Mon. 10/12 - DBQ "Han & Roman views on technology" focus; discussion about the "Checklist Rubric" and "On the DBQ, the BAR, and the Thesis" handout, and "grouping" practice and discussion
Fri. 10/9 thru Sun. 10/11 - DBQ "Han/Roman Views on Technology" (analysis of Docs, examination of "Sample Essays", "On the DBQ...Bar...and Thesis", and "Instead of Said" readings in DBQ folder on GDrive)
Wonderful, forgiving, hardworking and studious AP World Historians,
Today we examined the DBQ Essay. We will continue tomorrow.
HW - Make sure to finish the first GetAFive DBQ video and the one of POV for tomorrow, all of them by Wednesday (w/1+ pg. of Cornell Notes for each).
Check "Daily Slides" on GoogleDrive for specifics.
Hope to be back on my game tomorrow.
Your Benevolent Dictatorship,
Today we went over Test Correction procedures, timeframe, etc. Then students had the choice to start Test Corrections or to work on LT/Vocab Projects which are due at midnight (inserted into class collection on GoogleDrive).
I want to highlight the fact you all got the highest avg. test scores on the Unit #1 Test ever at Mt. Si...that is reason to keep working not to get cocky. The Unit #1 Test is by far the easiest one given, so keep up the work ethic, and keep being awesome!
Have a great weekend! Be smart, work hard, find some fun and relaxation as well.
No post yesterday, but we started the LT/Vocab Projects. Test Corrections begin tomorrow morning before school (Bags will be there by 7AM), at lunch (Bopp will be there) but not after school (we have to be in meetings). Tomorrow in-class we will introduce "Empire Charts", and the "Test Correction" process and finish LT/Vocab Projects.
Today's Learning Targets...
Joe Baginski, AP World History Teacher