Day G (Tuesday, September 25)

posted by Carl Stresing

1st Progress Report (5 Weeks) - Friday, October 5

Index: Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, Study Buddies, Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a WHAPer Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 2: Mesopotamian Civilizations Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 2: Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 2: Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  2. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  2. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Read pp. 60-68 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Civilization in the Neolithic Revolution and Bronze Age Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  2. Read pp. 68-71 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Possible Origins of Civilization and the Urban Revolution (Cities) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  3. Read pp. 71-75 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Hierarchies of Class and Gender in Early Civilizations Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  4. Read pp. 75-80 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete State Authority and the Impacts of a Writing System Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  5. Read pp. 80-82 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Interaction with the Environment and Culture Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  6. Read pp. 82-91 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Political and Economics Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  7. Read pp. 92-95 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Epic of Gilgamesh (ca. 2700-2500 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  8. Read pp. 95-97 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Law Code of Hammurabi (ca. 1800 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  9. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  10. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).
  11. Read p. 98 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete A Pyramid Text (2333 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  12. Read pp. 98-99 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Book of the Dead (ca. 1550-1064 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  13. Read pp. 100-102 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Be a Scribe (ca. 2066-1650 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)
  14. Read pp. 180-183 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Zoroastrianism and Judaism Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Read pp. 60-68 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Civilization in the Neolithic Revolution and Bronze Age Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  2. Read pp. 68-71 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Possible Origins of Civilization and the Urban Revolution (Cities) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  3. Read pp. 71-75 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Hierarchies of Class and Gender in Early Civilizations Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  4. Read pp. 75-80 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete State Authority and the Impacts of a Writing System Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  5. Read pp. 80-82 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Interaction with the Environment and Culture Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  6. Read pp. 82-91 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Political and Economics Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  7. Read pp. 92-95 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Epic of Gilgamesh (ca. 2700-2500 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  8. Read pp. 95-97 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Law Code of Hammurabi (ca. 1800 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  9. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  10. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).
  11. Read p. 98 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete A Pyramid Text (2333 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  12. Read pp. 98-99 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Book of the Dead (ca. 1550-1064 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  13. Read pp. 100-102 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Be a Scribe (ca. 2066-1650 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)
  14. Read pp. 180-183 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Zoroastrianism and Judaism Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)

Day F (Monday, September 24)

posted Sep 24, 2018, 9:06 AM by Carl Stresing

1st Progress Report (5 Weeks) - Friday, October 5

Index: Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, Study Buddies, Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a WHAPer Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 2: Mesopotamian Civilizations Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 2: Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 2: Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  2. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  2. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Read pp. 60-68 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Civilization in the Neolithic Revolution and Bronze Age Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  2. Read pp. 68-71 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Possible Origins of Civilization and the Urban Revolution (Cities) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  3. Read pp. 71-75 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Hierarchies of Class and Gender in Early Civilizations Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  4. Read pp. 75-80 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete State Authority and the Impacts of a Writing System Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  5. Read pp. 80-82 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Interaction with the Environment and Culture Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  6. Read pp. 82-91 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Political and Economics Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  7. Read pp. 92-95 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Epic of Gilgamesh (ca. 2700-2500 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  8. Read pp. 95-97 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Law Code of Hammurabi (ca. 1800 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  9. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  10. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).
  11. Read p. 98 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete A Pyramid Text (2333 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  12. Read pp. 98-99 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Book of the Dead (ca. 1550-1064 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  13. Read pp. 100-102 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Be a Scribe (ca. 2066-1650 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)
  14. Read pp. 180-183 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Zoroastrianism and Judaism Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Read pp. 60-68 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Civilization in the Neolithic Revolution and Bronze Age Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  2. Read pp. 68-71 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Possible Origins of Civilization and the Urban Revolution (Cities) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  3. Read pp. 71-75 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Hierarchies of Class and Gender in Early Civilizations Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  4. Read pp. 75-80 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete State Authority and the Impacts of a Writing System Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  5. Read pp. 80-82 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Interaction with the Environment and Culture Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  6. Read pp. 82-91 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Political and Economics Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  7. Read pp. 92-95 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Epic of Gilgamesh (ca. 2700-2500 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  8. Read pp. 95-97 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Law Code of Hammurabi (ca. 1800 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  9. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  10. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).
  11. Read p. 98 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete A Pyramid Text (2333 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  12. Read pp. 98-99 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Book of the Dead (ca. 1550-1064 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  13. Read pp. 100-102 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Be a Scribe (ca. 2066-1650 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)
  14. Read pp. 180-183 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Zoroastrianism and Judaism Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)

Day E (Friday, September 21)

posted Sep 21, 2018, 3:42 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Sep 24, 2018, 9:06 AM ]

1st Progress Report (5 Weeks) - Friday, October 5

Index: Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, Study Buddies, Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a WHAPer Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 2: Mesopotamian Civilizations Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 2: Kingdoms of Ancient Egypt Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 2: Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  2. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  2. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Read pp. 60-68 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Civilization in the Neolithic Revolution and Bronze Age Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  2. Read pp. 68-71 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Possible Origins of Civilization and the Urban Revolution (Cities) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  3. Read pp. 71-75 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Hierarchies of Class and Gender in Early Civilizations Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  4. Read pp. 75-80 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete State Authority and the Impacts of a Writing System Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  5. Read pp. 80-82 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Interaction with the Environment and Culture Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  6. Read pp. 82-91 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Political and Economics Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  7. Read pp. 92-95 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Epic of Gilgamesh (ca. 2700-2500 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  8. Read pp. 95-97 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Law Code of Hammurabi (ca. 1800 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  9. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  10. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).
  11. Read p. 98 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete A Pyramid Text (2333 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  12. Read pp. 98-99 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Book of the Dead (ca. 1550-1064 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  13. Read pp. 100-102 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Be a Scribe (ca. 2066-1650 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)
  14. Read pp. 180-183 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Zoroastrianism and Judaism Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Read pp. 60-68 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Civilization in the Neolithic Revolution and Bronze Age Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  2. Read pp. 68-71 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Possible Origins of Civilization and the Urban Revolution (Cities) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (9/28)
  3. Read pp. 71-75 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Hierarchies of Class and Gender in Early Civilizations Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  4. Read pp. 75-80 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete State Authority and the Impacts of a Writing System Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/1)
  5. Read pp. 80-82 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Interaction with the Environment and Culture Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  6. Read pp. 82-91 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt: Political and Economics Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (10/9)
  7. Read pp. 92-95 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Epic of Gilgamesh (ca. 2700-2500 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  8. Read pp. 95-97 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Law Code of Hammurabi (ca. 1800 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (10/15)
  9. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (10/19).
  10. Unit 2: The Ancient World in the Middle East (3500-450 B.C.E.) Test will be given on Friday (10/19).
  11. Read p. 98 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete A Pyramid Text (2333 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  12. Read pp. 98-99 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Book of the Dead (ca. 1550-1064 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes – Due Friday (10/19)
  13. Read pp. 100-102 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Be a Scribe (ca. 2066-1650 B.C.E.) Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)
  14. Read pp. 180-183 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Zoroastrianism and Judaism Cornell Notes –  Due Monday (10/22)

Day D (Thursday, September 20)

posted Sep 20, 2018, 3:20 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Sep 20, 2018, 6:41 AM ]

Index: Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, Study Buddies, Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a WHAPer Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Day C (Wednesday, September 19)

posted Sep 19, 2018, 3:54 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Sep 19, 2018, 4:02 AM ]

Index: Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, Study Buddies, Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a WHAPer Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Day B (Tuesday, September 18)

posted Sep 18, 2018, 3:56 AM by Carl Stresing

Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, "Study Buddies", Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a "WHAPer" Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Day A (Monday, September 17)

posted Sep 17, 2018, 3:36 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Sep 17, 2018, 4:13 PM ]

Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, "Study Buddies", Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a "WHAPer" Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Google Classroom Invitation Acceptance must be completed by Wednesday (9/19).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Day H (Friday, September 14)

posted Sep 14, 2018, 3:37 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Sep 17, 2018, 4:13 PM ]

Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, "Study Buddies", Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a "WHAPer" Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Day G (Thursday, September 13)

posted Sep 13, 2018, 3:22 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Sep 17, 2018, 4:13 PM ]

Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, "Study Buddies", Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a "WHAPer" Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  2. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Day F (Wednesday, September 12)

posted Sep 12, 2018, 3:40 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Sep 17, 2018, 4:13 PM ]

pre-AP World History students received their graded Summer 2018 Cornell note-taking assignments. In addition, the students received a printed Student Summary Report from Infinite Campus. (Blue class 9/12 and Red class 9/11)

Active Reader Strategies, Audio Pronunciation Guide, Audio Study Guides, CastleLearning.com, Cornell Note-taking System with Student Exemplars, Guided Notes, How to Prepare for an Exam, Jeopardy Regents Review GamesPowerPoint Presentations, Procrastination, Reading Comprehension, Review Books, Review Flash Cards, Review Self-Tests with Student Exemplars, Review VideosSparkNotes Study Guides, "Study Buddies", Textbooks (eBooks), Vocabulary Self-Quizzes, and a "WHAPer" Kids' Zone

Bonus Assignments
All vocabulary self-quizzes are bonus assignments to help students make more mental connections with the curriculum, understand test questions, and have better reading comprehension. The vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the corresponding Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.
  1. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 1: Neolithic Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)

Green – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-3)
  1. Purchase Supplies – 3-ring binder with 3″ capacity, no. 2 pencils, highlighters, color pencils, and black ink pens
  2. Google Chromebook Parental Loan Agreement will need to be completed by Tuesday (9/11).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  4. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC100-4)
  1. Purchase Supplies – 3-ring binder with 3″ capacity, no. 2 pencils, highlighters, color pencils, and black ink pens
  2. Google Chromebook Parental Loan Agreement will need to be completed by Tuesday (9/11).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  4. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Blue – pre-AP World History (SOC140-4)
  1. Purchase Supplies – 3-ring binder with 3″ capacity, no. 2 pencils, highlighters, color pencils, and black ink pens
  2. Google Chromebook Parental Loan Agreement will need to be completed by Monday (9/10)
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  4. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

Red – pre-AP World History (SOC140-3)
  1. Purchase Supplies – 3-ring binder with 3″ capacity, no. 2 pencils, highlighters, color pencils, and black ink pens
  2. Google Chromebook Parental Loan Agreement will need to be completed by Tuesday (9/11).
  3. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (9/21).
  4. Unit 1: Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (9/21).

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