Agenda: Week of April 25 - April 29, 2016

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2010
CHAPTER 23 Independence in the Global South, 1914-2014
WEEK AT A GLANCE:
MONTEST - 23, 24: Independence Movements; Global Interactions
TUEFRQ TIMED WRITING.  Coin Flip to determine the question. 
CHOICE #1 - HEADS: DBQ 2013 Seven Years War 
CHOICE #2 - TAILS: CCOT 2011 Long Distance Migrations
WED/THU: MOCK AP TEST - 70 Questions/55 Min.
FRI: Begin Corrections on Mock AP Test
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The TEST for CH 23 & 24 to Monday, April 25th
The CCOT/DBQ Timed Writing will be Tuesday, April 26th
The MOCK AP Test #1 on Wed/Thu.
Next Monday - 
FRQ Quiz On Monday - FRQ Questions from the years 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012
Welcome back Game of Thrones
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Monday, April 25, 2016
Quote: "To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all."  - Oscar Wilde

PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2014
CHAPTER 23 Independence in the Global South, 1914-2014
CHAPTER 24 Accelerating Global Interaction, Since 1945

Agenda:
1. DO NOWPrep for Final Strayer Test of the Year! Chapters 22, 23, & 24
2. TEST - 23, 24: Independence Movements; Global Interactions
50 M/CH questions in 45 min.



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Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Quote: "Never love anyone who treats you like you're ordinary."  - Oscar Wilde

1. DO NOW: Prep for FRQ Timed Writing. Need a black pen. 
2. FRQ TIMED WRITING: 
Coin Flip to determine the question. See the questions at the top of this post. 
CHOICE #1 - HEADS: DBQ 2013 Seven Years War 

CHOICE #2 - TAILS: CCOT 2011 Long Distance Migrations

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Wednesday, April 26, 2016 & Thursday, April 27, 2016
Quote: "Be yourself. Everyone else is taken."  - Oscar Wilde

1. MOCK AP Test - 70 Questions in 55 Minutes
2. After, Mr. Duez will scan them and you can begin to work on corrections, if time remains.
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Friday, April 28, 2016
Quote: "True friends stab you in the front."  - Oscar Wilde

1. MOCK AP TEST CORRECTIONS: We will work on corrections over the MOCK AP Test the entire period.

Next week, 2nd MOCK AP TEST is on Tuesday, May 3rd at 7:25 in the Small Gym. 
Be there!

Update on Test Dates - Due to missing school on Monday

Because we were out of school with the flooding on Monday and because we are doing 45 minutes of bubbling scantrons for AP Test Registration during class on Wed/Thu ---

The TEST for CH 23 & 24 to Monday, April 25th
The CCOT/DBQ Timed Writing will be Tuesday, April 26th
The MOCK AP Test #1 on Wed/Thu of that week. 

Reminder that the MOCK AP Test #2 is on Tuesday, May 3rd at 7:25 in the small gym. 

Agenda: Week of April 18 - 22, 2016

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2010
CHAPTER 23 Independence in the Global South, 1914-2014
WEEK AT A GLANCE:
MON: Reading Check QUIZ 24; Review Quiz;
TUE: Crash Course #41 Globalism I; Discuss the main themes of Ch 24: Comparing the perspectives of accelerating connections in the Global North and Global South according to these factors:
Economic GlobalizationEnvironmentalismFeminism, Fundamentalism
REVIEW: Questions to consider for Chapter 24
WED/THU: TEST 23, 24: Independence Movements; Global Interactions
After the test, we'll look at the skills needed for the DBQ & CCOT for Friday's Timed Writing.
FRI: FRQ- Timed Writing!
FRQ Timed Writing in class: Friday, April 22nd, 2016

CHOICE #1 - HEADS: DBQ 2013 Seven Years War 

CHOICE #2 - TAILS: CCOT 2011 Long Distance Migrations

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Monday, April 18, 2016
Quote: "In 5-billion years the Sun will expand & engulf our orbit as the charred ember that was once Earth vaporizes. Have a nice day." - @NeilTyson

PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2010
CHAPTER 24 Accelerating Global Interaction, Since 1945
• To consider the steps since 1945 that have increasingly made human populations into a single “world” rather than citizens
• To explore the factors that make it possible to speak now of a true “world economy”
• To explore the debate about economic globalization
• To raise student awareness of global liberation movements, especially feminism, and their implications for human life
• To investigate the “fundamentalist” religious response to aspects of modernity
• To consider environmentalism as a matter that cannot help but be global because the stakes are so high for all humankind 
• To step back and ponder the value of studying history

1. To what extent did the processes discussed in this chapter (economic globalization, feminism, fundamentalism, environmentalism) represent something new in the twentieth century? In what respects did they have roots in the more distant past?
2. In what ways did the global North/South divide find expression in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?
3. What have been the benefits and drawbacks of globalization since 1945?
4. Do the years since 1914 confirm or undermine Enlightenment predictions about the future of humankind?
5. “The twentieth century marks the end of the era of Western dominance in world history.” What evidence might support this statement? What evidence might contradict it?
6. To what extent do you think the various liberation movements of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries—communism, nationalism, democracy, feminism, internationalism—have achieved their goals?
7. Based on material in Chapters 21, 22, and 24, how might you define the evolving roles of the United States in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?

MARGIN REVIEW QUESTIONS:
1. What factors contributed to economic globalization during the twentieth century?
2. In what ways has economic globalization linked the world’s peoples more closely together?
3. What new or sharper divisions has economic globalization generated?
4. What distinguished feminism in the industrialized countries from that of the Global South?
5. In what respect did the various religious fundamentalists of the twentieth century express hostility to global
6. From what sources did Islamic renewal movements derive?
7. In what different ways did Islamic renewal express itself?
8. How can we explain the dramatic increase in the human impact on the environment in the twentieth century?
9. What differences emerged between environmentalism in the Global North and that in the Global South?

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for Reading Check Quiz CH 24 - the LAST ONE!
After quiz begin to formulate your answer for this question: Comparing the perspectives of accelerating connections in the Global North and Global South according to these factors: 
Economic GlobalizationEnvironmentalismFeminismFundamentalism
2. QUIZ: Reading Check CH 24 - The End of Strayer.
3. Review Quiz #24 Economic GlobalizationEnvironmentalismFeminismFundamentalism
Thomas Hoepker's controversial photograph of the afternoon of Sept. 9, 2011.
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Quote: "Apollo in 1969. Shuttle in 1981. Nothing in 2011. Our space program would look awesome to anyone living backwards thru time." - Neil deGrasse Tyson @NeilTyson

PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2010
CHAPTER 24 Accelerating Global Interaction, Since 1945
• To consider the steps since 1945 that have increasingly made human populations into a single “world” rather than citizens
• To explore the factors that make it possible to speak now of a true “world economy”
• To explore the debate about economic globalization
• To raise student awareness of global liberation movements, especially feminism, and their implications for human life
• To investigate the “fundamentalist” religious response to aspects of modernity
• To consider environmentalism as a matter that cannot help but be global because the stakes are so high for all humankind 
• To step back and ponder the value of studying history

1. To what extent did the processes discussed in this chapter (economic globalization, feminism, fundamentalism, environmentalism) represent something new in the twentieth century? In what respects did they have roots in the more distant past?
2. In what ways did the global North/South divide find expression in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?
3. What have been the benefits and drawbacks of globalization since 1945?
4. Do the years since 1914 confirm or undermine Enlightenment predictions about the future of humankind?
5. “The twentieth century marks the end of the era of Western dominance in world history.” What evidence might support this statement? What evidence might contradict it?
6. To what extent do you think the various liberation movements of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries—communism, nationalism, democracy, feminism, internationalism—have achieved their goals?
7. Based on material in Chapters 21, 22, and 24, how might you define the evolving roles of the United States in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?

MARGIN REVIEW QUESTIONS:
1. What factors contributed to economic globalization during the twentieth century?
2. In what ways has economic globalization linked the world’s peoples more closely together?
3. What new or sharper divisions has economic globalization generated?
4. What distinguished feminism in the industrialized countries from that of the Global South?
5. In what respect did the various religious fundamentalists of the twentieth century express hostility to global
6. From what sources did Islamic renewal movements derive?
7. In what different ways did Islamic renewal express itself?
8. How can we explain the dramatic increase in the human impact on the environment in the twentieth century?
9. What differences emerged between environmentalism in the Global North and that in the Global South?

Agenda:
1. DO NOWTo what extent did the processes discussed in this chapter: 
Economic GlobalizationEnvironmentalismFeminismFundamentalism
represent something new in the twentieth century? 
In what respects did they have roots in the more distant past?
2. Notes, Video, Discussion:
Crash Course World History #42 Globalization II
In which John asks whether globalization is a net positive for humanity. While the new global economy has created a lot of wealth, and lifted a lot of people out of poverty, it also has some effects that aren't so hot. Wealth disparity, rising divorce rates, environmental damage, and new paths for the spread of disease. So does all this outweigh the economic benefits, the innovation, and the relative peace that come with interconnected economies? As usual, the answer is not simple. In this case, we're living in the middle of the events we're discussing, so it's hard to know how it's going to turn out. 
Chapter 24 Presentation with video examples.
2. Review Questions: Chapter 24: Review Questions - Globalism, Feminism, Fundamentalism, & Environmentalism.
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Wednesday, April 20, 2016 & Thursday, April 21, 2016 
I can't believe I read the whole thing!
Quote"A 'No' uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a 'Yes' merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble." - Mahatma Gandhi

PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2014
CHAPTER 23 Independence in the Global South, 1914-2014
CHAPTER 24 Accelerating Global Interaction, Since 1945

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for Final Strayer Test of the Year! Chapters 22, 23, & 24
2. TEST - 23, 24: Independence Movements; Global Interactions
Economic Globalization
Environmentalism
Feminism
Fundamentalism
Earthrise.
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Friday, April 22, 2015 
Quote: "History is nothing but a problem of mechanics applied to psychology." - Hippolyte Taine
French critic and historian. He was the chief theoretical influence of French naturalism, a major proponent of sociological positivism and one of the first practitioners of historicist criticism.

1. DO NOW: Prep for FRQ Timed Writing. Need a black pen. 
2. FRQ TIMED WRITING: 
Coin Flip to determine the question. See the questions at the top of this post. 

CHOICE #1 - HEADS: DBQ 2013 Seven Years War 

CHOICE #2 - TAILS: CCOT 2011 Long Distance Migrations

Unit 6: Part II - CH 23 & 24 - Independence in the Global South & Global Economic Transformation

Nelson Mandela: First President of South Africa, born 1918 - died 2013.
Ch 23 - Independence in the Global South - TARGETS
Notes Document Study & Visual Sources

Agenda: Week of April 11-15, 2015

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 6 - The Most Recent Century
QUICK AGENDA:
MON: Quiz CH 23, Review CH 23 QUIZ
TUE: Decolonization & Nationalism: Discuss the struggle for independence in light of what the focus of the new independent states valued.
WED/THU: Indian Independence; South African Apartheid; Document Study - DBQ Skills
Document Study & Visual Sources CH 23
FRI: Pick up Questions to consider for Chapter 24. The Global Economy, Feminism
Global Modernity & Religious Fundamentalism, Environmentalism

QUIZ CH 24 on Monday, April 13th
TEST CH 23 & 24 on Wed/Thu April 15 & 16
FRQ Timed Writing in class: Friday, April 22nd, 2016

CHOICE #1 - HEADS: DBQ 2013 Seven Years War 

CHOICE #2 - TAILS: CCOT 2011 Long Distance Migrations


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Chapter 23 - Independence in the Global South - TARGETS
LEARNING TARGETS:
* To explore the breakup of imperial systems in the twentieth century
* To consider, through the examples of India and South Africa, how the process of decolonization worked
* To examine the challenges that faced developing nations in the second half of the twentieth century
* To investigate the potential clash of tradition with modernity in the developing nations, especially considering the case of Islam in Turkey and Iran

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
1.   In what ways did the colonial experience and the struggle for independence shape the agenda of developing countries in the second half of the twentieth century?
2.   To what extent did the experience of the former colonies and developing countries in the twentieth century parallel that of the earlier “new nations” in the Americas in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?
3.   How would you compare the historical experience of India and China in the twentieth century?
4.   From the viewpoint of the early twenty-first century, to what extent had the goals of nationalist or independence movements been achieved?
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Monday, April 11, 2016
Quote: “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” - Carl Jung

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for quiz Chapter 23: Reading Check
2. QUIZ: Reading Check CH. 23
After the quiz: What obstacles confronted the leaders of movements for independence?
3. Review Quiz

Assignments: 
Quiz CH 24 next Monday
TEST 23-24 Plus Comparative Timed Writing next Wed/Thu
DBQ Next Friday
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Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Quote: "What a distressing contrast there is between the radiant intelligence of the child and the feeble mentality of the average adult." - Sigmund Freud

Agenda:
1. DO NOW QUESTION"In what ways did the colonial experience and the struggle for independence shape the agenda of developing countries in the second half of the twentieth century?"
2. Notes, Video, & Discussion:
3. (if time) Video & Discussion: Crash Course WH: Decolonization & Nationalism
Discuss:
Who was Gandhi? (Indian Independence Notes)
Why was Africa’s experience with political democracy so different from that of India?
Who is Nelson Mandela? (African Independence Notes)
DiscussWhat accounts for the ups and downs of political democracy in post-colonial Africa?

Assignments: 
Quiz CH 24 next Monday
TEST 23-24 Plus Comparative Timed Writing next Wed/Thu
DBQ Next Friday
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Wednesday, April 13, 2016 -and- Thursday, April 14, 2016
Quote"An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind." - Mahatma Gandhi

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick up handout - Document Study & Visual Sources CH 23. Read silently for 15 minutes.
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: Why was Africa’s experience with political democracy so different from that of India?
What accounts for the ups and downs of political democracy in post-colonial Africa?

Document Study in groups: Answer questions, jigsaw the documents. Present findings.
"In what ways did the colonial experience and the struggle for independence shape the agenda of developing countries in the second half of the twentieth century?"

DBQ Skills: Understanding POINT OF VIEW, ADDITIONAL DOCUMENT, ANALYSIS, and Grouping of Documents. Thesis writing.

Assignments: 
Quiz CH 24 next Monday
TEST 23-24 Plus Comparative Timed Writing next Wed/Thu
DBQ Next Friday
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Chapter 24 - Accelerating Global Interactions Since 1945 - TARGETS
LEARNING TARGETS:
• To consider the steps since 1945 that have increasingly made human populations into a single “world” rather than citizens of distinct nation-states
• To explore the factors that make it possible to speak now of a true “world economy”
• To explore the debate about economic globalization
• To raise student awareness of global liberation movements, especially feminism, and their implications for human life
• To investigate the “fundamentalist” religious response to aspects of modernity
• To consider environmentalism as a matter that cannot help but be global because the stakes are so high for all humankind
• To step back and ponder the value of studying history

QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER:
1. What factors contributed to economic globalization during the twentieth century?
2. In what ways has economic globalization linked the world’s peoples more closely together?
3. What new or sharper divisions has economic globalization generated?
4. What distinguished feminism in the industrialized countries from that of the Global South?
5. In what respect did the various religious fundamentalists of the twentieth century express hostility to global modernity?
6. From what sources did Islamic renewal movements derive?
7. In what different ways did Islamic renewal express itself?
8. How can we explain the dramatic increase in the human impact on the environment in the twentieth century?
9. What differences emerged between environmentalism in the Global North and that in the Global South?
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Friday, April 15, 2016
Quote: "I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear." - Nelson Mandela

1. DO NOW: Pick up Questions to consider for Chapter 24.
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: Chapter 24 Main Themes:
Economic Globalization
Environmentalism
Feminism
Fundamentalism
Crash Course World History #41 Globalization II
Discuss in relation to the chapter and "The Future History of the Planet"
In which John Green teaches you about globalization, a subject so epic, so, um, global, it requires two videos. In this video, John follows the surprisingly complex path of t-shirt as it criss-crosses the world before coming to rest on your doorstep, and eventually in your dresser. (Unless you're one of those people who never puts their laundry away and lives out of a laundry basket. If that's the case, shame on you.) Anyway, the story of the t-shirt and its manufacture in far-flung places like China, Guatemala, and India is a microcosm of what's going on in the global economy. Globalization is a bit of a mixed bag, and there have definitely been winners and losers along the way. In this episode John will talk about some of the benefits that have come along with it. Next week, he'll get into some of the less-positive side effects of globalization.

Assignments: 
Quiz CH 24 next Monday
TEST 23-24 Plus Comparative Timed Writing next Wed/Thu
DBQ Next Friday