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HWW- Block Day, 1/30/13 & 1/31/13 January 31, 2013

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  • Do Now question- “Why did the Haitian slaves revolt against the French?” (3 minutes)
  • Turn to the “Latin American Peoples Win Independence” story notes page in the packet, and prepare to complete your notes over the Haitian Revolution, Mexican Revolution, and South American Revolutions using pages 247-252 in your text and the lecture/discussion. (30 minutes)
  • Haitian Revolution video (12 minutes)
  • Nationalist Revolutions vocab due on Monday.
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APUSH- Block Day, 1/30/13 & 1/31/13 January 31, 2013

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APUSH- 1/29/13 January 29, 2013

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Happy Kansas Day!

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HWW- 1/28/13 January 28, 2013

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  • Do Now question- “Why do people associate with others like themselves?  Is this a positive tendency, or a negative one? How?”
  • Turn in the primary source research page from the back of your packet to the tray by the door.
  • Pick up the Nationalist Revolutions vocab and learning targets packet.
  • Participate in discussion/ lecture of nationalism and Latin American Social Classes.
  • Work on Story notes for “Latin American Peoples Win Independence”
  • Vocab will be due next Monday.

APUSH- 1/28/13 January 28, 2013

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Students worked on unit 5 test corrections.

HWW- 1/25/13 January 25, 2013

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  • Do Now- “Were the people of Britain better off after the Industrial Revolution? Why/Why not?” 3 ½ minutes
  • Choose 1 or 2 partners. When you have formed a group of 2 or 3, see me to select one of the 10 individuals on the “Reforming the Industrial World” handout.
  • Navigate to www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/trading-card-creator-30056.html (Trading Card Creator) Using your text (pages 300-307) and the internet, complete the steps to create a trading card.  Print your card when finished and turn in to me.(26 minutes)
  • With any time remaining, you may work on completing your primary sources research and/or your editorial.
  • Editorials should be submitted by 11:59 tonight!
  • Completed primary source research sheets will be turned in on Monday!

APUSH- 1/25/13 January 25, 2013

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Students took the unit 5 objective test.

HWW- Block Day, 1/24/13 & 1/25/13 January 24, 2013

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  • Do Now question- “What factors brought about the development of unions?” (3 ½ minutes)
  • For the 1st part of the period you will be taking the Communities That Care survey. (29 ½ minutes)
  • Turn to the last page of the learning target packet. Review primary sources and search for evidence of positives and negatives of the Industrial Revolution. (60 minutes)
  • Industrial Revolution editorial is due by Friday!
  • The test will be Friday!

APUSH- Block Day, 1/24/13 & 1/25/13 January 24, 2013

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  • Students wrote the unit 5 DBQ.
  • Mirror With a Memory and Social Darwinism assignments have been scored in Turnitin.com and entered in Synergy.

HWW- 1/22/13 January 22, 2013

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  • Do Now question- “What was the most effective response to problems of the Industrial Revolution? Why?” (3 ½ minutes)
  • With a partner, go to a computer and enroll in the World History course on Turnitin.com (12 minutes)
    • Go to Turnitin.com
    • If you’ve never had an account, click “Create account,” otherwise sign in.
    • Create your user profile. Use an email and password you will remember, as I will not be able to retrieve them.
    • Complete enrollment
    • Class ID- contact me
    • Enrollment password- contact me
  • Start writing the editorial.  This will be due Friday, and should be at least one page. (35 minutes) This will be submitted to Turnitin.com.
  • The test will be Friday!