Monday, December 16, 2013

Schedule December 16-20

Monday, December 16

Lecture:  The Church in the Middle Ages

Tuesday, December 17

Periods 1, 3:  Watch video entitled, Filthy Cities: London.  There is a sheet that goes with this.


Period 8:  Lecture:  The Rise of England and France, Part 1

Wednesday, December 18

Periods 1, 3:  Lecture:  The Rise of England and France, Part 1
Period 8:  Watch video Filthy Cities: London

Thursday, December 19

Lecture:  The Rise of England and France, Part 2

Friday, December 20

A brief history of Christmas

Have a great break---Stay out of the trees!


Monday, December 9, 2013

Schedule December 9-13, 2013

Monday, December 9

Lecture:  The Dark Ages, Part 1  You will be filling out a note sheet that goes along with a powerpoint and video.  Today, we will be discussing the Kingdom of the Franks.

Tuesday, December 10

Lecture:  The Dark Ages, Part 2  Today, we will be finishing up the lecture/powerpoint.

Wednesday, December 11

Deus Vult!  The Crusades in history.

Read pages 382-385.  Complete Reading Guide for the Crusades.  Due on Friday.

Thursday, December 12

Feudalism and the Church

The reading guide for the Crusades due tomorrow.

Friday, December 13

Bibles made of Stone---the Gothic Cathedral and the role of religion in the Middle Ages



Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Schedule December 2-6

Monday, December 2

Go over test in groups

Tuesday, December 3

Lecture:  The Byzantine Empire

Wednesday, December 4

Lecture:  Intro to Islam  (Powerpoint with notesheet)

Homework:  Read Chapter 10.  Complete Chapter 10 Reading Guide for Friday

Thursday, December 5

Lecture:  The Spread of Islam (Powerpoint with notesheet)
Video:  Islam: Empire of Faith



Friday, December 6

Finish video
Quiz:  Islam Vocabulary


Sunday, November 17, 2013

Schedule November 18 - 22

Monday, November 18

Today, we will be watching a video on the Roman Empire and Christianity--as a summarization of Rome.  There is a sheet that goes with it.


We have a quiz over Rome on Wednesday.  You need to know the following things:

Geography of Rome
Roman Republic
Plebians/Patricians
Senate
Law of the 12 Tables
Punic Wars
Julius Caesar
The Rise of Christianity
Jesus
Paul
Martyrs
Constantine
The section on the emperors will be from what you did in groups.

A matching section for the emperors

Several questions about the emperors
The Fall of Rome-Reasons
Diocletian
Constantine
Barbarian invasions


Tuesday, November 19

1.  Lecture:  The Fall of Rome
2.  Go over reading guides

Wednesday, November 20

Quiz:  The Roman Republic and Roman Empire

Read p. 200-207.  Complete Reading Guide for Chapter 7: China.  Due Friday.

Thursday, November 21

Lecture:  The Han Dynasty in China

Reading Guide for Chapter 7 due tomorrow.

Friday, November 22

Lecture:  The Han, the Romans and the Legacy of the Classical Age

Your unit test is on TUESDAY of NEXT WEEK!  Check you UNIT 2 Overview for a list of things you need to know!





Tuesday, November 12, 2013

AFTER SCHOOL HELP

Starting this week, help will be available after school for those of you who want help in World History.

Help will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 244.  This is a good change to get reading guides done that you have not turned in---help on specific definitions, help studying for tests.  Anything you need.


Schedule November 12-15

Tuesday  11-12-13

1.  Introduce Emperors project
2.  Complete activity in your Emperor groups

Read p. 168-172.  Complete the Reading guide for Chapter 6 section 3.  Due Thursday.

Wednesday, November 13

Emperor Project, Day 2: Today, you will wrap up learning about your emperor.  Then, you will get into teaching groups and exchange information

Reading guide for Chapter 6, section 3 due tomorrow!

Thursday, November 14

Emperor Project, Day 3:  Today, you will finish teaching your emperor then get back into your original groups to write a few quiz questions.

Friday, November 15

1.  Quiz over the emperors
2.  Thesis and Evidence Activity


Monday, November 11, 2013

Latin Phrase that Pays--Veteran's Day

Latin Phrase that Pays: Veteran's Day Edition

Cecidit honorificat, memento veterānōrum.

Email me the correct translation!


Thursday, November 7, 2013

Latin Phrase that Pays for Thursday!

World History:  Latin Phrase that Pay for Nov 7:

Tuus praeceptoris historia est ammodum hominem inusitatum.

Email me the correct English translation.


Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Latin Phrase that Pays for Wednesday!

Here is the Latin Phrase That Pays for Wednesday!

Caterva carissima mea est Cogito Draconis.

Email me the answer!


Monday, November 4, 2013

The Latin Phrase That Pays

Today's "Latin Phrase that Pays:"

Amicus verus est canis.

In order to get credit for this, you need to be the first person to email me the correct translation. Good luck!


Schedule November 3-7

Monday, November 3

Lecture:  The Punic Wars

The reading guide for Chapter 6, sec 1 is due TOMORROW!

Tuesday, November 4

Lecture:  The Rise and Fall of Julius Caesar

Homework:  Read Chapter 6 section 2, pages 160-165.  OPTIONAL: Complete the reading guide and turn it in on Wednesday.  Even if you don't do the reading guide, you still need to read!

Wednesday, November 5

Lecture:  The Roman Empire begins:  The Reign of Augustus

The OPTIONAL reading guide is due tomorrow

Thursday, November 6

Video:  Gladiators: The Brutal Truth

Read p. 168-172.  Complete the Reading guide for Chapter 6 section 3.  Due Tuesday.

Friday, November 7

Lecture:  The Rise of Christianity

Complete reading guide for Chapter 6 section 3.  Due on Tuesday!




Thursday, October 31, 2013

Schedule October 29-Nov 2

Tuesday, October 29

DBQ: Ancient Greece.  Today, we will continue analyzing the documents from the DBQ.  Then, tomorrow, you will categorize and then write a thesis statement.

Wednesday, October 30

1.  Categorize documents and write a DBQ thesis statement
2.  Lecture:  Significance of Ancient Rome

Read p. 155-159.  Complete the Chapter 6 section 1 reading guide.  Due Tuesday.

Thursday, October 31  Happy Halloween

ACT-Style reading:  "The Spirit of Halloween" plus a 10 question quiz

Friday, November 1

Lecture:  The Roman Republic, Part 1

Don't forget the reading guide---due Tuesday!


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Updated Schedule for the Week

Thursday, October 24

1.  Discuss Test
2.  DBQ: Ancient Greece


Friday, October 25

Reading benchmark Test




Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Crash Course World History

Yesterday, we watched an AWESOME video about Alexander the Great.  Remember, we made a chart with evidence supporting whether or not Alexander should be called "the Great."  If you weren't here, you need to watch it for the Quiz tomorrow.  Hhhmmmmm.  Maybe a writing section on the quiz....hmmmmm...I think so!


Monday, October 21, 2013

Schedule October 21-25, 2013

Monday, October 21

Was Alexander the Great actually "great?"

The reading guide for Chapter 5, sec 4-5 due tomorrow.

Tuesday, October 22

Review for the test.  The test will be about 35 questions--multiple choice and matching.  Plus, there will be a map of Ancient Greece as well.

Terms/People
Map
Themes/Ideas
Monarchy
Oligarchy
Tyranny/tyrant
Democracy
Persian Wars
Peloponnesian Wars
Pericles
Minoan civilization
Mycenaean civilization
Homer
Macedonia
Alexander the Great
Acropolis
Parthenon
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
Trojan War
Polis
Athens
Sparta
Olympia
Corinth
Thebes
Troy
Crete
Knossos
Aegean Sea
Mediterranean Sea
Ionian Sea
Rhodes

Geography of Greece—importance

Limits on democracy in Athens

Spreading of Greek culture

Results of the Persian Wars and Peloponnesian Wars

Hellenic/Hellenistic culture

Art and architecture in Ancient Greece

Alexander the Great—significance; how he ruled; what he did


Wednesday, October 23

Test over Chapter 5.

No Homework.


Thursday, October 24

1.  Discuss Test
2.  Lecture:  The beginning of Rome.


Friday, October 25

Reading benchmark Test

Read p. 155-159.  Complete reading guide for Chapter 6, sec 1.  This will be due on Wednesday.


Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The Greeks video

If you missed class last Friday, you missed the beginning of the videos we watched in class.  We watched the last 20 minutes of Part 2.  This video will start at 36:30 minutes.  Click here for the sheet to fill out.



 For part 3, we only watched the first 25 minutes or so.



Schedule October 15-18

Tuesday, October 15

1.  Finish video
2.  Take short quiz on Peloponnesian War
3.  Go over the reading guides for Chapter 5, Sections 1-3

Wednesday, October 16

GRECO-ROMAN ART FORUM.  Today, you will be meeting in the theater for a forum on art in the Classical world.

Thursday, October 17

1.  Discuss the forum; take quiz?
2.  Lecture:  Alexander's World

Read p. 142-149.  Complete RG Chapter 5, sections 4-5 for Monday

Friday, October 18

Lecture:  Alexander the Great

Finish reading guide for Monday.  You will have a quiz over Chapter 5 on TUESDAY!

Things to know for the Quiz:

Terms/People
Map
Themes/Ideas
Monarchy
Oligarchy
Tyranny/tyrant
Democracy
Persian Wars
Peloponnesian Wars
Pericles
Minoan civilization
Mycenaean civilization
Homer
Macedonia
Alexander the Great
Acropolis
Parthenon
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
Trojan War
Polis
Athens
Sparta
Olympia
Corinth
Thebes
Troy
Crete
Knossos
Aegean Sea
Mediterranean Sea
Ionian Sea
Rhodes

Geography of Greece—importance

Limits on democracy in Athens

Spreading of Greek culture

Results of the Persian Wars and Peloponnesian Wars

Hellenic/Hellenistic culture

Art and architecture in Ancient Greece

Alexander the Great—significance; how he ruled; what he did






Tuesday, October 8, 2013

SCHEDULE OCTOBER 7-11

Monday, October 7

1st & 3rd:  Lewis University Field Trip
8th:  The Myth of Star Wars

Remember, your Chapter 5, Sec 1 & 2 reading  guide is due on Wednesday.

Tuesday, October 8

Lecture:  The Greek City State:  Athens v. Sparta

Reading guide due tomorrow.

Wednesday, October 9

1.  Athens & Sparta Venn Diagram
2.  Lecture:  The Persian Wars

Thursday, October 10

1.  Lecture:  The Beginning of the End of the Greek World
2.  Video:  The Greeks:  Crucible of Civilization, Part 3

You will have a sheet that goes with this video.


Friday, October 11

Finish Video

Quiz next week on Ancient Greece!



Sunday, September 29, 2013

Schedule September 30 - October 4, 2013

Monday, September 30

1.  Write a THESIS statement for the DBQ
2.  Lecture:  Greek Geography and Early History

Read Pages 123-126 in your textbook.  There is a reading guide that goes with this.  But I am going to make it OPTIONAL.  You can do it for extra credit---but you will need to download it yourself.  Even if you do not do the assignment, YOU STILL NEED TO READ!  You may have a pop quiz later in the week!

Chapter 5, Section 1 Reading Guide  This will be due on THURSDAY, if you choose to do it.  It will not be accepted late.

Tuesday, OCTOBER 1 

Periods 1 & 3:  Today, you will be watching a video entitled, "The Greeks:  Crucible of Civilization."  There is a sheet that goes with the video.  You can download it here.  If you are absent, you will still need to see the video, which you can watch below.

Period 8:  You will be meeting with your counselor.  You will be watching the video on Wednesday.

Wednesday, October 2
Periods 1 & 3:  Today, you will be meeting with your counselors.
Period 8:  Today, you will be watching the video that is located above.
If you are doing the optional assignment, it needs to be turned in TOMORROW!

Thursday, October 3
1.  Finish the film if necessary.  Discuss.
2.  Complete MAP of Ancient Greece.  
Homework:  Read pages 127-139 in the textbook.  Complete the Reading Guide Chapter 5, Sections 2-3.  This will be due on TUESDAY!

Friday, October 4
Lecture:  Ancient Athens and Ancient Sparta
Happy Homecoming!
Don't forget the reading guide is due on TUESDAY!

Monday, September 23, 2013

Schedule September 23-27

Monday, September 23

1.  Go over Chapters 3 & 4 Reading Guides
2.  Review for Test

Tuesday, September 24

Test Unit 1

30 Multiple Choice
1 Essay

Wednesday, September 25

1.  Discuss Test
2.  DBQ Writing in World History

Thursday, September 26

Introduction to the History of Greece:  The Mediterranean Region

Read Chapter 5, Sec 1 (pages 123-126).  Complete Cornell Notes Reading Guide.  Due Monday.

Friday, September 27

Lecture:  The World of Homer

Don't forget:  the reading guide is due on Monday!


Saturday, September 21, 2013

Unit 1 Terms Addendum

This is the "addendum" to your Unit 1 Overview.  I removed a few of the terms and added a couple more.

You can view or download the addendum here.


Monday, September 16, 2013

SCHEDULE September 16-20, 2013

Monday, September 16   BRING BOOK TODAY

Today, you will be working on the Chapter 3 Reading Guide.  The first half of the assignment is to take notes on the chapter.  We will be talking about this in class.

Due on Wednesday.

Tuesday, September 17

Lecture:  Judaism

Reading Guide Due Tomorrow!

Wednesday, September 18

Lecture:  The Rise and Fall of Empires in the Middle East

Read Chapter 4.  The reading guide for Chapter 4 is OPTIONAL.  You can do it for extra credit.  10 Points.  If you do decide to complete this assignment you will have to print it out yourself and turn it in Friday.

Thursday, September 19

Lecture:  Ancient China Under the Qin

Chapter 4 reading guide due tomorrow if you decide to do it!

Friday, September 20

1.  Go over Chapter 4 reading guide
2.  Review for Test by completing study chart

Unit Test on Tuesday!


Sunday, September 8, 2013

SCHEDULE September 9-13

I've been out a bit due to the fact that I came down with pneumonia.  I expect you guys to be respectful and mature while I am gone.  For the most part, I got absolutely great reports for Friday.  Thank you for that. However, there are a few of you who have not acted in the manner that I would expect.  You know who you are....

Monday, September 9

Today, you will be watching the first episode of Mankind: The Story of All of Us, entitled "Inventors." There is a sheet for this fill that you will fill out while watching.  If you miss the film, you will still need to watch it.  You can watch it right here:




Homework:  Finish reading Chapter 2 and complete reading guide "Egypt, the Indus River Valley and China" for Wednesday.

Tuesday, September 10

Finish the film.  After you are done with the film, you will be writing a short essay.  The essay will be given in class and you will have about 20 minutes to finish it.

The Reading Guide for Chapter 2 is due tomorrow.

Wednesday, September 11

Discuss Chapter 2 and the chart.  Review for quiz.  Don't forget, we have Flash cards to help you study.  Go to the tab at the top of the page!

The exam will be 40 multiple choice, matching and map questions.  Please be sure to know the following:

1.  River civilizations.  Know the characteristics of the 4 major river civilizations
2.  Art of the ancient world.  Match the picture to the appropriate civilization.
3.  Multiple choice.  Be able to answer questions comparing and contrasting the civilizations, characteristics of the Neolithic revolution, complex cultures.
4.  Map.  You will be asked to identify several features on a map
5.  Specific Definitions.  The last section is a matching section for specific definitions.  Look at your reading guides.


Thursday, September 12

Quiz:  Chapters 1 & 2

Read, "The Philosophy Behind the Movie Avatar" and answer the questions.  Due tomorrow.

Friday, September 13

Lecture:  Avatar and Hinduism

Read Chapter 3 and complete reading guide for Tuesday.




Monday, September 2, 2013

Schedule September 3-6, 2013

Tuesday, September 3

Lecture:  Ancient River Valley Civilizations:  India and China


Wednesday, September 4  BRING BOOK TODAY

Ancient River Valley Civilization Map activity

Due on Friday.

Thursday, September 5

No School.  Happy New Year 5774!

Friday, September 6  BRING BOOK TODAY

Chapter 2 activity with Civilizations chart.  This will be due on Monday.

Next week, you will be having an exam over chapters 1 & 2.  The exam will be on Tuesday.

The exam will be 40 multiple choice, matching and map questions.  Please be sure to know the following:

1.  River civilizations.  Know the characteristics of the 4 major river civilizations
2.  Art of the ancient world.  Match the picture to the appropriate civilization.
3.  Multiple choice.  Be able to answer questions comparing and contrasting the civilizations, characteristics of the Neolithic revolution, complex cultures.
4.  Map.  You will be asked to identify several features on a map
5.  Specific Definitions.  The last section is a matching section for specific definitions.  Look at your reading guides.

You can access the flashcards for the book here.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

SCHEDULE AUGUST 26-30

Monday, August 26

Lecture:  The Neolithic Revolution

Homework:  Read the article "At Home."  Tomorrow we will be using the article to examine reading skills

Tuesday, August 27

1.  Quiz over the article?  Hmmmmm.  Maybe.
2.  Using the article "At Home," we will examine reading skills by completing the sheet, "Reading Skills in World History: A [Re]Introduction"

If not completed in class, finish the sheet for homework.

Wednesday, August 28

Lecture:  Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt

Thursday, August 29

Lecture:  Ancient Egypt, India and China

Friday, August 30  BRING BOOK TODAY

Introduction to "Specific Definitions."

Read chapter 1 (pages 14-23) and Chapter 2 (pages 29-34).  Complete the Reading Guide.  Due on Tuesday, September 3.

Don't forget:  the reading guide for Chapters 1-2 due on Tuesday!

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Schedule August 21-23

Welcome to the 2013-14 school year!

Wednesday, August 21

Introduction to the course.  We will discuss class rules and expectations.

Homework:  Read, "Prehistoric Art."  Complete reading guide for Monday!

Thursday, August 22

Lecture:  What the study of history has to do with Ferris Bueller and Homer Simpson


Friday, August 23

Lecture and demonstration:  How art began

Have a great weekend!

Reading guide is due on Monday!




Welcome to 2013-14

Welcome to the website for Mr. Janu's World History class.  Here you will find everything you need to be successful.  All homework and readings are available online and each week a schedule will be posted.

I look forward to meeting you this year!


Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Schedule May 28-31

Tuesday, May 28

Lecture:  The War Begins

Read Chapter 32 and complete reading guide.  Due on Friday.

Wednesday, May 29

Lecture:  The United States enters the War

Thursday, May 30

Video:  Apocalypse:  World War II.  There is a sheet.  So if you are not here, you can watch the video and complete the sheet at home.


Reading guide is due tomorrow.

Friday, May 31

Finish video.




Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Schedule May 20-24

Monday, May 20

Work on RG for Ch 30.  It is due on Wednesday.

Tuesday, May 21

Video:  The Russian Revolution in Color:  Freedom and Hope.

Wednesday, May 22

Lecture:  The Russian Revolution

Thursday, May 23

Lecture:  The origin of World War II

Reading Guide:  World War II part 1.  Due Monday.

Friday, May 24

Lecture:  World War II begins


Monday, May 13, 2013

Schedule May 13-17

Monday, May 13

1. Lecture:  The Versailles Peace Treaty
2.  Complete Map of Europe After WWI

Tonight, complete the WWI review assignment.

Tuesday, May 14

Review for test; go over reading guides

Wednesday, May 15

Test:  Imperialism and World War I

Thursday, May 16

Lecture:  Introduction to Russian History


Friday, May 17


RASPUTIN!

Read Chapter 30, sections 1-2.
Complete Reading Guide for Wednesday.

Monday, May 6, 2013

Schedule May 6-10

Monday, May 6

Video:  All Quiet on the Western Front

Tuesday, May 7  Bring Book!

Work on WWI reading guide.  Due on Thursday.

Wednesday, May 8

1.  Lecture:  The War on the high Seas
2.  Video:  The Last Voyage of The Lusitania

Thursday, May 9

Finish Video

Friday, May 10

Lecture:  The United States gets involved

Next Wednesday:  Test over Imperialism


Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Schedule April 29-May 3

Monday, April 29

Video:  Crisis in the Congo plus sheet.  After you are done watching the video, complete the Map activity.  Due tomorrow. (If you were not here, you still need to watch the vide and answer the questions.)



Tuesday, April 30

Lecture/activity:  Imperialism through poetry and song

Wednesday, May 1  BRING BOOK TODAY

Today, in class, you will be working on the Imperialism Packet.  It will be due on Friday.

Thursday, May 2

Map activity:  Europe before World War I

Friday, May 3

Lecture:  The Causes of World War I


Monday, April 15, 2013

Schedule April 15-19

Monday, April 15

1. Check Thesis statement
2. Lecture:  Writing a Thesis

Tonight, you need to outline your essay.  Instructions will provided in class.

Tuesday, April 16

1. Collect outlines.
2. Lecture:  Art of the 19th Century

Wednesday, April 17

Lecture:  Art of the 19th Century

Thursday, April 18

Finish Art

Friday, April 18

Test:  Art of the 19th Century

This weekend you need to write your Industrial Revolution Essay.  It is due on Monday.  It needs to be word processed.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Schedule April 8-12

Monday, April 8

In class today, you will be working on a Chapter 25 & 26 Reading Guide.  This guide covers the Industrial Revolution.  It will be due on Wednesday.

Tuesday, April 9

Continue working on the Reading Guide. It is due tomorrow.

Wednesday, April 10

After collecting the reading guide, we are going to begin the process of historical writing.  In the end, you will be writing an essay evaluating the industrial revolution.  In class, we will be going through documents related to an eventual essay you will be writing.

Thursday, April 11

Discuss the documents in packet.  Develop a thesis.  The thesis is due on Monday.

Friday, April 12   ART AND MUSIC DAY!

Today, meet in the black box theater for a presentation on Art and Music of the 1700-1800s.

The Industrial Revolution Thesis is due on Monday!


Monday, April 1, 2013

Schedule April 1-5

Monday, April 1

Welcome Back!
Give back test scores.
Lecture:  Congress of Vienna

Tuesday, April 2

Lecture:  Politics of the 19th century

Wednesday, April 3  GOTH DAY!

1. Quiz:  Political Ideology
2.  Article on Gothic Romanticism (plus questions).  You will be reading the article quietly in class and answering questions on your own.  Not a group activity.

Thursday, April 4

1.  Discuss article
2. Lecture:  Romanticism

Friday, April 5

Lecture:  Introduction to the Industrial Revolution.  Bring Book on Monday!


Monday, March 18, 2013

Schedule, March 18-22, 2013

Monday, March 18

Finish Napoleon Lecture

Tuesday, March 19

Review for Test

Wednesday, March 20

Test over Absolutism, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment and French Revolution

Thursday, March 21  BRING BOOK TODAY

Today, you will be working on the reading guide for Chapter 23, section 5.  This reading guide will be due TOMORROW.

Friday, March 22

Lecture:  The Congress of Vienna

Have a great Spring Break and STAY OUT OF THE TREES!

Monday, March 11, 2013

Schedule, March 11-15

Monday, March 11

Today we will be finishing the video: The French Revolution  You will need to have seen this video, so if you missed any day, you can watch it below.  There is a sheet for the video, which you will need for the quiz on Wednesday.

The French Revolution Reading Guide is due on Wednesday.


Tuesday, March 12

French Revolution Recap.  Quiz tomorrow!

Wednesday, March 13  BRING BOOK TODAY

Quiz:  French Revolution.

When you are done with the quiz, you can start working on the Reading Guide for Chapter 23, section 3-4.  This reading guide is due on Friday.

Thursday, March 14

Lecture:  The Rise and Fall of Napoleon, Part 1

The Napoleon Reading Guide is due on tomorrow.

Friday, March 15

Lecture:  The Rise and Fall of Napoleon, Part 2


Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Schedule March 4-8, 2013

Monday, March 4

Video:  The Medici:  Godfathers of the Renaissance

Tuesday, March 5

Snow Day!

Wednesday, March 6

Lecture:  Introduction to the Enlightenment

Thursday, March 7

Lecture:  The Road to Revolution in France

Read Chapter 23, Sections 1-2.  Complete reading guide for Monday.

Friday, March 8

Video: The French Revolution  (This video will be used in place of me lecturing on the French Revolution.  If you miss any day, you will need to see it.  There is a sheet for the video.  And, you can watch the video below. Part 1 is below, the rest should load after each viewing).


Don't forget, the reading guide is due on Monday.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Schedule February 25-March 1

Monday, February 25

Lecture:  The Age of Absolutism, Part 2

Start reading Chapter 22.  The reading guide is due on Friday.  And it will be the subject of a quiz you will be having on Friday.

Tuesday, February 26

2nd Period:  Bring book today.  You will be given some time to work on the Scientific Revolution/Enlightenment reading guide.
3rd Period:  Meet in the Black Box today for Lecture on the English Civil War.

Wednesday, February 27

2nd Period: Meet in the Black Box today for Lecture on the English Civil War.
3rd Period: Bring book today.  You will be given some time to work on the Scientific Revolution/Enlightenment reading guide.

Thursday, February 28

Lecture:  The Age of Enlightenment

The Chapter 22 reading guide is due tomorrow!

Friday, March 1

Quiz:  The Age of Absolutism, Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment

Monday, February 18, 2013

Schedule February 19-22

Tuesday, February 19

Go over reading guides.  Review for the Unit 4 Test.  I will be available for online study tonight, starting at 8:30.

Wednesday, February 20

Test:  Unit 4

Thursday, February 21

ACT Practice

Friday, February 22

Lecture:  Intro to Absolutism



Sunday, February 10, 2013

Schedule February 11-15, 2013

Monday, February 11

Lecture:  European Exploration, Part 1

Tuesday, February 12

Period 2:  Go to Black Box for Renaissance Art forum
Period 3:  Lecture:  European Exploration, Part 2

Read Chapter 20.  Complete Reading Guide for Friday!

Wednesday, February 13

Period 2: Lecture:  European Exploration, Part 2
Period 3: Go to Black Box for Renaissance Art Forum

Thursday, February 14

Lecture:  Slavery 101 (Part 1)

Reading guide due tomorrow.

Friday, February 15

Lecture:  Slavery 101 (Part 2)

Unit 4 Test is on Wednesday of next week!


Sunday, February 3, 2013

Schedule February 4-8, 2013

Monday, February 4

Lecture:  The Protestant Reformation, Part 2

Tuesday, February 5

Go over reading guides.  Review for quiz.

Wednesday, February 6

Quiz: Chapter 17 (Renaissance and Reformation)

Read Chapters 19 & 20.  Complete reading guide for Monday.

Thursday, February 7

Lecture:  Age of Exploration, Part 1

Friday, February 8

Lecture: Age of Exploration, Part 2

Finish Reading Guide for Monday.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Schedule January 23-28

Wednesday, January 23

1.  Intro to 2nd Semester
2.  Intro to the Renaissance

Read Chapter 17, sections 1 & 2.  Complete reading guide for TUESDAY, January 26

Thursday, January 24

Lecture:  Humanism

Friday, January 25

Lecture:  Machiavelli and The Prince

Monday, January 28

Video:  The Medici: Makers of Modern Art
Complete the sheet for the video.  The video is also online in case you miss it.

RG Chapter 17 sections 1 & 2 due tomorrow.

Tuesday, January 29

Today, you will be working in class on the reading guide for the rest of Chapter 17.  This covers the Reformation.  The reading guide will be due on Friday.

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Schedule January 7-11, 2013

Welcome back!

Monday, January 7

1.  Map of Empires for Unit 3
2.  Finish video on Genghis Kahn

Tuesday, January 8

Go over reading guides.  Discuss Test.

Wednesday, January 9

Review for Unit Test

Thursday, January 10

Essay Test for Unit 3

Friday, January 11

Test:  Unit 3