Period 1 Global Studies

***Final Exam Date/Time = Friday, June 8th from 8:10-9:30AM (Exam 1)***
Final Exam Review Resources

Semester 2, Week 16 (5/21-5/25): Modern Middle East
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1) Conflicts in the Middle East: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
- 34.4 pre-reading and guided notes activity (p.1017-1023)
1) Conflicts in the Middle East: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
- 34.4 pre-reading and guided notes activity (p.1017-1023)
PROMISES    
PROMISES
PROMISES

Semester 2, Week 15 (5/14-5/18): Religion & The Middle East
Link to Virtual Map of  World of Islam Information
Link to Future of Muslim Population Information
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1) World Religions Refresher
- Click Here
for refresher quiz on Quizlet

2) Geography of the Middle East Map Activity
- Click Here for digital copy


MAP QUIZ WEDNESDAY
 CLICK HERE for History of Islam and Sunni and Shia Muslims Webquest
- Questions:
1) Explain how Islam was created including specific people and events from the webquest

2) Explain the similarities and differences in the beliefs of Shia and Sunni Muslims

3) Explain what caused the Shia and Sunni split

4)
CLICK HERE for Modern Day Islam Modern Day Islam Questions and link to interactive map
1) Middle East Map Quiz

2) Read Chapter 18 Section 1 (p.507) on The Ottoman Empire
- Answer Main Idea questions A, B, anc C
- Answer Geography Skillbuilder Questions 1 & 2 on p.508
- Answer Document Based Questions 1 & 2 on p.509.



Semester 2, Week 14 (5/7-5/11): Age of Exploration
Age of Exploration Quiz - Study Guide
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1) Age of Exploration Entrance Slip - Refresher Questions

2) Continue True Pirates of the Caribbean


3) Age of Exploration Quiz Thursday
- Quiz on chapter 20.1, 20.2,
Guns, Germs, and Steel, and True Pirates of Caribbean
Pirates    
Age of Exploration - Quiz Review
1) Age of Exploration - Quiz

2) Time Travel Journal: Age of Exploration - Conquistador, Incan, Aztec, Columbus, Spanish Missionary, French Fur Trader, English Colonist
- Choose a character from the list above and write 1-2 pages from that character's perspective
- Your journal can be creative but also should describe what was actually going on during this time period.
- If you choose to type your journal, you must print and hand in finished edition.
- EXTRA CREDIT IF YOU MAKE ME LAUGH OUT LOUD
1) Finish Time Travel Journal

2) Time Travel Journal: Age of Exploration RESPONSE

- Write a response to the person you pretended to be yesterday. For example, if you pretended to be Columbus writing to a Taino Indian yesterday you will pretend to be a Taino Indian today responding to the journal you wrote as Columbus.

- Your journal should be at least 1 full page and can be creative but also should describe what was actually going on during this time period.

- If you choose to type your journal, you must print and hand in finished edition.

- EXTRA CREDIT IF YOU MAKE ME LAUGH OUT LOUD


3) Find a song (must be appropriate for school) that could be the theme song for European Culture during this time period and email it to Mr. Kosiba.
- Think about what European culture valued to help you decide (money, violence, greed, adventure, conquest....).
- Write a brief 1 paragraph summary explaining why you chose the song that you did.


Semester 2, Week 13 (4/30-5/4): Age of Exploration
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Guns, Germs, and Steel
1) Finish Guns, Germs, and Steel

2) Write down as many examples as you can from the film in which sheer luck helps the Spanish conquer the Incas
1) Begin reading chapter 20 section 1 on p. 553
- Answer main idea questions A, B, and C
- Answer Geography Skillbuilder: Interpreting Maps questions 1 & 2


2) Read Legacy of Columbus Primary and Secondary Sources on p. 560 
- Answer questions 1-4
1) Review and Discuss 20.1 Questions

2) WHO AM I, WHERE AM I, AND WHAT AM I DOING HERE: Americas in the 1600s

3) Begin reading 20.2: European Nations Settle North America (p.561)
- Answer Main Idea ?s A, B, and C
- Answer Main Idea ?s 3, 4, and 5 on p. 365. 


HOMEWORK
Explain what an Encomienda was and how it worked on your Google Site.
 
Exporting Culture: The roots of racism and oppression in the Americas

 Pirate History


Semester 2, Week 13 (4/23-4/27): Renaissance and Age of Exploration
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1) Hand back and review Middle Ages Exam
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Exam Key

2) Martin Luther Leads the Reformation 17.3 - PowerPoint Presentation

Renaissance & Reformation Exam Thursday
testing    
testing
Guns, Germs, and Steel    
Guns, Germs, and Steel

Semester 2, Week 12 (4/16-4/20): Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Age of Exploration
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World Geography Practice and Middle Ages Exam Review
Middle Ages Exam 1) Introduction to The Renaissance

2) Distribution and review of Renaissance Big Questions

3) Read and finish Big Questions for Chapter 17 Section 1

1) Read and finish Big Questions for Chapter 17 Section 2
1) Martin Luther Leads the Reformation 17.3

Semester 2, Week 11 (4/9-4/13): Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Age of Exploration
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1) Pass back and review Byzantine Empire Quiz

2) Introduction to Feudalism
- Go over green handout and discuss "Connect to Today" questions 1 & 2

3) Feudalism 2.0 Explanation and Set Up

4) Pre-reading vocabulary activity for chapter 13 section 1 (p.353).
- define and use each term in a sentence that explains its significance.

5) Read and complete reading guide for chapter 13 section 1
- HOMEWORK if not finished
1) 13.1 Comprehension Check

2) 13.2 introduction "Feudalism in Europe"
- quick look at the fear behind Feudalism

3) Read 13.2 and complete reading guide
- Homework if not finished.

1) Read p. 393-395 in text.
- define vocab terms on these pages
- answer Main Idea ?'s A and B
- Read and answer Analyzing Primary Sources section on Magna Carta on p. 395.
1) Review and discuss homework questions

2) Magna Carta discussion
- What is the Magna Carta?
- Who created the Magna Carta and why did they create it?
- What is its purpose? What is it designed to do? What is it designed to prevent from happening? (Use specific examples, names, and dates from the text to support your answer)
- What ideas has our own democratic government adopted from the ideas found in the Magna Carta?

3) 
Read 13.4 The Power of the Church (p.370-373).  While reading, take notes on anything that will help you answer the following:
- Explain or draw a chart that shows how the Church's power structure was organized (just like we did for Feudalism).

- Describe at least 4 examples of conflicts/power struggles between the Church and rulers from the text. Be sure to use specific names, events, and date
CLICK HERE for 13.4 Questions Power Point
1) Magna Carta and the Middle Ages: Problem Solving Exercise
- Re-examine and translate the four principles from the Magna Carta listed on p. 395
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 Go back through the text and your notes for chapter 13 to identify at least 3 major conflicts, power struggles, and acts of corruption during the Middle Ages that caused these principles from the Magna Carta to be created.

Semester 2, Week 10 (4/2-4/6): Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Age of Exploration
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Topic = The Rise and Fall of the New Rome (Byzantine Empire) and the beginning of the Middle Ages in Europe.

1) Pre-reading vocabulary activity
- Define and write a sentence that explains the significance of each vocab term in chapter 11 section 1 in your notebook

2) Read Chapter 11 Section 1 (p.301-304)

3) Complete 1 sentence summary activity
- Click Here for digital copy
1) Check and discuss one-sentence summaries for The Byzantine Empire

2) Read p.305 about the division in Christianity.
- make a venn diagram in your notes showing the similarities and differences between Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy.

3) Deciding Importance - Identifying and describing the 3 most important people and events in 11.1.
- CLICK HERE for directions and examples

Homework
An introduction into Feudalism - a new caste system.
- Read Examining the Issues bullet point questions on handout (also on p 352 in your textbook) for homework and be prepared to discuss tomorrow with the class.
STUDY FOR QUIZ ON BYZANTINE EMPIRE QUIZ ON BYZANTINE EMPIRE

1) Claim-Evidence-Warrant paragraph on Justinian
- Claim = Emperor Justinian of the Byzantine Empire should/should not have been considered a "New Caesar" because......
- DUE MONDAY

NO SCHOOL


Semester 2, Week 9 (3/19-3/23): Rome & Middle Ages
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1) Finish Attila vs Alexander C.E.W.

2) Ancient Rome Study Guide Review and Exam Update
- Click Here for new and improved Ancient Rome Exam Study Guide
1) Ancient Rome Exam review
Ancient Rome Exam
Colosseum: A Gladiator's Story Colosseum: A Gladiator's Story

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D.J. Kosiba,
Nov 6, 2011, 7:21 PM
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