Updated 1/15/19 

GO EAGLES!!!    DUE FRIDAY, 1/18 [A]; TUESDAY, 1/22 [B]: Slave Trade Flipped Classroom     DUE WEDNESDAY, 1/23 [A]; THURSDAY, 1/24 [B]: AMSCO Chapter 16 & 17 Outlines AND Period 4 Map/Timeline Test     GO EAGLES!!!

  

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 1) DUE FRIDAY, 1/18/19 [A]; TUESDAY, 1/22/19 [B] (assigned 1/10, 1/11): Complete the SLAVE TRADE FLIPPED CLASSROOM! (Packet Honor Statement MUST be signed by BOTH student & parent/guardian).

 2) DUE WEDNESDAY, 1/23 [A]; THURSDAY, 1/24 [B] (assigned 1/14, 1/15): READ & OUTLINE AMSCO Chapters 16 & 17 (Chapters available on Google Classroom)

 3) WEDNESDAY, 1/23 [A]; THURSDAY, 1/24 [B] (assigned 1/8, 1/9): PERIOD 4 MAP & TIMELINE TEST (Completed Practice Map counts for 20 points of test score). *** Prepare for the test by playing review games: Cities & Empires. *** [Handouts available in Google Drive - Period 4 Folder]

   

 

TUTORIAL TIMES: MONDAY, TUESDAY, & WEDNESDAY FROM 6:45 - 7:15AM & 2:45 - 3:30PM (Other times by appointment). STUDENTS MUST HAVE A PASS TO ENTER THE HALLWAYS BEFORE FIRST BELL. PARENTS - You may write a pass yourself. Please include your student's name, the date, and that he/she is coming to Mrs. Osborn's tutorials.

 

PERIOD 4 CHAPTER OUTLINE VIDEOS. Once discussed in class, they remain available on the Period Resource Pages (buttons on left side of this site) 

   

  PERIOD 4: Global Interactions [The Early Modern Era], 1450 - 1750. [Strayer Online Text, Chapters 13-15; AMSCO text, Chapters 15-20]  

 

Monday, January 14 [A]:
- Students Will be able to explain how European technological developments in cartography & navigation made transoceanic travel and trade possible, resulted in the Columbian Exchange & practice steps for DBQ Reading Period (AP Key Concepts 4.1.II-III, 4.1.VA-B, 4.2.II, 4.3.IIC).
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TURN IN: AMSCO Chapters 15/18 Outlines & How to Write a DBQ Edpuzzle
- DISCUSS: Period 4 (AMSCO Chapter 16): EXPLORATION & COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE
- DBQ PREP: Rubric & 15-minute Reading Period tasks (understand/simplify prompt, read docs, write thesis)  
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HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE FRIDAY, 1/18: Complete Slave Trade Flipped Classroom!
       2)
DUE MONDAY, 1/23: READ & OUTLINE AMSCO Chapters 16 & 17 (available in Google Classroom)
       3)
WEDNESDAY, 1/23: Period 4 Map/Timeline Test (Practice Map counts for 20 points of test grade)

 

Tuesday, January 15 [B]:
- Students Will be able to
explain how European technological developments in cartography & navigation made transoceanic travel and trade possible, resulted in the Columbian Exchange & practice steps for DBQ Reading Period (AP Key Concepts 4.1.II-III, 4.1.VA-B, 4.2.II, 4.3.IIC).
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TURN IN: AMSCO Chapters 15/18 Outlines & How to Write a DBQ Edpuzzle
- DISCUSS: Period 4 (AMSCO Chapter 16): EXPLORATION & COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE
- DBQ PREP: Rubric & 15-minute Reading Period tasks (understand/simplify prompt, read docs, write thesis)  
-
HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE TUESDAY, 1/22: Complete Slave Trade Flipped Classroom!
       2)
DUE THURSDAY, 1/24: READ & OUTLINE AMSCO Chapters 16 & 17 (available in Google Classroom)
       3)
THURSDAY, 1/24: Period 4 Map/Timeline Test (Practice Map counts for 20 points of test grade)

 

Wednesday, January 16 [A]:
- Students Will be able to
describe how European maritime empires in the Americas resulted in new social and political elites and restructured new ethnic, racial, and gender hierarchies & practice DBQ skills (AP Key-Concepts 4.1.II-III,4.1.VA-B, 4.2.II, 4.3.IIC).
- DISCUSS: Period 4 (AMSCO Chapter 16): THE AMERICAS
- DBQ PREP: Body Paragraphs, Using Evidence, Analysis  
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HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE FRIDAY, 1/18: Complete Slave Trade Flipped Classroom!
       2)
DUE MONDAY, 1/23: READ & OUTLINE AMSCO Chapters 16 & 17 (available in Google Classroom)
       3)
WEDNESDAY, 1/23: Period 4 Map/Timeline Test (Practice Map counts for 20 points of test grade)

 

Thursday, January 17 [B]:
- Students Will be able to
describe how European maritime empires in the Americas resulted in new social and political elites and restructured new ethnic, racial, and gender hierarchies & practice DBQ skills (AP Key-Concepts 4.1.II-III,4.1.VA-B, 4.2.II, 4.3.IIC).
- DISCUSS: Period 4 (AMSCO Chapter 16): THE AMERICAS
- DBQ PREP: Body Paragraphs, Using Evidence, Analysis  
-
HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE TUESDAY, 1/22: Complete Slave Trade Flipped Classroom!
       2)
DUE THURSDAY, 1/24: READ & OUTLINE AMSCO Chapters 16 & 17 (available in Google Classroom)
       3)
THURSDAY, 1/24: Period 4 Map/Timeline Test (Practice Map counts for 20 points of test grade)

 

Friday, January 18 [A]:
- Students Will be able to
explain how Colonial economies in the Americas depended on a range of coerced labor & describe the increase in interactions between newly connected hemispheres & peer grade a released DBQ essay (AP Key Concepts 4.1.II-V, 4.2.I-II, 4.3.I-II).
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TURN IN: Slave Trade Flipped Classroom 
- DISCUSS: Period 4 (AMSCO Chapter 17): AFRICA & ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE
- DBQ PREP: Peer grade a released DBQ Essay   
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HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE MONDAY, 1/23: READ & OUTLINE AMSCO Chapters 16 & 17 (available in Google Classroom)
       2)
WEDNESDAY, 1/23: Period 4 Map/Timeline Test (Practice Map counts for 20 points of test grade)
       3)
THURSDAY, 1/31: Period 4 Test (AMSCO Chapters 15-20)

 

Coming Up Next Week: 
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MONDAY, 1/21: HOLIDAY [Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday]
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WEDNESDAY, 1/23 [A]; THURSDAY, 1/24 [B]: Period 4 Map & Timeline Test
- Period 4 (1450-1750): Chapters 19/20 (Gunpowder Empires)

     

      

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