Global History 9R Calendar

Chapter Two

First Civilizations of Africa and Asia (3200 B.C. – 500 B.C)



Important Dates:

  • Quiz – 10/2 (Egypt)
  • Key People – 10/20
  • Exam – 10/20
  • Project – 10/19


Key People (Identify who they were, where they were from, and what are their accomplishments/why were they important?)


1. Ramses

2. Hathshepsut

3. Hammurabi

4. Abraham

5. Moses

6. David (Hebrew)

7. Solomon



                                                               


Global 9

                                 

Calendar:                                                                                                *** Calendars are updated regularly.  Check Google Classroom.





Day 1 (Sep 28th)

  • Go over Exam
  • Map Exercise
  • HW:  Read Section One – Complete Sec 1 assessment pp. 27 #3-6


Day 2 (Sep 29th)                                                                    

  • Intro to Egypt – Geography
  • Reading on Nile River
  • HW: Read text pp. 28-33


Day 3 (Sept 30th)

  • Time line activity
  • Government structure
  • 3 Kingdoms


Day 4 (Oct 1st)

  • Egyptian Society
  • Social Structure
  • Women in Egypt
  • Achievements
  • Quiz tomorrow Sec 1&2


Day 5 (Oct 2nd)

  • Quiz


Day 6 (Oct 5th)

  • Egyptian Pharaohs
  • Talking Heads activity


Day 7 (Oct 6th)

  • Video – Secrets of the Pharaohs
  • Mummification
  • A Matter of Life and Death (Comparison)
  • HW: Herodotus on mummification


Day 8 (Oct 7th)

  • Intro to Mesopotamia
  • Map exercise
  • Reading “”A Rich Land”
  • H.W.  Read pp. 34-37


Day 9 (Oct 8th)

  • Life in Sumer
  • Achievements


Day 10 (Oct 9th)

  • Mesopotamian Cultures
  • Graphic organizer
  • HW:  Project : Mesopotamian Story Telling –Due 10/19


Day 11 (Oct 13th)

       •       Hammurabi’s Code

       •       Group activity


Day 12 (Oct 15th)

  • Hebrews - History
  • HW: Read pp.45-47 complete Sec 5 assessment pp.  47 # 2-5


Day 13 (Oct 16th)

  • Hebrew – Beliefs
  • Sec 5 assessment pp.  47 # 2-5


Day 14 (Oct 19th)

  • Video: Mysteries of Egypt
  • Exam tomorrow


Day 15 (Oct 20th)

  • Chapter 2 Exam







Chapter One

Toward Civilization (Prehistory – 3000 B.C)


Important Dates:    Exam Chapter One Tuesday 9/25

                               



Key Questions:


1.  How are geography and history linked?

2.  How do anthropologists and archaeologists find out about the past?

3.  How do historians try to reconstruct the past?

4.  What was life like for Paleolithic or Old Stone age people?

5.  Why was the Neolithic agricultural revolution a turning point in history?

6.  What can we learn about the religious beliefs of early people?

7.  How and where did the first cities emerge?

8.  What are the basic features of civilization?

9.  How do cultures spread and change?


Calendar:



Day 1 (Sep 8th)

  • Welcome back
  • Book distribution


Day 2 (Sep 9th)

  • Syllabus
  • Geography worksheet – continents, bodies of water, latitude and longitude


Day 3 (Sept 10th)

  • Primary and Secondary Sources
  • Culture


Day 4 (Sept. 11th)

  • 9/11 Remembrance


Day 5 (Sep 16th)

  • Geography and History
  • Themes of Geography
  • Prehistory
  • Anthropology/Archaeology/Historian
  • H.W:  Reading – The Source – answer all questions
  • Read pp. 11-14

Day 6 (Sep 17th)

  • Paleolithic/Neolithic Age
  • Reading - Cave paintings – answer all questions
  • H.W Sec 2 assessment # 1-6


Day 7 (Sep 18th)

  • Video
  • Readings


Day 8 (Sep 21th)

  • Animism/Neolithic readings
  • Features of Civilization


Day 8 (Sep 22th)

  • Features of Civilization
  • Review for Exam
  • Be able to answer the 9 Key Questions


Day 9 (Sept 24)

  • Finish features of civilization
  • Review for test


Day 10 (Sep 25th)

  • Chapter One Test – Multiple Choice, map, short answer
  • BRING PEN, PENCIL, and PAPER



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Chapter 14: The Renaissance and Reformation


Key Terms: 

Humanism                             Raphael                               Protestant Reformation                         Elizabeth

Patrons                                 Shakespeare                        Indulgence                                            Inquisition

Perspective                           Johann Gutenberg               Recant                                                   Annul

Michelangelo                        Vernacular                            Theocracy                                             Scapegoat

Leonardo da Vinci                Martin Luther                        Henry VIII


Key Questions:

1.  Why were the Italian cities a favorable setting for the Renaissance?

2.  What themes and techniques did Renaissance artists and writers use?

3.  What was the Renaissance?

4.  How did the styles of the Northern Renaissance differ from the Italian renaissance?

5.  How did the printing press impact Europe?

6.  How did abuses in the Church spark widespread criticism?

7.  How did Martin Luther challenge the Church?

8.  Why did England forma a new Church?

9.  How did the Catholic Church reform itself?

10. What was the new Scientific method?


Calendar:

Day 1 (April 21st)

  • Intro the Renaissance
  • Italian beginnings
  • Patrons
  • Humanism
  • HW: Read text pp. 336-341


Day 2 (April 22nd)

  • Artists and writers of the Renaissance
  • HW: First Family of Florence


Day 3 (April 23rd)

  • Renaissance moves North
  • Printing Press


Day 4 (April 24th)

  • Video:  Michelangelo
  • Quiz:   Tuesday


Day 5 (April 28th)

  • Quiz -  Sec 1&2
  • HW: Reading “Martin Luther”


Day 6 (April 29th)

  • Martin Luther - Sale of Indulgences/95 Theses


Day 7 (April 30th)

  • Lutheranism and Calvinism
  • HW: Section 3 Assessment pp. 350 # 3-7


Day 8 (May 1st)

  • Reformation Ideas Spread
  • Henry VIII and the English Reformation


Day 9 (May 4th)

  • Catholic Counter Reformation
  • HW: Section 4 assessment pp.355 # 3-7


Day 11 (May 5th)

  • Scientific Reformation


Day 12 (May 6th)

  • Exam Review


Day 13 (May7th

  • Exam Part 1:  Essay


Day 14 (May 8th)

  • Exam Part 2:  Multiple Choice





Chapter 8:  The Rise of Europe 500-1300 A.D.


Key Objectives:

1.  What was western Europe like after the fall of Rome?

2.  How did Charlemagne briefly reunite much of Europe?

3.  How did feudalism shape medieval society?

4.  What was feudal life like for nobles and peasants?

5.  What was the basis of the manor economy?

6.  How did the Church and its monks and nuns shape medieval life?

7.  What means did the Church use to expand it power?

8.  Why did the church reform itself?  What were these reforms?

9.  Identify the new technologies that sparked an agricultural revolution.

10. How did the revival of trade revolutionize commerce?


CalendarTUESDAY  MARCH 31st



Day 1 (Mar 16th)

  • Intro of medieval Europe
  • The Franks
  • Charlemagne


Day 2 (Mar 17th)

  • Charlemagne
  • HW: Reading - Charlemagne


Day 3 (Mar 18th)

  • The Vikings
  • HW: Read Section two pp. 186-190


Day 4 (Mar 19th)

  • Feudalism and the Manor Economy
  • Life of a Knight – Finish for HW


Day 5 (Mar 20st)

  • Manorialism
  • Compare/contrast life of noble and serf
  • Quiz on Monday – Sections 1&2


Day 6 (Mar 23rd

  • Quiz
  • The Medieval church


Day 7 (Mar 24th)

  • The Medieval Church


Day 8 (Mar 25th)

  • Agricultural revolution
  • Rebirth of towns and trade


Day 9 (Mar 26th)

  • Exam
  • OPEN BOOK



Chapter 11 The Rise of Islam


Key Terms:  DUE TUESDAY March 11th, 2015

Mecca                    Mosque                 Sultan                     Abu bakr                                               

Kaaba                     Hajj                         Muezzin                 Arabesque

Quran                     Jihad                       Sufi                         Social mobility

Sharia                     Caliph                     Shites (beliefs)      Sikhism                  

Hijra                        Minaret                  Sunni (beliefs)      Taj Mahal


Objectives:  Class will be able to:

1.  Identify Muhammad and describe how he became the prophet of Islam.

2.  Describe the basic teachings of Islam and how they shaped the way of life of its believers.

3.  Analyze the expansion of Islam after the death of Muhammad and its movement under the next four caliphs.

4.  Describe the movements that emerged with in Islam.

5.  Identify key advances developed in the Muslim world and analyze their spread through the world.

6.  Identify and analyze the impact Islamic invaders had on India



Calendar:


Day 1 (Feb 24th)

  • The rise of Islam
  • Pre-Islamic Arabia
  • Life of Muhammad
  • HW: Answer the questions from the Muhammad reading


Day 2 (Feb 25th)

  • Five Pillars of Islam
  • Jihad
  • Teachings of Islam
  • HW: Answer questions on Five Pillar reading


Day 3 (Feb 26thth)

  • The Quran
  • Islamic Law
  • Quiz tomorrow


Day 4 (Feb 27th)

  • Quiz
  • Reading:  Women in Islam answer all questions


Day 5 (Mar 2nd)

  • Video – Life in Islam
  • HW: Read Section 2 pp. 256-260


Day 6 (Mar 3rd)

  • Spread of Islam
  • Reasons for success
  • Divisions within Islam
  • HW:  Sec 2 assessment pp. 260 # 3-7


Day 7 (Mar 4th)

  • Muslims in India
  • Delhi Sultanate/Mughal
  • Muslims and Hindus
  • HW:  Sec 4 assessment pp. 271 # 3-6


Day 8 (Mar 5th)

  • Golden Age of Islam
  • HW: Complete guided reading

Anchor 

Day 9 (Mar 6th)

  • Quiz Section 2&4


Day 10 (Mar 9th)

  • Golden Age of Islam
  • DBQ Essay – Islamic Achievements Due March 10th


Day 11 (Mar 10th)

  • Review
  • DBQ Due


Day 13 (March 11th)

  • Exam



EXAM REVIEW SHEET:  CHAPTER 10



Describe the location and geography of the Byzantine Empire?  Why was location an important feature?


Constantinople – who founded it, describe its history, why was it successful, what was life like there?


Who was Justinian and what were his accomplishments?  How will he be remembered?


Describe the church of Hagia Sophia?


What were the Byzantine Empires chief accomplishments?


Describe the differences between the Western and Eastern Church.


Byzantine art – describe –


Justinain’s Code –


Hagia Sophia -


Icons-


Patriarch –


Schism –


Early Russia – Identify key influences on its development


Identify the following:  Russian Orthodox Church, Cyrillic Alphabet, Kiev, Moscow, Boyers, Czar


Ivan the Great and Ivan the Terrible rule RussiaHow did they establish and hold onto their power?


Authoritatian/Autocratic rule-


How did the Mongols influence Russian development?


How did the Byzantine Empire influence Russia?






Chapter 10 The Byzantine Empire and Russia


Key Terms: Due Tuesday 2/11


Byzantine Empire                 Autocrat                                 Genghiz Khan       

Justinian                                Patriarch                                Golden Horde

Hagia Sophia                         Icon                                         steppe

Justinian’s Code                    boyar                                      Czar

Theodora                               Cyril & Methodius               


Objectives:  Class will be able to:

·         Describe how was the Byzantine empire an outgrowth of the Roman empire?

·         What elements of the Greco-Roman culture were preserved in the Byzantine Empire

·         The steps Justinian took to restore the glory of Rome

·         Identify and key elements of Byzantine Christianity and compare it to Roman Christianity

·         Analyze how geography helped shape early Russia

·         Describe the Byzantine and Mongol effects on Russia

·         Analyze why Moscow emerged as the chief power in Russia


Calendar:


Day 1 (Feb 11th)

·         The Byzantine Empire – Guided reading

·         Geographic effects

·         Connections to Western Rome

·         Justinian – 3 goals

·         HW:  What is the Primary Reason to Study the Byzantines?  Answer all questions 


Day 2 (Feb 12th)

·         Byzantine accomplishments

·         Hagia Sophia

·         Video – Engineering and Empire

·         HW: Text – Skills Assessment pp. 238  #2-3 




Day 3 (Feb 13th)

  • Byzantine Empire through documents


Day 3 (Feb 19th)

·         The Rise of Russia

·         Guided reading – finish for H.W.


Day 6 (Feb 20th)

·         Video – Ivan the Great/Ivan the Terrible

·         Study for Exam

·         Key Terms due on 2/23


Day 8 (Feb 23rd)

·         Exam


Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity


Key Terms:            DUE Thursday, January 29th


Republic                                Twelve Tables       Hannibal                Engineering

Patrician                                Province                                Julius Caesar         Diocletian

Consul                    Legion                    Augustus                Constantine

Dictator                  Imperialism           Pax Romana          Inflation

Plebian                   Punic Wars            Aqueduct              Mercenary



Calendar:




Day 1 (Jan 8th)


·         Geography of Italy

·         Social Classes

·         Roman Republic

·         HW: Read Sec 1 pp. 128-131

·         HW: Finish Republic packet


Day 2 (Jan 9th)

·         Go over Republic packet

·         Expansion

·         Punic Wars

·         HW: Finish Hannibal packet

·         Read Section 2 pp. 132-136


Day 3 (Jan 12th)

·         Video – Roman Soldiers


Day 4 (Jan 13th)

·         Effects of Expansion

·         Map Exercise

·         HW: Section 2 assessment pp. 136 # 3&4


Day 5 (Jan 14th)

·         Julius Caesar


Day 6 (Jan 15th)

·         Roman Empire

·         Rise of the Emperors

·         HW: Reading on Augustus


Day 7 (Jan 16th)

·         Video: Engineering and Empire

·         HW: Read Section 3 pp. 137-141


Day 8 (Jan 20th)

·         Roman Law

·         Achievements


Day 9 (Jan 21st)

  • Quiz
  • Women and family


Day 10 (Jan 22nd)

  • The Rise of Christianity
  • Jesus in historical context
  • Beliefs


Day 11 (Jan 23rd)

  • Christianity – Growth and Persecution
  • Group activity


Day 12 (Jan 26th)

·         The Fall of Western Rome

·         Diocletian & Constantine’s efforts


Day 13 (Jan 27th)

·         Hun invasion

·         Fall of the West

·         Eastern Empire


Day 14 (Jan 28th)

·         Exam Review 6


Day 15 (Jan 29th)

·         Exam



Chapter 5:  Ancient Greece

Key Terms: (Who, What, Where, When, Why)

1. Minoans                                                6. Monarchy                                         11. Helot               

2. Mycenaeans                                         7. Aristocracy                                       12. Tragedy

3. Heinrich Schlieman                          8. Oligarchy                                           13.  Comedy

4. Polis                                                      9. Democracy                                       14.  Rhetoric        

5. Acropolis                                             10. Legislature                                      15.  Hellenistic



Key People: 



1. Homer

2. Socrates

3. Plato

4. Aristotle

5. Pericles

6. Herodotus

7. Thucydides

8. Myron

9. Phillip of Macedonia

10. Alexander the Great




Dates to remember: 

Quiz – 12/8, 12/156           DBQ – 12/19        Exam 12/19          Flash cards – 12/19 – Use them on your Exam


Calendar:



Day 1 (Dec 1st)


·         Go over Chapter 4 Exam

·         Early People of the Aegean – readings

·         HW: Sec 1 assessment pp. 104 # 3-5


Day 2 (Dec 2nd)

·         Video: The Aegean World

·         HW: Read Section 2 pp. 105-109


Day 3 (Dec 3rd)

·         Geography of Greece

·         WS Greece Lightening & Greece and Isles

·         Resources – When life gives you lemons


Day 4 (Dec 4th)

·         Rise of City States

·         Governments

·         Athens

·         HW: Sec 2 Assessment pp. 109 #5-7


Day 5 (Dec 5th)

·         Sparta

·         Quiz Monday (Sec 1&2)


Day 6 (Dec 8th)

·         Quiz

·         Readings – Persian Wars

·         Age of Pericles

·         HW: Read Section 3 pp. 110-114


Day 7 (Dec 9th)

·         Persian Wars cont.

·         HW: Sec 3 Assessment pp. 114 #3 – 6


Day 8 (Dec 10th)

·         Peloponnesian Wars

·         HW: Read Section 4 pp. 115-119


Day 9 (Dec 11th)

·         Achievements of Ancient Greece

·         HW: Sec 4 assessment pp. 119 # 3-5,7

·         DBQ:  Achievements of Ancient Greece – Due 12/19


Day 10 (Dec 12th)

  • Video – Glory of Greece


Day 11 (Dec 15th)

·         Philosophy of Ancient Greece

·         Trial of Socrates

·         Quiz Monday Sec 3&4


Day 12 (Dec 16th)

·         Quiz

·         Macedonia

·         Alexander the Great



Day 13 (Dec 17th)

·         Engineering an Empire - Alexander


Day 14 (Dec 18th)

·         Exam Review


Day 15 (Dec 19th)

·         Exam


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Chapter Three & Four

Early Civilizations of China (2500 B.C. – A.D. 220)


Key Terms:  (Who, what, where, when) Due: Nov: Tuesday November 18th

EXAM – Tuesday November 18th

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

1. Loess                    5.  Feudalism                        9. Confucianism            13. Legalism                

2. Oracle Bone       6. Yellow River                    10. 5 Relationships        14. Shi Huangdi

3. Calligraphy          7. Yin & yang                       11. Filial Piety                 15. Daoism (Taoism)

4. Dynastic Cycle    8. Mandate of Heaven      12. Analects                     16. Silk Road


Key Questions:

1.  How has geography influenced early Chinese civilization?

2.  What were the characteristics of Shang and Zhou government structure?

3.  Identify the major achievements of early China.

4.  What were the major beliefs of Confucius?

5.  What kind of government did Legalists favor?  How did this differ from Daoism?

6.  Explain how each of these thinkers believed an orderly society could be created:

                (a) Confucius. (b) Hanfeizi, (c) Laozi

7.  What were three steps Shi Huangdi took to unite China?

8.  How did Han emperors improve economic growth in China?

9.  Describe several of the achievements that helped make the Han period a golden age in Chinese Civilization.


Calendar:


Day 1 (Nov 3rd)                                                    

·         China’s geography

·         Dynastic Cycle/Mandate of Heaven

·         Ethnocentrism

·         HW: Answer Key Questions #1

·         HW: Read text pp. 89-92


Day 2 (Nov 5th)

·         Dynastic Cycle

·         Preview Chinese Philosophies


Day 3 (Nov 6th)

·         Philosophy

·         Confucianism

·         Reading: The Analects


Day 4 (Nov 7th)

·         Legalism and Daoism

·         HW: Key Questions #4-6

·         QUIZ WED


Day 5 (Nov 10th)

·         Assembly PER 1

·         PER 7  - Packet “If Lao Tzu Met Confucius” – complete the Venn diagram and answer the questions



Day 6 (Nov 12th)

·         Quiz (Geography, 3 Philosophies)

·         Shang and Zhou Dynasties (Finish for HW)

·         Compare and contrast chart

  • HW: Key Questions #2-3, read text pp. 93-97

Day 7 &8 (Nov 13th & 14)

·         Go over Shang/Zhou dynasties

·         Qin Dynasty

·         Reign of Shi Huangdi

·         Readings - “Story of Meng”, “First Emperor”, and “Terra Cotta Warriors”

·         HW:  Key Questions # 7-9


Day 9 (Nov 17th)

·         Han Dynasty

·         Silk Road

·         Key Terms Due Tuesday


Day 10 (Nov 18th)

·         Video – China


Day 11 (Nov 19th)

·         EXAM - CHINA


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Chapter Three & Four

Early Civilizations of India (2500 B.C. – A.D. 550)


Key Terms:  Due Friday October 31st      

Exam:   Friday, October 31st                           

Quiz DatesMonday, Tuesday 21st, Monday Oct 27th

Essay Dates: Friday, October 17th             


1. Subcontinent       6.  Vedas                 11. Moksha               16. Nirvana                                            

2. Plateau                7.  Brahmins           12. Reincarnation   17. Stupa

3. Monsoon             8.  Mystic                13. Karma                18. Mural

4. Veneration          9. Sudras                 14. Dharma             19. 4 Noble Truths 

5. Caste                   10. Atman                15. Ahimsa               20. Missionary       


Key Questions:

1.  How has geography influenced India?

2.  What does archaeological evidence tell us about the Indus Valley civilizations?

3.  What theories do scholars hold about the decline of the Indus Valley Civilization?

4.  Why do we know so little about the Indus valley civilizations?

5.  What were the main characteristics of Aryan civilization in India?

6.  How did Aryan life change as a result of expansion in India?

7.  Why are the Vedas’ and Epics’ important to a study of early India?

8.  What are three basic teachings of Hinduism?

9.  What are the major teachings of the Buddha?

10.  How did Buddhism spread beyond India?  Name three countries in Asia in which it spread?

11.  How are Buddhism and Hinduism similar?  How are they different?

12.  How did Maurya rulers create a strong central government?

13. How did Asoka bring peace and prosperity to India?

14.  Why is the Gupta period considered a golden age of India?

15.  How did the Caste system affect Indian life?



Calendar:


Day 1 &2 (Oct 14th & Oct 15th

·         Compare and contrast essay

·         Work on graphic organizer to help formulate your essay

·         Essay is due on Friday 10/17


Day 3 (Oct 16th)

·         Map work – India

·         HW:  Read text pp. 52-58 (Sec 1&2)


Day 4 (Oct 17th)                                                                                                     

·         India geography

·         Indus Valley civilization

·         HW: Answer Key Questions #1-4 & finish any classwork


Day 5 (Oct 20th)

·         Aryan Invasion – Who were the Aryans?

·         Vedas & Epics

·         Quiz Tomorrow



Day 6 (Oct 21th)

·         Quiz Chap 3 Sec 1&2

·         Caste System reading

·         HW:  Read pp. 76-80

·         HW:  Hindu reading packet – Complete all questions


Day 7 (Oct 22st)

·         Basic principles of Hinduism

·         HW:  Buddhism reading packet – Complete all questions


Day 8 (Oct 23nd)

·         Buddhism

·         WS Buddha’s First Sermon

·         Quiz Monday – Hindusim/Buddhism


Day 9 (Oct 24rd)

·         Period 1 - Assembly

·         PERIOD 7 - Activity – The Indian Prince – Hinduism influence on Buddhism


Day 10 (Oct 27th)

·         Quiz

·         Read Section 2 – Reading pp. 81-85, complete questions


Day 11 (Oct 28th)

·         Maurya & Gupta Empires

·         Chandra Gupta & Asoka (compare)

·         Edicts

·         HW:  Key Questions # 12-14; read pp. 86-88


Day 12 (Oct 29th)

·         Maurya and Gupta continued

·         Achievements of the Gupta Dynasty


Day 13 (Oct 30th)

·         Exam review

·         Test tomorrow


Day 14 (Oct 31th)

·         Exam



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Chapter Two

First Civilizations of Africa and Asia (3200 B.C. – 500 B.C)



Important Dates:

·         Quiz – 6/24 (Egypt)

·         Key Terms – 10/10

·         Exam – 10/10

Key Terms:

1.  Silt

2.  Dynasty

3.  Pharaoh

4.  Vizier

5.  Bureaucracy

6. Amon Re

7. Rosetta Stone

8. Mummification

9. Hieroglyphics

10. Papyrus

11. Hierarchy

12. Ziggurat

13. Cuneiform

14. Barter Economy

15. Torah

16. Monotheistic

17. Patriarchal

18. Diaspora


Key People (Identify who they were, where they were from, and what are their accomplishments/why were they important?)

19. Ramses

20. Hathshepsut

21. Hammurabi

22. Abraham

23. Moses

24. David (Hebrew)

25. Solomon


Key Questions:

1.  How did geography influence ancient Egypt?

2.  What were the main features and achievements of Egypt’s three Kingdoms?

3.  How did religious beliefs shape the lives of Egyptians?

4.  How was Egyptian society organized?

5.  What advances did Egyptians make in learning and the arts?

6.  Describe two ways that Egyptian inventions or scientific advances were linked to geography?

7.  How did geographic features influence the civilizations of the Fertile Crescent?

8.  What advances in learning did Sumerians make?

9.  How did ideas and technology spread in Mesopotamia?

10.  How did the Persians unite a huge empire?

11.  What contributions did the Phoenicians make?

12.  How did the Jews view their relationship with God?

13.  What moral and ethical ideas did the prophets teach?



Calendar:

Day 1 (Sep 17th)

·         Go over Exam

·         Map work – Egypt

·         HW:  Read text pp. 24-27 - Sec one assessment pp. 27 #3-6


Day 2 (Sep 18th)                                                                                                    

·         Intro to Egypt – Geography

·         Reading on Nile River

·         HW: Read text pp. 28-33

Day 3 (Sep 19th)

·         Video:  Mysteries of Egypt

Day 4 (Sept 22nd)

·         Three Kingdoms of Egypt

·         Time line activity

·         Talking Heads – Pharaoh activity

·         HW:  Reading:  Pyramid – answer #s 1-3

Day 5 (Sep 23rd)

·         Egyptian Society

·         Social Structure

·         Women in Egypt

·         Achievements

·         Quiz tomorrow Sec 1&2

Day 6 (Sep 24th)

·         Quiz

Day 7 (Sept 29th)

·         Video – Secrets of the Pharaohs

·         Mummification

·         A Matter of Life and Death (Comparison)

·         HW: Herodotus on mummification

Day 8 (Sept 30th)

·         Intro to Mesopotamia

·         Map exercise

·         Reading “”A Rich Land”

·         H.W.  Read pp. 34-37

Day 9 (Oct 1st)

·         Life in Sumer

·         Achievements

·         “If I were Sumerian” activity

·         HW:  Sec three assessment pp 37  #1-5

Day 10 (Oct 2nd)

·         Hammurabi’s Code

·         Group activity


Day 11 (Oct 3rd)

·         Video Ancient Mesopotamia

Day 12 (Oct 6th)

·         Mesopotamian Cultures

·         Graphic organizer

·         HW:  Readings (a) “On the Customs of Persians”

                           (b) Assyrian Armies

Day 13 (Oct 7th)

·         Hebrews - History

·         HW: Read pp.45-47

Day 14 (Oct 8th)

·         Hebrew – Beliefs

·         Sec 5 assessment pp.  47 # 2-5

Day 15 (Oct 9th)

·         Chapter 2 Review

·         Exam tomorrow

·         Key Terms due

Day 16 (Oct 10th)

·         Chapter 2 Exam




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Chapter One

Toward Civilization (Prehistory – 3000 B.C)

Important Dates:

Chapter One Exam - Tuesday  9/16

Key Terms - Due Tuesday 9/16 (Quiz grade)


Key Terms:

1. Geography

2. Latitude

3. Longitude

4. Prehistory

5. Anthropology

6. Culture

7. Archaeology

8. Artifact

9. Technology

10. Historian

11. Civilization

12. Surplus

13. Polytheistic

14. Artisan

15. Pictogram

16. Scribe

17. City-state

18. Empire

19. Cultural Diffusion

20. Paleolithic Age

21. Neolithic age/Neolithic revolution

22. Nomad

23. Animism

24. Mary and Louis Leakey


Key Questions:

1.  How are geography and history linked?

2.  How do anthropologists and archaeologists find out about the past?

3.  How do historians try to reconstruct the past?

4.  What was life like for Paleolithic or Old Stone age people?

5.  Why was the Neolithic agricultural revolution a turning point in history?

6.  What can we learn about the religious beliefs of early people?

7.  How and where did the first cities emerge?

8.  What are the basic features of civilization?

9.  How do cultures spread and change?


Calendar:


Day 1 (Sep 4th)

·         Welcome back

·         Book distribution


Day 2 (Sep 5th)

·         Syllabus

·         Geography worksheet – continents, bodies of water, latitude and longitude

·         Read pp. 6-10

Day 3 (Sep 8th)

·         Geography and History

·         Themes of Geography

·         Prehistory

·         Anthropology/Archaeology/Historian

·         H.W:  Reading – The Source – answer all questions

·         Read pp. 11-14

Day 4 (Sep 9th)

·         Paleolithic/Neolithic Age

·         H.W: Read pp. 15-19 and work on completing Key Term Index Cards (they will be graded)

Day 5 (Sep 10th)

·         Video - The Story of Us

Day 6 (Sept 11th)

  • Sept 11th discussion

Day 7 (Sep 12th)

·         Features of Civilization

·         All Key Terms  Flash Cards are due

Day 8 (Sep 15th)

·         Finish Features of Civilization

·         Review for Exam

·         Be able to answer the 9 Key Questions

Day 9 (Sep 16th)

·         Chapter One Exam – Multiple Choice, map, short answer

·         BRING PEN, PENCIL, and PAPER


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Chapter 8:  The Rise of Europe 500-1300 A.D.


Key Terms: DUE MARCH 31st

Charlemagne           fief                           sacraments                 simony                    middle ages

Treaty of Verdun     knight                     tithe                             friar                          usury

Vikings                       chivalry                   secular                         anti-Semitism      guild

Medieval                    troubadour            Papal supremacy        Charter                  apprentice

Missi dominici          manor                     Canon law                    capital                   journeyman

Feudalism                  serf                          Excommunication      partnership        

Vassal                       Benedictine Rule    interdict                       bill of exchange


Key Objectives:

1.  What was western Europe like after the fall of Rome?

2.  How did Charlemagne briefly reunite much of Europe?

3.  How did feudalism shape medieval society?

4.  What was feudal life like for nobles and peasants?

5.  What was the basis of the manor economy?

6.  How did the Church and its monks and nuns shape medieval life?

7.  What means did the Church use to expand it power?

8.  Why did the church reform itself?  What were these reforms?

9.  Identify the new technologies that sparked an agricultural revolution.

10. How did the revival of trade revolutionize commerce?


CalendarEXAM MONDAY MARCH 31st

Day 1 (Mar 17th)

  • Intro of medieval Europe
  • The Franks
  • Charlemagne

Day 2 (Mar 18th)

  • Charlemagne
  • HW: Reading - Charlemagne

Day 3 (Mar 19th)

  • The Vikings
  • HW: Read Section two pp. 186-190

Day 4 (Mar 20th)

  • Feudalism and the Manor Economy
  • Life of a Knight – Finish for HW

Day 5 (Mar 21st)

  • Manorialism
  • Compare/contrast life of noble and serf
  • Quiz on Monday – Sections 1&2

Day 6 (Mar 24th

  • Quiz
  • The Medieval church

Day 7 (Mar 25th)

  • The Medieval Church

Day 8 (Mar 26th)

  • The Medieval Church

Day 9 (Mar 27th)

  • Agricultural revolution
  • Rebirth of towns and trade
  • HW: Finish guided reading
  • Key terms due tomorrow

Day 10 (Mar 28th)

  • Medieval guilds
  • Exam Monday – You can use your key terms

Day 11 (Mar 31st)

  • Exam



Chapter 10 The Byzantine Empire and Russia


Key Terms: Due Tuesday 2/11


Byzantine Empire           Autocrat                 Genghiz Khan       

Justinian                           Patriarch                Golden Horde

Hagia Sophia                    Icon                          steppe

Justinian’s Code               boyar                        Czar

Theodora                          Cyril & Methodius               


Objectives:  Class will be able to:

  • Describe how was the Byzantine empire an outgrowth of the Roman empire?
  • What elements of the Greco-Roman culture were preserved in the Byzantine Empire
  • The steps Justinian took to restore the glory of Rome
  • Identify and key elements of Byzantine Christianity and compare it to Roman Christianity
  • Analyze how geography helped shape early Russia
  • Describe the Byzantine and Mongol effects on Russia
  • Analyze why Moscow emerged as the chief power in Russia


Calendar:


Day 1 (Feb 5th)

  • The Byzantine Empire – Guided reading
  • Geographic effects
  • Connections to Western Rome
  • Justinian – 3 goals
  • HW: Reading Justinian and Byzantine Greatness – answer all ?s


Day 2 (Feb 6th)

  • Byzantine accomplishments
  • Hagia Sophia
  • Video – Engineering and Empire
  • HW: Text – Skills Assessment pp. 238  #2-3 


Day 3 (Feb 7th)

  • The Rise of Russia
  • Guided reading – finish for H.W.


Day 6 (Feb 10th)

  • Video – Ivan the Great/Ivan the Terrible
  • Study for Exam
  • Key Terms due on 2/11


Day 8 (Feb 11th)

  • Exam





Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity


Key Terms:            DUE FRIDAY, JANUARY 24th


Republic                 Twelve Tables         Hannibal                Engineering

Patrician                Province                    Julius Caesar         Diocletian

Consul                    Legion                      Augustus                 Constantine

Dictator                  Imperialism           Pax Romana           Inflation

Plebian                   Punic Wars            Aqueduct                 Mercenary


Calendar:

Day 1 (Jan 6th)

  • Geography of Italy
  • People
  • Roman Republic
  • HW: Read Sec 1 pp. 128-131
  • HW: Finish Republic packet

Day 2 (Jan 7th)

  • Go over Republic packet
  • Expansion
  • Punic Wars
  • HW: Finish Hannibal packet
  • Read Section 2 pp. 132-136

Day 3 (Jan 8th)

  • Video – Roman Soldiers

Day 4 (Jan 9th)

  • The Roman War Machine and Expansion
  • Effects of Expansion
  • HW: Section 2 assessment pp. 136 # 3&4

Day 5 (Jan 10th)

  • Julius Caesar

Day 6 (Jan 13th)

  • Roman Empire
  • Rise of the Emperors
  • HW: Reading on Augustus

Day 7 (Jan 14th)

  • Video: Engineering and Empire
  • Quiz Tomorrow Sec 1-3
  • HW: Read Section 3 pp. 137-141

Day 8 (Jan 15th)

  • Quiz
  • Reading on Pantheon

Day 9 (Jan 16th)

  • Review

Day 10 (Jan 17th)

  • Cumulative Exam

Day 11(Jan 21st)

  • The Fall of Western Rome
  • Diocletian & Constantine’s efforts

Day 12 (Jan 22nd)

  • Hun invasion
  • Fall of the West
  • Eastern Empire

Day 13 (Jan 23rd)

  • Exam Review 6

Day 14 (Jan 24th)

  • Exam






Chapter 5:  Ancient Greece

Key Terms: (Who, What, Where, When, Why)


1. Shrine                                6. Monarchy                  11. Helot                 16. Rhetoric

2. Fresco                                7. Aristocracy                12. Socrates           17. Tragedy

3. Heinrich Schlieman       8. Oligarchy                    13. Plato                18. Comedy

4. Polis                                  9. Democracy                  14. Scorates          19. Alexander the Great

5. Acropolis                          10. Legislature                15. Aristotle          20. Hellenistic



Dates to remember: 

Quiz – 12/9, 12/16                                            

DBQ – 12/20

Exam 12/18

Flash cards – 12/18 – You can use them on your Exam

Calendar:


Day 1 (Dec 2nd)

  • Go over Chapter 4 Exam
  • Early People of the Aegean – Guided notes
  • HW: Finish Guided notes, Sec 1 assessment pp. 104 # 3-5


Day 2 (Dec 3rd)

  • Video: The Aegean World
  • HW: Read Section 2 pp. 105-109


Day 3 (Dec 4th)

  • Geography of Greece
  • The Rise of Greek City States
  • Types of Government


Day 4 (Dec 5th)

  • Athens and Sparta
  • Hoplites & Helots
  • HW: Sec 2 Assessment pp. 109 #5-7


Day 5 (Dec 6th)

  • Athens and Sparta
  • Quiz Monday (Sec 1&2)


Day 6 (Dec 9th)

  • Quiz
  • Readings – Persian and Peloponnesian Wars
  • HW: Read Section 3 pp. 110-114


Day 7 (Dec 10th)

  • Persian and Peloponnesian Wars
  • HW: Sec 3 Assessment pp. 114 #3 – 6


Day 8 (Dec 11th)

  • Video: Glory of Greece
  • HW: Read Section 4 pp. 115-119


Day 9 (Dec 12th)

  • Achievements of Ancient Greece
  • HW: Sec 4 assessment pp. 119 # 3-5,7
  • DBQ:  Achievements of Ancient Greece – Due 12/20


Day 10 (Dec 13th)

  • Philosophy of Ancient Greece
  • Index Cards Due Wed
  • Quiz Monday Sec 3&4


Day 11 (Dec 16th)

  • Quiz
  • Alexander the Great - Guided notes


Day 12 (Dec 17th)

  • Engineering an Empire - Alexander
  • Exam tomorrow


Day 13 (Dec 18th)

  • Exam


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Chapter 4:  Empires of India and China 600 B.C. – A.D 550                              Global 9R

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Important Dates:

  • Exam Friday Nov. 22nd
  • Quizzes – Nov. 8th & Nov. 19th
  • Key Terms – Nov. 20th


Key Terms:

Atman

Moksha

Reincarnation

Karma

Dharma

Ahimsa

Nirvana

Siddhartha Gautama

Four Noble Truths

Golden Age

Joint family

Dowry

Philosophy

Confucius

Filial Piety


Key Questions:

1.  What are three basic teachings of Hinduism?

2.  What are the major teachings of the Buddha?

3.  How did Buddhism spread beyond India?  Name three countries in Asia in which it spread?

4.  How are Buddhism and Hinduism similar?  How are they different?

5.  How did Maurya rulers create a strong central government?

6. How sis Asoka bring peace and prosperity to India?

7.  Why is the Gupta period considered a golden age of India?

8.  How did the Caste system affect Indian life?

9.  What were the major beliefs of Confucius?

10.  What kind of government did Legalists favor?  How did this differ from Daoism?

11.  Explain how each of these thinkers believed an orderly society could be created:

                (a) Confucius. (b) Hanfeizi, (c) Laozi

12.  What were three steps Shi Huangdi took to unite China?

13.  How did Han emperors improve economic growth in China?

14.  Describe several of the achievements that helped make the Han period a golden age in Chinese Civilization.



Day 1 (Nov 4th)

  • Go over Chapter 3 Exam
  • HW:  Read Section 1 pp. 76-80
  • HW:  Packet – Hinduism and Buddhism – Complete the section of Hinduism


Day 2 (Nov 6th)

  • Beliefs of Hinduism
  • Effects it has had on India
  • Reading on Buddhism
  • HW:  Complete the work packet section on Buddhism


Day 3 (Nov 7th)

  • Buddhism
  • Effects on India
  • Buddhism as a world religion
  • Spread of Buddhism
  • HW:  Quiz tomorrow – Hinduism and Buddhism


Day 4 (Nov 8th)

  • Quiz
  • Intro the Maurya and Gupta Empire
  • HW:  Read section 2 pp. 81-85


Day 5 (Nov 12th)

  • Maurya and Gupta Empires
  • Chandragupta and Asoka
  • Gupta achievements


Day 6 (Nov 13th)

  • Pillars of Indian life
  • Caste System
  • What family values influenced India


Day 7 (Nov 14th)

  • India Review questions
  • HW:  Read Section 4 pp. 89-92
  • HW: Complete


Day 8 (Nov 15th)

  • Philosophy
  • Confucianism
  • Five Relationships
  • Analects


Day 9 (Nov 18th)

  • Legalism and Daoism
  • Key beliefs and their effect on China
  • Quiz tomorrow – Confucianism, Legalism, and Daoism


Day 10 (Nov 19th)

  • Quiz
  • Qin and Han Dynasties - Chart
  • HW:  Finish Chart
  • Key Terms due tomorrow


Day 11 (Nov 20th)

  • Review Qin and Han Dynasties
  • Study for Exam – Friday


Day 12 (Nov 21st)

  • Video – China
  • HW:  Study for test


Day 13 (Nov 22nd)

  • Exam



Chapter Three:  Early Civilizations in India and China


Key Terms: (Due Tuesday October 29th)


  1. Subcontinent
  2. Plateau
  3. Monsoon
  4. Veneration
  5. Caste
  6. Brahman
  7. Mystic
  8. Rajah
  9. Vedas
  10. Brahmins
  11. Sudras
  12. Loess
  13. Clan
  14. Oracle bone
  15. Calligraphy
  16. Dynastic cycle
  17. Feudalsim
  18. Yin and Yang

Key Questions:

  1. How has geography influenced India?
  2. How has archaeology provided clues about Indus Valley Civilization?
  3. What theories do scholars hold about the decline of the Indus Valley civilization?
  4. What were the main characteristics of the Aryan civilization in India?
  5. How did expansion lead to changes in Aryan civilization?
  6. What do ancient Indian epics reveal about Aryan life?
  7. How did geography influence early Chinese civilization?
  8. How did Chinese culture take shape under the Shang and the Zhou
  9. What were the key cultural achievements in Early China?

Calendar:


Day 1,2,3 & 4(Oct 15th-18th)

  • DBQ – Achievements of Egypt and Mesopotamia
  • Due Friday Oct 18th

Day 5 (Oct 21st)

  • Geography of India
  • Map assignment:  India
  • HW:  Read Section one pp. 52-54

Day 6 (Oct 22nd)

  • Indus Valley civilization
  • Reading Indus Valley Inc.
  • HW:  Section one assessment pp. 54 # 2-5

Day 7 (Oct 23rd)

  • Kingdoms of the Ganges
  • Guided Reading
  • HW:  Sec 2 assessment pp. 58 # 3-5

Day 8 (Oct 24th)

  • China – geography
  • Map Exercise
  • HW:  Read section 3 pp. 59-65

Day 9 (Oct 28th)

  • Field Trip
  • China preview

Day 10 (Oct 29th)

  • Dynastic Cycle/Mandate of Heaven
  • Shang/Zhou Dynasty

Day 11 (Oct 30th)

  • Exam Review

Day 12 (Oct 31st)

  • Chapter 3 Exam





Chapter Two

First Civilizations of Africa and Asia (3200 B.C. – 500 B.C)

Key Terms: Due Wed October 10th

1.  Silt

2.  Cataract

3.  Delta

4.  Dynasty

5.  Pharaoh

6.  Vizier

7.  Bureaucracy

8.  Osiris

9.  Isis

10. Amon Re

11. Rosetta Stone

12. Mummification

13. Hieroglyphics

14. Papyrus

15. Decipher

16. Hierarchy

17. Ziggurat

18. Cuneiform

19. Satrap

20. Barter Economy

21. Torah

22. Monotheistic

23. Patriarchal

24. Prophet

25. Ethics

26. Diaspora


Key People (Identify who they were, where they were from, and what are their accomplishments/why were they important?)



27. Ramses

28. Hathshepsut

29. Hammurabi

30. Daris

31. Abraham

32. Moses

33. David (Hebrew)

34. Solomon



Key Questions:


1.  How did geography influence ancient Egypt?

2.  What were the main features and achievements of Egypt’s three Kingdoms?

3.  How did religious beliefs shape the lives of Egyptians?

4.  How was Egyptian society organized?

5.  What advances did Egyptians make in learning and the arts?

6.  Describe two ways that Egyptian inventions or scientific advances were linked to geography?

7.  How did geographic features influence the civilizations of the Fertile Crescent?

8.  What advances in learning did Sumerians make?

9.  How did ideas and technology spread in Mesopotamia?

10.  How did the Persians unite a huge empire?

11.  What contributions did the Phoenicians make

12.  How did the Jews view their relationship with God?

13.  What moral and ethical ideas did the prophets teach?

  Calendar:

Day 1 (Sep 23rd)

  • Intro to Egypt
  • Imax video – Mysteries of Egypt

Day 2 (Sep 24th)

  • Go over Exam
  • Map work – Egypt
  • HW:  Read text pp. 24-27

Day 3 (Sep 25th)                                                                                                    

  • Intro to Egypt – Geography
  • Reading on Nile River
  • HW: Read text pp. 28-33

Day 4 (Sep 26th)

  • Three Kingdoms of Egypt
  • Reading: Pyramid - answer questions 1-3
  • H.W: Answer Key Questions # 1-2

Day 5 (Sep 27th)

  • Guided reading
  • Egyptian Society
  • Social Structure
  • Women in Egypt
  • Achievements

Day 6 (Sep 30th)

  • Video – Secrets of the Pharaohs
  • Go over guided reading
  • HW: Answer Key Questions #3-6

Day 7 (Oct 1st)

  • Project:  Egyptian Want Ads
  • Report to Computer lab

Day 8 (Oct 2nd)

  • Finish Want Ads – go to library
  • Quiz tomorrow – Egypt (Chapter 2 Sections 1&2)

Day 9 (Oct 3rd)

  • Quiz on Egypt
  • Map of Mesopotamia
  • HW:  Read text pp. 34-37, Answer key questions #7-8

Day 10 (Oct 4th)

  • Sumer – Chart
  • Essay Assignment – Compare and Contrast Egypt and Sumer – Due on Wednesday 10/9

Day 11 (Oct 7th)

  • Code of Hammurabi (Group work)
  • HW: Read text pp. 38-44

Day 12 (Oct 8th)

  • Mesopotamian Cultures
  • HW:  (a) Answer Key Questions #9-11  (b) Work on Key Terms – Due Wed. 10/10)
  • Read text pp. 45-47

Day 13 (Oct 9th)

  • Hebrews
  • HW: Answer Key Questions # 12-13

Day 14 (Oct 10th)

  • Exam Review
  • Key Terms Due

Day 15 (Oct 11th)

  • Exam Chapter 2
  • HW:  Read text pp. 52-44

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Chapter One

Toward Civilization (Prehistory – 3000 B.C)


Important Dates:

                Vocabulary Due:   Monday  9/16

               Exam:  Wednesday 9/18


Key Terms:

1. Geography

2. Latitude

3. Longitude

4. Prehistory

5. Anthropology

6. Culture

7. Archaeology

8. Artifact

9. Technology

10. Historian

11. Civilization

12. Surplus

13. Polytheistic

14. Artisan

15. Pictogram

16. Scribe

17. City-state

18. Cultural Diffusion

19. Paleolithic Age

20. Neolithic age/Neolithic revolution

21. Nomad

22. Animism


Key Questions:

1.  How are geography and history linked?

2.  How do anthropologists and archaeologists find out about the past?

3.  How do historians try to reconstruct the past?

4.  What was life like for Paleolithic or Old Stone age people?

5.  Why was the Neolithic agricultural revolution a turning point in history?

6.  What can we learn about the religious beliefs of early people?

7.  How and where did the first cities emerge?

8.  What are the basic features of civilization?

9.  How do cultures spread and change?


Calendar:

Day 1 (Sep 9th)

  • Welcome back
  • Book distribution

Day 2 (Sep 10th)

  • Syllabus
  • Geography worksheet – continents, bodies of water, latitude and longitude
  • HW:  Read pp. 6-10 – Complete the guided reading

Day 3 (Sep 11th)

  • Geography and History
  • Prehistory
  • Anthropology/Archaeology/Historian
  • H.W:  Read pp. 11-14, & WS. Sheet – The Chinese Approach to History

Day 4 (Sep 12th)

  • Paleolithic/Neolithic Age
  • Reading packet: Geological Time and Archaeology
  • H.W: Universal Cultural Pattern & Man Makes Himself WS

Day 5 (Sept 13th) 

  • Video: Story of mankind - Inventors
  • Reading comp. practice
  • HW:  Vocabulary due on Monday

Day 6 (Sep 16th)

  • Neolithic Revolution
  • The Domestication of Plants and Animals (WS)
  • HW: Read Pages 15-19

Day 7 (Sep 17th)

  • Beginnings of Civilization
  • River Valley Beginnings:

Day 8 (Sep 18th)

  • Beginnings of Civilization (cont.)
  • Review for Exam

Day 9 (Sept 19th)

  • Chapter One Exam – Multiple Choice, map, short answer
  • BRING PEN, PENCIL, and PAPER


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Chapter 14: The Renaissance and Reformation


Key Terms:  Due April 26th                           

Raphael                          Protestant Reformation                   Elizabeth                              Humanism

Patrons                           Shakespeare                                          Indulgence                          Inquisition

Perspective                    Johann Gutenberg                              Recant                                  Annul

Michelangelo                 Vernacular                                            Theocracy                           Scapegoat

Leonardo da Vinci             Martin Luther                                Henry VIII


Key Questions:

1.  Why were the Italian cities a favorable setting for the Renaissance?

2.  What themes and techniques did Renaissance artists and writers use?

3.  What was the Renaissance?

4.  How did the styles of the Northern Renaissance differ from the Italian renaissance?

5.  How did the printing press impact Europe?

6.  How did abuses in the Church spark widespread criticism?

7.  How did Martin Luther challenge the Church?

8.  Why did England forma a new Church?

9.  How did the Catholic Church reform itself?

10. What was the new Scientific method?

11. What advances did Newton and other scientist make?

Calendar:

Day 1 (April 15th)

  • Intro the Renaissance
  • Italian beginnings
  • Patrons
  • Humanism
  • HW: Read text pp. 336-341

Day 2 (April 16th)

  • Artists and writers of the Renaissance
  • HW: Packet Scientific Artist or Artistic Scientist

Day 3 (April 17th)

  • Renaissance moves North
  • Printing Press
  • HW: Finish guided reading

Day 4 (April 18th)

  • Video:  Michelangelo
  • Quiz tomorrow

Day 5 (April 19th)

  • Quiz -  Sec 1&2
  • HW: Read section 3 pp. 346-350

Day 6 (April 22nd)

  • Martin Luther
  • Sale of Indulgences/95 Theses

Day 7 (April 23rd)

  • Lutheranism and Calvinism
  • HW: Section 3 Assessment pp. 350 # 3-7

Day 8 (April 24th)

  • Reformation Ideas Spread
  • Henry VIII and the English Reformation
  • Index cards Due on Friday 4/26

Day 9 (April 25th)

  • Catholic Counter Reformation
  • HW: Section 4 assessment pp.355 # 3-7
  • Quiz tomorrow

Day 10 (April 26th)

  • Quiz
  • HW: Read section 5 pp. 356-359

Day 11 (April 30th)

  • Scientific Reformation
  • Exam tomorrow

Day 12 (May 1st)

  • Exam


CHAPTER 8:  THE RISE OF EUROPE – EXAM REVIEW


VOCABULARY AND TERMS                                    EVENTS

Capital                                                           Battle of Tours

Charter                                                           The Agricultural Revolution

Chivalry                                                         The Commercial Revolution

Fief                                                                Treaty of Verdun

Tithe                                                              The Fall of Rome

Secular                                                           Revival of Trade

Usury                                                             Growth of Towns

Merchant Guilds                                            Cluniac Reforms

Craft Guilds                                                   Tournaments

Apprentice

Vassal

Knight

Feudalism

Cannon Law

Manor Economy

Three-Field System

Excommunicate

Sacraments

Middle Ages/Medieval Times

Vikings

Benedictine Rule

Interdict

Anti-Semitism


KNOW THE FOLLOWING:

Geography of Europe                                      

  • Location                                                          
  • Natural resources                                              
  • How did these influence it                                

                                                                             

Feudalism                                                                        

  • Why did it originate                                         
  • Know the roles & duties of citizens                 
  • Positive and negatives of peasants                   

                                                                              

The Middle Ages

  • Time period                                                       
  • Describe the society                                           
  • How did people live                                            

                                                                                               

Medieval Church                                                                

  • Describe its power
  • How did it get so powerful?
  • How did it keep its power?
  • Roles of Monks & Nun

Charlemagne

  • Who was he?
  • His reforms?
  • Achievements
  • Revival of learning


Agricultural Revolution

  • What caused it?
  • New technologies
  • Long term/short term effects


Commercial Revolution

  • Describe new business practices
  • Role of guilds
  • Money lenders


Chapter 8:  The Rise of Europe 500-1300 A.D.


Key Terms: DUE MARCH 18th

Charlemagne           fief                           sacraments                 simony                   middle ages

Treaty of Verdun     knight                    tithe                              friar                        usury

Vikings                     chivalry                   secular                       anti-Semitism       guild

Medieval                  troubadour            Papal supremacy     Charter                    apprentice

Missi dominici       manor                     Canon law                   capital                   journeyman

Feudalism               serf                          Excommunication     partnership

Vassal                       Benedictine Rule   interdict                      bill of exchange


Key Objectives:

1.  What was western Europe like after the fall of Rome?

2.  How did Charlemagne briefly reunite much of Europe?

3.  How did feudalism shape medieval society?

4.  What was feudal life like for nobles and peasants?

5.  What was the basis of the manor economy?

6.  How did the Church and its monks and nuns shape medieval life?

7.  What means did the Church use to expand it power?

8.  Why did the church reform itself?  What were these reforms?

9.  Identify the new technologies that sparked an agricultural revolution.

10. How did the revival of trade revolutionize commerce?

CalendarEXAM TUESDAY MARCH 20th

Day 1 (Mar 5th)

  • Intro of medieval Europe
  • The Franks
  • Charlemagne

Day 2 (Mar 6th)

  • Charlemagne
  • HW: Reading - Charlemagne

Day 3 (Mar 7th)

  • The Vikings
  • HW: Read Section two pp. 186-190

Day 4 (Mar 8th) – Snow day

Day 5 (Mar 11th)

  • Feudalism and the Manor Economy
  • HW:  Finish classwork

Day 6 (Mar 12th)

  • Feudalism and the Manor Economy
  • Life of a Knight – Finish for HW

Day 7 (Mar 13th)

  • Manorialism
  • Compare/contrast life of noble and serf
  • Quiz Friday – Sec 1&2&3

Day 8 (Mar 14th)

  • The Medieval Church

Day 9 (Mar 15th)

  • Quiz
  • HW: Sec 3 Assessment pp. 196 #3-6

Day 10 (Mar 18th)

  • Agricultural revolution
  • Rebirth of towns and trade
  • HW: Finish guided reading
  • Key terms due tomorrow

Day 11 (Mar 19th)

  • Medieval guilds
  • Exam tomorrow

Day 12 (Mar 20th)

  • Exam

Day 13 (Mar 21st)

  • Project – Computer lab

Day 14 (Mar 22nd)

  • Project – Computer lab




Chapter 11 The Rise of Islam


Key Terms:  DUE TUESDAY FEBRUARY 26th, 2013

Mecca                    Mosque                 Sultan                     Abu bakr                                               

Kaaba                     Hajj                       Muezzin                Arabesque

Quran                     Jihad                     Sufi                        Social mobility

Sharia                     Caliph                   Shites (beliefs)     Sikhism                  

Hijra                       Minaret                Sunni (beliefs)     Taj Mahal


Objectives:  Class will be able to:

1.  Identify Muhammad and describe how he became

     the prophet of Islam.

2.  Describe the basic teachings of Islam and how they shaped

     the way of life of its believers.

3.  Analyze the expansion of Islam after the death of Muhammad

     and its movement under the next four caliphs.

4.  Describe the movements that emerged with in Islam.

5.  Identify key advances developed in the Muslim world and analyze

     their spread through the world.

6.  Identify and analyze the impact Islamic invaders had on India


Calendar:


Day 1 (Feb 12th)

  • The rise of Islam
  • Pre-Islamic Arabia
  • Life of Muhammad
  • HW: Answer the questions from the Muhammad reading

Day 2 (Feb 13th)

  • Five Pillars of Islam
  • Jihad
  • Teachings of Islam
  • HW: Answer questions on Five Pillar reading

Day 3 (Feb 14thth)

  • The Quran
  • Islamic Law
  • Quiz tomorrow

Day 4 (Feb 15th)

  • Quiz

Day 5 (Feb 19th)

  • Video – Life in Islam

Day 6 (Feb 20th)

  • Women in Islam
  • HW: Read Section 2 pp. 256-260

Day 7 (Feb 21st)

  • Spread of Islam
  • Reasons for success
  • Divisions within Islam
  • HW:  Sec 2 assessment pp. 260 # 3-7

Day 8 (Feb 22nd)

  • Empires of the Caliphs
  • Umayyads & Abbassids
  • HW: Finish questions #1-5 from the reading packet
  • Take Home Quiz – Due Monday – Will not be accepted late

Day 9 (Feb 25th)

  • Golden Age of Islam
  • Achievements and legacy
  • HW: Complete guided reading

Day 10 (Feb 26th)

  • Golden Age of Islam

Day 11 (Feb 27th)

  • Muslims in India
  • Delhi Sultanate
  • Muslims and Hindus
  • Mughal India
  • HW:  Sec 4 assessment pp. 271 # 3-6

Day 12 (Feb 28th)

  • Review

Day 13 (March 1st)

  • Exam



Chapter 10 The Byzantine Empire and Russia


Key Terms:


Byzantine Empire                 Autocrat                                Genghiz Khan       

Justinian                                 Patriarch                               Golden Horde

Hagia Sophia                         Icon                                        steppe

Justinian’s Code                    Yaroslav                                 boyar

Theodora                               Cyril & Methodius                Czar


Objectives:  Class will be able to:

  • Describe how was the Byzantine empire an outgrowth of the Roman empire?
  • What elements of the Greco-Roman culture were preserved in the Byzantine Empire
  • The steps Justinian took to restore the glory of Rome
  • Identify and key elements of Byzantine Christianity and compare it to Roman Christianity
  • Analyze how geography helped shape early Russia
  • Describe the Byzantine and Mongol effects on Russia
  • Analyze why Moscow emerged as the chief power in Russia


Calendar:

Day 1 (Jan 28th)

  • The Byzantine Empire – Guided reading
  • Geographic effects
  • Connections to Western Rome
  • Justinian – 3 goals
  • HW: Reading Justinian and Byzantine Greatness – answer all ?s

Day 2 (Jan 29th)

  • Byzantine accomplishments
  • Hagia Sophia
  • Video – Engineering and Empire
  • HW: Text – Skills Assessment pp. 238  #2-3  

Day 3 (Jan 30th)

  • The real Justinian
  • Group activity – Interpreting primary and secondary sources

Day 4 (Jan 31st)

  • Group activity – Justinian’s Code
  • Comparing Byzantine laws to contemporary laws
  • HW: Reading Justinian’s Code – answer all?

Day 5 (Feb 1st)

  • The Rise of Russia
  • Guided reading – finish for HWMr.branti.educatorpages.com

Day 6 (Feb 4th)

  • Video – Ivan the Great/Ivan the Terrible
  • Exam on Wednesday 2/6

Day 7 (Feb 5th)

  • Exam Review
  • Study

Day 8 (Feb 6th)

  • Exam

Day 9 (Feb 7th)

  • DBQ Essay Byzantine Empire Under Justinian

Day 10 (Feb 8th)

  • DBQ Essay – Due at the end of the class

  


Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity


Key Terms:            DUE FRIDAY, JANUARY 11th

Republic                    Twelve Tables       Hannibal                 Engineering

Patrician                    Province                 Julius Caesar         Diocletian

Consul                         Legion                    Augustus                  Constantine

Dictator                      Imperialism         Pax Romana            Inflation

Plebian                       Punic Wars           Aqueduct                 Mercenary



QUIZ: FRIDAY, JANUARY 11th 2013


EXAM: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16th 2013


Calendar:

Day 1 (Jan 2nd)

  • Geography of Italy
  • People
  • Roman Republic
  • HW: Read Sec 1 pp. 128-131
  • HW: Finish Republic packet

Day 2 (Jan 3rd)

  • Go over Republic packet
  • Expansion
  • Punic Wars
  • HW: Finish Hannibal packet
  • Read Section 2 pp. 132-136

Day 3 (Jan 4th)

  • Video – Roman Soldiers

Day 4 (Jan 7th)

  • The Roman War Machine and Expansion
  • Effects of Expansion
  • HW: Section 2 assessment pp. 136 # 3&4

Day 5 (Jan 8th)

  • Julius Caesar

Day 6 (Jan 9th)

  • Roman Empire
  • Rise of the Emperors
  • HW: Reading on Augustus

Day 7 (Jan 10th)

  • Video: Engineering and Empire
  • Quiz Tomorrow Sec 1-3
  • HW: Read Section 3 pp. 137-141

Day 8 (Jan 11th)

  • Quiz
  • Reading on Pantheon

Day 9 (Jan 14th)

  • The Fall of Western Rome
  • Diocletian & Constantine’s efforts

Day 10 (Jan 15th)

  • Hun invasion
  • Fall of the West
  • Eastern Empire

Day 11 (Jan 16th)

  • Exam Chapter 6


Jan 17th & 18th

  • Mid-Term Exam Review







Chapter 5:  Ancient Greece

Key Terms: (Who, What, Where, When, Why)

1. Shrine                     6. Monarchy                   11. Helot                      16. Rhetoric

2. Fresco                    7. Aristocracy                 12. Socrates                17. Tragedy

3. H. Schlieman      8. Oligarchy                    13. Plato                       18. Comedy

4. Polis                       9. Democracy                 14. Scorates                19. Alexander the Great

5. Acropolis            10. Legislature                 15. Aristotle               20. Hellenism



Dates to remember: 

Quiz – 12/3, 12/10                                            

DBQ – 11/30

Exam 12/12

Flash cards – 12/10

 

Calendar:

Day 1 (Nov 26th)

  • DBQ: Achievements of Ancients – Quick overview - Due Friday 11/30
  • Early People of the Aegean – Guided notes
  • HW: Finish Guided notes, Sec 1 assessment pp. 104 # 3-5

Day 2 (Nov 27th)

  • Video: The Aegean World
  • HW: Read Section 2 pp. 105-109

Day 3 (Nov 28th)

  • Geography of Greece
  • The Rise of Greek City States
  • Types of Government

Day 4 (Nov 29th)

  • Athens and Sparta
  • Hoplites & Helots
  • HW: Sec 2 Assessment pp. 109 #5-7

Day 5 (Nov 30th)

  • Athens and Sparta
  • Quiz Monday (Sec 1&2)

Day 6 (Dec 3rd)

  • Quiz
  • Readings – Persian and Peloponnesian Wars
  • HW: Read Section 3 pp. 110-114

Day 7 (Dec 4th)

  • Persian and Peloponnesian Wars
  • HW: Sec 3 Assessment pp. 114 #3 – 6

Day 8 (Dec 5th)

  • Video: Glory of Greece
  • HW: Read Section 4 pp. 115-119

Day 9 (Dec 6th)

  • Achievements of Ancient Greece
  • HW: Sec 4 assessment pp. 119 # 3-5,7

Day 10 (Dec 7th)

  • Philosophy of Ancient Greece
  • Index Cards Due tomorrow
  • Quiz Monday Sec 3&4

Day 11 (Dec 10th)

  • Quiz
  • Alexander the Great – Guided notes
  • Index Cards due

Day 12 (Dec 11th)

  • Engineering an Empire - Alexander
  • Exam tomorrow

Day 13 (Dec 12th)

  • Exam

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Chapter Three & Four

Early Civilizations of China (2500 B.C. – A.D. 220)


Key Terms:  (Who, what, where, when) Due: Nov 19th

EXAM – Tuesday, Nov 20th

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

1. Loess                   5.  Feudlaism                       9. Confucianism           13. Legalism                        

2. Oracle Bone        6. Yellow River                   10. 5 Relationships     14. Shi Huangdi

3. Calligraphy          7. Yin & yang                      11. Filial Piety              15. Daosim (Taoism)

4. Dynastic Cycle    8. Mandate of Heaven     12. Analects                  16. Silk Road


Key Questions:


1.  How has geography influenced early Chinese civilization?

2.  What were the characteristics of Shang and Zhou government structure?

3.  Identify the major achievements of early China.

4.  What were the major beliefs of Confucius?

5.  What kind of government did Legalists favor?  How did this differ from Daoism?

6.  Explain how each of these thinkers believed an orderly society could be created:

                (a) Confucius. (b) Hanfeizi, (c) Laozi

7.  What were three steps Shi Huangdi took to unite China?

8.  How did Han emperors improve economic growth in China?

9.  Describe several of the achievements that helped make the Han period a golden age in Chinese Civilization.


Calendar:

Day 1 (Nov 7th)                                                                                                      

  • China geography

  • Dynastic Cycle/Mandate of Heaven

  • Ethnocentrism

  • HW: Answer Key Questions #1

  • Read text pp. 89-92


Day 2 (Nov 8th)

  • Go over Exam

  • Preview Chinese Philosophies


Day 3 (Nov 9th)

  • Philosophy

  • Confucianism

  • Reading: The Analects


Day 4 (Nov 13th)

  • Legalism and Daoism

  • HW: Key Questions #4-6

  • QUIZ TOMORROW


Day 5 (Nov 14th)

  • Quiz

             •   Shang/Zhou Dynasty

  • HW: Key Questions #2-3, read text pp. 93-97


Day 6 (Nov 15th)

  • Go Over - Shang/Zhou
  • Qin/Han Dynasty

  • HW:  Key Questions # 7-9


Day 7 (Nov 16th)

  • Qin/Han Dynasty

  • Key Terms Due Monday


Day 8 (Nov 19th)

  • Video – China


Day 9 (Nov 20th)

  • EXAM - CHINA




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Chapter Three & Four

Early Civilizations of India (2500 B.C. – A.D. 550)


Key Terms:  Due Thursday October 25th                                  Exam:   Friday October 26th


1. Subcontinent       6.  Vedas                 11. Moksha             16. Nirvana                                

2. Plateau                7.  Brahmins           12. Reincarnation   17. Stupa

3. Monsoon             8.  Mystic                13. Karma               18. Mural

4. Veneration          9. Sudras                 14. Dharma            19. Four Noble Truths 

5. Caste                   10. Atman                15. Ahimsa              20. Missionary       


Key Questions:

1.  How has geography influenced India?


2.  What does archaeological evidence tell us about the Indus Valley civilizations?


3.  What theories do scholars hold about the decline of the

      Indus Valley Civilization?


4.  Why do we know so little about the Indus valley civilizations?


5.  What were the main characteristics of Aryan civilization in India?


6.  How did Aryan life change as a result of expansion in India?


7.  Why are the Vedas’ and Epics’ important to a study of early India?


8.  What are three basic teachings of Hinduism?


9.  What are the major teachings of the Buddha?


10.  How did Buddhism spread beyond India?  Name three

       countries in Asia in which it spread?


11.  How are Buddhism and Hinduism similar?  How are they different?


12.  How did Maurya rulers create a strong central government?


13. How sis Asoka bring peace and prosperity to India?


14.  Why is the Gupta period considered a golden age of India?


15.  How did the Caste system affect Indian life?



Calendar:

Day 1 (Oct 12th)

  • Go over Exam
  • Map work – India
  • HW:  Read text pp. 52-58 (Sec 1&2)


Day 2 (Oct 15th)                                                                                                     

  • India geography
  • Indus Valley civilization
  • HW: Answer Key Questions #1-4


Day 3 (Oct 16th )

  • Aryan Invasion
  • Vedas & Epics
  • Work on Key Terms
  • HW: Answer Key Questions #5-7


Day 4 (Oct 17th)

  • Quiz Chap 3 Sec 1&2
  • Work sheets Hinduism and Buddhism


Day 5 (Oct 18th)

  • Basic principles of Hinduism
  • HW: Read pp. 76-80


Day 6 (Oct 19th)

  • Buddhism
  • HW: Key Questions #8-11
  • Study for Monday’s Quiz – Hinduism& Buddhism


Day 7 (Oct 22nd)

  • Quiz
  • Maurya and Gupta India
  • HW: Read pp. 81-85
  • Finish guided reading notes (Started in-class)


Day 8 (Oct 23rd)

  • Maurya & Gupta
  • Chandra Gupta & Asoka (compare)
  • Edicts
  • HW:  Key Questions # 12-14; read pp. 86-88


Day 9 (Oct 24th)

  • Guidance Presentations


Day 10 (Oct 25th)

  • Exam review
  • Test Friday October 26th


Day 11 (Oct 26th)

  • Exam



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Chapter Two

First Civilizations of Africa and Asia (3200 B.C. – 500 B.C)


Key Terms: Due Wed October 10th


1.  Silt                         11.  Isis                                 21.  Cuneiform                  31.  Abraham

2.  Cataract              12.  Amon Re                       22. Hammurabi               32.  David

3.  Delta                    13.  Rosetta Stone              23.  Daris                           33.  Solomon

4.  Dynasty               14.  Mummification          24.  Zoroaster                   34.  Sabbath

5.  Pharaoh               15.  Hieroglyphics              25.  Codify                       35.  Monotheistic

6.  Vizier                     16.  Papyrus                       26.  Satrap                       36.  Patriarchal

7.  Bureaucracy        17.  Decipher                     27.  Barter Economy       37.  Prophet

8.  Hatshepsut         18.  Fertile Crescent         28.  Money Economy     38.  Ethics

9.  Ramses                19.  Hierarchy                   29.  Torah                          39.  Diaspora

10. Osiris                   20.  Ziggurat                     30.  Moses                40.  10 Commandments

                                                              

Key Questions:

1.  How did geography influence ancient Egypt?

2.  What were the main features and achievements of Egypt’s three Kingdoms?

3.  How did religious beliefs shape the lives of Egyptians?

4.  How was Egyptian society organized?

5.  What advances did Egyptians make in learning and the arts?

6.  Describe two ways that Egyptian inventions or scientific advances were linked to geography?

7.  How did geographic features influence the civilizations of the Fertile Crescent?

8.  What advances in learning did Sumerians make?

9.  How did ideas and technology spread in Mesopotamia

10.  How did the Persians unite a huge empire?

11.  What contributions did the Phoenicians make?

12.  How did the Jews view their relationship with God?

13.  What moral and ethical ideas did the prophets teach?


Calendar:

Day 1 (Sep 19th)

  • Go over Exam
  • Map work – Egypt
  • HW:  Read text pp. 24-27


Day 2 (Sep 20th)                                                                                                    

  • Intro to Egypt – Geography
  • Reading on Nile River
  • HW: Read text pp. 28-33

Day 3 (Sep 21st )

  • Mysteries of Egypt video
  • Work on Key Terms

Day 4 (Sep 24th)

  • Three Kingdoms of Egypt
  • Reading Life of Pharaoh
  • H.W: Answer Key Questions # 1-2

Day 5 (Sep 25th)

  • Egyptian Society
  • Social Structure
  • Women in Egypt
  • Achievements
  • HW: Answer Key Questions #3-6

Day 6 (Sep 27th)

  • Project:  Egyptian Want Ads
  • Report to Computer lab

Day 7 (Sep 28th)

  • Finish Project
  • Report to lab

Day 8 (Oct 1st)

  • Video – Secrets of Pharaohs
  • Quiz tomorrow – Egypt (Chapter 2 Sections 1&2)

Day 9 (Oct 2nd)

  • Quiz on Egypt
  • Map of Mesopotamia
  • HW:  Read text pp. 34-37

Day 10 (Oct 3rd)

  • Sumer – Chart
  • Essay Assignment – Compare and Contrast Egypt and Sumer – Due on Friday 10/12
  • HW:  Key Questions #7-8

Day 11 (Oct 4th)

  • Code of Hammurabi (Group work)
  • HW: Read text pp. 38-44

Day 12 (Oct 5th)

  • Mesopotamian Cultures
  • HW:  (a) Answer Key Questions #9-11  (b) Work on Key Terms – Due Wed. 10/10)
  • Read text pp. 45-47

Day 13 (Oct 9th)

  • Hebrews
  • HW: Answer Key Questions # 12-13

Day 14 (Oct 10th)

  • Exam Review
  • Key Terms Due

Day 15 (Oct 11th)

  • Exam Chapter 2
  • ESSAY DUE TOMORROW
  • LATE ESSAYS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
  • HW:  Read text pp. 52-44


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Chapter One

Toward Civilization (Prehistory – 3000 B.C)


Key Terms:

1. Geography

2. Latitude

3. Longitude

4. Prehistory

5. Anthropology

6. Culture

7. Archaeology

8. Artifact

9. Technology

10. Historian

11. Civilization

12. Surplus

13. Polytheistic

14. Artisan

15. Pictogram

16. Scribe

17. City-state

18. Empire

19. Cultural Diffusion

20. Paleolithic Age

21. Neolithic age/Neolithic revolution

22. Nomad

23. Animism

24. Mary and Louis Leakey


Key Questions:

1.  How are geography and history linked?

2.  How do anthropologists and archaeologists find out about the past?

3.  How do historians try to reconstruct the past?

4.  What was life like for Paleolithic or Old Stone age people?

5.  Why was the Neolithic agricultural revolution a turning point in history?

6.  What can we learn about the religious beliefs of early people?

7.  How and where did the first cities emerge?

8.  What are the basic features of civilization?

9.  How do cultures spread and change?


Calendar:

Day 1 (Sep 4th)

  • Welcome back
  • Book distribution

Day 2 (Sep 5th)

  • Syllabus
  • Geography worksheet – continents, bodies of water, latitude and longitude
  • Read pp. 6-10

Day 3 (Sep 6th)

  • Geography and History
  • Themes of Geography
  • Prehistory
  • Anthropology/Archaeology/Historian
  • H.W:  Reading – The Source – answer all questions
  • Read pp. 11-14

Day 4 (Sep 7th)

  • Paleolithic/Neolithic Age
  • Reading - Cave paintings – answer all questions
  • H.W: Read pp. 15-19 and work on completing Key Term Index Cards (they will be graded)

Day 5 (Sep 10th)

  • Video - Stories From The Stone Age: Daily Bread  You Tube 

Day 6 (Sep 11th)

  • Features of Civilization
  • All Key Terms  Flash Cards are due

Day 7 (Sep 12th)

  • Review for Exam
  • Be able to answer the 9 Key Questions

Day 8 (Sep 13th)

  • Chapter One Exam – Multiple Choice, map, short answer
  • BRING PEN, PENCIL, and PAPER


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Chapter One Exam Review


What is culture?  Identify key features of Culture

Five Themes of geography

Latitude

Longitude

Why is geography important to history?

Prehistory-

River Valley Civilizations – Why did early civilizations develop there?

Irrigation-

Culture-

Cultural Diffusion –

Paleolithic Age & Neolithic Age

  • Lifestyle
  • Roles of men and women
  • Technology

What was the difference between the two?

How did the development of farming change the way people lived?

How do we know that early man believed in an afterlife?

Why did the first governments form?

Division of Labor

Agriculture

Geography

Artifact

Archeology

Describe the Eight Features of Civilization