Thursday, January 13, 2011
In casts (or groups), you will write, rehearse, and perform your own creative version of the Exodus.
Performance Date: January 27, 2011
- work cooperatively in their casts
- write a script with developed setting, characters, and plot
based on the Exodus from the Torah, and make sure each
person has a copy
- adapt the story to make it the genre of the group’s choice
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Ancient Hebrews Mini-book
Create a mini-book with a cover, and 6 pages. Each page needs to include the topic’s title, description of the topic, and a picture.
Due Date: January 14, 2011
- How did Judaism begin?
- The Torah: The Hebrew Bible
- Laws and the Talmud
- Ethical/Moral Behavior
- “Free choice” (AS LONG AS IT RELATES TO THE CURRENT UNIT)
6.3.1 Students describe the origins and significance of Judaism as the first monotheistic religion based on the concept of one God who sets down moral laws for humanity.
(Weighted with 3 grades)
All pages include the title, description, and picture. Description and picture are detailed, and specifically describe what the student learned about Judaism. Student did additional research, and included it in their mini-book
All pages include the title, description, and picture. Description or picture are detailed, and specifically describe what the student learned about Judaism.
3 or more pages include the title, description and picture. Description or picture may have some details, but does not specifically describe what the student learned about Judaism.
2 or less pages include the title, description and picture. Description or picture may be missing, and the student may not have specifically described what was learned about Judaism.
Student does not turn in the assignment