This is based off of McDougal Littell's World History: Patterns of Interaction.
I teach using history using an interactive notebook (supporting documents sold separately) so I try as much as I can to differentiate my instruction. This allows students to be super organized and the class is consistent- we all have the same notebook with the same work in the same order: it allows us all to remain on the same page and teaches students all the different things they can do with the information presented to them. I do a little bit of direct teaching (lecturing) and incorporate all of my activities, discussion questions, and assignment directions in one file so that I don't get confused.
This zip includes everything I use for Chapter 11 on Byzantines, Russians, and Turks interact:
1. PowerPoint presentation that covers note from sections 1-3 as well as directions for all the assignments that I do along with it, and directions for how they go in the interactive notebook.
2. Vocabulary assignment directions: how to use SIOP strategies to enhance comprehension.
3. Directions on how to set up interactive notes for Section 1, 2, and 3
4. Cut outs for section 2 and 3 notes
5. Constantinople case study DBQ: analyzing the strategic location of its geography...includes also a powerpoint of enlargened pics of documents and documents saved as jpegs
6. Writing prompt on Emperor Justinian
7. Pope Urban II Speech: reading and guided questions
8. SAD cycle template: thematic way to wrap up the chapter
9. SAD cycle answer key