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CLASS BLOG


TUE,
June 16
8am Final Exam
THR,
June 11
Review for Final Exam
TUE,
June 9
Review for Final Exam


FRI,
June 5
In Class:
Present High Renaissance- Khan Academy
Leonardo- Mystery of a Masterpiece (52:52)
Homework:
Organize Note-book and prepare for the final exam
Sistine Chapel Virtual Tour
St Peter's Square Virtual Tour
WED,
June 3
In Class:
Watch the DVD Michelangelo Revealed (52:32) and take notes using the worksheet handed out in class.
Homework:
Complete High Renaissance- Khan Academy Project. Be sure to go into google drive and add multiple images of your artwork, artifact or building to the class' google presentation. Please add your artist's images in the order listed on the assignment page. (For instance- Leonardo da Vinci the "Anatomist" is the first image in the presentation and Tintoretto "The Last Supper" should be the last few images in the google presentation.)
MON,
June 1
In Class:
Present High Renaissance
Last Supper- Monty Python
Homework:
High Renaissance- Khan Academy Project. Be sure to go into google drive and add multiple images of your artwork, artifact or building to the class' google presentation. Please add your artist's images in the order listed on the assignment page. (For instance- Leonardo da Vinci the "Anatomist" is the first image in the presentation and Tintoretto "The Last Supper" should be the last few images in the google presentation.)

THR,
MAY 28
In Class:
Lecture- Renaissance Art
Leonardo's Genius
The Math Behind the Beauty
Last Supper- Monty Python
Homework:
High Renaissance- Khan Academy Project. Be sure to go into google drive and add multiple images of your artwork, artifact or building to the class' google presentation. Please add your artist's images in the order listed on the assignment page. (For instance- Leonardo da Vinci the "Anatomist" is the first image in the presentation and Tintoretto "The Last Supper" should be the last few images in the google presentation.)
TUE,
MAY 26
In Class:
Complete Presentations - Botticelli, Savanarola
Read The Annotated Mona Lisa and take notes using the study guide shared with you in googledocs. Please include images and a few notes for every artwork mentioned or shown in the text. SHARE it with me with the title Lastname.MonaLisa.5W
Homework:
Complete The Annotated Mona Lisa study guide up to and including Leonardo da Vinci.

MEMORIAL DAY

THR,
MAY 21
In Class:
Students present Era of Medici

Homework:
TUE,
MAY 19
In Class:
Work in groups to create a short Googledoc presentation on the Era of the Medici.
Use the title Artist.5W. Write using "bullet form," Include relevant images, artworks, titles for slides and 15 words per slide that include vocabulary.
Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
Part 1: Birth of a Dynasty
Homework:
FRI,
MAY 15
In Class:
Work in groups to create a short Googledoc presentation on the Era of the Medici.
Use the title Artist.5W. Write using "bullet form," Include relevant images, artworks, titles for slides and 15 words per slide that include vocabulary.
Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
Part 1: Birth of a Dynasty
Homework:
Complete Presentation
Here is a Great Resource- Early Renaissance in Italy by Khan Academy
WED,
MAY 13
In Class:
Read your assigned section on the Era of Medici and construct a a brief study guide (In Googledocs)on each person listed below. SHARE it with me (Lastname.Topic.5W) Identify all images mentioned in the reading and be able to annotate them. Be sure you Answer The Questions 1-12 on pages 71 and 72 that pertain to your section. Make sure you write complete answers. What makes your person a Renaissance Person? How are you- Well-Rounded, Multi-Talented, Humanistic, Live-For Today, inventive, curious and a lover of Greece and Rome?
1. Cosimo-
2. Lorenzo-
3. Donatello-
4. Brunelleschi-
5. Masaccio-
6. Alberti-
7. Botticelli-
8. Savonorola-
Homework:
Complete Research
MON,
MAY 11
In Class:
Quiz on Geography
CE Present Lindhal
What factors lead the decline of Medieval Europe and the birth of the Renaissance?
Walls of Constantinople TED Education (4:17)
Why did the Renaissance Begin in Italy?
What is Humanism?
The Renaissance (3:06)

Homework:
Read- Why did the Renaissance Begin in Italy and write down 10 new things you learned that was not covered in class.
THR,
MAY 7
In Class:
Groups Present their work
Homework:
TUE,
MAY 5
In Class:
Groups finalize Presentations
Homework:
FRI,
MAY 1
In Class:
Group work
Homework:
WED,
APR 29
In Class:
Annotated Interview
Group Work
Homework:
Use On-Line Resources
MON,
APR 27
In Class:
CE Presentation- Glassock
Library- Locate two books and take notes
Homework:

APRIL VACATION

WED,
APR 15
No Class- World Religions Field Trip
MON,
APR 13
In Class:
Library- Locate two books and take notes
GVLR
Homework:
THR,
APR 9
In Class:
Text Book Chapter
On-Line encyclopedia
Homework
Take notes on the note-taking guide and Revise PIRATE and Bloom questions.
TUE,
APR 7
In Class:
Middle Ages Project- China, Japan, Inca, Maya, West Africa. Mongols
All of the documents you will need for this project are in google drive in the folder AAA Middle Ages
Close-Looking Assignment
Pre-search Work- PIRATES and First Draft of 2-3 Bloom questions.
Homework
Research on-line and take a few notes. Cite relevant sources using MLA format on the note-taking guide. Revise PIRATE and Bloom questions.
FRI,
APR 3
In Class:
Black Death Simulation
Homework:
Go into Google Docs and complete the Black Death Web Quest. Please share it back with me with the title Lastname.BlackDeath.5W
WED,
APR 1
In Class:
CE Presentation Andrew White
Read "Decline of Feudalism" Pages 54-55 about the Bubonic Plague.
Homework:
In google docs create a document with the title Lastname.BubonicPlague.5W and SHARE it with me and take notes in outline form. Create categories and use bullets to take your notes.
MON,
MAR 30
In Class:
Reading Quiz on the Crusades
Homework:
Go into Googledocs and complete the assignment Crash Course Crusades. Watch The Crusades Crash Course (11:32)
THR,
MAR 26
In Class:
Crescent & The Cross
Homework:
Go into Googledocs and complete the vocabulary and questions on the study guide: Chapter VIII- The Crusades
TUE,
MAR 24
In Class:
Quiz on Islam
Lecture- Time-Line Overview of Middle Ages
Where The Middle Ages Dark? (5:46)
The Middle Ages in 3 1/2 Minutes
What do you already know? What is new?
Read about The Magna Carter- The Great Charter pages 51-53
The Magna Carta (6:25)
What is the Magna Carta? What important Changes does it create?
Homework:

FRI,
MAR 20

FIELD TRIP TO MFA

WED,
MAR 18
In Class:
Review Annotated Artworks
Complete Annotated MFA artwork. PRINT in COLOR Prior to end of class.
Homework:
Go into googledocs and locate a document shared with you called 15-Islam Web Quest. Make a copy of the document, share it back with me, and complete the assignment. You will need headphones.

Study for quiz on Islam- know the 5 Pillars!
MON,
MAR 16
In Class:
Students are assigned and Annotate MFA artwork
Homework:
Bring headphones to next class.
FRI,
MAR 13

WINTER LONG WEEKEND

WED,
MAR 11
In Class:
CE Present Trusdale
Students share and then collect Dante's Inferno Cartoon
Assess Prior Knowledge on Islam
Introduce Islam: History of Religion in 90 seconds
Lecture- Introduction to Islam

HOMEWORK:
Create a visual that illustrates the 5 Pillars of Islam. You can use a cartoon program or any other digital tool. Make sure you include what the pillar is with at least some detail. For instance- for Zakat how much do you donate and to who? PRINT PRIOR TO NEXT CLASS.
MON,
MAR 9
In Class:
Go to YPAC- Visit by Rinponche
Jury Duty
Homework:
THR.
MAR 5
In Class:
Hand-Out field Trip Permission to MFA
Maine's Failing Bridges PPH Mar 2015
Lecture- Feudalism(scroll down the page to the Middle Ages and "click" on the Feudal System) & Manorialism

Introduce Dante's Inferno and how fear of sin and hell dominated the medieval mind. Hand-out Dante's inferno diagram. Examine how sins of the flesh are not as bad as sins of the soul.
HOMEWORK:
Continue to Examine Dante's Inferno- A Virtual Tour of Hell and Dante's Inferno VisualizedThis is also a good resource:http://apliterature-sasd.wikispaces.com/home
Create a 6 Panel Cartoon on Dante's Inferno with contemporary people suffering for their sins. Put a contemporary famous person into Dante's Hell and describe the level of hell and why the sinner is there. Describe how Dante's inferno gives us an insight into the how people in the Middle Ages viewed the world and how they feared the afterlife.
Be sure to put in 5 true facts about Dante's Inferno. Use this resource: http://www.pixton.com/
TUE,
MAR 3
In Class:
Christianity Quiz
Hand-in your annotated The Catalonian Chapel
Watch the Birth of the Gothic- Abbot Sugar Khan Academy (5:18)
Watch the following video on Gothic Cathedrals and answer the questions on the worksheet below.
Building The Great Cathedrals NOVA (53:07)

Play with this Interactive- The Physics of Stone Arches- NOVA
Homework:
Read Art in The Middle Ages- Reign of Religion Pages 27-29 and answer the questions on Gothic Art
FRI,
FEB 27
NO Class- Spirit Week Assembly
WED,
FEB 25
In Class:
CE Present Silveira
Lecture- Introduction to Byzantine Art and Catalonian Chapel
Complete an annotated artwork of the Catalonian Chapel MFA. PRINT OUT PRIOR TO NEXT CLASS
Review and edit Catalonian Chapel and print out in color.

Homework:
Study for Quiz on Christianity
MON,
FEB 23
In Class:
Review Christianity
Alterpiece & The Last Supper
Hagia Sofia (Start at 9:30)
Homework:
Read Art in The Middle Ages- Reign of Religion Pages 24-27 on Byzantine & Romanesque Art

FEBRUARY VACATION

THR,
FEB 12
In Class:
Lecture Christianity
History of Religion in 90 seconds

Mount Athos, Part 1 (14:20) 60 Minutes
TUE,
FEB 10
In Class:
CE Present Richards
America’s Declining Infrastructure60 Minutes (14:07)Homework:
"Actively Read" the handout Learning About Christianity. This requires you to highlight important information and to make some brief notes in the margins as you read. It should be obvious that you have read this article twice and are familiar with the key points. Focus on how Christianity is similar and unique when compared with Judaism.
FRI,
FEB 6
In Class:
Review the Decline and Fall of Rome
http://www.bitstripsforschools.com/login/
password:rome2015Homework:
Complete the Cartoon on The Decline and Fall of Rome. Make sure you write a title and your name on your cartoon and print it in color PRIOR to next class.
WED,
Feb 4
In Class:
CE Present Morrill
Engineering an Empire- Pax Romana
Homework:
Read this handout on Aqueducts and Roads in the Roman Empire.

MON,
FEB 2
NO CLASS- Snow Day
THR,
JAN 29
In Class:
Quest Founding to Julius Caesar and Map of Roman Empire
CE Presentation Merrill
Engineering an Empire- Pax Romana
Homework:
None!
TUE,
JAN 27
In Class:
No Class- SNOW DAY!
Homework:
STUDY For Test
FRI,
JAN 23
In Class:
CE Quiz Latham/Kasaei-Fard/Hunt
Practice Quiz- Map of Rome
Review for Quest on Founding to Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar (1956)
Homework:
Study for Quest on Founding of Rome to Julius Caesar and Map of Rome
WED,
JAN 21
In Class:
CE Presentation Latham
Review Julius Caesar Q 8-15 and Study Guide
Review Map of Roman Empire
Homework:
Study for CE Quiz- Latham/Kasaei-Fard/Hunt
Review Notes on Founding of Rome.
Edit and Revise Notes on Julius Caesar.
Start to make Flash Cards.

MLK WEEKEND

FRI,
JAN 16
In Class:
Complete Map of the Roman World. The list and maps will be handed out in class.
Homework:
Read Chapter IX- Julius Caesar and complete the Study Guide and questions 8-15 on page 100.
WED,
JAN 14
In Class:
Finish Punic Wars- Engineering an Empire- Carthage
//Engineering an Empire//- Carthage
Review Julius Caesar Q 1-8 and Study Guide
Engineering an Empire- Julius Caesar
Homework:
Revise Notes on Julius Caesar in google Docs on the CHAPTER IX-CAESAR document and Share with me.
MON,
JAN 12
In Class:
CE Present Kasaei-Fard
Lecture- Founding of Rome to Punic Wars

Review Roman Republic

Homework:
Read Chapter IX- Julius Caesar and start the Study Guide and questions 1-8 on page 100. Also take notes using this Study Guide:

THR,
JAN 8
In Class:
Read A Genius For the Practical and answer the questions on the worksheet handed out in class.

Homework:
Examine an organization that tries to fight hunger. Fill out the yellow form. Be ready to discuss next class.
Read The Roman Republic and type out the answers to the questions on page 441.
TUE,
JAN 6
In Class:
Thomas Cole

Review Thomas Cole http://www.explorethomascole.org/tour/items/69/series/ and read about how Andrew Jackson was a demagogue.

Use this source for Andrew Jackson: http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presidents/andrewjackson

Homework:
Read The Geography of Rome and type out the answers to the questions on page 435.

WINTER HOLIDAY BREAK

FRI,
DEC 19
In Class:
7 Years in Tibet
Homework:
none
WED,
DEC 17
In Class:
7 Years in Tibet
Homework:
MON,
DEC 15
In Class:
CE Quiz Buddhism
CE Present Hunt
Read a selection from The Dharma of Star Wars and identify 3 Quotes that illustrate the Buddhist practice of Right Mindfulness and their belief of Impermanence.
Luke Surprises Yoda (3:34)
Destruction of Death Star (4:02)
10 Questions for the Dalai Lama
Homework;
Read about Tibet and the Dalai Lama.


THR,
DEC 11
In Class:
Lecture Buddhism

Making of a Mandala in time-lapse (15:24)
Construction & Destruction of a Mandala with Dalai Lama (4:45)
Buddhist Prayer Flags
Buddhist Quotes
http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/9074.Th_ch_Nh_t_H_nh
http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/570218.Dalai_Lama_XIV
http://www.dalailamaquotes.org/__
http://www.do-meditation.com/enlightenment-quotes.html#sthash.KF4T8B0V.dpbs
Homework:
Study for Quiz on Buddhism
TUE,
DEC 9
In Class:
Survey-
http://surveygoldcloud.com/s/065112FA4B674096/275.htm
Quiz Hinduism
Read this short overview of Buddhism

Lecture Buddhism
Homework:
Memorize the 4 Noble Truths. What is the relationship between the 4 Noble Truths and the 8 Fold Path?
Read the articles below. What do we learn about the effects of meditation on the brain?
Meditation Alters Brain Structure
World's Happiest Man? GUARDIAN

FRI,
DEC 5
In Class:
CE Present Elliott
History of Religion in 90 seconds
Lecture- Hinduism
Homework:
Study for Quiz on Hinduism.
WED,
DEC 3
In Class:
Complete the Hinduism and Buddhism maps handed out in class. You will have to use your own websites to find the locations on your map. Please use colored pencils and color countries contrasting colors to make the maps good study guides. You should begin to study the geographic locations on this map for a quiz in a few days.
Homework:
Go into your google drive and locate the document with the title Hinduism Web Quest. Copy and Rename the document as YourLastName.Hinduism.5W and SHARE it back with me. Answer all the questions completely. You will need earphones to watch the videos if you start this during class.
MON,
DEC 1
In Class:
Review Test. Review Test Corrections process. Test Corrections are due by class on Friday.
Hinduism K-T-W
Here is a great resource on Hinduism- Information on Hinduism by Primary Homework Help
Homework:
Read the text Pages 200-207 and Go to the website below to get a brief introduction to Hinduism. Take notes on the worksheet handed out in class. (at the bottom of the worksheet are two more websites to help you)

Please note you will not be able to define all of the terms or answer all of the questions on the worksheet. Not to worry, we will go over this worksheet next class and I will answer and questions you have. Hinduism is sometimes tricky to learn and this web-quest is a nice introduction.http://www.hinduacademy.org/schools/ks1-3.htm
Make sure you visit each page:
Introduction to Hinduism
Thinking of God
Hindu Beliefs
Hindu Practices
Interactive Worship

THANKSGIVING VACATION

MON,
NOV 24
In Class:
Greek Travel- Please go in googledocs and create a document with the title Lastname/Lastname.GreekTravel.5W. SHARE IT WITH ME. You should book your trip over April Vacation (airfare, Hotel, Sites) for $7,000 per person. Please include an itinerary with headings, details of your travel, and images. Please calculate all prices in US$.
Homework:
THR,
NOV 20
In Class:
Test Ancient Greece
Homework:
TUE,
NOV 18
In Class:
Quiz- Greek Geography
CE Present Dube
Review Greek Art & Architecture
Homework:
Study for Test on Ancient Greece

FRI,
NOV 14
In Class:
Present Great Greek
Review Peloponnesian War & Alexander The Great
Greek Art & Architecture

Parthenon
Rebuilding Acropolis (5:00min)
Lincoln Memorial Interactive
1. Design and construction details about the Parthenon
2. What is the Golden Ratio?
3. Identify how the Golden Ratio was used in the construction of the Parthenon.
Watch this short video (2:39) The Parthenon- An Optical Illusion
Homework:
Review for Quiz on Greek Geography
Review For Test on Ancient Greece- Study Time-Line, Great Greek Flashcards, and Greek and American Democracy.

WED,
NOV 12
In Class:
Present Great Greeks
Homework:
Read this link on Alexander the Great and find out why he is one of the most famous men in history.
Top 10 Reasons Alexander The Great Was Great
Here is a map to help Alexander The Great
Be prepared for a "pop" quiz on Alexander the Great next class.

VETERANS DAY

FRI,
NOV 7
In Class:
CE Present Cody
Present Great Greeks
Homework:
none. You may want to start reviewing for the test on Ancient Greece on November 20.
WED,
NOV 5
In Class:
CE Quiz Bolles and Harrison
Research Great Greek
Homework:
Work on Great Greek Project- start work on Great Greek Template (Master) found in your google Drive. Rename it and Share it with me.
For homework research your Great Greek using a website. This website must be an excellent source of information and reliable. When you have selected your website you must evaluate it using this Website Evaluation Form.
Great Greek project is due
MON,
NOV 3
In Class:
CE Present Harrison
Reading Comprehension- Legacy of Greece
Research Great Greek
Homework:
Take notes using GVRL: Link
Study for CE Quiz Bolles and Harrison
THR,
OCT 30
In Class:
Review Persian War Time-Line
Research Great Greek
Homework:
Research Great Greek
TUE,
OCT 28
In Class:
CE Present Bolles
Introduce Great Greek Project


Homework:
Go to googledrive and find the document "Copy Great Greek Topic Notes" and rename it and share it back with me.
Read and take notes using Britannica Online School Edition (K-12) Use this LINK
FRI,
OCT 24
In Class:
Read and create a time-line on the Persian War. You can use the text book Text-120-122 to see a great map and find important information.

Using Pages- Students will construct a time-line (with dates) that summarizes the Greek-Persian War. The Time-line will include only important information. Use the text-book and the hand-outs. The time-line should contain the following events:
Be sure to refer to these maps and use this Interactive map of Persian Wars. Click boxes and wait to watch it fill in information.

1. Ionian States Revolt- What were the causes of the war?
2. Battle of Marathon- how did the topography and greek strategy win this battle?
3. Xerxes and the 2nd Persian Invasion- describe Xerxe's strategy and bridge over the Hellenspont
4. Themistocles' Wooden Wall (Oracle of Delphi)
5. Battle of Thermoplyea Pass- how did the topography influence this battle? who won and how?
6. Athens is destroyed
7. Battle of Salamis- how did the topography influence this battle? who won and how?
8. Delian league is Formed- what was this? What was it's purpose?

Essential Question: How did the small city-states of Greece defeat the mighty Persian Empire?

Homework:
Complete Time-Line on the Persian War

Here is a video about the Greek (Spartan) Hoplites, The Argive Grip and the Phalanx Implements of Death (2:30)
Here is a video link about triremes (3:00)
Deconstructing History- The Spartans (3:00)
WED,
OCT 22
In Class:
CE Quiz Baker & Roya
Review Athenian Democracy
Athenian Agora & Greek Democracy Khan Academy (4:39)
I'm Just a Bill Schoolhouse Rock (3:00)
Here are the notes from the board from our study of American Democracy. Notice you need to know our senators and representatives in Washington, D.C.

Homework:
How and why did democracy develop in Athens? Who has the Power? How are Decisions Made? Where do you see Checks and Balances to Power? How are minorities protected? How independent and fair is the Judicial System? Where do you see connections or differences to the American democratic System?
MON,
OCT 20
In Class:
CE Present Baker
Lecture Hoplite to Cleisthenes

Homework:
Study for CE Quiz Baker & Roya
THR,
OCT 16
In Class:
Review Geography of Greece and how geography shaped Ancient Greece.
Lecture- Macro Time-Line of Ancient Greece. You can see a copy of the lecture notes in GoogleDrive with the title of 14OverviewGreeceKN.key
Homework:
Read and take notes on the Democracy of Ancient Athens


TUE,
OCT 14
In Class:
Test on Judaism
Geography of Ancient Greece- Fill-out and complete the map handed out in class.

Here are some helpful Map Resources LINK
Homework:
Read this handout and complete the questions on the back of the handout Geography of Ancient Greece


COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND

THR,
OCT 9
In Class:
CE Present Roya
Shofar at Sunrise (30 seconds)
Inside a Jewish Temple (8:17)
City of Jerusalem for IMAX
Homework:
Study for Test on Judaism.
TUE,
OCT 7
In Class:
Finish Lecture and review of notes
Homework:
Complete the assignment in Google Docs called Jewish Holidays (Share it back with me with the title Lastname.JewishHolidays.5W)
FRI,
OCT 3
In Class:
Watch the Film- Kingdom of David and take notes on the video guide handed out in class.
Homework:
Read the rest of handout Learning About Judaism and take notes using the study guide shared with you in Googledocs.
WED,
OCT 1
In Class:
History of Religion in 90 Seconds
Lecture:Judaism


Video- Prince of EGYPT (2:52)
Homework:
Read the first 1/2 handout Learning About Judaism and take notes using the study guide shared with you in Googledocs. SHARE it back with me Lastname.Judaism.5W. read up to JEWISH BELIEFS.
MON,
SEP 29
In Class:
Present Sustainable Solutions to Hunger in Malawi
In Class Essay- Sustainable Solutions to Hunger in Malawi
Homework:
none (In celebration of Morgan's Birthday)
THR,
SEP 25
Classwork:
Roll-Out Current Events
Hunger Day 2
Homework:
Research Sustainable Solutions to Hunger in Malawi and present them next class. Create a google doc and SHARE it with me with the titleLastname.HungerSolution.5W
Your presentation should have 5 slides maximum. I cover slide (title, your name, Topic, picture) 2-3 Slides (Title, picture, bulleted 20 words max) 1 Slide Bibliography (You need to create a bibliography for images and resources.)
TUE,
SEP 23
Classwork:
Quiz- Countries and Geography of Middle East
Hunger Day 1 - The Food They Eat in One Week TIME
TED Talk videoJuly 2009 (5:59)
Khulungira
Homework:
Identify Quotes from The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind
FRI,
SEP 19
Classwork:
Quiz on 9/11
Study Counties and Geography of the Middle East
Play these Map Games to start to learn your countries
Play this Rethinking Schools game as well. (countries)
Homework:
Study Countries and Geography of Middle East. Quiz Next Class.
WED,
SEP 17
Classwork:
Lecture- How 9/11 Changed America
Go to your Blog and construct a post called How 9/11 Changed America and will be Remembered. Review your notes on September 11th. List 5-10 facts (10 facts for each Question) that you learn about how September 11th changed and will be remembered in America. Please write using complete sentences and be sure to add detail. Please write in your own words. Please upload an image. Write a caption explaining the image.
2. How did the 9/11 attacks change America?
3. In what ways has America found to commemorate this event?
9/11 Memorial and NYTimes Interactive- Ground Zero and World Trade Center Reborn
Homework:
Study for Quiz on 9/11
MON,
SEP 15
Classwork:
Lecture- Causes of 9/11
10 Years after 9/11 AP, 2011
102 Minutes That Changed America-The History Channel
Homework:
Go to your Blog and construct a post called Causes of September 11, 2001. Review your notes on September 11th. List 5-10 facts that you learn about the causes of September 11th. Please write using complete sentences and be sure to add detail. Please write in your own words. Please upload an image. Write a caption explaining the image.
~ Why was America attacked on 9/11?
THR,
SEP 11
Classwork:
Take notes on the worksheet provided using the handout What Happened on 9/11 and identify what you think is the most important information. Pay particular attention to the explanation on Why they attacked and America’s response.

Watch some of this Video- Inside 9/11 and take notes on the handout below.

Homework:
Complete the video Inside 9/11 and take notes. When you are done with the film write down 2-3 things you have questions about. What are 2-3 things you did not understand or you would like to know more about?
TUE,
SEP 9
Classwork:
Laptop Orientation
Think Pair Share Cartoons
Play these Map Games to start to learn your countries
Introduce September 11th- What do we know?, What do we think we know?, What do we want to know?
Homework:
Look in Google Drive for 9/11 Assignment: Interview Someone- What do you remember about September 11th?
FRI,
SEP 5
Classwork:
Share out one interesting fact about someone else. (Two lies and one truth.)
Work on Map of Modern Middle East
Introduce Editorial Cartoons

Homework:
Complete Map
Cartoon Homework (pick 3 of 4 to analyze)
WED,
SEP 3
Classwork:
Course Overview


Tolerance Activity
Burial Boys of Ebola NYTimes (4:53)
Watch: Miniature Earth (3:15) and Did You Know? (4:56) 7 Billion (3:00)
Think-Pair- Share
What was the Thesis?
What were the most important facts?
What were the most interesting facts?
How does this information pertain to me?

Homework:
Illustrate and Annotate one page that Summarizes and Describes you as an individual. Feel free to be creative- but try to make this informative (20 Minutes)
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