Modern Euro 4th Quarter

Monday, 4/6-Tuesday, 4/7: we reviewed our corrected exams; we discussed some current events; we briefly reviewed the main points of our homework; we worked in groups to complete the History As Mystery Directions by taking notes on the Analysis Handout using the Life in a Factory Sources; homework is to complete the Nationalism Reading Packet

Wednesday, 4/8-Thursday, 4/9: homework is to complete the Imperialism Packet and the Imperialism in Africa Map Activity using the Imperialism in Africa Outline Map and the Labeled Imperialism in Africa map; here are some color maps that may also be helpful: Africa Colonies mapColonization of Africa Maps.key

Friday, 4/10-Monday, 4/13: we read The Scramble for Africa aloud as a whole class; we broke into three separate groups and prepared presentations according to groups: Option 1- Act Alone, Act Now, Force ChangeOption 2- Cooperate with the Other Great Powers; Option 3- Focus on the British Empire; homework was to complete The Great War reading and questions and to study the Africa map for a map quiz

Tuesday, 4/14-Wednesday, 4/15: we completed our Africa map quiz; we completed the Great Powers Game in groups in class; homework is to complete the WWI A Global Conflict reading and questions

Thursday, 4/16-Monday, 4/27: assisted study hall day

Tuesday, 4/28-Wednesday, 4/29: we discussed some current events; we discussed the World War I Presentation.key; we worked in groups on the first page of the Versailles Treaty – Articles 42-50; homework was to complete the questions on the last page of the Versailles Treaty handout started in class

Thursday, 4/30-Friday, 5/1: we discussed the Russian Revolution Presentation.key; we worked in groups to create and make presentations based on these handouts: Revolutions in Russia Plans 1-4; homework is to complete the Revolutions in Russia Writing Assignment Characters; you may wish to begin preparing for our unit exam using the Unit 7 Study Guide and Project Option

Monday, 5-4-Tuesday, 5/5: we made our presentations on the Russian Revolution while taking notes on the Revolutions Plans Notesheets; we were unable to study with the remote-control gaming system as our room location changed to a room without an overhead projector, so here are some print versions of the game: PDF copy Unit 7 Nation-Building and War Review Questions; Text Edit Copy Unit 7 Nation-Building and War Review Questions; Word copy Unit 7 Nation-Building and War Review Questions

Wednesday, 5/6-Thursday, 5/7: we completed our Unit 7 Exam; homework was to complete the Rise of Germany and Japan Reading and Questions

Friday, 5/8-Monday, 5/11: we worked with Mr. Dearing to create our Google Classroom accounts; homework is to work on the 1 – Basic Research Guidelines and Topic Proposal Assignment using these resources: Research Paper TopicsFive Hundred Word Page ExampleResearch Project Calendar

Tuesday, 5/12-Wednesday, 5/13: we reviewed our correct Unit 7 exams; we completed a quick quiz over the homework; we discussed the The Road to WWII Presentation; homework was to complete the WWII Map Activity using the Labeled WWI Map and the WWII Outline Map (map quiz class AFTER next) and to complete the  1 – Basic Research Guidelines and Topic Proposal Assignment that will be due by the end of our next class

Thursday, 5/14-Friday, 5/15: we went to the library and Ms. Jerome showed us the information available on the website she created to assist us with our research; we worked on peer editing someone else’s Topic Proposal and having someone peer edit ours; homework is to begin working on the rough draft (not due until May 27 or 28th, depending on the class), study the WWII map for a quiz, and complete the Hitler’s Lightening War Reading and Questions

Monday, 5/18-Tuesday, 5/19: we completed our WWII map quiz; we discussed the WWII Begins Presentation; homework was to continue working on the Research Paper

Wednesday, 5/20-Thursday, 5/21: we spent the period working on our Research Paper; homework is to complete the The Holocaust Reading and Questions

Friday, 5/22-Tuesday, 5/26: we took a quick quiz over our homework; we discussed the Holocaust Presentation; homework is to finish the rough draft of your research paper to use in a peer-editing exercise next class

Wednesday, 5/27-Thursday, 5/28: we peer-edited each other’s rough drafts in class using the Rough Draft Peer Editing Sheet; homework is to continue working on your research paper

Friday, 5/29-Monday, 6/1: we discussed some current events; we discussed the World War II- The Home Front Presentation; homework is to continue working on your research paper

Tuesday, 6/2-Wednesday 6/3: we worked on our research papers in class; homework is to continue working on your rough draft (final copy due on Monday, 6/8 for Orange Day class and on Tuesday, 6/9 for Black Day class)

Thursday, 6/4-Friday, 6/5: we worked on our research papers in class; homework is to complete the final copy of your research paper (final copy due next class: Monday, 6/8 for Orange Day class and on Tuesday, 6/9 for Black Day class)

Here is your 2015 Final Exam Study Guide and

Monday, 6/8-Tuesday, 6/9: we worked on the final copies of our research papers; homework is to complete the Japan’s Pacific Campaign reading and questions

Wednesday, 6/10-Thursday, 6/11: we discussed the WWII Ends Presentation Part 1 and WWII Ends Presentation Part 2; homework is to write definitions for at least 15 terms from the 2015 Final Exam Study Guide; use the 4th Quarter Portfolio Directions to organize your work; this is due by the end of the day on Tuesday (but I suggest you turn it in on Monday so you have your work with you to study for your exam).

We will by studying in class for the remaining days of school.