Updated 10/12/18 

GO EAGLES!!!     FRIDAY, 10/19: PROGRESS REPORTS SUBMITTED     MONDAY, 10/22 [A]; TUESDAY, 10/23 [B]: Chapters 6/7 TEST     GO EAGLES!!!

  

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 1) TUESDAY, 10/16 - FRIDAY, 10/19 [AM or PM]: PERIOD 2 (Ch 3-5) TEST CORRECTION TUTORIALS - earn back 1/2 credit by correcting missed questions! Open to everyone!

 2) DUE MONDAY, 10/22 [A]; TUESDAY, 10/23 [B] (Assigned 10/5, 10/8): SILK ROAD FLIPPED CLASSROOM. (TEST ON DUE DATE)

 

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 3 RSG [Reading Study Guide] VIDEOS. Once discussed in class, they remain available on the Period Resource Pages (buttons on left side of this site) 

 

  PERIOD 3: Regional & Transregional Interactions [The Post-Classical Era], 600 CE - 1450 CE. [Chapters 7-12]  

 

Monday, October 15 [FAIR DAY]:
- NO CLASSES - FAIR DAY

 

Tuesday, October 16 [A]:
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TEST CORRECTION TUTORIALS (AM or PM) THROUGH FRIDAY, 10/19: Chapters 3-5 Test, earn 1/2 credit for correcting missed questions (Open to everyone!)
- Today’s Objective:
We will explore the role of Silk Road, Mediterranean & Indian Ocean Trade in the diffusion of commodities, ideas, & disease from 600 BCE to 1450 CE (AP Key Concepts 2.3, 3.1).
- DISCUSS: PERIODS 2/3 (Chapter 7): Trade & Migration (Silk Road, Mediterranean & Indian Ocean Trade)
- ACTIVITY: Trade Network Venn Diagram
- VIDEO: The Story of China (Silk Road)
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HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE MONDAY,10/22: Silk Road Flipped Classroom Packet AND Trade Network Venn Diagram
       2)
MONDAY, 10/22: CH 6/7 TEST

 

Wednesday, October 17 [B]:
-
TEST CORRECTION TUTORIALS (AM or PM) THROUGH FRIDAY, 10/19: Chapters 3-5 Test, earn 1/2 credit for correcting missed questions (Open to everyone!)
- Today’s Objective:
We will explore the role of Silk Road, Mediterranean & Indian Ocean Trade in the diffusion of commodities, ideas, & disease from 600 BCE to 1450 CE (AP Key Concepts 2.3, 3.1).
- DISCUSS: PERIODS 2/3 (Chapter 7): Trade & Migration (Silk Road, Mediterranean & Indian Ocean Trade)
- ACTIVITY: Trade Network Venn Diagram
- VIDEO: The Story of China (Silk Road)
-
HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE TUESDAY,10/23: Silk Road Flipped Classroom Packet AND Trade Network Venn Diagram
       2)
TUESDAY, 10/23: CH 6/7 TEST

 

Thursday, October 18 [A]:
-
TEST CORRECTION TUTORIALS (AM or PM) THROUGH FRIDAY, 10/19: Chapters 3-5 Test, earn 1/2 credit for correcting missed questions (Open to everyone!)
- Today’s Objective:
We will explain the organization of human societies in Africa, Americas, & Oceania & the growth of trade/commerce from 600-1450 CE (AP Key Concepts 2.2, 2.3, 3.1).
- DISCUSS: PERIOD 2/3 (Chapter 6/7): (Africa, Americas, & Oceania) & expansion of trade
-
HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE MONDAY,10/22: Silk Road Flipped Classroom Packet AND Trade Network Venn Diagram
       2)
MONDAY, 10/22: CH 6/7 TEST

 

Friday, October 19 [B]:
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LAST CHANCE TEST CORRECTION TUTORIALS (AM or PM): Chapters 3-5 Test, earn 1/2 credit for correcting missed questions (Open to everyone!)
- Today’s Objective:
We will explain the organization of human societies in Africa, Americas, & Oceania & the growth of trade/commerce from 600-1450 CE (AP Key Concepts 2.2, 2.3, 3.1).
- DISCUSS: PERIOD 2/3 (Chapter 6/7): (Africa, Americas, & Oceania) & expansion of trade
-
HOMEWORK:
       1)
DUE TUESDAY,10/23: Silk Road Flipped Classroom Packet AND Trade Network Venn Diagram
       2)
TUESDAY, 10/23: CH 6/7 TEST 
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*** PROGRESS REPORTS SUBMITTED ***

 

Coming Up Next Week: 
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MONDAY/TUESDAY, 10/22 [A], 10/23 [B]: Chapters 6/7 TEST
- Begin Period 3 (600-1450): The Rise of Islam

     

      

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