                                            -Mr. Hashimoto-
     
    09.23.19
    Reviewed: Geography Skills Page 5.
    After All Class Instruction,
    Worked Independently On: Pages 6 & 7
     
     
     
    09.20.19
    Reviewed: Geography Skills Pages 2, 3 & 4 (In Class).
    Worked Independently (If time allowed) on page 5.
    Geography Skills Page 5 Example
    Will Review page 5 on MONDAY (Relative location using Intermediate directions)
     
    For those working ahead, use the following links:
     
     
     
     
    09.19.19
    Reviewed: Geography Skills Page 1 (In Class).
     
    Geography Skills Page 1 Answers  
     
     
     
    09.18.19
    Reviewed: Device Problem with FOBS & Correct caring techniques.
     
    Began: Geography Skills Worksheet
     
    Only Finished: THE FRONT PAGE (Turned in at the end of class - This is a do in class assignment!)
     
     
     
    09.18.19 Geography Skills Pg. 1
     
    9/17: Spent a majority of the time working with the students on getting to know some of the ways that they can care for and utilize their devices.
     
    9/16:
    Finished:  FRIDAY's Assignment "Making a Compass Rose" (In Class)
    Date Due:  END OF CLASS TODAY 09.16.19
     
    Note:  This was a SUMMATIVE Graded Project worth 70% of their total grade.  I gave them 1 extra credit point if they took the time to cut out their Compass Rose before gluing it to a Construction Paper background (frame).
     
     
    9/13:
    NOTE:  PICTURE DAY & DEVICE DISTRIBUTION ON MONDAY 9/16!!
     
    Began:  "Making a Compass Rose" Assignment
    Due: Monday at the end of class (Time permitting!)
     
     
     
    9/11 - "North, South, East West" Assignment due Tomorrow
     
    9/10 - "Scavenger Hunt" Assignment was due at the end of class today.
                NOTE: Started Friday 09.06.19
     
    9/4 - 1st Day of School PowerPoint Introduction Lesson (Click on Link):
     
     
     
      
     
     
     
    Chromebook Roll Out (Tentative) September 16th
    Picture Day September 16th
     
      
     
    Room: 117  
    Tel. No:  425-385-5817 (Direct to Room)