COLLEGE LEVEL
WORLD HISTORY TO 1600
MR PEARL
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
2009-2010
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DATE

PERIOD 2 BLUE

FRI, JUNE 11

FINAL EXAM 8-9:30 am

WED, JUNE 9
In Class: Turn-in Text Book Review For Final Exam- 53 minutes
Homework: Review For Final Exam
MON, JUNE 7
In Class: Annotated Mona Lisa
Homework: Bring Text Book
Review For Final Exam
THR, JUNE 3
In Class: Jon's Current Events Quiz
Annotated Mona Lisa

Homework:
TUE, JUNE 1
In Class: Jon's Current Events Presentation
The Black Death
Interactive Map of Black Death

Black Death Simulation Black Death- Webquest
Homework: Read Annotated Mona Lisa: The Renaissance: The Beginning of Modern Painting. Pages 32-40


MEMORIAL DAY

THR, MAY 27
In Class:
Video: Castle
Investigate a famous castle. Annotate image(s) of the Castle with 1. Dates Constructed/Location/Source of Image/Source of Content 2. Details about the Castle's construction and defensive innovations 3. Historical Events associated with the castle. You do NOT need to print this.
http://www.medieval-castles.net/
Homework: Complete Castle Annnotation
TUE, MAY 25
In Class: Hand-in Map 100 Years War
Video: Joan of Arc & 100 Years War
Homework: Type-up your list of 10 True facts about the 100 Years War and Joan of Arc from the film. Be sure to cite the fact from your source. Use sources from Pearl's Middle Ages Wiki
FRI, MAY 21
In Class:
Video: Joan of Arc & 100 Years War
Homework:
Complete Map of 100 Years War

WED, MAY 19
In Class:
Video: Joan of Arc & 100 Years War
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Homework: Start Map of 100 Years War.

Map on 100 Years War external image pdf.png [[file/view/hundred_years_war_map.pdf|hundred_years_war_map.pdf]]
MON, MAY 17
In Class:
Lecture: Feudalism & Manoralism
Video: Castle
Homework: Read and take notes on Joan of Arc and 100 Years War. Go to the class wiki to get additional sources Pearl's Middle Ages Wiki
THR, MAY 13
No Class- Community Service & Freshman Trip to Museum of Fine Arts Boston
TUE, MAY 11
In Class: Present your Annotated Artwork to the class. Print Prior to Class *
Homework: None
FRI, MAY 7
In Class: Hand in Completed Annotated Christ in Majesty. *Print Prior to Class*
Go to the Museum of Fine Arts Website and create an Annotated Artwork for:

Homework: Annotate your assigned artwork from the MFA *Print Prior to Class*
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[[file/view/Annotated+MFAJB-1.doc|Annotated+MFAJB-1.doc]]

WED, MAY 5
In Class: Review Homework on Art in the Middle Ages The Middle Ages: The Reign Of Religion.
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Go to the Museum of Fine Arts Website and create an Annotated Artwork for:
1. Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists 1150–1200

Know Your Saints
http://www.sacred-destinations.com/reference/saint-iconography.htm
http://www.fisheaters.com/saintsart.html
http://catholic-resources.org/Art/Evangelists_Symbols.htm

3. Locate and reprint your Annotated Artwork for Greece (You did in Math Class)
Homework: Complete Annotated Christ in Majesty. *Print Prior to Class*
MON, MAY 3
In Class: Review Text homework 298-302
Review your Student-Led conference work
Video; Gothic Cathedral

Homework: Read and answer questions on Art in the Middle Ages. Read The Middle Ages: The Reign Of Religion.
THR, APR 29
In Class:
Hand-In Voice Thread Test
In preparation for your Student Led Conferences you should add work you have done in Social Studies this year. Please go to this link for details: http://yhs-studentledconferences-gr9.wikispaces.com/
Intro Lecture: Collapse of the Roman Empire and the Start of the Middle Ages
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Homework:
**Read Text 298-302 and take notes under the following headings:
  1. Feudalism
  2. Feudal Relationsips
    1. fief
    2. vassal
  3. Feudal Obligations
    1. homage
  4. Castles For Defense
  5. Life of the Nobility
    1. lord
    2. lady
  6. Entertainment
    1. tournament
  7. Becoming a Knight
  8. The Manorial System- draw a picture of a manor
  9. Work On The Manor
    1. serf
  10. Life in the Castle
  11. Increased production
  12. Peasant Life

TUE, APR 27
In Class: Student Led Conferences
Voice Thread Test
Homework:
Complete Voice Thread Test

APRIL VACATION
THR, APR 15
In Class: Voice Thread is Due at the end of class.
Homework:
No homework
TUE, APR 13
In Class: Begin creating Voice Thread in Class


Homework:
Work on Voice Thread
FRI, APR 9
In Class: < PRINT KEY NOTE PRIOR TO CLASS > < PRINT QUESTIONS PRIOR TO CLASS >
In class work on the final edits of Key Note
Edit and e-mail Mr Pearl the final version of your 4 questions by the end of class.
Some students will begin creating Voice Thread in Class
Homework:
Work on adding 10 facts to your Key Note on Rome.
WED APR 7
In Class: WORLD RELIGIONS FIELD TRIP
Homework:
MON, APR 5
In Class:
Quiz: Christianity
Lecture: Christianity
Homework:
Work on adding 10 facts to your Key Note on Rome. < PRINT KEY NOTE PRIOR TO CLASS >
Write 4 questions on your Roman Research topic. Be sure that the questions are central to your topic and do not ask for a specific fact like a date. < PRINT QUESTIONS PRIOR TO CLASS >
THR, APR 1
In Class: End of 3rd Quarter
Quiz: Judaism
Lecture: Judaism

Homework:
Read about the origins of Christianity in the textbook, pages 171-174 (including the "Characteristics of Christianity" on p. 174.) take notes on the following terms. There will be an open-note reading quiz next class. **
  • messiah
  • Jesus
  • Pontius Pilate
  • disciples
  • Paul
  • Peter
  • martyrs
  • Constantine
  • bishop
  • pope
  • New Testament
  • Trinity
TUE, MAR 30
In Class: Hand-in 1st Draft of your outline
Work all class on 2nd draft of Outline. Due next class.

Homework: Read about the origins of Judaism in the textbook, pages 83-86. Take notes on the following terms for a short matching quiz:

monotheism

prophets
covenant
Abraham
exodus
Moses
David
Jerusalem
Solomon
exile
Diaspora
Jewish Scriptures

FRI, MAR 26
In Class: Hand-in 1st draft of Bibliography
Writer's Workshop II- How to create an outline
Library

Homework: 1st Draft of Outline (Identify Categories and sort content in your notes)
WED MAR, 24
In Class: Writer's Workshop I: How to attack a research project.
Library

Homework: Complete 4-5 pages of notes from 3-4 books.
Typed 1st draft of a bibliography with Britannica, Text Book, 3 books from Library.

MON, MAR 22
In Class: Library
Homework: Complete 3-4 pages of notes from 3-4 books.
Typed 1st draft of a bibliography with Britannica, Text Book, 2 books from Library.

THR, MAR 18
In Class:
Introduce Roman Research Project
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Homework: Begin Research on your topic. Use the on-line Britannica http://libraries.maine.edu/mainedatabases/ to write 1-2 pages of notes on your topic.

TUE, MAR 16
In Class: Quiz on Buddhism
Dalai Lama & Tibet

KHEN RINPOCHE VISIT (PERIOD 5)
Homework: Read and take notes on Tibet.

FRI, MAR 12
In Class: Andrea's Current Events Quiz
Quiz on Hinduism
Review Lecture: Buddhism

Homework: Study for Quiz on Buddhism
WED, MAR 10
In Class: Andrea's Current Events Presentation
Review Lecture: Hinduism
Lecture: Buddhism

Homework: Study for Andrea's quiz
Study for quiz on Hinduism

MON,
MAR 8
In Class: Lecture: Hinduism



Homework: Please complete your section of this assignment.

THR,
MAR 4
In Class:Sydney's Current Events Quiz
Fill-in Map to indicate Roman Civilization at the: A) End of Punic War B) Death of Caesar C) Death of Augustus D) Greatest Extent of Empire

Review: A Genius For The Practical, Legends Describe the Founding of Rome
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[[file/view/Founding.Gracchi.ppt|Founding.Gracchi.ppt]]

Homework: Read text and take notes on Hinduism.

TUE,
MAR 2
In Class: Sydney's Current Events Presentation
Work on Map, Bring Text to next class.
Work on Map- Rome Map (use this link to help)

Homework: Complete Map
FRI,
FEB 26
In Class: NO CLASS SNOW DAY

Homework:
WED,
FEB 24
In Class: Finish Cole
Read and take notes on Rome: A Genius For The Practical, Legends Describe the Founding of Rome, The Advantages of Rome's Geographic Site, The Etruscans, Language, Law, Legions.

Homework: Complete A Genius For The Practical, Legends Describe the Founding of Rome, The Advantages of Rome's Geographic Site, The Etruscans, Language, Law, Legions.
MON,
FEB 22
In Class: Cole
Homework:

FEBRUARY VACATION
WED,
FEB 10
In Class: Alexander The Great
Homework:
MON,
FEB 8
In Class: Quiz: Greek Sculpture
Alexander The Great

Homework: Read the following resource and take notes on each section. Know the Top 10 Reasons Alexander Was Great
THR,
FEB 4
In Class: Aaliyah's Current Events Quiz
Quiz on Greek Architecture
Finish Greek Sculpture

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Homework:
Study for Aaliyah's Current Events Quiz
Read Packet- GREECE: THEY INVENTED A LOT MORE THAN THE OLYMPICS
Take notes on these topics:
Intro: " Man is the measure of all things"
Painting
Vase Painting
Sculpture
Architecture
Doric, Ionic, Corinthian Orders
Greek Styles- Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic

TUE,
FEB 2
In Class: Aaliyah's Current Events Presentation
Start our study of Greek Architecture and sculpture


Homework:Study for Quiz on Greek Architecture
FRI,
JAN 29
In Class: Quiz on Great Greeks
Extra Credit: Read this article about Americans who have decided to join terrorist groups who hate America. Write a brief summary of the article. Include 5 key facts from the article. What is the author's explanation for this phenomenon? Limit- 1 page (in your own words!) Be sure to click on the "interactive time-line" on the left. The Jihadist Next Door


Homework: Watch the on-line Videos on the Parthenon. NOVA- Parthenon
Watch Chapter 1, Chapter 2, and Chapter 4. Take notes and record 3 facts you learn from each Chapter. Please take care to record complete and detailed facts. Remember- you can pause the video to take notes.Study for quiz on Greek Architecture

WED,
JAN 27
In Class:Finish Great Greek Presentations
Aristotle
Sappho
Phidias
Alcibiades
Herodotus
Thucydides


Homework: Study for quiz on Great Greeks. <PRINT OUT NOTES PRIOR TO CLASS>
MON,
JAN 25
In Class: Finish Great Greek Presentations
Homework: Study for quiz on Great Greeks

END of 2nd QUARTER

THR,
JAN 21
In Class: Great Greek Project Due
Homework: None (Unless you have last-minute work to make-up. Please check powerschool)
TUE,
JAN 19
In Class: Adam's Current Events Quiz
Work on Great Greek in Library

Homework: Complete Great Greek Project

MARTIN LUTHER KING WEEKEND
THR,
JAN 14
In Class: Adam's Current Events Presentation
Work on Great Greek in Library

Homework: Complete a rough draft of your Great Greek CD. Start your cover art, list your 8-10 song titles, write your short biography, write your "Thank you's."
TUE,
JAN 12
In Class: Robi's Current Events Quiz
Great Greek

Homework: 2-3 page of notes from library. Use this note-taking guide:

FRI,
JAN 8
In Cass: Robi's Current Events Presentation
Quiz on Sparta & Athens
Introduction: Golden Age of Greece
Begin Great Greek Research Project. Students will select a topic and begin research in class.
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Great Greeks CD.pdf


Homework: Students will complete Great Greek Pre-Search
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WED,
JAN 7
In Class: Nik P's Current Events Quiz
Present Sparta & Athens

Homework: study for Quiz on Sparta & Athens
MON,
JAN 4
In Class: Study Nik P's Current Events Presentation
Use the attached worksheet to take notes on Sparta & Athens. You will be assigned either Sparta or Athens. You should use the handout in class to take notes for each of the categories.

Make posters on Sparta & Athens

Homework: Complete Sparta & Athens

WINTER HOLIDAY VACATION
THR,
DEC 17
In Class: Nik P's Current Events Presentation
Hand in Persian War Time-Line
Complete review of the Persian War.
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Focus: The Last Stand of the 300 Spartans
Obama's 1st Year

Homework: None
TUE,
DEC 15
In Class: Hand-in Map.
Packed up Boxes for Troops In Iraq!

Homework: None
FRI,
DEC 11
In Class: Lecture: Macro Time-Line of Greece
Lecture: The Classical Age and the Impact of Geography on Ancient Greece- The Polis, Acropolis, Agora, and the Chora.
Lecture: Persian War
Focus: The Battle of Marathon

Homework: Complete the Persian War

WED,
DEC 9
Snow Day- No School
MON,
DEC 7
In Class: Luca's Current Events Quiz
Aegean

Homework:
The Greek-Persian War Time-Line Text-120-122
Students will construct a time-line (with dates) that summarizes the Greek-Persian War. The Time-line will include important information. Use the text-book and the hand-out. The time-line should contain the following events:

1. Ionian States Revolt
2. Battle of Marathon
3. Xerxes Invades
4. Battle of Thermoplyea Pass
5. Athens is destroyed
6. Battle of Salamis
7. Battle of Platea
8. Delian league is Formed

THR,
DEC 3
In Class: Luca Presents Current Events
Report-out Legacy of Greece


Homework:Complete Map of Greece
TUE,
DEC 1
In Class: Start Unit on Ancient Greece
Assess Prior knowledge of Greece

Start map of Ancient Greece

Homework: Read your section of the Legacy of Greece and take notes on Greek contributions.
Complete 1/3 of Map on Greece. Here are some maps to help


THANKSGIVING VACATION
TUE,
NOV 24
In Class: Matt C's Current Events Quiz
Test on the AME

Homework: none
FRI,
NOV 20
In Class: Matt C's Current Events Presentation
Review Early Israelites.

Homework: Review for Test on Ancient Middle East (AME)

WED,
NOV 18
In Class: Matt M's Current Events Quiz
Review Phoenecians-Lydians


Homework: Read and take notes using the study guide below on: Early Israelites (Textbook pages 83-86)

MON,
NOV 16
In Class: Matt M's Current Events Presentation
1) Final Artifact Due printed in color Prior to Class.
2) Attach a Work Cited to the artifact.
3) Print and hand-in all notes used on this project.
Review Persian Empire homework.

Homework: Read and take notes using the study guide below on: Phoenecians-Lydians (Textbook 80-82)

THR,
NOV 12
In Class: Work on Annotated Artifact
Homework: Final Artifact Due printed in color Prior to Class. Attach a Work Cited to the artifact. Print and hand-in all notes used on this project.
Review Persian Empire homework.
Read Text book (Pages 90-93) on the Persian Empire and take notes on the attached worksheet.

WED,
NOV 11
Veterans Day: No School
MON,
NOV 9
In Class: Review Hittites, Assyrians, Chaldeans
Homework: Annotated Artifact

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SampleAnnotations.pages

THR,
NOV 5
In Class: Library
Homework: Research your ancient Artifact. Complete 3-5 pages of notes from 3-5 different sources. Notes must be printed prior to next class.
TUE,
NOV 3
In Class: Gage's Current Event's Quiz
Review of Sumerian-Babylonian Homework.
Library

Homework: Read Text book pages 88-90 (Hittites, Assyrians, Chaldeans) and complete the worksheet below.

FRI,
OCT 30
In Class:
Library Research

Homework: Study Gage's Current Events Quiz (Happy Halloween)
WED,
OCT 28
In Class: Will's Current Events Quiz.
Homework:Read Text book pages 58-64 (First Civilization of Fertile Crescent) and complete the worksheet below.
NOTEBOOK CHECK next Class.

MON,
OCT 26
In Class: Select an artifact to research

Frontline: Obama's War
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Start Ancient Artifact Research

Homework: Read textbook pages 49-53 (Egypt's New Kingdom) and complete the attached assignment on Egypt.
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THR,
OCT 22
In Class:
In-class prompt on the impact of geography on early civilizations.

Focus on these questions:

  • What were the main geographical features? (Rivers, mountains, deserts, climate, etc.)
  • How did these affect the civilization that developed? (Consider its agricultural practices, government, religion, writing system, etc.)

You may use your notes to help you write the essay.
Homework: Read textbook pages 44-49 (Egypt's Old and Middle Kingdom) and complete the attached assignment on Egypt.
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TUE,
OCT 20
In Class: Present your notes on the impact of Geography to the class.
Homework: Study for In Class Essay. Be sure to click on the links at the bottom of the page
Egypt
Fertile Crescent
China

FRI,
OCT 16
Classwork/Homework: Students will be taking individual notes on the impact of geography on the ancient civilizations that first developed. Students will use the note-taking guide below to write notes they get from the readings below. They should also hand-draw a map of the geography of their region.

Background readings:
external image pdf.png Egypt.pdf (Robi, Tyler, Dillon, Will)
external image pdf.png FertileCrescent.pdf (Matt C, Matt M, Luca)
external image pdf.png China.pdf (Criagly, Jon, Nik, Adam)
external image pdf.png Indus.pdf (Andrea, Gage, Sydney)

WED,
OCT 14
No Class- Geology Field Trip
MON,
OCT 12
Columbus Day- No School
FRI,
OCT 9
In Class: Test: Freehand Map of the World
Due: Freehand Map

WED,
OCT 7
In Class: Study for Test and complete map.
Games

MON,
OCT 5
In Class: Freehand Map

THR,
OCT 1
In Class:
Socratic Seminar


No Homework

TUE,
SEP 29
In Class:

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FRI
SEP 25
In Class:
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GovernmentIntro.pages

HOMEWORK: PRINT IN COLOR PRIOR TO CLASS
(STEP 1) Read the rest of the chapters on The Cave Painters. Take notes on the insights that we gather about the culture of these first humans. Why did they make this art? How does this art give us an insight into the lives of the early humans?
(STEP 2) Go to Lascoux Cave web-site and click on "Learn" and then click on some of the links to explore details about the cave. (STEP 3) Go to the Lascoux Cave web-site and click on "Discover". Take the "virtual visit." Explore the cave and try and identify aspects of the cave that you read about in The Cave Painters.
(STEP 4) Select one of the paintings in the cave and creat an
Art Annotation. An Art Annotation is when you write an analysis of an artwork. Look here at an example of an Art Annotation. 3-5 Annotations are expected. Use Content from The Cave Painters!
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AnnotatedExemplar.doc
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WED,
SEP 23
In Class: Go to the Summerhill Blog document in your yarmouthschools.org Google account, click in the space below all the text , then click "Insert" and select "Comment" to post your response to the reading.

Here's a link to the full article on Stanley Milgram's experiment on obedience.


Homework: Read Pages 80-91 of The Cave Painters. You can probably guess what it's about.
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~ Identify 3 of the most interesting aspects of the adventure and discovery.


MON,
SEP 21
Homework:Read the excerpt about Summerhill School. How does Mr Neill's opinion about human nature differ from some of the other readings we have done this year?Take notes on 5 important quotes to support your opinion.
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Summerhill.pdf
http://www.summerhillschool.co.uk/

THR,
SEP 17
Homework: Read "What Makes Us Different?" and respond to the questions on the homework sheet.
external image pdf.png WhatMakesUsDifferent.pdf
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Kanzi The Chimp

TUE,
SEP 15
Homework:
**1) Read pages 20-29 in the textbook.
2) Either by hand or using an electronic tool (OpenOffice, Pages, OmniGraffle, etc.), create an illustrated, annotated diagram that compares the following hominids:

  • australopithecus
  • homo habilis
  • homo erectus
  • the Neanderthals
  • homo sapiens sapiens

Be sure to include a picture and information about the time period, physical characteristics, and noteworthy skills or capabilities for each species.
YOU WILL HAVE A SHORT QUIZ IN CLASS OVER THIS INFORMATION. You will be able to look at your diagram.

FRI,
SEP 11
Homework:
Why did the Terrorists attack us on September 11th?
What is the history of Al Quaeda
Research one event on the attached time-line. Provide a picture (printed in color) and be prepared to present it next class.

WED,
SEP 9
In Class:

Homework:
Think about what insight this story can give us to human nature. Pay special attention to your group's chapters. (A) CH 4 (B) CH6 & 7 (C) CH8 + 9:7 (D) CH 9:8-27 (E) CH 11
FRI,
SEP 4
Classwork: Find evidence from the novel for one of the themes of the course.
Homework
: Read and take notes on Genesis. Answer questions 1-8 on the attached worksheet (Genesis1-9). Think about what insight this story can give us to human nature.


WED,
SEPT 2
Homework: (1) Illustrate and Annotate one page map of the village and surroundings from Gathering Blue.
MON,
AUG 31
This is an overview of the course-

Homework: (1) Illustrate and Annotate one page that Summarizes and Describes a character from Gathering Blue. (2) Illustrate and Annotate one page that Summarizes and Describes you as an individual. Feel free to be creative- but try to make this informative.