What Did I Miss?
See blog below for what we did each day in class
Classwork: Today we took notes jigsaw style on the different revolutionary groups from the Mexican Revolution. Any remaining time was used to work on the Source Eval. Project
Homework: None! Have a fun and safe Winter Break
Classwork: Today we watched a documentary about the Mexican Revolution. The remaining class was used to start working on the Mexican Rev. Brochure. The documents below will be helpful as well as chapter 27.1 in the textbook.
Homework: Brochure due tomorrow.
Classwork: Today we did a simulation of the Treaty of Versailles and the end of WWI. We also took notes on the OPCVL Document Analysis. The remaining class was used to start working on the Mexican Rev. Brochure. The documents below will be helpful as well as chapter 27.1 in the textbook.
Classwork: Today Ms. Gilpin and I went over the different techniques of Propaganda and assigned the WWI Propaganda assignment - the rest of class was work time for this.
Homework: WWI Propaganda
Classwork: Today we took notes on what life was like for those not fighting on the front lines. WWI @ HOME notes (stop at slide 8) Any remaining time was used to work on the WWI Comic Strip assignment.
Homework: WWI Comic Strip due tomorrow and Notes from document analysis
Classwork: Today we finished watching the weapons documentary and discussed the effectiveness of the new technology from the war. The rest of class was used to start viewing and analyzing primary/secondary sources from the War. You were asked to take notes on what life was like for soldiers. These notes will guide you in your creation of a 6-panel comic strip.
WWI Soldier Docs
Classwork: Today we finished the blame game. We also started watching a documentary about weapons and technology from WWI.
Classwork: Today we played the blame game to discuss and analyze who is responsible for WWI.
Homework: Final Draft due Sunday, 10:00 pm TII
Classwork: Today we used the first part of class to make any final edits to our Battle Posters. We then had a gallery walk to take notes on the different battles from WWI.
Homework: Make sure you critically read the article, "Who is Responsible for WWI?"
Unit 4: Interwar, Rise of Dictators
Semester 1 Finals
Unit 3: WWI, Russian Revolution, Mexican Revolution
Unit 2 - Industrial Revolution - ISMS
Unit 1 - Foundations of Early Europe, French Rev, Napoleon, Latin Am. Revs.