Modern Euro 2nd Quarter Homework

Monday, 11/2: we reviewed the 168-Hour Week plan and the Protestant Reformation thesis statements; we discussed the 2015 Voting Information: Voter Information ReadingPew Political Typology Quiz, and Ballot Questions; homework is to complete one of the Henry VIII and Wives readings (randomly handed out): 1 Henry VIII – Catherine of Aragon, 2 Henry VIII – Anne Boleyn, 3 Henry VIII – Jane Seymour, 4 Henry VIII – Anne of Cleves, 5 Henry VIII – Kathryn Howard, or 6 Henry VIII – Katherine Parr

Tuesday, 11/3: we reviewed the Tudor notes questions due last class; we discussed the English Reformation Presentation; homework was to use the Quiz Study List to prepare for a content quiz next class; we discussed some current events

Wednesday, 11/4: we reviewed the Guidelines for MFA Trip; we reviewed the Tudor notes questions due last class; we discussed the English Reformation Presentation; homework was to use the Quiz Study List to prepare for a content quiz next class; we discussed some current events

Thursday, 11/5: PLEASE NOTE: we postponed the content quiz to MONDAY; we reviewed the Guidelines for MFA Trip; we read the Ulrich von Hutten Letter; we discussed the Spread of Protestant Reformation Presentation; homework was to complete the Catholic-Counter Reformation Reading and use the Quiz Study List to prepare for a content quiz next class; we discussed some current events

Friday, 11/6: MFA Field Trip; no class

Monday, 11/9: we completed our content quiz; we finished our discussion of the Spread of Protestant Reformation Presentation; no homework

Tuesday, 11/10: we completed our content quiz; we read the Ulrich von Hutten Letter; we discussed the Spread of Protestant Reformation Presentation; homework was to complete the Catholic-Counter Reformation Reading

Wednesday, 11/11: Veteran’s Day: NO SCHOOL

Thursday, 11/12-Friday, 11/13: we worked in groups on the Catholic Reformation TO-DO List, using the following documents: 1 – Jesuits 1 – Portrait of Saint Ignatius of Loyola 1 – Vieira pic 2 – Council of Trent 2 – The Council of Trent Pic 3 – Index of Forbidden Books 3 – Index of Forbidden Books Pic 4 – The Inquisition 4 – The Inquisition Pic; homework was to begin preparing for next week’s exam using the Study Guide and Project Option

Monday, 11/16-Tuesday, 11/17: we used the CPS system to study for our exam; homework was to study for next class’s exam

PLEASE TAKE NOTE: BECUASE THE SUBSTITUTE DID NOT GIVE MANY STUDENTS THE HANDOUT FOR THE PROJECT, ANY BLACK DAY STUDENT WHO IS COMPLETING THE PROJECT MAY HAND IT IN ON FRIDAY MORNING INSTEAD OF DURING CLASS ON THURSDAY (YOU WILL STILL NEED TO COMPLETE THE 20-QUESTION MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUIZ DURING OUR CLASS ON THURSDAY)

Wednesday, 11/18-Thursday, 11/19: we completed our Unit 2 assessment; homework was to read and annotate the Europeans Begin to Explore reading.

Friday, 11/20-Monday, 11/21: we discussed some current events; we reviewed the homework with a matching/partner review activity; we discussed the European Nations Settle North America Presentation handout; homework was to complete the Basic Explorer Research Sheet (here’s a link to a Google Doc of the Basic Research Sheet), using your assigned explorer; use this Chicago Style Notes document to help format your footnotes.

Tuesday, 11/22-Monday, 11/30:
Due Today: Basic Explorer Research Sheet
What we did today: we discussed some current events; we reviewed each other’s research using the Basic Research Peer Edit – here is a link to the Google Doc of the Peer Editing Sheet; we discussed the The Atlantic Slave Trade Presentation
Due Next Class: the Treatment of the Slaves Reading and Questions

Tuesday, 12/1-Wednesday, 12/2:
Due Today: the Treatment of the Slaves Reading and Questions
What we did today: we discussed some current events; we discussed the Essay Outline Guidelines and then worked on them in class using computers
Due Next Class: Essay Outline Guidelines – here’s a link to the Google Doc of the Essay Outline

Thursday, 12/3-Friday, 12/4:
Due Today: Essay Outline Guidelines
What we did today: we proofread each other’s outlines, using either the paper copy of the Essay Outline Peer Editing Rubric or the Google Doc version of the Outline Peer Edit Sheet; we read and annotated the Competing Claims in North America Reading; we labeled and colored the Claims in the Americas 1700 Blank Map and The World During the Age of Discovery Blank Map using the Claims in the Americas 1700 Labeled Map and The World During the Age of Discovery Labled Map; we used computers in class to continue working on our research projects
Due Next Class: read and annotate the Competing Claims in North America Reading; label, color, and study the Claims in the Americas 1700 Labeled Map and The World During the Age of Discovery Labeled Map

Monday, 12/7-Tuesday 12/8:
Due Today: Competing Claims in North America Reading; label, color, and study the Claims in the Americas 1700 Labeled Map and The World During the Age of Discovery Labeled Map
What we did in class: we took our map quiz; we discussed the Exploration Essay Guidelines and Rubric, using the 750 Word Document Example as a reference; we worked in class with the computers
Due Next Class: Exploration Essay Rough Draft

Wednesday 12/9 (Orange Day; early release)-Thursday, 12/10:
Due Today: Exploration Essay Rough Draft
What we did in class: we discussed the Exploration Essay Peer Editing Sheet (here’s a link to a Google Doc of the Exploration Essay Peer Editing Sheet); we worked on our research projects using the computers in class
Due Next Class: rough draft #2 (minimum of 750 words)

Friday, 12/11-Monday, 12/14:
Due Today: rough draft #2 (minimum of 750 words)
What we did in class: we worked on peer editing rough draft #2 (use peer edit sheet from last class); we discussed the final copy rubric (see the Exploration Essay Guidelines and Rubric); we worked on computers in class
Due Next Class: any part of the research project that you have not turned in yet and any work that you need to complete or want to redo

Tuesday, 12/15-Wednesday, 12/16:
Due Today:all work from Unit 3: Exploration (including all parts of the research project)
What we did in class: we worked on computers in class
Due the Class After Break: Tudor England – The Reign of Elizabeth annotations

Thursday, 12/17-Friday, 12/18:
Due Today: none
What we did in class: Mrs. Wagner read The Gift of the Magi aloud; we watched the History of Christmas video and completed Christmas Unwrapped Questions; we worked in groups to complete the Christmas Carols Acronyms

Here is the 2016 Midterm Study Guide if you’d like to start studying over break

Monday, 1/4-Tuesday, 1/5:
Due Today: Tudor England – The Reign of Elizabeth annotations
What we did in class: we discussed some current events; we played a matching review game using the Elizabeth Matching Cards; we worked in groups to complete the English Absolutism History As Mystery Stations Notes Sheets using the English Absolutism Stations Clues
Due Next Class: finish the English Absolutism History As Mystery Stations Notes Sheets using the English Absolutism Stations Clues; here is the Permission Slip for Elizabeth

Wednesday, 1/6-Thursday, 1/7:
Due Today: English Absolutism History As Mystery Stations Notes Sheets (started in class and finished as homework); the Permission Slip for Elizabeth
What we did in class: we reviewed the homework; we watched the first part of Elizabeth
Due Next Class: Spanish Absolutism Reading

Friday, 1/8-Monday, 1/11:
Due Today: Spanish Absolutism Reading
What we did in class: we watched Elizabeth (we watched it for the whole period to make sure we are able to finish it before midterms)
Due Next Class: Central European Absolutism reading

Tuesday, 1/12-Wednesday, 1/13:
Due Today: Central European Absolutism reading
What we did in class: we finished watching Elizabeth
Due Next Class: prepare for Midterm Exam using the 2016 Midterm Study Guide; begin to organize all your work from this quarter using the 2nd Quarter Portfolio Directions (this is due at the Midterm)