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!