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Week 13: Revolutions and Rebellions Wrap Up

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Week 13:  Revolutions and Rebellion Wrap Up

Vocabulary:  These words will be due on TUESDAY 11.21 for first and fourth block.  ALL CLASSES will have a quiz on TUESDAY 11.21.  Be sure to study the quizlet list so you will do well on these words.  QUIZLET


Thomas HobbesJohn LockeBaron de MontesquieuJean-Jacques RosseauVoltaireEnlightenmentAdam SmithPopular SovereigntyThree EstatesTennis Court OathDeclaration of Rights of Man and the CitizenSuffrageReign of TerrorNapoleon BonaparteEnterpriseUrbanizationLabor UnionsUtilitarianismSocialismKarl MarxCommunismAutonomyGlorious RevolutionRecessionMonday, November 20 *No Daily Questions*
Complete Prezi and Presentation Questions
First Block: 60-88Third Block: 60-88Fourth Block:  19.3 Social Impact of Industrial Revolution
Textbook Link
Guided Notes
Google Slides
Tuesday, November 21 *No Daily Questions* Vocabulary Chart is due. Vocabulary Quiz Revolutions and Rebellions Test Mr. Peabody and Sherman Movie and Viewing Guide
Wednesday, November 21 Mr. Peabody and S…

Week 12: Revolutions and Rebellions

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Week 12: Revolutions and Rebellions
Vocabulary:  These words will be due on the day of your unit test (Tuesday, November 21).  You will need to complete the definition, write a sentence AND draw a picture.  There are many different people this week, so you need to focus on learning clues to tell them apart.     Quizlet
Thomas HobbesJohn LockeBaron de MontesquieuJean-Jacques RosseauVoltaireEnlightenmentAdam SmithPopular SovereigntyThree EstatesTennis Court OathDeclaration of Rights of Man and the CitizenSuffrageReign of TerrorNapoleon BonaparteEnterpriseUrbanizationLabor UnionsUtilitarianismSocialismKarl MarxCommunismAutonomyGlorious RevolutionRecessionMonday, November 13 Daily Question:  What does it mean to be "FAIR"?
17.1 Philosophy in the Age of Reason
Google SlideNote ChartStandard ReadingHonors Reading Tuesday, November 14
Daily Question:  What ideas did Enlightenment philosophers have on government and society?
The American Revolution
PreziNotesStandard QuestionsHonors ReadingW…

Week 11: Age of Exploration Part II

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Week 11: Age of Exploration  The vocabulary chart is due on Thursday.  Quizlet

Leif Eriksson Henry the NavigatorAstrolabeCaravelChristopher ColumbusFerdinand MagellanCircumnavigateColumbian ExchangeConquistadorsEncomienda SystemPlantationOrotestantsSpanish ArmadaNorthwest PassageCharterImmuneMiddle PassageAfrican DiasporaMonday, 11.6 Daily Question:  How is Spain's influence seen today in the Americas? E4.  The Race for Empires Google Slides (85-117) Guided Notes Assessment Questions: What was the Protestant Reformation?What role did the printing press play in the Protestant Reformation?Which French and Dutch explorers tried a Northwest Passage?What happened to the first English settlements in North America?Which European empire do you think was the most successful in North America? Why?Tuesday, 11.7 Daily Question:  How did the Protestant Reformation effect exploration? E5.  Beginnings of Slavery in America Google Slides (119-141) Guided Notes Assessment Questions: Why did so many Native Amer…

Week 10: Age of Exploration

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New week, new quarter, new expectations:

All late work will now have an automatic 30 points deduction.There will be strict cut off dates for late assignments that will correlate with progress reports.Standard:  There will no longer be a curve on test grades.  This will require you to study and prepare for tests more than relying on a curve to help your grade.Week 10: Age of Exploration (These words will be due and there will be a quiz on November 9.) DefinitionsQuizlet Leif ErikksonHenry the NavigatorAstrolabeCaravelChristopher ColumbusFerdinand MagellanCircumnavigateColumbian ExchangeConquistadorsEncomienda SystemPlantationsProtestantsSpanish ArmadaNorthwest PassageCharterImmuneMiddle PassageAfrican DiasporaWednesday, November 1 Daily Question:  What is a goal that you have for this quarter? (What do you want to accomplish between now and January?...school related) E1. Europeans Set Sail Google Slides Notes Primary Source:  The Portuguese Reach India
Thursday, November 2 Daily Question:  What…

Week 9: The Renaissance and Reformation

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This week, we will wrap up the first quarter and begin the explosive time of the Renaissance.  We will learn about the new thinkers and artists and then delve into the causes and results of a massive split in the church.  
Please make sure all missing work is turned in by Thursday, October 26 if you want it to count.  I will take whatever you will complete and give me!!  You truly need to stay on task this week so you do not fall behind and fail to turn something in!!

Essential Standards:
WHH4: Analyze the political, economic, social and cultural factors that lead to the development of the first age of global interaction. WHH41: Explain how interest in classical learning and religious reform contributed to increased global interaction (e.g. Renaissance, Protestant Reformation, Catholic Reformation, Printing Revolution, etc.).WHH42:  Explain the political social and economic reasons for the rise of powerful centralized national states and empires (e.g., Reformation, absolutism, limited mon…

Week 8: High Middle Ages

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Week 8: High Middle Ages     Quizlet
Magna CartaDue Process of LawHabeas CorpusParliamentHoly Roman EmpireLay InvestitureCharterCrusadesHoly LandBlack DeathEpidemicSchismLong BowMonday, October 16 Daily Question:  Why did Pope Leo III crown Charlemagne the Roman king? 8.1 Royal Power Grows Google SlidesGuided NotesAssessment QuestionsHow did monarchs in England and France expand royal authority and lay the foundations for united nation-states?How did nobles and the Church stand in the way of kings who wanted more powerSummarize: How did William increase royal power in England.Explain the importance of the Magna Carta.Explain the importance of the Model Parliament.Tuesday, October 17 Daily Question:  What impact did William the Conqueror and Henry II have on the role of the kingdom? 8.2 Hole Roman Empire and the Church Google SlidesGuided NotesPrimary Source: Excommunication of Henry IVSection 2 "Quiz" Wednesday, October 18 Daily Question:  Describe what lay investiture is and why the…

Week Seven: Medieval Europe

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