HOMEWORK for Fri. 12/14
- Reading for Quiz no. 13 (Terms/Questions are below)
- Finish your essay prep so you can draft topic sentences, check off with me and get started writing tomorrow!
IN CLASS FRIDAY >> Here is the template to start your essay; save as "1-LnI" where 1=period, Ln=last name, I=first initial
(a copy of prep packet follows the template)
QUIZZES for December (Thur 12/6, Wed 12/12, Fri 12/14)- Terms/Questions:
FEVER MODEL CHART: There will be a CCOT (Change and Continuity Over Time) essay at the end of the French Revolution sub-unit (instead of a test). Your inputs will be responses to Guiding Questions and the following chart, in which you can bullet the high points of each of the revolutions phases. It can help understand these phases by comparing them to a bout of the flu....
CLASSWORK for Wed. 12/12 > Respond to the Guiding Question:
What led France to accept Napoleon, and how did he help heal the country?
...based on the reading for Quizzes 12 and 13, and the following slides:
CLASSWORK for Fri./Block Day 12/7-11 > Respond to the Guiding Question:
Why and how did a struggle for freedom turn into a rule by terror?
...based on the movie, La Revolution Francaise, and the following slides:
CLASSWORK for Wed./Thu. 12/5-6 > Respond to the Guiding Question:
What were the initial accomplishments of the French Revolution,
but what threats to its success lurked in the background?
...based on the reading for Quiz 11 and the following slides (followed by the DOROMAC and the Scavenger Hunt answers):
CLASSWORK for BLOCK DAY 12/3-4 > Respond to the Guiding Question:
What was the state of politics, religion and society in France on the eve of the Revolution?
...based on the following slides:
UNIT 4 part 1 TEST - review material:
1) What unique ideas did Thomas Hobbes contribute to the Enlightenment ????
2) What unique ideas did John Locke contribute to the Enlightenment ????
3) What was Montesquieu's design for the ideal government ????
4) What were the main concerns that Voltaire brought to the Enlightenment ????
5) What unique ideas did Rousseau contribute to the Enlightenment ????
6) What were the Enlightenment ideas championed by Mary Wollstonecraft ????
7) How did the Scientific Revolution lead to the Enlightenment ????
8) How independent were colonial governments, and how were they elected ????
9) How unified were Americans as a group at the start of the 7 Years' War? Name four steps toward closer unification.... ????
10) About what percentage of Americans supported the rebrellion ????
11) What role did France play in the American Revolution ????
12) What are the two key principles of the US Constitution? Define them both... ????
13) What is the Bill of Rights ????
14) Name how three Enlightenment philosophers contributed to the formation of American government ????
ASSIGNED Wed 11/28, DUE Fri 11/30:
CLASS NOTES for Block Day 11/26-27:
CLASSWORK FOR BLOCK DAY 11/19-20: How Revolutionary Was the American Revolution?
- Notes on Lead-up to the Revolution
- Handout with Guiding Question and place to write your response
- Data on characters used to answer the question
- Chart in which to enter characters as they are interviewed
PHILOSOPHERS ON FAKEBOOK
- The doc immediately below has the changes to Step 2 of the assignment, as well as links to other philosopher pages and alternative sources.
- If you are late with getting your own philosopher site up and have lost the original source paper, sources for all 6 philosophers follow the assignment.
CLASSWORK and NOTES for Monday and Tuesday, 11/13-14:
STUDY MATERIALS FOR UNIT 3 EXAM follow...
- Study Guide
- Quiz Questions & Terms
TRIBUNAL PROJECT MATERIALS:
CLASSWORK for Block Day 10/29-30 (will be included in Quiz no. 8 on Friday)
- Slides to help you answer the China GQ
- Slides on European motives for exploration
- Link to a TED Lesson on The Atlantic Slave Trade
IN CLASS Thur.-Fri. 10/25-26, we had a few notes introducing the voyages of Zheng He in Ming Dynasty China. Teams tried to decipher clues as to why China did not go on to discover America (this document follows the slides). Homework for Wed. 10/31 was to completely answer the GQ in the document (If the Chinese were so far ahead of everyone else in naval exploration by 1421, why weren't they the ones to colonize America?)
IN CLASS Mon.-Wed. 10/22-24, we had a few notes on the Renaissance followed by viewing the film, Luther
- Notes follow:
UNIT 2 Test/Quiz study guides
CLASS NOTES FROM Block Day 10/15-16 and Wednesday 10/17:
WORKSHEET AND ARTWORK FOR CLASSWORK on Block Day 10/15-16:
TEAM ACTIVITY FROM CLASS Fri 10/12
- Absentees: ask me about make-up
CLASSWORK from Thur. 10/11
LECTURE & VIDEO from Block Day 10/8-9
- was included on Quiz no. 5
CLASSWORK for Fri. 10/5 - will not be due until Thur. 10/11
- Followed by reading on Footbinding that we shared in class
LECTURE NOTES from Thur 10/4 - need for Quiz no. 4:
UNIT 1 TEST was Wed. 10/3 - Here is Study Guide:
CLASSWORK for FRI. 9/28:
Short lecture + video (link is in notes within PPT; video guide follows)
CLASSWORK FROM WEEK OF 9/24-28 (was due 9/28):
GQ's/Terms for Quiz no. 3:
CLASS WORK FROM WEEK OF 9/17-21:
GQ's/Terms for Quiz no. 2:
CLASS LECTURE FOR BLOCK DAY 9/17-18: Intro to the Axial Age
GQ's/Terms for Quiz no. 1, followed by Classwork for Fri. 9/14 (see for Part 2 of the GQ's/Terms):
CLASSWORK FOR THUR. 9/13 (Due Fri 9/14):
Here is a link to the Iceman Murder Mystery video (above), shown in class on Monday 9/10. The questions to complete are at right.
The following is what you missed in class if you were gone any time from the beginning of school through Wednesday 9/12. When you open up the presentations in Google Slides (use drop down menu under "Open with" at the top, and be patient), be sure you can read the comments below the slides.
Finally, here is the key for the historical timeline (imprinted on our school day) that we put together on Tuesday 9/11: