Humanities Level 2 Homework:
Day 84 (May 20-21): Good luck on your humanities common exam!
Day 81 (May 10-13): None
Day 79 (May 5-6): Study notes for quiz on Holocaust
Day 78 (May 2-3): Finish Edmodo assignment if you have not already
Day 77 (Apr 30- May 1): Edmodo assignment on D-Day
Day 76 (Apr 26-29): None
Day 75 (Apr 24-25): Mr. Cramer's birthday no homework of course!! :-)
Day 74 (Apr 22-23): Be sure to bring in your trench warfare open-ended questions from class
Day 73 (Apr 18-19): Study notes from WWI for quiz next class Day 72 (Apr 16-17): Answer the WWI questions about your assigned country to present next class!
Day 71 (Apr 14-15): A-Day - None, B-Day watch and respond to video on your Edmodo home page and class discussion
Day 69 (Apr 8-9):: None
Day 68 (Mar 27-28): Enjoy the rays :-D
Day 67 (Mar 25-26): Finish your invention checklist Day 65 (Mar 18-19): Using the History Channel's top 10 gadgets/inventions make a case for what one you feel for should #1 and why in your notes. Should be 3-4 sentences to explain the importance and usage in everyday life! Day 63 (Mar 12-13): Quiz on the Spanish and Latin America P.140-144
Day 61-62 (Mar 6-7-8-11):
B-day quiz on Wed
Day 60 (March 4-5): Read Thomas Jefferson's diary on the French Revolution and summary each day's main events in two sentences
Day 59 (Feb 28 - Mar 1): None!
Day 58 (Feb 26-27): None
Day 57 (Feb 22-25): Study five empire (British, Ottoman, Japan, Yuan, Ming) for test next class. Focus on similarities, long term importance, culture, and geography. All notes down below.
Day 56 (Feb 20-21): Study Yuan and Ming Dynasties notes for quiz next class!
Day 55 (Feb 15-19): None enjoy the Winter Formal and three day weekend!
Day 54 (Feb 13-14): Finish or properly do your Yuan edmodo assignment if you have not yet
Day 53 (Feb 11-12): After reading the article on the Yuan Dynasty http://eyewitnesstohistory.com/khan.htm write a reply in the comment box based off the questions in your edmodo page for next class!
Day 51 (Feb 5-6): None
Day 50 (Feb 1-4): Study all your Ottoman Empire class notes for quiz! Today's Ottoman notes
Day 49 (Jan 30-31): None
Day 48 (Jan 28-29): United Kingdom reading and vocabulary Cornell notes due for next classes quiz. 4-5 pieces of info per cue stick to the main points and long term effects to study!
Day 47 (Jan 24-25): Don't forget to look at your comments for your religion paper on edmodo if you haven't already!
Day 46 (Jan 22-23): New blog to check out about 2nd quarter grades http://iss.schoolwires.com/Page/18201
Day 45: (Jan 15-16): Have 2-3 attacking arguments for each side, 2-3 ally/friend arguments, and a list of your weaknesses for counters for debate next class. Refer to debate questions and things to think about for help. Use edmodo to share ideas/facts/links but NOT arugments! Debate next class!!
Day 44 (Jan 11-14): 2 attacking argument for two different enemies... 4 total
Day 43 (Jan 9-10): None
Day 42 (Jan 7-8): Finish Cornell notes (no summary) and study P.135-137 for quiz next class Day 41 (Jan 3-4): Finish your 7 arguments (3 positive and 1 negative for each) for next class Debate class notes
Day 40 (Dec 21- Jan 2): None enjoy the break!!! :-)
Day 39 (Dec 19-20): None
Day 37 (Dec 13-14): None enjoy the weekend!
Day 36 (Dec 11-12): Cornell notes on Reformation no more than four pieces of info!
Day 35 (Dec 7-10): None :-) Enjoy the weekend!
Day 34 (Dec 5-6): Check edmodo and watch Crusades video giving three observations in the reply box
Day 33 (Dec 3-4): Cornell notes on the Renaissance and study for quiz next class Day 32 (Nov 29-30): Final draft of religion paper is due next class on edmodo. Don't forget to use the rubric and our notes on quotes/paraphrasing to help you finish! Day 31 (Nov 27-28): Complete your rough draft of your religion essay and use this checklist to help you checklist PPT or checklist PDF Day 30 (Nov 20-26): Finish your sources (at least one primary by Monday) here is your rubric to look at as well to see what you may need Paper Rubric Day 29 (Nov 16-19): After evaluating your examples using the OPVL highlighted questions, make sure you had three examples for next class that pass the test to use for your essay! Day 28 (Nov 14-15): Bring in 3 examples to support your essay claim for next class with info and websites/link. We will analyze them next class for their credibility. Link from class on help for your research checklist.
Day 27 (Nov 9-13): Choose one of the MANY religions in class that you want to focus on for the rest of the unit as long as it is one you do not currently practice :-)
Day 26 (Nov 7-8): Study the basic beliefs and structures of the following religions covered in class - Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Confucianism. If you were absent use this sheet study cheat sheet because you WILL take the quiz next class!!
Day 25 (Nov 5-6): Go to edmodo and try quiz on presidential election. Only do questions you are comfortable with or feel knowledgeable about. After the quiz vote for your presidential candidate on edmodo as well!
Day 24 (Nov 1-2): Skit days good luck!
Day 23 (Oct 27-28-29-30-31): You will perform skit next class. Communicate through edmodo or other means to share info. B-day you will have time to practice before you begin! Here is the rubric skit rubric
Day 22 (Oct 25-26): look below for your day
A-day: Using edmodo to share info w/ group have your plot point only ready for next class
B-day: Need your plot and dialogue done by Friday. You must use your edmodo page or email to contact and share info/story with one another!
Day 21 (Oct 23-24): Study the 4 economic systems (traditional, command, market, mixed)
Day 20 (Oct 19-22): Study economic vocabulary from class (natural resource, economy, economic system, command economy, market economy, Gross Domestic Product, export, import, specialization, raw material)
Day 19 (Oct 17-18): Respond to town hall debate question on edmodo
Day 18 (Oct 15-16): Watch some of the Town Hall Debate Tues night!
Day 17 (Oct 11-12): Watch some of the VP debate if possible :-)
Day 16 (Oct 9-10): Watch some of the VP debate if possible :-)
Day 15 (Oct 5-8): None
Day 14 (Oct 3-4): Study the types of government for a quiz next class
Day 13 (Oct 1-2): 2 pro's and con's for each of the six types of gov't discussed in class (mon,dem,oli,dict,comm,total)
Day 12 (Sep 27-28): Finish NPO trip around the world and bring in for next class. More details and info are on your edmodo page
Day 11 (Sep 25-26): Complete your research checklist and save all your info to edmodo for next class!
Day 10 (Sep 21-24): Check edmodo and respond to the NPO assignment. Have two ready for next class!
Day 8 (Sep 17-18): None
Day 7 (Sep 13-14): Read pages 58-68 of Superfreakonomics and come into class with notes on one experiment you liked. How was it run and what were the results??
Day 6 (Sep 11-12): None
Day 5 (Sep 7-10): Finish up your Power of 26 Challenge on Edmodo. Can write up to two paragraphs responding to EACH question!
Day 4: (Sep 5-6): study Central America/Caribbean countries for quiz next class: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Bahamas, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico
*You can start and complete your "Power of 26 Challenge" on Edmodo anytime from today until Monday as well!*
Day 3: (Aug 31- Sep 4): None :-)
Day 1: (Aug 27-28)
join your classes individual http://iss.edmodo.com
Edmodo block with your password received in class and attempt to complete the assignment posted to you there. Come back with any problems next class!