Due to even shorter class periods than initially thought we will be unable to take the Unit 3 Exam tomorrow. It will now take place Thursday. Please text, tweet, email, and call your friends to make sure they know about this postponement.
See you tomorrow, get some sleep. We'll review and start next unit a bit tomorrow.
Apologies (and/or you're welcome).
Bags & Bopp
Monday 10/19: Quiz:15 minutes. You may use notes, LT’s.Ban Zhao. Read, analyze POV, answer questions. Due tomorrow. Remember-unit exam is the 26th.
RE Getafive: Hereafter, if you are not registered in the proper class AND watched it on your own account AND taken the quiz, there will be no credit. To register, go to www.getafive.com and use these codes to join your class:
Tuesday 10/20: Ban Zhao: write a statement indicating her POV. No more than one sentence. On your trade route maps, locate the cities whose locations, empires and significance you must know for the exam and the states/empires identified in 2.2 I as well as the trade routes in 2.3 I If you don’t know what they are, check Key Concept 2.2 I and IIIA.
Getafive join code:
Unit 1 exam Thursday
Work on LT’s chapters 5 and 6.
Part 1: Bridging World History Unit 6 video: www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=2149 Discussion at end; as you watch, respond to the following questions in Cornell-Avid fashion:
Part 2: Groups of 3: each group will present for 5 minutes on assigned LT’s. present tomorrow (5 minute limit). Include-complete answer, one relevant image/artifact representative of the era.
Have a great night.
Examine this image- break it down into its parts. What is it made of, what is it?
Write two level two or 3 questions about it.
You have two primary source documents-written originally on oracle bones.
Read them, explicitly run through the APPARTS analysis, answer the questions, and find the relevant learning targets in which to put the information and add the information. Write 2 level three or two questions about each. I will give you 30 minutes, we will then discuss them and your questions.
Read the Religion and World view handout:
1. Which of these belief systems-ancestral rites and divinization do you think might continue to the modern era?
2. How might these have helped maintain order?
3. At least two level 2 or 3 questions.
Which themes do these handouts concern? Why? Be specific as to sub part. See which LT’s these help answer and insert the information there.
Complete chapter 4 LT’s tonight.
Tuesday 9/8: Complete grit posters-about 20 minutes. Then-get with your day 1 groups and continue to work on the frameworks from this unit.
Signup for Getafive.com
1. Visit getafive.com and click on "I'm a student".
2. On the students page, choose "AP World History".
3. On the AP World History page, click on the "Enroll now" button.
4. Create an account or log in if you're already signed up.
5. You're now in your personal Study Room.
6. Click on the "Join a Class" tab on the left and enter this code: WALQLGX
HW: Your homework tonight is to register for getafive, watch the other two Unit 1 videos (8000 BCE-600 BCE. As you watch, get as much information as you can about the Key Concepts and put that into the chart you have. Take the quizzes at the end of each video.
Wednesday 9/9: We start working on learning targets today. In particular in the first 2 APWH Eras (8000 BCE - 600 BCE and 600 BCE - 600 CE) there is a lot of material in the textbook that is not part of what the Key Concepts. Work in groups of maximum of 3. Use your notes from Getafive, Crash Course, your prior knowledge and the textbook.
For your Cornell notes:
In your Cornell note form, write the LT’s. Watch the Angela Duckworth video and take notes. We will practice the process with the video. After the video, we will have a chalk talk. The cool thing about a chalk talk is that no one speaks-it is totally silent. This is the process:
Have a great night!
Welcome to AP World. We will do the syllabus stuff later this week. Today, in the short time we have, we will start the first unit by using what you and your classmates already know. I will put you into groups with at least one person who had had Human Geography and Big History.
Do this with your group:
Be prepared to continue down this "prior-knowledge" path tomorrow.
Have a great night, and welcome to AP World History, it is quite an adventure.