Friday, September 30, 2016

The Spread of Islam in the 7th and 8th centuries - 9/30/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: Why did Islam spread as quickly as it did in the 7th and 8th centuries?

HW: Read 3:3 and complete the 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Guide. Prepare for an open-note Chapter 3 Quiz next Wednesday when we return from Fall Break.

AGENDA:
  • Celebrate the Joy of Reading - YouTube video
  • Finish My Five Personal Pillars - Due today. Instructions are all in Google Classroom.
  • Walk-Through of Sites of Encounter - calling students up to my desk
  • Read 3:3 and prepare for an open-note quiz on all of Chapter 3 on Wednesday

Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions - back of "Crash Course" notes
13. Presidential Debate Guide and Evaluation
My Personal Pillars - assignment completed on Google Classroom
14. Five #iCANHELP takeaways - back of "Crash Course" notes
15. Chapter 3, Section 3 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Continuing My Five Personal Pillars - 9/29/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: Why did Islam spread as quickly as it did in the 7th and 8th centuries?

HW: Work on "My Five Personal Pillars" assignment in Google Classroom. It is due TOMORROW, Friday, 9/30. It can be completed on Google Classroom OR on paper, so no technology is required!

AGENDA:
  • #iCANHELP - What are five "takeaway" lessons we got from today's presentation from Kim Karr?
  • Finish My Five Personal Pillars - Today you will create a drawing the represents your Five Personal Pillars. Just like the Five Pillars of Islam, or the Six Pillars of Character from the Character Counts program, "My Five Personal Pillars" should be beliefs or practices that guide your life. Instructions are all in Google Classroom.

Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions - back of "Crash Course" notes
13. Presidential Debate Guide and Evaluation
My Personal Pillars - assignment completed on Google Classroom
14. Five #iCANHELP takeaways - back of "Crash Course" notes

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

My Personal Pillars - 9/28/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: Why did Islam spread as quickly as it did in the 7th and 8th centuries?

HW: Work on "My Five Personal Pillars" assignment in Google Classroom. It is due Friday, 9/30. It can be completed on Google Classroom OR on paper, so no technology is required!

AGENDA:
  • Presidential Debate: Who Won? - Last ten minutes of class: who won Monday night's debate? Support your argument with evidence.
  • In Crash Course World History: Islam, let's review Question #5--the Five Pillars of Islam. There is a great video (aimed at slightly younger kids) here. You may or may not watch this as a class today, but feel free to watch it on your own time. It's very helpful, and they have cool British accents!
  • My Five Personal Pillars - Today you will create a drawing the represents your Five Personal Pillars. Just like the Five Pillars of Islam, or the Six Pillars of Character from the Character Counts program, "My Five Personal Pillars" should be beliefs or practices that guide your life. Instructions are all in Google Classroom.
  • If we have time today: "I Wonder..." Look at the map above (click HERE to enlarge). On the back of your "Crash Course: Islam" notes, write down three "I Wonder" statements about the map. Look at it carefully. What questions do you have? What do you wonder about? What seems interesting or unusual about the map. Ask good, thoughtful questions about the map. You will start silently and individually, then you will talk to a partner sitting near you.
Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions - back of "Crash Course" notes
13. Presidential Debate Guide and Evaluation
My Personal Pillars - assignment completed on Google Classroom
14. "I Wonder..." Islamic Empire Conquest Map - back of "Crash Course" notes

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Sites of Encounter and Presidential Debate Catch-Up Day - 9/27/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What are sites of encounter? What role did they play in 7th century Arabia, and what role do they play today?

HW: Watch last night's Presidential Debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Use the resources I shared in the agenda below. Complete the Presidential Debate Guide and Evaluation while you watch. It is due TOMORROW.

AGENDA:
Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions
13. Presidential Debate Guide and Evaluation

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Presidential Debate TONIGHT - 9/26/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What are sites of encounter? What role did they play in 7th century Arabia, and what role do they play today?

HW: Watch tonight's Presidential Debate (6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time) between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Watch with your family, if possible. It will be available on nearly all major broadcast networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX) as well as C-SPAN, FOX News, CNN, MSNBC on television and streaming live online. Shortly after the debate concludes, it will be available to stream on the C-SPAN website, if you missed watching it live. Complete the Presidential Debate Guide and Evaluation while you watch. It is due on WEDNESDAY. Students who don't have TV or Internet access at home will be given an alternate way to complete the assignment in class tomorrow.

AGENDA:
Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions
13. Presidential Debate Guide and Evaluation

Friday, September 23, 2016

The Five Pillars - 9/23/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What are sites of encounter? What role did they play in 7th century Arabia, and what role do they play today?

HW: Make sure "Sites of Encounter" and "Crash Course: Islam" notes are complete for Monday.

AGENDA:
Have a Little Faith (A Period only)


  • "Crash Course World History: Islam"
    • Go over answers to front part of handout
    • Watch the video to help you with Question #1
    • Finish "Sites of Encounter" assignment from yesterday. It's in GOOGLE CLASSROOM
  • Start making it a practice to bring earbuds to school; you may use them from time to time in my classroom to get independent work done. I will have earbuds available on Monday.
  • Let's take the last 10 minutes to play Kahoot!
Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions

Thursday, September 22, 2016

BC, AD, BCE, and CE - 9/22/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What are sites of encounter? What role did they play in 7th century Arabia, and what role do they play today?

HW:  Be helpful around your home. Do a chore without being asked, or at least do it the first time after being asked. You must just blow your parent's mind. Also, finish your "Crash Course: Islam" notes.

AGENDA:
Have a Little Faith


  • "Crash Course World History: Islam"
    • Go over answers to front part of handout
    • Watch the video to help you with Question #1
    • Finish "Sites of Encounter" assignment from yesterday. It's in GOOGLE CLASSROOM
  • Start making it a practice to bring earbuds to school; you may use them from time to time in my classroom to get independent work done. I will have earbuds available on Monday.

Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Using Context Clues - 9/22/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What are sites of encounter? What role did they play in 7th century Arabia, and what role do they play today?


HW:  USING CONTEXT CLUES PRACTICE
Pre-read Chapter 3, Section 2 in your textbook. On a separate sheet of paper (or on the back of your "Crash Course World History" handout we did today), use CONTEXT CLUES to define the following terms:
  • Qur'an
  • revelation
  • Hadith
  • core beliefs
  • fasting
  • almsgiving
  • hajj
AGENDA:
  • Context Clues - helping prepare for your homework tonight
  • "Crash Course World History: Islam"
  • Continue "Sites of Encounter" assignment from yesterday. Can't find it? It's in GOOGLE CLASSROOM
  • Start making it a practice to bring earbuds to school; you may use them from time to time in my classroom to get independent work done. I will have earbuds available on Monday.
Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11. Crash Course World History: Islam
12. 3:2 Context Clues Vocabulary Definitions

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Origins of Islam - 9/20/2016

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What are sites of encounter? What role did they play in 7th century Arabia, and what role do they play today?

HW: Be a good person.

AGENDA:
  • Take the 3:1 Quiz
  • Any final Rome/USA presentations today? Today's the last day. Talk to the Tech Chair.
  • Turn in 3:1 Notes (homework from last night)
  • Sites of Encounter - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
3. The Western Empire Collapses
4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
10. Chapter 3, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
Sites of Encounter - assignment completed on Google Classroom
11.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Fact, Opinion, or Belief - 9/19/2016

HW: Read Chapter 3, Section 1--complete 5-4-3-2-1 and be ready for an open-note quiz tomorrow
1. Midterm Exam finish up written portion TOMORROW at lunch
2. How to put a Chromebook back properly
3. BrainPop - "Religion"
4. Fact, Opinion, or Belief?



By the end of this week, students will:
  • Be able to explain the difference between a fact, a belief, and an opinion
  • Be able to identify and discuss the geography of the Arabian peninsula
  • Know what a Semitic religion is, and understand the difference between polytheism and monotheism
  • Be able to explain the origins of Islam
  • Understand the Five Pillars of Islam



    Thursday, September 15, 2016

    Exam Tomorrow! - 9/16/2016

    ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: Are you ready for tomorrow's exam?
    HW: Study for tomorrow's Q1 Midterm Exam - STUDY GUIDE HERE

    AGENDA:

    • BLTN Basket and returning work back to you

    • What's up with the drawer with the green dots? And what does that have to do with the SAT?
    • Any final Rome/USA presentations today? Talk to the Tech Chair to get yours all ready to go for this period. Deadline is tomorrow.
    • Turn in your PROJECT EVALUATION AND FEEDBACK form by tomorrow as well so I can give you a grade for your Rome/USA presentation
    • Take some time at the end of this period to begin your Study Guide; we will go over it tomorrow in preparation for your EXAM tomorrow
    • QUESTIONS?
      • Take 10 minutes to go through your notes, Study Guide, everything we have learned in the last five weeks.
      • Determine what it is you're still curious about. What confuses you? What do you need more clarification on? This room, right here, right now, is the best place to ask questions of your peers and your teacher.
      • Smart people ask questions, so start asking.
    Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
    1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
    2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    3. The Western Empire Collapses
    4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
    7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
    8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
    9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes

    Wednesday, September 14, 2016

    Studying for the Q1 Midterm Exam - 9/14/2016

    ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What is the LEGACY of Rome? What do you want your LEGACY to be?

    HW: Study for Friday's Q1 Midterm Exam - STUDY GUIDE HERE

    AGENDA:

    • Turn in your 1:4 5-4-3-2-1 Homework
    • Any final Rome/USA presentations today? Talk to the Tech Chair to get yours all ready to go for this period
    • Go over front and back of The Twelve Tables
    • Take some time at the end of this period to begin your Study Guide; we will go over it tomorrow in preparation for your EXAM ON FRIDAY

    Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
    1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
    2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    3. The Western Empire Collapses
    4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
    7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
    8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source

    9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes

    Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    The Twelve Tables - 9/13/2016

    ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What is the LEGACY of Rome? What do you want your LEGACY to be?

    HW
    Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes

    • Go over the FRONT side of The Twelve Tables
    • Read The Twelve Tables PRIMARY SOURCE
    • Rome's Lasting Legacy in the United States: “The Twelve Tables
      • On the Twelve Tables intro, make sure you underline all the academic vocabulary terms that may be challenging to you, or to the average seventh grader
      • Complete both front and back
      • On the PRIMARY SOURCE, ask questions of the text. Ask three questions on each side, and then find out the answers from your peers or from Mr. Ippolito
    Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
    2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    3. The Western Empire Collapses
    4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
    7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
    8. The Twelve Tables - worksheet and primary source
    9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes

    Monday, September 12, 2016

    What's your legacy? - 9/12/2016

    ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What is the LEGACY of Rome? What do you want your LEGACY to be?

    HW
    Prepare for our Q1 Midterm Exam on Friday
    Tomorrow's HW: Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
    • Switch Tech Chairs today
    • Explain what Q&I means
    • How to use the Table of Contents
    • Turn in Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
    • On the back of The Twelve Tables, answer these two questions Q&I:
      • What does the word LEGACY mean?
      • What do you want your LEGACY to be?
    • Rome's Lasting Legacy in the United States: “The Twelve Tables
      • On the Twelve Tables intro, make sure you underline all the academic vocabulary terms that may be challenging to you, or to the average seventh grader
    • HOMEWORK: Finish “The Twelve Tables"


                  Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                  1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
                  2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  3. The Western Empire Collapses
                  4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
                  7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
                  8. The Twelve Tables
                  9. Chapter 1, Section 4 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes

                  Thursday, September 8, 2016

                  Remembering 9/11 - 9/9/2016

                  ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What is the LEGACY of Rome?

                  HW: Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism (due Monday)
                  MR. IPPOLITO IS NOT HERE TODAY. HERE IS MY SUB PLAN:
                  1. No Chromebooks are needed today for history. The Tech Chairs will help turn on the projector and handle all technology. The entire agenda with all links is on MrIppolito.com.
                  2. Students will start by watching the 9/11 video on Brainpop.
                  3. Then, they will continue by listening to and reading President George W. Bush’s speech on 9/11 and answering the questions on the back of that page.-- DOWNLOAD HANDOUT HERE
                  4. Please give students about 10 minutes time to respond individually.
                  5. Then your guest teacher will lead a discussion about the answers to the questions.
                  6. Students may take the rest of the period to either finish their “Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism” from yesterday, or work on “The Twelve Tables,” which we will continue in class on Monday.
                  7. HOMEWORK: Finish “Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism” and prepare to turn that in on Monday. - Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism Handout
                  Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                  1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
                  2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  3. The Western Empire Collapses
                  4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
                  7. 9/11 Reading and Activity
                  8. The Twelve Tables

                  Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism - 9/8/2016

                  ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: What is the LEGACY of the Roman Empire?

                  HW: Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism (due Monday)
                  1. Take the 1:2/1:3 Quiz
                  2. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism
                  Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                  1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
                  2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  3. The Western Empire Collapses
                  4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  6. Marcus Aurelius and Stoicism

                  Tuesday, September 6, 2016

                  Presenting USA/Rome Projects - 9/6-7/2016

                  ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: Did Rome actually "fall"? How are the United States and the Roman Empire similar or different?

                  HW: Prepare for a 1:3 reading quiz tomorrow (open note)
                  1. Finish Rome/USA Presentations and turn in your Project Evaluation and Feedback Form when you finish
                  2. There is a STRONG possibility there will be a 1:3 quiz tomorrow, and possibly some bonus questions based on our presentations 
                  Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

                  1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
                  2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  3. The Western Empire Collapses
                  4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  5. Chapter 1, Section 3 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes

                  Friday, September 2, 2016

                  Beginning Rome/USA Presentations - 9/2/2016

                  ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: Did Rome actually "fall"? How are the United States and the Roman Empire similar or different?

                  HW: Finish your Rome/USA project on Google Slides and be prepared to present on Tuesday. Your group leader should attach and click TURN IN before class begins on Tuesday.
                  1. Teaching you how to attach a file and TURN IN using Google Classroom
                  2. Finish working on presentations
                  3. ONE group will present at the end of the period today
                  Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                  1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
                  2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  3. The Western Empire Collapses
                  4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  5. 

                  Thursday, September 1, 2016

                  Finishing Rome/USA Projects - 9/1/2016

                  ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS/BIG IDEAS: Did Rome actually "fall"? How are the United States and the Roman Empire similar or different?

                  HW: Keep working on your Rome/USA project on Google Slides.
                  • Let's briefly go over the grading/evaluation sheet you picked up when you walked in
                  • You will have about 15 minutes left in class today to work on your project
                  • We will have one presentation today
                  • We will have the remaining presentations tomorrow
                  Q1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                  1. Causes of Death--Roman Emperors
                  2. Chapter 1, Section 1 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes
                  3. The Western Empire Collapses
                  4. Chapter 1, Section 2 - 5-4-3-2-1 Reading Notes