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 use your name, assignment title, and class period in the title of your document you drop. If I can't identify you then I can't award a grade.
How to add schoolspace to Google Chrome

Students' Friend World History Textbook
SOL Framework The State Standards and Fill-in-the-Blank reviews
AND

Excellent Time Line Site http://ehistory.osu.edu/world/timeline.cfm

NOTE: I use the following source book for most of my lectures. The man is quite brilliant and entertaining. This is the one book you should have in your library. A History of Modern Europe: From the Renaissance to the Present. by John Merriman

How to write an excellent essay-

DBQ- Document Based Questions: How to instructions , An analysis outline worksheet to be used when approaching DBQs An example with sample essayand grading rubric

NOTE: Daily Agendas with assignments are listed below the homework calendar; just scroll down.


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05-23-13 through 05-31-13 Last Unit Grade

This will serve as a test grade:

5-23-13
5 points Group report and personal reflection sent to me via email: For those who where absent- you will perform this activity on Thurs- but what the class did was to examine the restrictions a town might face in deciding where to place a new school (it involved strip clubs and tortoises)
20 points Two questions submitted below for our guest speaker on 5-27-13. Ms. Helen Whitehurst from Henrico County Public Schools Planning Office. Those who where absent should complete this before class on Tuesday 5-27-13


5-27-13 - guest speaker Ms. Helen Whitehurst from Henrico County Public Schools Planning
20 points two questions submitted below for our guest speaker Commissioner Pat O'Bannon and Henrico Planning Officer Ms. Bonnie Leigh




06-05-13 guest speakers Commissioner Pat O'Bannon and Henrico Commissioner for Planning Ms. Bonnie-Leigh Jones
10 points emailed thank you with authentic reflection/information point to our guest speakers
Ms. Helen Whitehurst from the school planning division
hswhiteh@henrico.k12.va.us

Ms. Bonnie-Leigh Jones from the county planning office
tuckahoeplanning@yahoo.com

Chairperson Henrico County Supervisors Ms. Pat O'Bannon
tuckahoe@county.henrico.va. us


Due 06-06-13
45 points answering in depth your assigned question. I expect double-spaced, 12 times New Roman Font, double spaced, one page paper. Please make sure to reference your experiences in the class activity and/or with the guest speakers.

1. What are the short and long term implications if a community/area opposes economic growth?
2. How do laws impact economic decision making regarding the environment?
3. Are the vested interest groups more effective than others as it relates to decisions made relative to the environment? Why?
4. Other than laws, what can impede economic growth in certain circumstances?




04-29-13 to 05-15-13 Unit 14: Modern World and SOL review
Date
Agenda
05-10- 13
I think therefore I am
Rene Descartes

Turn in: nothing

Class:

  • read to summarize America's modern role
http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/printable/section.asp?id=13

Homework
complete this review page to study for quiz on monday
05-09-13
investigate Eastern European developments in modern times
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KkILeKCCVHfdUbSxzJ5Oe4tq82LCuhNHQipHSDde3_g/edit
05-08-13
What we really are matters more than what people think of us
Jawaharlal Nehru
Turn In:

In Class:

Examination of Terrorism
Examination of Modern India
Worksheet on India

Homework: Compete refresher worksheet on India?
05-07-13
Turn In- nothing

In class
Hotel Rwanda

Homework
none
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.

Edward Teller

Turn In:
In Class:
  • Hotel Rwanda

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

Turn In: Africa anagram

In Class:
Hotel Rwanda

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

Turn In:

In Class:
Review fake SOL
Development of modern Africa

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

Turn In: Middle East questions

In Class:
World Industrialization and Globalization
Define economic terms

Homework:
Define economic terms
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:
Answer Entry ticket question
Continue Middle East activity
Take fake SOL?
Answer questions on Middle East document

Homework:
Answer questions on Middle East document
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: sms conversation or link
In Class:
Test Nav
Middle East

1. Arab Israeli conflicts
2. Kamal Ataturk
3. Khomeni and Iran Rev
4. Palestine
5. Zionism and Pan Arabism

Activity: Middle East
Directions
1. Task Create a study guide style summary, in your own words, of the information as found on your particular topic. Put your summary on the provided chart paper (title it!) and post your summary in the classroom. Make sure all group members’ names are listed. Make it clean, clear, colorful and effective!
2. Create 2 short questions classmates should be able to answer based on your summary information. Caution: make the questions purposeful; no easy questions! You will post your questions to the Google doc https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdHY3VFZWOXBDYnpJZW5ocXBDVncyNGc&hl=en&authkey=CN_IiNAF
Remember to include your topic name on the spreadsheet.

Homework:




04-15-13 to 04-26-13 Unit 13: Cold War
Date
Agenda
04-26-13
“America has been in existence for 150 years and this is the level she has reached. We have existed not quite 42 years and in another seven years we will be on the same level as America. When we catch you up, in passing you by, we will wave to you.”
Nikita Khrushchev, July 24, 1959

Turn In

In Class
Summarize: who won the cold war via Edmodo account

QUIZ GRADE Using SMS Generator site at
http://www.classtools.net/SMS/
and using your assigned role from the list below you are to create a conversation on the SMS generator. So you will not be writing an essay but rather creating a conversation in which you reveal your answers/knowledge.

Persons to role-play and assigned questions.

1. You are President Nixon. Explain three reasons why you believe a more peaceful relationship with the Soviet Union is possible and desirable.
2. You are President Nixon. Explain three reasons why you believe a more peaceful relationship with China is possible and desirable.
3. You are Leonid Brezhnev, leader of the Communist Party and ruler of the Soviet Union during the 1970s. Explain three reasons why you believe a more peaceful relationship with the United States is possible and desirable.
4. You are Deng Xiaoping, a major leader of Communist China during the late 1970s. Explain three reasons why you believe a more peaceful relationship with the United States is possible and desirable.
5. You are a journalist whose assignment was the administration of Ronald Reagan. A new reporter has come to work at your magazine. She asks you how the policies of President Reagan toward the Soviet Union in the 1980s were different from those of Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Carter, presidents who had preceded Reagan. You want to be helpful with your answer. What will you tell her?
6. You are a teacher who wants to explain to your junior high students how the détente of the 1970s was different from the Cold War competition of the 1950s and 1960s. What will you tell your students?
7. You are asked to explain to some of your fellow students the costs and benefits of President Reagan’s approach toward the Soviet Union. What would you tell them?
8. You are Mikhail Gorbachev, who was General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union during the years 1985-1991. Some U.S. high school students ask you these three questions:
What was “perestroika”?
Give us two examples of specific actions you had the Soviet government take to carry out “perestroika.”
Explain why you decided the policy of “perestroika” was important for the Soviet Union.
9. You are the author of a junior high school history textbook. In the book you are given one page to describe how the Cold War came to an end. Write an outline of what you might say on that page and

Homework
finish above assignment
04-25-13
“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 Khrushchev, November 18, 1956

Turn In

In Class

quiz
End of Cold War: Reagan, Gorbachev, Thatcher

Homework:
Work on project. Due Fri April 26th
04-24-13
We're eyeball to eyeball, and I think the other fellow just blinked. Dean Rusk

Turn In:

In Class:
  • Lecture: Cuban Missile Crisis- Nam- Afghanistan


Homework:
Work on project. Due Fri April 26th but early bird is Thur April 25th
Quiz tomorrow
04-23-13
“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:

In Class:
  • End of Cold War
  • Nassar and Meir (Middle East)
  • Reagan, Thatcher, Gorbachev, Perestroika and Glasnost

Homework:
04-22-13
“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:
  • Lecture: Korea, Nam
  • Losing Soviet control video

Homework:
Quiz on Thur
04-19-13
“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:

Homework:
04-18-13
“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:
better cuban missile crisis

In Class:
  • Lecture: topics
  • Berlin Wall ….movie

Homework:
Tomorrow you will have class time to work on the myhistro project
04-17-13
The Cold War began with the division of Europe. It can only end when Europe is whole.
George H W Bush
Turn In: Arab Israeli Conflict worksheet

In Class:
  • Lecture: Cold War. Topics: Japan, Germany, iron curtain, truman and marshall, sputnik, berlin wall up, cuban missile crisis
  • Intro MyHisto research project

Homework:
Cuban Missile crisis worksheet
04-16-13
“The seeds of totalitarian regimes are nurtured by misery and want.”
Harry Truman
Turn In:

In Class:

Homework:
Worksheet Arab Israeli Conflict
04-15-13
The Cold War began with the division of Europe. It can only end when Europe is whole.
George H W Bush

Turn In: Extra credit option (Armenian Genocide)

In Class:

Homework:
none
Resources
Cold War
How Stuff Works: Overview of the Cold War http://history.howstuffworks.com/cold-war/general-cold-war-history.htm
How Stuff Works: How the Cold War Was Waged
http://history.howstuffworks.com/cold-war/general-cold-war-history2.htm
How Stuff Works: Who Won The Cold War
http://history.howstuffworks.com/cold-war/who-won-cold-war.htm
America's Role Post Cold War
http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/printable/section.asp?id=13
CNN: Technology of the Cold War
http://web.archive.org/web/20080316020517/www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/cold.war/experience/technology/
CNN: Spies of the Cold War
http://web.archive.org/web/20080316020454/www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/cold.war/experience/spies/
CNN: Bombs of the Cold War
http://web.archive.org/web/20080316014700/www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/cold.war/experience/the.bomb/

Standards and Reviews
and


03-26-13- 04-12-13 Unit 12: World War II
Date
Agenda


04-12-13
Turn in.
In class:
test
Homework:
04-11-13
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:
Nuremberg Trial
Effects of the war – rebuilding Japan
Post war worksheet

Homework:
Test tomorrow
04-10-13
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:

In class:
Lecture: Pacific War
End of the war and conferences
Worksheet Know you conferences.

Homework:
Test April 12th
04-09-13
What was gunpowder? Trivial. What was electricity. Meaningless. This Atomic Bomb is the Second Coming in Wrath
Winston Churchill

Turn in: paper on anti Japanese sentiment

In class:
Genocide

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

Homework:
Pacific island hopping- identification worksheet
04-08-13
This is a cold, cold war – do you know what you are fighting for?
Janelle Monae

Turn in:

In class:
Lecture Homefront
DBQ Anti Japanese sentiment
Document Based Question (DBQ) and written response: Anti Japanese Sentiment in the US
  1. 1. Go to http://edsitement.neh.gov/lesson-plan/turning-tide-pacific-1941-1943#section-16357
  2. 2.On the left column choose Lesson Activities
  3. 3.Choose Activity 3 Anti Japanese Sentiment in the United States
  4. 4.Read the primary sources and view the primary images in order to compose an essay answer to the following:
Based on their reading of these documents and images, students should then write an essay in response to the following:
  • "How did the attack on Pearl Harbor affect American attitudes toward the Japanese?
  • How do you think this affected the way the Pacific War was fought?"
This means your essay answer should refer to the documents/images as evidence for your answers. You may simply refer to them in parenthesis such as (How to Tell…)
Answer needs to be in Times New Roman, 12 font, double spaced, numbered pages, with your name!

Check out the book On the Corner of Bitter and Sweetif you find this interesting

Homework:
Test April 12th
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:
Movie Clips: Sarah’s Key

Homework:
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:

In class:
Quiz *we will quiz at the end of class so you have time to review
Lecture
Review chart of battles

Homework:
Complete review chart of battles if necessary
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:

In class:
3-2-1 What do you remember
Review Crash Course on WWII on youtube.- just search for it. Unfortunately it is too big for me to upload here.
Review with lecture and worksheets

Access Fill in blank standards 12a-c, study guides, and student’s friend textbook if you need further background

Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
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:
Begin WWII
What do you know?
Intro with Chronology exercise
Textbook references:
Map of expansion p 788
Danzig and polish corridor p 790
Basic battles pp 791-795
US, Balkans, and Pacific pp 796-800
Holocaust pp. 801-803
End of the war pp 804-809

Homework:
Quiz on Thursday
Resources
World War II
Lectures



Extra Credit due April 15th

Standards, Fill in's, and Reviews

Textbook references:
Map of expansion p 788
Danzig and polish corridor p 790
Basic battles pp 791-795
US, Balkans, and Pacific pp 796-800
Holocaust pp. 801-803
End of the war pp 804-809


03-13-13 - 03-22-13 Unit 11: The Interwar Years: Depressions and Dictators
Date
Agenda
03-22-13
Test
03-21-13
Appeasement: An infallible method of conciliating a tiger is to allow oneself to be swallowed
Ronald Adeneuer
Turn in:
In class
DBQ review circle
1.
2.
3.
4.
Work on review questions
Homework:
Test tomorrow March 22
03-20-13
Contract: an agreement that is binding on the weaker party.
Frederick Sawyer
Turn in: Worksheet China, Ethiopia, and Spain
In class
Rise of Hitler…
quiz
Questions for review
Homework:
Questions for review
Test Mar 22nd
03-19-13
We promise according to our hopes and perform according to our fears
La Rochefoucauld
Turn in: Attacking great depression worldwide
In class
Activity: Totalitarianism
Lecture: Rise of Dictators
worksheet 1930s Aggression and Depression
Homework:
Worksheet 1930s Aggression and Depression
quiz tomorrowhttp://www.wikispaces.com/site/embedthumbnail/file/Concept%20Totalitarian%20activity%20students.pdf?h=52&w=320
03-18-13
Promises and pie crusts are made to be broken
Jonathon Swift
Turn in: answers to Mandate System questions
In class
Question of the Day: How did most of Ireland finally gain its independence from Britain? What areas still remain united to Britain today?
Activity: predictions of Great Depression
Intro document to Great Depression
Lecture Great Depression
Homework:
03-15-13
Governments keep their promises only when they are forced to do so, or when it will be to their advantage.
Napoleon
Turn in: fill in standards 11a-c
In class
Activity: Mandate System- examination and answer questions
Worksheet to complete
Primary sources to use to complete worksheet

Homework:
Answer questions on Mandate System
03-14-13
Peace, n. In international affairs, a period of cheating between two periods of fighting
Ambrose Bierce
Turn in:
In class
Opening of New Unit: Depression and Dictators
Examining interwar rivalry and art
http://www.anselm.edu/academic/history/hdubrulle/ModernEurope/Class2012/grading/food/fdwk13a.htm
Video: Make Germany pay
Lecture: League of Nations and Mandate system
  1. Why can it be said that World War I "ushered in a new era?" What "new" political, economic, social, military, conditions dominated Europe by the end of the 1920s?
2. What is the Balfour Plan?
Homework:
Complete the fill in the blank standards 11a-c :)
Resources
for Interwar
Years






02-28 through 3-13 Unit 10 World War I and the Russian Revolution
Date
Agenda


3-13-13
The rarest and most admirable quality of public life, moral courage
Benjamin Disraeli
Turn In:
In Class:
general review materials for your own knowledge and for end of year testing
1. basic study guide
2. Fill in blank study guide
3. 2 page review questions and
Homework:
3-12-13
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:
In 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
Current issues
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/19/world/europe/armenians-vote-in-closely-watched-ballot.html?_r=0
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?
  • What factors led to the massacre of Armenians?
  • What methods were used to carry out the 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?
  • How did Hitler later use the Armenian Genocide to further his own goals?
  • 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?
Homework:
Complete any class activities not finished in class.
Homework:
3-11-13
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:
In Class:
Russian Revolution skits
Homework:
3-08-13
“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: student self and peer assessment
In Class:
Homework:
Skits due monday - guest judges
3-07-13
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:
In Class:
Homework:
complete self and peer assessment - have printed copy to turn in tomorrow
3-06-13
SNOW DAY!
3-05-13
We're eyeball to eyeball, and I think the other fellow just blinked. Dean Rusk
Turn In:
In Class:
  • John Maynard Keynes The Economic Consequences of the Peace 1919
  • Worksheet on Versailles
Homework:

3-04-13
“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:
In Class:
  • Activity: Treaty of Versailles – what problems confront peacemakers
  • Lecture: Treaty of Versailles
  • Video Century of Self: WWI & Freudian forces of mankind unleashed - once baser instincts of man let out then no pulling back in. vs Woodrow's concept of individual man and his individual rights
Homework:
3-01-13
“Berlin is the testicles of the West, every time I want the West to scream, I squeeze on Berlin.”
Nikita Khrushchev, 1962.
Turn In: Worksheet Causes of WWI
In Class:
Homework:
2-28-13
“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:
  • Open WWI
  • Assign teams to answer questions by unit end – workdate Wednesday 3/6- due 3/7 end and test grade!
Homework:
Worksheet defining causes of WWI
Resources
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02-14 through 2-27 Unit 9 Imperialism
Date
Agenda
02-26-13
“The seeds of totalitarian regimes are nurtured by misery and want.”
Harry Truman
Turn In:
In Class:
Review activities
Homework:
Test tomorrow
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:
  • Respond to Google Docs prompt

  • Nationalism Imperialism Old Identities
Homework:
complete response
Test Wed 2/27
02-22-13
Communism is a religion, and none the less potent for being a secular one
J.F. C. Fuller
Turn in:
In class
Self paced worksheets on Imperialism using PowerPoint
and
Homework:
none
02-21-13
Turn in:
In class
Complete any remaining work on Nationalism India/Ottoman Empire
Lecture notes on Imperialism India and Middle East
Homework:
Use worksheet to review knowledge of Imperialism in India/Middle East
02-20-13
This war, like the next war, is a war to end war
David Lloyd George, British prime minister
Turn in:
In class
Movie
Class work: timelines and examination of Nationalism and Imperialism in India and Ottoman Empire
Homework:
02-19-13
Come on, you sons of bitches! Do you want to live forever?
Dan Daly, Marine sergeant
Turn in: should have made comments from Boer War v Iraq War reading on google docs under agenda date 02-15-13
In class
One Google Docs warm up question

Movie: When We Were Kings
Homework:
none
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: print copy of answers to questions on Mini DBQ Africa
In class
Google Docs question

Brief lecture to set the scene for movie
Movie: When we were kings
Homework:
Read the Boer War vs the Iraq War AND post to the google doc what you think are any two MAIN ideas which you should carry from that article
article
answer these questions

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
Quiz
Read Mini DBQ Africa docs to answer questions
File Not Found
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Homework:
Answer questions from reading – using documents only. No need to research or go further than the documents provided
*have print copy ready to turn in beginning of class
Resources
Imperialism
For a clean simple guide to the bare minimum, look to state standard 9d-e. Test yourself with the fill-in-the-blank version.AND
Lecture Imperialism in Africa



02-07-13 through 02-12-13 Mini Unit: La Belle Epoche and Those Russians. *resources found below agenda date of 02-07-13
Date
Daily Agenda
02-14-13
Turn In: Ah! Those Russians worksheet
In class
Round Robin on Russians
Answer Key to Round Robin

Homework:
quiz tomorrow
you can view class generated questions through this link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdFlwQ3lTRGVfTXNyZ0ZhR2RhbkdWWWc&usp=sharing
link to class generated questions on the Acton Tsarism reading
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdHFSMkFjNWQ5cEhvejlmOEJJQlYzbXc&usp=sharing
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: link to google generated question
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdHFSMkFjNWQ5cEhvejlmOEJJQlYzbXc&usp=sharing
In class
We will watch videos on Nicholas I and Alexander II then watch video on Alexander II and Alexander III
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXPP1j1yahg&feature=related
and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PFQ7Th_rAs&NR=1
Complete worksheet on Russian
Homework:
complete worksheet on Russians - quiz on thursday
02-11-13
The first of earthly blessings, independence
Edward Gibbon
Turn in:
In class:
Update- discussion of Tsar and West reading by Acton
great outline on Russians
Homework:
Finish annotations of article- here is the ppt of prompt questions
Complete Google Prompt

02-08-13
Turn In:
Class:
La Belle Epoche poster is due
Read Tsarism and the West by Edward Acton
http://www.raleighcharterhs.org/faculty/bnewmark/EURO/Russia%20Tsarism%20and%20the%20West.pdf
Homework
complete the reading if necessary
02-07-13
Turn In: nothing
Class:
La Belle Epoche
Activity: La Belle Epoche poster - it is a quiz grade.
Homework
you will be given a very short time in Friday's class to complete the poster


01-29-13 through 02-06-13 Unit 8: Industrial Revolution * resources found below agenda date 01-29-13
Date
Daily Agenda
02-06-13
Industrial Revolution Test
02-05-13
When there is no Desire; there will be no Industry
John Locke
Turn In:
In Class:
Seminar: Can you define progress?
Homework:
Test tomorrow on Industrial Revolution
02-04-13
Plow deep while Sluggards sleep
Ben Franklin
Turn In: Marxist Reading questions
In Class:
Quiz on political and economic isms
Lecture on IR- complete lecture
Lets talk Darwin
How does Poverty Threaten Liberty?
Homework:
Test on Wednesday
02-01-13
Diligence overcomes Difficulties; Sloth makes them
Ben Franklin
Turn In:
In Class
Discussion: Read for knowledge on the main ideas of Marxist socialism and the differences from the Utopian socialists using the given readings
http://www.marxists.org/glossary/people/o/w.htm#owen-robert
http://www.historyguide.org/intellect/lecture24a.html
http://www.aei.org/article/politics-and-public-opinion/the-rise-and-fall-of-socialism-speech/
Review chart of social progress
http://chaffeyaphistory.homestead.com/files/socialchangeshistory.html
Complete semester two pretest of general knowledge found on schoolspace- completion grade
Homework:
Read article on Marx- complete reading questions and
Homework
If you want a vid review of capitalism v communism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3u4EFTwprM
Quiz on political and economic isms tuesday
Test next Wednesday
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:
Discuss child labor issues and textile industry
Activity: isms political
Class discussion: isms economic using spectrum chart
Homework:
Read article on China “The Secret Document”
http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2012/01/20/145360447/the-secret-document-that-transformed-china
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:
In Class:
Food for Thought
Lecture: Industrial Revolution
Video Peterloo massacre and abolitionist movt at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Wh-69I8aCA&feature=relmfu
Investigate and answer: what are the Corn Laws and the impact of those laws?
Homework:
Review the Sadler Investigation on textile workers
http://www.raleighcharterhs.org/faculty/bnewmark/EURO/SadlerCommission.htm
Watch video on child labor in IR at www.youtube.com/watch?v=87eVOpbcoVo
01-29-13
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: DBQ on Italy
In Class:
Review midterm
Intro to Industrial Revolution (IR)
Watch youtube video on the beginnings of the IR
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhJllu2gVSs
Lecture: Industrial Revolution
Homework:
Familiarize yourself with the notes. Open this page then scroll all the way down to see the links for notes
http://www.historyteacher.net/APEuroCourse/EHAP_Topics/EHAP-Topic-IndutrialRevolution.htm
Watch youtube video on the beginnings of the IR
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhJllu2gVSs
Lecture: Industrial Revolution
Review Basic powerpoint in resources
Resources for Industrial
Revolution Unit
Basic Note and Class Lectures





01-07-13 through 01-18-13 Unit 7: Latin American, South American Independence Mov'ts, Congress of Vienna, Revolutions of 1848 and finally, Unification of Italy and Germany * resources found below agenda date 01-07-13


01-18-13
A man who has not been in Italy is always conscious of an inferiority
Samuel Johnson
Turn In:
In Class:
Unification of Italy and Germany- in two days!
Primary document packet on German Unification
Homework:
study for midterm!
01-17-13
Nationalism is today the world’s idolatrous religion
C. Wright Mills The Causes of World War III (1958)
Turn In:
In Class:
Unification of Italy and Germany- in two days!
Primary document packet on Italian Unification
Homework:
none
01-16-13
Nations. like men, have their various ages- infancy, maturity, old age
Napoleon
Turn In: quiz on Congress of Vienna
In Class:
Review 1848 with graphic organizer
begin lecture Unification Italy and Germany
Homework:
01-15-13
History does not move in a straight line, but by zigzags
Lenin
Turn In: simple fill in notes on Congress of Vienna
In Class:
Review Congress of Vienna
entry ticket
Mad Dash assigned questions pertaining to PowerPoint lecture: Revolutions of 1848
Take home quiz on Congress of Vienna
Homework:
Take home quiz on Congress of Vienna
01-14-13
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:
Examination of group decisions regarding Congress of Vienna
Animated map explanation
Quick walk through of notes via PowerPoint Congress of Vienna
Homework:
Simple fill in notes on Congress of Vienna using PowerPoint
and ppt
01-11-13
True heroism consists in rising superior to misfortune
Napoleon
Turn In: Napoleon Hero or Tyrant?
In Class:
Quiz LA and SA Independence mov’ts
Intro Congress of Vienna group activity investigating options
Homework:
none
01-10-13
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:
Lecture: LA and SA Independence Mov’ts
Assigned question
Monroe Doctrine activity
The Monroe Doctrine, especially in context of World History. 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
Homework:
Napoleon project due early bird Thur 1/10 and due date Fri 1/11. In both cases by 4 pm
Quiz on LA and SA tomorrow
01-09-13
Few men are brave by nature, but good discipline and experience make may so
Machiavelli
Turn In:
In Class:
Lecture: LA and SA Independence mov’s
Answer assigned question
Homework:
Napoleon project due early bird Thur 1/10 and due date Fri 1/11. In both cases by 4 pm
01-08-13
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:
Quiz
Moving on to Latin American and South American Independence mov’ts
Complete worksheet on LA and SA mov’ts *handed out in class
Review intro ppt on LA and SA revolutions – be prepared!
Homework:
Napoleon project due early bird Thur 1/10 and due date Fri 1/11. In both cases by 4 pm
Review intro ppt on LA and SA revolutions – be prepared
01-07-13
The right to wave your fist ends where your neighbor’s nose begins
American Saying
Turn In: nothing
In Class:
Lecture: we will kill off Napoleon today!
Quiz on Napoleon tomorrow * military issues
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
Napoleon project due early bird Thur 1/10 and due date Fri 1/11. In both cases by 4 pm
Resources
LECTURES:
Introduction to Latin and South American Independence Mov't
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andand
EXCELLENT VIDEO on Haitian Revolution
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A_o-nU5s2U

12/06/12
to
12/21/12
Unit 6: French Revolution and Napoleon (resources found below agenda date 12.06)



12-21-12
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:
Video on Napoleon?
Time for project. Napoleon: Hero or Tyrant?
Homework:
Napoleon: Hero or Tyrant? Early Bird due Jan 10th - final due date Jan 11th
12-20-12
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: Worksheet Webquest. Napoleon: Military Russia and UK
In Class
Lecture
Time to work with classmate on test project. Napoleon: Hero or Tyrant?
Homework:
Napoleon: Hero or Tyrant?
Early Bird due Jan 10th - final due date Jan 11th
12-19-12
Terrorism and deception are weapons not of the strong but of the weak
Mohandas K. Gandhi
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture Napoleon
Homework:
Worksheet: Webquest. Napoleon Military Russia and UK
12-18-12
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear
George Orwell
Turn In:
Worksheets Rise of Napoleon and Impact of Napoleon
In Class
Introduce Test Grade project: Napoleon: Hero or Tyrant?
Lecture
Homework:
12-17-12
For God’s sake, let us freely hear both sides!
Thomas Jefferson
Turn In:
In Class
1. Finish and turn in by end of class (not the end of day) French Revolution – A book
2. Read for your own comprehension Student’s Friend # 115, 117-119
3. Complete worksheets Rise of Napoleon and Impact of Napoleon
NOTE: do not do the Bonus Question on Rise of Napoleon AND you may bullet point answer to The Big Question on Impact of Napoleon
and
Homework:
Read for your own comprehension Student’s Friend # 115, 117-119
Complete worksheets Rise of Napoleon and Impact of Napoleon
u12-14-12
The right to speak out is also the duty to speak out
Vladimir Pozner
Turn In:
In Class
Quiz on Fr Rev
Work on digital book – due Monday 17th
Homework:
Work on digital book – due Monday 17th
12-13-12
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolutions inevitable
John Kennedy
Turn In:
In Class
Importance of Decl. of Rights of Man and Citizen
Begin review sheets
Note pretest questions and this excellent site of questions
http://www.raleighcharterhs.org/faculty/bnewmark/euroquizzes.html
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow
12-12-12
A revolution (is)…an act of violence whereby one class shatters the authority of another
James MacGregor Burns
Turn In:
In Class
Video
Work on digital or altered book
Homework:
12-11-12
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
Video French Rev.
Homework:
A tale of two cities: Fr Revolution, Dickens, and Bastille
12-10-12
Man is an imitative animal
Thomas Jefferson
Turn In:
In Class
Petition of Jews to Nat’l Assembly
Video – question worksheet
Homework:
12-07-12
We use ideas merely to justify our evil, and speech merely to conceal our ideas
Voltaire
Turn In: outline notes student’s friend #111-114
In Class
Video – there is a video notepage but I don’t think it will begin until further into the video; maybe next Monday
Homework:
12-06-12
Were there a people of gods, their government would be democratic
Rousseau
Turn In:
In Class
1. intro book project
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2. discuss French Revolution and its importance
3. discuss Crane’s anatomy of a revolution
4. copy timeline/graphic organizer
5. read and outline student’s friend paragraph # 111-114. Student's Friend textbook is found on the top of this wiki.
Homework:
Make yourself aware of documents that are posted to wiki
Complete student's friend notes of paragraphs # 111-114



Resources for
French Revolution
and Napoleon
LECURE THE ONE USED IN CLASS
LECTURE and
OUTLINES, NOTES,WORKSHEETS, AND REVIEW DOCS
or
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Notes
http://courses.cvcc.vccs.edu/history_mcgee/courses/his102/his102ln04.html
PRIMARY SOURCES
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11/26/12
to
12/05/12
Unit 5: Age of Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment (resources found below agenda date 11.26)
12-05-12
The enlightened are involved without being attached
Turn In:
In Class
1. test
Homework:
12-04-12
Those who cannot think or take responsibility for themselves need, and clamor for, a leader.
Hermann Hesse
Turn In:
In Class
Salon
RUBRIC
Salon attendance sheet- get signatures and comments from guests...
Homework:
Test tomorrow and salon spectrum
12-03-12
A king can stand people’s fighting, but he can’t last long if people start thinking
Will Rogers
Turn In: Essay Locke/Hobbes
In Class
1. Lecture Enlightenment
2. Debate activity Montesquieu v Rousseau
3. Exit ticket: Locke
Homework:
1. Salon tomorrow
2. Test Wednesday
11-30-12
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. Discuss and note Salon to be held on Tuesday 12/4/12
2. Lecture on Enlightenment
3. Debate Activity: Hobbes v Locke and the Nature of Man
Homework:
One page essay on Locke or Hobbes….
There is plenty of posted review material and test is on Wed. Dec 5th.
Prepare for Salon role on Tues Dec 4th
11-29-12
It is legal because I wish it so.
Louis XIV
Turn In: DBQ essay on Scientific Inquiry…AND Terms to Know
In Class
1. Enlightenment Provoke
2. Lecture on Enlightenment: You Enlight My Life
Homework:
11-28-12
In China the sovereign is worshipped as a god. That I think is how it ought to be
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class
1. Brief Review Worksheet
2. Read "There Was No Such Thing as the Scientific Revolution" - essay by historian Steven Shapin
and briefly respond on Edmodo if you find this to be a valid point of view: Why or why not?
3. Respond to DBQ Scientific Inquiry – quiz grade
Homework:
DBQ on Scientific Inquiry * quiz grade
Identification Terms due tomorrow
11-27-12
The greatest slave in a kingdom is generally the king of it.
Fulke Greville
Turn In:
In Class
1. Finish video Infinitely Reasonable
2. Lecture Notes Scientific Revolution – A basic primer
Homework:
Post to Edmodo: You are one of the great scientists of the Enlightenment. Post Why I Am So Grand entry. Witty humor is encouraged.
Identification Terms due Thursday 11/29
11-26-12
The great tragedy of Science – the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact
T.H. Huxley
Turn In:
In Class
1. Discuss great change
2. Read and note student’s friend 108, 109
3. Video Infinitely Reasonable
Homework:
Terms to know – due
Note unit resources available on wiki
Resources on Age of
Scientific Revolution
and
Enlightenment
LECTURES , ,
REVIEW RESOURCES , , , , , , and a basic review
SOURCE NOTES
1. "Origins of the Scientific Revolution" (Prof. Paul Halsall, Fordham University)
2. "The Scientific Revolution in the 17c" (Prof. Paul Halsall, Fordham University)
3. "Scientific Awakening: 1500 to 1800" (Dr. Brent Strong, Brigham Young University)
4. lecture outline --> "Revolutions in Science and Thought " (Prof. David McGee (Central Virginia Community College)
SALON- Spectrum exercise worksheet to be completed after the Salon

11/07/12
to
11/21/12
Unit 4: Age of Absolutism and English Civil War and Birth of Constituional Monarchy (resources found below agenda date 11.7)
11-21-12
Test absolutism and English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
11-20-12
Turn In
Class
Review Activities
1. go over pretest
2. Grand "wrap up" review document
3. review quiz of Eng Civil War and Glorious Revolution
Homework
Test tomorrow- no essay!
11-19-12
Turn In
Class
1. Quiz on Eng Civil War and Glorious Revolution
2. Read G Durand- absolutism is a myth
3. Headlines writing activity
Homework -
11-16-12
Turn In: Nothing
Class
Activity and discussion of English Civil War Docs
Readings into English documents

Homework:
Test on Absolutism and English Civil War and Glorious Revolution Wednesday 11/21
QUIZ on English Civil War and Glorious Revolution on Monday 11/19
11-15-12
The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance- it is the illusion of knowledge
Daniel J. Boorstin
Turn In:
In Class
Finish Lecture: English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
Video BBC History of Britain
Homework:
Test on Absolutism and English Civil War and Glorious Revolution Wednesday 11/21
11-14-12
NOTE- I have altered our plans so that we have more time to watch the BBC production The History Of Britian
Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance.
**//Will Durant//**
Turn In: worksheet on English Civil War
In Class
Lecture: English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
BBC Video
Test Wednesday 11/21
11-13-12
In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
Desiderius Erasmus
Turn In:
In Class
Discussion of Absolutism Readings
Lecture English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
Homework:
Worksheet using textbook on English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
11-12-12
The Scientific Revolution: It put a scientific criterion in the place of personal authority
Claude Bernard
Turn In:
In Class
quiz
Lecture: Absolutism or It is good to be king
Discussion of major absolutism elements
Activity: assigned readings
Homework:
Assigned readings on Absolutism

11-9-12
There are two passions which have a powerful influence on the affairs of men. These are ambition and avarice.
Benjamin Franklin
Turn In: time line on English civil war
Class Activities:
Lecture: Absolutism or It is good to be king
Homework:
Complete worksheet on absolutism - optional
Quiz on Monday
11-8-12
A fool and his money are soon parted
James Howell
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Lecture: Absolutism or It is good to be king
Homework:
For the discussion of the English Civil War and the birth of constitutionalism, the students should prepare a simple timeline of the major political events from the reign of James I to that of William I.
11-7-12
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: mind map
Class Activities:
Read Student’s Friend textbook #101 and 107 – briefly outline and summarize in tweet on Edmodo
http://henrico.edmodo.com/home
Lecture: Absolutism or It is good to be king
Students are assigned an absolute ruler and are to provide a brief bio on Edmodo – may speak on voice of character
Homework:
Students are assigned an absolute ruler and are to provide a brief bio on Edmodo – may speak on voice of character
http://henrico.edmodo.com/home
Resources
for Age of
Absolutism
and English
Constitutional
Monarchy
Lectures

Primary Readings Assignments

Textbook worksheets for your own review and


10/26-11/05/12 Unit 3: Age of Discovery *Note: Resources can be found at the bottom of this unit (below 10/26/12 agenda)
Date

11-06-12
NO SCHOOL! but explorers mind map due tomorrow
11-05-12
We are all inclined to judge ourselves by our ideals: others by their acts
Harold Nicolson
Turn In:

Class Activities:
In class essay completion: DBQ on sugar trade
Homework:
Mind map due tomorrow


11-02-12
Being steeped in the process of learning and exploring keeps me from becoming too nervous. Partly it's about not getting bored.
Renee Fleming
Turn In:

Class Activities:
quiz
Guns, Germs, Steel
Homework:
1. Advised not required: Discuss sugar trade essay on edmodo in preparation of Monday’s DBQ
2. You have received a copy of the DBQ documents used on Monday though you have not been provided the prompt. You should take this weekend to label the documents in preparation for the writing on Monday. Use DBQ analysis/outline guide provided
Documents for Sugar DBQ
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3. read Background Sugar Essay
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4. Monday Nov 5th- in class, timed DBQ on explorers as test grade
5. No class on Tuesday
6. Explorers mind map due Wed. Nov 7th
11-1-12
A Deluge of Words and a Drop of Sense Thomas Fuller
Turn In:

Class Activities:
Lecture
Acivity: Mercantalism
Classwork: Global Age of Mercantilism
Article: Comparing East India Tea Company to Modern Corporations www.economist.com/node/21541753
Homework:
quiz tomorrow
10-31-12
Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of our science Ralph Waldo Emerson
Turn In: Digging Deeper into Castillo’s Diaries

Class Activities:
Examining Primary Resources: Santangel and Castillo

and

Homework:
Digging Deeper into Castillo’s diaries
Homework:
Quiz Thursday


10-30-12
Although this work is a History, I believe it to be true Mark Twain
Turn In: completion check Explorers Packet

Class Activities:
Visual: Trade Routes
Examining Primary Resources: Santangel and Castillo

and

Homework:
Digging Deeper into Castillo’s diaries
10-29-12
Hello Sandy! No school
10-26-12
Life without friendship is no life at all.
Cicero
Turn In:

Class Activities:
Explorers Pretest
Lecture: Will The Real Columbus Stand Up, Please
Handout: So Began The Great Age Of Exploration
Handout Mind Map due Nov 7th - quiz grade -
Blog :
http://henrico.edmodo.com/home
Code rbtqak. You are assigned one of the following from the handout So Began The Great Age Of Exploration.
1. Columbus
2. de Gama
3. Magellan
4. Columbian Exchange
Make a comment on the blog as if you are there.
Respond to one other classmate’s posting – remaining in character role assigned.
Homework:
Finish blog posting
Packet: Explorer’s Packet – due Monday Oct 29 for completion check
Resources for
Age of Discovery
Explorers
Unit
Intro
Quiz Grade
Mercantilism
Lectures and and the one used 11/1
Primary Sources: Santagel and Castillo and/or and primary analysis sheet
DBQ Sugar Trade (to be posted....)
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Review items


10/16-10/25/12 Unit 2: Reformation *Note: Resources can be found at the bottom of this unit (below 10/16/12 agenda)
Date

10-25-12
Setting too good an Example is a Kind of Slander seldom forgiven
Benjamin Franklin

Turn In:
Class Activities:
DBQ on Reformation in class

Homework:
10-24-12
Great change dominates the world, and unless we move with change we will become its victims.
John F. Kennedy
Turn In:
Class Activities:
test
Homework:
10-23-12
Doubt is the vestibule which all must pass before they can enter into the temple of wisdom.
C. C. Colton

Turn In: Religious Wars Chart #2 Thirty Years War
Class Activities:
DBQ - How To

Reviews- worksheets

Homework:
Test tomorrow- no essay
10-22-12
On the outside of things seek the differences; on the inside, for likenesses.
J. C. Hare

Turn In: Religious Wars chart and worksheet
In Class
DBQ practice

Homework:
Religious wars chart and worksheet Thirty Years War using Religious Wars powerpoint

10-19-12
Societies, like individuals, have their crises and their spiritual revolutions.
R. H. Tawney

Turn In: worksheet on Reformation spreads
Class Activities:
Lecture: Eek! The Reformation spreads and some will lose their heads!
Homework:Complete religious wars worksheet and chart France and Peasants War using Religious Wars powerpoint
10-18-12
I should have no compassion on these witches; I would burn all of them.
Martin Luther

Turn In:
Class Activities:
Lecture: Reformation: Eek, the Reformation spreads….
Homework:
Complete worksheet on Reformation spreads

10-17-12
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: worksheet Marin Luther
Class Activities:
Lecture: Martin Luther Twinkle twinkle little star, Luther how come you strayed so far
Lecture: Reformation Eek, the Reformation spreads….
Homework:
Machiavelli essay due tomorrow
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:
Class Activities:
Preview with summary
Differences between Catholic and Protestants
Lecture: Militant Catholicism
Homework:
Finish worksheet Martin Luther Revolutionary or Reformer? Accompanying Powerpoint
Early Bird Machiavelli essay due tomorrow
Resources for
Reformation Unit
Lectures

Worksheets

Document Based Question (DBQ) Practice



10/01-10/15/12 Unit 2: Renaissance *Note: Resources can be found at the bottom of this unit (below 10/01/12 agenda)


10-15-12
COVERITLIVE
Virtual discussion
Do the ends justify the means?
Everybody is negotiable
Muhammad Ali
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities

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:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Discussion and video re: Machiavelli
Homework:
writing assignment re: Machiavelli due Oct 18th- early bird will be accepted. Its a test grade. Prompt is found in the Renaissance resources listed below this unit's agendas
Monday Oct 15th at 2:15 pm is CoverItLive Discussion - extra credit for other participants!
Sign up below for an email reminder sent to the participants

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:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Activity: examination of Simpsons for Machiavelli: students to look carefully for events and dialogue that enhance their understanding of The Prince - discuss quotes from Machiavelli that seemed to describe the circumstances of the show
Provide prompt and background for tomorrow’s open discussion
Homework:
Monday Oct 15th at 2:15 pm is CoverItLive Discussion - extra credit for other participants!
Sign up below for an email reminder sent to the participants

Invite and directions
0-10-12
Machiavelli has a worse name and more disciples than any political thinker that ever lived.
Walther Lippmann
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Discussion chp 17, 18, 19
PAIR SHARE activity: examining components of The Prince
Homework:
Monday Oct 15th at 2:15 pm is CoverItLive Discussion - extra credit for other participants!
Sign up below for an email reminder sent to the participants

Invite and directions
10-09-12
When the act accuses him, the result should excuse him.
Machiavelli
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Discussion of chp 8, 15, 16
Read 17, 18, 19
Class discussion
Homework:
Note chp 17, 18, and 19 as before
10-08-12
NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS.....lucky devil
Invite and directions
s.
10-05-12
Machiavelli wrote only for petty princes
Frederick II
Turn In: Humanism writings
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Brief discussion of humanism
Video
Discuss written Machiavelli essay due oct 18 - prompt found in resources below
Introduction: Mack Attack *extra credit for adult participation on Oct 12

Read Chp 8, 15, and 16 and note
Homework:
*no school on Monday Oct 8
Prep chp 8 ,15, and 16 as modeled in class.
Students are to: 1) number each paragraph (if book copy) and write titles or headings of each paragraph. Headings don't have to be elaborate - can use words in the paragraph where appropriate. They can identify the functions of the paragraphs to indicate which paragraphs summarize what had gone on before, which paragraphs provide examples, and which paragraphs defined terms. Ex: "summary of paragraphs 1-5" or "Examples of " or " Defined"
10-04-12
There is very little of Machiavelli that can be accepted or used in the modern world
Henry Kissinger
Turn In: Renaissance worksheet
NOTE: Of interest - Planet Money is a great podcast you should consider following. Check out the latest
On the show today, the story of an innovation that changed the way the world works, and of the man who made this innovation possible. Luca Pacioli was a monk, a mathematician, a magician and possibly, the boyfriend of Leonardo da Vinci.
Jane Gleeson-White, author of Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance, tells us the story of Pacioli and how his book on mathematics changed business across the planet.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2012/10/02/161948981/episode-407-a-mathematician-the-last-supper-and-the-birth-of-accounting
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Video
Renaissance Humanism - essay
Homework:
Complete Humanism essay
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: Map of Europe 1560
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Lecture: Renaissance – It is all about location, location, location
Worksheet questions to accompany ppt lecture

Homework:
Complete worksheet on Renaissance
10-02-12
The more ways a man is deluded, the happier he is
Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536) In Praise of Folly
Turn In: Turn in essay: Why historians refer to the 1500s as a time of the birth of the modern nation state
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Pretest on Renaissance and Reformation
Homework:
Worksheet Map of Europe 1560 and
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:
CoverItLIve practice and discussion

Homework:
Essay: Elaborate on why historians refer to the 1500s as the time of the birth of the modern nation state?
*Might I suggest you use the PIRATES format to structure your answer?
*you’ll need a copy, digital or paper, of Machiavelli’s The Prince by mid week
Resources for
Unit 2


Invite and directions



9/12/12-9/28/12
Unit 1 World at 1500 *Note Resources at the bottom of this unit
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:
Opening Question- it is a an exit question so return to this once you have completed the test
Class Activities:
Test on World at 1500
Handout : What You Should Know Renaissance- the Virginia SOL standards
Homework:
Access the powerpoint slide show on the wiki and
We will have a discussion on Monday – in order to prepare you for the essay you will write Monday night
Exit Question

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 tomorrow
Homework:
Study for test tomorrow
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:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Quiz
Handout: 1500 Trade Routes
Lecture: Trade Routes of the 1500s
Homework:
Study for test 9/28
We will review on Thur but hear is the standard, very basic review- you will want to know more but it is a start...
9-24-12
Religion begins with a consciousness that something is asked of us
Abraham Joshua Heschel
Turn In:
Opening Question
please open the following link link
Class Activities:
wiki
Homework:
Study for test 9/28
Quiz tomorrow!
Wiki due tomorrow
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:
Activity: Wiki An Appeal To The Sultan
Homework:
Test 9/28
Wiki is to be completed by Tues 9/25
Quiz Tues 9/25
9-20-12
Politics and science beat the path religion walks on
Anonymous
Turn In:
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Activity: work on wiki An Appeal To The Sultan. Instructions are found on the link below. You will need to exchange contact information within your group. Appoint a leader or a least a coordinator as one person at a time can edit the page. Sign in as mlynde and the password is ohyeah1. Let me know if you have any difficulties.
This counts as a test grade and is due by 5 pm Tuesday 9/25. Early bird (extra 10 points) will be granted if completed by 5 pm on Monday 9/24.
http://mlyndewhclass6.wikispaces.com/home
There are 5 groups:
1) Safavid: Kevin, Immanuel, Kathryn, Callahan, Christine, Hye. Luke
2) Mughal: Gigi, Nidi, Ben B, James, Ben G, Jeffrey
3) Ming and Qing: Gifty, Kori, Ben A, Grace, Anirudh
4) Ashikaga and Tokugawa: Corban, Mihir, Michael, Peyton, Charles
5) Songhai: Pate, Nick G, Eric, Daniel, Casemira, Thuy-Linh
Homework:
Test will be Wed 9/28
quiz on Tues 9/25
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:
Quiz Non European World at 1500
Homework:
*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. THIS WILL LIKELY ENTAIL WORK ON THE WIKI ASSIGNMENT- DON’T LET YOUR PARTNERS DOWN…
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: Eastern Religions worksheet
Opening Question

Class Activities:
notes
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow on Non European World at 1500
9-17-12
Trade knows no flag
Andrew Carnegie
Trade follows the flag
James A. Froude
Turn In: Sunni and Shiite worksheet
Opening Question

Class Activities:
Lecture Non European World at 1500 *see resources below
Homework:
Eastern religions worksheet
9-14-12
Civilization and profits go hand in hand
Calvin Coolidge. U.S. President. Speech 1920
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Safety Day and Pep Rally
*review of how to use class wiki site and google docs
Show school spirit- it is pep rally day!
Homework:
Sunni and Shiite worksheet due Mon 9.17
9-13-12
Number of Avon ladies in China: 15, 000
“Harper’s Index” Harper’s May 1993
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Lecture: The non-European World at 1500
Homework:
Worksheet comparing Sunni and Shiite religions- due Monday 9/17
9-12-12
Great empires die of indigestion
Napoleon
Turn In:
Group products on population demographics Over 6 Billion Served
Class Activities:
Handout of Unit 1 What You Should Know : World 1500 *copies can be found in the resources below
Test date Fri 9/28/12
Homework:
Resources
What You Should Know , , ,
Lecture Notes
Trade Power Point - Trade Routes of 1500 map for trade routes
Europe in 1500


Introduction Activities 9/4/12-9/11/12
9-11-12
Regional simulation
article
assignment
NOTE: some folks have asked what I mean by graphic explanation of the 4 stages of demographic transition. The swackett website sort of explains it. It is a popular form of visual explanation usually involving simple shapes so the "average joe" could "get it." It is usually cute-sy
9-10-12
Regional Simulation
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
SYLLABUS AND OTHER CLASS MATERIALS

2012-2013 WHII M Lynde's Syllabus and Student Parent Contract
Tips for Success
Unit Directory
PIRATES prompt- a structured approach to historical analysis
PIRATES prompt explanation