Grade 8 Georgia Studies Pacing Calendar August 2016

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Grade 8 Georgia StudiesPacing CalendarUnit One:SundayMondayGeorgia’s PhysicalGeography and EarlyNative American CulturesThis unit will focus on therelationship between humanactivities, natural forces andphysical features. It will showthat the evolution of theearly Native Americancultures happened in directrelation to changes in theirenvironment. Additionally, itwill lead to an understandingof the importance oflocation and physicalfeatures to the developmentof an area and its culture.Dates of Unit:August 3 – August 19Tuesday1Wednesday2Thursday3First Day ofSchool789August 2016Friday45611121319202627Unit 1 – Georgia’s PhysicalGeography and Early NativeAmerican Cultures10SaturdayUnit 1 – Georgia’s Physical Geography and Early Native American Cultures1415161718Unit 1 – Georgia’s Physical Geography and Early Native American Cultures21222324Unit 2 – Exploration and Colonization28293031Unit 2 – Exploration and Colonization25

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesSeptember 2016Pacing CalendarUnit Two: Exploration andColonizationThis unit will focus on thegeographical, political,social and economic factorsthat contributed toGeorgia’s colonization.Students will understand thatthe production, distribution,and consumption of goodsand services were anessential part of themotivation behind Europeancolonization. Students willlearn that colonization had amajor impact on NativeAmerican Saturday12389101516172223242930Unit 2 – Exploration and Colonization4567Labor DayUnit 2 – Exploration and Colonization11121314Unit 3 – Georgia in the American RevolutionDates of Unit:August 22 – September 9Unit Three: Georgia in theAmerican RevolutionThis unit will focus on theconflicts and changes alongwith compromises that led toour country’sindependence. The studentswill see that as thecomplexity and interactionwithin our society changed,so, too, did its governance.Students will also focus onselect individuals andGeorgia’s role in theAmerican Revolution.Dates of Unit:September 12 - October 618192021Unit 3 – Georgia in the American Revolution25262728Unit 3 – Georgia in the American Revolution

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesPacing CalendarUnit Four: The Growth &Development of GeorgiaThis unit will focus on thetechnological innovationsthat led to changes in ournation’s production,distribution, and consumptionof goods and services. Thestudent should understandthe individuals, groups andinstitutions that helpedproduce the changes bothwithin our nation, and morespecifically at home inGeorgia. Students will alsoanalyze the events that led tothe removal of NativeAmerican societies.SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayOctober TeacherProfessionalLearning DayUnit 3 – Georgia in the American Revolution910111213Unit 4 – The Growth & Development of GeorgiaColumbus Day/Fall BreakDates of Unit:October 12 – November 416171819Unit 4 – The Growth & Development of Georgia23242526Unit 4 – The Growth & Development of Georgia3031Unit 4 – The Growth & Development of Georgia

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesNovember 2016Pacing CalendarUnit Five:The Civil War: SignificantEvents and InfluentialPeopleThis unit will focus on theactions of individuals,groups, and institutions ofthe Northern and SouthernStates and how theyaffected society in theUnited States. Students willexplain the key issues andevents that led to the CivilWar. Students willunderstand that conflict andchange was a predominanttheme and had a majorimpact on society during theCivil War era. Students willalso acknowledge theeconomic changes inAntebellum Georgia, duringthe Civil War, and throughReconstruction in referenceto production, day1Thursday23Saturday45111218192526Unit 4 – The Growth & Development of Georgia678TeacherProfessionalLearning Day1314910Unit 5 – The Civil War: Significant Events andInfluential People151617Unit 5 – The Civil War: Significant Events and Influential People20212223Thanksgiving BreakDates of Unit:November 7- December 9Friday272829Unit 5 – The Civil War: Significant Events andInfluential People3024

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesPacing CalendarSundayMondayTuesdayUnit Five:The Civil War: SignificantEvents and InfluentialPeopleThis unit will focus on theactions of individuals, groups,and institutions of theNorthern and Southern Statesand how they affectedsociety in the United States.Students will explain the keyissues and events that led tothe Civil War. Students willunderstand that conflict andchange was a predominanttheme and had a majorimpact on society during theCivil War era. Students willalso acknowledge theeconomic changes inAntebellum Georgia, duringthe Civil War, and throughReconstruction in referenceto production, distribution,consumption.Dates of Unit:November 7- December 9WednesdayDecember 2016ThursdayFriday1Saturday239101516End of FirstSemester17222324293031Unit 5 – The Civil War: Significant Events and Influential People45678Unit 5 – The Civil War: Significant Events and Influential People11121314Unit 5 – The Civil War: Significant Events and Influential People18192021Semester Break25262728

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesPacing CalendarUnit Six – The New SouthThis unit will focus on thesocial, economic, andpolitical changes thatoccurred in Georgiabetween 1877 and 1918.Students will analyzeconflicts (national andinternational) that resultedfrom many of thesechanges. Students willunderstand that theactions of individuals,groups, or institutionsinfluenced Georgia’seconomic growth anddevelopment. Students willalso study how Georgia’stransportation systems helpto drive the state’seconomy.Dates of Unit:Jan. 4 – Jan. 27SundayMondayTuesday1Wednesday2Last Day ofSemester Break83TeacherProfessionalLearning Day9Thursday4First Day ofSemester10January 2017Friday5Saturday67121314192021262728Unit 6 –The New South11Unit 6 –The New South151617M.L. King Jr.Birthday2218Unit 6 –The New South232425Unit 6 –The New South2930Unit 7 – Global Wars and the 20Century31th

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesPacing CalendarUnit Seven – Global Warsand the 20th CenturyThis unit will focus on the reasonsfor World War I and World War IIand describe Georgia'scontributions to both. Studentswill study the impact of theWorld Wars on Georgia’seconomy. They will examine thecauses and effects of themigration of workers from ruralareas of Georgia to urban areasacross the state. Students willexamine how governanceexpanded during this timeperiod and how that had animpact on society locally,nationally, and ry 2017Thursday1Friday2Saturday3491011161718Unit 7 – Global Wars and the 20th Century5678Unit 7 – Global Wars and the 20th CenturyeDates of Unit:Jan. 30 – Feb. 1612Unit 7 – Global Wars and the 20 Century192021President’s Day/Winter Break2627Unit 8 – Post WWII GeorgiaDates of Unit:Feb. 22- Mar. 315thUnit Eight – Post WWIIGeorgiaThis unit will evaluate the impactof various individuals, groups,and institutions whichsignificantly influenced social,political, and economic growthin Georgia after World War II.Students will study the postWorld War II movement andmigration of people and ideas.Student will analyze the impactof technological innovation notonly on Georgia’s society, butalso on the nation and world.14132822TeacherProfessionalLearning Day23Unit 8 – Post WWII Georgia2425

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesPacing CalendarUnit Nine – Civil RightsThis unit will focus on how theideas of significant individuals,groups, and institutionsimpacted not only Georgians,but all Americans. The studentwill learn that the struggle forCivil Rights in Georgia tookplace within a nationwidecontinuum. As studentsevaluate these events and thepeople involved with them,students will acknowledge thedramatic changes these eventshave caused in America and inGeorgia.Dates of Unit:Mar. 6 – Mar. 16SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayMarch 2017Thursday1Friday23491011161718Unit 8 – Post WWII Georgia5678Unit 9 – Civil Rights12131415TeacherProfessionalLearning DayUnit 9 – Civil RightsUnit Ten – ModernGeorgiaThe student will understand howvarious social economic andpolitical changes haveimpacted life in Georgia since1970. Students will discover waysthat our economy is driven byproduction, distribution, andconsumption of goods andservices. Students will evaluatethe relevance and impact ofthe migration/movement ofimmigrants to Georgia. They willalso learn that as society hasbecome more complex,governance has becomemore complex.Dates of Unit:Mar. 20 – Mar. 31Saturday1920212223243031Unit 10 – Modern Georgia26272829Unit 10 – Modern Georgia25

Grade 8 Georgia StudiesPacing CalendarUnit Eleven:State and LocalThis unit will focus on the stateand local governance ofGeorgia, and its interaction withcitizens. The student willunderstand that the rule of lawgives constitutionalgovernments a structure whichoutlines the rights,responsibilities, and limitations ofthe government to its citizensand citizens to the government.They will analyze the distributionof powers within Georgia’sgovernment and understandthat local governments existwithin the framework of thestate and federal government.Dates of Unit:Apr. 10 – Apr. 21Unit Twelve:The Adult and JuvenileJustice SystemStudents will analyze andcompare Georgia’s juvenileand adult processes andhow these exemplify theconcept of rule of law.Additionally, students willlook at ways to solveconflicts.Dates of Unit:Apr. 24 – May 5SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayApril 98Spring Break9101112Unit 11 – State and Local16171819Unit 11 - State and Local23/30242526Unit 12 – The Adult and Juvenile Justice System

Grade 8 GeorgiaStudiesPacing CalendarUnit Twelve:The Adult and JuvenileJustice SystemStudents will analyze andcompare Georgia’s juvenileand adult processes andhow these exemplify theconcept of rule of law.Additionally, students willlook at ways to solveconflicts.SundayMondayTuesday1Wednesday2May 2017ThursdayFriday3Saturday456Unit 12 – The Adult and Juvenile Justice System789101112131415161718192021222324252627Dates of Unit:Apr. 24 – May 5Last Day ofSchoolAPS Final Exams2829Memorial Day3031

Unit 2 – Exploration and Colonization Unit 3 – Georgia in the American Revolution Unit 3 – Georgia in the American Revolution Students will also focus select individuals and essential part of the –Exploration and Colonization learn that colonization had a major impact on Native Unit 3 – Georgia in the American Revolution Unit Two .

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