Welcome to World History II and Geography for the academic year 2011-2012

You can email M. Lynde at mlynde90@gmail or mmlynde@henrico.k12.va.us

our class blog www.edmodo.com
our class polling site
PollEv.com/mlynde

The Google Docs form to confidentially provide contact information can be found on

http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys

Class syllabus
A running review of vocabulary and terms as determined by students. You can review the selection here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdHhzTmJyd2RkQUdyYmNoWTd4NWtiY0E&hl=en_US
A GREAT WEBSITE FOR REVIEW
http://mrgrayhistory.wikispaces.com/

All daily assignments and accompanying documents can be found below the Google Calendar by date.




5/15/12 SOL REVIEW
Excellent review items can be found on our review page located here

everything you want to know about maps....
and
5/14/11
Money is freedom
Horace Walpole

Turn In: anagram

In Class:

SITES OF INTEREST GDP
1.http://www.cultofmac.com/105623/amazing-apples-cash-on-hand-is-more-than-the-gdp-of-almost-23rds-of-the-worlds-countries/
2. http://rakotomalala.blogspot.com/2010/03/what-innovation-patent-laws-and-open.html
3.http://linkinova.com/?p=21
4.http://www.bls.gov/fls/chartbook/section1.htm
5. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2001rank.html
6. http://onepeggenius.com/editorial/world-cup-nation-comparison-gdpcapita/

SITE OF INTEREST GNP
1. http://www.studentsoftheworld.info/infopays/rank/PNB2.html

EUROPEAN UNION
http://europa.eu/index_en.htm

GROWTH OF CHINA
http://www.forbes.com/2010/04/20/oil-energy-minerals-business-global-2000-10-china-investment-tracker.html

FLOWING DATA
http://flowingdata.com/2012/05/03/avengers-characters-first-appearances/


Homework:
Economic Terms You Need To Know
5/11/12
Blood alone moves the wheels of history
Benito Mussolini

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:
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
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5/10/12
I am an uncompromising opponent of violent methods even to serve the noblest of causes
Mohandas K Gandhi

Turn In:
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!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KkILeKCCVHfdUbSxzJ5Oe4tq82LCuhNHQipHSDde3_g/edit


5/9/12
Nothing enduring can be built on violence
Mohandas K Gandhi

Turn In:
In Class:

Homework:
Complete 3-2-1 things I learned if not completed in class
3- items I remember
2- things I found interesting
1 – think I didn’t know before
5/8/12
The rarest and most admirable quality of public life, moral courage
Benjamin Disraeli

Turn In:
In Class:
  • Test cold war
  • Check computers for SOL preparations

Homework:
none
5/7/12
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:
  • Review the What You Should Know Sheets
  • Review with cold war time line activity
  • Review for test tomorrow with fill in the blanks worksheet and powerpoint to provide the answers
  • and
  • In preparation for the short answer portion of the test please consider the following:
    • Was the Cold War inevitable? Can you assign blame? Why or why not?
    • Consider the ideologies and the foreign policies/philosophies/aid/military programs of the Cold War era

Homework:
Test Cold War tomorrow
5/4/12
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:s
In Class:
  • TBA -Pancake Party and Project

Homework:
LOOK! VoiceThread Link
PROPER LINK FOR VOICETHREAD COMMENT

http://voicethread.com/share/3020959/
5/3/12
“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:

  • End of cold war
  • work on project

Homework:
5/2/12
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: Worksheet American Involvement in Vietnam
In Class:
  • Respond to Google Docs prompt
  • Lecture: Afghanistan – End of Cold War
  • work on project

Homework:
none
5/1/12
We're eyeball to eyeball, and I think the other fellow just blinked. Dean Rusk

Turn In: Worksheet Consequences of Cuban Missile Crisis
In Class:
  • Respond to Google Docs prompt
  • Lecture: Vietnam to Pol Pot


Homework:
Work on project. Due Monday May 7th but early bird is Friday May 4th
4/30/12
“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:
  • Respond to Google Docs prompt
  • Review worksheet Review Cold War
  • Quiz beginnings of Cold War
  • Lecture: Cuban Missile Crisis- India

Homework:
Worksheet Consequences of Cuban Missile Crisis
4/27/12
“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 Truman and Marshall Plans

In Class:
  • Respond to Google Docs prompt
  • Lecture: Communism Spreads, Korean War, Skies

Homework:
Worksheet Review Cold War
Quiz on Monday
4/26/12
“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: Worksheet United Nations

In Class:
  • Respond to Google Docs prompt Link to article needed for the Google prompt:

  • Lecture: Aid plans, Japan, Germany, Fears of the Cold War

BERLIN AIRLIFT PRIMARY SOURCE http://www.germany.info/Vertretung/usa/en/02__GIC/GIC/05/04__Airlift/03/Feature__3.html

GROUND ZERO NUCLEAR BOMB - MAP YOUR LOCATION
http://www.carloslabs.com/node/16

Homework:
Worksheet Truman and Marshall Plans- Note: if using wiki version do not do task 3
4/25/12
“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: Worksheet Arab Israeli Conflict

In Class:


Homework:
Worksheet United Nations * *complete then do not do extension task
4/24/12
“The seeds of totalitarian regimes are nurtured by misery and want.”
Harry Truman
Turn In:
In Class:
Examination of Nuremberg Trials and Jewish Refugees/Legacy of Arab Israeli Conflict

Homework:
Worksheet Arab Israeli Conflict * if using copy off wiki do not do task (d)
4/23/12
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:

Homework:
none
Resources Cold War
Lecture powerpoint not available - sorry - its too big to upload
What you should know worksheet and

PRETEST answers
4/20/12
Turn In:
N/A

In Class:
- Finish Grave of the Fireflies

Homework:
- None
4/19/12
Turn In:
N/A

In Class:
- Continue Grave of the Fireflies

Homework:
- None
4/18/12
Turn In:
N/A

In Class:
- Round Robin and Self-Assessment of WWII postcards
- Intro. to the Grave of the Fireflies
Round Robin:

Self-Assessment:


Homework:
- None
4/17/12
Turn In:
- N/A

In Class:
- WWII test
- After your test...
~ After the war, communities and towns had to rebuild, many families had to find one another, and refugees/veterans/survivors of bombings and concentration camps had to put the pieces of their lives back together. Find something online that is devoted to telling the story of life after World War Two.
~ I will give you a number when you turn in your test. Research the corresponding topic below. For instance, if I said you were #1, you will find a website that discusses the American G.I. Bill.
1) G.I. Bill
2) Aftermath of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
3) Aftermath of the bombing of Dresden
4) French collaborators during the German occupation of France
5) Russian soldiers occupying Eastern Europe
~ Once you find your source, a) write a few sentences describing it, b) give the website address, and c) write 3 questions based on the site to give a student in the next class.

Homework:
- NONE!
4/16/12
Turn In:
- Major WWII leaders chart if you didn't finish in class before spring break.

In Class:
- WWII Vocab. Quiz (appeasement, genocide, pacifism, anti-Semitism, isolationism)
- Review for WWII test

Homework:
- Study for WWII test tomorrow
4/05/12
Turn In:
- Postcards and biographies

In Class:
- 3rd period will have a guest speaker
- Major leaders chart



Homework:
- We will review for the WWII test the Monday (April 16) we come back from break.
- There will be a vocab. quiz on these terms (appeasement, genocide, pacifism, anti-Semitism, isolationism) on Mon. (April 16)
- The WWII test will be Tuesday, April 17
4/04/12
Turn In:
- Early bird postcards and biographies
- Paragraph explaining your chosen representation of WWII.

In Class:
- The Pacific

Homework:
- FINAL due date for postcards and biographies TOMORROW (Thursday, April 5)
4/03/12
Turn In:
N/A

In Class:
- The war in the Pacific
- Vocab. to know
1) appeasement
2) genocide
3) anti-Semitism
4) pacifism
5) isolationism
- Lecture



Homework:
- Find a poem, video clip, piece of art, song, rap, etc. that represents WWII (or perhaps war in general) to you and write a paragraph describing what you chose and why you think it represents/symbolizes WWII.
- Keep working on postcards and biographies (early bird date: tomorrow, 4/4, FINAL due date: Thursday, 4/5)
4/02/12
Turn In:
- Permission Slips

In Class:
- War in Europe
- Holocaust
- Lecture



Homework:
- Postcards and biography due Wednesday (early bird) and Thursday (final due date)
3/30/12
WHII.12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the worldwide impact of World War II by
a) explaining economic and political causes, describing major events, and identifying leaders of the war, with emphasis on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, George C. Marshall, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Hideki Tojo, and Hirohito.

In Class:
- Major events of WWII
- How would your country respond?



Homework:
- Work on your WWII letters and biographies (due Wed. 4/4 and Thurs. 4/5)
- Permission slips (there are 2, one for The Pacific and one to be videotaped) due Monday
3/29/12
WHII.12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the worldwide impact of World War II by
a) explaining economic and political causes, describing major events, and identifying leaders of the war, with emphasis on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, George C. Marshall, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Hideki Tojo, and Hirohito.

In Class:
- Major events of WWII
- How would your country respond?



Homework:
- Work on WWII postcards and biographies
- Get The Pacific permission slip signed (due Monday, April 2)
- Get the videotaping permission slip signed (due Monday, April 2)



3/28/12
WHII.12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the worldwide impact of World War II by
a) explaining economic and political causes, describing major events, and identifying leaders of the war, with emphasis on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, George C. Marshall, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Hideki Tojo, and Hirohito.

Turn In: N/A

In Class:
- Intro. to WWII
- WWII TImeline
- Assigned to countries

Websites and Document to Help with Timeline:

http://www.nationalww2museum.org/see-hear/world-war-ii-history/timeline.html

http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/world-war-ii-timeline



Homework:
- Read your assigned countries background to prepare for tomorrow. Highlight main points and make notes in the margins.
- Finish your WWII timeline if you didn't finish in class (*Remember that it should be neat, thoughtful, include at least two illustrations, and around 8-10 specific events)







Resources for WWII Unit
What You Should Know:



Pretest:



Pretest Answer Key



Textbook-like Notes:



PowerPoints:













WWII Letters Project Information:

* Early Bird Due Date: April 4, Final Due Date: April 5






03-27-12
In Class:
- Test on the Interwar Period

Homework:

- None
03-26-12
WHII.11 The student will demonstrate knowledge of political, economic, social, and cultural developments during the Interwar Period by
a) describing the League of Nations and the mandate system;
b) citing causes and assessing the impact of worldwide depression in the 1930s;
c) examining events related to the rise, aggression, and human costs of dictatorial regimes in the Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, and Japan, and identifying their major leaders, i.e., Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Hirohito, and Hideki Tojo.

Turn In: TBA

In Class:
- Review for the Interwar Period Test tomorrow

Homework:
- Study for test! Along with the "What You Should Know" sheets this "End of the Unit" review (also under "Resources") is helpful


03-23-12
Library Day - reading WWII letters

Basic Overview the WWII letters assignment:


Directions and rubric for WWII letters assignment:


Initial Discovery Worksheet:


Homework:

- Answer the "Essential Questions" on the "What You Should Know" handout (I gave you a copy in class, but it is also posted under "Resources" for this unit) and use it as a study guide this weekend. Think of any questions you'd like to ask me during the review session in class on Monday.
03-22-12
Library Day - reading WWII letters

Homework:
None
03-21-12
WHII.11 The student will demonstrate knowledge of political, economic, social, and cultural developments during the Interwar Period by
a) describing the League of Nations and the mandate system;
b) citing causes and assessing the impact of worldwide depression in the 1930s;
c) examining events related to the rise, aggression, and human costs of dictatorial regimes in the Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, and Japan, and identifying their major leaders, i.e., Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Hirohito, and Hideki Tojo.
Turn In:
  • N/A
In Class:
  • Intro. to WWII letters
  • "Dear Mrs. Roosevelt"
  • Write your own letter to Mrs. Roosevelt from the perspective of a young person living through the Great Depression

Use these tow websites to help you research more about the Depression's impact on families and children. Using these websites will help you to make your letter historically accurate.:

1) http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/learning_history/children_depression/depression_children_menu.cfm

2) http://newdeal.feri.org/eleanor/er2a.htm

3) http://www.allabouthistory.org/life-during-the-great-depression.htm





Homework:
  • None
03-20-12
WHII.11c The student will demonstrate knowledge of political, economic, social, and cultural developments during the Interwar Period by
c) examining events related to the rise, aggression, and human costs of dictatorial regimes in the Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, and Japan, and identifying their major leaders, i.e., Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Hirohito, and Hideki Tojo.
Turn In:
  • Answer to the "Focus Your Reading" and Vocab. for the three sections on totalitarianism in Italy, Russia, and Germany
In Class:
  • Rise of totalitarianism in Interwar Years
  • Examples of totalitarianism in Italy, Germany, Russia, and Japan



Homework:
  • None
03-19-12
NO SCHOOL!
03-16-12
WHII.11 The student will demonstrate knowledge of political, economic, social, and cultural developments during the Interwar Period by
a) describing the League of Nations and the mandate system.
Turn In:
  • Summaries of Manchurian and Abyssinian crises
In Class:
  • Manchuria, Nanking, and the Abyssinia crisis
  • Lecture
Homework:
  • Read the first three sections ("Totalitarianism in Italy," "Stalin and the Soviet Union," and "Hitler and Nazi Germany") of "Textbook-like notes" posted under "Resources for the Interwar Period" and complete the "Focus Your Reading" questions and "Vocabulary" for each section.
03-15-12
WHII.11The student will demonstrate knowledge of political, economic, social, and cultural developments during the Interwar Period by
a) describing the League of Nations and the mandate system;
b) citing causes and assessing the impact of worldwide depression in the 1930s.
Turn In:
  • “Attacking the Great Depression” assignment
In Class:
  • The Great Depression
Homework:
- Using http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/history/mwh/ir1/manchuriarev1.shtml, read about two instances where the League of Nations failed and write a summary of the stories of Abyssinia and Manchuria in your own words using the storyboard worksheet I gave you in class.

- A hard copy of the information will be provided to students without internet access at home.
03-14-12
WHII.11a The student will demonstrate knowledge of political, economic, social, and cultural developments during the Interwar Period by
a) describing the League of Nations and the mandate system.
Turn In: N/A
In Class:
  • Introduction to the Interwar Period
  • Mandate System
Feedback Form:

Worksheet on the mandate system:

Sources on the mandate system:

Homework:
  • “Attacking the Great Depression” worksheet and make T-chart on your own paper

Resources for the Interwar Period
Pretest


Answers to Pretest



What You Should Know




Textbook-like Notes
1)

2)

3)

4)

PowerPoints (I will add one or two more as we get further in this unit)




03-13-12
Turn in:
- None
In Class:
- WWI Unit Test
Homework:
- NONE!
03-12-12
Turn In:
- Study guides (we will check and go over these together as a class)
In Class:
- TEST REVIEW
Homework:
- Study for test tomorrow
03-09-12
Turn In:
  • All work missed because of SOL testing is due today.
  • "Making the Peace" worksheet if you didn't complete it in class yesterday
In Class:
  • League of Nations
  • Worksheet (this will count as a QUIZ grade):

Use his document to complete the worksheet:

Homework:
- Complete both of the Study Guides posted under "Resources for WWI unit" on the Wiki (you may need to write your answers on
your own paper because there isn't much space on the worksheet)
- Complete League of Nations worksheet (this will count as a QUIZ grade) if you didn't finish in class
  • take note that I also recently posted a short pretest under "Resources for WWI unit" as well if you'd like to use that to help you study
03-08-12
Turn In:
  • All Quiet on the Western Front worksheet.
  • Armenian Genocide worksheet, if you haven't already.
  • All work missed because of SOL testing is due tomorrow, Friday, March 9.
In Class:
  • Fourteen Points and Treaty of Versailles
  • Read "Making the Peace" chapter posted under WWI Resources on the Wiki
  • Complete Making the Peace worksheet

Homework:
- TBD
03-07-12
Absent due to SOL testing? You are still responsible for what we do in class. You will find everything you need here on the Wiki. For today, you need to open the document below to read a plot summary of All Quiet on the Western Front and answer the accompanying questions. This worksheet is due by Thursday, March 8.
In Class:
- Students will watch a segment of All Quiet on the Western Front and use it as a primary source.
- Students will determine whether they believe the movie is an accurate representation of WWI.

Homework:
- Finish All Quiet on the Western Front worksheet
03-06-12
Absent due to SOL testing? You are still responsible for what we do in class. You will find everything you need here on the Wiki. For today, you need to read the transcript excerpt from This American Life and answer the two questions. You will find the transcript and the questions in the document posted below. This worksheet is due by Thursday, March 8.
In Class:
- WWI and women's suffrage movement
- clip from Iron Jawed Angels
http://www.awesomestories.com/assets/alice-paul-10
Here is a written summary of what is happening in this clip:

- Students will think about what we've learned so far in this unit on WWI. On their own sheet of paper, students will make a list of what they believe to be the 10 most important facts from this unit so far
Homework:
- Think about what we've learned so far about WWI and the early 20th century. On your own sheet of paper, make a list of what you believe to be the 10 most important facts from this WWI unit.
03-05-12
SNOW DAY!
03-02-12
Turn In:
  • None
In Class:
  • Armenian Genocide
  • Activity
Websites for today:
- http://www.armenian-genocide.org/genocidefaq.html%23What
- http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/correspondent/2572667.stm
Worksheet for today:

Homework:
  • None
03-01-12
Turn In:
  • Russian Revolution cause and effect assignment
In Class:
  • Russian Revolution
  • Group work Activity
Websites to use for group work:
  1. http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Russian_Revolution_of_1917
  2. http://europeanhistory.about.com/od/russiaandukraine/a/Causes-Of-The-Russian-Revolution.htm
  3. http://library.thinkquest.org/C0112205/leadingevents.html
  4. http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/learning/bitesize/higher/history/russia/february_rev1.shtml
Homework:
NONE
02-29-12
Turn In:
  • Propaganda assignment
In Class:
  • Impact of the war at home
  • Zimmerman note
  • Wilfred Owen’s poem, “Dulce et Decorum Est.”

Homework:
  • Students will read “Russian Revolution” (posted under WWI resources) from Contemporary’s World History and list AT LEAST 3 main causes and AT LEAST 3 effects of the Russian Revolution.
02-28-12
Turn In:
  • Battle of the Somme graphic organizers.
In Class:
  • Battle of the Somme
  • Read two accounts of the Somme and compare/contrast

  • Intro. to propaganda
Homework:
  • WWI Propaganda Analysis ***You can print out your answers to the poster analysis or handwrite them on a sheet of paper.

02-27-12
Turn In:
  • M.A.I.N. worksheet
  • WWI timeline
In Class:
  • Strategies and weapons and WWI – how this war was different
  • First-hand accounts of trench warfare
Homework:
  • Read two accounts of the Battle of the Somme and take notes on each author's report of the battle by filling out the accompanying graphic organizer. Your notes will include quotations you find interesting from each document, questions you have about each document, and what you think the main points of each document are.

02-24-12
Turn In: N/A
In Class:
  • Introduction to causes of WWI
  • WebQuest in groups for causes of WWI and make group poster
Homework:
  • Read “War Breaks Out” from Contemporary’s World History
    • After reading this chapter, make timeline of the sequence of events that led to war, fighting the war, and the war’s end. Include what you believe to be the main events and dates.
    • Fill out the “M.A.I.N.” worksheet

Resources for
WWI unit
PowerPoint:

Textbook-like Notes on WWI



"What You Should Know" Worksheets



Study Guides:


Pretest:

02-23-12
IMPERIALISM TEST!
Homework:
- No homework
02-22-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
e) assessing the impact of European economic and military power on Asia and Africa, with emphasis on the competition for
resources and the responses of colonized peoples.
In Class:
  • Review Game
Homework:
  • Study for test tomorrow
02-21-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
e) assessing the impact of European economic and military power on Asia and Africa, with emphasis on the competition for
resources and the responses of colonized peoples.
In Class:
  • Turn in U.S. Imperialism Worksheet
  • Imperialism in Japan and China
  • Complete Japan/China worksheet in class
Homework:
- Take home QUIZ
02-17-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
e) assessing the impact of European economic and military power on Asia and Africa, with emphasis on the competition for resources and the responses of colonized peoples.
In Class:
  • Turn in Ottoman Empire/Egypt Worksheet
  • Social Darwinism
  • U.S. Imperialism in Latin America
  • Lecture and “White Man’s Burden” Activity
Homework:
02-16-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
e) assessing the impact of European economic and military power on Asia and Africa, with emphasis on the competition for
resources and the responses of colonized peoples.
In Class:
  • Turn in India Worksheet
  • Imperialism in Ottoman Empire and Egypt
  • Lecture and Activity
Major Points of Imperialism in Middle East:

Homework:
  • Ottoman Empire/Egypt worksheet

Resources for Young Turks Exercise
http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Young_Turk_Revolution#Legacy
http://www.zum.de/whkmla/region/asmin/ottemp19081914.html
02-15-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
e) assessing the impact of European economic and military power on Asia and Africa, with emphasis on the competition for
resources and the responses of colonized peoples.
In Class:
  • Turn in African Colonialism Worksheet
  • Colonialism in India
  • Lecture and analysis of Gandhi photograph
Homework:
  • India worksheet

02-14-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
e) assessing the impact of European economic and military power on Asia and Africa, with emphasis on the competition for
resources and the responses of colonized peoples.
In Class:
  • Imperialism in Africa
  • Lecture and Activity on types of colonialism
Homework:
  • African colonialism worksheet, *ignore #8, 9, and the question on Nelson Mandela

02-13-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
In Class:
  • Introduction to Imperialism in Africa
  • Lecture and “Scramble for Africa” game
Homework:
  • 3-2-1 response (3 things you learned, 2 things that surprised you, 1 thing you still have questions about or want to know more about)

02-10-12
SOL: WHII.9d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of the Industrial Revolution during the nineteenth century by
d) explaining the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and nationalism.
In Class:
  • Introduction to Imperialism
  • Handout: “What You Should Know About Imperialism”
  • Lecture
Homework:
  • 1) Go to YouTube, 2) Search “European Imperialism in Africa,” 3) Watch the "European Imperialism in Africa" video (by: HistoryTubeTV), 4) complete accompanying worksheet (don't forget the back of the worksheet!)

Resources for unit on Imperialism

Textbook-like Notes:

Pretest:

PowerPoint:

Imperialism Graphic Organizer

02-09-12
TEST!!!
No homework.
02-08-12
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: worksheet: Day 4 Examining Pollution in China and Global Issues in Child Labor
In Class:
Homework:
Tomorrow Thursday Feb 9th- Test on Industrial Revolution
02-07-12
I just think we're living in a time of massive, amazing change, like the Industrial Revolution on acid.Kelly LynchTurn In: worksheet: Examining Pollution in China and Global Issues in Child Labor
In Class:
Homework:
Test tomorrow on Industrial Revolution
02-06-12
Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing
Theodore Roosevelt
Turn In: worksheet Industrial Age 2 isms and economics
In Class:
Homework:
Finish worksheet: Examining Pollution in China and Global Issues in Child Labor
Test next Thursday! – get pretest off wiki and practice!

02-03-12
Nothing ever come to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work
Booker T. Washington
Turn In:
In Class:**
Homework:
Quiz next Monday *you may use a one page handwritten study sheet on the quiz
Finish worksheet: Industrial Age 2 isms and economics

TEST next Thur Feb 9th
02-02-12
When there is no Desire; there will be no Industry
John Locke
Turn In:
In Class:
  • Activity: Discovering different types of -isms- Communist, Socialist, Capitalist
  • Lecture: Trading Your Wide Open Spaces for Concrete and Stone
Homework:
Quiz next Monday *you may use a one page handwritten study sheet on the quiz
02-01-12
Plow deep while Sluggards sleep
Ben Franklin
Turn In:
In Class:
  • Lecture: Trading Your Wide Open Spaces for Concrete and Stone
  • Activity: Discovering different types of economies- Command, Market, and Mixed
  • Discussion of focus questions of Industrial Revolution
Homework:
Finish worksheet labeled IR Day 1: Great Britain
01-31-12
Diligence overcomes Difficulties; Sloth makes them
Ben Franklin
Turn In:
In Class:
Review DBQ of midterm – laying out methods and meeting superstars
Introduction Industrial Revolution Unit
Homework:
Resources for unit on Industrial Revolution (IR)
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, .
Brief textbook like notes
Lecture ppt Leaving wide open spaces for tight dirty places
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01-23-12
Stress is basically a disconnection from the earth, a forgetting of the breath. Nothing is that important. Just lie down~
Turn In:
In Class:
Review quizzes from unit on France, UK, Italy, Germany
Review for midterm
Homework:
Review for midterm
MIdterm Review Resources
look to the sidebar for the WH review page for great resources to study with but here are a few basics
, , , , and the oh-so-important key
NOTE: The essay on the midterm will be a DBQ (Document Based Question). We have practiced these so don't worry: you will look for context, author, etc. You will use at least 3 of the documents for supporting evidence.
The prompt you will address:
Discuss the conflict between the desire to control people and people's desire to be free of control in the first global age.
The context is Martin Luther, church power, John Locke, Magna Carta, Machiavelli
(you will do fine - we've already covered all of these topics.....)
01-20-12
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: quiz section
In Class:
Review for midterm
MAPS and
Study guide
Homework:
Review for midterm
01-19-12
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:
Activity: Reform and Revolution in France, UK, Italy, and Germany
Educate your pod peers
Homework:
Your assigned section of the quiz. Must be completed and turned in tomorrow
Resources for Reform and Revolution
France 1848, UK, Italy, and Germany
,
The Basic Notes
The whole quiz: , , and
01-18-12
A man who has not been in Italy is always conscious of an inferiority
Samuel Johnson
Turn In:
In Class:
Road Mapping the next unit
Timeline
Activity Aims and Goals
Activity: Reform and Revolution in France, UK, Italy, and Germany
PERIOD 2:
France link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdDNxNy16ZTIxY2xORktzRmZBSWlnTHc
Great Britain Link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdFZzSVdOVEs1U2ZWRW03UGZYTnVubnc
Italy Link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdGpnQXZ3em5VMmJfMEZZUG1Nc0ljWHc
Germany Link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdGVXVTRCZUJtUjFuM0tZSVZlc1pjcEE
PERIOD 3:
France Link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdGRSS3ZoNXphZUNnbVFGR3J3NHd5SXc
Great Britain Link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdFF6UzBpR3dXTWZoMl9GZTNzWU83Znc
Italy
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdHoxTzVVOGJZZ3Rhb05RLV9oaXNOcUE
Germany
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdFhnSy1BWHc4d0h6WDZEVVJpS0tWVUE
PERIOD 4;
France link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdFF3MU1xTGthZkZSbF8xTlE5cThpaGc
Great Britain link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdFlPWEk3MmRfTHc2TG90Q0xtdzhGcFE
Italy
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdHNabkdsNlY0RG01TkVBb0xLdlUxeGc
Germany
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdFY2SkRQVXktNWxaa010bmJjS3JtX0E
Homework:
Make sure you are THE expert on your assigned topic! Tomorrow you share with your peer pod
01-17-12
Nationalism is today the world’s idolatrous religion
C. Wright Mills The Causes of World War III (1958)
Turn In:
In Class:
Lecture: South American Revolutions – envelope game
Polish those 1 page notes
Quiz on Latin and South American revolutions – open note (1 page, handwritten only)
Continue investigation: The Monroe Doctrine: It’s Not Just An American Thing http://www.hippocampus.org/homework-help/US-History/Nationalism%20and%20Economic%20Expansion,%201816%20-%201826_The%20Monroe%20Doctrine.html
Homework:
none
01-13-12
Nations. like men, have their various ages- infancy, maturity, old age
Napoleon
Turn In: Handout: Latin American Revolutions worksheet to introduce you to basics of Latin American Revolutions
In Class:
Lecture: Latin American Revolutions – envelope game
Homework:
Quiz on Latin American Revolutions upon return!
01-12-12
History does not move in a straight line, but by zigzags
Lenin
Turn In:
In Class:
Quiz on Napoleon and Congress of Vienna
Handout: What You Should Know pages , , ,
Handout: Latin American Revolutions worksheet to introduce you to basics of Latin American Revolutions
Homework:
Handout: Latin American Revolutions worksheet to introduce you to basics of Latin American Revolutions
Latin American Revolutions
Resources
Standards: , , ,
Basic storyline:
Lecture Notes:
01-11-12
In China the sovereign is worshipped as a god. That I think is how it ought to be
Napoleon
Turn In:
In Class:
Lecture Review Congress of Vienna- A Backlash to Napoleon
Worksheet: Multiple Choice Napoleon and Congress of Vienna

Homework:
Quiz on Napoleon and Congress of Vienna tomorrow Thursday Jan 12th.
01-10-12
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:
Lecture Congress of Vienna- A Backlash to Napoleon
Self paced worksheet: Congress of Vienna A Backlash Against Napoleon
Homework:
Quiz on Napoleon and Congress of Vienna on Thursday Jan 12th.
01-09-12
True heroism consists in rising superior to misfortune
Napoleon
Turn In: Worksheet How France Changed Under Napoleon
In Class:
Review Worksheet How France Changed Under Napoleon
Lecture Notes Napoleon paying particular attention to Military Campaigns and Waterloo (slides 33-49)
Online posting: Napoleon’s Military Genius and Tactics – The World’s First Modern Army

Homework:
none
01-06-12
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: Worksheet: Napoleon and Russian Campaign
In Class:
Worksheet Rise of Napoleon and yes, you do have to do the timeline!
Access Lecture Notes Napoleon paying particular attention to slides 14-33 How France Changed Under Napoleon
Worksheet How France Changed Under Napoleon
Homework:
Worksheet How France Changed Under Napoleon YES, YOU DO HAVE TO DO THE ESSAY AT THE END OF THE WORKSHEET!

01-05-12
Few men are brave by nature, but good discipline and experience make may so
Machiavelli
Turn In: 1795 Worksheet
In Class:
Consider Destiny and influence of life experiences
Review 1795 worksheet
Consider term Nationalism and what that means in regards to Napoleon’s influence; is it divisive or a unifying force?
Short video on Napoleonhttp://www.history.com/videos/the-french-revolution#napoleon
Lecture: Napoleon
Homework:
Worksheet: Napoleon and Russian Campaign
*Napoleon and Congress of Vienna
Resources
Pretest and other study aids posted here





Lecture on Napoleon updated 1-5-12
Lecture

We begin a new unit on Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna (a backlash against Napoleon)
01-04-12
Close by the rights of Man, side by side with them, at least, are the rights of the Soul
Victor Hugo
Turn In: Complete Worksheet Review: The Ultimate Fr. Rev. illustrated for 5 points on French Revolution test
In Class:
Test on French Revolution
Handout: What You Should Know: Napoleon and Congress of Vienna
Handout: 1795 worksheet
Homework:
1795 Worksheet
01-03-12
The right to wave your fist ends where your neighbor’s nose begins
American Saying
Turn In: nothing
In Class:
Short video recap http://www.history.com/videos/the-french-revolution#the-french-revolution
Worksheet: French Revolution Study Guide
KEY
Reminder: For 5 points extra credit on the test to be given Wed Jan 4th, complete the document Review: Illustrated Fr. Rev. Study Guide
Homework:
Complete Worksheet Review: The Ultimate Fr. Rev. illustrated for 5 points on French Revolution test
Test tomorrow
01-02-12
*Note- French Revolution Powerpoint is posted here....
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: nothing
In Class:
Maybe finishing Fr Revolution video
Lecture: French Revolution powerpoint

Reminder: For 5 points extra credit on the test to be given Wed Jan 4th, complete the document Review: Illustrated Fr. Rev. Study Guide
Homework:
Complete Worksheet Review: The Ultimate Fr. Rev. illustrated for 5 points on French Revolution test
Test Wed Jan 4th
French Revolution Resources
2 important images
1 fantastic link to a clear, concise summary of all our recent units
Lecture notes
Other review items

If you want a clear, concise explanation of Absolute Rulers, The Enlightenment, and the French Revolution then go to this website (I couldn't say it better myself than Mr. Gray does on his wiki...)

http://mrgrayhistory.wikispaces.com then look on left column and choose Unit 14- scroll through to French Revolution
The_French_Revolution_3_estates.jpg
Enlightenment_-_French_Estates.jpg



2 minute fun video recap
http://www.history.com/videos/the-french-revolution#the-french-revolution
12-16-11
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
Maybe finishing Fr Revolution video
For 5 points extra credit on the test to be given Wed Jan 4th, complete the document Review: Illustrated Fr. Rev. Study Guide

Homework:
Complete Worksheet Review: The Ultimate Fr. Rev. illustrated for 5 points on French Revolution test
Test Wed Jan 4th
12-15-11
Terrorism and deception are weapons not of the strong but of the weak
Mohandas K. Gandhi
Turn In:
In Class
Activity All This Week: Watch French Revolution video and complete video worksheets. Today Part 3
and
Homework:
12-14-11
*key video worksheet 2
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear
George Orwell
Turn In:
In Class
Activity All This Week: Watch French Revolution video and complete video worksheets. Today Part 2

Homework:
12-13-11
*Key video worksheet 1
For God’s sake, let us freely hear both sides!
Thomas Jefferson
Turn In: Worksheet The French Revolution Begins
In Class
Intro Video clip on Fr Rev
Activity All This Week: Watch French Revolution video and complete video worksheets. Today Part 1

Homework:
12-12-11
* French Revolution pretest posted here
*French Revolution lecture notes posted here
Absence this week? your activities posted here
The right to speak out is also the duty to speak out
Vladimir Pozner
Turn In: French Rev. causes pt 1 and 2
In Class
Handout: What You Should Know French Revolution
Review Causes of French Revolution
Activity: copy French Revolution timeline
Homework:
Complete worksheet: The French Revolution Begins
PRETEST
LECTURE NOTES
EXTENDED ABSENCE WORK , , , , , , , extra credit on test Jan 4th
12-09-11
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolutions inevitable
John Kennedy
Turn In:
In Class
Test on Enlightenment
Turn in mini project
Homework:
Complete pt 1 and pt 2 Causes of the French Revolution. DO NOT DO #10 ON PT 1 NOR THE EXTENSION TASKS ON PT 2
and
12-08-11
A revolution (is)…an act of violence whereby one class shatters the authority of another
James MacGregor Burns
Turn In:
In Class
Intro: one day project: Blabbercize or Common Craft style video. Due at beginning of class tomorrow. Quiz grade

Homework:
Test Friday Dec 9th
Here is the essay prompt (I expect you to use at least 3 people for examples)
Mini Essay: Thoroughly elaborate (in detail) how the philosophers and artists of the Enlightenment Age shifted the thinking of mankind. Be sure to address accepted standards before the Enlightenment as well as the new ways of thinking brought about by the Enlightenment Age.
12-07-11
*lecture notes on Enlightenment artists posted here
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
Lecture: The Enlightenment Artists or You Say You Want A Revolution
Posted – excellent summary of all material Absolutism, Enlightenment
Intro: one day project: Blabbercize or Common Craft style video. In class tomorrow. Quiz grade
Homework:
Prep one day quiz project to be completed in class tomorrow
Test Friday Dec 9th
12-06-11
*lecture notes on Enlightenment posted here
Man is an imitative animal
Thomas Jefferson
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture: The Enlightenment or You Enlighten My Life
Activity: Who Am I?
Review worksheets ; Locke dilemma and basic study guide

Homework:
Review worksheets ; Locke dilemma and basic study guide
Test Friday Dec 9th
12-05-11
*enlightenment pretest posted here
We use ideas merely to justify our evil, and speech merely to conceal our ideas
Voltaire
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture: The Enlightenment or You Enlighten My Life
Activity: Natural World Dilemmas
Homework:
Test Friday Dec 9th
enlightenment pretest
12-02-11
Were there a people of gods, their government would be democratic
Rousseau
Turn In:
In Class
Test on Scientific Revolution, Absolutism, and Glorious Revolution tomorrow!
Homework:
none
12-01-11
The enlightened are involved without being attached
Anonymous
Turn In:
In Class
Intro to Enlightenment artists and thinkers
Identification worksheet using state standards provided documents.
using the following documents: , , ,
Homework:
Test on Scientific Revolution, Absolutism, and Glorious Revolution tomorrow!
11-30-11
Those who cannot think or take responsibility for themselves need, and clamor for, a leader.
Hermann Hesse
Turn In:
In Class
Activity: Id the quotes
Continue to work on Review Packet
*individual class work - review of Glorious Revolution and Constitutional Monarchy
Homework:
Now would be the time to start reviewing that posted pretest on this unit. Test will be Friday Dec 2nd
11-29-11
A king can stand people’s fighting, but he can’t last long if people start thinking
Will Rogers
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture: Glorious Revolution
Handout: Review Document on Age of Absolutism and Glorious Revolution
review poll:
PollEv.com/mlynde
Homework:
Now would be the time to start reviewing that posted pretest on this unit. Test will be Friday Dec 2nd
11-28-11
* lecture ppt
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: completion check on Glorious Revolution student fill in notes
In Class
Lecture: Glorious Revolution
Homework:
Now would be the time to start reviewing that posted pretest on this unit. Test will be Friday Dec 2nd
11-23-11
Glorious Revolution
It is legal because I wish it so.
Louis XIV
Turn In:
In Class
Quiz on Age of Absolutism – you may use your HANDWRITTEN one page one side review
Begin Glorious Revolution with student fill in notes using textbook
Homework:
Complete for grade check Monday Nov 28: Glorious Revolution with student fill in notes using textbook
11-22-11
In China the sovereign is worshipped as a god. That I think is how it ought to be
Napoleon
Turn In: check if completion of student fill in notes on Age of Absolutism
In Class
Lecture: Age of Absolutism or It Is Good To Be King
Examination of Palace of Versailles http://www.ecliptique.com/
Examination of Peter the Great ,
Work on creating a one page, one side HANDWRITTEN review to use on tomorrows Absolutism quiz
Homework:
Work on creating a one page, one side HANDWRITTEN review to use on tomorrows Absolutism quiz
11-21-11
Age of Absolutism
*Pretest posted on this date
*Lecture ppt
The greatest slave in a kingdom is generally the king of it.
Fulke Greville
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture: intro into the age of absolutism or It Is Good To Be King
Handout: student fill in notes on Age of Absolutism – use textbook
Handout: combo What You Should Know – Scientific Revolution and Age of Absolutism and
Note: Pretest on Age of Absolutism available on wiki for you to use as we progress on this unit. Test will be Dec. 2nd

Homework:**
Continue to work on student fill in notes on Age of Absolutism – use textbook
Work will be checked for grade tomorrow



11-18- 11
Scientific
Revolution
The great tragedy of Science – the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact
T.H. Huxley
Turn In:
In Class
Activity: Recap summary on blog. Using posted recap article, you and a partner must create a new, improved, global introduction paragraph which might be properly used in new 4th grade history textbooks. go to www.edmodo.com
Homework:
none



11-17-11
Reason, Observation, and Experience – the Holy Trinity of Science
Robert G. Ingersoll
Turn In: Reflection piece on this explorer’s primary source exercise
In Class
Activity: Scientific Revolution challenge cards
Lecture: Scientific Revolution
Homework:
none
11-16-11
Explorers
The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance- it is the illusion of knowledge
Daniel J. Boorstin
Turn In: printed copy of the people of the scientific revolution
In Class
You will receive a classmate’s Explorers DBQ packet in order to write your evidence-supported claim as to whether the explorers did more harm than good
Homework:
Reflection piece on this explorer’s primary source exercise



11-15-11
Explorers
Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance.
**//Will Durant//**
Turn In:
In Class
Complete worksheet People of the Scientific Revolution
Use the textbook as indicated on the worksheet but you can also use the accompanying PowerPoint to help
Homework:
If not completed in class then you need to turn in a printed copy of the worksheet at the beginning of class tomorrow Wed. Nov 16th
11-14-11
In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
Desiderius Erasmus
Turn In:
In Class
Godwin library:
1) proper MLA citation
2) continue researching and collecting the 5 documents for your own Explorer’s Document Collection- due Monday 14th – end of class
Homework:
11-11-11
The Scientific Revolution: It put a scientific criterion in the place of personal authority
Claude Bernard
Turn In: Worksheet: Worksheet: Digging Deeper in the Castillo diaries
In Class
Godwin library:
1) proper MLA citation
2) begin researching and collecting the 5 documents for your own Explorer’s Document Collection- due Monday 14th – end of class
Homework:
Work on document collection
11-10-11
There are two passions which have a powerful influence on the affairs of men. These are ambition and avarice.
Benjamin Franklin
Turn In: Worksheet: Digging Deeper in the Santangel letter
Class Activities:
topic – the Castillo diaries
: worksheet – Analysis of primary source: Castillo diaries
Homework:
Worksheet: Digging Deeper in the Castillo diaries
11-09-11
A fool and his money are soon parted
James Howell
Turn In: worksheet Identify and define terms explorers
Class Activities:
Godwin Library: topic – Columbus’ letter to finance minister Santangel
In library: worksheet – Analysis of primary source: Santangel
Homework:
Worksheet: Digging Deeper in the Santangel letter
11-07-11
No one ever lies. People often do what they have to do to make their story sound right.
William H. Ginsburg
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Introduce DBQ Explorers – test grade – all components due Nov 17th
Handout: explanation and rubric of DBQ Explorers unit
Worksheet: Introduction DBQ worksheet and
Worksheet: Identify and define terms explorers
Homework:
Finish worksheet Identify and define terms explorers- Due Nov 9
11-04-11
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 explorers
Worksheet: Identify and define terms explorers
Homework:
Finish worksheet Identify and define terms explorers
11-03-11
We are all inclined to judge ourselves by our ideals: others by their acts
Harold Nicolson
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Lecture: New world societies
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow *you may use a one page study guide you have created but it is not simply to be your class notes printed out in smaller font!
11-02-11
Your greatness does not depend on the size of your command, but on the manner in which you exercise it. Ferdinand Foch
Turn In: HW on Columbus
Class Activities:
Lecture: it is all about the economics
Reading:
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Homework:
Post to blog: 1) According to prompt: post an item from the Columbian Exchange. Offer your commentary.
2) comment on a peer’s discovery. (stay in character role of the time)
11-01-11
Whoever has gold must have an army to guard it, or resign himself to losing it.
H.L. Mencken
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Lecture:
Read When World Collide

Answer worksheet questions: Columbus
Homework:
none
10-31-11
A Deluge of Words and a Drop of Sense
Thomas Fuller
Turn In: check if explorers’ map completed
Class Activities:
Blog: www.edmodo.com 1) read article So Began The Great Exploration
2) make comment on blog
Lecture: Will The Real Columbus Please Stand Up?
Homework:
none



10-28-11
Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of our science
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Turn In: DBQ of yesterday if necessary
Class Activities:
Use blog to answer poll and map routes of explorers www.edmodo.com - codes are found in specified class documents listed here: , ,
Handout: The Explorers: What You Should Know
Homework:
Finish map of explorers if necessary
REFORMATION UNIT LISTED BELOW




10-27-11
Reformation
Although this work is a History, I believe it to be true
Mark Twain
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Document based question and essay answer based on Reformation

Homework:
10-26-11
Life without friendship is no life at all.
Cicero
Turn In: Facebook assignment
Class Activities:
Reformation test
Homework:
Facebook assignment due Friday 10/28 – early bird before – quiz grade
You will be assigned a character
Facebook page for selected Reformation individual-template is in in schoolspace.
Include details such as appropriate friends, groups, messages, etc.
Make sure to have latest postings as the top of the page and earlier postings below (just like a real facebook page)
Have at least 2 comments on a posting from other reformation individuals
Make sure your page reflects the power struggles and religious issues demonstrating your knowledge of the impact of the reformation

10-25-11
10-25-11
Setting too good an Example is a Kind of Slander seldom forgiven
Benjamin Franklin
Turn In: Reformation expansion
Class Activities:
Handout End Of Unit Review: Reformation
Activity: Reformation Conclusion charts , ,
Homework:
TEST TOMORROW
Facebook assignment due Friday 10/28 – early bird before – quiz grade
You will be assigned a character
Facebook page for selected Reformation individual-template is in in schoolspace.
Include details such as appropriate friends, groups, messages, etc.
Make sure to have latest postings as the top of the page and earlier postings below (just like a real facebook page)
Have at least 2 comments on a posting from other reformation individuals
Make sure your page reflects the power struggles and religious issues demonstrating your knowledge of the impact of the reformation

10-24-11
10-24-11
Great change dominates the world, and unless we move with change we will become its victims.
John F. Kennedy
Turn In: religious wars chart
Class Activities:
Religious Wars: worksheet Thirty Years War questions
Religious Wars: Thirty Years War chart
TEST WEDNESDAY 10/26
Homework:
Review Reformation expansion
Religious Wars: worksheet 18 Examining Religious Wars
Religious Wars: age of religious wars chart using PowerPoint and
Facebook assignment due Friday 10/28 – early bird before – quiz grade
You will be assigned a character
Facebook page for selected Reformation individual-template is in in schoolspace.
Include details such as appropriate friends, groups, messages, etc.
Make sure to have latest postings as the top of the page and earlier postings below (just like a real facebook page)
Have at least 2 comments on a posting from other reformation individuals
Make sure your page reflects the power struggles and religious issues demonstrating your knowledge of the impact of the reformation

10-21-11
Doubt is the vestibule which all must pass before they can enter into the temple of wisdom.
C. C. Colton
Turn In: one page summary of spread of Protestantism
Class Activities:
lecture notes
Lecture: Henry VIII as the World Turns
Homework:
Religious Wars: age of religious wars chart using PowerPoint
Facebook assignment due Friday 10/28 – early bird before – quiz grade
You will be assigned a character
Facebook page for selected Reformation individual-template is in in schoolspace.
Include details such as appropriate friends, groups, messages, etc.
Make sure to have latest postings as the top of the page and earlier postings below (just like a real facebook page)
Have at least 2 comments on a posting from other reformation individuals
Make sure your page reflects the power struggles and religious issues demonstrating your knowledge of the impact of the reformation

10-20-11
On the outside of things seek the differences; on the inside, for likenesses.
J. C. Hare
Turn In:
In Class
Lecture: Eek! The Reformation spreads and some will lose their heads
Pop quiz Luther and Catholic Church
Homework: due Wednesday 10/25 – early bird before – quiz grade
You will be assigned a character
Facebook page for selected Reformation individual-template is in in schoolspace.
Include details such as appropriate friends, groups, messages, etc.
Make sure to have latest postings as the top of the page and earlier postings below (just like a real facebook page)
Have at least 2 comments on a posting from other reformation individuals
Make sure your page reflects the power struggles and religious issues demonstrating your knowledge of the impact of the reformation

10-19-11
Societies, like individuals, have their crises and their spiritual revolutions.
R. H. Tawney
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Lecture: Eek! The Reformation spreads and some will lose their heads
Homework:
Make review page
10-18-11
I should have no compassion on these witches; I would burn all of them.
Martin Luther
Turn In: worksheet Martin Luther Revolutionary or Reformer?
Class Activities:
Lecture: Twinkle twinkle little star or Luther, why did you stray so far?

Homework:
10-17-11
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 Problems in the Catholic Church worksheet
Class Activities:
Check comprehension of differences between Catholic and Protestant
Discuss militant Catholicism
Handout: test example for studies
Handout: worksheet Martin Luther Revolutionary or Reformer? Accompanying Powerpoint
and
Homework:
IGNORE: WE DECIDED IN CLASS NOT TO DO THIS FOR HOMEWORK: Finish worksheet Martin Luther Revolutionary or Reformer? Accompanying Powerpoint


NEW UNIT: REFORMATION - Test Wednesday Oct 26, 2011

10-14-11
Machiavelli
Everybody is negotiable
Muhammad Ali
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Test on Machiavelli
Homework:
Due to PSAT testing on Wed Oct 12th: classes may be off step. All World History students need to have completed problems in the Catholic Church worksheet by using the posted PowerPoint labeled Problems in the Catholic Church.
and
10-13-11
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:
Class Activities:
Cover It Live Event: Does The End Justify The Means?
click on this link and enter your comments in the dialogue box labeled for your class period
Homework:
Tomorrow - Essay Test on Machiavelli – ESSAY!
10-12-11
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:
Class Activities:
Whoops! Schedule Change- today is PSAT day at Godwin. We will hold our Cover It Live Discussion tomorrow
Cover It Live Event: Does The End Justify The Means?
student prompt and invitation to parents for seminar discussion to be held Thur. Oct 13th

2nd period and 3rd period should complete the following worksheet using the PowerPoint
and
10-11-11
Machiavelli has a worse name and more disciples than any political thinker that ever lived.
Walther Lippman
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Work on Machiavelli posters. Due Wed Oct 12th. Early Bird counts Oct 11th
Discuss and demonstrate Cover It Live in preparation for our live discussion tomorrow: Does the End Justify The Means? Continued emphasis on asking parents to participate
Provide prompt and background for tomorrow’s open discussion
Homework:
Work on Machiavelli posters due tomorrow! If you are PSAT student you still must turn in your poster - turn it in before the end of the day for credit!
student prompt and invitation to parents for seminar discussion to be held Thur. Oct 13th




Study Materials and Lectures: Unit 2 Renaissance - Machiavelli (Mack Attack)


PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL NEED A COPY OF THE PRINCE - YOU MAY DOWNLOAD A FREE DIGITAL VERSION FROM ITUNES

LECTURES:

What You Should Know: Renaissance

Renaissance Review Questions

End of Unit Review; Renaissance

Mack Attack intro

Daily Agendas: Unit 2: Renaissance and Machiavelli


Date
Agenda
09-27-11
Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought
Albert von Szent-Gyorgyo
Renaissance
Turn In: project
Class Activities:
Complete Student Self Assessment re: religions project
Complete worksheet Renaissance Review ,
Homework:
Complete worksheet Renaissance Review
09-28-11
One can resist the invasion of armies; one cannot resist the invasion of ideas
Victor Hugo
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Review worksheet Renaissance Review
Handout: Renaissance What you should know
Homework:
09-29-11
The better part of happiness is to wish to be what you are
Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536) In Praise of Folly
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Lecture: Renaissance Review ppt
Homework:
respond to quoteAn idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
09-30-11
An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Turn In: response to quoteAn idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Class Activities:
Lecture: Renaissance Review ppt
Complete worksheet Renaissance Review notes
Turn In: Complete worksheet Renaissance Review notes
Class Activities:
Handout: End Unit Renaissance Trade
Collaborative Drawing
Homework:
Complete worksheet Renaissance Review notes
10-03-11
The more ways a man is deluded, the happier he is
Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536) In Praise of Folly
Turn In: Complete worksheet Renaissance Review notes
Class Activities:
Begin Mack Attack
Homework:
Prep chp 8 and 15 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"
10-04-11
Don Corleone: He’s a businessman. I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse.
Mario Puzo. The Godfather.
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Mack Attack
review chp 8, 15
Homework:
Prep chp 16 and 17 as modeled in class. (if not completed 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"
10-05-11
There is very little of Machiavelli that can be accepted or used in the modern world
Henry Kissinger
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Mack Attack- review chp16, 17
Activity: Maxims
Homework:
Prep chp 18 and 19 as modeled in class.(if not completed 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"
10-06-11
Machiavelli wrote only for petty princes
Frederick II
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Mack Attack- review chp 18-19
Handout: Project Poster of Machiavelli in current issues

In class: students will watch The Simpsons in order to
students to look carefully for events and dialogue that enhance their understanding of The Prince - on paper they will note quotes/issues from Machiavelli that seemed to describe the circumstances of the show
Homework:
student prompt and invitation to parents for seminar discussion to be held Thur. Oct 13th

10-07-11
When the act accuses him, the result should excuse him.
Machiavelli
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Work on Machiavelli posters. Due Wed Oct 12th. Early Bird counts Oct 11th
Homework:
Work on Machiavelli posters
student prompt and invitation to parents for seminar discussion to be held Thu. Oct 13th

10-11-11
Machiavelli has a worse name and more disciples than any political thinker that ever lived.
Walther Lippmann
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Work on Machiavelli posters. Due Wed Oct 12th. Early Bird counts Oct 11th
Discuss and demonstrate Cover It Live in preparation for our live discussion tomorrow: Does the End Justify The Means? Continued emphasis on asking parents to participate
Provide prompt and background for tomorrow’s open discussion
Homework:
Work on Machiavelli posters due tomorrow! If you are PSAT student you still must turn in your poster - turn it in before the end of the day for credit!
student prompt and invitation to parents for seminar discussion to be held Thur. Oct 13th

10-12-11
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:
Class Activities:
Whoops! Schedule Change- today is PSAT day at Godwin. We will hold our Cover It Live Discussion tomorrow
Cover It Live Event: Does The End Justify The Means?
student prompt and invitation to parents for seminar discussion to be held Thur. Oct 13th

Homework:
10-13-11
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:
Class Activities:
Cover It Live Event: Does The End Justify The Means?
Homework:
Tomorrow - Essay Test on Machiavelli – ESSAY!
10-14-11
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Test
Homework:
Handout What You Should Know About the Reformation
Handout: Worksheet: Problems in the Catholic Church

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Study Materials and Lectures: Unit 1: Maps, World Empires of 1500, and World Religions


LECTURES

Ottoman Empire 1500 Lecture
Ottoman Empire Visual Review

Create your own video slideshow at animoto.com.



Mughal Empire in 1500

http://prezi.com/usegp9sitqtf/mughal-empire-1500/

A review of Ottoman, Mughal, Safavid, and Songhai empires

The Mighty Asian Empires 1500

Trade Routes 1500

Lecture: World Religions Basic Review


Lecture: World Religions Current Events

WORLD RELIGIONS PROJECT AND RUBRIC and

Study Aids

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One Great Master Review:

What 2 Know in World Religions

World Religions Current Events Google Docs link to spreadsheet (good for review...)
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdGN5dFhJNWhBNVFSa19hc1FFVFA5U0E&hl=en_US


Daily Agendas: Unit 1: Maps, World Empires of 1500, and World Religions


Date
Agenda
09-06-11
Historians…are the guardians of mankind’s collective memory.
Peter Geyl
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Exit: creation of name popsicle stick
Homework: return signed syllabus page or digitally sign at http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys
09-07-11
History is not contained in thick books but lives in our very blood
Carl G. Jung
Turn In:
return signed syllabus page or digitally sign at http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys
Class Activities:
Presentation: Brain Rules
Homework: return signed syllabus page or digitally sign at http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys
09-08-11
History is written by the winners
George Orwell
Turn In:
return signed syllabus page or digitally sign at http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys
Class Activities:
Repeat to Remember- Remember to Repeat
Discovering Maps
Handout: World Map worksheet
Homework:
return signed syllabus page or digitally sign at http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys
Map Quiz tomorrow
A fun map site for the Middle East is http://www.rethinkingschools.org/just_fun/games/mapgame.html
09-09-11
The history of the world and its peoples in three words –“Born – troubled - died”
Carl Sandburg
Turn In:
return signed syllabus page or digitally sign at http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys
Class Activities:
Map quiz
Lecture: World in 150: Ottoman Empire
Handout to accompany: blank world map
Homework:
return signed syllabus page or digitally sign at http://mlynde.wikispaces.com/Forms+and+Surveys
HW Worksheet: Ottoman Empire: Art and Religion *NOTE- due to scheduling this assignment is cancelled

09-12-11
The empires of the future are empires of the mind
Winston Churchill
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Review Ottoman Empire
Lecture: Mughal Empire
Homework:
Activity: Review Top Ten Ottoman and Mughal Empires - due Wednesday 9-14

Substitute teacher tomorrow
09-13-11
An empire is founded by war has to maintain itself by war
Montesquieu
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Review Safavid and Songhai Empires with worksheet
Homework:
Make 4 flashcards: one each for Ottoman, Mughal, Safavid and of Songhai Empire. 1 card each empire. Must include map of region.
09-14-11
Great empires die of indigestion
Napoleon
Turn In:
Review Top Ten Ottoman and Mughal Empires
Class Activities:
Dance lesson
Who has the smarts?
Examining Mogadishu http://www.dawn.com/2011/08/22/somali-rapper-knaan-visits-famine-struck-homeland.html
Examine Iran’s current relationships with other nations
Lecture: China and Japan: Empires of 1500
Homework:
Make flashcard of Chinese and of Japanese Empire. 1 card each empire. Must include map of region

Date
Agenda
09-15-11
Number of Avon ladies in China: 15, 000
“Harper’s Index” Harper’s May 1993
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Review Ottoman and Mughal Top Ten – one more time
Present China and Japan
In class worksheet World in Review 1500
Homework: by now students should have 1 flashcard with details and maps for each of the following:
Ottoman – Mughal – Safavid – Songhai – China - Japan
09-16-11
Civilization and profits go hand in hand
Calvin Coolidge. U.S. President. Speech 1920
Turn In:
Class Activities:
Quiz where students may use flashcards
Mapping global trade routes
Time spent examining class wiki
Homework: none

Date
Daily Agenda
09-19-11
Trade knows no flag
Andrew Carnegie
Trade follows the flag
James A. Froude
Turn In: nothing
Class Activities:
Mapping global trade routes
Lecture
Class activity (graded) add vocabulary items, terms, concepts, etc. to our shared Google Doc spreadsheet
Homework:
None BUT 10th grade HATS writing test tomorrow. Should you miss my class YOU will be responsible for tomorrow’s assignments which include mapping world religions and completing a world religions review chart.
09-20-11
Religion: A daughter of Hope and Fear, explaining to Ignorance the nature of the Unknowable.
Ambrose Bierce The Devil’s Dictionary
Turn In: nothing
Class Activities:
Mapping world religions
Lecture: World Religions Basic Review
Complete world religions review chart
Homework:
Complete world religions review chart
09-21-11
Religion is as necessary to reason as reason is to religion. The one cannot exist without the other.
George Washington
Turn In: world religion review charts
Class Activities:
Lecture: current events in world religion
Group activity: find a current event which discusses some issue of a world religion. Go to the daily agenda under the calendar and unit study aids. Here is the embedded form on which your group will respond.

Homework:
Handout for review: What to know: World Religions
09-22-11
Politics and science beat the path religion walks on
Anonymous
Turn In: nothing
Class Activities:
Flash review: multiple choice world religion questions
Review class generated current event issues as found
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdGN5dFhJNWhBNVFSa19hc1FFVFA5U0E&hl=en_US
Introduce World Religions Project. Counts as test grade. Due Sept.27th. Work days Friday Sept 23rd and Monday Sept. 26th.
and
Homework:
5 extra points of project credit if discussion is held with parents, comments and signatures collected – as indicated on the bottom of project worksheet
09-23-11
We have just enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another
Jonathon Swift
Turn In: nothing
Class Activities:
World Religions Project. Counts as test grade. Due Sept.27th. Work days Friday Sept 23rd and Monday Sept. 26th.
and
Homework:
Quiz tomorrow on World Religions
review spreadsheet of current event issues as generated by classmates. Can be found at
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ahs9WvLXX7NSdGN5dFhJNWhBNVFSa19hc1FFVFA5U0E&hl=en_US
5 extra points of project credit if discussion is held with parents, comments and signatures collected – as indicated on the bottom of project worksheet
longer multiple choice religion quiz on Monday
09-26-11
Religion begins with a consciousness that something is asked of us
Abraham Joshua Heschel
Turn In: nothing
Class Activities:
Quiz: World Religions
Activity: match countries with dominant religions (maybe....?)
World Religions Project. Counts as test grade. Due Sept.27th. Work days Friday Sept 23rd and Monday Sept. 26th.
and
Homework:
5 extra points of project credit if discussion is held with parents, comments and signatures collected – as indicated on the bottom of project worksheet