Day A (Tuesday, May 26) - Day J (Friday, June 5)

posted May 22, 2020, 7:24 PM by Carl Stresing

Google Classroom Classwork

  1. Sign in to your "Google Classroom", and click on the "Classwork" link on the top horizontal menu to access guides notes, review self-tests, bonus vocabulary self-quizzes, and Google Chrome extension links and tutorial videos.
  2. Students must access Google Classroom "Classwork" tab, edit the assignment by opening through Google Docs, type the answers (delete the lines after), change the font color for answers to some other color than black or highlight, and share it electronically when finished.

 

Google Classroom & Chrome Video Tutorials

  1. Google Classroom: How Students Complete Assignments Tutorial (04:32)
  2. How to Upload a Document/Picture/Video to Google Classroom
  3. Google Meet for Families and Students
  4. Read&Write Extension and Video Tutorial (02:45)
  5. Texthelp PDF Reader Extension and Video Tutorial (02:14)

 

Study Resources

Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

 

4th Quarter Infinite Campus Feedback

 

CastleLearning.com Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = 85-100%

P (Proficient) = 84-65%

I (Incomplete) = 64-0% with 1 Opportunity for a Retake

M (Missing) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

Review Self-Test Feedback 

P (Proficient) = Completed and All Directions Followed

I (Incomplete) = Incomplete Assignment Returned to Student for Corrections

M (Missing) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

Bonus Vocabulary Self-Quizzes Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = Completed and All Directions Followed

X (Exempt) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

CastleLearning.com Assignments (Help?)

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for assistance. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together on an assignment.
  3. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com from a smart phone with Wi-Fi or a cellular network and a Chromebook, PC, or Mac connected to the Internet at school, home, or in the local library. However, it is recommended to use a Chromebook, PC, or Mac to complete an assignment on CastleLearning.com.
  4. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com 24-hours a day, 7 days a week
  5. An assignment can be interrupted at any time and continued later.

 

Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

Bonus Regents vocabulary self-quizzes are available through Google Classroom.

  1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  2. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  3. Unit 28: Fundamental Causes of World War II Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  5. Unit 30: Indian Nationalist Movement (1919-1947) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  6. Unit 30: India and Pakistan (1947-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  7. Unit 31: Independence Movements in Sub-Saharan Africa Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  8. Unit 31: Republic of South Africa (1948-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  9. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz

All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.

 

Global History & Geography 10 & AP World History

  1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed on Monday (4/13).
  2. #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Monday (4/13).
    1. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
    2. For students who did not complete the assignment by Monday (4/13), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
  3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (4/17).
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Wednesday (4/22).
  5. #2 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  6. #3 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  7. Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (1900–Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/1).
  8. #4 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  9. #5 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com)  will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  10. Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/15).
  11. #6 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  12. #7 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  13. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/29).
  14. #8 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  15. #9 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.

Day F (Monday, May 18) - Day J (Friday, May 22)

posted May 16, 2020, 6:18 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated May 22, 2020, 7:21 PM ]

Google Classroom Classwork

  1. Sign in to your "Google Classroom", and click on the "Classwork" link on the top horizontal menu to access guides notes, review self-tests, bonus vocabulary self-quizzes, and Google Chrome extension links and tutorial videos.
  2. Students must access Google Classroom "Classwork" tab, edit the assignment by opening through Google Docs, type the answers (delete the lines after), change the font color for answers to some other color than black or highlight, and share it electronically when finished.

 

Google Classroom & Chrome Video Tutorials

  1. Google Classroom: How Students Complete Assignments Tutorial (04:32)
  2. How to Upload a Document/Picture/Video to Google Classroom
  3. Google Meet for Families and Students
  4. Read&Write Extension and Video Tutorial (02:45)
  5. Texthelp PDF Reader Extension and Video Tutorial (02:14)

 

Study Resources

Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

 

4th Quarter Infinite Campus Feedback

 

CastleLearning.com Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = 85-100%

P (Proficient) = 84-65%

I (Incomplete) = 64-0% with 1 Opportunity for a Retake

M (Missing) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

Review Self-Test Feedback 

P (Proficient) = Completed and All Directions Followed

I (Incomplete) = Incomplete Assignment Returned to Student for Corrections

M (Missing) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

Bonus Vocabulary Self-Quizzes Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = Completed and All Directions Followed

X (Exempt) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

CastleLearning.com Assignments (Help?)

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for assistance. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together on an assignment.
  3. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com from a smart phone with Wi-Fi or a cellular network and a Chromebook, PC, or Mac connected to the Internet at school, home, or in the local library. However, it is recommended to use a Chromebook, PC, or Mac to complete an assignment on CastleLearning.com.
  4. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com 24-hours a day, 7 days a week
  5. An assignment can be interrupted at any time and continued later.

 

Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

Bonus Regents vocabulary self-quizzes are available through Google Classroom.

  1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  2. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  3. Unit 28: Fundamental Causes of World War II Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  5. Unit 30: Indian Nationalist Movement (1919-1947) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  6. Unit 30: India and Pakistan (1947-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  7. Unit 31: Independence Movements in Sub-Saharan Africa Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  8. Unit 31: Republic of South Africa (1948-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  9. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz

All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.

 

Global History & Geography 10 (Green SOC200-2, Yellow SOC200-3Blue SOC200-4, and Orange SOC200-5)

  1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed on Monday (4/13).
  2. #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Monday (4/13).
    1. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
    2. For students who did not complete the assignment by Monday (4/13), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
  3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (4/17).
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Wednesday (4/22).
  5. #2 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  6. #3 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  7. Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (1900–Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/1).
  8. #4 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  9. #5 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com)  will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  10. Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/15).
  11. #6 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  12. #7 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  13. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/29).
  14. #8 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  15. #9 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.

 

AP World History (Red SOC240-3)

  1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed on Monday (4/13).
  2. #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Monday (4/13).
    1. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
    2. For students who did not complete the assignment by Monday (4/13), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
  3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (4/17).
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Wednesday (4/22).
  5. #2 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  6. #3 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  7. Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (1900–Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/1).
  8. #4 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  9. #5 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com)  will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  10. Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/15).
  11. #6 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  12. #7 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  13. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/29).
  14. #8 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  15. #9 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  16. Students must understand and learn the Historical Writing Terms and the best writing practices from Mr. Stresing's Writing Workshop: Historical Writing Guide to be able to successfully complete an AP Document-Based Question (DBQ). 

How to Prepare for the 2020 AP World History: Modern Exam


These AP Classroom review assessments are recommended, but NOT required for the 3rd or 4th marking period. 


Students should log into AP Classroom to review and complete review assessments for the AP World History: Modern exam. Unit 7-9 will NOT be covered on the 2019-2020 AP World History exam.


SAQs, LEQs, and DBQs

Unit 1-6 Short-Answer Questions

Unit 1-6 Long Essay Questions

Unit 1-6 Document-Based Questions

 

Review Assessments

Review Assessment 1.1: Developments in East Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.2: Developments in Islam from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.3: Developments in South and Southeast Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.4: State building in the Americas

Review Assessment 1.5: State building in Africa

Review Assessment 1.6: Developments in Europe from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.7: Comparison in the Period from c. 1200 to c. 1450

 

Review Assessment 2.1: The Silk Roads

Review Assessment 2.2: The Mongol Empire and the Making of the Modern World

Review Assessment 2.3: Exchange in the Indian Ocean

Review Assessment 2.4: Trans-Saharan Trade Route

Review Assessment 2.5: Cultural Consequences of Connectivity

Review Assessment 2.6: Environmental Consequences of Connectivity

 

Review Assessment 3.1: Empires Expand

Review Assessment 3.2: Empires - Administration

Review Assessment 3.3: Empires - Belief Systems

Review Assessment 3.4: Comparison in Land-Based Empires

 

Review Assessment 4.1: Technological Innovations from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.2: Exploration - Causes and Events from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.3: Columbian Exchange

Review Assessment 4.4: Maritime Empires are Established

Review Assessment 4.5: Maritime Empires are Maintained and Developed

Review Assessment 4.6: Internal and External Challenges to State Power from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.7: Changing Social Hierarchies from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.8: Continuity and Change from 1450 to 1750

 

Review Assessment 5.1: The Enlightenment

Review Assessment 5.2: Nationalism and Revolutions in the Period from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.3: Industrial Revolution Begins

Review Assessment 5.4: Industrialization Spreads in the Period from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.5: Technology of the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.6: Industrialization - Government's Role from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.7: Economic Developments and Innovations in the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.8: Reactions to the Industrial Economy from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.9: Society and the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.10: Continuity and Change in the Industrial Age

 

Review Assessment 6.1: Rationales for Imperialism from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.2: State Expansion from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.3: Indigenous Responses to State Expansion from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.4: Global Economic Development from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.5: Economic Imperialism from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.6: Causes of Migration in an Interconnected World

Review Assessment 6.7: Effects of Migration

Review Assessment 6.8: Causation in the Imperial Age

 

Progress Checks

Unit 1 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 2 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 3 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 4 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 5 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part C LEQ

 

Unit 6 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

Day A (Monday, April 28) - Day E (Friday, May 15)

posted Apr 28, 2020, 3:44 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated May 7, 2020, 5:15 AM ]

Google Classroom Classwork

  1. Sign in to your "Google Classroom", and click on the "Classwork" link on the top horizontal menu to access guides notes, review self-tests, bonus vocabulary self-quizzes, and Google Chrome extension links and tutorial videos.
  2. Students must access Google Classroom "Classwork" tab, edit the assignment by opening through Google Docs, type the answers (delete the lines after), change the font color for answers to some other color than black or highlight, and share it electronically when finished.

 

Google Classroom & Chrome Video Tutorials

  1. Google Classroom: How Students Complete Assignments Tutorial (04:32)
  2. How to Upload a Document/Picture/Video to Google Classroom
  3. Google Meet for Families and Students
  4. Read&Write Extension and Video Tutorial (02:45)
  5. Texthelp PDF Reader Extension and Video Tutorial (02:14)

 

Study Resources

Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

 

4th Quarter Infinite Campus Feedback

 

CastleLearning.com Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = 85-100%

P (Proficient) = 84-65%

I (Incomplete) = 64-0% with 1 Opportunity for a Retake

M (Missing) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

Review Self-Test Feedback 

P (Proficient) = Completed and All Directions Followed

I (Incomplete) = Incomplete Assignment Returned to Student for Corrections

M (Missing) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

Bonus Vocabulary Self-Quizzes Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = Completed and All Directions Followed

X (Exempt) = No Attempt Made By Student to Complete

 

CastleLearning.com Assignments (Help?)

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for assistance. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together on an assignment.
  3. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com from a smart phone with Wi-Fi or a cellular network and a Chromebook, PC, or Mac connected to the Internet at school, home, or in the local library. However, it is recommended to use a Chromebook, PC, or Mac to complete an assignment on CastleLearning.com.
  4. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com 24-hours a day, 7 days a week
  5. An assignment can be interrupted at any time and continued later.

 

Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

Bonus Regents vocabulary self-quizzes are available through Google Classroom.

  1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  2. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  3. Unit 28: Fundamental Causes of World War II Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  5. Unit 30: Indian Nationalist Movement (1919-1947) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  6. Unit 30: India and Pakistan (1947-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  7. Unit 31: Independence Movements in Sub-Saharan Africa Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  8. Unit 31: Republic of South Africa (1948-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  9. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz

All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.

 

Global History & Geography 10 (Green SOC200-2, Yellow SOC200-3Blue SOC200-4, and Orange SOC200-5)

  1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed on Monday (4/13).
  2. #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Monday (4/13).
    1. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
    2. For students who did not complete the assignment by Monday (4/13), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
  3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (4/17).
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Wednesday (4/22).
  5. #2 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  6. #3 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  7. Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (1900–Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/1).
  8. #4 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  9. #5 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com)  will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  10. Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/15).
  11. #6 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  12. #7 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  13. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/29).
  14. #8 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  15. #9 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.

 

AP World History (Red SOC240-3)

  1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed on Monday (4/13).
  2. #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Monday (4/13).
    1. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
    2. For students who did not complete the assignment by Monday (4/13), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
  3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (4/17).
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Wednesday (4/22).
  5. #2 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  6. #3 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  7. Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (1900–Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/1).
  8. #4 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  9. #5 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com)  will be due on or before Friday (5/8). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  10. Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/15).
  11. #6 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  12. #7 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  13. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/29).
  14. #8 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  15. #9 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3). For students who completed the required assessment, they have one opportunity to “retake” questions answered incorrectly to increase their overall grade to a P or an E.
  16. Students must understand and learn the Historical Writing Terms and the best writing practices from Mr. Stresing's Writing Workshop: Historical Writing Guide to be able to successfully complete an AP Document-Based Question (DBQ). 

How to Prepare for the 2020 AP World History: Modern Exam


These AP Classroom review assessments are recommended, but NOT required for the 3rd or 4th marking period. 


Students should log into AP Classroom to review and complete review assessments for the AP World History: Modern exam. Unit 7-9 will NOT be covered on the 2019-2020 AP World History exam.


SAQs, LEQs, and DBQs

Unit 1-6 Short-Answer Questions

Unit 1-6 Long Essay Questions

Unit 1-6 Document-Based Questions

 

Review Assessments

Review Assessment 1.1: Developments in East Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.2: Developments in Islam from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.3: Developments in South and Southeast Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.4: State building in the Americas

Review Assessment 1.5: State building in Africa

Review Assessment 1.6: Developments in Europe from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.7: Comparison in the Period from c. 1200 to c. 1450

 

Review Assessment 2.1: The Silk Roads

Review Assessment 2.2: The Mongol Empire and the Making of the Modern World

Review Assessment 2.3: Exchange in the Indian Ocean

Review Assessment 2.4: Trans-Saharan Trade Route

Review Assessment 2.5: Cultural Consequences of Connectivity

Review Assessment 2.6: Environmental Consequences of Connectivity

 

Review Assessment 3.1: Empires Expand

Review Assessment 3.2: Empires - Administration

Review Assessment 3.3: Empires - Belief Systems

Review Assessment 3.4: Comparison in Land-Based Empires

 

Review Assessment 4.1: Technological Innovations from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.2: Exploration - Causes and Events from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.3: Columbian Exchange

Review Assessment 4.4: Maritime Empires are Established

Review Assessment 4.5: Maritime Empires are Maintained and Developed

Review Assessment 4.6: Internal and External Challenges to State Power from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.7: Changing Social Hierarchies from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.8: Continuity and Change from 1450 to 1750

 

Review Assessment 5.1: The Enlightenment

Review Assessment 5.2: Nationalism and Revolutions in the Period from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.3: Industrial Revolution Begins

Review Assessment 5.4: Industrialization Spreads in the Period from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.5: Technology of the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.6: Industrialization - Government's Role from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.7: Economic Developments and Innovations in the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.8: Reactions to the Industrial Economy from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.9: Society and the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.10: Continuity and Change in the Industrial Age

 

Review Assessment 6.1: Rationales for Imperialism from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.2: State Expansion from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.3: Indigenous Responses to State Expansion from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.4: Global Economic Development from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.5: Economic Imperialism from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.6: Causes of Migration in an Interconnected World

Review Assessment 6.7: Effects of Migration

Review Assessment 6.8: Causation in the Imperial Age

 

Progress Checks

Unit 1 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 2 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 3 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 4 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 5 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part C LEQ

 

Unit 6 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

Day A (Monday, April 13) - Day J (Friday, April 24)

posted Apr 16, 2020, 7:11 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Apr 23, 2020, 2:32 PM ]

Google Classroom Classwork

  1. Sign in to your "Google Classroom", and click on the "Classwork" link on the top horizontal menu to access guides notes, review self-tests, bonus vocabulary self-quizzes, and Google Chrome extension links and tutorial videos.
  2. Students must access Google Classroom "Classwork" tab, edit the assignment by opening through Google Docs, type the answers (delete the lines after), and share it electronically when finished.

 

Google Classroom & Chrome Video Tutorials

  1. Google Classroom: How Students Complete Assignments Tutorial (04:32)
  2. Google Meet for Families and Students
  3. Read&Write Extension and Video Tutorial (02:45)
  4. Texthelp PDF Reader Extension and Video Tutorial (02:14)

 

Study Resources

Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

 

4th Quarter Infinite Campus Feedback

 

CastleLearning.com Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = 85-100%

P (Proficient) = 84-65%

I (Incomplete) = 64-0% or No Attempt Made By Student

 

Review Self-Test Feedback 

P (Proficient) = Completed Assignment

I (Incomplete) = Incomplete Assignment or No Attempt Made By Student

 

Bonus Vocabulary Self-Quizzes Feedback

E (Exceeds Expectations) = Completed Bonus Assignment

X (Exempt) = No Attempt Made By Student

 

CastleLearning.com Assignments (Help?)

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for assistance. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together on an assignment.
  3. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com from a smart phone with Wi-Fi or a cellular network and a Chromebook, PC, or Mac connected to the Internet at school, home, or in the local library. However, it is recommended to use a Chromebook, PC, or Mac to complete an assignment on CastleLearning.com.
  4. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com 24-hours a day, 7 days a week
  5. An assignment can be interrupted at any time and continued later.

 

Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

Bonus Regents vocabulary self-quizzes are available through Google Classroom.

  1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  2. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  3. Unit 28: Fundamental Causes of World War II Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Vocabulary Self-Quiz 
  5. Unit 30: Indian Nationalist Movement (1919-1947) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  6. Unit 30: India and Pakistan (1947-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  7. Unit 31: Independence Movements in Sub-Saharan Africa Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  8. Unit 31: Republic of South Africa (1948-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz
  9. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Vocabulary Self-Quiz

All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.

 

Global History & Geography 10 (Green SOC200-2, Yellow SOC200-3Blue SOC200-4, and Orange SOC200-5)

  1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed on Monday (4/13).
  2. #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Monday (4/13).
    1. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
    2. For students who did not complete the assignment by Monday (4/13), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
  3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (4/17).
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Wednesday (4/22).
  5. #2 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24).
  6. #3 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24).
  7. Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (1900–Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/1).
  8. #4 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8).
  9. #5 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8).
  10. Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/15).
  11. #6 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20).
  12. #7 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20).
  13. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/29).
  14. #8 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3).
  15. #9 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3).

 

AP World History (Red SOC240-3)

  1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed on Monday (4/13).
  2. #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Monday (4/13).
    1. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
    2. For students who did not complete the assignment by Monday (4/13), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment will be due on or before Friday (4/17).
  3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (4/17).
  4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Wednesday (4/22).
  5. #2 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24).
  6. #3 – Unit 28: Fascism and Nazism & Unit 29: WWII (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (4/24).
  7. Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (1900–Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/1).
  8. #4 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8).
  9. #5 – Unit 30: India, Pakistan, and Myanmar (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Friday (5/8).
  10. Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Saharan Africa (1945-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/15).
  11. #6 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20).
  12. #7 – Unit 31: Decolonization of Sub-Sahara Africa (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (5/20).
  13. Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (1911-Present) Review Self-Test must be turned in through Google Classroom on or before Friday (5/29).
  14. #8 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3).
  15. #9 – Unit 32: People’s Republic of China and Taiwan (CastleLearning.com) will be due on or before Wednesday (6/3).
  16. Students must understand and learn the Historical Writing Terms and the best writing practices from Mr. Stresing's Writing Workshop: Historical Writing Guide to be able to successfully complete an AP Document-Based Question (DBQ). 
  17. These AP Classroom review assessments are recommended, but NOT required for the 3rd or 4th marking period. 

Students should log into AP Classroom to review and complete review assessments for the AP World History: Modern exam. Unit 7-9 will NOT be covered on the 2019-2020 AP World History exam.

 

AP World History Daily Video Lessons

 

SAQs, LEQs, and DBQs

Unit 1-6 Short-Answer Questions

Unit 1-6 Long Essay Questions

Unit 1-6 Document-Based Questions

 

Review Assessments

Review Assessment 1.1: Developments in East Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.2: Developments in Islam from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.3: Developments in South and Southeast Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.4: State building in the Americas

Review Assessment 1.5: State building in Africa

Review Assessment 1.6: Developments in Europe from c. 1200 to c. 1450

Review Assessment 1.7: Comparison in the Period from c. 1200 to c. 1450

 

Review Assessment 2.1: The Silk Roads

Review Assessment 2.2: The Mongol Empire and the Making of the Modern World

Review Assessment 2.3: Exchange in the Indian Ocean

Review Assessment 2.4: Trans-Saharan Trade Route

Review Assessment 2.5: Cultural Consequences of Connectivity

Review Assessment 2.6: Environmental Consequences of Connectivity

 

Review Assessment 3.1: Empires Expand

Review Assessment 3.2: Empires - Administration

Review Assessment 3.3: Empires - Belief Systems

Review Assessment 3.4: Comparison in Land-Based Empires

 

Review Assessment 4.1: Technological Innovations from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.2: Exploration - Causes and Events from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.3: Columbian Exchange

Review Assessment 4.4: Maritime Empires are Established

Review Assessment 4.5: Maritime Empires are Maintained and Developed

Review Assessment 4.6: Internal and External Challenges to State Power from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.7: Changing Social Hierarchies from 1450 to 1750

Review Assessment 4.8: Continuity and Change from 1450 to 1750

 

Review Assessment 5.1: The Enlightenment

Review Assessment 5.2: Nationalism and Revolutions in the Period from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.3: Industrial Revolution Begins

Review Assessment 5.4: Industrialization Spreads in the Period from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.5: Technology of the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.6: Industrialization - Government's Role from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.7: Economic Developments and Innovations in the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.8: Reactions to the Industrial Economy from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 5.9: Society and the Industrial Age

Review Assessment 5.10: Continuity and Change in the Industrial Age

 

Review Assessment 6.1: Rationales for Imperialism from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.2: State Expansion from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.3: Indigenous Responses to State Expansion from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.4: Global Economic Development from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.5: Economic Imperialism from 1750 to 1900

Review Assessment 6.6: Causes of Migration in an Interconnected World

Review Assessment 6.7: Effects of Migration

Review Assessment 6.8: Causation in the Imperial Age

 

Progress Checks

Unit 1 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 2 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 3 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 4 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

 

Unit 5 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part C LEQ

 

Unit 6 Progress Check: MCQ

Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ

Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

Spring Recess

posted Apr 7, 2020, 10:03 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Apr 22, 2020, 12:39 PM ]

Google Classroom Classwork

  1. Sign in to your "Google Classroom", and click on the "Classwork" link on the top horizontal menu to access guides notes, review self-tests, bonus vocabulary self-quizzes, and Google Chrome extension links and tutorial videos.
  2. Students must access Google Classroom "Classwork" tab, edit the assignment by opening through Google Docs, type the answers (delete the lines after), and share it electronically when finished.

Google Classroom & Chrome Video Tutorials

Study Resources

Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

 

CastleLearning.com Assignments (Help?)

  1. CastleLearning.com multiple-choice assignments will NOT be allowed to be completed after the scheduled due time/date. No exceptions! No late credit! 
  2. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for assistance. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  3. Students are NOT allowed to work together on an assignment.
  4. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com from a smart phone with Wi-Fi or a cellular network and a Chromebook, PC, or Mac connected to the Internet at school, home, or in the local library. However, it is recommended to use a Chromebook, PC, or Mac to complete an assignment on CastleLearning.com.
  5. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com 24-hours a day, 7 days a week
  6. An assignment can be interrupted at any time and continued later.

 

Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

As of March 13, vocabulary self-quizzes must be submitted through Google Classroom.

    3rd Quarter
    1. Unit 25: Long-Term and Immediate Causes of the Great War Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
    2. Unit 25: Fronts of the Great War to the Treaty of Versailles Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
    3. Unit 26: House of Romanov (The Last Russian Dynasty) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
    4. Unit 26: Russian Revolutions of 1917 Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
    4th Quarter
    1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
    2. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
    3. Unit 28: Fundamental Causes of World War II Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
    4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (23 Bonus Points)

    All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.

     

    Bonus AP World History Cornell Note-taking Assignments

    Bonus AP World History Cornell note-taking assignments are available to download, print, and complete for either the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd marking period. (10 Bonus Points Each) 

     

    Global History & Geography 10 Green SOC200-2 Yellow SOC200-3  Blue SOC200-4 Orange SOC200-5

      3rd Quarter
      1. For students who have not completed the Unit 25: Great War (1914-1919) Review Self-Test for Friday (2/7), they have the opportunity to submit the assignment through Google Classroom for a grade. The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
      2. Students have to opportunity to “retake” the In-Class Unit 25: Great War (1914-1919) Test from Friday (2/7) through Castlelearning.com. In-Class Test Retake - Unit 25: Great War (1914–1919 C.E.) must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
      3. For students who have not completed the Unit 26: Russian Revolutions (1905-1922) Review Self-Test for Friday (3/6), they have the opportunity to submit the assignment through Google Classroom for a grade. The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
      4. Students have to opportunity to “retake” the In-Class Unit 26: Russian Revolutions (1905-1922) Test from Friday (3/6) through Castlelearning.com. In-Class Test Retake - Unit 26: Russian Revolutions (1905–1922 C.E.) must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
      4th Quarter
      1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed before 7:20 AM on Monday (4/13).
      2. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922–1953).
        1. The assessment was required to be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (3/20).
        2. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/17).
        3. For students who did not complete the assignment by Friday (3/20), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/17).
      3. Students must complete the Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test and submit the assignment through Google ClassroomThe assignment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/17).
      4. Students must complete the Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test through Google ClassroomThe assignment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/22).
      5. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #2– Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945). The assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/24).
      6. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #3 – Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945). The assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/24).


      AP World History (Red SOC240-3)

        3rd Quarter
        1. For students who have not completed the Unit 25: Great War (1914-1919) Review Self-Test for Friday (2/7), they have the opportunity to submit the assignment through Google Classroom for a grade. The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
        2. Students have to opportunity to “retake” the In-Class Unit 25: Great War (1914-1919) Test from Friday (2/7) through Castlelearning.com. In-Class Test Retake - Unit 25: Great War (1914–1919 C.E.) must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
        3. For students who have not completed the Unit 26: Russian Revolutions (1905-1922) Review Self-Test for Friday (3/6), they have the opportunity to submit the assignment through Google Classroom for a grade. The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
        4. Students have to opportunity to “retake” the In-Class Unit 26: Russian Revolutions (1905-1922) Test from Friday (3/6) through Castlelearning.com. In-Class Test Retake - Unit 26: Russian Revolutions (1905–1922 C.E.) must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/15).
        4th Quarter
        1. Students were required to have completed the Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test from Friday (3/13). Students should either email photographs of the completed review self-test to Mr. Stresing or submit the assignment through Google Classroom. Students' should have a photographs for each of the 9 pages to allow them to be read and graded (student photograph example). The assignment must be turned into Google Classroom or emailed before 7:20 AM on Monday (4/13).
        2. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922–1953).
          1. The assessment was required to be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (3/20).
          2. For students who completed the required assessment, they have ability to “retake” questions answered incorrectly for the 1st time to increase their overall grade. The "retake" assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/17).
          3. For students who did not complete the assignment by Friday (3/20), they have another opportunity to complete the assessment for a grade. The "retake" assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/17).
        3. Students must complete the Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test and submit the assignment through Google ClassroomThe assignment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/17).
        4. Students must complete the Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test through Google ClassroomThe assignment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (4/22).
        5. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #2– Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945). The assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/24).
        6. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #3 – Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945). The assessment must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (4/24).
        7. These AP Classroom review assessments are recommended, but NOT required for the 3rd or 4th marking period. 
        Students should log into AP Classroom to review and complete review assessments for the AP World History: Modern exam. Unit 7-9 will NOT be covered on the 2019-2020 AP World History exam.

        AP World History Daily Video Lessons

        SAQs, LEQs, and DBQs
        Unit 1-6 Short-Answer Questions
        Unit 1-6 Long Essay Questions
        Unit 1-6 Document-Based Questions

        Review Assessments
        Review Assessment 1.1: Developments in East Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.2: Developments in Islam from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.3: Developments in South and Southeast Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.4: State building in the Americas
        Review Assessment 1.5: State building in Africa
        Review Assessment 1.6: Developments in Europe from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.7: Comparison in the Period from c. 1200 to c. 1450

        Review Assessment 2.1: The Silk Roads
        Review Assessment 2.2: The Mongol Empire and the Making of the Modern World
        Review Assessment 2.3: Exchange in the Indian Ocean
        Review Assessment 2.4: Trans-Saharan Trade Route
        Review Assessment 2.5: Cultural Consequences of Connectivity
        Review Assessment 2.6: Environmental Consequences of Connectivity

        Review Assessment 3.1: Empires Expand
        Review Assessment 3.2: Empires - Administration
        Review Assessment 3.3: Empires - Belief Systems
        Review Assessment 3.4: Comparison in Land-Based Empires

        Review Assessment 4.1: Technological Innovations from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.2: Exploration - Causes and Events from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.3: Columbian Exchange
        Review Assessment 4.4: Maritime Empires are Established
        Review Assessment 4.5: Maritime Empires are Maintained and Developed
        Review Assessment 4.6: Internal and External Challenges to State Power from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.7: Changing Social Hierarchies from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.8: Continuity and Change from 1450 to 1750

        Review Assessment 5.1: The Enlightenment
        Review Assessment 5.2: Nationalism and Revolutions in the Period from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.3: Industrial Revolution Begins
        Review Assessment 5.4: Industrialization Spreads in the Period from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.5: Technology of the Industrial Age
        Review Assessment 5.6: Industrialization - Government's Role from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.7: Economic Developments and Innovations in the Industrial Age
        Review Assessment 5.8: Reactions to the Industrial Economy from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.9: Society and the Industrial Age
        Review Assessment 5.10: Continuity and Change in the Industrial Age

        Review Assessment 6.1: Rationales for Imperialism from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.2: State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.3: Indigenous Responses to State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.4: Global Economic Development from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.5: Economic Imperialism from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.6: Causes of Migration in an Interconnected World
        Review Assessment 6.7: Effects of Migration
        Review Assessment 6.8: Causation in the Imperial Age

        Progress Checks
        Unit 1 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 2 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 3 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 4 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 5 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ
        Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part C LEQ

        Unit 6 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

        Day E (Friday, March 13) - Day J (Friday, April 3)

        posted Mar 13, 2020, 5:56 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Apr 7, 2020, 12:10 PM ]

        Google Classroom Classwork

        Sign in to your "Google Classroom", and click on the "Classwork" link on the top horizontal menu to access guides notes, review self-tests, bonus vocabulary self-quizzes, and Google Chrome extension links and tutorial videos.


        Due Dates Updated for COVID-19

        Students must access Google Classroom "Classwork" tab, edit the assignment by opening through Google Docs, type the answers (delete the lines after), and share it electronically when finished.


        Google Chrome Extension with Video Tutorials

        Read&Write Extension and Video Tutorial (02:45)
        Texthelp PDF Reader Extension and Video Tutorial (02:14)


        Study Resources

        Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

         

        CastleLearning.com Assignments (Help?)

        1. CastleLearning.com multiple-choice assignments will NOT be allowed to be completed after the scheduled due time/date. No exceptions! No late credit! 
        2. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for assistance. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
        3. Students are NOT allowed to work together on an assignment.
        4. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com from a smart phone with Wi-Fi or a cellular network and a Chromebook, PC, or Mac connected to the Internet at school, home, or in the local library. However, it is recommended to use a Chromebook, PC, or Mac to complete an assignment on CastleLearning.com.
        5. Students will be able to access CastleLearning.com 24-hours a day, 7 days a week
        6. An assignment can be interrupted at any time and continued later.

         

        Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes (Google Classroom)

        All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled "BONUS". 

        1. Unit 25: Long-Term and Immediate Causes of the Great War Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
        2. Unit 25: Fronts of the Great War to the Treaty of Versailles Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
        3. Unit 26: House of Romanov (The Last Russian Dynasty) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
        4. Unit 26: Russian Revolutions of 1917 Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
        5. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
        6. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
        7. Unit 28: Fundamental Causes of World War II Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
        8. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (23 Bonus Points)

        All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.

         

        Bonus AP World History Cornell Note-taking Assignments

        Bonus AP World History Cornell note-taking assignments are available to download, print, and complete for either the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd marking period. (10 Bonus Points Each) 

         

        Green – Global History & Geography 10 (SOC200-2)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        2. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922–1953)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        5. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #2– Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)
        6. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #3 – Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)

         

        Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        2. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922–1953)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        5. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #2– Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)
        6. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #3 – Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)

         

        Blue – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-4)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        2. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922–1953)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        5. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #2– Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)
        6. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #3 – Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)

         

        Orange – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-5)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        2. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922–1953)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        5. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #2– Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)
        6. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #3 – Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)



        Red – AP World History (SOC240-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        2. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #1 – Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922–1953)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        4. Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945) Review Self-Test (Google Classroom)
        5. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #2– Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)
        6. Log into your CastleLearning.com account to complete the #3 – Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) and Unit 29: World War II (1939-1945)

        Red – AP Classroom Review Assessments (SOC240-3)

        Note: Unit 7-9 will NOT be covered on the 2019-2020 AP World History exam. https://myap.collegeboard.org/login


        SAQs, LEQs, and DBQs
        Unit 1-6 Short-Answer Questions
        Unit 1-6 Long Essay Questions
        Unit 1-6 Document-Based Questions

        Review Assessments
        Review Assessment 1.1: Developments in East Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.2: Developments in Islam from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.3: Developments in South and Southeast Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.4: State building in the Americas
        Review Assessment 1.5: State building in Africa
        Review Assessment 1.6: Developments in Europe from c. 1200 to c. 1450
        Review Assessment 1.7: Comparison in the Period from c. 1200 to c. 1450

        Review Assessment 2.1: The Silk Roads
        Review Assessment 2.2: The Mongol Empire and the Making of the Modern World
        Review Assessment 2.3: Exchange in the Indian Ocean
        Review Assessment 2.4: Trans-Saharan Trade Route
        Review Assessment 2.5: Cultural Consequences of Connectivity
        Review Assessment 2.6: Environmental Consequences of Connectivity

        Review Assessment 3.1: Empires Expand
        Review Assessment 3.2: Empires - Administration
        Review Assessment 3.3: Empires - Belief Systems
        Review Assessment 3.4: Comparison in Land-Based Empires

        Review Assessment 4.1: Technological Innovations from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.2: Exploration - Causes and Events from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.3: Columbian Exchange
        Review Assessment 4.4: Maritime Empires are Established
        Review Assessment 4.5: Maritime Empires are Maintained and Developed
        Review Assessment 4.6: Internal and External Challenges to State Power from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.7: Changing Social Hierarchies from 1450 to 1750
        Review Assessment 4.8: Continuity and Change from 1450 to 1750

        Review Assessment 5.1: The Enlightenment
        Review Assessment 5.2: Nationalism and Revolutions in the Period from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.3: Industrial Revolution Begins
        Review Assessment 5.4: Industrialization Spreads in the Period from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.5: Technology of the Industrial Age
        Review Assessment 5.6: Industrialization - Government's Role from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.7: Economic Developments and Innovations in the Industrial Age
        Review Assessment 5.8: Reactions to the Industrial Economy from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 5.9: Society and the Industrial Age
        Review Assessment 5.10: Continuity and Change in the Industrial Age

        Review Assessment 6.1: Rationales for Imperialism from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.2: State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.3: Indigenous Responses to State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.4: Global Economic Development from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.5: Economic Imperialism from 1750 to 1900
        Review Assessment 6.6: Causes of Migration in an Interconnected World
        Review Assessment 6.7: Effects of Migration
        Review Assessment 6.8: Causation in the Imperial Age

        Progress Checks
        Unit 1 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 1 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 2 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 2 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 3 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 3 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 4 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 4 Progress Check: FRQ Part B LEQ

        Unit 5 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ
        Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ Part C LEQ

        Unit 6 Progress Check: MCQ
        Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part A SAQ
        Unit 6 Progress Check: FRQ Part B DBQ

        Day D (Thursday, March 12)

        posted Mar 12, 2020, 3:43 AM by Carl Stresing   [ updated Mar 12, 2020, 4:07 AM ]

        Study Resources

        Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

         

        Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

        All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled "BONUS". 

        1. Unit 25: Long-Term and Immediate Causes of the Great War Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
        2. Unit 25: Fronts of the Great War to the Treaty of Versailles Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
        3. Unit 26: House of Romanov (The Last Russian Dynasty) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
        4. Unit 26: Russian Revolutions of 1917 Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
        5. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
        6. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
        7. Unit 28: Fundamental Causes of World War II Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)

        All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.


        Bonus AP World History Cornell Note-taking Assignments

        Bonus AP World History Cornell note-taking assignments are available to download, print, and complete for either the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd marking period. (10 Bonus Points Each) 

         

        Green – Global History & Geography 10 (SOC200-2)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/27)

         

        Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/27)

         

        Blue – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-4)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/27)


        Orange – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-5)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/27)

        Red – AP World History (SOC240-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Regents-level Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)
        3. Unit 28: Italian Fascism and German Nazism (1919-1939) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/27)

        Day C (Wednesday, March 11)

        posted Mar 11, 2020, 3:26 AM by Carl Stresing

        Study Resources

        Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

         

        Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

        All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled "BONUS". 

        1. Unit 25: Long-Term and Immediate Causes of the Great War Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
        2. Unit 25: Fronts of the Great War to the Treaty of Versailles Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
        3. Unit 26: House of Romanov (The Last Russian Dynasty) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
        4. Unit 26: Russian Revolutions of 1917 Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
        5. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)

        All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.


        Bonus AP World History Cornell Note-taking Assignments

        Bonus AP World History Cornell note-taking assignments are available to download, print, and complete for either the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd marking period. (10 Bonus Points Each) 

         

        Green – Global History & Geography 10 (SOC200-2)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

         

        Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

         

        Blue – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-4)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)


        Orange – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-5)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

        Red – AP World History (SOC240-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Regents-level Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

        Day B (Tuesday, March 10)

        posted Mar 11, 2020, 3:25 AM by Carl Stresing

        Study Resources

        Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

         

        Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

        All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled "BONUS". 

        1. Unit 25: Long-Term and Immediate Causes of the Great War Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
        2. Unit 25: Fronts of the Great War to the Treaty of Versailles Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
        3. Unit 26: House of Romanov (The Last Russian Dynasty) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
        4. Unit 26: Russian Revolutions of 1917 Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
        5. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)

        All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.


        Bonus AP World History Cornell Note-taking Assignments

        Bonus AP World History Cornell note-taking assignments are available to download, print, and complete for either the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd marking period. (10 Bonus Points Each) 

         

        Green – Global History & Geography 10 (SOC200-2)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

         

        Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

         

        Blue – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-4)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)


        Orange – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-5)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

        Red – AP World History (SOC240-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Regents-level Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

        Day A (Monday, March 9)

        posted Mar 11, 2020, 3:25 AM by Carl Stresing

        Study Resources

        Students have access to these online study resources for Global History and Geography and AP World History.

         

        Bonus Regents Vocabulary Self-Quizzes

        All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled "BONUS". 

        1. Unit 25: Long-Term and Immediate Causes of the Great War Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
        2. Unit 25: Fronts of the Great War to the Treaty of Versailles Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
        3. Unit 26: House of Romanov (The Last Russian Dynasty) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
        4. Unit 26: Russian Revolutions of 1917 Vocabulary Self-Quiz (17 Bonus Points)
        5. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)

        All vocabulary self-quizzes are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If a student completed a vocabulary self-quiz, it will be 0 "Pts" and your "Score" will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the vocabulary self-quiz. A zero (0) on a vocabulary self-quiz does NOT impact a student's marking period grade.


        Bonus AP World History Cornell Note-taking Assignments

        Bonus AP World History Cornell note-taking assignments are available to download, print, and complete for either the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd marking period. (10 Bonus Points Each) 

         

        Green – Global History & Geography 10 (SOC200-2)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

         

        Yellow – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-3)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

         

        Blue – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-4)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)


        Orange – Global History & Geography 9 (SOC200-5)

        1. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        2. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

        Red – AP World History (SOC240-3)

        1. Read pp.1173-1181 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Voices of Global Feminism Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (3/10)
        2. Read pp.1182-1187 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Experiencing Globalization Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (3/10)
        3. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (3/13)
        4. Unit 27: Stalinist Russia (1922-1953) Regents-level Test will be administered on Friday (3/13)

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