Wednesday, October 31, 2018

HIST7 - October 31, 2018

ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: How can we apply the wisdom of African proverbs to our everyday life?
HW: Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide (due Friday)

AGENDA:
  1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
  2. Mankind: The Story of All of Us - The Salt-Gold Trade in Africa
    1. Mankind: The Story of All of Us VIDEO - start 1:10; stop at 12:10
    2. (note there will be images of plague victims from 2:20 to 2:41)
  3. Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
  4. Continue working on your Adinkra Mat (due Tuesday)

  5. ADINKRA MAT PROJECT DIRECTIONS
      1. Choose your favorite proverb from the list of African Proverbs you already have
      2. Check out the Adinkra symbols HERE or HERE. You'll choose a minimum of four symbols.
      3. Create a ROUGH DRAFT of your Adinkra mat in your notebook or on scratch paper. You should include your proverb in large print in the middle of your mat, surrounded by Adinkra symbols. There should be at least 4 different types of Adinkra symbols on your mat, and a minimum of 12 Adinkra symbols total. You may repeat symbols, if you wish, or you can have 12 different symbols.
      4. Take a piece of cardstock from the basket (I ask that each student take only one piece of cardstock). I strongly urge you to trace in pencil before making anything permanent.
      5. Create the FINAL DRAFT of your Adinkra mat, including at least four different colors. Looking for inspiration for your design? Do a Google Images search for "African cloth" or "African patterns"
      6. Next week you will present your Adinkra mat, including an explanation of why you chose your proverb, what your proverb means to you, why you chose your Adinkra symbols, and what each symbol means. The grading rubric will look like this:

      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)

      HIST8 - October 31, 2018

      https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9d/Scene_at_the_Signing_of_the_Constitution_of_the_United_States.jpg/1280px-Scene_at_the_Signing_of_the_Constitution_of_the_United_States.jpg

      HW: Finish the Washington Irving assignment, front and back.

      AGENDA:
      1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
      2. Washington Irving and the Literature of Early America - HANDOUT HERE
      TABLE OF CONTENTS
      1. 3:2 Reading Notes
      2. Washington Irving and the Literature of Early America - HANDOUT HERE

      Tuesday, October 30, 2018

      HIST7 - October 30, 2018

      ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: How can we apply the wisdom of African proverbs to our everyday life?
      HW: Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide

      AGENDA:
      1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
      2. 5:1/5:2 Game Show Quiz - CLICK HERE
      3. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa - REVIEW HANDOUT
      4. Kingdoms of West Africa Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
      5. What is the history of Adinkra?
      6. Begin the Adinkra Mat
      7. If we have time: Mankind: The Story of All of Us
        1. Mankind: The Story of All of Us VIDEO - start 1:10; stop at 12:10
        2. (note there will be images of plague victims from 2:20 to 2:41)
        ADINKRA MAT PROJECT DIRECTIONS
          1. Choose your favorite proverb from the list of African Proverbs you already have
          2. Check out the Adinkra symbols HERE or HERE. You'll choose a minimum of four symbols.
          3. Create a ROUGH DRAFT of your Adinkra mat in your notebook or on scratch paper. You should include your proverb in large print in the middle of your mat, surrounded by Adinkra symbols. There should be at least 4 different types of Adinkra symbols on your mat, and a minimum of 12 Adinkra symbols total. You may repeat symbols, if you wish, or you can have 12 different symbols.
          4. Take a piece of cardstock from the basket (I ask that each student take only one piece of cardstock). I strongly urge you to trace in pencil before making anything permanent.
          5. Create the FINAL DRAFT of your Adinkra mat, including at least four different colors. Looking for inspiration for your design? Do a Google Images search for "African cloth" or "African patterns"
          6. Next week you will present your Adinkra mat, including an explanation of why you chose your proverb, what your proverb means to you, why you chose your Adinkra symbols, and what each symbol means. The grading rubric will look like this:

          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)

          Monday, October 29, 2018

          HIST8 - October 29, 2018

          https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9d/Scene_at_the_Signing_of_the_Constitution_of_the_United_States.jpg/1280px-Scene_at_the_Signing_of_the_Constitution_of_the_United_States.jpg

          HW: Finish the Washington Irving reading and questions and be prepared for "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" in our next class.

          AGENDA:
          1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
          2. Go over the Unit Exam
          3. 3:2 Reading - Kahoot!
          4. Shays' Rebellion activity - READING AND HANDOUTS HERE
          5. Washington Irving and the literature of early America - HANDOUT HERE and the READING IS HERE

          TABLE OF CONTENTS
          1. 3:2 Reading Notes
          2. Washington Irving and the Literature of Early America - HANDOUT HERE

          Friday, October 26, 2018

          HIST7 - October 26, 2018

          ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: How can we apply the wisdom of African proverbs to our everyday life?
          HW: Read and take notes on 5:2 (possible Game Show Quiz on 5:1/5:2 on TUESDAY)

          AGENDA:
          1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
          2. Secrets to preparing for a quiz
          3. Finish iconoclast presentations
          4. Review African Proverbs Survey (see form below) - RESULTS HERE
          5. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa - REVIEW HANDOUT
          6. Which African proverb inspired that song from The Lion King?
          7. Begin the Adinkra Mat
            1. Finished your mat early? Here's what you can do:
              1. Show it to me to verify you are done. Ask me for a Rubric Sheet to make sure you did everything correctly.
              2. Study 5:1, 5:2, and 5:3 for your Monday quiz
              3. Send a special Halloween card to kids at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
              4. Using evidence--Where did Lady Leshurr shoot her video for "Queen's Speech Ep. 5"?
                1. A prize will go to whoever gets the GPS coordinates the closest!! Submit your response HERE!!

            ADINKRA MAT PROJECT DIRECTIONS

              1. Choose your favorite proverb from the list of African Proverbs you already
              2. Check out the Adinkra symbols HERE or HERE. You'll choose a minimum of four symbols.
              3. Create a ROUGH DRAFT of your Adinkra mat in your notebook or on scratch paper. You should include your proverb in large print in the middle of your mat, surrounded by Adinkra symbols. There should be at least 4 different types of Adinkra symbols on your mat, and a minimum of 12 Adinkra symbols total. You may repeat symbols, if you wish, or you can have 12 different symbols.
              4. Take a piece of cardstock from the basket (I ask that each student take only one piece of cardstock). I strongly urge you to trace in pencil before making anything permanent.
              5. Create the FINAL DRAFT of your Adinkra mat, including at least four different colors. Looking for inspiration for your design? Do a Google Images search for "African cloth" or "African patterns"
              6. Next week you will present your Adinkra mat, including an explanation of why you chose your proverb, what your proverb means to you, why you chose your Adinkra symbols, and what each symbol means. The grading rubric will look like THIS.
              Q2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
              1. African Proverbs
              2. 5:1 Reading notes
              3. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa
              4. Adinkra Mat (turned in separately; not in your notes)

              Thursday, October 25, 2018

              HIST8 - October 25, 2018


              HW: Read and take notes on 3:2
              HW: Finish Naviance Strengths Explorer (DUE MONDAY)

              AGENDA:
              1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
              2. Unit Exam
              CLICK HERE FOR UNIT EXAM
              1. Naviance Strengths Explorer (please listen to instructions before the exam begins)
                1. Username is your eight-digit student ID
                2. Password is your six-digit birthday
              CLICK HERE FOR NAVIANCE
              1. Read and take notes on 3:2
              2. Learn more about Shays' Rebellion by watching "Hip Hughes History" below (correct spelling is SHAYS' REBELLION because his name is Daniel Shays)


              TABLE OF CONTENTS
              1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
              2. Enlightenment Thinkers
              3. The Original Social Contract
              4. The Roots of American Government
              5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
              6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
              7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
              8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
              9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
              10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
              11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
              12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
              13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
              14. Digital Literacy: Digital Footprint Handout
              15. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE
              16. Articles of Confederation: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT and PLACARDS
              17. Articles of Confederation: Situation Cards - HANDOUT
              18. Q1 Final Exam Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE

              Wednesday, October 24, 2018

              Mr. Ippolito's Eighth Grade History Review Session

              HIST7 - October 24, 2018

              ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: How can we apply the wisdom of African proverbs to our everyday life?

              HW: Family involvement piece of "African Proverbs" (DUE FRIDAY)
              HW: Read and take notes on 5:2 (Game Show Quiz on 5:1/5:2 on TUESDAY)

              AGENDA:
              1. Welcome, Attendance, and the appropriate way to behave when a sub is here
              2. 5:1 Quiz - CLICK HERE
              3. Review African Proverbs - HANDOUT HERE
              4. Fill out African Proverbs Survey (see form below) - RESULTS HERE
              5. Send a Halloween card to a kid who would love to hear from you! CLICK HERE to send an e-card to a child at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
              6. Crash Course World History: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa
              7. Which African proverb inspired this song from The Lion King?



                Q2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                1. African Proverbs
                2. 5:1 Reading notes

                Tuesday, October 23, 2018

                HIST8 - October 23, 2018


                HW: Complete your Study Guide and prepare for the Unit Exam on Thursday.


                AGENDA:
                1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                2. Pick up your EXAM STUDY GUIDE
                3. Reading Quiz 3:1 (if needed)
                4. Review for the Unit Exam - Quizlet Live!
                  TABLE OF CONTENTS
                  1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                  2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                  3. The Original Social Contract
                  4. The Roots of American Government
                  5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                  6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                  7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                  8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                  9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                  10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                  11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                  12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                  13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                  14. Digital Literacy: Digital Footprint Handout
                  15. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE
                  16. Articles of Confederation: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT and PLACARDS
                  17. Articles of Confederation: Situation Cards - HANDOUT
                  18. Q1 Final Exam Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE

                  Monday, October 22, 2018

                  HIST7 - October 22, 2018

                  ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: How can we apply the wisdom of African proverbs to our everyday life?

                  HW: Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 1 (5:1). Prepare for a reading quiz next class.

                  HW: Family involvement piece of "African Proverbs" (DUE FRIDAY)

                  AGENDA:
                  1. Welcome, Attendance, and Good Things!
                  2. Seating Chart - the SURVEY is available now; new seating chart begins as early as Wednesday
                  3. African Proverbs - HANDOUT HERE and slideshow below; make sure to examine each African proverb carefully. You will be choosing one for a special project in a few days.
                  4. Read and take notes on 5:1. Reading quiz next class.
                  5. Finish your African Proverbs and your 5:1 reading? Considering sending a Halloween card to a kid who would love to hear from you! CLICK HERE to send an e-card to a child at Children's Hospital Los Angeles




                  Q2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                  1. African Proverbs
                  2. 5:1 Reading notes

                  Friday, October 19, 2018

                  HIST8 - October 19, 2018




                  HW: On the back of your Articles of Confederation Situation Card, answer the following questions, in 3 to 5 complete sentences:
                  "How would you change the Articles of Confederation to fix the problem on your Situation Card? Why did you choose this solution?"

                  AGENDA:
                  1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                  2. Reading Quiz 3:1 - GAME SHOW QUIZ
                  3. Review National Treasure homework - STUDY GUIDE
                  4. The Articles of Confederation
                    1. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Under the Articles of Confederation, was the Federal Government able to deal effectively with problems?
                    2. What Were the Articles of Confederation? - VIDEO - Should be done
                    3. GROUP WORK: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT - Should be done
                    4. GROUP WORK: Situation Cards - HANDOUT
                    TABLE OF CONTENTS
                    1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                    2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                    3. The Original Social Contract
                    4. The Roots of American Government
                    5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                    6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                    7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                    8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                    9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                    10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                    11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                    12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                    13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                    14. Digital Literacy: Digital Footprint Handout
                    15. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE
                    16. Articles of Confederation: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT and PLACARDS
                    17. Articles of Confederation: Situation Cards - HANDOUT

                    Thursday, October 18, 2018

                    HIST7 - October 18, 2018

                    HW: Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 1 (5:1) in the textbook. Be prepared for a possible quiz next Wednesday.

                    AGENDA:

                    Q1 Final Exam - CLICK HERE


                    When you finish your exam, you may:
                    • Start on your homework
                    • Fill out the Seating Chart Survey
                    • Use the Chromebook for school-appropriate activities
                      (including my awesome YouTube playlist)
                    • Read a book
                    • Put your head down
                    • Contribute to an environment where everyone can do their best work
                    When you finish your exam, you MAY NOT:
                    • Take out your phone
                    • Talk to anyone
                    • Cause a disruption of any kind
                    AGENDA:
                    1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
                    2. Q1 Final Exam
                    3. Seating Chart Survey - CLICK HERE
                    4. Iconoclast Presentations
                    5. Mr. Ippolito will be gone Monday - here's what to expect
                    6. Remind me--I have a gift from Canada for you at the end of the period
                    TABLE OF CONTENTS:
                    1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
                    2. 1:1 Reading Notes
                    3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
                    4. 1:2 Reading Notes
                    5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
                    6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
                    7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
                    8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
                    9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
                    10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
                    11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                    12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
                    13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
                    14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
                    15. 3:1 Reading Notes
                    16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
                    17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
                    18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                    19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
                    20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE
                    21. Iconoclasts - HANDOUT HERE
                    22. Iconoclasts Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM

                    Wednesday, October 17, 2018

                    HIST8 - October 17, 2018



                    HW: Read and take notes on 3:1. Prepare for a possible reading quiz on Friday.

                    AGENDA:
                    1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                      1. Review National Treasure homework - STUDY GUIDE
                    2. The Articles of Confederation
                      1. What Were the Articles of Confederation? - VIDEO HERE
                      2. GROUP WORK: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT HERE
                      3. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Under the Articles of Confederation, was the Federal Government able to deal effectively with problems?
                      4. GROUP WORK: Situation Cards - HANDOUT HERE
                    3. Last chance to present your Trumbull painting "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]

                      TABLE OF CONTENTS
                      1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                      2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                      3. The Original Social Contract
                      4. The Roots of American Government
                      5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                      6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                      7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                      8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                      9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                      10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                      11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                      12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                      13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                      14. Digital Literacy: Digital Footprint Handout
                      15. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE
                      16. Articles of Confederation: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT HERE
                      17. Read and take notes on 3:1

                      Tuesday, October 16, 2018

                      HIST7 - October 16, 2018


                      HW: Study for Thursday's Final Exam

                      AGENDA:
                      1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
                      2. Another iconoclast - Malala Yousafzai
                        1. Iconoclast Presentations
                        2. HIST7 Q1 Final Exam Study Guide - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                        TABLE OF CONTENTS:
                        1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
                        2. 1:1 Reading Notes
                        3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
                        4. 1:2 Reading Notes
                        5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
                        6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
                        7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
                        8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
                        9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
                        10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
                        11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                        12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
                        13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
                        14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
                        15. 3:1 Reading Notes
                        16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
                        17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
                        18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                        19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
                        20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE
                        21. Iconoclasts - HANDOUT HERE
                        22. Iconoclasts Poster - GOOGLE CLASSROOM

                        Monday, October 15, 2018

                        HIST8 - October 15, 2018


                        HW: National Treasure Study Guide

                        AGENDA:
                        1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                          1. REMINDER: 2:4 Quiz Retake!
                          2. Monday, October 15, at LUNCH TIME!
                          3. Only if you scored LESS than 6.5 out of 8
                          4. NO NOTES!
                          5. Max Score: 80%
                        2. National Treasure - Part III - STUDY GUIDE HERE
                        3. Continue to present your Trumbull painting "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]
                        4. The Articles of Confederation
                          1. What Were the Articles of Confederation? - VIDEO HERE
                          2. GROUP WORK: Gallery Walk - HANDOUT HERE
                          3. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Under the Articles of Confederation, was the Federal Government able to deal effectively with problems?



                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
                          1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                          2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                          3. The Original Social Contract
                          4. The Roots of American Government
                          5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                          6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                          7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                          8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                          9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                          10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                          11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                          12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                          13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                          14. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE

                          Friday, October 12, 2018

                          HIST7 - October 12, 2018


                          HW: Finish Iconoclasts Mini-Poster

                          AGENDA:
                          1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
                          2. Let's get connected on Remind
                            1. Text the word @ippolito5 to the number 81010
                          3. You can also reach me using Google Voice
                            1. (661) 347-4990
                          4. Show me that you know how to log into Infinite Campus TODAY
                          5. Another iconoclast - Malala Yousafzai
                            1. Iconoclasts and Authority Figures CONTINUED - HANDOUT HERE
                            2. Digital Citizenship in the Library - leave at 10:55 a.m.




                            TABLE OF CONTENTS:
                            1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
                            2. 1:1 Reading Notes
                            3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
                            4. 1:2 Reading Notes
                            5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
                            6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
                            7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
                            8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
                            9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
                            10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
                            11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
                            13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
                            14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
                            15. 3:1 Reading Notes
                            16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
                            17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
                            18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
                            20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE

                            Thursday, October 11, 2018

                            HIST8 - October 11, 2018

                            HW: National Treasure Study Guide (complete by end of class on Monday)

                            AGENDA:
                            1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                              1. REMINDER: 2:4 Quiz Retake!
                              2. Monday, October 15, at LUNCH TIME!
                              3. Only if you scored LESS than 6.5 out of 8
                              4. NO NOTES!
                              5. Scoring
                            2. Digital Literacy at the library!
                            3. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE
                            4. Time Permitting, continue Trumbull painting presentations - "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]

                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
                            1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                            2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                            3. The Original Social Contract
                            4. The Roots of American Government
                            5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                            6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                            7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                            8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                            9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                            10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                            11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                            12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                            13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            14. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE

                            Wednesday, October 10, 2018

                            HIST7 - October 10, 2018

                            HW: Finish Iconoclasts Mini-Poster by Friday (you will have an additional 15 minutes of independent work time Friday to finish)
                            AGENDA:
                            1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
                            2. Collect Middle East map
                            3. Review "My Personal Pillars"
                              1. What I thought worked great, and what I loved!
                              2. The lessons you can learn that will make future projects even better
                              3. The surprising habits of original thinkers - VIDEO
                            4. Show me that you know how to log into Infinite Campus TODAY
                            5. Iconoclasts and Authority Figures CONTINUED - HANDOUT HERE


                            TABLE OF CONTENTS:
                            1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
                            2. 1:1 Reading Notes
                            3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
                            4. 1:2 Reading Notes
                            5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
                            6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
                            7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
                            8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
                            9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
                            10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
                            11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
                            13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
                            14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
                            15. 3:1 Reading Notes
                            16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
                            17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
                            18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
                            20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE

                            Tuesday, October 9, 2018

                            HIST8 - October 9, 2018

                            HW: National Treasure Study Guide (complete by end of next class)

                            AGENDA:
                            1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                            2. Any final Year-Long Movie Permission Slips?
                            3. Announce the winners of the Propaganda Poster Contest!!!
                            4. Review the 2:4 Reading Quiz
                            5. Continue Trumbull painting presentations - "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]
                            6. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE

                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
                            1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                            2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                            3. The Original Social Contract
                            4. The Roots of American Government
                            5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                            6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                            7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                            8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                            9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                            10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                            11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                            12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                            13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            14. National Treasure - Part I - STUDY GUIDE HERE

                            Monday, October 8, 2018

                            HIST7 - October 8, 2018

                            HW: Personal Pillars due by 11:59 p.m. today.
                            Finish Middle East Geography Map by Wednesday.
                            AGENDA:
                            1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
                            2. 3:2 and 3:3 Quiz - MULTIPLE CHOICE CLICK HERE
                            3. Once everyone is done, let's go over the quiz
                            4. What is an iconoclast? How is Ibtihaj Muhammad one example of an iconoclast? When is it appropriate to challenge authority? When is it appropriate to defy what people expect of you?
                            5. Iconoclasts and Authority Figures - HANDOUT HERE
                            6. Middle East Geography Map should be finished by Wednesday - HANDOUT HERE


                            TABLE OF CONTENTS:
                            1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
                            2. 1:1 Reading Notes
                            3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
                            4. 1:2 Reading Notes
                            5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
                            6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
                            7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
                            8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
                            9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
                            10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
                            11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
                            13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
                            14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
                            15. 3:1 Reading Notes
                            16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
                            17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
                            18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
                            20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE

                            Friday, October 5, 2018

                            HIST8 - October 5, 2018

                            HW: Watch the news and find out what happens with the Senate and the Supreme Court this weekend.

                            AGENDA:
                            1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                            2. Collect the Year-Long Movie Permission Slip and what happens if you don't turn it in
                            3. The Supreme Court in the news - what's going on?
                              1. The Supreme Court 2018 - HANDOUT HERE
                              2. Watch the last ten minutes of "Our Three Branches of Govt" - CLICK HERE
                            4. Continue to present your Trumbull painting "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]
                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
                            1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                            2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                            3. The Original Social Contract
                            4. The Roots of American Government
                            5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                            6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                            7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                            8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                            9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                            10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                            11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                            12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                            13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            14. The Supreme Court 2018 - HANDOUT HERE

                            Thursday, October 4, 2018

                            HIST7 - October 4, 2018

                            HW: Read 3:2 and 3:3 using the Study Guide provided. Possible quiz on Monday, 10/8. Also, finish your Personal Pillars (due Monday).
                            AGENDA:
                            1. Welcome, attendance, write down your HW
                            2. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
                              • Start by watching 0:00 to 4:50, then stop to answer questions
                              • Review answers to the first set of questions
                              • Continue watching 5:48 to the end
                            3. GoGuardian
                            4. Want to take the 3:1 Quiz? I will give you credit if you get a score that you like! Go for it HERE - please ask Mr. Ippolito for access during the first 5 minutes of independent work time
                            5. My Five Personal Pillars - assignment in Google Classroom
                            6. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE

                            TABLE OF CONTENTS:
                            1. Binder Reminder Scavenger Hunt
                            2. 1:1 Reading Notes
                            3. 1:1 Quiz (Practice Quiz)
                            4. 1:2 Reading Notes
                            5. Causes of Death: Roman Emperors
                            6. Rome’s Legacy in Words: Latin Roots in the English Language
                            7. The Roman Empire: The Western Empire Collapses
                            8. The Roman Empire in Art (answer question at the bottom of "The Western Empire"
                            9. 1:3 Reading Notes and Quiz
                            10. The Legacy of Rome - PRESENTATION HERE and NOTES SHEET HERE
                            11. Show me you know how to use Kwiius - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            12. Rome's Greatest Legacy - Oral Essay (TURN IN USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM)
                            13. Legacy of Rome Quiz
                            14. Fact or Opinion - HANDOUT HERE
                            15. 3:1 Reading Notes
                            16. 3:2 Vocabulary using Context Clues
                            17. Crash Course World History: Islam - HANDOUT HERE
                            18. My Five Personal Pillars - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
                            19. 3:2 and 3:3 Study Guide - HANDOUT HERE
                            20. Middle East Geography Map - HANDOUT HERE

                            Wednesday, October 3, 2018

                            HIST8 - October 3, 2018

                            HW: Complete and return your Year-Long Movie Permission Slips.

                            AGENDA:
                            1. Welcome, attendance, and write down HW in your Binder Reminder
                            2. Quiz Time! Take the 2:4 Reading Quiz
                            3. Declaration of Independence as a Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE
                              1. Complete your Break-Up Letter today
                              2. ASSIGNMENT: Write a break-up letter (see Google Classroom [P1 - P2])
                              3. Want to include an electronic signature on your break-up letter? Use your touch-screen to draw your signature using THIS TOOL (thanks to Naomi Jung for finding this!!)
                            4. Present your Trumbull painting "What Were They Thinking?" [P1 - P2]

                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
                            1. Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader
                            2. Enlightenment Thinkers
                            3. The Original Social Contract
                            4. The Roots of American Government
                            5. Magna Carta - HANDOUT and GLOSSARY OF TERMS
                            6. Examining Passenger Lists - HANDOUTand PASSENGER LISTS
                            7. Causes of the American Revolution - HANDOUT and GALLERY WALK PLACARDS
                            8. The Seven Types of Propaganda - HANDOUT 1 HERE and HANDOUT 2 HERE
                            9. Project: Loyalist or Patriot Propaganda Poster
                            10. Four Interpretations of the Declaration of Independence - HANDOUT HERE
                            11. Declaration of Independence: "What Were They Thinking?" - HANDOUT HERE
                            12. Declaration of Independence: Critical Thinking Questions - HANDOUT HERE
                            13. Declaration of Independence Break-Up Letter - HANDOUT HERE and GOOGLE CLASSROOM