COLLEGE LEVEL
WORLD HISTORY TO 1600
MR PEARL
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
2010-2011
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Date

Period 4 Blue

TUE, JUN 14
Final Exam 10-11:30
FRI, JUN 10
In Class:
Hand In Text Book

Review For Final
Homework:
WED, JUN 8
In Class:
Review For Final

Homework:
Hand In Text Book
MON, JUN 6
In Class:
Lecture- Renaissance Art.

Homework:
Read- The Renaissance: The Beginning of Modern Painting. Learn abut the 4 breakthroughs in art during the Renaissance.
THR, JUN 2
In Class:
Watch Film: The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance
Complete the Viewing Guides Program #1 and Program #2.
Homework:
Be sure to complete the Era of Medici Homework from May 26th.
TUE, MAY 31
No Class- Community Service Day

MEMORIAL DAY
THR, MAY 26
In Class:
Review Black Death
Black Death Simulation Black Death- Webquest

Homework:
Read Page 53 + 54 and your section of Era of Medici. Using a colored font, type notes on the Study Guide for your section-

2. Donatello- Davis, Hayley
3. Brunelleschi- Antonia, Katie R.
4. Masaccio-Jake, Mike
6. Lorenzo "The Magnificent" Medici-Joey, Olivia, Alexa
7. Botticelli- Sabrina, Ben, Alexis

Homework: Complete Era of Medici
TUE, MAY 24
In Class:
Review Crusades- Q 1-13
Video- The Crusades
List 6 true facts you learned about the Crusades from the Video.
Homework:
Research the Black Death: What was the Black Death? Where did The Black Death Spread?, How many people are estimated to have died from the Black Death? How did the Black Death Spread?, How did The Black Death lead to a revival in Europe?
Boisie State University- Black Death
Interactive Map of Black Death
FRI, MAY 20
In Class:
No Class- Digital Citizenship
Homework:
WED, MAY 18
In Class:
The Crusades
History of Religion in 90 Seconds

Read about the Crusades
and use the following Reading Guide.

Questions 1-7 and vocab
Homework:
Finish Q 8-13 and Vocab.
MON. MAY 16
In Class
Hand-in FINAL draft of Annotated Artwork from MFA.
Print in color prior to class.
Student Led Conferences

Homework:
Complete Student Led Conferences
FRI, MAY 13
Field Trip to MFA in Boston
THR, MAY 12
In Class
Visit the MFA- locate where in the MFA you will find your artwork. http://www.mfa.org/
Visit the Chihuly exhibit at the MFA. What are three things you learned?
Homework:
Complete FINAL draft of Annotated Artwork from MFA. Print in color prior to next class.
TUE, MAY 10
In Class

Lecture: Feudalism & Manoralism
Researching and putting together your Annotated Artwork from MFA.
http://www.mfa.org/search/collections
Homework:
Complete first draft of Annotated Artwork from MFA
FRI, MAY 6
In Class:
Alterpiece

Introduce Artwork #2- The Virgin & The Dead Christ
Saint References
Fish Eaters

John Paul Takes a Step Towards Sainthood
Homework:



WED, MAY 4
In Class:
Collect Museum Permission Slip and $7
Review: Collapse of Roman Empire
Intro- Middle Ages

Go to the Museum of Fine Arts Website and create an Annotated Artwork for:
#1. Catalonian Chapel
Homework:
Complete annotations for the Catalonian Chapel
MON, MAY 2
In Class:
Review Text Readings pages 171-174

Homework:
Return Museum Permission Slip and 7$
Read: Collapse Of The Roman Empire. "Annotate" and Identify from your two sections
the core factors that contributed to the collapse of the Roman Empire. Write 1-2 contemporary examples from America today that seem similar to the problems that faced Rome.
THR, APR 28
In Class

Video: In Search Of Jesus
Homework:

Read about the origins of Christianity in the textbook, pages 171-174 (including the "Characteristics of Christianity" on p. 174.) Then write notes about all of the following terms:
  • messiah
  • Jesus
  • Pontius Pilate
  • disciples
  • Paul
  • Peter
  • martyrs
  • Constantine
  • bishop
  • pope
  • New Testament
  • Trinity
TUE, APR 26
In Class
REDO Roman Cartoons. Add Content and improve the flow and design of the cartoons.

Video: In Search Of Jesus
Homework:
REDO Roman Cartoons. Add Content and improve the flow and design of the cartoons.

APRIL VACATION

THR, APR 14
In Class
Roman Architecture- The Roman City & Coliseum
Homework:
TUE, APR 12
In Class
Roman Emperor Comic Life Due
Edit and revise Google Doc on Roman Emperor.
Homework:
FRI, APR 8
In Class
Work on Your Project using Comic Life

Homework:
Complete Project- Print in color prior to class.
WED, APR 6
In Class
Quiz- Judaism (open notes)

Homework:
Begin your project. Go to Google Docs and Name it Lastname.JuliusCaesar.4B. Go to Britannica on line. Take notes

MON, APR 4
In Class

Homework:
Study for Quiz on Judaism
THR, MAR 31
In Class
Color growth of Empire on the Map of Rome.

Video: Engineering an Empire
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
TUE, MAR 29
In Class
CE Quiz- Disaster in Japan & War in Libya
Review Text 167-170
Video: Engineering an Empire
Homework:
Complete your map (geography) of Rome. We will review it Thursday. You will be allowed time to make changes.
FRI, MAR 25
In Class
Current Events- Disaster in Japan & War in Libya
Video- Engineering an Empire
Review Text 164-167.
Homework:
Read Text book and take notes pages 167-170.
Study Jasper Houston's CE Presentation in Google Docs
WED, MAR 23
In Class
Review Text 161-163
Map- Growth of Roman Empire
Map- Roman Empire
Be sure to use the Hydrology Map for Rivers
Homework:
Read Text book and take notes pages 164-167.
MON, MAR 21
In Class
Hand-In Cole Homework.
Lecture- Overview of Early Roman History
Video: Rome The Ultimate Empire

Homework: Read Text book and take notes pages 161-163.


LONG WEEKEND- NO SCHOOL

WED, MAR 16
In Class:
Thomas Cole
Using MLA Format:
Prompt- 1. Why did Thomas Cole oppose Andrew Jackson? Provide 3-5 facts 2. Identify 2 new facts you learned about each of Cole's Paintings.
Destruction in Japan
Homework:
None
MON, MAR 14
In Class:
Thomas Cole
Homework:
None
THR, MAR 10
In Class:
CE Quiz 6/8/2011
Review- Genius For The Practical. Founding of Rome

Homework:
Read and answer questions for Language, Law, Legions.
TUE, MAR 8
In Class:
Review Alexander the Great
Current Events- 6/8/2011


Read in Class: A Genius For The Practical, Legends Describe the Founding of Rome, The Advantages of Rome's Geographic Site, The Etruscans,

Homework:
CE Quiz- 6/8/2011
If Study Guide is not completed by the end of class please complete it for homework.
THR, MAR 3
In Class:
Complete the video: Alexander The Great

Read and type a list of 10 important things you learn about Alexander the Great from the reading that you did not know from the movie. Print the list (use MLA format) and hand in at the end of class.

Homework:
If it is not completed by the end of class please complete it for homework.
TUE, MAR 1
IN Class:
Alexander The Great

Homework:
Go to the website below and read about the 10 things that make Alexander the Great- Well.... Great. Summarize each of the 10 items in your own words. Then find an image for each item. Make it fit on two pages- and print front/back prior to next class.
10 reasons Alexander the Great was... Well, Great!

FEBRUARY VACATION

THR, FEB 17
In Class:
In Google Docs- Share with me a presentation that:
1. Greek Travel- 2 people, $6,000 and 7 days. With images, quotes and Maps
Homework:
WED, FEB 16
Socratic Seminar
TUE, FEB 15
In Class:
Quiz- Great Greeks (add Aristophenes, Pericles, Archimedes, Xerxes and Themistocles to your list.)
Review Greek Art- Hellenistic
Review Socrates- The Gadfy of Ancient Greece
Socratic Seminar Essential Questions
Seminar Format

Homework:
Read about Greek Democracy and identify how there is Balance & Harmony in their system. How is the democratic system in Ancient Greece similar and different to democracy in America?
Organize your notes for the Seminar.
THR, FEB 10
In Class:
Review Great Greeks- Add Xerxes and Themistocles to your list.

Greek Art


Homework:
  • Watch the Parthenon Video on NOVA.

How does the building and design of the Parthenon give us an insight into the "glory" of Athens during the Golden Age?

Take notes on:
1. Design details about the Parthenon
2. How the Parthenon reflected the philosophy of Athens and Greek ideals.

  • Read: Socrates: The Gadfly of Ancient Greece. Answer the following questions:
What is a Gadfly?
Who are some important Gadflys in our society today?
Do you think people in positions of power can be Gadflys?
Why does Socrates think someone like him is essential to society? Do you agree or disagree? Why Why not?
TUE. FEB 8
In Class:
Present your Great Greek Poster.
Greek Art

Homework:
Study for Quiz on Great Greeks- use the Googledoc notes to study. You will need to look-up Pericles, Archimedes and Aristophenes.
THR, FEB 3
In Class:
<PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS >
Hand-in your Bibliography- Follow MLA guidelines.
Hand-in Draft Final Outline
Create a Poster on your Great Greek. Include Images and Maps. All writing should be 2" or Bigger. Write using "Bullet Form." Sort content into categories (from your outline)
Revolution in Egypt
GapMinder
Homework:
Complete notes on Greek Art and/or Complete your Poster on your Great Greek.
TUE, FEB 1
In Class:
Hand In Draft #2 of Outline
Hand in Final Bibliography
I will conference with students while they complete the reading below.

Read: 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
Homework:
Complete your Bibliography- Follow MLA guidelines.
Complete Final Outline
<PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS >
FRI, JAN 28
In Class:
Hand-In Bibliography
Hand-In Outline #1
Video- A Brief Moment of Excellence
Homework:
Complete your Bibliography- Follow MLA guidelines.
Complete Outline Draft #2
<PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS >
WED, JAN 26
In Class:
Quiz- Persian War
Construct your bibliography
Construct your Outline Draft #1
Library
Homework:
Complete your bibliography
Complete Outline Draft #1
MON, JAN 24
In Class:
Review The Persian War

Library- Research Great Greek- locate 2 BOOKS on your Great Greek. Take 1 page of notes from one of the books
Homework:
Study for Quiz on the Persian War
1-2 Page of notes from Britannica
1 Page of notes from Website #1
1 Page of notes from Website #2
1 Page of notes from Book #1 in Library
1 page of notes from Book #2 in Library
THR, JAN 20
In Class:
Persian Time-Line is due
Start Great-Greek Research Project
Homework:
Complete 2 pages of Notes from Britannica. Fill-out the Pre-Search document. Locate two GOOD web-sites on the Internet and bookmark their URLs. Please use the attached note-sheet.


TUE, JAN 18
In Class:
Lecture- Persian War
Lecture- The Hoplite Warrior and Phalanx
Complete Video: Last Stand of the 300
Homework:
Complete Time-line in GoogleDocs using their PRESENTATION program. Title in PersianWar.LastName.4B. Include 2 facts from the Lecture/Video for as many sections of your time-line that you can. Please include RELEVANT images and maps on each slide

MLK WEEKEND

THR, JAN 13
In Class:
Review Persian War
Video: Last Stand of the 300
Homework:
Complete Time-line. Include 2 facts facts from the Video for as many sections of your time-line that you can. Please make the font a different color. PRINT Time-line Prior to class.
TUE, JAN 11
In Class:
Hand-in Map
The Greek-Persian War Time-Line Text-120-122
Using Pages- 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: Be sure to refer to these maps

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

Essential Question: How did the small city-states of Greece defeat the mighty Persian Empire?
Homework:
Complete Time-Line
FRI, JAN 7
In Class:
Quiz- Legacy of Greece
Lecture: Geography of Greece-The Polis, Acropolis, Agora, Chora
Lecture: Macro Time-Line of Greece
Write "Blurbs" on The Minoans, Palace of Knossos, The Myceneans, The Trojan War. Find an image for each. Print in color. Glue to map.
Homework:
Complete Map
WED, JAN 5
Report-out Legacy of Greece
Video: Aegean
Homework:
Study for Quiz- Legacy of Greece
Complete 2/3 of Map
MON, JAN 3
In Class:
Start Unit on Ancient Greece
Assess Prior knowledge of Greece
Start map of Ancient Greece

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

WINTER HOLIDAY BREAK

MON, DEC 20
In Class:
China's Contributions
Land of Discovery
Video: Christmas Unwrapped
Homework:
THR, DEC 16
In Class:
Students take research notes on ONE Chinese Dynasty. Please organize your notes on one page. Create sections for each Dynasty. Use Bold for Important people or events. Use itallics for important Vocabulary terms. Use these resources:
Minneapolis Institute in Art
Metropolitan Museum Of Art
Minnesota State University
Homework:
Complete Typing up your Dynastic Cycle in "Pages." Remember to give 3-5 examples per phase of the cycle. Make sure it is formatted to one page.
TUE, DEC 14
In Class:
Video: Lost Treasures of China
Fill-out the worksheet
Homework:
Read Text 218-224 and take notes on the Shang, Zhou, Qin and Han Dynasties. Please be sure to answer all of the questions on Page 224 within your notes. Please organize your notes on one page. Create sections for each Dynasty. Use Bold for Important people or events. Use itallics for important Vocabulary terms.
FRI, DEC 10
In Class:
Quiz On Buddhism
China Map
Homework:
Finish Map
WED, DEC 8
In Class:
Lecture: Buddhism
Dharma of Star Wars
Video: Buddhism Wiki
Homework:
Study for quiz on Buddhism
MON, DEC 6
In Class:

Video: 10 Questions for the Dalai Lama
Homework:

THR, DEC 2
In Class:
Quiz: Hinduism
Video: Tibet- Land of Time
Homework:

TUE, NOV 30
In Class:
Go to Library- revise in-text citations
Review Hinduism
Homework:
Study for quiz on Hinduism

THANKSGIVING BREAK

TUE, NOV 23
In Class:
Complete Hinduism Lecture
Video- Varanasi
Hand-in Hinduism Homework
Introduce- Dalai Lama

Homework: none
FRI, NOV 19
In Class:
Lecture:
World Religions in 90 Seconds
Lecture:

Chicago Police Department
Religion Resources
Homework:
Complete Hinduism Homework
WED, NOV 17
In Class:
1. Check printed notes on Ancient Middle East. In Notebook.
2. Hand-in Annotated Middle East Project. PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS IN COLOR
3. Lecture:


Homework:

MON, NOV 15
In Class:
1. Check printed notes on Ancient Middle East.In Notebook.
2. Video- Rosetta Stone
3. Review Artifacts- look at exemplars
Homework:
Complete Annotated Artifact with Bibliography- PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS IN COLOR

VETERANS DAY BREAK

TUE, NOV 9
In Class:
Review Israelite Homework
Review with students Annotated Artifact Exemplar and Rubric
Hand in a printed Bibliography and 1st Draft of Annotated Artifact.
Library
Homework:
For next class Print Out ALL your Study Guides for Ancient Middle East. Make sure all edits are in your notes. Be sure the format is correct with your Name, Class, Date on each set of notes. Questions should be in BOLD and answers in regular font.
FRI, NOV 5
In Class:
Review Phoenecian Homework
Library
Homework:
Read and take notes using the study guide below on Early Israelites (Textbook pages 83-86)

WED, NOV 3
In Class:
Review Persian Homework
Library- type and print your bibliography. type and print your general outline-your categories of research.
Homework:
Read and take notes using the study guide below on: Phoenecians-Lydians (Textbook 80-82)

MON, NOV 1
In Class:
Notebook Check
Hand-In Darfur Tri-Fold. <PRINT IN COLOR PRIOR TO CLASS>
Library- Write 2 more pages of notes from 2 more sources. You should have 4 pages of notes from 4 different sources.
Homework:
Read Text book (Pages 90-93) on the Persian Empire and take notes on the attached worksheet.


FRI, OCT 29- Period 3- Guest Speaker on Darfur
THR.
OCT 28
In Class:
Quiz- Election 2010
MTV-U: Darfur
Genocide in Darfur- Eyes on Darfur
Homework:
Organize your Notebook for a Notebook Check.
Create a brochure about the Genocide in Darfur- Eyes on Darfur
http://www.savedarfur.org/
Create a Tri-Fold brochure on the Crisis in Darfur.
Sudan: What is genocide? Where is this genocide taking place? When did this happen? Who is committing the genocide? What is the scope of the genocide in Darfur? Why is this happening? What Can I do to help?
<PRINT IN COLOR PRIOR TO CLASS>
TUE,
OCT 26
In Class:
Review HW- Hittites-Assyrians-Chaldeans
Current Events- Election 2010
Library
Homework:
Study for Quiz- Election 2010
FRI,
OCT 22
In Class:
Test: World Map
Review: Sumerians & Babylonians
Introduce Annotated Ancient World




Homework:
Start research and use Note-Taker (1 page of notes) on Artifact
Read Text book pages 88-90 (Hittites, Assyrians, Chaldeans) and complete the worksheet below.

WED, OCT 20
In Class:
Review Egypt Text Book Pages 46-53.
Practice Test: World Map
Homework:
Study for Test on World Map
Read Text book pages 58-64 (First Civilization of Fertile Crescent) and complete the worksheet below.

MON,
OCT 18
In Class:
1. Check Freehand Map of World and Labeled Map of countries
2. Quiz- Current Events CE.Oct7.4B
3. Students will take notes and answer questions on Ancient Egypt from Text Book Pages 46-53.
Video: Egypt- Beyond the Pyramids
Homework:
Study for World Map Test
Students will complete notes and answer questions on Ancient Egypt from Text Book Pages 46-53.

THR,
OCT 14
In Class:
Current Events Presentation- CE.Oct7.4B
1. Work on Freehand Map- Physical Features
2. Work on labeling the countries on the map handed out in class.

Homework:
Study Current Events CE.Oct7.4B The presentation is in GoogleDocs.
1. Complete the Freehand Map- Physical Features
2. Complete Labeling the countries on the map handed out in class.
TUE,
OCT 12
In Class:
Writing Prompt
How did the challenges and opportunities presented by geography impact the development of civilization? (Use evidence from at least two early civilizations in your response.)

Draw the physical features on a freehand map of the world.

Complete your Blog on Bill Gates- 60 Minutes


Homework: work 30 minutes on your map.

COLUMBUS DAY

THR,
OCT 7
In Class:
CNN Quiz #5
Prepare for Writing Prompt
How did the challenges and opportunities presented by geography impact the development of civilization? (Use evidence from at least two early civilizations in your response.)
60 Minutes- Bill Gates
Go To the Class GoogleSite and write a post about the 60 minutes story on Bill and Melinda Gates. Title the Post- "Bill Gates- Giving a fortune Away." What are they doing? Why are they doing it? What do you think about this? Please write in complete sentences and use details.
Homework:
Create an outline of notes on the Impact of Geography
TUE,
OCT 5
In Class:
Debrief the first research project.
Students will work in groups to label a map that illustrates the impact of geography on the Fertile Crescent and Egypt.
Homework:
CNN Quiz #5
Make-up for students who failed the research project.
FRI,
OCT 1
In Class:
CNN Quiz #4
Students present their Google-Presentation of their project.
Homework:
Students will be taking individual notes in GoogleDocs on the impact of geography on the development of Ancient Egypt and Fertile Crescent. Students will use the note-taking guide below to write notes they get from the readings. They should also hand-draw and label a map of the geography of Egypt.



WED,
SEP 29
In Class:
Students will create a presentation in GoogleDocs
Homework:
Students finish presentation in GoogleDocs
Study for CNN Quiz #4
MON,
SEP 27
In Class:
60 Minutes: A Relentless Enemy
(1) Notebook Check
(2) Editorial Cartoons
(3) Students work on Pre-History Assignment #5 students are expected to take 2 more pages of notes. At the top of the note-sheet is the source. notes are in "bullet" form. notes are in your own words. notes are written (not typed).
(4) Students begin to outline their notes and create categories of information.
Homework:
students are expected to take 2 more pages of notes. At the top of the note-sheet is the source. notes are in "bullet" form. notes are in your own words. notes are written (not typed). Students should complete their outlines.
THR,
SEP 23
In Class:
(1)CNN Quiz #3
(2) Editorial Cartoons
(3) Students begin taking notes on Pre-History Assignment #5
students are expected to take 2 pages of notes. At the top of the note-sheet is the source. notes are in "bullet" form. notes are in your own words. notes are written (not typed).

Homework:
Prepare for Notebook Check. Be sure you have tabs in your 3 ring binder for all of the sections. Make sure you have filed all your papers into the correct section.
TUE,
SEP 21
In Class:
(1) Editorial Cartoons
(2) All In The Family Jig-Saw
(3) Review Cave Painters & Ice Man
(4) Introduce Pre-History Assignment #5
Homework:
Study for CNN Student News Quiz #3
FRI,
SEP 17
In Class:
(1) CNN Student News Quiz
(2) Hand-Back Completed Work. Review Class/Homework expectation
(2) Review: Hominids & Natural Selection
PBS Video

Read One chapters from a book called The Cave Painters. (You can probably guess what it's about.)
external image pdf.png [[file/view/TheCavePainters.pdf|TheCavePainters.pdf]]

~ For the first part of the reading identify and think are the 5 most interesting facts of the adventure and discovery

Homework: Finish The Cave Painters.
~ For the first part of the reading identify and think are the 5 most interesting facts of the adventure and discovery
WED,
SEP 15
In Class:
(1) Review: Explaining 9/11 Timeline


Homework: CNN Student News quiz next class
MON,
SEP 13
In Class:
(1) Quiz- Hominids
(2) Video: Roots of 9/11

Homework: Students will research one event from the 9/11 time line. They will write facts in their own words. They will write facts using complete sentences. They will provide a relevant picture. Provide a caption explaining the image. The title will include the date of the event. Students will list 10 important facts about the event. Students will format their work to fit the entire page. Please write on two pages. <PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS<

THR,
SEP 9
In Class:
(1) Quiz CNN Student News
(2) Video: September 11th

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 WILL be able to look at your diagram.
TUE,
SEP 7
In Class:
Computer Orientation: Bookmark Class Wiki,Create Folders
for units of study, Bookmark NYTimes, CNN StudentNews
(1) Review Genesis.


Homework:
Watch CNN Student News and take notes. You can use your notes on the quiz.

Labor Day
THR,
SEP 2
In Class:
(1) Jig-Saw: Illustrate and Annotate one page map of the village and surroundings from Gathering Blue.
http://www.miniature-earth.com/
(2) Editorial Cartoons



(3) Introduce Genesis. Start Genesis
Homework: Read and answer Genesis through Chapter 4 (Cain & Able).


TUE,
AUG 31
In Class: Here is an overview for the course-

(1) Quiz: Gathering Blue
(2) Illustrate and Annotate one page
that Summarizes and Describes a character from
Gathering Blue.

Homework:
(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