We were supposed to do a DBQ today, but so many people came unprepared I was forced to give work-time...which will hurt us if it continues. Pick up the pace folks, plan ahead, and get stuff done! Check GDrive for "daily slides" if you want specifics of what's due, etc. Please come back tomorrow more ready to go! - Bags
Fri. 2/26 - Review discussion of Freemanpedia's "Around the World in 80 Days" (days 80-76) and work-time on LT Projects. HW: LT Projects, LT Notes and both Study Guides (see Slides for details).
Tue. 2/23 - Quick team meeting, then we examined the U.S., Japan, Russia, China, and the Ottoman Empire during the 1800s. HW: use arrows below to explore the "Daily Screens" for specific dates, etc.
Mon. 2/22 - Quick team meeting, and then Primary/Secondary Source Analysis work-time! HW: Lots due tomorrow, will you be done? Use arrows to flip thru "Daily Slides" for details.
Fri. 2/12 thru Thur. 2/18 - LT Projects and Study Guides on the Atlantic and Industrial Revolutions! See the Daily Slides below for details! Get your work done and recharge... Brace yourselves, the Test is Coming in 89 Days!
Thur. 2/11 - LT Project Assignments and Primary Source Analysis for the "Atlantic Revolutions Study Guide"
Tue. 2/9 - Crash Course on the American and French Revolutions via prior knowledge, 2 videos, and lots and lots of discussion! Flip through the Daily Slides and files below to see specifics of what we did!
American Rev. Crash Course and the Video Guide we completed today!
French Revolution Crash Course and Video Guide we completed today!
Mon. 2/8 - World Population as History (video/ entry task) and Unit #5 Ch. 29 "Atlantic Revolutions" Study Guide Work-time (collected at end of class). See "Daily Slides" below for specifics. HW: Our World Story Notes are due at start of class tomorrow
World Population Video we discussed as part of the entry task. Lots of connections to AP World, in fact essentially a timeline of the course!
Joe Baginski, AP World History Teacher