Monday, November 19, 2018

HIST7 - November 19, 2018


ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: What are the main ideas of the three belief systems of China?

HW: Be grateful. Be kind.

AGENDA:
  1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
  2. Leadership-Based Electives - what they are and what you need to know
    1. ASB
    2. Yearbook
    3. RioTV
  3. 10:1 and 10:2 Quiz - CLICK HERE
  4. Developing Relationships of Trust - CLICK HERE
  5. Three Belief Systems of China
    1. Handout HERE
    2. Slideshow presentation HERE
  6. The Great Thanksgiving Listen - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
    Q2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
    1. African Proverbs
    2. 5:1 Reading notes
    3. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa
    4. 5:2 Reading Notes
    5. Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
    6. Adinkra Mat (turned in separately; not in your notes)
    7. Latitude and Longitude - HANDOUT HERE
    8. Sundiata: The Lion King of Mali
    9. Sundiata: What Comes Next (submitted electronically)
    10. Reading notes 10:1
    11. Reading notes 10:2
    12. The Great Thanksgiving Listen - GOOGLE CLASSROOM

      Friday, November 16, 2018

      HIST8 - November 16, 2018

      HW: Continue to work on your Digital Interactive Notebook assignment (due Wednesday).

      AGENDA:
      1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
      2. Ralph Breaks the Internet OPENING NIGHT at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood
        1. Wednesday, November 21
        2. Tickets are only $12
        3. It's a family activity (your family is responsible for transportation)
        4. Mr. Ippolito and his family will be there
        5. Over 40 Rio Norte students and their family members already going!
        6. More info for your parent/guardian - CLICK HERE
      3. For Period 2 - We still need to talk about Federalist 10
      4. Constitution Digital Interactive Notebook - ASSIGNMENT IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM
        1. Work at your own pace
        2. Choose your own partner today! 
        3. Remember, try to complete 2-3 pages per day
      5. Powers of Government - HANDOUT HERE
        1. VIDEO: TED-Ed: How is power divided in the United States government?
        2. VIDEO: Crash Course: Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances
        3. Another good video (it's a little older, but still good!) - NBC News Three Branches of Government
        4. If you finish early: 
          1. Work on your Digital Interactive Notebook or...
          2. on your USCIS Civics Exam - HANDOUT HERE





      Q2 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
      1. 3:2 Reading Notes
      2. Washington Irving and the Literature of Early America - HANDOUT HERE
      3. Midterm Research - HANDOUT HERE
      4. Midterm Election Night Tracker - HANDOUT HERE
      5. Constitutional Convention - READING HERE and HANDOUT HERE
      6. 3:3 Reading Notes
      7. The Federalist Papers - P1 HANDOUT - P2 HANDOUT
      8. Constitution Digital Interactive Notebook - ASSIGNMENT IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM
      9. USCIS Civics Exam - HANDOUT HERE
      10. Powers of Government - HANDOUT HERE

      Thursday, November 15, 2018

      HIST7 - November 15, 2018


      ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: What was unique about each of the dynasties of medieval China?

      HW: Read 10:2. Prepare for a possible GAME SHOW quiz on Monday.

      AGENDA:
      1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
      2. 10:1 Quiz - CLICK HERE WHEN GIVEN PERMISSION BY MR IPPOLITO
      3. Three Belief Systems of China
        1. Handout HERE
        2. Slideshow presentation HERE
      4. The Great Thanksgiving Listen - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
        Q2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
        1. African Proverbs
        2. 5:1 Reading notes
        3. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa
        4. 5:2 Reading Notes
        5. Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
        6. Adinkra Mat (turned in separately; not in your notes)
        7. Latitude and Longitude - HANDOUT HERE
        8. Sundiata: The Lion King of Mali
        9. Sundiata: What Comes Next (submitted electronically)
        10. Reading notes 10:1
        11. Reading notes 10:2

        Wednesday, November 14, 2018

        HIST8 - November 14, 2018

        HW: Complete your Federalist Papers assignment (due Friday). In your assignment, make sure you demonstrate that you understand the core principle of at least TWO of the Federalist Papers we studied.

        AGENDA:
        1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
        2. Federalist Papers - P1 HANDOUT - P2 HANDOUT
        3. Constitution Digital Interactive Notebook - ASSIGNMENT IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM
          1. Work at your own pace
          2. I will strongly recommend completing 2-3 pages per day
        4. USCIS Civics Exam - HANDOUT HERE
          1. The questions on this Civics Exam are the exact questions from the real USCIS Naturalization process - more info and resources here
          2. This exam Civics Exam will be part of your Q2 Final Exam next month
        5. Hamilton Animatics - PLAYLIST HERE
          1. Not an assignment, just available if you're curious about the musical
        Q2 HIST8 TABLE OF CONTENTS
        1. 3:2 Reading Notes
        2. Washington Irving and the Literature of Early America - HANDOUT HERE
        3. Midterm Research - HANDOUT HERE
        4. Midterm Election Night Tracker - HANDOUT HERE
        5. Constitutional Convention - READING HERE and HANDOUT HERE
        6. 3:3 Reading Notes
        7. The Federalist Papers - P1 HANDOUT - P2 HANDOUT
        8. Constitution Digital Interactive Notebook - ASSIGNMENT IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM
        9. USCIS Civics Exam - HANDOUT HERE

        Tuesday, November 13, 2018

        HIST7 - November 13, 2018


        ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: What lessons can we learn from stories like the one about Sundiata?

        HW: Read 10:1. Prepare for an open-note quiz.

        HW: FINISH SUNDIATA: WHAT COMES NEXT? - See the description on last week's agenda. Your grade will be based on critical thinking, use of vocabulary, and visual appeal. For this assignment, you will need to:
        • Use and highlight FIVE challenging academic vocabulary words from the Sundiata text
        • Demonstrate that you understand the MEANING of each of the five words you use
        • Demonstrate that you know how to use Word Art
        • Demonstrate that you know how to use drop shadow
        • Demonstrate that you know how to use font, color, and contrast to make text easy to read
        • Use the Widescreen 16:9 format in Page Setup
        • Download your work as a PNG file, then upload it as an attachment and email it to rippolito.history@blogger.com; in the subject line, include YOUR first and last name(s) and your class period
        AGENDA:
        1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
        2. Sundiata: The Lion King of Mali - What comes next?
          1. Your story should already be finished
          2. Mr. Ippolito will show you how to format your text
          3. Mr. Ippolito will show you how to submit your finished product to our classroom blog
        3. Adinkra Mat presentations
          Q2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
          1. African Proverbs
          2. 5:1 Reading notes
          3. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa
          4. 5:2 Reading Notes
          5. Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
          6. Adinkra Mat (turned in separately; not in your notes)
          7. Latitude and Longitude - HANDOUT HERE
          8. Sundiata: The Lion King of Mali
          9. Sundiata: What Comes Next (submitted electronically)