Ms. Cox's Classes

Daily log for Ms. Cox's social studies classes.

Friday, January 15, 2021

3rd Quarter, 1-11 to 1-15

  Important Information for All Students: 

Application for AP European History: 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeNKqYed_zv3Ufm2SE8cCFun5F6yZcAZSW9VJy61ir7GLAviA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Second Semester Schedule (NEW):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/15jNfEQoz3kR0FmEGM_Ek3lxGmVwynixK/view?usp=sharing

Next Week:  Monday is a holiday (MLK).  Monday/Tuesday classes will shift to Tuesday/Wednesday. There will be no "asynchronous" day -- Wednesday is a day of classes. 

Quick Guide for Distance Learning:  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dY-qTnwrVtv7x6njLxcauVPsx08j7kqvmmklvGRZG0s/edit#heading=h.1g36qvkxl865

Grades: I start a new gradebook each quarter.  Check Aeries regularly and email me if you have questions. 

Google Classroom:  Do not move or copy the assignments in such a way that I cannot find/read them in GC.  Please don't "turn in" blank documents.  This will not prevent the assignment from being "missing" in Aeries. 

Late Work:  Late work may be eligible for partial credit.  Check with me in advance for approval to do late work from previous units.   Focus on recent work -- the current unit and the one immediately before the current unit. 

Copied Work: If you turn in work that is copied from any source, I will give you a zero for that assignment. This includes work copied from another student. 

Student support:  Check the new schedule for the new times to meet with teachers. There is no "Open" Trojan Time this semester.   I will hold "drop in" Office Hours on Mondays and Thursdays, after the last class of the day. Links will be posted in GC.  

Link for the student Covid screener:  

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScjx72eaq3x0f0QCEl8qaPd9m9QUV5qduQ_l2YNiUlr2JN_Sw/viewform?gxids=7628

Yearbook Surveys: https://linktr.ee/cvhsyearbook


                             Classes

EL World History: 

We are starting a unit on World War I (WWI). 

Last Week: 

We are learning new vocabulary related to WWI!  Have your vocabulary notebooks and whiteboards ready!

You completed some notes on the long-term causes of WWI, and annotated a reading on "War Fever" in Europe.

Your also completed Cornell reading notes on a section of your textbook about the "Causes of World War I."  There is a blank form for your notes in Google Classroom. 

This Week: 

You will get some new vocabulary, and there will be a vocabulary quiz on Friday. 

We'll discuss the short-term causes of WWI, and you will take notes and answer questions.

You will also complete a map worksheet on the nations and alliances of World War I.  This assignment is due on Wednesday

I will be assigning another section of textbook notes, on the section entitled "Four Years of War."  Be sure to copy the vocabulary words; these are on page 413.


US History:  

New Unit: WWI and the 1920s

Last Week:

Slides and notes on US entry into World War I. These were due at the end of the period on Monday/Tuesday. 

Edpuzzle video on "The US in World War I."  

On Thursday/Friday, we discussed the end of the war, Wilson's Fourteen Points, and the Treaty of Versailles.  You analyzed a political cartoon on the League of Nations.

All of these items have been graded and returned. 

This Week: The 1920s in America

You completed notes on the "Presidents and Politics of the Twenties." These were turned in at the end of class on Monday/Tuesday. 

Read the textbook section entitled "Postwar Turmoil" (posted in GC).  Answer the questions posted in GC.  Due next week on Tuesday/Wednesday. 

Watch the Edpuzzle video on the Twenties.  Email me for a reset if needed. 

You will be completing a Google Slides presentation on some aspect of the 1920s in America. The instructions for this project are posted in GC.  

Come to office hours if you have questions about this (or any) assignment. 


AP Euro:

AP Exam: There is a $40 fee for late signups, but there is no penalty for cancelling.  Sign up for the exam!  

Textbook Pickup:  If you haven't already done so, please contact Ms. Oliver in the bookroom to pick up "Sources of the Western Tradition" by Marvin Perry.  I will continue to assign material from this book. Get it now. 

Last Week:

Art: For the time period of the FR, focus on the "neoclassical" style. 

I lectured from the "Overview" slides. 

You finished Chapter 19, and the accompanying SG questions (posted in GC).  

Perry outline -- efficient note-taking from text. 

AP daily videos (5), and a Crash Course video on Napoleon (EC). 

This Week: 

Review of the French Revolution (basic sequence of events) in GC.  Study both slide presentations (Overview and Review).  I may lecture a bit from the review slides this week. Hahaha...."a bit." 

We discussed the IDs for this SG together.  

I'll post a generic form for note-taking for your optional use.   I will also post this form in the Reference/Resources section if you want to make a copy of it. 

Watch this week's AP videos. There are also two Edpuzzle videos, one on Neoclassicism and one on Romanticism.  Next up: Realism.  

I posted the art slides that exclusively focus Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism, as well as maps from 1740 to 1815 in GC. 

Reminder: if you watch AP videos after I have already scored them, you will need to send me an email identifying which videos you watched.  

I have posted the MC test for Chapter 19 as a review.  See how many you can answer without looking them up....but look them up if you must.  

We will be discussing the concept of "Natural Law," which was so influential during the Enlightenment revolutions and remains so today. 

I have posted the SG for Chapter 20 (the early 19th century).  There are multiple chapters on the 19th century.  Read the first section of text.  Questions are posted in GC.

Thursday, January 14, 2021

3rd Quarter, 1-11 to 1-15

 Important Information for All Students: 

Application for AP European History: 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeNKqYed_zv3Ufm2SE8cCFun5F6yZcAZSW9VJy61ir7GLAviA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Second Semester Schedule (NEW):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/15jNfEQoz3kR0FmEGM_Ek3lxGmVwynixK/view?usp=sharing

Next Week:  Monday is a holiday (MLK).  Monday/Tuesday classes will shift to Tuesday/Wednesday. There will be no "asynchronous" day -- Wednesday is a day of classes. 

Quick Guide for Distance Learning:  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dY-qTnwrVtv7x6njLxcauVPsx08j7kqvmmklvGRZG0s/edit#heading=h.1g36qvkxl865

Grades: I start a new gradebook each quarter.  Check Aeries regularly and email me if you have questions. 

Google Classroom:  Do not move or copy the assignments in such a way that I cannot find/read them in GC.  Please don't "turn in" blank documents.  This will not prevent the assignment from being "missing" in Aeries. 

Late Work:  Late work may be eligible for partial credit.  Check with me in advance for approval to do late work from previous units.   Focus on recent work -- the current unit and the one immediately before the current unit. 

Copied Work: If you turn in work that is copied from any source, I will give you a zero for that assignment. This includes work copied from another student. 

Student support:  Check the new schedule for the new times to meet with teachers. There is no "Open" Trojan Time this semester.   I will hold "drop in" Office Hours on Mondays and Thursdays, after the last class of the day. Links will be posted in GC.  

Link for the student Covid screener:  

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScjx72eaq3x0f0QCEl8qaPd9m9QUV5qduQ_l2YNiUlr2JN_Sw/viewform?gxids=7628

Yearbook Surveys: https://linktr.ee/cvhsyearbook


                                  Classes

EL World History: 

We are starting a unit on World War I (WWI). 

Last Week: 

We are learning new vocabulary related to WWI!  Have your vocabulary notebooks and whiteboards ready!

You completed some notes on the long-term causes of WWI, and annotated a reading on "War Fever" in Europe.

Your also completed Cornell reading notes on a section of your textbook about the "Causes of World War I."  There is a blank form for your notes in Google Classroom. 

This Week: 

You will get some new vocabulary, and there will be a vocabulary quiz on Friday. 

We'll discuss the short-term causes of WWI, and you will take notes and answer questions.

You will also complete a map worksheet on the nations and alliances of World War I.  This assignment is due on Wednesday

I will be assigning another section of textbook notes, on the section entitled "Four Years of War."  Be sure to copy the vocabulary words; these are on page 413.


US History:  

New Unit: WWI and the 1920s

Last Week:

Slides and notes on US entry into World War I. These were due at the end of the period on Monday/Tuesday. 

Edpuzzle video on "The US in World War I."  

On Thursday/Friday, we discussed the end of the war, Wilson's Fourteen Points, and the Treaty of Versailles.  You analyzed a political cartoon on the League of Nations. 

All of these items have been graded and returned. 

This Week: The 1920s in America

Read the textbook section entitled "Postwar Turmoil" (posted in GC).  Answer the questions posted in GC. 

Watch the Edpuzzle video on the Twenties.  Email me for a reset if needed. 

You will be completing a Google Slides presentation on some aspect of the 1920s in America. The instructions for this project are posted in GC.  

Come to office hours if you have questions about this (or any) assignment. 


AP Euro:

AP Exam: There is a $40 fee for late signups, but there is no penalty for cancelling.  Sign up for the exam!  

Textbook Pickup:  If you haven't already done so, please contact Ms. Oliver in the bookroom to pick up "Sources of the Western Tradition" by Marvin Perry.  I will continue to assign material from this book. Get it now. 

Last Week:

Art: For the time period of the FR, focus on the "neoclassical" style. 

I lectured from the "Overview" slides. 

You finished Chapter 19, and the accompanying SG questions (posted in GC).  

Perry outline -- efficient note-taking from text. 

AP daily videos (5), and a Crash Course video on Napoleon (EC). 

This Week: 

Review of the French Revolution (basic sequence of events) in GC.  Study both slide presentations (Overview and Review).  I may lecture a bit from the review slides this week. Hahaha...."a bit." 

We may discuss the IDs for this SG together....be ready to take notes.  

I'll post a generic form for note-taking for your optional use.   I will also post this form in the Reference/Resources section if you want to make a copy of it. 

Watch this week's AP videos. There are also two Edpuzzle videos, one on Neoclassicism and one on Romanticism.  Next up: Realism

Reminder: if you watch videos after I have already scored them, you will need to send me an email identifying which videos you watched.  

I have posted the MC test for Chapter 19 as a review.  See how many you can answer without looking them up....but look them up if you must.  

We will be discussing the concept of "Natural Law," which was so influential during the Enlightenment revolutions and remains so today. 

I have posted the SG for Chapter 20 (the early 19th century).  There are multiple chapters on the 19th century.  Read the first section of text.  Questions are posted in GC. 

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

3rd Quarter, 1-11 to 1-15

  Important Information for All Students: 

Second Semester Schedule (NEW):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/15jNfEQoz3kR0FmEGM_Ek3lxGmVwynixK/view?usp=sharing

Next Week:  Monday is a holiday (MLK).  Monday/Tuesday classes will shift to Tuesday/Wednesday. There will be no "asynchronous" day -- Wednesday is a day of classes. 

Quick Guide for Distance Learning:  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dY-qTnwrVtv7x6njLxcauVPsx08j7kqvmmklvGRZG0s/edit#heading=h.1g36qvkxl865

Grades: I start a new gradebook each quarter.  Check Aeries regularly and email me if you have questions. 

Google Classroom:  Do not move or copy the assignments in such a way that I cannot find/read them in GC.  Please don't "turn in" blank documents.  This will not prevent the assignment from being "missing" in Aeries. 

Late Work:  Late work may be eligible for partial credit.  Check with me in advance for approval to do late work from previous units.   Focus on recent work -- the current unit and the one immediately before the current unit. 

Copied Work: If you turn in work that is copied from any source, I will give you a zero for that assignment. This includes work copied from another student. 

Student support:  Check the new schedule for the new times to meet with teachers. There is no "Open" Trojan Time this semester.   I will hold "drop in" Office Hours on Mondays and Thursdays, after the last class of the day. Links will be posted in GC.  

LAST CHANCE Picture Make Ups on Tuesday, January 12th, Wednesday, January 13th, and Thursday, January 14th  An email was sent to parents/students about this.  Students have been invited to arrive by alpha: A-L, 2-3pm and M-Z, 3-4pm.

Link for the student Covid screener:  

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScjx72eaq3x0f0QCEl8qaPd9m9QUV5qduQ_l2YNiUlr2JN_Sw/viewform?gxids=7628

College Awareness Club: Sponsored by AVID -- all students welcome!

https://sites.google.com/cv.k12.ca.us/college-readiness-club

Application for a free Alameda Country student transit pass:

https://stpp.formstack.com/forms/cvusd_castrovalleyhigh

Free Lunch: Mabel Street turnaround, every school day from 11:30 to 12:30. 

Yearbook Surveys: https://linktr.ee/cvhsyearbook


                                  Classes

EL World History: 

We are starting a unit on World War I (WWI). 

Last Week: 

We are learning new vocabulary related to WWI!  Have your vocabulary notebooks and whiteboards ready!

You will completed some notes on the long-term causes of WWI, and annotated a reading on "War Fever" in Europe.

Your also completed Cornell reading notes on a section of your textbook about the "Causes of World War I."  There is a blank form for your notes in Google Classroom. 

This Week: 

You will get some new vocabulary, and there will be a vocabulary quiz on Friday. 

We'll discuss the short-term causes of WWI, and you will take notes and answer questions.

You will also complete a map worksheet on the nations and alliances of World War I.  

I will be assigning another section of textbook notes, on the section entitled "Four Years of War."  Be sure to copy the vocabulary words, and write the headings in the left-hand column. 


US History:  

New Unit: WWI and the 1920s

Last Week:

We started with some slides and notes on US entry into World War I. These were due at the end of the period on Monday/Tuesday. 

You watched an Edpuzzle video on "The US in World War I."  

On Thursday/Friday, we discussed the end of the war, Wilson's Fourteen Points, and the Treaty of Versailles.  You analyzed a political cartoon on the League of Nations. 

This Week: The 1920s in America

Read the textbook section entitled "Postwar Turmoil" (posted in GC).  Answer the questions posted in GC. 

Watch the Edpuzzle video on the Twenties.  Email me for a reset if needed. 

You will be completing a Google Slides presentation on some aspect of the 1920s in America. The instructions for this project are posted in GC.  


AP Euro:

AP Exam: There is a $40 fee for late signups, but there is no penalty for cancelling.  Sign up for the exam!  

Textbook Pickup:  If you haven't already done so, please contact Ms. Oliver in the bookroom to pick up "Sources of the Western Tradition" by Marvin Perry.  I will continue to assign material from this book. Get it now. 

Break (you've turned all this in by now):

Reading outline on the Perry book (the paperback): pages 100 - 102. 

Chapter 19, pages 612 to 633.  SG questions were posted in Google Classroom.

Three AP videos (numbers are shown in GC). 

Crash Course video in Edpuzzle.  

Last Week:

Art: For the time period of the FR, focus on the "neoclassical" style. 

I lectured from the "Overview" slides. 

You finished Chapter 19, and the accompanying SG questions (posted in GC).  

We discussed the Perry outline -- efficient note-taking from text. 

You watched 5 AP daily videos, and a Crash Course video on Napoleon (EC). 

This Week: 

I've posted a review of the French Revolution (basic sequence of events) in GC.  Study both slide presentations (Overview and Review).  I may lecture a bit from the review slides this week. Hahaha...."a bit." 

We may discuss the IDs for this SG together....be ready to take notes.  

I'll post a generic form for note-taking for your optional use.   I will also post this form in the Reference/Resources section if you want to make a copy of it. 

Watch this week's AP videos. There are also two Edpuzzle videos, one on Neoclassicism and one on Romanticism.  Next up: Realism

Reminder: if you watch videos after I have already scored them, you will need to send me an email identifying which videos you watched.  

I have posted the MC test for Chapter 19 as a review.  See how many you can answer without looking them up....but look them up if you must.  

We will be discussing the concept of "Natural Law," which was so influential during the Enlightenment revolutions and remains so today. 

I have posted the SG for Chapter 20 (the early 19th century).  There are multiple chapters on the 19th century.  Read the first section of text.  You will be filling in the very short chart of inventions and you will also complete the "fill-in" section of the SG (as always).


Tuesday, January 12, 2021

3rd Quarter: 1-11to 1-15

 Important Information for All Students: 

Second Semester Schedule (NEW):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/15jNfEQoz3kR0FmEGM_Ek3lxGmVwynixK/view?usp=sharing

Quick Guide for Distance Learning:  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dY-qTnwrVtv7x6njLxcauVPsx08j7kqvmmklvGRZG0s/edit#heading=h.1g36qvkxl865

Grades: I start a new gradebook each quarter.  Check Aeries regularly and email me if you have questions. 

Google Classroom:  Do not move or copy the assignments in such a way that I cannot find/read them in GC.  Please don't "turn in" blank documents.  This will not prevent the assignment from being "missing" in Aeries. 

Late Work:  Late work may be eligible for partial credit.  Check with me in advance for approval to do late work from previous units.   Focus on recent work -- the current unit and the one immediately before the current unit. 

Copied Work: If you turn in work that is copied from any source, I will give you a zero for that assignment. This includes work copied from another student. 

Student support:  Check the new schedule for the new times to meet with teachers. There is no "Open" Trojan Time this semester.   I will hold "drop in" Office Hours on Mondays and Thursdays, after the last class of the day. Links will be posted in GC.  

LAST CHANCE Picture Make Ups on Tuesday, January 12th, Wednesday, January 13th, and Thursday, January 14th  An email was sent to parents/students about this.  Students have been invited to arrive by alpha: A-L, 2-3pm and M-Z, 3-4pm.

Link for the student Covid screener:  

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScjx72eaq3x0f0QCEl8qaPd9m9QUV5qduQ_l2YNiUlr2JN_Sw/viewform?gxids=7628

College Awareness Club: Sponsored by AVID -- all students welcome!

https://sites.google.com/cv.k12.ca.us/college-readiness-club

Application for a free Alameda Country student transit pass:

https://stpp.formstack.com/forms/cvusd_castrovalleyhigh

Free Lunch: Mabel Street turnaround, every school day from 11:30 to 12:30. 

Yearbook Surveys: https://linktr.ee/cvhsyearbook


                                          Classes

EL World History: 

We are starting a unit on World War I (WWI). 

Last Week: 

We are learning new vocabulary related to WWI!  Have your vocabulary notebooks and whiteboards ready!

You will completed some notes on the long-term causes of WWI, and annotated a reading on "War Fever" in Europe.

Your also completed Cornell reading notes on a section of your textbook about the "Causes of World War I."  There is a blank form for your notes in Google Classroom. 

This Week: 

You will get some new vocabulary, and there will be a vocabulary quiz on Friday. 

We'll discuss the short-term causes of WWI, and you will take notes and answer questions.

You will also complete a map worksheet on the nations and alliances of World War I.  

I will be assigning another section of textbook notes, on the section entitled "Four Years of War." 


US History:  

New Unit: WWI and the 1920s

Last Week:

We started with some slides and notes on US entry into World War I. These were due at the end of the period on Monday/Tuesday. 

You watched an Edpuzzle video on "The US in World War I."  

On Thursday/Friday, we discussed the end of the war, Wilson's Fourteen Points, and the Treaty of Versailles.  You analyzed a political cartoon on the League of Nations. 

This Week: The 1920s in America

Read the textbook section entitled "Postwar Turmoil" (posted in GC).  Answer the questions posted in GC. 

Watch the Edpuzzle video on the Twenties.  Email me for a reset if needed. 

You will be completing a Google Slides presentation on some aspect of the 1920s in America. The instructions for this project are posted in GC.  


AP Euro:

The deadline to register for the AP exam was November 11, There is a $40 fee for late signups, but there is no penalty for cancelling.  Sign up for the exam!  

Textbook Pickup:  If you haven't already done so, please contact Ms. Oliver in the bookroom to pick up "Sources of the Western Tradition" by Marvin Perry.  

Break (you've turned all this in by now):

Reading outline on the Perry book (the paperback): pages 100 - 102. 

Chapter 19, pages 612 to 633.  SG questions were posted in Google Classroom.

Three AP videos (numbers are shown in GC). 

Crash Course video in Edpuzzle.  

Last Week:

Art: For the time period of the FR, focus on the "neoclassical" style. 

I lectured from the "Overview" slides. 

You finished Chapter 19, and the accompanying SG questions (posted in GC).  

We discussed the Perry outline -- efficient note-taking from text. 

You watched 5 AP daily videos, and a Crash Course video on Napoleon (EC). 

This Week: 

I've posted a review of the French Revolution (basic sequence of events) in GC.  Study both slide presentations (Overview and Review).  I may lecture a bit from the review slides this week. Hahaha...."a bit." 

We may discuss the IDs for this SG together....be ready to take notes.  

I'll post a generic form for note-taking for your optional use.   I will also post this form in the Reference/Resources section if you want to make a copy of it. 

Watch this week's AP videos. There are also two Edpuzzle videos, one on Neoclassicism and one on Romanticism.  Next up: Realism

It's possible there will be an MC test on Thursday. I have one drafted....you are warned. 

We will be discussing the concept of "Natural Law," which was so influential during the Enlightenment revolutions and remains so today. 

I have posted the SG for Chapter 20 (the early 19th century).  There are multiple chapters on the 19th century.  Read the first section of text.  You will be filling in the very short chart of inventions and you will also complete the "fill-in" section of the SG (as always).


Monday, January 11, 2021

3rd Quarter 1-11 to 1-15

  Important Information for All Students: 

Second Semester Schedule (NEW):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/15jNfEQoz3kR0FmEGM_Ek3lxGmVwynixK/view?usp=sharing

Quick Guide for Distance Learning:  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dY-qTnwrVtv7x6njLxcauVPsx08j7kqvmmklvGRZG0s/edit#heading=h.1g36qvkxl865

Grades: I start a new gradebook each quarter.  Check Aeries regularly and email me if you have questions. 

Google Classroom:  Do not move or copy the assignments in such a way that I cannot find/read them in GC.  Please don't "turn in" blank documents.  This will not prevent the assignment from being "missing" in Aeries. 

Late Work:  Late work may be eligible for partial credit.  Check with me in advance for approval to do late work from previous units.   Focus on recent work -- the current unit and the one immediately before the current unit. 

Copied Work: If you turn in work that is copied from any source, I will give you a zero for that assignment. This includes work copied from another student. 

Student support:  Check the new schedule for the new times to meet with teachers. There is no "Open" Trojan Time this semester.  Email me to set it up.  If you are struggling with Distance Learning, or just need help with assignments, email me to set up a conference!  I will hold "drop in" Office Hours on Mondays and Thursdays, beginning next week.  

LAST CHANCE Picture Make Ups on Tuesday, January 12th, Wednesday, January 13th, and Thursday, January 14th  An email was sent to parents/students about this.  Check the email for times. 

Link for the student Covid screener:  

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScjx72eaq3x0f0QCEl8qaPd9m9QUV5qduQ_l2YNiUlr2JN_Sw/viewform?gxids=7628

College Awareness Club: Sponsored by AVID -- all students welcome!

https://sites.google.com/cv.k12.ca.us/college-readiness-club

Application for a free Alameda Country student transit pass:

https://stpp.formstack.com/forms/cvusd_castrovalleyhigh

Free Lunch: Mabel Street turnaround, every school day from 11:30 to 12:30. 

Yearbook Surveys: https://linktr.ee/cvhsyearbook


                              Classes

EL World History: 

We are starting a unit on World War I (WWI). 

Last Week: 

We are learning new vocabulary related to WWI!  Have your vocabulary notebooks and whiteboards ready!

You will completed some notes on the long-term causes of WWI, and annotated a reading on "War Fever" in Europe.

Your also completed Cornell reading notes on a section of your textbook about the "Causes of World War I."  There is a blank form for your notes in Google Classroom. 

This Week: 

You will get some new vocabulary, and there will be a vocabulary quiz on Friday. 

We'll discuss the short-term causes of WWI, and you will take note and answer questions.

You will also complete a map worksheet on the nations and alliances of World War I.  

US History:  

New Unit: WWI and the 1920s

Last Week:

We started with some slides and notes on US entry into World War I. These were due at the end of the period on Monday/Tuesday. 

You watched an Edpuzzle video on "The US in World War I."  

On Thursday/Friday, we discussed the end of the war, Wilson's Fourteen Points, and the Treaty of Versailles.  You analyzed a political cartoon on the League of Nations. 

This Week: The 1920s in America

Read the textbook section entitled "Postwar Turmoil" (posted in GC).  Answer the questions posted in GC. 

Watch the Edpuzzle video on the Twenties.  Email me for a reset if needed. 

You will be completing a Google Slides presentation on some aspect of the 1920s in America. The instructions for this project are posted in GC.  


AP Euro:

The deadline to register for the AP exam was November 11, There is a $40 fee for late signups, but there is no penalty for cancelling.  Sign up for the exam!  

Textbook Pickup:  If you haven't already done so, please contact Ms. Oliver in the bookroom to pick up "Sources of the Western Tradition" by Marvin Perry.  

Break (you've turned all this in by now):

Reading outline on the Perry book (the paperback): pages 100 - 102. 

Chapter 19, pages 612 to 633.  SG questions were posted in Google Classroom.

Three AP videos (numbers are shown in GC). 

Crash Course video in Edpuzzle.  

Last Week:

Art: For the time period of the FR, focus on the "neoclassical" style. 

I lectured from the "Overview" slides. 

You finished Chapter 19, and the accompanying SG questions (posted in GC).  

We discussed the Perry outline -- efficient note-taking from text. 

You watched 5 AP daily videos, and a Crash Course video on Napoleon (EC). 

This Week: 

I've posted a review of the French Revolution (basic sequence of events) in GC.  Study both slide presentations (Overview and Review).  I may lecture a bit from the review slides this week. 

We'll discuss the IDs for this SG together....be ready to take notes.  I'll post a generic form for note-taking for your optional use. 

Watch this week's AP videos. There are also two Edpuzzle videos, one on Neoclassicism and one on Romanticism.  

It's possible there will be an MC test on Thursday. I have one drafted....you are warned. 

We will be discussing the concept of "Natural Law," which was so influential during the Enlightenment revolutions and remains so today. 

I have posted the SG for Chapter 20 (the early 19th century).  There are multiple chapters on the 19th century.  Read the first section of text.