Honors WSII 3rd Quarter

Monday, 1/28 -Tuesday, 1/29:
Due Today: read and annotate the Central European Absolutism Reading; read, annotate, and answer the questions to the Old Empires and New Powers map and questions (optional)
Today’s Learning Target: What absolutist forms of government existed in Eastern Europe and Russia in the 1500-1700s?
What we did in class today: we discussed some current events; we reviewed the Central European Absolutism readings with a review activity; we discussed the Russian Absolutism Presentation; we took notes to help us
Due Next Class: watch the first 30 minutes of the Empire of the Tsars – Peter the Great video and answer the questions; if wanted, complete the “Ivan IV – The Terrible” and “The First of the Romanov’s Tsars is Crowned” optional readings

Wednesday, 1/30 -Thursday, 1/31:
Due Today: watch the Empire of the Tsars – Peter the Great video and answer the questions; if wanted, complete the “Ivan IV – The Terrible” and “The First of the Romanov’s Tsars is Crowned” optional readings
Today’s Learning Target: How did Peter the Great change Russia?
What we did in class today: we discussed some current events; we watched the second half of the Empire of the Tsars – Peter the Great video
Due Next Class: finish the Peter the Great video questions; use the Unit 3 Content Quiz Study Guide to prepare for a quiz next class

Friday, 2/1 -Monday, 2/4:
Due Today: finish the Peter the Great video questions; use the Unit 3 Content Quiz Study Guide to prepare for today’s quiz
Today’s Learning Target: How did absolutism affect the countries of Europe in the 1600s-1700s?
What we did in class today: we completed our quiz; we read the Francis Bacon and the Scientific Revolution Reading; we discussed the Revolutions In Thought Presentation; we discussed some current events
Due Next Class: create a rough draft of the Your Utopia assignment

Tuesday, 2/5 -Wednesday, 2/6:
Due Today: create a rough draft of the Your Utopia assignment
Today’s Learning Target: How did the social classes in pre-Revolutionary Europe provoke the Revolution?
What we did in class today: we discussed some current events; we got into groups and discussed our rough drafts of the Your Utopia assignment; we read the France on the Eve of the Revolution reading out loud together; we did a group activity to introduce the French Revolution
Due Next Class: final draft of the Your Utopia assignment

Thursday, 2/7 -Friday, 2/8:
Due Today: final draft of the Your Utopia assignment
Today’s Learning Target: What were the main events of the French Revolution?
What we did in class today: we watched the first 60 minutes of The History Channel’s French Revolution video and took notes on the video questions sheet
Due Next Class: read and annotate the French Revolution reading

Monday, 2/11 -Tuesday, 2/12:
Due Today: read and annotate the French Revolution reading
Today’s Learning Target: What were the main events of the French Revolution?
What we did in class today: we watched the rest of The History Channel’s French Revolution video and finished taking notes on the video questions sheet; we compared the American Bill of Rights to the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (here is the comparison chart)
Due Next Class: complete the video questions sheet for The History Channel’s French Revolution video; read and annotate The Revolution Ends reading

Wednesday, 2/13: SNOW DAY NO SCHOOL

Thursday, 2/14 -Friday, 2/15:
Due Today: complete the video questions sheet for The History Channel’s French Revolution video; read and annotate The Revolution Ends reading
Today’s Learning Target: What were the main effects of the French Revolution?
What we did in class today: we completed the French Revolution Fill-Ins Review sheets and then reviewed the answers as a class
Due Next Class: read and annotate the Reign of Napoleon reading; you may also read the optional Napoleon and Josephine reading

Monday, 2/25 -Tuesday, 2/26:
Due Today: read and annotate the Reign of Napoleon reading; you may also read the optional Napoleon and Josephine reading
Today’s Learning Target: What were the effects of Napoleon’s rule?
What we did in class today: we discussed some current events; we discussed the Napoleon presentation
Due Next Class: use the Content Quiz #2 Study List to prepare for a quiz next class

Wednesday, 2/26 -Thursday, 2/27:
Due Today: use the Content Quiz #2 Study List to prepare for a quiz this class
Today’s Learning Target: Following the French Revolution and rule of Napoleon, to what extent was the French government and society transformed in terms of specific political, economic, social, and religious changes?
What we did in class today: we completed our content quiz; we worked in groups to complete the French Revolution documents analysis activity, using these sources
Due Next Class: complete the French Revolution documents analysis activity; use the Study Guide and Project Option to begin preparing for next week’s assessment

Friday, 3/1 -Tuesday, 3/5:
Due Today: complete the French Revolution documents analysis activity; use the Study Guide and Project Option to begin preparing for next week’s assessment
Today’s Learning Target: How was Europe affected by the many Revolutions in 1700-1800s?
What we did in class today: we discussed some current events; we used the remote-control gaming device to study for our Unit 3 Assessment
Due Next Class: use the Study Guide and Project Option to begin preparing for next week’s assessment

PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE SNOW DAY ON MONDAY, MARCH 4TH, OUR UNIT 3 ASSESSMENT DATES HAVE BEEN CHANGED: ORANGE 3-4 AND 5-6 WILL HAVE THEIR EXAM ON MONDAY, MARCH 11TH AND BLACK 7-8 WILL HAVE THEIR EXAM ON TUESDAY, MARCH 12TH

Wednesday, 3/6-Thursday, 3/7:
Due Today: use the Study Guide and Project Option to begin preparing for next week’s assessment
Today’s Learning Target: How was Europe affected by the many Revolutions in 1700-1800s?
What we did in class today: we studied for our Unit 3 Assessment
Due Next Class: use the Study Guide and Project Option to begin preparing for next week’s assessment

Friday, 3/8: TEACHER WORKSHOP NO SCHOOL

Monday, 3/11-Tuesday, 3/12:
Due Today: use the Study Guide and Project Option to prepare for today’s assessment
Today’s Learning Target: What were the effects of the many Revolutions in 1700-1800s?
What we did in class today: we completed our Unit 3 Assessment
Due Next Class: read and annotate the Congress of Vienna reading; complete the Europe After the Congress of Vienna map activity, using the blank map and labeled map – here’s a color map too

Wednesday, 3/13-Thursday, 3/14:
Due Today: read and annotate the Congress of Vienna reading; complete the Europe After the Congress of Vienna map activity, using the blank map and labeled map – here’s a color map too
Today’s Learning Target: How did the leaders of Europe reorganize the continent following Napoleonic rule?
What we did in class today: we discussed some current events; we reviewed the locations assinged on the Congress of Vienna map activity (using the color map); we discussed the European Nationalism Presentation; we completed the first two documents analyses in the 19th Century European Nationalism document analysis handout (you can complete the packet for an extra homework grade)
Due Next Class: study the Congress of Vienna map for a quiz next class; optional work: complete the 19th Century European Nationalism document analysis handout; read and annotate Austrian and Russian Nationalism reading

Friday, 3/15-Monday, 3/18:
Due Today: labeled and colored Congress of Vienna map; study the Congress of Vienna map for today’s map quiz; optional work: complete the 19th Century European Nationalism document analysis handout; read and annotate Austrian and Russian Nationalism reading
Today’s Learning Target: What nationalist movements took place in 19th century Latin America?
What we did in class today: we took our map quiz; we completed the Congress of Vienna Concept Review; we discussed the Latin American Nationalism presentation; we worked in groups to complete the Industrialization Analysis Handout using the Industrialization Mystery Clues; we discussed the Industrialism Essay Guidelines (you may also need the General Notes on Chicago Style handout)
Due Next Class: use the Industrialization Mystery Clues to complete any of the stations on the Industrialization Analysis Handout; begin working on the Industrialism Essay (here is an example of a 5-paragraph essay outline); you may also complete the Simón Bolívar reading (it’s optional)

Tuesday, 3/19 (Orange Day):
Due Today: use the Industrialization Mystery Clues to complete any of the stations on the Industrialization Analysis Handout; begin working on the Industrialism Essay (here is an example of a 5-paragraph essay outline and a title page example); you may also complete the Simón Bolívar reading (it’s optional)
Today’s Learning Target: What effects did industrialization have on Europe?
What we did in class today: we completed the Concept Review; we discussed some current events; we discussed the Industrialism Changes the World Presentation
Due Next Class: use the Content Quiz Study List to prepare for a quiz next class

Wednesday, 3/20 (Black Day; Early Release Day):
What we did in class today: we used the class time to work on our Industrialism Essay using the laptops

Thursday, 3/21 (Orange Day):
What we did in class today: we used the class time to work on our Industrialism Essay using the laptops; the Industrialism Essay is due next class (Mamma Mia cast and crew may turn it in on Wednesday)

Friday, 3/22 (Black Day):
Due Today: use the Industrialization Mystery Clues to complete any of the stations on the Industrialization Analysis Handout; begin working on the Industrialism Essay (here is an example of a 5-paragraph essay outline and a title page example); you may also complete the Simón Bolívar reading (it’s optional)
Today’s Learning Target: What effects did industrialization have on Europe?
What we did in class today: we completed the Concept Review; we discussed some current events; we discussed the Industrialism Changes the World Presentation
Due Next Class: use the Content Quiz Study List to prepare for a quiz next class; the Industrialism Essay is due next class (Mamma Mia cast and crew may turn it in on Thursday)

Monday, 3/25-Tuesday 3/26:
Due Today: use the Content Quiz Study List to prepare for a quiz this class; the Industrialism Essay is also due this class (Mamma Mia cast and crew may turn it in next class )
Today’s Learning Target: What were the main ideas, people, and events surrounding 19th century nationalism and industrialism?
What we did in class today: we reviewed for and then completed our Content Quiz; we worked on the Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia reading and questions
Due Next Class: complete the Indonesia’s Battle Against Imperialism reading and questions; complete the Imperialism in Africa map activity using the labeled map and blank map