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Unit #4 Old Agenda

Fall 2011

12/2/11:  Do Now:  Final preparations for debate:  Put casebook in order, look over individual arguments.  Who will give the introduction and conclusion?

1:30  Begin debate

After debate:  follow-up discussion, evaluation
Religions of the world DVD
Current Events

For Homework:  Last call for revisions on research paper (or anything else for that matter).

12/1/11: 

1.  Notes on Islam, Iraq War
2.  Prepare, Practice arguments for debate
        Note:  All students must have 10 points prepared and neatly written by the end of class


11/30/11  Do Now:  Find notebooks and folders.  Look over my comments on your research papers.

1.  Advice on final drafts of research papers.  (10 min)
2.  Computer lab:  Final drafts of research papers  1:30-2:05
3.  Special investigation  (
2:05-2:10)
4.  Work on individual debate arguments.  Type case book outlines.  Print and turn in. (2:10-2:45)

11/29/11: 
Do Now:  As always, find your notebook, open and date it.

1.  Work on debate.  Determine individual roles.  Work on individual arguments. (40 minutes)
2.  Notes on Islam (20 min)  background for debate
3.  DVD: Religions of the World (20 min) 
background for debate

11/28/11: 
Do Now:  As always, find your notebook, open and date it.

1.  Introduce Debate or Museum project.  Details are attached below.

Debate:  Team 1:  Travis, Dani, Charlie, Ty
                Team 2:  Austin, Reed, Grant, Mike
Coin toss will determine who is affirmative/negative

2.  Begin reading "Islam: Not in my backyard,"  Discuss
3.  Continue reading article individually  (iPod test #2)
4.  Groups meet, determine roles
5.  Notes on Islamic Art, Islam, Iraq War (20 minutes)
6.  DVD Islam:  Prediction questions, video
7.  For homework:  work on debate, finish questions if necessary


11/22/11:  Do Now:  Get out the materials you need to write your endnotes.  Check out Austin's Pericles Poster.  Last call for revisions to the Pericles poster is Monday Nov. 28, 2011.

1.  Write 2 end notes for your paper on the lined paper (see attachment below). 
  • Choose one from either West's Encyclopedia, Our Oriental Heritage, or the Textbook
  • Write a normal endnote
  • Then write a "subsequent" end note, meaning the form you will you each time you refer to this book after the first time.
  • These two notes must be done perfectly before you go to the computers today.
  • When you finish, have me check it.  If they are correct, then help others.  Answer their questions--don't do it for them.   
2.  Update on projects / Notes on Islam

3.  2:00 - 2:45  Computer lab

4.  Homework:  Check PowerSchool Look for any incomplete grades.



11/21/11  Do now:  Review rules:  New look, old style
We will still read, write, and take notes, quizzes, and tests in class.  See below (Old business, new business).

Today's agenda:

1.  The iPod test (one of two):  Map of Islam  (20 minutes)
2.  Introduce projects for next week. (10 minutes)
  •     turn in a notecard at the end of class with your choice
3.  Work on endnotes  (20 minutes)
4.  Choice
  • Video:  Religions of the World--Islam (20 minutes) or
  • Notes on Islamic Art, Iraq War, etc.


Write an endnote for one fact in your paper--something I have marked with a star:

What would it look like the second time you used it?



Old business:
  • Finish Pericles projects
  • Finish research papers
    • add endnotes
    • edit for grammar and style
    • 2 more visits to the computer lab (next: tomorrow, 45 minutes)
New business:

Choose a project--we will work on it 1/2 of each day next week and present it on Friday:

 Debate or museum exhibit
   
Debate: 
  • 9/11 Mosque
  • War in Iraq
  • War in Afghanistan
    Museum Exhibit:
  • Islamic Art
  • Golden Age of Islam


11/18/11 
Do Now:  As always, find your notebook, open and date it.  Take the new UpFront Magazine and flip through it.  Write a few lines about what you have read.

1.  Review the Room 219 Code (Classroom rules)

2.  Earn your Jolly Rancher: 
    5 minutes--individuals make notes on quizzes
    10 minutes--2 groups:  come up with one perfect quiz paper--at least one answer written in each member's handwriting, paragraphs included.

3.  Choose a project:  Debate or museum exhibit
    Debate: 
  • 9/11 Mosque
  • War in Iraq
    • Were we right to invade, or
    • What should we do now?
  • War in Afghanistan
    Museum Exhibit:
  • Islamic Art
  • Golden Age of Islam
4.  For Homework:  Have you done these assignments?
  • Blue Book, Read Chapter 11, Section 2 Answer questions 3, 4, 6
  • Maroon Book:  Read Chapter 18, page 123, Answer questions 1-4 on p. 123
  • For Homework:  Blue Book:  Read Chapter 11, Section 1, Answer questions 1, 2, 4, and 6
  • Maroon Book:  Read Chapter 18, p. 122, answer questions 1-4

11/17/11  Do Now:  Good news, we start (almost) with a group activity.  Bad news:  we still have to finish the research paper.

Hammurabi's
Room 219 Code: 
  1. Look it over individually, add details (5 minutes)
  2. Share in groups (5 minutes)

     Leigh-Anne
    Travis
    Michael
     Dani
    Ty Grant
    Charlie
    Reed
    Austin

  3. Choose one person to report out highlights (5 minutes)
2.  Research papers--individual work--add content
  • prepare for computer lab tomorrow
  • try to complete the content of your paper--then we will move on to the last steps:
  • improving the writing
  • adding endnotes
3.  Computer Lab  2:00-2:45


11/16/11  Do Now:  As always, find your notebook, open and date it.  Take the new UpFront Magazine and flip through it.  Write a few lines about what you have read.

1.  Guest speaker
2.  Research papers--individual work--add content
  • prepare for computer lab tomorrow
  • try to complete the content of your paper--then we will move on to the last steps:
  • improving the writing
  • adding endnotes
3.  Homework Quiz/Begin tonight's homework
4.  Question:  Should a mosque be built near Ground Zero?
5.  Read:  "Not in my backyard..." 


11/15/11

1.  Homework Quiz
2.  Work on research papers
3.  Notes on Islam
4.  Read Ground Zero Mosque
5.  For Homework:  Blue Book, Read Chapter 11, Section 2 Answer questions 3, 4, 6
Maroon Book:  Read Chapter 18, page 123, Answer questions 1-4 on p. 123

11/14/11  Do Now:  In your journal...  What do you know about...
  • Islam
  • 9/11
  • War in Iraq
  • War in Afghanistan
1.  Return Homework, review expectations: quizzes, Pericles, Research Papers, Test
2.  Quiet work time (30 minutes) Work on, in this order:
  • Pericles
  • Missing quizzes, tests
  • Research papers
3.  Notes on Islam
3a.  Read:  Ground Zero Mosque
4.  Video:  Roman City
5.  For Homework:  Blue Book:  Read Chapter 11, Section 1, Answer questions 1, 2, 4, and 6
Maroon Book:  Read Chapter 18, p. 122, answer questions 1-4

Read UpFront Magazine: 


Spring 2011:  5/3/11 

1.  Islam Test  (Block 1, 30 min, Block 2, TBD)
2.  Mosque Debate
3.  Block 2 Introduce The Illuminator
4.  For HW Block 2 Read text "New heresies" p. 231 plus The Illuminator prologue, pp. 1-6

Schedule for The Illuminator

Finish Chapter 8, p. 103 for Monday, May 9
Finish Chapter 15, p. 207 for Monday, May 16
Finish Chapter 23, p. 300 for Monday, May 23
Finish the book, p. 402 for Friday, May 27


5/2/11  Do now:  More funny animals.  Journal:  Which animals represent which figures in history?

1. 10 minutes--practice test  Actual test:  Tuesday 5/3
2.  Mosque debate
3.  Eastern Europe map

4/29/11  Do Now: Last 2 minutes of video--answer question 5

1. 10 minutes--practice test  Actual test:  Tuesday 5/3
1.  (Block 1)  Why are there students from Bosnia at Spaulding?
2. 
9/11 Mosque--Mini Debate (begin)
3.  Map:  Eastern Europe
4.  (Block 1)  Read:  "Islam:  Not in my backyard"  Write out 4 points of interest from the article.
5.  Current Events

4/28/11 Do Now:  10 minutes--practice test  Actual test:  Tuesday 5/3

1.  Why are there students from Bosnia at Spaulding?
2.  Video:  The Siege of Constantinople
3.  Map:  Eastern Europe
4.  9/11 Mosque--Mini Debate (begin)
5.  Read:  "Islam:  Not in my backyard"  Write out 4 points of interest from the article.

4/27/11  Do Now:  10 minutes--practice test  

1.  Block 2  review homework
2.  Finish Islamic Arts
3.  9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan
4.  Why are there students from Bosnia at Spaulding?
5.  Video:  The Siege of Constantinople
6.  Map:  Eastern Europe


4/26/11  Do Now:  Read Death penalty article and answer the quiz questions in your journal.
1.  Check/Review Homework
2.  Present Islamic civilization
3.  Interactive discussion: Islamic Arts 
4.  Block 2 For HW:  Read Ch 11:5, answer question 6

4/25/11  Do Now:  UpFront Magazine  Flip through the new edition.  Do not read the death penalty article.  We will all read it tomorrow.  Read something that interests you.  Write a few lines of reflection.   Also:

True or false:   Leroy Preston, Grammy winner and founding member of Asleep at the Wheel and author of the hits heard here, was a graduate of Spaulding High School, class of 1967.

1.  Finish notes on Islam
1a. Return HW
2.  Finish presentations on Islamic civilization
3.  For Homework:  Read Chapter 11, Section 3
        Block 1:  Answer ques. 3-4 p. 272
        Block 2:  Answer ques. 5-6 p. 272

4/15/11 

1.  Review Homework
2.  Finish Map
3.  Finish interactive discussion of the early history of Islam
4.  Islamic Civilization

  1. Assign groups
  2. Read stories silently, individually
  3. Groups:  Discuss stories, put on posters using 10 or fewer words
  4. Regroup, tell stories, take brief notes

Topics:

  • Jannissaries
  • Assassin
  • The Hajj
  • Women and Islam
  • The Arabs and Coffee
  • Sinbad the Sailor

 

5.  Current Events
6.  Homework--choice of one of the following:

  1. 50 page paper in which you compare and contrast the Old Testament and the Qur'an, or
  2. Nothing

4/14/11  Do Now:  In your journal...  What do you know about...

  • 9/11
  • Iraq
  • Afghanistan


1.  Islam video
2.  Interactive discussion
3.  Map
4.  For HW:  Read 11:2, answers to q. 6, 7  OR
Find an example of Shar'iah law in the news.  (Islamic law)  OR
Find out what the Kaaba was before the time of Islam.

Tanner's question: 

Essay:  In an essay, explain the context* of  Pericles Funeral Oration and summarize the values he admired in ancient Athens.  Use those values to either support or oppose the US war in Afghanistan.

     *Context means setting.  When, where and why did he give the speech?  In one or two sentences, tell what it was about.

Gabby's question:

Essay:  Explain the context* of  Pericles Funeral Oration. Choose two things he admired about Athens and apply them to the United States today.  To what extent are American values similar to or different from ancient Greek values?

     *Context means setting.  When, where and why did he give the speech?  In one or two sentences, tell what it was about.

4/13/11

1.  Theodosius--assessment
2.  Finish Religions chart
3.  Introduce Islam

  • video?
  • notes?
  • map?

 

 

4/12/11  Do now:  Watch video:  Is this funny?  Why or why not?

1.  Conclude "The Year One"
2.  Prep for final assessment tomorrow
3.  Introduce Unit #4:  The Middle East and Islam
4.  For Homework:  Read "Theodosius the Great"

4/11/11:  Do now:  review reasons why the Roman Empire collapsed (p. 151).  List them in your journal

  1. Military
  2. Political
  3. Economic
  4. Social
  5. But...

And... does the US need to worry about any of these things today?

1.  Return Tests:  For extra credit--answer questions you did not do and/or the ones you got completely wrong.  Must be turned in by Friday
1a. Continue "The Year One"
2.  For Homework, both blocks, writing on "The Year One"--Write a question that calls for an inference (see the example questions on the handout).  Answer the question in a thoughtful paragraph.

4/8/11:

 

1.  Block One:  Chapter 6 Practice Quiz

Block Two:  Chapter 6 Test (for real, from memory, no notes)

 

2.  Finish Rome video

 

3.  Current Events

 

4.  No HW

 

 

4/7/11:  Check out the bull "fight" pictures.  What is Rome like today?  Comment on either one in your journal.

1.  Practice quiz
2.  Continue Year One

3.  For Homework:  Study for Chapter 6 Test
    

4/6/11:  Do Now:  Gladiator--watch video clip.  Is our entertainment any better or worse today?  Why?

1.  Review 6:5
2.  Practice quiz:  How many can you do in 10 minutes?
3.  The Year One--continued
4.  Rome video (for real this time!)

4/5/11:  Do Now:  UpFront Magazine:  Read "Disaster in Japan," pp. 6-7.  Answer one of the following questions in your journal:

  • Why is it likely that the price of gas will continue to rise in the US (2 reasons)?
  • Do you agree with Sen. Lieberman that the US should "put the brakes on" starting new nuclear power plants?
  • What should California and other places where earthquakes are common be doing to prepare?

1.  Review textbook  pp. 144-148.

  • Discuss V, !, ?
  • Review short answers
  • Practice quiz

2. Rome:  The Year One--pre-reading

Continue Rome video, but first:
        Etch-a-Sketch

For HW:  Chapter 6:5
Block 1:  Answer q. 1-5
Block 2:  In a paragraph:  answer essential question:  Why do empires and countries rise and fall?


4/4/11:  Do Now:  UpFront Magazine:  Read "The Ethicist" and write a reflection in your journal:  How is this connected to what we have been studying in class?  Read something else of your choice and write a reflection in a few sentences.

Happy Birthday Alison!

1.  Continue study of Rome: 

                    Essential Questions:

  1. Why do empires and countries rise and fall?
  2. Which is more important:  freedom or security?
  3. How do non-western principles differ from western principles?

2.  Chapter 6:4  Read pp. 144-145
        Identify 5 terms on cards, plus five terms from previous sections
        Practice terms
        Be able to answer Short Answers 8-10:

  • In Christianity, what ideas are “rooted in the Jewish tradition?” 
  • What new beliefs did Jesus preach?
  • What ideas did Jesus reject?

3.  Continue Rome video, but first:
        Etch-a-Sketch

4.  For HW (both blocks):  Read 6:4, 145-148.  Use sticky notes: V, !, ?

V- vocabulary that you don't understand
!-Hunh!  Something interesting, unusual, or that you didn't know before
?-Hmmm... A question that you have about the reading.  Not a factual question, but an "I wonder" question


4/1/11:  Do now:  On The Simpsons, what April fool did Bart play on Homer which put Homer into a coma?


1.  Block One:  8:15-9:00  Library
1.  Block Two:  Discuss Pericles essays
2.  Write Pericles essays
3.  Rome video and/or current events

3/31/11

1.  (Do Now)  Read 6:3,  enter terms on practice sheet

  1. aqueduct 6:3
  2. realism
  3. dome 
  4. Galen
  1. What practical skills did the Romans develop?
  2. What was the most important contribution made by a Hellenistic scientist?  Defend your choice.
  3. What are two of the common principles of Roman Law?



2.  Conclude Pericles
3.  Rome Video
4.  For Homework:  Prepare to write Pericles essay tomorrow

3/30/11 

1.  10 minutes Final prep on Pericles
2.  Pericles presentations
3.  Rome video
4.  For homework:  Final draft of papers

3/29/11

  1. Stern warning on group work
  2. 45 minutes Pericles--present poster tomorrow, Wednesday
  3. 45 minutes library-- final draft Thursday


3/28/11

1.  6:2 Practice
2.  Pericles Funeral Oration
3.  Rome Film
4.  For Homework:   Work on research papers
Tomorrow:  45 min  in library


3/25/11   Do Now:  What does my tie have to do with class?

1.  Practice 6:1
2.  Stoicism (Block 1)
3.  Begin Pericles Funeral Oration
4.  For HW:  Read Chap 6, Section 1--study for practice quiz
    Block 1:  answer ques 1,3,4 on p. 134
    Block 2:  answer ques 5, 6 on p. 134


3/24/11  Do Now:  Study for ID / short answer test

1.  Part I of Unit Test
2.  Finish application of Aristotelian Ethics
2a. Stoicism
3.  Begin Pericles Funeral Oration
4.  For HW:  Read Chap 6, Section 1--study for practice quiz
    Block 1:  answer ques 1,3,4 on p. 134
    Block 2:  answer ques 5, 6 on p. 134

3/23/11  Do Now:  Watch the slides and choose your favorite house style.  Explain your choice in your journal.

1.  Review Chap 5 terms
2.  Return HW
3.  Aristotle--character traits
4.  Application
5.  For homework:  study terms for Part I of Unit Test tomorrow

3/22/11:  Do now:  Why is Easter when it is?
Block One:  1.  Computer lab
    2.  Finish Greek Architecture
Block Two:  1.  Greek Architecture
    2.  Review Chap 5
    3.  Library
For Homework (both blocks):  Research paper due tomorrow.

3/21/11:  Do Now:  Get a load of this video clip...  Also:  Open a book to Chapter 5, Also:
    How many hours of daylight do they have today:
        a. at the North Pole
        b. at the South Pole
        c. on the Equator
        d. in Barre, Vermont
    `   e. in Sydney, Australia
1.  Review Chap 5 IDs
1.1  Buddhist Presentations
1a.  Return HW
2.  Greek Architecture
3.  Greece: Video


3/18/11:  Do Now:  Listen to this while you get out your homework and a book and write about how history will help you to have a better weekend.




3/17/11:  Do Now:  Get a load of this video clip...

What did St. Patrick do?

1.  Review HW, Practice Quiz
1a. (Block 2) Review papers
2.  Pre-read Trojan War
3.  Read/Write Trojan War
3a. Greek Revival Architecture
4.  Video: Lost Civilizations Greece
5.  HW for Friday:  Read Chap 5: Section 4, Prep for practice quiz
Block 1:  Answer ques 2-5, p. 121
Block 2:  Answer ques 6-7, p. 121

3/16/11:  Do Now:  Get a load of this video clip...

1.  Read 5:2 (selections) for practice quiz
2.  Pre-read Trojan War
3.  Read/Write Trojan War
4.  Video: Lost Civilizations Greece
5.  For HW:  Read Chap 5: Section 3, Prep for practice quiz
Block 1:  Answer ques 2-5, p. 116
Block 2:  Answer ques 6-7, p. 116

For HW Friday:  Read Chap 5: Section 4, Prep for practice quiz
Block 1:  Answer ques 2-5, p. 121
Block 2:  Answer ques 6-7, p. 121


3/15/11  Do Now:  Practice quiz


Block 1:  Buddhism presentations

Block 2:  Corrections on tests: 
    Answer all IDs and short answers which you did not answer or got completely wrong the first time.
    Due Friday.  No extra credit after Friday.
Review Ch 5:1
Finish Buddhism presentations
Greece Map
Work on research papers
For Homework:  Finish research papers.  See expectations.

3/14/11:  Do now?   What do the Barre Post Office, a Nautilus shell, and the Wizard of Oz have in common?

 

 

4/27/11  Do Now:  10 minutes--practice test

1.  Block 2  review homework
2.  Finish Islamic Arts
3.  9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan
4.  Why are there students from Bosnia at Spaulding?
5.  Video:  The Siege of Constantinople
6.  Map:  Eastern Europe


4/26/11  Do Now:  Read Death penalty article and answer the quiz questions in your journal.
1.  Check/Review Homework
2.  Present Islamic civilization
3.  Interactive discussion: Islamic Arts 
4.  Block 2 For HW:  Read Ch 11:5, answer question 6

4/25/11  Do Now:  UpFront Magazine  Flip through the new edition.  Do not read the death penalty article.  We will all read it tomorrow.  Read something that interests you.  Write a few lines of reflection.   Also:

True or false:   Leroy Preston, Grammy winner and founding member of Asleep at the Wheel and author of the hits heard here, was a graduate of Spaulding High School, class of 1967.

1.  Finish notes on Islam
1a. Return HW
2.  Finish presentations on Islamic civilization
3.  For Homework:  Read Chapter 11, Section 3
        Block 1:  Answer ques. 3-4 p. 272
        Block 2:  Answer ques. 5-6 p. 272

4/15/11 

1.  Review Homework
2.  Finish Map
3.  Finish interactive discussion of the early history of Islam
4.  Islamic Civilization

  1. Assign groups
  2. Read stories silently, individually
  3. Groups:  Discuss stories, put on posters using 10 or fewer words
  4. Regroup, tell stories, take brief notes

Topics:

  • Jannissaries
  • Assassin
  • The Hajj
  • Women and Islam
  • The Arabs and Coffee
  • Sinbad the Sailor

 

5.  Current Events
6.  Homework--choice of one of the following:

  1. 50 page paper in which you compare and contrast the Old Testament and the Qur'an, or
  2. Nothing

4/14/11  Do Now:  In your journal...  What do you know about...

  • 9/11
  • Iraq
  • Afghanistan


1.  Islam video
2.  Interactive discussion
3.  Map
4.  For HW:  Read 11:2, answers to q. 6, 7  OR
Find an example of Shar'iah law in the news.  (Islamic law)  OR
Find out what the Kaaba was before the time of Islam.

Tanner's question: 

Essay:  In an essay, explain the context* of  Pericles Funeral Oration and summarize the values he admired in ancient Athens.  Use those values to either support or oppose the US war in Afghanistan.

     *Context means setting.  When, where and why did he give the speech?  In one or two sentences, tell what it was about.

Gabby's question:

Essay:  Explain the context* of  Pericles Funeral Oration. Choose two things he admired about Athens and apply them to the United States today.  To what extent are American values similar to or different from ancient Greek values?

     *Context means setting.  When, where and why did he give the speech?  In one or two sentences, tell what it was about.

4/13/11

1.  Theodosius--assessment
2.  Finish Religions chart
3.  Introduce Islam

  • video?
  • notes?
  • map?

 

 
4/27/11  Do Now:  10 minutes--practice test

1.  Block 2  review homework
2.  Finish Islamic Arts
3.  9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan
4.  Why are there students from Bosnia at Spaulding?
5.  Video:  The Siege of Constantinople
6.  Map:  Eastern Europe


4/26/11  Do Now:  Read Death penalty article and answer the quiz questions in your journal.
1.  Check/Review Homework
2.  Present Islamic civilization
3.  Interactive discussion: Islamic Arts 
4.  Block 2 For HW:  Read Ch 11:5, answer question 6

4/25/11  Do Now:  UpFront Magazine  Flip through the new edition.  Do not read the death penalty article.  We will all read it tomorrow.  Read something that interests you.  Write a few lines of reflection.   Also:

True or false:   Leroy Preston, Grammy winner and founding member of Asleep at the Wheel and author of the hits heard here, was a graduate of Spaulding High School, class of 1967.

1.  Finish notes on Islam
1a. Return HW
2.  Finish presentations on Islamic civilization
3.  For Homework:  Read Chapter 11, Section 3
        Block 1:  Answer ques. 3-4 p. 272
        Block 2:  Answer ques. 5-6 p. 272

4/15/11 

1.  Review Homework
2.  Finish Map
3.  Finish interactive discussion of the early history of Islam
4.  Islamic Civilization
  1. Assign groups
  2. Read stories silently, individually
  3. Groups:  Discuss stories, put on posters using 10 or fewer words
  4. Regroup, tell stories, take brief notes
Topics:
  • Jannissaries
  • Assassin
  • The Hajj
  • Women and Islam
  • The Arabs and Coffee
  • Sinbad the Sailor


5.  Current Events
6.  Homework--choice of one of the following:

  1. 50 page paper in which you compare and contrast the Old Testament and the Qur'an, or
  2. Nothing
4/14/11  Do Now:  In your journal...  What do you know about...
  • 9/11
  • Iraq
  • Afghanistan

1.  Islam video
2.  Interactive discussion
3.  Map
4.  For HW:  Read 11:2, answers to q. 6, 7  OR
Find an example of Shar'iah law in the news.  (Islamic law)  OR
Find out what the Kaaba was before the time of Islam.

Tanner's question: 

Essay:  In an essay, explain the context* of  Pericles Funeral Oration and summarize the values he admired in ancient Athens.  Use those values to either support or oppose the US war in Afghanistan.

     *Context means setting.  When, where and why did he give the speech?  In one or two sentences, tell what it was about.

Gabby's question:

Essay:  Explain the context* of  Pericles Funeral Oration. Choose two things he admired about Athens and apply them to the United States today.  To what extent are American values similar to or different from ancient Greek values?

     *Context means setting.  When, where and why did he give the speech?  In one or two sentences, tell what it was about.

4/13/11

1.  Theodosius--assessment
2.  Finish Religions chart
3.  Introduce Islam
  • video?
  • notes?
  • map?
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