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1/8, p.4, World History Warm-up:  1/8, p.4, World History Warm-up What are 3 of your strengths? What is one weakness you have? 1/9, p.6 World History Warm-up:  1/9, p.6 World History Warm-up Choose 4 of the things from yesterday’s processor for you “Exploration & Empires” cover page. Then create your cover page on p.7. 1/12, p.8 World History Warm-up:  1/12, p.8 World History Warm-up Name as many explorers as you can…most named gets a prize! 1/13, p.10 World History Warm-up:  1/13, p.10 World History Warm-up What new inventions did explorers use to help them discover and colonize the new world? 1/14, p.12 World History Warm-up:  1/14, p.12 World History Warm-up Where did the Portuguese & Spanish aim to explore? Why? 1/15, p.14 World History Warm-up:  1/15, p.14 World History Warm-up Why would European powers want to “run” lands far away from their home shores? 1/16, p.16 World History Warm-up:  1/16, p.16 World History Warm-up What is a pictoword? (Hint: use the root words to help you define it.) 1/20, p.18 World History Warm-up:  1/20, p.18 World History Warm-up What is an acrostic? 1/21, p.20 World History Warm-up:  1/21, p.20 World History Warm-up If you were going to create a monument to celebrate the life of an explorer, what things would you need to consider in planning it? 2/22, World History Warm-up:  2/22, World History Warm-up No notebook today. Continue to work on your monument. 1/28, p.24 World History Warm-up:  1/28, p.24 World History Warm-up With whom do you agree--the Europeans or the Natives--with regard to your explorer? Why? 1/29, p.26 World History Warm-up:  1/29, p.26 World History Warm-up Who is your favorite explorer? Why? Who is your least favorite explorer? Why? 1/30, p.28 World History Warm-up:  1/30, p.28 World History Warm-up How did exploration affect the countries of Europe? 2/2, p.30 World History Warm-up:  2/2, p.30 World History Warm-up Draw an image of whatever comes to your mind when you hear the words “Chinese Dynasty.” 2/4, p.32 World History Warm-up:  2/4, p.32 World History Warm-up Where were the following items invented? 1. Abacus 2. Porcelain 3. Triangular sails 4. Magnetic compass 5. Gunpowder 2/5, p.34 World History Warm-up:  2/5, p.34 World History Warm-up Look at the map of Japan (handout), how might its geography & population density cause problems for the island-nation? 2/6, p.36 World History Warm-up:  2/6, p.36 World History Warm-up What features of your Japanese “character” did you choose to exaggerate? Why? 2/9, p.38 World History Warm-up:  2/9, p.38 World History Warm-up Was exploration a good thing or a bad thing? Why? 2/10, World History Directions:  2/10, World History Directions No warm-up. Prepare for your exam. 2/11, World History Directions:  2/11, World History Directions No warm-up. Finish your exam. Cover page for Revolutions: Scientific, Political, & Industrial on p.41 due tomorrow. 2/12, p.42 World History Warm-up:  2/12, p.42 World History Warm-up (remember p.41 is your cover page!!!) What is the scientific method? Why is it important? 2/13, p.44 World History Warm-up:  2/13, p.44 World History Warm-up How did the enlightenment grow out of the scientific revolution? 2/17, p.46 World History Warm-up:  2/17, p.46 World History Warm-up About which enlightenment-era person are you most interested in learning more? Hobbes, Locke, Montesquieu, Voltaire, etc. 2/18, p.48 World History Warm-Up:  2/18, p.48 World History Warm-Up Write down one question that you think may be on today’s Enlightenment quiz. 2/19, p.50 World History Warm-Up:  2/19, p.50 World History Warm-Up Meet with your team for the next 3-5 minutes to decide how you’re going to present your enlightenment character (everyone must participate). 2/20, p.52 World History Warm-Up:  2/20, p.52 World History Warm-Up Why do you think Great Britain held on to a limited monarchy (limited by Parliament) while other countries maintained absolute monarchies? 2/23, p.54 World History Warm-Up:  2/23, p.54 World History Warm-Up What was the French & Indian War (in America) called in Europe? 2/24, p.56 World History Warm-Up:  2/24, p.56 World History Warm-Up Why did the colonists want to throw the British out of North America? Give at least 2 reasons. Slide29:  Manor Manor Manor Clergy Manor King Queen Controller- General Lord Lord Lord Lord Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Step 1: Read the background information on your role card. Step 2: Discuss the background information. Step 3: Peasants produce food. Step 4: Peasants pay taxes. Step 5: Controller-general makes emergency announcement. Clergy Clergy Clergy Clergy Clergy Take a role card from me, get your notebook (p.58), & find your correct seat. Put all books/backpacks on the empty tables. Slide30:  First Estate Second Estate King Queen Controller- General Lord Step 1: The king assembles the Estates-General for advice. Step 2: The Three Estates prepare to meet. Step 3: Each Estate proposes a plan to save France. Step 4: The king proposes a plan to save France. Step 5: The Estates General votes on the king’s plan. Step 6: Severe famine occurs. Step 7: The Third Estate responds to the situation. Clergy Clergy Clergy Clergy Find your correct seat & get your notebook (p.60). Same roles as yesterday: 1st Estate = Clergy; 2nd Estate = Nobles; 3rd Estate = Peasants (stand near the computers in the “other” room). Put all books/backpacks on the empty tables. Clergy Lord Lord Lord Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Peasant Third Estate Slide31:  Step 1: King Louis XVI recognizes the National Assembly. Step 2: The Controller-General describes the financial crisis. Step 3: The National Assembly discusses & proposes solutions. Step 4: Robespierre announces a revolutionary plan. Step 5: The National Assembly tries the king. Step 6: Robespierre leads the radical republic. Step 7: The Reign of Terror ends. Pick up your notebooks--everyone goes back to their regular seats, except for the king, queen, & controller-general. Get your notebooks (p.62). 3/1, p.64 World History Warm-up:  3/1, p.64 World History Warm-up What is your overall impression of the French Revolution? Who gained? Who lost? Did it solve France’s economic & political problems? 3/2, p.66 World History Warm-up:  3/2, p.66 World History Warm-up What comes to your mind when you hear the name “Napoleon Bonaparte”? 3/4, p.68 World History Warm-up:  3/4, p.68 World History Warm-up Where did the industrial revolution begin? Why? 3/5, p.70 World History Warm-up:  3/5, p.70 World History Warm-up How might industrialization change people’s view of the world (economically, socially, politically)? 3/8, p.72 World History Warm-up:  3/8, p.72 World History Warm-up What elements are necessary to write an editorial? 3/9, p.74 World History Warm-up:  3/9, p.74 World History Warm-up Identify: (Hint: use Ch.23-1) laissez-faire Liberals Democratic Liberals Utopian Socialists Marxists 3/10, p.76 World History Warm-up:  3/10, p.76 World History Warm-up Take a sheet off of the overhead projector and then identify the following types of art/literature/music: 1. Neoclassical 2. Realist/Verismo 3. Romantic 3/11, World History Directions:  3/11, World History Directions No Warm-Up. Get your notebooks out and begin the Age of Revolutions exam. 3/12, World History Directions:  3/12, World History Directions No Warm-Up. Get your notebooks out and get ready to finish the Age of Revolutions exam. Cover Page for Nationalism & Imperialism (on p.79) due Monday. 3/15, p.80 World History Warm-up:  3/15, p.80 World History Warm-up What do you think life in the U.S. would be like if each state was a separate country? 3/16, p.82 World History Warm-up:  3/16, p.82 World History Warm-up What would lead a country to move toward democracy (& away from monarchy/absolutism/etc.)? 3/17, World History Directions:  3/17, World History Directions No new notebook. Honors students: turn in your 5 book summaries to my desk. Everyone: get out your “Growth of Democracy in Great Britain & France” sheets in preparation for the review game. 3/18, p.84 World History Warm-up:  3/18, p.84 World History Warm-up Canada & Australia are dominions of England. What is a dominion? 3/22, p.86 World History Warm-up:  3/22, p.86 World History Warm-up What was going on (economically & socially)in the U.S. during the 1800s? 3/23, p.88 World History Warm-up:  3/23, p.88 World History Warm-up What countries make up Latin America? 3/24, p.90 World History Warm-up:  3/24, p.90 World History Warm-up What advantages would we have if Missouri, Illinois, & Wisconsin joined to form one large state? (Think economics, resources, transportation, etc.) 3/25, p.92 World History Warm-up:  3/25, p.92 World History Warm-up Who deserves the most credit for unifying Italy and why? 3/26, p.94 World History Warm-up:  3/26, p.94 World History Warm-up In 1815, there were many German states. What were the two major German states that directed decision-making in the region? 3/29, World History Directions:  3/29, World History Directions What is one question that you think will be on today’s quiz. 3/30, p.98 World History Warm-up:  3/30, p.98 World History Warm-up From what you know of Austria-Hungary before WWI (from U.S. History), why would the country have a hard time developing a strong sense of nationalism? 3/31, p.100 World History Warm-up:  3/31, p.100 World History Warm-up What are some effects of Nationalism? (Be specific to Europe in the 1800s.) 4/13, 4/14, 4/15, Directions:  4/13, 4/14, 4/15, Directions NO NOTEBOOK WORK. All: Work on the assignment given. Due at the end of the hour. Honors Students: Conference with Ms. Tsai regarding your outline & exhibits. 4/16, p.102 World History Warm-up:  4/16, p.102 World History Warm-up Get in 7 groups of 4 as quickly and QUIETLY as possible. Everyone in the group should huddle around one desk. 4/19, p.104 World History Warm-up:  4/19, p.104 World History Warm-up Why do you think European colonial powers were interested in taking control of lands in Africa and Asia? 4/20, p.106 World History Warm-up:  4/20, p.106 World History Warm-up What do you think of when you hear the word “Africa”? 4/21, p.110 World History Warm-up:  4/21, p.110 World History Warm-up What do you think is meant by the term “sphere of influence”? 4/22, p.112 World History Warm-up:  4/22, p.112 World History Warm-up Which European colonial powers were interested in Asia? Why? 4/23, p.114 World History Warm-up:  4/23, p.114 World History Warm-up Create a group of no more than 4 people with whom you work WELL (remember, this project is a test grade, so be careful who you choose for your teammates.) Use p.113 for planning your project. 4/26-4/29, World History Directions:  4/26-4/29, World History Directions Get to work immediately on your project. It is due at the end of the hour (no extensions!) Cover page for World in Conflict (WWI, WWII, Cold War) on p.115 due Friday. 4/30, p.116 World History Warm-Up:  4/30, p.116 World History Warm-Up What were some things that were going on in the late 1800s & early 1900s that led to tension between the major European powers? 5/3, p.118 World History Warm-up:  5/3, p.118 World History Warm-up Who fought whom in WWI? 5/4, p.120 World History Warm-up:  5/4, p.120 World History Warm-up What is one question that may be on your WWI Quiz today? 5/6, p.122 World History Warm-up:  5/6, p.122 World History Warm-up Why did the Russians have a revolution? 5/7, p.124 World History Warm-up:  5/7, p.124 World History Warm-up What is one question that you think may be on today’s “Russian Revolution Quiz”? 5/10, p.126 World History Warm-up:  5/10, p.126 World History Warm-up Why do people want to rule themselves? (As opposed to foreign powers ruling them.) 5/11, p.128 World History Warm-up:  5/11, p.128 World History Warm-up Why was WWII fought? 5/12, p.130 World History Warm-up:  5/12, p.130 World History Warm-up Identify (Who are they & why are they important?): 1. Franklin Roosevelt 2. Winston Churchill 3. Josef Stalin 4. Adolf Hitler 5. Benito Mussolini. 5/13, p.132 World History Warm-up:  5/13, p.132 World History Warm-up The Allies included which countries? The Axis included which countries? 5/14, p.134 World History Warm-up:  5/14, p.134 World History Warm-up Name as many “famous battles” from WWII as you can. 5/18, p.136 World History Warm-up:  5/18, p.136 World History Warm-up What is a scapegoat? 5/19, p.138 World History Warm-up:  5/19, p.138 World History Warm-up What is a cold war? 5/20-5/27, World History Directions:  5/20-5/27, World History Directions Get to work on your museum project. It is due at the end of the hour on Thursday…no extensions!

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