2nd Quarter

 

 

11/4-11/8 3.4 The Enlightenment

11/4  Work on Enlightenment thinkers chart--not graded assignment but used for "Twitter" rest of week

11/5  Enlightened Thinkers "Salon" research--what did they believe?  See Google Classroom

11/6    Google Classroom--1) submit Enlightened Thinkers slides;  2)work on 21st Century/Enlightened Thinker Tweets (due Friday AM)

11/7  Enlightened Thinkers "Twitter" debate--Google Classroom

11/8  Thinkers react to 21st Century issues



11/11-11/15  Revolution Overview  --each Revolution will be briefly introduced and students are then in charge of finding information in the book or online to complete the Revolution Chart--all 8 parts are due by Friday 11/22 and should be checked off daily as they are finished, NOT turned in together at the end

11/11  No School

11/12 1.5 1)Sci. Revolution

11/13  3.3 2)Glorious Revolution; 3.5  3)Amer. Rev.

11/14  4.1 4)Indust. Rev

11/15   5.1 5)Europe 1830-48 (2 rows b/c of detail needed); Planner check 114/-11/5




11/18-11/22

11/18 7.4 6)Russian Revolutions--2 different revolutions in different years

11/19 5.2 &8.1 7)Latin America (2 rows/multiple revolutions)

11/20 3.6-3.7 French Revolution

11/21 French Revolution: 3 estate line-up;  Notes:  1st Estate-Clergy;  2nd Estate—Nobility; 3rd Estate—others—Bourgeoisie, Artisans, working class, peasants:  

French Revolution research/thesis: Causes of French Revolution—summarize definitions Political, Economic, Social/Cultural.  Find (3) quotes of each in the reading on pages 190-198 (3.6) (Due Wed 11/26)

11/22  ​Rev. Chart Due--all revolutions Due



11/25-11/29 French Revolution 3.6-3.7

11/25 French Rev--non-textbook research--find additional " " for Pol/Econ/Soc-Cult (1 for each, total of 12 "" with parenthetical citations) (Due Wed 11/26) ;

11/26 Thesis writing for French Rev.  Identify main cause of the Revolution and write a thesis supporting that.  Due Today--11/26 w/ cause research.  Note--FR Thesis attached to cause evidence "" from above. Thesis format

11/27  Introduce revolution list.  FR research/thesis due

11/28 No School

11/29 No School



12/2-12/6

12/2  Revolution research  Directions  +  Expanded rubric  See Google classroom to get copies of the rubric & graphic organizer

12/3 Revolution research Graphic Organizer

12/4  Revolution research

12/5 Revolution research Graphic Organizer due

12/6 Revolution Project/paper-- Bibliography can be printed from Noodle Tools & must be turned in with paper.  


12/9-12/13  All work due on Friday 12/15

12/9 Revolution Project/paper--write by hand in class

12/10 Revolution Project/paper--write by hand in class  Due today at end of day (may need to plan to come in during Academy to finish).  Bibliography can be printed from NoodleTools & must be turned in with paper.  Students will not be using computers during class on Monday & Tuesday. 

12/11  5.8 Eastern Europe: Nationalism & Dual Monarchy: 1) What is "nationalism"? 2) p. 304 Nationalism Endangers Old Empires-- Hypothesize CECR, 3) p. 304 Dual Monarchy--Draw Conclusions CECR

12/12 
 5.8 Ottoman Empire & Russia Tries to Reform 1)  p. 305 (CECR), 2) "Identify" p. 306 (CECR)

12/13 5.8 Beginnings of Industrialization 1
) p. 309 (CECR) 2)310 (Draw Conclusions)-- CECR.  Goal is to understand some the turmoil in Russia around 1900. All work due today (Nationalism + 6 CECR ?'s)


12/16-12/20 

12/16     5.5 Online

12/17  
 Movie--Queen Victoria's Empire (YouTube)

12/18 5.5 Victorian Age    5.5--1) Who was Queen Victoria & what impact did she have?   2)Why did the Irish want "home rule" (Nationalism)?

12/19 6.1 Online

12/20 6.1 Imperialism:6.1 --1) p. 317, 2) #2 p. 321--both CECR





Week 1/6-1/10

1/6    6.2 Online Africa Due Fri 1/10

1/7   6.2 Africa--1) Define Imperialism, 2)p. 325 CECR; 3)What was the impact of the Berlin Conference (3-4 sent, no " " needed, but CECR if you use material from the book)?

1/8   Evidence of non-African influence (colonialism, trade, religion, culture,  migration, etc). See Google Classroom--write your responses on your 6.2 paper from Tuesday 1/7

1/9 6.4 India  Online--due Friday 1/10--note, we will NOT be working on this in class on Friday

1/10  6.4 India--1) p. 336 Identify Cause & Effect--agriculture ? (CECR), 2) p. 337 Compare & Contrast (CECR), 3) p. 338 #5 Analyze Information (CECR).  Due today (6.2, Country notes from GC, 6.4--all stapled together as one assignment)




1/13-1/17

1/13 6.5 China-Online--see  Pearson site for online assignment  Due Friday 

1/14 Movie--Boxer Rebellion (Safari)

1/15 Impact of Boxer Rebellion--Google Classroom--create group presentation explaining the causes & effects of the Boxer Rebellion

1/16  Boxer Rebellion project work day

1/17 Boxer Rebellion presentation
  

1/20-1/24

1/20 No School

1/21 6.6-Japan--Online questions--see  Pearson site for online assignment.  Due Friday

1/22 6.6 1) p. 346 Summarize? CECR, 2) p. 347 Summarize? CECR, 3) p. 348 Generate Explanations ? CECR

1/23 Describe, from 6.6, how Japan moved from outside imperialism (others influencing them) to nationalism to their own imperialism (going out & influencing/dominating others).  No " " needed--look through the section of the chapter again and then just describe the steps/process w/o looking at the book--otherwise you will be tempted to copy words from the book.

1/24   Semester Study Guide--unit overviews
All late work is due today, 1/24.  This includes any work since November 4th.

1/27-1/31

1/27  :  Unit Review Day--semester Final will include questions from all units:  Religions, Expansion & Exploration (including Renaissance & Reformation), Age of Revolutions, New Imperialism/Nationalism around 1900.

1/28 Finals 1st & 4th  (MC & Long answer/essay portions)

1/29 Finals 2nd & 5th (MC & Long answer/essay portions)

1/30  Finals 3rd & 6th

1/31 No School