Monday 4.9
Tuesday 4.10
Wednesday 4.11
Thursday 4.12
Friday 4.13
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.2

SWBAT: Analyze multiple texts to evaluate key demographic features of Nigeria as well as significant historical events.

Do NOW:
1. Students analyze key facts from CIA World Fact book to analyze data on Nigeria.
2. Students will make 5-7 observations based on data and predict why the information is significant.
3. Students will work independently at first, then consult their group.

Agenda:
1. Do Now
2. Share out data findings
3. In groups students will share key historical events as well as the significance of each. Use internet and text pp. 492-496
4. Groups will share out key events as we CFU


Homework: Read AP Article __Democratic Transitions in Nigeria__ and answer questions on history timeline. Complete history timeline for Thursday.
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CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.2

SWBAT: Analyze multiple texts to evaluate key demographic features of Nigeria as well as significant historical events.

Do Now: Get a Chromebook and go to the Wiki and find the Lessons 1-4 Analyzing Nigeria.

Agenda:
1. In class lessons 1-4 using slides. Analyzing Nigeria (link above)
2.Students complete in groups.
3. Use your text to help as well.


Homework: Lessons 1-4 complete with questions answered by Monday, April 16
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.2

SWBAT: Analyze multiple texts to evaluate key demographic features of Nigeria as well as significant historical events.

Do NOW: FRQ Practice

Agenda:
1.Discuss FRQ
2.Assign each student an event from the historical timeline.
3. Go over timeline and significance using PPT
4. Discuss questions from Democratic Transitions article.
5. If any time is left, scholars can continue working on Lessons 1-4


Homework: Lessons 1-4 complete with questions answered by Monday, April 16
NO SCHOOL
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