Wednesday, November 28, 2018

HIST7 - November 28, 2018

ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S)/BIG IDEAS: What is the legacy of China and the Mongol Empire?

HW: Read 10:3 and 11:1. Prepare for a reading quiz next week, as early as Tuesday, 12/4.

AGENDA:
  1. Welcome, Attendance, and write down your HW
  2. I am away at a conference on Friday, 11/30
    1.  While I am gone, you will continue to work on "My China Mini-Book"
    2. Let's chat about appropriate behavior
  3. By the end of the period today, you owe me:
    1. What They Might Have Said/What They Actually Said (put your name on your "Three Belief Systems" packet before turning in)
    2. Still need to track down REAL quotes from Confucius, Buddha, or Laozi (also spelled Laotzu or Lao Tzu)? My favorite site is www.brainyquote.com or https://www.goodreads.com
    3. Don't necessarily trust Pinterest, Google Images, or other sources
    4. You are going to create a respectful "wise saying" from each of these three philosophers based on what you have learned about each
    5. By 11:59 p.m. this evening, you owe me:
    1. Crash Course World History: 2,000 Years of Chinese History on Google Classroom
    2. Having trouble with the book burning question? Watch this:
      https://youtu.be/gyjvN_c9k8A
  4. The Story of China: The Tang Dynasty and the Silk Road - VIDEO

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
  13. Three Belief Systems of China - HANDOUT HERE and SLIDESHOW HERE
  14. What They Might Have Said/What They Actually Said (on "Three Belief Systems")
  15. Crash Course World History: 2,000 Years of Chinese History  - GOOGLE CLASSROOM
  16. My China Mini-Book - HANDOUT HERE

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