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FINAL EXAM

FINAL EXAM
DUE FRI JUN 12
Review For Final Exam
DUE, MON JUN 15
Review For Final Exam
DUE WED, JUN 10
Begin Review For Final Exam: Look in your notebook, look on the wiki under the "Units", look on the wiki under "Mr. Pearl's classes" and identify 10 of the most important things we studied. Remember- the final Exam is IMAGES. Type them on a list and gather images. PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS>

external image pdf.png TheMedievalChurch.pdf
external image pdf.png Renaissance.Art.o9.pdf
DUE THR, JUN 11
Begin Review For Final Exam: Look in your notebook, look on the wiki under the "Units", look on the wiki under "Mr. Pearl's classes" and identify 10 of the most important things we studied. Remember- the final Exam is IMAGES. Type them on a list and gather images. PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS>

external image pdf.png TheMedievalChurch.pdf
external image pdf.png Renaissance.Art.o9.pdf
DUE MON, JUN 8

DUE TUE, JUN 9

DUE THR, JUN 4
Hand-in Text Book
Read the Annotated Mona Lisa to learn abut the 4 breakthroughs in art during the Renaissance. Select and read about one of the artists and know what makes them unique and a few of their most famous artworks. Gather a few images of their artworks.

DUE FRI, JUN 5
Read the Annotated Mona Lisa to learn abut the 4 breakthroughs in art during the Renaissance. Select and read about one of the artists and know what makes them unique and a few of their most famous artworks. Gather a few images of their artworks.

DUE TUE, JUN 2
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
Read Sections: Arrival of Medic (page 53), The Italian Bankers (page 53-54), The Establishment of the Medici Bank (page 54), Cosimo Medici (pages 54-56), Brunelleschi (pages 58-63) You can take notes on the Study Guide:
DUE WED, JUN 3
Hand-in Text Book
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
Read Sections: Arrival of Medic (page 53), The Italian Bankers (page 53-54), The Establishment of the Medici Bank (page 54), Cosimo Medici (pages 54-56), Brunelleschi (pages 58-63) You can take notes on the Study Guide:
DUE FRI, MAY 29
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
10 True Facts about Joan of Arc and 100 Years War. Make them detailed.

IN CLASS:
Black Death- Webquest
do 25 questions
DUE MON, JUN 1
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
Test on 100 Year WAR
IN CLASS:
Black Death- Webquest
do 25 questions
DUE WED, MAY 27
HW: Test on 100 Years War and Joan of Arc- with Map



Memorial Day
DUE THR, MAY 28
HW: Test on 100 Years War and Joan of Arc- with Map
DUE FRI, MAY 22
Map of 100 Years War.



Read and take notes on Joan of Arc and 100 Years War
DUE TUE, MAY 26
Map on 100 Years War



Read and take notes on Joan of Arc and 100 Years War
DUE WED, MAY 20


Read and take notes on Joan of Arc and 100 Years War

Memorial Day
DUE MON, MAY 18
Bring your completed MFA field Guide to class
DUE THR, MAY 21


Read and take notes on Joan of Arc and 100 Years War
DUE THR, MAY 14
NO CLASS- Freshmen With Advisors
DUE TUE, MAY 19
Bring your completed MFA field Guide to class.
DUE TUE, MAY 12
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
Annotate Your artwork for the Boston-MFA field trip
DUE FRI, MAY 15
NO CLASS- Freshmen With Advisors
DUE FRI, MAY 8
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
1. Finish Taking Notes on Art in the Middle Ages. This is the Gothic section of the reading.
2. Go to the Museum of Fine Arts Website and create an Annotated Artwork for:
Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists//
1150–1200
3. Alter Piece at MFA
4. Locate and reprint your Annotated Artwork for Greece


DUE WED, MAY 13
NO CLASS- Freshmen With Advisors
DUE WED, MAY 6
Read and take notes on Art in the Middle Ages. Read up to Gothic Art. Packet and study guide to be handed out in class. Altarpiece.jpg
DUE MON, MAY 11
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
Annotate Your artwork for the Boston-MFA field trip
DUE MON, MAY 4
Read Text 303-307 and take notes with the attached study guide.

DUE THR, MAY 7
PRINT PRIOR TO CLASS
1. Finish Taking Notes on Art in the Middle Ages. This is the Gothic section of the reading.
2. Go to the Museum of Fine Arts Website and create an Annotated Artwork for:
Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists//
1150–1200
3. Alter Piece at MFA
4. Locate and reprint your Annotated Artwork for Greece


DUE THR, APR 30
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 population
  12. Peasant Life

DUE TUE, MAY 5
Read and take notes on Art in the Middle Ages. Read up to Gothic Art. Packet and study guide to be handed out in class. Altarpiece.jpg
DUE FRI, MAY 1
Read Text 303-307 and take notes with the attached study guide.

DUE, WED APR 29
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 population
  12. Peasant Life

DUE TUE APR 28
No Homework- April Vacation
DUE MON, APR 27th
No Homework- April Vacation
DUE THR, APR 16
Voice Thread Test
DUE WED, APR 15
Voice Thread Test
DUE TUE, APR 14
PRIOR TO CLASS:
~ Voice Thread Recorded
Make sure the Voice Thread is "public" and that you" invite" me david_pearl@yarmouth.k12.me.us

Voice Thread Test will be taken in class
DUE MON, APR 13
PRIOR TO CLASS:
~ Voice Thread Recorded
Make sure the Voice Thread is "public" and that you" invite" me david_pearl@yarmouth.k12.me.us

Voice Thread Test will be taken in class
DUE FRI, APR 10
Final Script Due/ "Punch-List Research" will be done in class.
PRIOR TO CLASS:
~ Bibliography PRINTED
~ 3 Questions PRINTED
DUE THR APR 9
Final Script Due/ "Punch-List Research" will be done in class.
PRIOR TO CLASS:

~ Bibliography PRINTED
~ 3 Questions PRINTED
DUE WED, APR 8
2nd Draft Story Board Due/2nd Draft Bibliography Due/ 1st Draft 3 Questions Due

WEBSITE EVALUATION DUE

DUE TUE, APR 7
2nd Draft Story Board Due/2nd Draft Bibliography Due/ 1st Draft 3 Questions Due

WEBSITE EVALUATION DUE

DUE MON, APR 6
1st Draft Story Board Due

EBSCO Article is Due (printed PRIOR to class) Print FULL TEXT HTML.

We will do Library research in class.(3)
DUE FRI, APR 3
1st Draft Story Board Due

EBSCO Article is Due (printed PRIOR to class)Print FULL TEXT HTML.

We will do Library research in class.(3)
DUE THR, APR 2
Notes from 2 books in Library/1st Draft Bibliography

We will do Library research in class.(2)
DUE WED, APR 1
Notes from 2 books in Library/1st Draft Bibliography

We will do Library research in class.(2)
DUE TUE, MAR 31
Text Book/ World Book Encyclopedia Notes Due
http://libraries.maine.edu/mainedatabases/

We will do Library research in class (1)
DUE MON, MAR 30
Text Book/ World Book Encyclopedia Notes Due
http://libraries.maine.edu/mainedatabases/

We will do Library research in class.(1)
DUE FRI, MAR 27
Note-Book Check. Please organize your notebooks, and use the 3 hole punch to file any loose papers. Be sure to have tabs for each unit we have studied.

Complete Student Led Conference

Project Introduced.


DUE THR, MAR 26
Note-Book Check. Please organize your notebooks, and use the 3 hole punch to file any loose papers. Be sure to have tabs for each unit we have studied.

Student- Led Conference Due

Project Introduced.



DUE WED, MAR 25
1) You will be coloring in your Map of the Roman Empire showing it's expansion over time. Be sure to use the map key and distinct colors to show the growth of the empire. Please be neat and precise. In your map key identify the following phases as the Empire increases in size. http://www.roman-empire.net/maps/map-empire.html

End Of Punic Wars: 100 BC
Death of Julius Caesar: 44BC
Death of Augustus: 14AD
Death of Trajan: 116AD

DUE TUE, MAR 24
1) You will be coloring in your Map of the Roman Empire showing it's expansion over time. Be sure to use the map key and distinct colors to show the growth of the empire. Please be neat and precise. In your map key identify the following phases as the Empire increases in size. http://www.roman-empire.net/maps/map-empire.html

End Of Punic Wars: 100 BC
Death of Julius Caesar: 44BC
Death of Augustus: 14AD
Death of Trajan: 116AD


Work On Student-Led Conference
DUE MON, MAR 23
Read- Text Book 162-163 on Julius Caesar. Take notes as a study guide. Create an Outline that organizes your notes into different sections that describes Julius Caesar's life.

Quiz on The Legacy of the Founding of Rome, Geography of Rome, Etruscans, Punic Wars, Effect of the Punic Wars.
DUE FRI, MAR 20
Read- Text Book 162-163 on Julius Caesar. Take notes as a study guide. Create an Outline that organizes your notes into different sections that describes Julius Caesar's life.

Quiz on The Legacy of the Founding of Rome, Geography of Rome, Etruscans, Punic Wars, Effect of the Punic Wars.
DUE THR, MAR 19
No Class- YCHEWS Movie and discussion
DUE WED, MAR 18
Read: Caesar- 3 Views Pages 171-175. Answer the questions on Page 175.

Quiz: Cole's Course Of Empire

DUE TUE, MAR 17
Read: Caesar- 3 Views Pages 171-175. Answer the questions on Page 175.
DUE MON, MAR 16
Work on Map of the Roman Empire
DUE FRI, MAR 13
Work on Map of the Roman Empire
DUE THR, MAR 12
Read and take notes on Rome: A Genius For The Practical, Language, Law, Legions.
DUE, WED, MAR 11
Read and take notes on Rome: A Genius For The Practical, Language, Law, Legions.


DUE MON, MAR 9
No homework.
DUE TUE, MAR 10
Quiz: Alexander The Great. Remember to study the map.

Quiz: Greek Architecture

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.
DUE THR, MAR 5
Quiz: Alexander The Great. Remember to study the map.

Quiz: Greek Architecture

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.
DUE FRI, MAR 6
Spirit Week Assembly- No Homework
DUE TUE, MAR 3
Complete the Map on Alexander The Great.


DUE WED, MAR 4
Complete theMap on Alexander The Great.

DUE FRI, FEB 27
Read Packet- Greece: They invented a lot more than the Olymipcs. Take notes on these topics:

Intro
Painting
Vase Painting
Sculpture
Architecture
DUE MON, MAR 2
Complete theMap on Alexander The Great.

DUE WED, FEB 25
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.
DUE THR, FEB 26
Read Packet- Greece: They invented a lot more than the Olymipcs. Take notes on these topics:

Intro
Painting
Vase Painting
Sculpture
Architecture
DUE TUE, FEB 24
No Homework
DUE MON, FEB 23
No Homework
DUE THR, FEB 12
Final Voice Thread is due at Beginning of class!

Be sure to make your voice thread "Public" and to invite me and send me an invitation. My address is david_pearl@yarmouth.k12.me.us

3 questions for Voice Thread Due
DUE WED, FEB 11
Final Voice Threadis due at Beginning of class!

Be sure to make your voice thread "Public" and to invite me and send me an invitation. My address is david_pearl@yarmouth.k12.me.us

3 questions for Voice Thread Due
DUE TUE, FEB 10
Work on Voice Thread

start collecting images
DUE MON, FEB 9
2nd draft of Script Due
DUE FRI, FEB 6
2nd draft of Script Due
DUE THR, FEB 5
Final Bibliography Due

1st draft of Script is due
DUE WED, FEB 4
Final Bibliography Due

1st draft of Script is due
DUE TUE, FEB 3
Great Greek

Bibliography from four (4) books in library. Four (4) pages of notes.
DUE MON, FEB 2
Research Great Greek

Bibliography from four (4) books in library. Four (4) pages of notes.
DUE FRI, JAN 30
Research Great Greek

Bibliography from two (2) books in library. Two (2) pages of notes.
DUE THR, JAN 29
Research Great Greek

Bibliography from two (2) books in library. Two (2) pages of notes.
DUE, WED, JAN 28
Research Great Greek
DUE TUE, JAN 27
Study for quiz on Persian War
DUE MON, JAN 26
Study for Quiz on Persian War
DUE FRI, JAN 23
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?
DUE THR, JAN 22
Complete Map

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?
DUE WED, JAN 21
Complete Map
DUE TUE, JAN 20
Work on Map on Greece.Go to the Wiki on Greece to get great map resources.
DUE FRI, JAN 16
Work on the Map on Greece.Go to the Wiki on Greece to get great map resources.
DUE THR, JAN 15
Test: China
Dynastic Cycle
Shang
Zhou
Qin
Han
Map of China


[[file:Bean.Notes1:13:08.zip]]
Land of Discovery- Contributions of China
DUE WED, JAN 14
Test: China
Dynastic Cycle
Shang
Zhou
Qin
Han
Map of China
Land of Discovery- Contributions of China

Map Of China
DUE TUE, JAN 13
1.) Map of China

2.) Study for test
DUE MON, JAN 12
Take notes and fill out the template for the Dynastic Cycle for the Dynasty you have been assigned. Be sure to use the resources from both the text book (pages 218-223) and the Wiki to find information.
DUE FRI, JAN 9
Take notes and fill out the template for the Dynastic Cycle for the Dynasty you have been assigned. Be sure to use the resources from both the text book (pages 218-223) and the Wiki to find information.
DUE THR, JAN 8
Read Text Book pages 70-71 and take notes on the Shang Dynasty and the Dynastic Cycle. List important achievements of the Shang Dynasty and identify the causes for the Shang's decline. Be sure to go to the resources on the wiki to add additional information about the Shang to your notes. Use a different color ink to show this. http://worldhistoryatyhs.wikispaces.com/China %26 India
As always, please take notes in "bullet form" and outline form.
DUE WED, JAN 7
Read Text Book pages 70-71 and take notes on the Shang Dynasty and the Dynastic Cycle. List important achievements of the Shang Dynasty and identify the causes for the Shang's decline. Be sure to go to the resources on the wiki to add additional information about the Shang to your notes. Use a different color ink to show this. http://worldhistoryatyhs.wikispaces.com/China %26 India
As always, please take notes in "bullet form" and outline form.
DUE WED, DEC 17
Socratic Seminar
DUE THR, DEC 18
Socratic Seminar
DUE MON, DEC 15
Notebook Check. Please organize all your papers and notes from our study of World Religions. Group resources from each religion together. Put the religions in the order we have studied them. There should be no loose papers in your binder. Everything should be three-hole punched and filed.
DUE TUE DEC 16
Notebook Check. Please organize all your papers and notes from our study of World Religions. Group resources from each religion together. Put the religions in the order we have studied them. There should be no loose papers in your binder. Everything should be three-hole punched and filed.
DUE THR, DEC 11
3.) Go to this website and read about the FAQ's about Muslims. Be prepared for a short quiz next class. Frontline-Muslims
You will be able to use your notes as long as they are written and printed prior to class.

DUE FRI, DEC 12
3.) Go to this website and read about the FAQ's about Muslims. Be prepared for a short quiz next class. Frontline-Muslims
You will be able to use your notes as long as they are written and printed prior to class.

DUE TUE, DEC 9
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 for a short matching quiz. You will be able to use your notes:
* messiah
* Jesus
  • Pontius Pilate
  • disciples
  • Paul
  • Peter
  • martyrs
  • Constantine
  • bishop
  • pope
  • New Testament
  • Trinity
DUE WED, DEC 10
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 for a short matching quiz. You will be able to use your notes:
  • messiah
  • Jesus
  • Pontius Pilate
  • disciples
  • Paul
  • Peter
  • martyrs
  • Constantine
  • bishop
  • pope
  • New Testament
  • Trinity
DUE FRI, DEC 5
Study for Judaism Quiz #2
DUE MON, DEC 8
Field Trip
DUE WED, NOV 3
Go to this site run by Aish HaTorah, a Jewish educational center, and watch the short movies called "The Chicken Lady" and "Twas the Night Before Chanukah." For each movie, write a short paragraph explaining how the movie illustrates a belief or practice that is important in Judaism.
DUE THR, DEC 4
Quiz Judaism. Study for Judaism Quiz #2

Go to this site run by Aish HaTorah, a Jewish educational center, and watch the short movies called "The Chicken Lady" and "Twas the Night Before Chanukah." For each movie, write a short paragraph explaining how the movie illustrates a belief or practice that is important in Judaism.
DUE MON 12/1
PLEASE NOTE: This will be done in class MON, NOV 24 Read about the origins of Judaism in the textbook, pages 83-86. Take notes on the following terms for a short matching quiz. You will be able to use your notes:

monotheism
prophets
covenant
Abraham
exodus
Moses

David
Jerusalem
Solomon
exile
Diaspora
Jewish Scriptures



DUE TUE, DEC 2
Go to this site run by Aish HaTorah, a Jewish educational center, and watch the short movies called "The Chicken Lady" and "Twas the Night Before Chanukah." For each movie, write a short paragraph explaining how the movie illustrates a belief or practice that is important in Judaism.


DUE MON, NOV 24
Test on Buddhism
Link to World Religion Page
DUE TUE, NOV 25
Read about the origins of Judaism in the textbook, pages 83-86. Take notes on the following terms for a short matching quiz. You will be able to use your notes:

monotheism
prophets
covenant
Abraham
exodus
Moses

David
Jerusalem
Solomon
exile
Diaspora
Jewish Scriptures


DUE THR, NOV 20
Test on Buddhism
Link to World Religion Page
DUE FRI, NOV 21
Test On Buddhism
Link to World Religion Page
DUE TUE, NOV 18
Read and take notes on the current situation in Tibet.

DUE WED, NOV 19
Read and take notes on the current situation in Tibet.

DUE FRI, NOV 14
Do the attached assignment.
DUE MON, NOV 17
Do the attached assignment.
DUE WED, NOV 12
Read Text and take notes on Buddhism.
DUE THR,
NOV 13
Read Text and Take notes on Buddhism. Know who won the election. Pay close attention to new and controversial issues. Know predictions and issues regarding important "battleground states" such as Florida, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio. Elector Map
DUE THR, NOV 6

Know who won the election. Pay close attention to new and controversial issues. Know predictions and issues regarding important "battleground states" such as Florida, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio. Elector Map Quiz on Hinduism.Link to World Religion Page

DUE FRI, NOV 7
Quiz on Hinduism.Link to World Religion Page
DUE TUE, NOV 4

Pay close attention to the election. Pay close attention to new and controversial issues. Know predictions and issues regarding important "battleground states" such as Florida, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio. Elector Map

DUE WED, NOV 5
Pay close attention to the election. Pay close attention to new and controversial issues. Know predictions and issues regarding important "battleground states" such as Florida, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio. Elector Map
DUE FRI, OCT 31

Read and take notes on Hinduism.

DUE, MON NOV 3
Take notes from text on Hinduism
DUE WED, OCT 29
Final Research Outline Due
DUE TUE, OCT 28
Final Research Outline Due
Artwork Due.
DUE MON, OCT 27
2nd Draft of outline due. Artwork Due. 1st draft of Bibliography Due.
DUE FRI, OCT 24
Research Outline "fattened" with 1-2 sources from in class and the wiki.1st draft of Bibliography Due.
DUE THR, OCT 23
Research Outline "fattened" with 1-2 sources from the library.
DUE WED, OCT 22
notes on outline from tetbook.
DUE TUE, OCT 21
Bring Textbook to Class
DUE MON, OCT 20
Bring Textbook to class.
DUE FRI, OCT 17

Drawn Map: Impact of Geography on Ancient Civilizations
Your map should have typed blurbs. Be sure to edit your grammar.
DUE THR OCT 16
Drawn Map: Impact of Geography on Ancient Civilizations
Your map should have typed blurbs. Be sure to edit your grammar.
DUE WED, OCT 10
Final typed notes on the Impact of Geography on the first civilizations. China, India, Egypt, Mesopotamia. You will be working in class on making a poster and presenting your findings to the class.
DUE TUE OCT 14
Final typed notes on the Impact of Geography on the first civilizations. China, India, Egypt, Mesopotamia. You will be working in class on making a poster and presenting your findings to the class.



DUE Wed, OCT 8

Typed notes on the Impact of Geography on the first civilizations. China, India, Egypt, Mesopotamia. Be sure to also consult your text book.
DUE THR, OCT 9
DUE MON, OCT 6
Socratic Seminar.
DUE TUE, OCT 7
Typed notes on the Impact of Geography on the first civilizations. China, India, Egypt, Mesopotamia.Be sure to also consult your text book.
DUE THR, OCT 2
Bring your Truth Chart to class as your entry ticket.
DUE FRI, OCT 3
Socratic Seminar. Bring your Truth Chart to class as your entry ticket.
DUE TUE, SEPT 30
Complete drawing your map of the world. Water = blue, Countries = Black/Green, Mountains = Brown. Be sure to be neat and precise.
DUE WED, OCT 1
Work on your Human Truths Chart. Organize notes and resources for the seminar.
DUE FRI, SEPT 26

1) Read pages 20-29 in the textbook.
2) Use Pages or a similar program to 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 TUESDAY OVER THIS INFORMATION.

DUE MON, SEPT 29
1) Read pages 20-29 in the textbook.
2) Use Pages or a similar program to 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.