• 8/15/16

    šEQ:  Why is geography important in studying World History?

    šI will:  Establish where various locations are on a map.

    šBell Ringer:  How does geography impact people?

     

    8/16/16

    šEQ:  What are the different types of government?

    šI will:  Define the different types of government.

    šBell Ringer:  What continent do we live on?

     

    8/17/16

    šEQ:  How did the 1st civilizations evolve?

    šI will:  Evaluate how people learned various skills over thousands of years.

    šBell Ringer:  What do you need to have a civilization?

     

    8/18/16

    šEQ:  What is it like to attempt to build a civilization?

    šI will:  Create a civilization based on the 8 pillars.

    šBell Ringer:  What do you think is the most important part of a civilization?

     

    8/22/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What do you find the hardest about trying to build a civilization?

     

    8/23/16

    šEQ:  What led to the rise and fall of ancient civilizations?

    šI will:  Analyze the decline of ancient civilizations.

    šBell Ringer:  What is the most interesting part of history for you?

     

    8/24/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What two religions came from ancient India?

     

    8/25/16

    šEQ:  What led to the rise and fall of the Byzantine empire?

    šI will:  Analyze the causes of the rise and decline of the Byzantine empire.

    šBell Ringer:  What happened to the Roman empire according to pg. 19 under “The Long Decline”?

     

    8/29/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What is one significant contribution made by the Byzantines?

     

    8/30/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Why did the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Church split?

     

    8/31/16

    šEQ:  What is the primary reason to study the Byzantines?

    šI will:  Analyze a document on the Byzantines.

    šBell Ringer:  What was the name of Justinian’s wife?

     

    9/1/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What group of people are going to take down the Byzantine Empire?

     

    9/7/16

    šEQ:  How was Europe divided during the Early Middle Ages?

    šI will:  Describe the achievements of significant rulers during the Early Middle Ages.

    šBell Ringer:  Where in Europe do you think it would be interesting to visit?  Why?

     

    9/8/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Describe what Western Europe was like after the collapse of the Roman empire.  Pg. 28

     

    9/12/16

    šEQ:  How did feudalism and the manor economy shape medieval life?

    šI will:  Describe social hierarchy of the middle ages.

    šBell Ringer:  Name one way that Charlemagne unified his empire.

     

    9/13/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Using pg. 33 in the book, describe what feudalism means.

     

    9/14/16

    šEQ: How did the church, agriculture, and trade play a role in medieval life?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of Christianity and economic growth in the Middle Ages.

    šBell Ringer:  Answer question 3(b) on pg. 40 about the map on the Spread of Christianity in Europe.

     

    9/15/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  How important is Christianity to the people of the Middle Ages?

     

    9/19/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Read the paragraph at the top of pg. 47 and answer the following question:  How does crop rotation or the three-field system work?

     

    9/20/16

    šEQ:  How did monarchs in England and France expand royal authority?

    šI will:  Analyze the development of English constitutional history.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the quote at the top of pg. 58.  Why is the king throwing his nobles and bishops into jail?  Is there a cause for them to be put in prison?

     

    9/21/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Should a king be subject to the same laws as the rest of his country?

     

    9/22/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Primary Source on pg. 60.  Why did King John agree to the Magna Carta?

     

    9/26/16

    šEQ:  How does religious intolerance affect people?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of religious conflicts during the Middle Ages.

    šBell Ringer:  Why do you think that some people are intolerant of others religions?

     

    9/27/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to pg. 70, What is the Holy Land?

     

    9/28/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to the Infographic on Jerusalem on pg. 73,  what three places are sacred to Jews, Christians, and Muslims?

     

    9/29/16

    šEQ:  What achievements in literature and the arts are characterized by the Middle Ages?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of achievements made by people during the Middle Ages.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Biography  on pg. 77.  What were the accomplishments of Christine de Pisan?

     

    10/3/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to pg. 78, what did Thomas Aquinas bring together when he wrote about scholasticism?

     

    10/4/16

    šEQ:  What messages or teachings did Muhammad spread through Islam?

    šI will:  Analyze the beginnings and teachings of Islam.

    šBell Ringer:  Write down three words that come to mind when you hear the word “Islam”.

     

    10/5/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Read the bottom of pg. 122.  How did Islam impact women?

     

    10/6/16

    šEQ:  same

    š I will:  same

    š Bell Ringer: What pillar of Islam requires Muslims to make a journey to Mecca once in their life?

     

    10/11/16

    šEQ:  Why did Islam spread so quickly?

    šI will:  Analyze documents and write an essay on Islam.

    šBell Ringer:  What is an argumentative essay?

     

    10/12/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  According to the Hook Exercise, what is cultural diffusion?

     

    10/13/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer: What is the most important part  of the introduction to your essay?

     

    10/19/16

    šPower Day for Testing

     

    10/20/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Name two reasons of why Islam spread so quickly.

     

    10/24/16

    šEQ:  same

    š I will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Write your Essay!!!

     

    10/25/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Finish your Essay!!!!

     

    10/26/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Finish Essay TODAY!!!!

     

    10/27/16

    šEQ:  What were the ideals of the Renaissance, and how did Italian artists and writers contribute to these ideals?

    šI Will: Be able to identify the causes for the rise of the Italian city-states and the major contributions of individuals during the Renaissance.

    šBell Ringer:  What type of art is most appealing to you if any?

     

    10/31/16

    šEQ:  What were the ideals of the Renaissance, and how did Italian artists and writers contribute to these ideals?

    šI Will: Be able to identify the causes for the rise of the Italian city-states and the major contributions of individuals during the Renaissance.

    šBell Ringer:  What type of art is most appealing to you if any?

     

    11/1/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What does the word Renaissance mean?  (Chapter 13 Section 1)

     

    11/2/16

    šAll classes on a Power Day schedule

     

    11/3/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What artist painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper?

     

    11/7/16

    šEQ:  How did revolts against the Catholic Church affect European society?

    šI will:  Analyze the criticisms of the Catholic church by individuals.

    šBell Ringer:  What was important about the printing press?

     

    11/8/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Biography at the bottom of pg. 239.  Why did Luther refuse to retract(take back) his statements?

     

    11/9/16

    šEQ:  How did the Reformation bring about two different religious paths in England?

    šI will:  Analyze the effects of the Reformation in England.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “Witness History” on pg. 242.  What was King Henry VIII saying about Protestants?

     

    11/10/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI Will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Read “Strengthening the Church of England” on pg. 243.  What did King Henry VIII do to areas owned by Catholics?

     

    11/14/16

     

    šEQ:  How did discoveries in science lead to a new way of thinking for Europeans?

    šI will:  Describe the theories of the Scientific Revolution.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “Witness History” at the top of pg. 248.  What did Galileo see when he first used a telescope?

     

    11/15/16

    šEQ:  How did the search for spices lead to global exploration?

    šI will:  Summarize the causes that led to the Age of Exploration.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Witness History at the top of pg. 260.  What is the primary reason that Europeans were looking towards Asia?

     

    11/16/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  What scientist developed the heliocentric(sun-centered) model of the universe?

     

    11/17/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 261.  Describe the route that Magellan took.

     

    11/21/16

    šEQ:  How did Spanish conquistadors conquer huge Native American empires?

    šI will:  Evaluate the impact of Spain on the Americas.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the primary source on pg. 287.  What does the writer say was the main effect of Europeans on the Maya?

     

    11/22/16

    šEQ:  How did the Atlantic slave trade shape the lives and economies of Africans and Europeans?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

    šBell Ringer:  What factors helped bring down large Native American empires?

     

    11/28/16

    šEQ:  How did the Atlantic slave trade shape the lives and economies of Africans and Europeans?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “Witness History” on pg. 301.  What happened to Olaudah Equiano when he was a young boy?

     

    11/29/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer: Look at the Triangular Trade Routes map on pg. 303.  What were slaves exchanged for in the West Indies?

     

    11/30/16

    šEQ:  How did exploration lead to new economic systems in Europe and the colonies? .

    šI will:  Evaluate the impact of the Columbian Exchange.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the pictures at the top of pg. 306.  How does the artist show the importance of the horse to Native American life and culture?

     

    12/1/16

    šEQ:  How did absolute monarchy change the countries of Spain, France, and England?

    šI will:  Compare the development of absolute monarchies in Spain, France and England.

    šBell Ringer:  Do you think it is right for a leader to have all of the power in a country?

     

    12/5/16

    šEQ:  What were the main ideas of Enlightenment philosophers?

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of the Enlightenment on government, law, and society.

    šBell Ringer:  Do you believe that a government should have complete control over its people?

     

    12/6/16

    šEQ:  What were the main ideas of Enlightenment philosophers?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the impact of the Enlightenment on government, law, and society.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  According to the Background Essay, What four areas are going to be influenced by Enlightenment thinkers?

     

    12/7/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  List one way of how you can cite evidence in your body paragraphs.

     

    12/8/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer: Log on to your desktop and into Google Classroom with the code:  5onaq.

     

    12/12/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer: Log on to your desktop and into Google Classroom with the code:  5onaq

     

    12/13/16

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer: Log on to your desktop and into Google Classroom with the code:  5onaq  FINISH YOUR ESSAY TODAY!!!!

     

    12/16/16

    šEQ:  What content have I mastered in the first Semester?

    šI will:  Complete the semester exam.

    šBell Ringer:  Grab a bubble sheet and add your:  Name, Subject:  World History, Date, Period

     

    1/4/17

    šEQ:  What do I need to do to be successful for the rest of the year?

    šI will:  Share school wide expectations and procedures.

    šBell Ringer:  Write down 5 things that you have learned so far in class.

     

    1/5/17

    šEQ:  What events led to the start of the French Revolution?

    šI will:  Analyze the causes of the French Revolution.

    šBell Ringer:  Do you think it is okay for people to take part in political revolutions?

     

    1/9/17

    šEQ:  What reforms did the National Assembly institute?

    šI will:  Analyze the reforms and outcomes of the National Assembly.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “French Reaction to the American Revolution” on pg. 393.  How did the American Revolution influence the French Revolution?

     

    1/10/17

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  How do you think other European countries are going to react to the French Revolution?

     

    1/11/17

    šEQ:  same

    šI will:  same

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “Witness History” on pg. 392.  How did the peasants feel about the queen?

     

    1/12-1/13/17

    šEQ:  What events occurred during the radical phase of the French Revolution?

    šI will:  Analyze the cause and effects of the Reign of Terror.

    šBell Ringer:  What is happening in the picture?

     

    1/17/17

    šEQ:  How did Napoleon Bonaparte rise to power?

    šI will:  Evaluate the cause and effects of Napoleon’s reign in France.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Witness History on pg. 406.  Why would it be easy for Napoleon to become a ruler?

     

    1/18/17

    šEQ:  How did Napoleon Bonaparte rise to power?

    šI will:  Evaluate the cause and effects of Napoleon’s reign in France.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Witness History on pg. 406.  Why would it be easy for Napoleon to become a ruler?

     

    1/19-1/20/17

    šEQ:  What events helped bring about the Industrial Revolution?

    šI will:  Analyze the innovations that led to industrialization in Great Britain.

    šBell Ringer:  What are the women doing in each of the pictures?

     

    1/23/17

    šEQ:  What events helped bring about the Industrial Revolution?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the innovations that led to industrialization in Great Britain.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What do you think new technology will allow people to do?

     

    1/24/17

    šEQ:  What events helped bring about the Industrial Revolution?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the innovations that led to industrialization in Great Britain.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Which do you think makes a better product, a person by hand or a machine?  Which is faster?

     

    1/25/17-Early Release

    šEQ:  What events helped bring about the Industrial Revolution?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the innovations that led to industrialization in Great Britain.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Turn in any missing work.

     

    1/26/17

    šEQ:  What key factors helped Britain lead the way in the Industrial Revolution?

    šI will:  Analyze industry advances that began in Britain.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 427.  Name three areas on the map that had a lot of iron extraction and smelting.

     

    1/30/17

    šEQ:  What were the social effects of the Industrial Revolution?

    šI will:  Analyze the social and economic effects of the Industrial Revolution.

    šBell Ringer:  Using pgs. 426-429, name two reasons why Britain was perfect for the Industrial Revolution to begin in.

     

    1/31/17

    šEQ:  What were the social effects of the Industrial Revolution?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the social and economic effects of the Industrial Revolution.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Read the primary source on pg. 433.  How was work in factories and mines different from work on the farm?

     

    2/1/17

    šEQ:  What new ideas about economics were created as a result of the Industrial Revolution?

    šI will:  Compare different economic philosophies.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the “Witness History” on pg. 436.  What is it saying has happened to workers?

     

    2/2/17

    šEQ:  What new ideas about economics were created as a result of the Industrial Revolution?(same)

    šI will:  Compare different economic philosophies.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Do you think a utopia (perfect community) is possible?

     

    2/6/17

    šEQ:  What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa?

    šI will:  Analyze documents about European imperialism.

    šBell Ringer:  Do you think it is right for one country to take over another?

     

    2/8/17

    šEQ:  What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents about European imperialism.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What does imperialism mean?

     

    2/9/17

    šEQ:  What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents about European imperialism.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What is the most important sentence in the introduction of your essay?  

     

    2/10/17

    šEQ:  What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents about European imperialism.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What must you include in your body paragraphs that back up your reasons?

     

    2/13/17

    šEQ:  What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents about European imperialism.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What is the most important thing that Europeans took from Africa?

     

    2/14/17

    šEQ:  What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents about European imperialism.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Why do the British think they are superior to the Africans?

     

    2/15/17

    šEQ:  What was the driving force behind European Imperialism in Africa?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze documents about European imperialism.(same)

    Bell Ringer:  How should you begin your conclusion for your essay?

     

    2/16/17

    šEQ:  How did Otto von Bismarck unite to create a German empire?

    šI will:  Analyze the unification of Germany.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Witness History on pg. 505.  How did Germany change towards the end of the 19th century?

     

    2/21/17

    šEQ: Why and how did WWI begin in 1914?

    šI will:  Analyze the causes of WWI including the formation of alliances, imperialism, nationalism, and militarism.

    šBell Ringer:  Which of the following statements do you most agree with:

    (A) War should be avoided at all costs.

    (B) War should be fought only to save innocent lives.

    (C) War is a noble pursuit.

    (D) War should be used to gain territory and increase power.

     

    2/22/17

    šEQ: Why and how did WWI begin in 1914? (same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes of WWI including the formation of alliances, imperialism, nationalism, and militarism. (same)

    šBell Ringer:  What are the 4 MAIN causes of WWI?

     

    2/23/17

    šEQ:  How and where was WWI fought?

    šI will:  Evaluate the changing nature of warfare during WWI.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 637.  How did the front line change in Russia?

     

    2/27/17

    šEQ:  How and where was WWI fought?

    šI will:  Evaluate the changing nature of warfare during WWI.

    šBell Ringer:  Use pg. 638-639 to describe what trench warfare is.

     

    2/28/17

    šEQ:  How did the Allies win WWI?

    šI will:  Summarize the significant effects of WWI.

    šBell Ringer:  What is this poster asking you to do?

     

    3/1/17

    šEQ:  How did the Allies win WWI?(same)

    šI will:  Summarize the significant effects of WWI.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Write two words to describe this picture.

     

    3/2/17

    šEQ:  How did the Allies win WWI?(same)

    šI will:  Summarize the significant effects of WWI.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Biography on pg. 645.  Why do you think the British government spread the story of Edith Cavell?

     

    3/3/17

    šEQ:  How did the Allies win WWI?(same)

    šI will:  Summarize the significant effects of WWI.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Biography on pg. 645.  Why do you think the British government spread the story of Edith Cavell?

     

    3/6/17

    šEQ:  How did the Allies win WWI?(same)

    šI will:  Summarize the significant effects of WWI.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Read the Biography on pg. 645.  Why do you think the British government spread the story of Edith Cavell?

     

    3/7/17

    šEQ:  What factors influence the peace treaties that ended WWI?

    šI will:  Analyze the effects of WWI.

    Bell Ringer:  Look at the chart on pg. 649.  How much money did Russia spend on the war?

     

    3/8/17

    šEQ:  What factors influence the peace treaties that ended WWI?

    šI will:  Analyze the effects of WWI.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the maps on pg. 651.  Name two countries that popped up on the map between 1914 and 1920.

     

    3/9/17

    šEQ:  What is life like under a totalitarian government?

    šI will:  Analyze the different aspects of totalitarianism.

    šBell Ringer:  What is this cartoon talking about?

     

    3/20/17

    šEQ:  What is life like under a totalitarian government?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the different aspects of totalitarianism.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What is a dictatorship?

     

    3/21/17

    šEQ:  What is life like under a totalitarian government?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the different aspects of totalitarianism.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  What is one word you can use to describe a dictator?

     

    3/23/17

    šEQ:  What contributed to the outbreak of WWII?

    šI will:  Analyze the causes related to WW2.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 742.  Which two territories are going to be occupied by Germany in 1938-1939?

     

    3/27/17

    šEQ:  Which regions were attacked by the Axis powers?

    šI will:  Evaluate life under the Axis powers control.

    šBell Ringer:  Read “Witness History” on pg. 744.  What was life like for Janina Sulkowska?

     

    3/28/17

    šEQ:  Which regions were attacked by the Axis powers?(same)

    šI will:  Evaluate life under the Axis powers control.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 749.  In which country were there a majority of the death camps?

     

    3/29/17

    šEQ:  Which regions were attacked by the Axis powers?(same)

    šI will:  Evaluate life under the Axis powers control.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 749.  In which country were there a majority of the death camps?

     

    3/30/17

    šEQ:  Which regions were attacked by the Axis powers?(same)

    šI will:  Evaluate life under the Axis powers control.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 749.  In which country were there a majority of the death camps?

     

    4/3/17

    šEQ:  Which regions were attacked by the Axis powers?(same)

    šI will:  Evaluate life under the Axis powers control.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the map on pg. 749.  In which country were there a majority of the death camps?

     

    4/4/17

    šEQ:  How did the Allies begin to push back the Axis powers?

    šI will:  Identify the strategy of the Allies.

    šBell Ringer:  Read the quote on pg. 753.  What did the Allies have to do to win the war?

     

    4/5/17

    šEQ:  What were the military and political consequences of the Cold War?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the arms race between the U.S. and U.S.S.R.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the picture on pg. 781.  Why might the Soviet Union have wanted to show off its nuclear might?

     

    4/6/17

    šEQ:  How did the atomic bomb affect those living in Japan?

    šI will:  Evaluate the effects of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

    šBell Ringer:  What is being portrayed in this cartoon?

     

    4/10/17

    šEQ:  What were the consequences of the Cold War?

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the Cold War.

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the picture on pg. 781.  Why might the Soviet Union have wanted to show off their nuclear missiles?

     

    4/11/17

    šEQ:  What were the consequences of the Cold War?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the Cold War.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Write the definition of communism from the glossary.

     

    4/12/17

    šEQ:  What were the consequences of the Cold War?(same)

    šI will:  Analyze the causes and effects of the Cold War.(same)

    šBell Ringer:  Look at the infographic on pg. 785.  What did the U.S. ships do to Cuba?

     

    4/13/17

    šEQ:  How did the U.S. and Soviet Union fight proxy wars in Korea and Vietnam?

    šI will:  Analyze the spread of communism in Asia.

    šBell Ringer:  What conflicting ideologies are splitting countries during the Cold War?