Hi guys, still sick...I hope you're all taking good care of yourselves! Today, you'll be taking some notes as an assignment in your notebook from the PPT below, and then you can work on anything you may need to catch up on (including the webquest assignment if you haven't sent that to my firstname.lastname@example.org email yet). HW for this weekend is to read chapter 9, section 2 and complete the reading guide attached below. Make sure that for Monday you've read Ch. 9, Sections 1 and 2 from your text in preparation for next week. Stay healthy and get some rest this weekend! --Mrs. Krnich
Hi guys, I have the flu...I'm so sorry to be out this long, and appreciate your understanding and flexibility as I try to get well. Today, you should finish your webquest from yesterday and when complete email it to me at email@example.com. When you do, your next assignment is to use your notebook to make a notesheet that looks like the PDF attached below to take notes on the PPT that can be found using this link:
Then, on the back side of those notes in your notebook, answer the questions after you've read about Otto Von Bismark from the PDF attached below (just format it on your nb page like the last sheet of the document).
HW: Read Ch. 9, Section 1 in your textbook on the Industrial Revolution.
Hi WH, I'm still feeling pretty awful, so I'll be out again today. You'll be working on the webquest below; use the links in the document to answer the questions. You may type directly on the document, but do not copy and paste your responses--they should be in your own words. Once complete, you may email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your flexibility and understanding as I try to get better! --Mrs. Krnich
Hi WH, I'm home sick :( Today, you are to work on and turn in your 'Anatomy of a Revolution' CW assignment we started yesterday together. Leave it with your sub upon completion. See yesterday's post for links to complete it if you forgot where to find them :) I expect you to be working diligently and respectfully throughout the period today.
Thanks for your understanding and flexibility. --Mrs. Krnich
*Note: I was out on Friday, 1/19; you had group project work time together with your sub...see me if you have questions*
Do Now: PPT slide on Bolivar
Anatomy of a Revolution
Do Now: As a review of our discussion yesterday, describe two aspects of the Colonial system during the age of Latin American revolutions.
Crash Course: LAR w/viewing questions
Started L'Ouverture Comic assignment (use links below as well as reading); due Monday
HW: Comic assignment due Monday
Do Now: PPT Slide (see me)
Completed Latin American Revolutions PPT w/ notesheet
HW: Monroe Doctrine Review (see me for handout)
Do Now: Use pg. 154 in the green class set of textbooks to answer the following:
1) What did liberals want in the early 1800s? What did conservatives want? Which set of ideas shaped Latin American Revolutions?
2) Why was the Glorious Revolution 'glorious'?
3) What did the Meiji Restoration restore?
4) How did Muhammad Reza Pahlavi oppress the people of Iran?
Worked on Latin American Revolutions Reading Frame (see attached)
HW: Finish RF if not done in class
Do-Now: Do you identify more as an American, a Californian, or as your country of origin or family's country of origin (either recently or historically)? Why?
Worked on/completed Holes in the Vienna Umbrella CW
HW: Congress of Vienna Reading/Chart--see me for handout; finish CW if not completed in class
Do Now: Using your knowledge from yesterday, describe the Congress of Vienna and its purpose in one sentence.
'IICCTW' Project Work
HW: Hyperdoc due tomorrow
Use the posts to keep yourself up-to-date on the happenings in our class.