HONORS LEVEL
WORLD HISTORY TO 1600
MR PEARL
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
2009-2010
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Date

Period 4 Blue

Date

Period 5 White

FRI, JUNE 11

FINAL EXAM 10-11:30



WED, JUNE 9
In Class: Step-Up Day
Class is 53 minutes- Machiavelli
Homework:
MON, JUNE 14

FINAL EXAM 10-11:30

MON, JUNE 7
In Class: Turn-in Text Book


Homework:
TUE, JUNE 8
In Class: Turn in Text Book
Machiavelli

Homework:
THR, JUNE 3
In Class: Tara's CE Quiz
Review Era of Medici

Homework:
Bring Text Book to Class.
FRI, JUNE 4
In Class:
Review Era of Medici

Homework: Bring Text Book to Class

TUE, JUNE 1
In Class: Tara's CE Presentation
Review Medieval Synthesis and Destruction of Medieval Synthesis


Homework: Read the Annotated Mona Lisa to learn abut the 4 breakthroughs in art during the Renaissance. Type-up your 1-2 page summary of your artists or person of interest from the Era of Medici. Know what makes them unique and include images of famous works. Focus on only essential information. Put in drop box using the following protocol. Artist.YourName.Pages
external image empty.png [[file/view/AnnotatedMonaLisa.2010.doc|AnnotatedMonaLisa.2010.doc]]
WED, JUNE 2
In Class:
Review Medieval Synthesis and Destruction of Medieval Synthesis


Homework: Read the Annotated Mona Lisa to learn abut the 4 breakthroughs in art during the Renaissance. Type-up your 1-2 page summary of your artists or person of interest from the Era of Medici. Know what makes them unique and include images of famous works. Focus on only essential information. Put in drop box using the following protocol. Artist.YourName.Pages
external image empty.png [[file/view/AnnotatedMonaLisa.2010.doc|AnnotatedMonaLisa.2010.doc]]

MEMORIAL DAY


MEMORIAL DAY

THR, MAY 27
In Class: Emily's CE Quiz
Lecture: Power of the Catholic Church


All Students read Arrival of Medici. Then- Read your Section from Era of Medici. Take notes on your section
Take notes on the study Guide external image empty.png [[file/view/EraMediciStudyGuide.doc|EraMediciStudyGuide.doc]]
Take notes on Era of Medici and add relevant images. Find images for all major architecture and artworks.
Use these resources: http://www.wga.hu/index1.html and
http://www.artchive.com/artchive/renaissance.html
Homework: None
FRI, MAY 28
In Class: Medici
All Students read Arrival of Medici. Then- Read your Section from Era of Medici. Take notes on your section
Take notes on the study Guide external image empty.png [[file/view/EraMediciStudyGuide.doc|EraMediciStudyGuide.doc]]
Complete Map of 100 Years War.
Take notes on Era of Medici and add relevant images. Find images for all major architecture and artworks.
Use these resources: http://www.wga.hu/index1.html and
http://www.artchive.com/artchive/renaissance.html
Homework: None
TUE, MAY 25
In Class: Emily's CE Presentation
100 Years War and Challenges to the Catholic Church

Homework: Complete Map of 100 Years War. external image pdf.png hundred_years_war_map.pdf
WED, MAY 26
In Class:
100 Years War and Challenges to the Catholic Church
Review Medieval Synthesis and Destruction of Medieval Synthesis


Homework: external image pdf.png hundred_years_war_map.pdf
FRI, MAY 21
In Class:
Review Chapter 12 (Pages 371-381)

http://www.insecta-inspecta.com/fleas/bdeath/bdeath.html
Interactive Map of Black Death
Black Death Simulation Black Death- Webquest
Homework: Finish Chapter 12 (pages 381-388) 100 Years War and Challenges to the Catholic Church
MON, MAY 24
In Class: Quiz: Current Events Charlie K
Review: Results of the Crusades
Review Chapter 12 (Pages 371-381)
Black Death Simulation Black Death- Webquest
Homework: Finish Chapter 12 (pages 381-388) 100 Years War and Challenges to the Catholic Church

WED, MAY 19
In Class:
Crusades Q 1-7. In class- Finish Q 8-13
Osama Bin Laden- rails against crusaders- http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/monitoring/media_reports/1636782.stm
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/4936284.stm
Homework: AP Text Chapter 12: Crisis in the Late Middle Ages.
Read 1/2 of Chapter 12 (371-381) on Prelude to Disaster and The Black Death. Define terms and answer questions on the Study Guide

THR, MAY 20
In Class: Current Events Presentation Charlie K
Crusades
Osama Bin Laden- rails against crusaders- http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/monitoring/media_reports/1636782.stm
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/4936284.stm
Homework: AP Text Chapter 12: Crisis in the Late Middle Ages.
Read 1/2 of Chapter 12 (371-381) on Prelude to Disaster and The Black Death. Define terms and answer questions on the Study Guide

MON, MAY 17
In Class:
Check Student -Led Conferences
Lecture: Feudalism & Manoralism and Introduce Crusades
external image vnd.ms-powerpoint.png [[file/view/Collapse-Middle AGES.ppt|Collapse-Middle AGES.ppt]]

Homework:
Read about the Crusades
and use the following Reading Guide. Questions 1-7 and vocab

TUE, MAY 18
In Class:
Check Student -Led Conferences
Lecture: Power of the Catholic Church


Lecture: Feudalism & Manoralism and Introduce Crusades
external image vnd.ms-powerpoint.png Collapse-Middle AGES.ppt


Homework: Read about the Crusades
and use the following Reading Guide.

THR, MAY 13
No Class- Community Service & Freshman Trip to Museum of Fine Arts Boston
FRI, MAY 14
No Class- Community Service & Freshman Trip to Museum of Fine Arts Boston
TUE, MAY 11
In Class: David W's Quiz
Quiz: Medieval Art
Present your Annotated Artwork. Print Prior to Class
Homework: 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/
WED, MAY 12
No Class- Community Service & Freshman Trip to Museum of Fine Arts Boston
FRI, MAY 7
In Class: David W's CE Presentation
Lecture: Art in the Middle Ages

Homework: Study for Quiz on Medieval Art and Quiz on David W's CE Presentation
Complete your Annotated Artwork Print Prior to Class
MON, MAY 10
In Class: Present Annotated Artwork Print Prior to Class
Homework: 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/
WED, MAY 5
In Class: Visitors from Sweden
Laura's Current Events Quiz
Annotate Artworks
Finish Video: Cathedral
Homework: Annotate your assigned artwork from the MFA
external image msword.png [[file/view/Annotated+MFAJB-1.doc|Annotated+MFAJB-1.doc]]
THR, MAY 6
In Class: Quiz: Art in the Middle Ages
Homework: Work on your Annotated Artwork from the MFA
external image msword.png [[file/view/Annotated+MFAJB-1.doc|Annotated+MFAJB-1.doc]]
        • Print Prior to Class
MON, MAY 3
In Class:
Video: Gothic Cathedral
Library- Checking Resources used in Memo
Homework: Go to the Museum of Fine Arts Website and create an Annotated Artwork for:
external image msword.png AnnotatedExemplar.doc
1. Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists 1150–1200
2. Virgin and the Dead Christ with the Ascension and Saints
1485 by Bartolomeo Vivarini,
3. Locate and reprint your Annotated Artwork for Greece (You did in Math Class)
Know Your Saints
http://www.sacred-destinations.com/reference/saint-iconography.htm
http://www.fisheaters.com/saintsart.html
TUE, MAY 4
In Class:
Lecture: Art in the Middle Ages

Homework: Art Quiz: The Middle Ages: The Reign Of Religion.
THR, APR 29
In Class:
Altarpiece.jpg
Lecture- Introduction to the Middle Ages- Feudalism, Manoralism, Byzantine Empire and the Rise of Islam.

Library- Checking Resources used in Memo
Homework:
Read and take notes on The Middle Ages: The Reign Of Religion. Be prepared for a short quiz next class.
FRI, APR 30
In Class:
Video: Gothic Cathedral
Library- Checking Resources used in Memo
Homework: Go to the Museum of Fine Arts Website and create an Annotated Artwork for:
external image msword.png AnnotatedExemplar.doc
1. Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists 1150–1200
2. Virgin and the Dead Christ with the Ascension and Saints
1485 by Bartolomeo Vivarini,
3. Locate and reprint your Annotated Artwork for Greece (You did in Math Class)
Know Your Saints
http://www.sacred-destinations.com/reference/saint-iconography.htm
http://www.fisheaters.com/saintsart.html
TUE, APR 27
In Class: Chase's Current Events Quiz
Hand-in Rome article for next year's Freshman who are researching the decline of Rome.

Rome: Engineering an Empire
Homework:
For each topic, read the textbook section and create a graphic organizer that assembles the relevant information you would need to write a constructed response. (You do NOT need to write out the full response.)
  • Byzantine Empire (p.246-250) - Explain how the Byzantine Empire was both a continuation of Rome and a distinct civilization.
  • Islamic Caliphate (277-281) - How did the Islamic empires of the 600s to the 1200s deal with the ethnic and religious diversity of the populations they ruled over?
  • Franks (294-297) - Describe the rise of the Frankish Empire and explain why it failed to unify Europe.
  • Roman Catholic Church (303-307) - How did the Church exercise spiritual, political, and cultural power in medieval Europe?

Please create all the graphic organizers on the same document to be submitted by email.
WED, APR 28
In Class:
Altarpiece.jpg
Lecture- Introduction to the Middle Ages- Feudalism, Manoralism, Byzantine Empire and the Rise of Islam.

Homework:
Read and take notes on The Middle Ages: The Reign Of Religion. Be prepared for a short quiz next class.

APRIL VACATION

MON, APR 26
In Class:
Hand-in Rome article for next year's Freshman who are researching the decline of Rome.

Rome: Engineering an Empire
Homework:
For each topic, read the textbook section and create a graphic organizer that assembles the relevant information you would need to write a constructed response. (You do NOT need to write out the full response.)
  • Byzantine Empire (p.246-250) - Explain how the Byzantine Empire was both a continuation of Rome and a distinct civilization.
  • Islamic Caliphate (277-281) - How did the Islamic empires of the 600s to the 1200s deal with the ethnic and religious diversity of the populations they ruled over?
  • Franks (294-297) - Describe the rise of the Frankish Empire and explain why it failed to unify Europe.
  • Roman Catholic Church (303-307) - How did the Church exercise spiritual, political, and cultural power in medieval Europe?

Please create all the graphic organizers on the same document to be submitted by email.
THR, APR 15
In Class: Socratic Seminar
FINAL MEMO & BIBLIOGRAPHY <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Homework: Study for Chase's Current Events Quiz

APRIL VACATION

TUE, APR 13
In Class: Chase's Current Events Quiz
Work on Final Draft on Memo.
Be sure you have a color name-plate printed for Seminar
Library
Homework: Memo: Check Here to see the rubric and Exemplars
WED APR, 14
In Class: Socratic Seminar
FINAL MEMO & BIBLIOGRAPHY <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Homework:
FRI, FRI 9
In Class: Chase's Current Events Presentation
Christianity

Homework: Read Sermon on the Mount and Persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire.
Memo: Check Here to see the rubric and Exemplars
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external image octet-stream.png
Memo….webarchive
MON, APR 12
In Class: Annie's Current Events Quiz
Work on Final Draft of Memo
Be sure you have a color name-plate printed for Seminar
Library
Homework: Memo
WED, APR 7
In Class: World Religions Field Trip

Homework:
THR, APR 8
In Class: Annie's Current Events Presentation
Quiz on Christianity
Library
Homework: Memo: Check Here to see the rubric and Exemplars
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external image octet-stream.png
Memo….webarchive
MON, APR 5
In Class:
Mike's Current Events Quiz
Quiz: Judaism
Hand in 2nd Draft of MEMO <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Judaism

Homework: Christianity: Read Text 171-174
Read about the origins of Christianity in the textbook, pages 171-174 (including the "Characteristics of Christianity" on p. 174.) Then write a rhyming poem about early Christianity that incorporates accurate info about all of the following terms:
  • messiah
  • Jesus
  • Pontius Pilate
  • disciples
  • Paul
  • Peter
  • martyrs
  • Constantine
  • bishop
  • pope
  • New Testament
  • Trinity
TUE, APR 6
In Class:
Christianity

Homework: Read Sermon on the Mount and Persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire.
Quiz on Christianity
THR, APR 1
In Class: End of 3rd Quarter
Mike's Current Events Presentation
Hand in 1st Draft of Memo Due <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Library
Homework:
1. 2nd Draft of Memo Due <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Include a draft Bibliography
2. 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, APR 2
In Class: End of 3rd Quarter
Quiz: Judaism
Hand in 2nd Draft of MEMO <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Judaism

Homework: Christianity Read Text 171-174
Read about the origins of Christianity in the textbook, pages 171-174 (including the "Characteristics of Christianity" on p. 174.) Then write a rhyming poem about early Christianity that incorporates accurate info about all of the following terms:
  • messiah
  • Jesus
  • Pontius Pilate
  • disciples
  • Paul
  • Peter
  • martyrs
  • Constantine
  • bishop
  • pope
  • New Testament
  • Trinity
TUE, MAR 30
In Class: Gina's Current Events Quiz
Workshop on EBSCO & ProQuest Databases for research.
In Library- Research Roman Connection to your topic
Homework: Students will also identify one new EBSCO or ProQuest article to add to the Dossier. First Draft of Memo <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
external image pdf.png firstdraftMemo.pdf
external image msword.png Rome Memo template.doc
external image octet-stream.png Memo….webarchive
external image msword.png Memo to Pres.doc
WED, MAR 31
In Class: Hand-in First Draft of Memo <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Library
Hand-in printed EBSCO & ProQuest article.
Homework: 2nd Draft of Memo Due <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
Include a draft Bibliography
2. 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: Quiz: American Government Agencies
Josslyn's Current Events Quiz
Students receive their "Dossiers" to begin Research

Homework: Students will research of current Issue facing America. Students will take notes using the note-taking guide.

Students will also identify one new article to add to the Dossier. PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
MON, MAR 29
In Class: Workshop on EBSCO & ProQuest Databases for research.
In Library- Research Roman Connection to your topic
Homework:
Locate and print EBSCO & ProQuest article.
In Library- Research Roman Connection to your topic
First Draft of Memo <PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>

external image pdf.png firstdraftMemo.pdf
external image msword.png Rome Memo template.doc
external image octet-stream.png Memo….webarchive
external image msword.png Memo to Pres.doc
WED MAR 24
In Class: Students present their government official to the class. We will discuss the role of each government agency.
Homework: Study for quiz on American Government Agencies
Read and take notes on external image x-zip.png ReasonsForDecline.odt
THR, MAR 25
In Class: Quiz: American Government Agencies
Max's Current Events Quiz
Students receive their "Dossiers" to begin Research

Homework: Students will research of current Issue facing America. Students will take notes using the note-taking guide.

Students will also identify one new article to add to the Dossier. PRINTED PRIOR TO CLASS>
MON MAR 22
In Class: Quiz: Age of the Conquerors: Roman Art
Introduction: The Collapse Socratic Seminar
Students will select a research topic.

Students will research and create a name-plate for their government official.
Next class they will present their government official to the class and describe the function and role of their governmental department.
Homework: Prepare to present your government official to the class.
TUE, MAR 23
In Class: Students present their government official to the class. We will discuss the role of each government agency.

Max's Current Events Presentation

Develop a research Topic- What is the topic you are going to compare to Rome? What is current issue facing America?

Homework: Study for quiz on American Government Agencies.
THR, MAR 18
In Class: Lecture: Gracchi Brothers & Roman Republican Government, Roman Cheracter


Homework: Read the Age of the Conquerors: Roman Art and take notes on the attached note-taking guide in preparation for a quiz.

FRI, MAR 19
In Class: Quiz: Age of the Conquerors: Roman Art
Introduction: The Collapse Socratic Seminar
Students will select a research topic.

Students will research and create a name-plate for their government official.
Next class they will present their government official to the class and describe the function and role of their governmental department.
Homework:
Read and take notes on external image x-zip.png ReasonsForDecline.odt
TUE, MAR 16
In Class: Quiz on Buddhism
Watch: 10 Questions for the Dalai Lama
Tibet & Dalai Lama
KHEN RINPOCHE VISIT PERIOD 5
Homework: Review your notes on Rome from Text 162-170. Also, your notes on CH6 Pompey, CH7 Julius Caesar, CH8 Emperor Augustus
WED, MAR 17
In Class: Conner's Current Events Quiz
Quiz on Buddhism
Lecture: Gracchi Brothers & Roman Republican Government, Roman Charecter

Homework: Read the Age of the Conquerors: Roman Art and take notes on the attached note-taking guide in preparation for a quiz.

[[file:]]
FRI, MAR 12
In Class: Quiz on Hinduism
Buddhism
Be sure to study Buddhism PPT-
Be sure to study Tibet Wiki
Homework: Study for Quiz on Buddhism
Be sure to read and complete the Tibet Packet
external image msword.png TibetPacket.doc
MON, MAR 15
In Class:
Watch: 10 Questions for the Dalai Lama
Be sure to study Tibet Wiki
KHEN RINPOCHE VISIT PERIOD 5 March 16
Homework:
Be sure to read and complete the Tibet Packet
external image msword.png TibetPacket.doc
WED, MAR 10
In Class: Ellie's Current Events Quiz
Finish Lecture of Hinduism
Lecture on Buddhism
Be sure to study Buddhism PPT-
Homework: Study for quiz on Hinduism
Complete this web-study on Buddhism

THR, MAR 11
In Class: Quiz: Hinduism
Conner's Current Events Presentation
Lecture on Buddhism
Be sure to study Buddhism PPT-
Homework:
Study for Quiz on Buddhism
Complete this web-quest on Buddhism

MON, MAR 8
In Class: Ellie's Current Events Presentation
Lecture: Hinduism
Be sure to study Hinduism PPT-
Homework: Read Text and take notes on Buddhism

TUE, MAR 9
In Class: Hinduism
Lecture: Hinduism
Be sure to study Hinduism PPT-
Homework: Study for quiz on Hinduism
Read Text and take notes on Buddhism

THR,
MAR 4
In Class: Ali's Current Events Quiz
Jig-Saw Pompey, Caesar, Augustus
Homework: Hinduism

FRI, MAR 5
In Class: NO CLASS- Spirit Week Assembly
Homework:
TUE, MAR 2
In Class:
Ali's Current Events Presentation
Any questions about the map?
Color-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
Students should Hand-in their maps when this is complete.

Homework:Read and create a study guide for:
1.) Pompey- Fighting Slaves and Pirates (Becker-Humphries)
2.) Caesar- Caesar's Exploits (Kapner-Olshan)
3.) Augustus- Octavian Triumvirate(Pietropaoli-Waxman)
external image msword.png [[file/view/OctavianTriumphant.09.doc|OctavianTriumphant.09.doc]]external image msword.png [[file/view/Caesar'sExploits.09.doc|Caesar'sExploits.09.doc]]
external image msword.png [[file/view/FightingSlavesandPirates.09|FightingSlavesandPirates.09]]
WED, MAR 3
In Class: Brent's Current Events Quiz
Jig-Saw Pompey, Caesar, Augustus
Lecture: Gracchi Brothers & Roman Republican Government
Homework: Hinduism

FRI, FEB 26
In Class: NO CLASS SNOW DAY

Homework: Complete your map
MON, MAR 1
In Class:Brent's Current Events Presentation
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
Hand-in Map
Lecture: Gracchi Brothers & Roman Republican Government
Review Text 162-170
Homework: Read and create a study guide for:
1.) Pompey- Fighting Slaves and Pirates
2.) Caesar- Caesar's Exploits
3.) Augustus- Octavian Triumvirate
external image msword.png [[file/view/OctavianTriumphant.09.doc|OctavianTriumphant.09.doc]]external image msword.png [[file/view/Caesar'sExploits.09.doc|Caesar'sExploits.09.doc]]external image msword.png [[file/view/FightingSlavesandPirates.09|FightingSlavesandPirates.09]]
WED, FEB 24
In Class: Debrief Cole's Course of Empire

Review: Genius
external image vnd.ms-powerpoint.png [[file/view/Founding.Gracchi.ppt|Founding.Gracchi.ppt]]
Homework:

THR, FEB 25
In Class: Debrief Cole's Course of Empire

Any questions about the map?
Review: Genius
external image vnd.ms-powerpoint.png [[file/view/Founding.Gracchi.ppt|Founding.Gracchi.ppt]]
Homework:

Complete your map
MON, FEB 22
In Class: Cole
Homework:
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.

TUE, FEB 23
In Class: Cole
Homework:
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.


FEBRUARY VACATION

FEBRUARY VACATION
WED, FEB 10
In Class: Alexander The Great
Intro to Rome
Map of Rome (use this link to help)

Homework: None
THR, FEB 11
In Class: Alexander The Great
Intro to Rome
Map of Rome (use this link to help)

Homework: None
MON, FEB 8
In Class:
Read Pericles' Funeral Oration and George W. Bush's address to the nation. Then cite specific examples of how each speech deals with any 4 of the following themes:
  • invoking past heroism of the people
  • commending the conduct of citizens
  • praising the openness of society
  • calling his society an inspiration to others
  • rallying citizens to fight
  • pledging to honor the dead
external image pdf.png
external image pdf.png
PericlesFuneralOration.pdf
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external image pdf.png
BushAddress.pdf
external image msword.png Pericles vs.doc
Homework: Read the A.P text on Alexander The Great

TUE, FEB 9
In Class:
Read Pericles' Funeral Oration and George W. Bush's address to the nation. Then cite specific examples of how each speech deals with any 4 of the following themes:
  • invoking past heroism of the people
  • commending the conduct of citizens
  • praising the openness of society
  • calling his society an inspiration to others
  • rallying citizens to fight
  • pledging to honor the dead
external image pdf.png
external image pdf.png
PericlesFuneralOration.pdf
external image pdf.png
external image pdf.png
BushAddress.pdf
external image msword.png Pericles vs.doc
Homework: Read the A.P text on Alexander The Great

THR, FEB 4
In Class:Test- Ancient Greece
Homework: Read and know 5 of the 10 reasons.
10 Reasons Alexander the Great was... Well, Great!
FRI, FEB 5
In Class:Test- Ancient Greece
Homework:Read and know 5 of the 10 reasons.
10 Reasons Alexander the Great was... Well, Great!
TUE, FEB 2
In Class: Alex's Current Events Quiz
Lecture: Greek Sculpture
Homework: Study For Test
WED, FEB 3
In Class:
Lecture: Greek Sculpture
Homework: Study For Test
FRI, JAN 29
In Class: Alex's Current Events Presentation
Alex's presentation on Thucydides.

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.
MON, FEB 1
In Class: Quinn's Current Events Quiz

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.
WED, JAN 27
In Class: Finish Great Greek Presentations

external image x-zip.png GreekArtArchitecture.key

Homework: Read about the Pelopponesian War.
external image x-zip.png [[file/view/PeloponnesianWarKeynote.key|PeloponnesianWarKeynote.key]]
Pay close attention to: 1. Causes of the War 2. Alcibiades' role in the war. 3 Sicilian Expedition and results 4. The Melian Dialogue (during the
The Archidamian War)
5. Loss by Athens 6. Aftermath of the War
http://www.boisestate.edu/courses/westciv/peloponn/
THR, JAN 28
In Class: Quinn's Current Events Presentation
external image x-zip.png GreekArtArchitecture.key

Homework: Read about the Pelopponesian War.
external image x-zip.png [[file/view/PeloponnesianWarKeynote.key|PeloponnesianWarKeynote.key]]Pay close attention to: 1. Causes of the War 2. Alcibiades' role in the war. 3 Sicilian Expedition and results 4. The Melian Dialogue (during the
The Archidamian War)
5. Loss by Athens 6. Aftermath of the War
http://www.boisestate.edu/courses/westciv/peloponn/
MON, JAN 25
In Class: Great Greek Presentations

Homework: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, JAN 26
In Class:Great Greek Presentations

Homework: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
THR, JAN 21
End of 2nd Quarter Evan's Current Events Quiz
In Class:Great Greek Presentations
Homework:
Read the A.P. textbook handout p. 72-74 and respond to the following:
1. List and describe 3 specific examples of how Athens began to act like an empire.
2. Choose 3 events that influenced the outcome of the Peloponnesian War and describe each in a sentence.

Read textbook pages 123-124 about the Peloponnesian War:
1. List and describe how the readings are similar and how they are different.
2. In the future, if you were asked to complete both of the readings which would you read first? Why?
3. In what ways is the A.P. text better? In what ways is the regular text better?
FRI, JAN 22
End of 2nd Quarter
In Class:
McKenzie's Current Events Quiz
Great Greek Presentations
Homework:
Read the A.P. textbook handout p. 72-74 and respond to the following:
1. List and describe 3 specific examples of how Athens began to act like an empire.
2. Choose 3 events that influenced the outcome of the Peloponnesian War and describe each in a sentence.

Read textbook pages 123-124 about the Peloponnesian War:
1. List and describe how the readings are similar and how they are different.
2. In the future, if you were asked to complete both of the readings which would you read first? Why?
3. In what ways is the A.P. text better? In what ways is the regular text better?
TUE, JAN 19
In Class: Evan's Current Events Presentation
Great Greek Project Due
Homework: Study for Evan's Current Events Presentation
WED, JAN 20
In Class: McKenzie's Current Events Presentation
Great Greek Project Due
Homework: study for McKenzie's Current Events Quiz

Martin Luther Day Weekend

Martin Luther Day Weekend
THR, JAN 14
In Class: Red's Current Events Quiz
Work on Great Greeks Project in Library. In class 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."
Homework: Complete the Great Greek Project. Print prior to class. Print in color. Assemble it in the CD case prior to class.
FRI, JAN 15
In Class:
Work on Great Greeks Project in Library. In class 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."
Homework: Complete Great Greeks Project. Complete the Great Greek Project. Print prior to class. Print in color. Assemble it in the CD case prior to class.
TUE, JAN, 12
In Class: Red's Current Events Presentation
Great Greek
Homework: 2-3 page of notes from library. Use this note-taking guide:
external image msword.png [[file/view/RESEARCH.NOTE-Taker|RESEARCH.NOTE-Taker]]
WED, JAN 13
In Class: Nick's Current Events Quiz
Work on Great Greeks Project in Library
Homework: Rough draft of CD completed
FRI, JAN 8
In Class: Quiz: Sparta & Athens
Great Greek
Introduction: Golden Age of Greece
Begin Great Greek Research Project. Students will select a topic and begin research in class.
external image pdf.png Great Greeks CD.pdf

Homework:
Students will complete Great Greek Pre-Search

MON, JAN 11
In Class: Nick's Current Events Presentation
Great Greek

Homework: 2-3 page of notes from library. Use this note-taking guide:
external image msword.png [[file/view/RESEARCH.NOTE-Taker|RESEARCH.NOTE-Taker]]
WED, JAN 6
In Class: Caelin's Current Events Quiz
Review: Sparta & Athens

Homework: Study for Quiz on Sparta & Athens
THR, JAN 7
In Class: Quiz: Sparta & Athens
Nina's Current Events Quiz
Introduction: Golden Age of Greece
Begin Great Greek Research Project. Students will select a topic and begin research in class.
external image pdf.png Great Greeks CD.pdf

Great Greek
Homework:Students will complete Great Greek Pre-Search

MON, JAN 4
In Class: Review Sparta vs Athens

Homework: Study Caelin's Current Events Presentation
TUE, JAN 5
In Class: Review Sparta vs Athens

Homework: Study Nina's Current Events Presentstion
Study Quiz for Sparta & Athens

WINTER BREAK

WINTER BREAK


FRI, DEC 18
In Class: Nina's Current Events Presentstion
History of Christmas & Hannukah
Homework: None
THR, DEC 17
In Class: Caelin's Current Events Presentation
Review Sparta vs Athens
Homework:None
WED, DEC 16
In Class:
Homework: None
TUE, DEC 15
In Class: Lecture Persian Wars
Homework: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.external image msword.png [[file/view/Spartav.Athens.doc|Spartav.Athens.doc]]
MON, DEC 14
In Class: Make Posters on Sparta vs Athens
Persian War
Homework: Notes on Sparta & Athens
FRI, DEC 11
In Class: Amy W's Current Events Quiz
Lecture: The Classical Age and the Impact of Geography on Ancient Greece- The Polis, Acropolis, Agora, and the Chora.
Lecture: Greece Macro Time-line
Homework: Read and take notes on the Persian Wars Handout.This should add to your time-line on the Persian Wars. Identify new and important facts.
THR, DEC 10
In Class: Lecture Persian Wars
Homework: 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.
external image msword.png [[file/view/Spartav.Athens.doc|Spartav.Athens.doc]]
WED, DEC 9
In Class: No Class- Snow Day!

Homework:
TUE,
DEC 8
In Class: Tom R's Current Events Quiz
Lecture: The Classical Age and the Impact of Geography on Ancient Greece- The Polis, Acropolis, Agora, and the Chora.
Lecture: Greece Macro Time-line

Homework: Read and take notes on the Persian Wars Handout.This should add to your time-line on the Persian Wars. Identify new and important facts.

MON, DEC 7
In Class: Amy W's Current Events Presentation
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

Essential Question: How did the small city-states of Greece defeat the mighty Persian Empire?
FRI, DEC 4
In Class: TOM R''s Current Events Presentation
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

Essential Question: How did the small city-states of Greece defeat the mighty Persian Empire?
THR, DEC 3
In Class: Quiz: Laura P Current Events
Report-out Legacy of Greece
Lecture: Macro Time-Line of Greece
Homework:Complete Map of Greece
WED, DEC 2
In Class: Report-out Legacy of Greece
Lecture: Macro Time-Line of Greece
Start map of Ancient Greece
Homework:Complete Map of Greece
TUE, DEC 1
In Class: Laura P Presents CE
Start Unit on Ancient Greece
Assess Prior knowledge of Greece
Start map of Ancient Greece
external image msword.png Greece.ancient.09.doc
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
MON, NOV 30
In Class: Start Unit on Ancient Greece
Assess Prior knowledge of Greece
Afghanistan- IED's
external image msword.png Greece.ancient.09.doc
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

THANKSGIVING VACATION

THANKSGIVING VACATION
TUE, NOV 24
In Class: War in Afghanistan
12:00 Film in YPAC : Odyssey
Homework: No Homework
MON, NOV 23
In Class: Cal's Current Quiz
Test AME
Homework: No Homework
FRI, NOV 20
In Class: Test AME
Homework: none
THR, NOV 19
In Class: Cal's Current Events Presentation
Review Phoenecians-Lydians and Early Israelites.
Review for Test on Ancient Middle East (AME)

Homework: Study for test in AME
WED, NOV 18
In Class:Review Phoenecians-Lydians and Early Israelites.
Review for Test on Ancient Middle East (AME)

Homework: Study for test on AME
TUE, NOV 17
In Class:
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
4.) Review Persian Empire.
Homework: Read and take notes using the study guide below on: Phoenecians-Lydians (Textbook 80-82) and Early Israelites (Textbook pages 83-86)


MON, NOV 16
In Class: Sarah's Current Events Quiz
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
4.) Review Persian Empire
Homework: Read and take notes using the study guide below on: Phoenecians-Lydians (Textbook 80-82) and Early Israelites (Textbook pages 83-86)


FRI, NOV 13
In Class: Work on Annotated Artifact
Homework:
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
4.) Read Text book (Pages 90-93) on the Persian Empire and take notes on the attached worksheet.

THR, NOV 12
In Class: Work on Annotated Artifact
Homework:
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
4.) Read Text book (Pages 90-93) on the Persian Empire and take notes on the attached worksheet.

WED NOV 11
Veterans Day- No School
WED, NOV 11
Veterans Day- No School
TUE, NOV 10
In Class: Work on Annotated Artifact
Homework: Complete 3/4 of Annotated Artifact
external image msword.png Annotated.Artifact.AME.09.doc
external image x-zip.png SampleAnnotations.pages
MON, NOV 9
In Class: Review homework on Hittites-Assyrians-Chaldeans
Continue research in the Library
Homework: Complete 3/4 of Annotated Artifact
external image msword.png Annotated.Artifact.AME.09.doc
external image x-zip.png SampleAnnotations.pages
FRI, NOV 6
In Class:Library
Homework:Research your ancient Artifact. Complete 5-7 pages of notes from 5-7 different sources.
All notes need to be printed prior to next class
THR, NOV 5
In Class:Library
Homework: Research your ancient Artifact. Complete 3-5 pages of notes from 3-5 different sources.
WED, NOV 4
In Class: Review homework on Hittites-Assyrians-Chaldeans
Quiz- Ryan's Current Events
Library
Homework: Research your ancient Artifact. Complete 3-5 pages of notes from 3-5 different sources.
TUE, NOV 3
In Class: Matt H's Current Events Quiz
Review homework on Sumerians-Akkadians-Babylonians

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

MON, NOV 2
In Class: Review homework on Sumerians-Akkadians-Babylonians
Continue research in the Library
Homework: Study for Ryan's Current Events quiz
Research your ancient Artifact. Complete 2-4 pages of notes from 2-4 different sources.
FRI,
OCT 30
In Class:
Go to Library and research your Ancient Middle East topic. Students should make out a separate RESEARCH-NOTE-Taker for each resource they use. Students should be sure to complete all bibliographical information at the top of each note sheet. Students should complete approx. 1 pages of notes from 1-2 different sources in the library for next class. Students should research both their artifact and the civilization or ruler who made it.

Homework:study for Matt's quiz.
THR, OCT 29
In Class:
Go to Library and research your Ancient Middle East topic. Students should make out a separate RESEARCH-NOTE-Taker for each resource they use. Students should be sure to complete all bibliographical information at the top of each note sheet. Students should complete approx. 3 pages of notes from 3 different sources in the library for next class. Students should research both their artifact and the civilization or ruler who made it.

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

WED, OCT 28
In Class: Review of Egyptian Homework.
Obama's War
Homework: Read Text book pages 58-64 (First Civilization of Fertile Crescent) and complete the worksheet below.

NOTEBOOK CHECK next Class.
TUE, OCT 27
In Class: Quiz: Deanna''s Current Events

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

Quiz: JohnO's Current Events
Quiz: SamL's Current Events
Frontline: Obama's War
external image msword.png Obama’s War.doc

Homework: Read textbook pages 44-53 and complete the attached assignment on Egypt.
external image x-zip.png EgyptHomework.pages
FRI, OCT 23
In Class: Select an artifact to research

Frontline: Obama's War
external image msword.png Obama’s War.doc

Homework: Read textbook pages 44-53 and complete the attached assignment on Egypt.
external image x-zip.png EgyptHomework.pages
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 NOT use your notes to help you write the essay.
Homework:
Who Are The Taliban?
external image msword.png Who are the Taliban
WED, OCT 21
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 NOT use your notes to help you write the essay.
Quiz- Current Events (Marc B)
Homework:
Who Are The Taliban?
external image msword.png Who are the Taliban
TUE, OCT 20
In Class:
Illustrate and present your notes on the impact of Geography to the class.
Homework: Study for In Class Writing Prompt. Be sure to click on the links below when studying
Egypt
Fertile Crescent
China
India
SamL's Current Events quiz.It is posted on the wiki. Look, Listen and Think about the War in Afghanistan.
MON, OCT 19
In Class:
Present your civilization and Geography to the rest of the class.
Homework: Study for In Class Writing Prompt. Be sure to click on the links below when studying
Egypt
Fertile Crescent
China
India
FRI, OCT 16
In Class: No Current Events Quiz
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:
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Egypt.pdf (Sara, Evan, Caelainn, Mike, David)
external image pdf.png
external image pdf.png
FertileCrescent.pdf (Laura P. , Sam, Alex, Emily, Aaliyah)
external image pdf.png
external image pdf.png
China.pdf (Ali,John O, Eliana, Laura K. , Josselyn )
external image pdf.png
external image pdf.png
Indus.pdf (Red, Matt, Chase, Gina, Amy)
THR, OCT 15
In Class:Illustrate and present your notes on the impact of Geography to the class.

Homework: Read these summaries about the impact of geography by former students and be able to present next class!
Egypt
Fertile Crescent
China
India
WED, OCT 14
No Class- Geology Field Trip
TUE, OCT 13
In Class:Ancient Civilizations- Comparative Geography

Background readings:
external image pdf.png Egypt.pdf
external image pdf.png FertileCrescent.pdf
external image pdf.png China.pdf
external image pdf.png Indus.pdf

Columbus Day Weekend


Columbus Day Weekend

FRI, OCT 9
In Class: Test: Freehand Map of the World
Due: Freehand Map


WED, OCT 7
In Class:Work on Map and study for Test
Games
THR, OCT 8
In Class:Test: Freehand Map of the World
Due: Freehand Map

MON, OCT 5
In Class:Freehand Map

TUE,
OCT 6
In Class:Work on Map and study for Test
Games
THR, OCT 1
In Class:
Socratic Seminar


Homework: no homework
FRI, OCT 2
In Class:Freehand Map

TUE, SEP 29
In Class:

external image pdf.png BrighterSideofHumanNature.pdf
Pandora:
Prometheus:
Deadalus and Icarus:
Prodigal Son:
Narcissus:
Midas:
WED, SEP 30
In Class:
Socratic Seminar


Homework: no homework
FRI, SEP 25
In Class: Here's a link to the full article on Stanley Milgram's experiment on obedience.
HOMEWORK: PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS IN COLOR
(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.
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AnnotatedExemplar.doc
external image pdf.png Exemplar.CatlonianChapel@MFA.pdf
MON, SEP 28
In Class:

Here's a link to the full article on Stanley Milgram's experiment on obedience.
Homework:
external image pdf.png BrighterSideofHumanNature.pdf
Pandora:
Prometheus:
Deadalus and Icarus:
Prodigal Son:
Narcissus:
Midas:

WED, SEP 23
In Class:
Homework: Read Pages 80-91 of The Cave Painters. You can probably guess what it's about.
external image pdf.png
external image pdf.png
TheCavePainters.pdf

~ Identify 3 of the most interesting aspects of the adventure and discovery.
THR, SEP 24
In Class:
HOMEWORK:PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS IN COLOR
(STEP 1) Read the rest of the chapters on The Cave Painters Page 91-end). 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.
external image msword.png
external image msword.png
AnnotatedExemplar.doc
external image pdf.png Exemplar.CatlonianChapel@MFA.pdf
MON, SEP 21
In Class:Read the excerpt about Summerhill School.
external image pdf.png Summerhill.pdf
http://www.summerhillschool.co.uk/
Open the 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.
Homework:
external image x-zip.png GovernmentIntro.pages

Optional: Here's a link to the full article on Stanley Milgram's experiment on obedience.
TUE, SEP 22
In Class:Read the excerpt about Summerhill School.
external image pdf.png Summerhill.pdf
http://www.summerhillschool.co.uk/
Open the 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.
Homework:
external image x-zip.png GovernmentIntro.pages

Optional: Here's a link to the full article on Stanley Milgram's experiment on obedience.
THR, SEP 17
Homework: Read "What Makes Us Different?" and respond to the questions on the homework sheet.
external image pdf.png WhatMakesUsDifferent.pdf
external image x-zip.png WMUD.Homework.odt
FRI, SEP 18
Homework:Read "What Makes Us Different?" and respond to the questions on the homework sheet.
external image pdf.png WhatMakesUsDifferent.pdf
external image x-zip.png WMUD.Homework.odt
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 NOT be able to look at your diagram.

WED, SEP 16
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 NOT be able to look at your diagram.

FRI,
SEP 11
Homework:
(1) Revisit your 9.11.TextsChart.odt homework from last class.
(2) Why did the Terrorists attack us on September 11th?
(3) What is the history of Al Qaeda?

Research one event on the attached time-line. Provide a picture (printed in color) and be prepared to present it next class.
external image msword.png 9.11.TIMELINE
9/11
MON,
SEP 14
Homework:
(1) Revisit your 9.11.TextsChart.odt homework from last class.
(2) Why did the Terrorists attack us on September 11th?
(3) What is the history of Al Qaeda?

Research one event on the attached time-line. Provide a picture (printed in color) and be prepared to present it next class.
external image msword.png 9.11.TIMELINE
9/11
WED,
SEP 9
In Class:

Homework: Why did the Terrorists attack us on September 11th?
Read and take notes on the 9.11.TextsChart.odt.
external image x-zip.png 9.11.TextsChart.odt
external image pdf.png DrainTheSwamp.pdf
external image pdf.png AnApologyFromAnArab.pdf
external image pdf.png BaghdadBurning.pdf
THR,
SEP 10
In Class:

Homework: Why did the Terrorists attack us on September 11th?
Read and take notes on the 9.11.TextsChart.odt.
external image x-zip.png 9.11.TextsChart.odt
external image pdf.png DrainTheSwamp.pdf
external image pdf.png AnApologyFromAnArab.pdf
external image pdf.png BaghdadBurning.pdf
FRI,
SEP 4
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. 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


TUE,
SEP 8
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.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


WED,
SEP 2
Homework: (1) Illustrate and Annotate one page map of the village and surroundings from Gathering Blue.
Find evidence from the novel for one of the themes of the course.
THR,
SEP 3
Homework: Find evidence from the novel for one of the themes of the course.
Homework: (2) Illustrate and Annotate one page map of the village and surroundings from Gathering Blue.
MON,
AUG 31
In Class:Here is an overview for 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
TUE,
SEP 1
In Class:Here is an overview for 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