Agenda: Week of Feb 8-12, 2016

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 5: The European Moment, 1750 - 1914
Chapter 17: The Atlantic Revolutions and Their Echoes
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Chapter 18: The Industrial Revolution
Week at a Glance:
MON: Quiz Ch 18; Review 18 Quiz
TUE: Revolutions of Industry; DBQ: Document Based Question Skills - POV, Historical Context; Analysis
WED/THU: TEST Unit 5, Part I: CH 17 & 18 -- Atlantic Revolutions & Revolutions of Industry -AND- DBQ Skills - POV
FRI: CCOT Skills; Timelines; WHC; Prep for Timed Writing next Fri.

Test Wed/Thu Unit 5: Part I, CH 17 & 18, Plus DBQ Skills - POV
No Quiz next week (no school on Monday)
CCOT Essay Next Friday, Feb. 19th
The next two weeks!
Next Friday, Feb. 19th: CCOT - Timed Writing in class.
Directions: You are to answer the following question. You should spend 5 minutes organizing or outlining your essay.

Write an essay that:
• Has a relevant thesis and supports that thesis with appropriate historical evidence. 
• Addresses all parts of the question. 
• Uses world historical context to show continuities and changes over time. 
• Analyzes the process of continuity and change over time. 
Question #1 2005 CCOT Rubric (be sure to scroll down for the second question for each - the CCOT)
 & Student Samples
Question #2 2008 CCOT - Rubric & Student Samples:
Information to help you prepare:
How to write the CCOT
Notes - CCOT Essay

CCOT - Graphic Organizer - Example
Why did the Industrial Revolution take hold and seem to explode in Great Britain?
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Monday, February 8th, 2016
Quote: "Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future." - John F. Kennedy

Learning Targets:
• To explore the causes and consequences of the Industrial Revolution
• To root Europe’s Industrial Revolution in a global context
• To examine the question of why industrialization first “took off ” in Great Britain
• To heighten student awareness of both the positive and the negative effects of the Industrial Revolution
• To examine some of the ways in which nineteenth-century industrial powers exerted an economic imperialism over their non-industrialized neighbors

Essential Questions:
1. What was revolutionary about the Industrial Revolution?
2. What was common to the process of industrialization everywhere, and in what ways did that process vary from place to place?
3. What did humankind gain from the Industrial Revolution, and what did it lose?
4. In what ways might the Industrial Revolution be understood as a global rather than simply a European phenomenon?

Agenda:
1. Quiz Chapter 18 The Industrial Revolution
2. Review CH 17 & 18 Quizzes
The Russian Revolution definitely qualifies as "Revolution of Industry".
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Tuesday, February 9th, 2016
Quote: "Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. And so we must straighten our backs and work for our freedom. A man can't ride you unless your back is bent." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Learning Targets:
• To explore the causes and consequences of the Industrial Revolution
• To root Europe’s Industrial Revolution in a global context
• To examine the question of why industrialization first “took off ” in Great Britain
• To heighten student awareness of both the positive and the negative effects of the Industrial Revolution
• To examine some of the ways in which nineteenth-century industrial powers exerted an economic imperialism over their non-industrialized neighbors

Essential Questions:
1. What was revolutionary about the Industrial Revolution?
2. What was common to the process of industrialization everywhere, and in what ways did that process vary from place to place?
3. What did humankind gain from the Industrial Revolution, and what did it lose?
4. In what ways might the Industrial Revolution be understood as a global rather than simply a European phenomenon?

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Review the document on the screen, write out the meaning & point of view.
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: Revolutions of Industry
3. Discuss DQB Point of View - second section of the test on Wed/Thu.
Link to DBQ for Industrial Revolution 
Link to DBQ for Atlantic Revolutions
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Wednesday, February 10th & Thursday, February 11th, 2016
Quote: "To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often." - Winston Churchill

Agenda:
1. TEST - Unit 5 - The European Moment, Part I:
Chapter 17 Atlantic Revolutions & Chapter 18 Revolutions of Industry
Also, be prepared to write about the Art of the French Revolution:

What was David? Was he a patriot? Artist? Propagandist? Or combination of all of those things? A criminal?
Plus, DBQ Point of View - second section of the test.
The Industrial Revolution made life better, but progress came with a cost. 
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Friday, February 12th, 2016
Quote: "I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road." - Stephen Hawking

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick up the CCOT Packet from the front of the room. 
2. CCOT: Timeline, tips, and practice.
Notes over CCOT

Thesis writing
Analysis
Showing change/continuity over time
World Historical Context
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Next Friday, Feb. 20th: CCOT 2 - Timed Writing in class.

Directions: You are to answer the following question. You should spend 5 minutes organizing or outlining your essay.

Write an essay that:
• Has a relevant thesis and supports that thesis with appropriate historical evidence. 
• Addresses all parts of the question. 
• Uses world historical context to show continuities and changes over time. 
• Analyzes the process of continuity and change over time. 

See the questions at the top of this post.

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Agenda: Week of Feb 1 - Feb 5, 2016

World History AP with Mr. Duez
Unit 5: THE EUROPEAN MOMENT IN WORLD HISTORY, 1750-1914
Chapter 17 Atlantic Revolutions & their Echoes
Chapter 18 Revolutions of Industry
Week at a Glance:
MON: Quiz Ch 17; Review Quiz
TUE: ; French Revolution Documentary w/Questions
FRI: Video DocumentaryHistory Channel's French Revolution
Questions for the French Revolution DocumentaryFrench Revolution Compared to other Atlantic Revolutions; Introduction to the Industrial Revolution.

Assignments:
We are watching the French Revolution Documentary and answering the questions in class. 
Video DocumentaryHistory Channel's French Revolution
Questions for the French Revolution Documentary

Read Chapters 17 & 18. Be able to compare the Atlantic Revolutions. 
Begin working on Industrial Revolution, Chapter 18 - so that you are prepared for the quiz on Ch 18 next MondayTEST over 17 & 18 is on Wednesday/Thursday Feb. 10th and 11th.


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Chapter 17 - Atlantic Revolutions - TARGETS
Crash Course World History - Revolutions:
Learning Targets:
• Understand the number and diversity of Atlantic revolutions in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and how forces at work through the Enlightenment impacted them
• Explore the cross-pollination between revolutionary movements and compare their various causes and overall results
• Compare the real impact of the Atlantic revolutions on their citizens and understand the global impact of the revolutionary movement of the era.
• Consider the consequences of using violence to achieve liberty and equality.
* How much violence is necessary or justifiable?

Essential Questions:
1. In what ways did the ideas of the Enlightenment contribute to the Atlantic revolutions?
2. What was revolutionary about the American Revolution, and what was not?
3. How did the French Revolution differ from the American Revolution?
4. Compare the Atlantic Revolutions.
As it still does today, art inspired people of the Atlantic Revolutions, David's Oath of the Horatii - cartoon version.
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Monday, February 1, 2016
Quote of the Day: "One must maintain a little bit of summer, in the the midst of winter." H. D. Thoreau

Agenda:
1. Quiz CH 17 - Reading Check. Students may use hand written notes on the quiz.
2. Review CH 17 Quiz ~ Atlantic Revolutions

Assignments:
We are watching the French Revolution Documentary and answering the questions in class. 
Read Chapters 17 & 18. Be able to compare the Atlantic Revolutions. 
Begin working on Industrial Revolution, Chapter 18 - so that you are prepared for the quiz on Ch 18 next MondayTEST over 17 & 18 is on Wednesday/Thursday Feb. 10th and 11th.
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Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016
Quote of the Day:  "An entire sea of water can’t sink a ship unless it gets inside the ship. Similarly, the negativity of the world can’t put you down unless you allow it to get inside you." - Goi Nasu

Agenda:
1. French Revolution Documentary - answer the questions as we view and we will pause and discuss throughout.
Video DocumentaryHistory Channel's French Revolution
Questions for the French Revolution Documentary

2. Discuss the answers to the question and the video. What are the reasons for revolution in France

Assignments:
We are watching the French Revolution Documentary and answering the questions in class. 
Read Chapters 17 & 18. Be able to compare the Atlantic Revolutions. 
Begin working on Industrial Revolution, Chapter 18 - so that you are prepared for the quiz on Ch 18 next MondayTEST over 17 & 18 is on Wednesday/Thursday Feb. 10th and 11th.
The Tennis Court Oath, by David
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Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016 & Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016
Quote of the Day:  "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." -Carl Sagan

Agenda:
1. French Revolution Documentary - answer the questions as we view and we will pause and discuss throughout.
Video DocumentaryHistory Channel's French Revolution
Questions for the French Revolution Documentary

2. Notes, Video, Discussion: The Art of the French Revolution.

Assignments:
We are watching the French Revolution Documentary and answering the questions in class. 
Read Chapters 17 & 18. Be able to compare the Atlantic Revolutions. 
Begin working on Industrial Revolution, Chapter 18 - so that you are prepared for the quiz on Ch 18 next MondayTEST over 17 & 18 is on Wednesday/Thursday Feb. 10th and 11th.
The Death of Marat, by David
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Friday, Feb. 5, 2016
Quote of the Day: "I never look back, Darling. It distracts from the now." - Edna "E" Mode

Agenda:
1. DO NOW QUESTION: If needed, we will finish the French Revolution Documentary - 
Video DocumentaryHistory Channel's French Revolution
Questions for the French Revolution Documentary2. Discuss Chapter 17 - Atlantic Revolutions Compared.
3. Introduction to Chapter 18 - Revolutions of Industry

Assignments:
We are watching the French Revolution Documentary and answering the questions in class. 
Read Chapters 17 & 18. Be able to compare the Atlantic Revolutions. 
Begin working on Industrial Revolution, Chapter 18 - so that you are prepared for the quiz on Ch 18 next MondayTEST over 17 & 18 is on Wednesday/Thursday Feb. 10th and 11th.

Agenda: Week of Jan 25 - Jan 29, 2016

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 4 - Early Modern World, 1450-1750
Chapter 14 - Empires & Encounters
Chapter 15 - World Commerce
Chapter 16 - Science and Religion
Week at a Glance:
MON- Quiz CH 16; Review Quiz - Why did the Scientific Revolution occur in Europe rather than in China or the Islamic world?
TUE- Protestant Reformation, Scientific Revolution, & The Enlightenment. In what ways did the Protestant Reformation transform European society, culture, and politics? 
WED/THU- TEST Unit 4 - CH 14, 15, 16; FRQ Comparative Prompts
FRI- Intro to Unit 5 "European Moment" 1750-1914 "The Atlantic Revolutions"; American & French; French Revolution Documentary: Is revolution necessary to protect one's liberty and equality?
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Quiz Chapter 16 - Science & Religion Monday, Jan. 25th
TEST Unit 4 (CH 14, 15, 16): Next Week on Wed/Thu 27th & 28th
After the Test for Unit 4 - we'll flip a coin between one of these two questions...
Comparative Essay Prompts:
1) 2012 Comparative: Columbian Exchange
2) 2009: Racial Identities, N. America/ Latin Am, Caribbean

Unit 4 - Learning Targets - Early Modern World, 1500-1750
Learning Targets:
1. Explore the early modern roots of modern tension between religion and science
2. Examine the Reformation movements in Europe and their significance
3. Investigate the global spread of Christianity and the extent to which it syncretized with native traditions
4. Expand the discussion of religious change to include religious movements in China, India, and the Islamic world
5. Explore the reasons behind the Scientific Revolution in Europe, and why that movement was limited in other parts of the world
6. Explore the implications of the Scientific Revolution for world societies

Essential Questions:
1. In what ways did the Protestant Reformation transform European society, culture, and politics? 
2. How was European imperial expansion related to the spread of Christianity?
3. In what ways was European Christianity assimilated into the Native American cultures of Spanish America?
4. Why were missionary efforts to spread Christianity so much less successful in China than in Spanish America?
5. What accounts for the continued spread of Islam in the early modern era and for the emergence of reform or renewal movements within the Islamic world?
6. In what ways did Asian cultural changes in the early modern era parallel those of Europe, and in what ways were they different?
7. Why did the Scientific Revolution occur in Europe rather than in China or the Islamic world?
8. What was revolutionary about the Scientific Revolution?
9. In what ways did the Enlightenment challenge older patterns of European thinking?
10. How did nineteenth-century developments in the sciences challenge the faith of the Enlightenment?
11. In what ways was European science received in the major civilizations of Asia in the early modern era?
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Monday, January 25, 2016

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Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for Quiz Ch. 16 (students may use hand-written notes)
2. QUIZ Ch 16
DO NOW Question for after quiz: In what ways did the Protestant Reformation transform European society, culture, and politics? 
3. Review Quiz & focus on the question above

Assignments:
TEST Wed/Thu Unit 4
Review Notes for Ch. 14, 15, 16
Use the Online Companion for Strayer
Quizlet is always a great help: Quizlet: Strayer Unit 4 VocabQuizlet: Strayer Unit 4 Questions
FRQ: Prepare for the 2 Essay Prompts - Comparative 2012 & 2009
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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Quote:
Agenda:
1. DO NOW QUESTIONIn what ways did the Protestant Reformation transform European society, culture, and politics? 
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: Protestant Reformation, Scientific Revolution, & The Enlightenment.

Assignments:
Assignments:
TEST Wed/Thu Unit 4
Review Notes for Ch. 14, 15, 16
Use the Online Companion for Strayer
Quizlet is always a great help: Quizlet: Strayer Unit 4 VocabQuizlet: Strayer Unit 4 Questions
FRQ: Prepare for the 2 Essay Prompts - Comparative 2012 & 2009
With transportation of new world & Asian riches, piracy emerges in the Early Modern Era.
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Wednesday, January 27, 2016 & Thursday, January 28, 2016

Quote: 
Agenda:
1. TEST Unit 4 - Chapters 14, 15, 16
2. FRQ: 
After the Test for Unit 4 - we'll flip a coin between one of these two questions...
Comparative Essay Prompts:
1) 2012 Comparative: Columbian Exchange
2) 2009: Racial Identities, N. America/ Latin Am, Caribbean

Assignments:
Read Chapter 17 - prep for quiz on Monday
Atlantic Revolutions & Their Echoes - American, French, Haitian, & Latin American Revolutions
"Mr. Duez, is that real blood, or like, Ketchup or something?"
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Friday, January 29, 2016

Quote: 
Agenda:
1. DO NOW QuestionWhat was revolutionary about the American Revolution, and what was not?
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: American & French Revolutions
3. Video Documentary: History Channel's French Revolution
Questions for the French Revolution Documentary

We'll watch the first 10-15 minutes.
Quiz on Chapter 17 Monday
Tue-Wed/Thu next week we'll focus on finishing this documentary & discussing Atlantic Revolutions in comparison.

Assignments:
Read Chapter 17 - prep for quiz on Monday
Atlantic Revolutions & Their Echoes - American, French, Haitian, & Latin American Revolutions

Agenda: Week of Jan. 18 - 22, 2016

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 4 - Early Modern World, 1450-1750
Chapter 14 - Empires & Encounters
Chapter 15 - World Commerce
Chapter 16 - Science & Religion
Week at a Glance:
MON- MLK Day - No School
TUE- Reading Check Quiz CH 15 World Commerce; Review Quiz
WED/THU- Comparative Essay 2009 - Racial Identities - N.America/Latin Am, Caribbean -- Grade Student Samples; Silver Trade; Intro: Chapter 16 Science & Religion with The Reformation
FRI- Scientific Revolution/Enlightenment: "A New Way of Thinking: The Birth of Modern Science"
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Quiz Chapter 16 - Science & Religion Monday, Jan. 25th

TEST Unit 4 (CH 14, 15, 16): Next Week on Wed/Thu 27th & 28th
After the Test for Unit 4 - we'll flip a coin between one of these two questions...
Comparative Essay Prompts:
1) 2012 Comparative: Columbian Exchange
2) 2009: Racial Identities, N. America/ Latin Am, Caribbean
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Monday January 18, 2016 No School MLK Day
As we'll learn, MLK learned a few things from Mr. Gandhi of India. And he also taught us a few new tricks. RIP.
Learning Targets CH. 16 - Science & Religion:
- Examine the early modern roots of modern tension between religion and science
- Compare the Reformation movements in Europe and their significance
Indulge me!
- Analyze the global spread of Christianity and the extent to which it syncretized with native traditions
- Expand the discussion of religious change to include religious movements in China, India, and the Islamic world
- Understand the reasons behind the Scientific Revolution in Europe, and why that movement was limited in other parts of the world
- Examine the implications of the Scientific Revolution for world societies 

Essential Questions:
1. Why did Christianity take hold in some places more than in others?
2. In what ways was the missionary message of Christianity shaped by the cultures of Asian and American peoples?
3. Compare the processes by which Christianity and Islam became world religions.
4. In what ways did the spread of Christianity, Islam, and modern science give rise to culturally based conflicts?
5. Based on Chapters 13 through 16, how does the history of Islam in the early modern era challenge a Eurocentric understanding of those centuries?
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Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Quote: "I am more afraid of my own heart than of the pope and all his cardinals. I have within me the great pope, Self." - Martin Luther


Agenda:
1. Reading Check Quiz CH 15 World Commerce
2. Review Quiz
Luther, word! Indulgences, yo!
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Wednesday & Thursday January 20 & 21, 2016
Quote: "I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use." - Galileo Galilei

Agenda:
1. Do Now Question: Pick up FRQ 2009 - Comparative Packet. 
2. Grade 2009: Racial Identities, N. America/ Latin Am, Caribbean
 (This question will be one of the two choices we will flip for next week after the test)
3. Discuss in groups and come up with a proper grade using the rubric
4. A True World Economy: The Ascent of Money - Episode #1 - Dreams of Avarice - Niall Ferguson
Do you understand the rise of Financial History? 
Can you imagine a world with no money?
Inflation - Supply & Demand
Silver Inflation
Silver Mines & Mercantilism
5. Also focus on the Tulip Bulb Bubble in The Netherlands: Economic Speculation. How does it work? & How does it BREAK?

Assignment:
Monday - Quiz Chapter 16 - Science & Religion
Next Wed/Thu - Test Unit 4: The Early Modern World, 1500-1750
Chapters 14, 15, 16
Plus FRQ Essay - Comparative
Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, and science communicator.
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Friday, January 22, 2016
Quote: “An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Agenda:
1. Do Now Question: How does the Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment compare to the Protestant Reformation? 
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: The Reformation
How does the Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment compare to the Protestant Reformation? What characteristics did they share in common?  - Protestant Reformation
  - Reformation in England
  - Scientific Revolution
  - The Enlightenment
Assignment:
Monday - Quiz Chapter 16 - Science & Religion
Next Wed/Thu - Test Unit 4: The Early Modern World, 1500-1750
Chapters 14, 15, 16
Plus FRQ Essay - Comparative