Ms. M. Lynde via email mmlynde@henrico.k12.va.us or mlynde90@gmail.com

SUBMIT HOMEWORK to
dropitto.me/mlynde password Godwin.
please, please, please but your class period and last name and the assignment name on the file name before you drop it or I won't be able to determine who you are and then you won't get credit!!
Blog Site Edmodo - Write down and remember your password and sign in once you create it!
Period 2 your code is 44vg4r
Period 3 your code is uqn99n
Period 5 your code is dlyxth
Period 7 your code is z4kegu
Rubric short answers and/or essays
Students' Friend World History Textbook

Writing Rules for History Class! It is different than what you use in other classes



Note: Daily Agendas with documents and assignments are listed below the Google calendar- just scroll down.

TWO ESSENTIAL ITEMS FOR SUCCESS IN THIS CLASS
AND

WRITING - RESEARCH PAPER
Research Paper details rubric
05-03-13 through 05-13-13 Unit 15: Cold War *resources for this unit are found under the agenda date of 05-03-13
Date
Agenda


05-15-13
New World Order: International Organization, International Law, International Cooperation
Frederick Charles Hicks, Book title 1920

Turn In:

In Class:
  • Quiz standards 5-10
  • Review materials

Homework:
05-14-13
05-14-13
New World Order: International Organization, International Law, International Cooperation
Frederick Charles Hicks, Book title 1920

Turn In:

In Class:

Homework:
Quiz tomorrow on standards 5-10
05-13-13
The rarest and most admirable quality of public life, moral courage
Benjamin Disraeli

Turn In: Using wiki link to google doc please read the information and answer the two questions on a separate piece of paper. Make sure to write out your question and your answers. Simply putting #1 the answer is b etc. will not earn a grade!
In Class:

Homework:
Review standards 2-4 because there will be a quiz on them tomorrow
05-10-13
I am an uncompromising opponent of violent methods even to serve the noblest of causes
Mohandas K Gandhi

Turn In:
Modern India worksheet
In Class:

Homework:
Using wiki link to google doc please read the information and answer the two questions on a separate piece of paper. Make sure to write out your question and your answers. Simply putting #1 the answer is b etc. will not earn a grade!
05-09-13
Nothing enduring can be built on violence
Mohandas K Gandhi

Turn In:
In Class:
  • Examination of violence and terrorism in the 20th and 21st century
  • Examination of India and modernization


Homework:
complete India worksheet
05-08-13
The rarest and most admirable quality of public life, moral courage
Benjamin Disraeli

Turn In: Apartheid Anagram- create an anagram using the word APARTHEID where you demonstrate your knowledge of South Africa and its independence movt - please use short sentences or phrases rather than 1 word. Using 1 word - you'll get a F on this assignment

In Class:
  • China modernizes

Homework:
none
05-07-13
We had a wonderful record on the hydrogen bomb. We tested it, perfected it and never used it - and that served to win the Cold War. Edward Teller

Turn In: Worksheet on Economic Terms
In Class:
  • Review Fake SOL
  • Africa and Apartheid


Homework:
05-06-13
We helped keep the Cold War cold. . . .A war without casualties cannot be as famous as a horrible war, but it is preferable.


Turn In: Student’s Friend – note paragraphs # 175, 177-179, 181-186, and 188 – that is ten in all

In Class:
  • World Industrialization and Globalization
  • Complete chart on developing countries...?

Homework:
Worksheet on Economic Terms
05-03-13
I am an uncompromising opponent of violent methods even to serve the noblest of causes
Mohandas K Gandhi

Turn In: Middle East Worksheet
In Class:
Student’s Friend – note paragraphs # 175, 177-179, 181-186, and 188 – that is ten in all

Take fake SOL

Homework:
05-02-13
Nothing enduring can be built on violence
Mohandas K Gandhi

Turn In:
In Class:
Peer review of papers
Test Nav
Fill out standard 14C
Middle East explanation
http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/global/themes/nationalism/middleeast.cfm

http://www.guardian.co.uk/flash/0,,720353,00.html
Homework:
Worksheet on the Middle East


04-18-13 through 05-01-13 Unit 15: Cold War *resources for this unit are found under the agenda date of 04-18-13


05-01-13
The rarest and most admirable quality of public life, moral courage
Benjamin Disraeli

Turn In:
Research paper and MindMap

In Class:
Practice TEST NAV on computer

TBA

Homework:
none
04-30-13
We had a wonderful record on the hydrogen bomb. We tested it, perfected it and never used it - and that served to win the Cold War. Edward Teller

Turn In:

In Class:
Mind Map exercise - this is a quiz grade


Homework:
Research Paper due tomorrow-
bring two copies - 1 for me and 1 for peer review
04-29-13
We helped keep the Cold War cold. . . .A war without casualties cannot be as famous as a horrible war, but it is preferable.

Edward Teller

Turn In: summary of student’s friend # 162 and 163 along with your own summary of notes on Nassar and Golda Meir

In Class:
complete review worksheet of cold war using cold war review PowerPoint


Homework:

Research paper due May 1st- bring two copies - 1 for me and 1 for peer review
04-26-13
“We are not going to send American boys nine or ten thousand miles away from home to do what Asian boys ought to be doing for themselves.”

Lyndon B. Johnson, October 21, 1964 on US involvement in the Vietnam War.

Turn In:

In Class:

Homework:
Summarize student’s friend # 162 and 163 and make a summary for lecture notes on Nassar and Golda Meir.
04-25-13
President Reagan fuelled the spirit of America. His smile, his optimism, his total belief in the ultimate triumph of democracy and freedom, and his willingness to act on that belief, helped end the Cold War and usher in a new and brighter phase of history.
Colin Powell


Turn In:

In Class:
  • Lecture


Homework:
04-24-13
The Cold War isn't thawing; it is burning with a deadly heat. Communism isn't sleeping; it is, as always, plotting, scheming, working, fighting
Richard M Nixon, President of the U.S.

Turn In:


In Class:
Quiz
Lecture

Homework:
04-23-13
We're eyeball to eyeball, and I think the other fellow just blinked.
Dean Rusk
Turn in: answers p 836 # 1-3

In class:
Berlin Wall

Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
04-22-13
We don't propose to sit here in our rocking chair with our hands folded and let the Communists set up any government in the Western Hemisphere.
Lyndon Baines Johnson

Turn in: answers p 830 #1-4

In class:

Lecture

Homework:
Read textbook pp 831-836 and answer on p 836 # 1-3
04-19-13
We had a wonderful record on the hydrogen bomb. We tested it, perfected it and never used it - and that served to win the Cold War.
Edward Teller
Turn in: truman and marshall plan worksheet

In class:
Map exercise

Homework:
Read text pp 825-830 and answer textbook questions on p 830 #1-4
04-18-13
Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you.
Nikita Khrushchev (said to Western diplomats in 1956)

Turn in: 13a-d fill ins

In class:
Results of WWII: Germany and Japan
Physical line up of the cold war
Lecture Cold War

Homework:
Worksheet: The Marshall Plan Aid
Resources
for
Cold War
Unit
Lectures


Worksheets and Reviews


PRETEST



03-25-13 through 04-17-13 Unit 14 World War II *resources for this unit are found under the agenda date of 03-25-13
Date
Agenda
04-17-13
Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you.
Nikita Khrushchev (said to Western diplomats in 1956)

Turn in: study guide and WWII postcard project self assessment

In class: TEST

Homework: Complete fill ins for next unit on cold war: 13 a-d *don't forget the essential questions!
04-16-17
From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent.
Winston Churchill. (1946)

Turn in: WWII postcard project and 12c Fill in Standards

In class:
Review

Round Robin of Postcards


Homework:
Self-evaluation
One-sided, one-page study guide for extra credit on tomorrow’s test
04-15-13
We helped keep the Cold War cold. . . .A war without casualties cannot be as famous as a horrible war, but it is preferable.
Edward Teller

Turn in: nothing

Classwork:
Lecture
Homework:
WWII postcard project due Apr 16th
12c Fill in Standars
One-sided, one-page study guide for extra credit on 4-16-13 test
04-12-13
Turn in. Permission to watch episode of HBO The Pacific

In class:
HBO The Pacific
QUIZ

Homework:
WWII postcard project due Apr 16th
One-sided, one-page study guide for extra credit on 4-16-13 test
Extra Credit due
April 15th

04-11-13
Turn in.

In class:
Period 2 and 3- guest speaker - Mr. Russell Scott WWII veteran and ladies man
Lecture: Pacific Mentality
Activity: victory in the Pacific

Homework:
WWII postcard project due Apr 16th
One-sided, one-page study guide for extra credit on 4-16-13 test
quiz tomorrow
04-10-13
I’d do it again. I still feel that use of the weapon was justified. We were fighting a declared war started by the enemy. We had to make a total commitment to win. (After the attack we) went to the club and had a few snorts. Then I realized it was my birthday. I had really celebrated with a big bang.
Kermit Beahan. Nagasaki atom-bomb navigator

Turn in


In Class

library for WWII postcard project
initial discovery sheet due by end of class


Homework
Permission to watch episode of HBO The Pacific
WWII postcard project due April 16th
quiz on Friday April 12



04-09-13
Now, I want you to remember that no son of a bitch ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor son of a bitch die for his country
General Patton

Turn in: introductory paragraph and thesis for research project

In class:
Library- WWII postcard project



Homework:
WWII postcard project due Apr 16th
Initial discovery sheet due tomorrow by end of class
04-08-13
What was gunpowder? Trivial. What was electricity. Meaningless. This Atomic Bomb is the Second Coming in Wrath
Winston Churchill

Turn in:

In class:
Lecture- boring at that

Homework:
Opening paragraph and thesis of research paper due tomorrow
SPRING BREAK!

03-29-13
They’re overpaid, overfed, oversexed, and over here
Anonymous (British) On American GIs stationed in England during WWII

Turn in:

In class:
Lecture- Genocide

Homework:
12b Fill in Standards
2nd half of 20 notecards due Fri 03-29
03-28-13
We sure liberated the hell out of this place
Anonymous (American) Soldier in the ruins of a Normandy village (France)

Turn in: WWII chronology exercise

In class:
Check chronology exercise
Activity: Strategic Choice: Germany or Japan?
Lecture: Causes of WWII

Homework:
2nd 20 notecards due Fri 03-29
03-27-13
And when he goes to heaven
To Saint Peter he will tell
Another Marine reporting, sir
I’ve served my time in hell
Anonymous (American) Epitaph on the grave marking of Marine Private First Class Cameron, Guadalcanal, 1942

Turn in:
12a Fill in Standard

In class:
Intro to WWII via Art and prediction using socrative
WWII Chronology exercise

Homework:
Complete WWII Chronology exercise
2nd 20 notecards due Fri 03-29
03-26-13
Nuts!
Anthony McAuliffe. Responding to a surrender demand after his unit was surrounded by German forces at Bastogne (France) during the Battle of the Bulge, 22 December 1944.

Turn in:
In class:
Research Paper To Do Day
  1. 1. Coverage of proper parenthetical citation
  2. 2. Coverage of proper Works Cited Page
  3. 3. Explanation and practice with www.turnitin.com

Homework:
Complete 12a Fill in Blank Standard
SNOW DAY
03-25-13
SNOW
Resources for
WWII
Unit
Lectures


More on genocide
1. Cambodian Killing Fields - Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge - a Time Life Photo essay. Eleven pictures that speak of the massacre and the people.

http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1948150_2013738,00.html

2. Rwandan Genocide - the warning which was ignored

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/evil/warning/

details and explanation from the Human Rights Council
http://www.unitedhumanrights.org/genocide/genocide_in_rwanda.htm


Standards, reviews, etc

Better Review

WWII Postcard Project


EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY - April 15


PRETEST



03-13-13 through 03-22-13 Unit 13 Interwar (Between WWI and WWII) *resources for this unit are found under the agenda date of 03-13-13
Date
Agenda


03-22-13
No appeasement will avoid necessary battles. It only makes them more costly and lengthy.
Gustave Le Bon
Turn in:
In class
Test
Homework:
2nd 20 research note cards due March 29th
03-21-13
Appeasement: An infallible method of conciliating a tiger is to allow oneself to be swallowed
Ronald Adeneuer
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Turn in: turn in either comic or tweets as indicated yesterday (quiz grade)
In class
Review for test tomorrow
*one page one side study guide is worth 5 points on tomorrow’s test -warning! It must be a well developed study guide not just a list of ten facts, etc.
Homework:
Test tomorrow
03-20-13
Contract: an agreement that is binding on the weaker party.
Frederick Sawyer
Turn in:
In classHomework:
Test March 22nd
03-19-13
We promise according to our hopes and perform according to our fears
La Rochefoucauld
Turn in: worksheet on China, Italy, and Spain
In class
Lecture: Rise of Hitler.
Homework:
test March 22nd
03-18-13
Promises and pie crusts are made to be broken
Jonathon Swift
Turn in: Fill in blank Standard 11c The Rise of Dictators
In class
Quick draw: Totalitarianism
Totalitarianism Defined
Lecture: Rise of Dictators: Russia, Italy, Spain, China and Japan
Homework:
Worksheet on China, Ethiopia, and Spain
Test Fri March 22nd
03-15-13
1st 20
research
notecards
due today!
Governments keep their promises only when they are forced to do so, or when it will be to their advantage.
Napoleon
Turn in: 1st 20 research note cards
In class
Worksheet: Fill in the blank Standard 11b The Great Depression
Lecture: The Great Depression
Homework:
Test Fri March 22nd
Fill in Blank 11c Rise of Dictators
03-14-15
Peace, n. In international affairs, a period of cheating between two periods of fighting
Ambrose Bierce
Turn in: Fill in blank standard 11a
In class
Video League makes Germany mad
Activity-
Lecture Mandate and the Great Depression
Homework:
1st 20 Research notecards due tomorrow
Test on March 22nd
03-13-13
Communism was overthrown by life, by thought, by dignity
Vaclav Havel
Turn in: any work left from the Armenian Genocide work
In class:
Where to find information in the textbook
Video: The League of Nations makes Germany pay
Lecture: League of Nations and Mandate system
Homework:
Fill in blank standards 11a
1st 20 notecards of research paper due Fri March 15th
resources
Interwar Years





GREAT REVIEW PAGE

http://1900stopresent.wikispaces.com/home



Overview: brilliantly summed up by
Robert Wnukowski Phoebus High School
At the conclusion of the war to end all wars, the world experienced a time of change
and upheaval. After a brief recovery from the war the economy took a turn for the worst and launched the world into a global depression. Surmounting debt from the war, overproduction, and overextension of credit created a fragile economy that came crashing down along with the stock market in 1929. The global depression had profound effects on nations, their citizens, and forms of government. The search for answers to vast unemployment and misery led to experimentation with social programs, a growth of nationalism, and a quest to both find and punish those that were responsible. Out of the depression emerged totalitarian leaders that restored hope in their people by promising change and creating a strong military. In the quest for power, wealth, and territory totalitarian governments under Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, and Hirohito, brought the world towards the brink of war once more.


02-25-13 through 03-12-13 Unit 12 WWI *resources for this unit are found under the agenda date of 02-25-13
Date
Agenda
03-12-13
We had a wonderful record on the hydrogen bomb. We tested it, perfected it and never used it - and that served to win the Cold War. Edward Teller
Turn In: Russian DBQ if not finished in prior class
Class
Students read about the Armenian Genocide:
http://www.armenian-genocide.org/genocidefaq.html#What
Students read American government is reluctant to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/correspondent/2572667.stm
Students listen to this story about President Obama's Town Hall visit in Turkey last year http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=102821470
Please write concise answers (Title the document "Period, Lastname. First Initial, ArmenianGenocide") to the following Questions:
  • What is the Armenian Genocide?
  • Who was responsible for the Armenian Genocide?
  • How many people died in the Armenian Genocide?
  • Were there witnesses to the Armenian Genocide?
  • What was the response of the international community to the Armenian Genocide?
  • Why is the Armenian Genocide commemorated on April 24?
  • Are the Armenian massacres acknowledged today as a Genocide according to the United Nations Genocide Convention?
What to know?What factors led to the massacre of Armenians? What methods were used to carry out the genocide? How did Hitler later use the Armenian Genocide to further his own goals? What is the Turkish government’s position on the genocide today?
Homework:
Complete any class activities not finished in class.
03-11-13
We helped keep the Cold War cold. . . .A war without casualties cannot be as famous as a horrible war, but it is preferable.
Edward Teller
Turn In: Russian Revolution quiz
In Class:
Homework:
1st 20 research paper notecards due 3/15
03-08-13
“We are not going to send American boys nine or ten thousand miles away from home to do what Asian boys ought to be doing for themselves.”
Lyndon B. Johnson, October 21, 1964 on US involvement in the Vietnam War.
Turn In: checking essay for annotation
In Class:
  • Lecture Russian Revolution
Homework:
Take home quiz on Russian Revolution
03-07-13
President Reagan fuelled the spirit of America. His smile, his optimism, his total belief in the ultimate triumph of democracy and freedom, and his willingness to act on that belief, helped end the Cold War and usher in a new and brighter phase of history.
Colin Powell
Turn In: Treaty of Versailles- 10 issues for Germany
In Class:
  • Lecture Treaty of Versailles
  • Exit ticket
Homework:
Essay on Russian Rev- read and annotate
03-06-13
SNOW DAY
03-05-13
We're eyeball to eyeball, and I think the other fellow just blinked. Dean Rusk
Turn In:
In Class:
  • Quiz
  • Activity Treaty of Versailles

Homework:
Worksheet: 10 issues for Germany
03-04-13
“In the simplest of terms, what we are doing in Korea is this: We are trying to prevent a third world war.”
Harry S. Truman, April 16, 1951
Turn In: Standards 10a-c fill in the blank
In Class:
  • Lecture
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
03-01-13
“Berlin is the testicles of the West, every time I want the West to scream, I squeeze on Berlin.”
Nikita Khrushchev, 1962.
Turn In:
In Class:
  • Entry ticket completion (WWI)
  • Lecture
Homework:
Complete fill in the blank Standards 10a-c use the study guide under the calendar for the answers
02-28-13
02-28-13
“Nobody intends to put up a wall!”
Walter Ulbricht, Leader of the GDR, June 15, 1961 – 2 months before the Berlin Wall was erected.
Turn In:
In Class:
  • Library research time
Homework:
02-27-13
“If you don’t like us, don’t accept our invitations and don’t invite us to come to see you. Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you.”
Nikita Krushchev, Soviet Premier
Turn In:
In Class:
Homework:
Finish worksheets if necessary
02-26-13
02-26-13
“The seeds of totalitarian regimes are nurtured by misery and want.”
Harry Truman
Turn In:
In Class:
Library research time
Homework:
02-25-13
The Cold War began with the division of Europe. It can only end when Europe is whole.
George H W Bush
Turn In:

In Class:
  • Complete research outline for credit
Homework:
none
Resources
WWI




02-07-13 through 02-22-13 Unit 11 Imperialism *resources for this unit are found under the agenda date of 02-07-13

Date
Agendas
02-22-13
TEST
Research Paper details rubric
02-21-13
Turn in: worksheet of last eve on China etc.
In class
Standards fill in the blank
Go over essential questions as essay prompt
Culture clash
Homework:
Test tomorrow
Test on 22nd - 5 extra points for 1 pg handwritten study guide
02-20-12
This war, like the next war, is a war to end war
David Lloyd George, British prime minister
Turn in: DBQ essay
In class
quiz
Lecture: More Imperialism
Sepoy v Boxer Rebellion v Zulu (maybe)
Homework:
Packet review on US, Japan, and China
Test on 22nd - 5 extra points for 1 pg handwritten study guide
02-19-13
02-19-13
Come on, you sons of bitches! Do you want to live forever?
Dan Daly, Marine sergeant
Turn in:
In class
Lecture: Imperialism in Egypt, India, etc
Homework:
DBQ essay is due tomorrow- typed and printed BEFORE the bell rings
Review Packet India, Middle East, Egypt
Test on 22nd - 5 extra points for 1 pg handwritten study guide
Quiz tomorrow
02-15-13
I see trees of green, red roses too,
I see them bloom for me and you.
And I think to myself,
What a wonderful world
George David Weiss and Bob Thiele – Louis Armstrong
Turn in: nothing
In class
Movie: When We Were Kings
Homework:
DBQ essay is due, printed, Wednesday 20th
Test on 22nd - 5 extra points for 1 pg handwritten study guide
02-14-13
Imperialism first makes its subject ill, and then it constructs the hospital in which the patient lies imprisoned and without any possibility of being cured
Eduardo Galeano
Turn in: nothing
In class
Movie: When We Were Kings
Homework:
None but remember that essay is due Wednesday 20th
02-13-13
We should keep the Panama Canal. After all, we stole it fair and square
S. I. Hayakawa
Turn in: nothing
In class
ATTENTION 2nd and 3rd period
you have rec'vd the following worksheets. Nothing is due for homework but I have provided a worksheet (Imperialism Packet Africa) which walks you through the beginning of the Imperialism lecture. Since we will not be covering this in class it is necessary for you to review the information and to check you own knowledge.
Handout: organizing worksheet for writing DBQ due Feb 20 with 10 extra points on this test grade essay if you attend the writing center for review and help
Lecture: Imperialism
Handouts below are for your own information and to check your own knowledge. I will not collect nor grade them.
Colony v Protectorate v Sphere of Influence in a car dealership
Worksheet to review terms from Imperialism: Africa
Homework:
02-12-13
The problem is a world problem. No nation can find its own salvation by breaking away from others. We must all be saved or we must all perish together
Mohandas Gandhi
Turn in:
In class
We will cover the DBQ documents
Turn in bucket and chicken foot worksheet
This DBQ is to be completed by Wednesday the 20th. Usual rules, typed, double spaced, 12 font, printed before the bell…
10 extra points if you go to the writing center
Homework:
Worksheet to review terms from Imperialism: Africa
Worksheet with buckets and chicken foot organization for this mini DBQ *copies in class only
02-11-13
The first of earthly blessings, independence
Edward Gibbon
Turn in: we will check the worksheet on organizing questions and pre bucketing from yesterday
In class
Examining Docs A-F
Homework:
Worksheet with buckets and chicken foot organization for this mini DBQ *copies in class only
02-08-13
All mankind love a lover
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Turn in: timeline and individual event visual
In class
Be aware: pretest and basic notes on the wiki
Reading and investigation into Mini DBQ on Africa
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Homework:
Complete worksheet on 4 organizing questions and pre-bucket from class discussion *copies in class only
02-07-13
I think the human race made a big mistake at the beginning of the industrial revolution, we leaped for the mechanical things, people need the use of their hands to feel creative.
**Andre Norton**
Turn In:
In Class:
Homework:
Complete your own comprehensive time line
Resources for
Imperialism Unit
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Worksheet to review terms from Imperialism: Africa
DBQ resources: due Feb 20- 10 extra points if you work with the Eagles Writing Center. It is a test grade.
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01-29-13 through 02-06-13 Unit 10 Industrial Revolution *resources for this unit are to be found under the agenda date of 01-29-13

Date
Agendas
02-06-13
Test on Industrial Revolution
02-05-13
Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing
Theodore Roosevelt
Turn In: review terms and identifications sheet of yesterday
In Class:
Quiz
Review basic intro site and see if comprehension is clear http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/global/themes/science/ind.cfm
Review of pretest Industrial Revolution
*prediction of test essay questions
Homework:
Test tomorrow
02-04-13
When there is no Desire; there will be no Industry
John Locke
Turn In: any work not completed in class on Friday 2/1
In Class:
Review SOL quiz
Lecture on –isms
Complete review sheet of terms and identifications in class
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
Quiz review fake quiz
Test on Wednesday
02-01-13
Nothing ever come to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work
Booker T. Washington
Turn In:
In Class:
  1. Entry ticket *do this on your own!
  2. Outline and note Student’s Friend #126 through 130
  3. Complete SOL review fill in the blanks using
Homework:
#2 and #3 above will be due Monday and will count as a quiz grade
Test next Wednesday
Quiz on Tuesday
Complete any class work not completed in class
01-31-13
Stress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. Nothing is that important. Just lie down~

Turn In:
In Class:
Answer Google question on child labor – yes, it is graded
Activity on -isms
Begin in class this worksheet on political and economic terms
we will finish it in a future class SO IT IS NOT HOMEWORK!
Homework:
01-30-13
Stress is the trash of modern life – we all generate it but if you don’t dispose of it properly, it will pile up and overtake your life~
Turn In: outline of SF #125
In Class:
Take the WHII Second Semester General Knowledge pretest on Schoolspace- completion grade
Lecture Industrial Revolution
Homework:
Industrial Revolution Pretest for your own benefit available on the wiki
1. Read on child labor http://wathatcher.iweb.bsu.edu/childlabor
2. Watch youtube video on child labor www.youtube.com/watch?v=87eVOpbcoVo
01-29-13
Stress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. Nothing is that important. Just lie down~
Turn In:
In Class:
Post Midterm Analysis: get the two items loaded directly under calendar
  1. 1. Complete WHII
  2. 2. Study Guide WHII 1500- present
  3. TWO ESSENTIAL ITEMS FOR SUCCESS IN THIS CLASS
    AND
Intro to Industrial Revolution – download ppts from wiki
Homework:
  1. Read and outline student’s friend text #125
Resources
Industrial
Revolution
A basic informational ppt
The PowerPoint I use in class


01-18-13
Stress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. Nothing is that important. Just lie down~
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs Review
Review Review Review
Homework:
Review for midterm

01-16-13 thru 01-17-13 Unit 9 Unification of Italy and Germany as well as Reforms in UK and France *resources under agenda date 01-16-13
01-17-13
Stress is the trash of modern life – we all generate it but if you don’t dispose of it properly, it will pile up and overtake your life~
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review

Lecture: Unification Italy, Germany, Reforms in UK and Fr
Graphic Organizer review
Homework:
Review for midterm
01-16-13 *yes, same date as below
It happens to be the destined lot of the Germans to emerge as the representative of all the citizens of the world
Goethe
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review

Quiz on Congress of Vienna
Access vital timeline on wiki about Unification of Italy, Germany, Reform in UK and France 1848
Lecture: Unification of Germany, Italy, Reforms UK and France
Homework:
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
Resources for
Unification of
Italy, Germany, and
Reforms in UK & France
Lecture
Vital Timeline




01-07-13 thru 01-16-13 Unit 8: Latin America and South America Independence Mov'ts and Congress of Vienna *resources under agenda date 01-07-13
01-16-13
It happens to be the destined lot of the Germans to emerge as the representative of all the citizens of the world
Goethe
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review

Quiz on Congress of Vienna
Access vital timeline on wiki about Unification of Italy, Germany, Reform in UK and France 1848

Lecture: Unification of Germany, Italy, Reforms UK and France
Homework:
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
01-15-13
A man who has not been in Italy is always conscious of an inferiority
Samuel Johnson
Turn In:
CLASS
Google Docs as Midterm Review

Review homework
Review activities on Congress of Vienna and Revolutions of 1848
Exit ticket
Homework:
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
Quiz tomorrow on Congress of Vienna
01-14-13
Nationalism is today the world’s idolatrous religion
C. Wright Mills The Causes of World War III (1958)
Turn In: Historical Resume
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review

What to do with Europe after Napoleon?
Lecture Congress of Vienna of course!
Homework:
Try to use ppt on Congress of Vienna to fill in notes on student review sheet
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
01-11-13
Nations. like men, have their various ages- infancy, maturity, old age
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review!

Historical Resume- two quz grades- due Monday 1-14-13
Homework:
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
Historical Resume
01-10-13
History does not move in a straight line, but by zigzags
Lenin
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review!

Quiz on LA and SA Independence Movts
Monroe Doctrine activity: You can watch the movie, or click on the text tab to read it. Also, click on the Monroe Doctrine icon to reveal letters Monroe and Jefferson wrote to each other on the topic with questions related to it, and a simple one question quiz.
http://www.hippocampus.org/homework-help/US-History/Nationalism%20and%20Economic%20Expansion,%201816%20-%201826_The%20Monroe%20Doctrine.html
Historical Resume- two quz grades- due Monday 1-14-13
Homework:
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
01-09-13
In China the sovereign is worshipped as a god. That I think is how it ought to be
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review!

Upon entry given an exit question ticket
Lecture LA and SA Independence Movts
Exit ticket answer
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
01-08-13
They think I am stern, even hard-hearted. So much the better- this makes it unnecessary for me to justify my reputation
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review!

Entry ticket- answer question assigned and turn in
Lecture LA and SA Independence Movts
Homework:
Start using the midterm reviews posted on the wiki (sidebar tab- midterm review)
01-07-13
True heroism consists in rising superior to misfortune
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class:
Google Docs as Midterm Review!

Worksheet Intro to Latin and South American Independence Movt’s * handed out in class
Review introductory PowerPoint on LA and SA Independence movts…be prepared!
Homework:
Review introductory PowerPoint on LA and SA Independence movts…be prepared!
Resources
LA & SA
Independence
and
Congress of
Vienna
Lectures
, ,
Stuff
, ,
GREAT VIDEO on Hatian Revolution
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A_o-nU5s2U


12-10-12 thru 12-21-12
thru Unit 7: Napoleon *resources for this unit found under agenda date 12-10-12


12-21-12
A consecutive series of great actions is never a result of chance and luck; it is always the product of planning and genius…. Is it because they are lucky that they become great? No, but being great, they have been able to master luck
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class:
Altered book
Homework:
12-20-12
Few men are brave by nature, but good discipline and experience make may so
Machiavelli
Turn In:
In Class:
Altered book
Homework:
Altered book due Fri 21st
12-19-12
Close by the rights of Man, side by side with them, at least, are the rights of the Soul
Victor Hugo
Turn In:
In Class:
Pretest as quiz
Altered book
Homework:
Altered book due Fri 21st
12-18-12
The right to wave your fist ends where your neighbor’s nose begins
American Saying
Turn In: nothing
In Class:
Work on altered book
Homework:
Altered book due Fri 21st
12-17-12
The final end of every political institution is the preservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man. These rights are those of liberty, property, security and resistance to oppression.
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen
Turn In:
In Class:
1. review cause and effect review worksheet
2. quiz
3. work on altered book
Homework:
12-14-12
Terror is the most effective political instrument. I shall not permit myself to be robbed of it simply because a lot of stupid, bourgeois mollycoddles choose to be offended by it.
Adolf Hitler
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture Napoleon
Explain altered book test grade assignment
Worksheet cause and effect Fr Rev and Napoleon
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Homework:
Quiz on Monday
Finish worksheet cause and effect Fr Rev and Napoleon – you will have time to review in class prior to quiz
12-13-12
Terrorism and deception are weapons not of the strong but of the weak
Mohandas K. Gandhi
Turn In: How France Changed Under Napoleon
In Class
Video Napoleon vs Napoleon Rap Off
Lecture Napoleon – Military Campaigns
Homework:
Look on Edmodo- (your class code is on top of the wiki as is a link to Edmodo) and read the brief article on Napoleon as a military genius. Then post a comment and I encourage you to make comparisons to any war games, other military generals, movies, etc. Humor is encouraged; unpleasant language is not encouraged.
12-12-12
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear
George Orwell
Turn In: Military Campaigns of Napoleon UK and Russia
In Class
Lecture: How France Changed Under Napoleon
Worksheet How France Changed Under Napoleon – yes, do the essay
Homework:
Worksheet How France Changed Under Napoleon – yes, do the big question but do it in outline/ bullet format as it is a great format to use in your project
12-11-12
For God’s sake, let us freely hear both sides!
Thomas Jefferson
Turn In: outline Student’s Friend notes #115, 117-120
In Class
Lecture: Napoleon
Homework:
Napoleon attacks Russia and the UK worksheet
12-10-12
The right to speak out is also the duty to speak out
Vladimir Pozner
Turn In: Common Craft style video on Fr Rev and Napoleon 1795 worksheet
In Class
Review Directory 1795 worksheet
Discuss book project (test grade!) due Fri Dec 21st - Early Bird due 4 pm Thursday Dec. 20th
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Video clip: Napoleon and Fr Revolution
Read and outline Student’s Friend text #115, 117-120
Homework:
Read and outline Student’s Friend text #115, 117-120
Resources for
Unit on
Napoleon
PROJECT TEST GRADE instructions and helpful documents to assist you in accurate content in your project
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WORKSHEETS AND REVIEW
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LECTURE NOTES



11-27-12
thru
12-07-12
UNIT 6 French Revolution *resources for this unit are found on the bottom of this set of agendas





12-07-12
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolutions inevitable
John Kennedy
Turn In: illustrated study guide for extra credit on test
In Class
Test on French Revolution
common craft vid
Homework:
Napoleon worksheet 1795
12-06-12
A revolution (is)…an act of violence whereby one class shatters the authority of another
James MacGregor Burns
Turn In:
In Class
Cute video on Napoleon
Homework:
Test Friday Dec 7th
Illustrated study guide (done well) extra credit on test tomorrow
12-05-12
I swear to the Lord
I still can’t see
Why Democracy means
Everybody but me
Langston Hughes, “The Black Man Speaks” 1943
Turn In:
In Class
Cute video recap
intro common craft assignment - you will have time to create and film on Thur and Fri of this week
begin and complete review sheets
illustrated study guide for test extra credit- must do it well
Homework:
Illustrated study guide for extra credit
12-04-12
Man is an imitative animal
Thomas Jefferson
Turn In:
In Class
Video clip pt 3
Homework:
Test Friday Dec 7th
12-03-12
We use ideas merely to justify our evil, and speech merely to conceal our ideas
Voltaire
Turn In:
In Class
Video worksheet pt 2
Homework:
Test Friday Dec 7th
11-30-12
Were there a people of gods, their government would be democratic
Rousseau
Turn In:
In Class
Video worksheet pt 2
Homework:
finish fill in notes from textbook on video sheet # 2
11-29-12
The enlightened are involved without being attached
Anonymous
Turn In:
In Class
Importance of Declaration of Man and Citizen
In class activity
Video Pt 1 worksheet
Homework:
11-28-12
Those who cannot think or take responsibility for themselves need, and clamor for, a leader.
Hermann Hesse
Turn In: any remaining worksheets
In Class
Quiz French Revolution
Reign of Terror worksheet
Homework:
11-27-12
A king can stand people’s fighting, but he can’t last long if people start thinking
Will Rogers
Turn In: outline of student’s friends 110-114
In Class
1. complete worksheet Causes of French Revolution and
2. complete Fr Revolution begins
Homework:
Finish worksheets
Quiz tomorrow
11-26-12
We cannot all be kings here; and mob rule is a bad thing. Let there be one commander only, one King, set over us by Zeus.
Homer
Turn In:
In Class
1. copy timeline
2. focus questions
3. read and outline student’s friend 111 – 114.
Homework:
Resources for French
Revolution
LECTURES Chronology
VIDEO WORKSHEETS , ,
WORKSHEETS . , , ,
REVIEWS ,
PRETESTS ETC


11-13-12thru11-21-12
UNIT 5 Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment *resources for this unit are found on the bottom of this set of agendas
11-21-12
We cannot all be kings here; and mob rule is a bad thing. Let there be one commander only, one King, set over us by Zeus.
Homer
Turn In: study guide for extra credit
In Class
test
Homework:
none
11-20-12
It is legal because I wish it so.
Louis XIV
Turn In:
In Class
Review worksheet Study Guide on Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution

Activity: Who Am I?
Homework:
Test tomorrow. Extra Credit for 1 page study guide
11-19-12
In China the sovereign is worshipped as a god. That I think is how it ought to be
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class
Activity
Pretest

Homework:
Test Wednesday- 1 page study guide for extra credit!
11-16-12
The greatest slave in a kingdom is generally the king of it.
Fulke Greville
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture: Enlightenment
Exit Ticket: Locke
Homework:
11-15-12
The great tragedy of Science – the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact
T.H. Huxley
Turn In:
In Class
Video Thru the Wormhole
Lecture on Enlightenment
Homework:
none
11-14-12
Reason, Observation, and Experience – the Holy Trinity of Science
Robert G. Ingersoll
Turn In: worksheet identifying Scientific Revolution and Englightenment thinkers
In Class
Lecture- Scientific Revolution
Thru the wormhole
Homework:
none
11-13-12
The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance- it is the illusion of knowledge
Daniel J. Boorstin
Turn In:
In Class
Discuss causes of great historical change
Worksheet- identification of Scientific Revolution and Englightenment thinkers
These Documents might help or use the textbook
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Homework:
Finish Worksheet
Resources for Scientific Revolution
and
Enlightenment
LECTURE


REVIEWS


WORKSHEETS





11-05-12thru11-12-12
UNIT 4 Absolutism and the English Civil War and Glorious Revolution *resources for this unit are found on the bottom of this set of agendas


11-12-12
A fool and his money are soon parted
James Howell

Turn In: worksheet Wrap Up Absolutism and Eng Civil War
Class Activities:
Quiz on English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
Activity Essay- test grade
Homework:
Complete essay for test grade
11-09-12
No one ever lies. People often do what they have to do to make their story sound right.
William H. Ginsburg

Turn In: Complete worksheet on English Revolution
Class Activities:
Activity : The Absolutes
Lecture: English Civil War
Homework:
Finish Review sheet Wrap up worksheet Absolutism and Engl. Civil War
Quiz on Eng Civil War and Glorious Revolution on Monday
11-08-12
All domination involves invasion- at times physical and overt, at times camouflaged with the invader assuming the role of a helping friend. Paulo Freire

Turn In:
Class Activities:
Quiz absolutism
Use text to complete worksheet: English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
Homework:
Finish worksheet
11-07-12
We are all inclined to judge ourselves by our ideals: others by their acts
Harold Nicolson

Turn In: student fill in notes on absolutism
Class Activities:
Lecture: Age of Absolutism
Fred’s explained
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
11-06-12
NO SCHOOL
11-5-12
Whoever has gold must have an army to guard it, or resign himself to losing it.
H.L. Mencken

Turn In:
Class Activities:
Pretest absolutism and English Revolution - found in schoolspace - it is not under secure testing
Access What You Should Know: Absolutism and Eng. Rev.
Access Lectures on this unit
Classwork: access student’s friend textbook, read #101 and 107-
1. produce outline of each reading
2. produce a main idea sentence(s) at the end of each reading
Homework:
Complete student notes worksheet on Absolutism using textbook
NO SCHOOL TOMORROW
Resources for Absolutism
and
English Civil War and Glorious Revolution Unit
What You Should Know, Pretest, and Review Items
, , and
Lectures
and
Worksheets
and



10-19-12
thru
11-02-12
UNIT 3 Exploration or the Age of Discovery *resources for this unit are found on the bottom of this set of agendas
11-2-12
Turn in DBQ outline analysis page for quiz grade
Class
Peer review of outline and creation of introduction paragraph
No homework
11-1-12
A Deluge of Words and a Drop of Sense
Thomas Fuller

Turn In: outline of DBQ with thesis
Class Activities:
Peer assessment of student thesis and topic sentences using DBQ rubric

Homework:
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10-31-12
Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of our science
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Turn In:
Class Activities:
Activity: Sugar Trade DBQ (Document Based Question)

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Homework:
For a quiz grade - use worksheet provided and documents to 1. categorize documents into groups 2. create a topic sentence for each group and 3. create a strong, bold thesis using categories to answer the question: what drove the sugar trade?
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and

10-30-12
Although this work is a History, I believe it to be true
Mark Twain

Turn In:
Class Activities:
Quiz on Explorers
Movie: Guns, Germs, and Steel
Homework:
Read background Essay What Drove Sugar Trade
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10-29-12
Hello Sandy! - No School. I'm shifting everything up by one day
10-26-12
Life without friendship is no life at all.
Cicero

Turn In: Explorer’s Packet
Class Activities:
Movie: Guns, Germs, and Steel
Homework:
Quiz Monday Oct 29th
10-25-12
Setting too good an Example is a Kind of Slander seldom forgiven
Benjamin Franklin

Turn In: Castillo Diaries worksheet
Class Activities:
Lecture: Explorers
Homework:
Explorer’s Packet due tomorrow Fri Oct 26th
10-24-12
MEET IN
THE
LIBRARY
Great change dominates the world, and unless we move with change we will become its victims.
John F. Kennedy
NO GOOGLE DOC QUESTION
Turn In: Santangel letter worksheet
Class Activities:
Library Activity: the Castillo Diaries

Homework:
Worksheet Castillo Diaries
Explorer’s Packet due Fri Oct 26th
10-23-12
MEET IN
THE
LIBRARY
Doubt is the vestibule which all must pass before they can enter into the temple of wisdom.
C. C. Colton
NO GOOGLE DOC QUESTION
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Library Activity: Examining: Santangel Letter

Homework:
Complete the worksheet on the Santangel letter
Explorers packet due Fri Oct 26
10-22-12
On the outside of things seek the differences; on the inside, for likenesses.
J. C. Hare

Turn In: check if noted worksheet Beginning of Great Exploration
In Class
Lecture: Will the real Columbus stand up?
Explorers Packet
Homework:
Explorer’s Packet due Fri Oct 26
10-19-12
Societies, like individuals, have their crises and their spiritual revolutions.
R. H. Tawney

European_Explorers_1492-1522_Map_06.030.jpg
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Participation grade- pretest on explorers. *on schoolspace- not secure testing.
Retrieve worksheet: Explorers What You Should Know
Map Explorers Routes
Intro :
Map -
Homework:
Read and make sure you have worksheet: Beginnings of the Great Exploration. Due Friday Oct 26th
RESOURCES
FOR THE
EXPLORERS
AGE OF DISCOVERY
UNIT
INTRODUCTION
and read the section in your Student's Friend text about explorers
LIBRARY ACTIVITIES ON PRIMARY SOURCES
and
and
EXPLORERS - AGE OF DISCOVERY PACKET

LECTURES
,
PRACTICE DBQ (DOCUMENT BASED QUESTION) ON SUGAR TRADE
Background Essay
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PRETEST - GOOD FOR REVIEW

REVIEWS
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OTHER REVIEWS WHICH MIGHT HELP
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10-01-12
thru
10-17-12
UNIT 2 Renaissance and Reformation *resources for this unit are found on the bottom of this set of agendas
10/17/12
10/18/12
TEST REFORMATION
10/16/12
I cannot and will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Here I stand. I cannot do no other, so help me God. Amen.
Martin Luther
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Review Activities


Homework:
Test tomorrow *5 points extra credit for 1 page, 1 side study guide
10/15/12
Everybody is negotiable
Muhammad Ali
Turn In: Religious War # 2 Thirty Years War
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Lecture: Counter Reformation
    • take Henrico County Preassesment
Homework:
Reformation Review Notes # 4
Test Wed Oct 17 * 5 points for study guide
10/12/12
Peace has been completely restored in Cairo….The rebels have lost a couple thousand men. Every night we have about 30 heads cut off…. I think this will be a good lesson for them.
Napoleon. Letter t Gen. Reynier, 27 Oct, 1798
Turn In: Religious Wars Chart # 1
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Lecture: Reformation Spreads Henry VII
Homework:
Reformation Review Notes # 3

Test Wed Oct 17 * 5 points for study guide
10/11/12
Never fight fair with a stranger, boy. You’ll never get out of the jungle that way.
Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman.
Turn In: Reformation Review Notes # 2
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Quiz
Lecture: Religious Wars
Homework:
10/10/12
Machiavelli has a worse name and more disciples than any political thinker that ever lived.
Walther Lippmann
Turn In: Reformation Review Sheet # 1
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Lecture: Reformation Spreads
Homework:
Reformation Review Notes # 2

10/09/12
When the act accuses him, the result should excuse him.
Machiavelli
Turn In: Martin Luther and Militant Catholicism worksheets
Opening Questions

Class Activities:
Lecture Reformation Spreads
Homework:
Reformation Review Notes # 1

10/08/12
NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
10/05/12
Machiavelli wrote only for petty princes
Frederick II
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Pd 5 and 7:
Discussion of Religion as framework in 1500s

Problems in the Catholic Church and worksheet


Lecture Martin Luther and worksheet


Homework:
*no school on Monday Oct 8
Pd 5 and 7 – complete any unfinished worksheets in class – Militant Catholicism and/or Martin Luther
Reformation
Resources






10/04/12
There is very little of Machiavelli that can be accepted or used in the modern world
Henry Kissinger
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Review Renaissance Summary Notes
Quiz Renaissance
Begin Reformation with pretest
Homework:
NOTE: 2nd and 3rd period only Access ppt on wiki labeled militant Catholicism in middle ages and complete worksheet on Catholicism in middle ages AND access Martin Luther ppt and complete worksheet on Martin Luther. Both worksheets will be due Tues the 8th
REFORMATION RESOURCES ARE FOUND DIRECTLY ABOVE THIS AGENDA
Take the Reformation Preview pretest found on schoolspace
NOTE: 2nd and 3rd period only Access ppt on wiki labeled militant Catholicism in middle ages and complete worksheet on Catholicism in middle ages AND access Martin Luther ppt and complete worksheet on Martin Luther. Both worksheets will be due Tues the 8th
Lecture Militant Catholicism and worksheet


Lecture Martin Luther and worksheet


10/03/12
Don Corleone: He’s a businessman. I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse.
Mario Puzo. The Godfather.
Turn In: Review Notes #3 and #4
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Review Renaissance with Summary Review
Homework:
Complete worksheet on Renaissance Summary
Quiz tomorrow
10/02/12
The more ways a man is deluded, the happier he is
Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536) In Praise of Folly
Turn In: review notes
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Lecture Renaissance
Homework:
Renaissance Review Notes #3 and #4
Quiz on Thursday 10/4
10/01/12
An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Discuss Renaissance intro
Renaissance pretest
Download lecture notes
Lecture: Renaissance or It is all about Location, Location, Location
Homework:
Renaissance webquest and
Renaissance
Resources




9-12-12 thru 9-28-12
UNIT 1 World 1500 *resources for this unit are found on the bottom of this set of agendas
9/28/12
The better part of happiness is to wish to be what you are
Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536) In Praise of Folly
Turn In: the extra credit study guide I hope you created for today’s test
Opening Question - Today it is an Exit Question. You may not complete it until after the test. i will know if you have followed this directive because your answers in Google Docs have a time imprint.
Class Activities:
Test on World at 1500
Handout : What You Should Know Renaissance- the Virginia SOL standards
Homework:
Read and note the Renaissance article provided on line and answer the questions. Don’t forget you can drop your homework in the dropittome box as found on the top of the class wiki. NOTE: please, please, please but your class period and last name on the file name before you drop it.
Exit Question

HOMEWORK: complete the Renaissance Handout: reading and questions
9/27/12
One can resist the invasion of armies; one cannot resist the invasion of ideas
Victor Hugo
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Review World Trade Routes via lecture and handout map
Review for test on the World at 1500
Handout: 1500 Trade Routes
Review for test tomorrow- hopefully this will include a review of the quiz taken Tues 9/25
Homework:
Study for test tomorrow *if you prepare a one page, one sided handwritten or typed and then hand noted review page you can receive 5 extra points on the test
9/26/12
NO SCHOOL
9/25/12
Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought
Albert von Szent-Gyorgyo
Turn In:
FLIPBOOK
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Quiz
Review for test on the World at 1500
Handout: 1500 Trade Routes
Lecture: Trade Routes of the 1500s
Homework:
Study for test Fri 28th *5 extra points if turn in a one page, one side, handwritten study guide
9/24/12
Religion begins with a consciousness that something is asked of us
Abraham Joshua Heschel
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Work on flipbook.
Homework:
Flipbook due 9/25
Quiz Tues 9/25
Study for test 9/28 *5 points extra credit if you turn in a one page, one side handwritten study guide
9/21/12
We have just enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another
Jonathon Swift
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Work on flipbook
Homework:
Flipbook due 9/25
Quiz: World at 1500 Tues 9/25
Test 9/28 *5 points extra credit on test if you turn in a one page, one side, handwrittten study guide
9/20/12
HATS testing day for 10th graders
Politics and science beat the path religion walks on
Anonymous
Turn In:
Eastern religions worksheet
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Handout: Review China and Japan
Lecture Aztec, Mayan, Incan
Homework:
Quiz tuesday 9/24
Flipbook project due 9/25
Test 9/28 *5 points extra credit if one page, one sided, handwritten study guide turned in on test day
9/19/12
Religion is as necessary to reason as reason is to religion. The one cannot exist without the other.
George Washington
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Review *special in class review where you can use your notes if you have them!
Handout: Review Mughal and intro China
Lecture: China and Japan
Homework:
Eastern Religions Worksheet
Work on flipbook due 9/25
*NOTE: TOMORROW IS THE 10TH GRADE HATS WRITING TEST. IF YOU MISS CLASS THEN YOU MUST ACCESS THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN CLASS VIA THE CLASS WIKI. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY- THIS INCLUDES ANY QUIZ MATERIALS and TURNING IN THE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT: EASTERN RELIGIONS
9/18/12
Religion: A daughter of Hope and Fear, explaining to Ignorance the nature of the Unknowable.
Ambrose Bierce The Devil’s Dictionary
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Handout: Review Safavid and introduce Mughal
Lecture Mughal
Homework:
flipbook due 9/25
9/17/12
Trade knows no flag
Andrew Carnegie
Trade follows the flag
James A. Froude
Turn In: Sunni Shiite worksheet if you didn't turn it in last Friday
Opening Question

Map of Ottoman Empire
Map Ottoman Empire.jpeg
Class Activities:
Handout: Review Ottoman and introduce Safavid
Lecture Safavid
Homework:
Work on flipbook due 9/25
9/14/12
Civilization and profits go hand in hand
Calvin Coolidge. U.S. President. Speech 1920
Turn In:
Sunni and Shiite worksheet or you can Monday
Class Activities:
Safety Day and Pep Rally
*review of how to use class wiki site and google docs
Homework:
Work on flipbook due 9/25
9/13/12
Number of Avon ladies in China: 15, 000
“Harper’s Index” Harper’s May 1993
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Handout: Ottoman Empire
Lecture: Ottoman Empire
Homework:
Worksheet comparing Sunni and Shiite Religions
9/12/12
Great empires die of indigestion
Napoleon
Turn In:
Timeline assignment
Class Activities:
Handout of Unit 1 What You Should Know : World 1500 , , ,
Pretest
Test date Wed 9/26/12 *5 extra points for one page, one sided, handwritten study guide turned in at time of test
Handout: Flip book Assignment – due 9/25, early bird due 9/24 and
Homework:

UNIT 1: World at 1500 Resources

UNIT 1: World at 1500
Resources
1. Flip book Assignment – due Monday 9/24, early bird due Fri 9/21 and
2. What You Should Know: World at 1500 , , ,
3. Review of the World at 1500
4. LECTURES
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5. Pretest
9-4-12
thru
9-11-12

Introductory Activities

9-11-12
An empire is founded by war has to maintain itself by war
Montesquieu
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Timeline assignment
Homework:
Timeline assignment due to be turned in at beginning of tomorrow’s class.
9-10-12
The empires of the future are empires of the mind
Winston Churchill
Turn In:
Overview of 4 Eras
Class Activities:
Review 4 Eras
Powerpoint used to review the 4 Eras
Activity: Timeline Assignment – due Wednesday 9/12 ,
Homework:
Activity: Timeline Assignment – due Wednesday 9/12
Class time given tomorrow for this assignment
9-7-12
The history of the world and its peoples in three words –“Born – troubled - died”
Carl Sandburg
Turn In:
Return signed syllabus page
Class Activities:
Map quiz
Activity: Overview of 4 World Eras and
Homework:
Complete Overview of 4 World Eras assignment
9-6-12
History is written by the winners
George Orwell
Turn In:
Return signed syllabus page
Class Activities:
Handout: World Map worksheet packet
Homework:
Return signed syllabus page by Friday
Map Quiz tomorrow
A fun review map site for the Middle East is http://www.rethinkingschools.org/just_fun/games/mapgame.html
9-5-12
History is not contained in thick books but lives in our very blood
Carl G. Jung
Turn In:
Return signed syllabus page
Class Activities:
Presentation: Maps – They Aren’t What You Think
Handout: general map page
Homework:
Return signed syllabus page by Friday
Map quiz on Fri Sept 7th
9-4-12
Historians…are the guardians of mankind’s collective memory.
Peter Geyl
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Exit: creation of full name and year of graduation on popsicle stick
Homework: return signed syllabus page by Friday
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