Agenda: Week of Feb. 19-23, 2018

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 5: THE EUROPEAN MOMENT IN WORLD HISTORY 1750-1914
CH 19 Internal Troubles, External Threats: China, the Ottoman Empire, & Japan 
& CH 20 Colonial Encounters
THIS IS A 5 DAY WEEK; 5 DAYS - 7 PERIODS EACH
Week at a Glance:
MON - Imperialism: The British Empire & the world's reaction; Crash Course WH: Imperialism
TUE - Quiz CH 19Quiz Review
WED - 2011 Migration CCOT - Sample Thesis work
THU - 2004 CCOT Annotated Rubric; Labor Systems - How to attack the CCOT & Historical Context; 
FRI - Notes, Video, DiscussionColonial Conquests & ImperialismThe British Empire; Ottoman Empire: Sick Man of Europe; Chinese Self-Strengthening (not); Japanese Meiji Restoration.
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ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz CH 19 on Tuesday, this week
Quiz CH 20 on Monday, next week
We will write the CCOT Essay on Tuesday, Feb. 27th.
LEARNING TARGETS:
Chapter 19 Targets
• To make students aware of the refocusing of racism in the nineteenth-century West
• To examine the effects of Western dominance on the empires of Asia
• To explore the reasons behind the collapse of the Chinese and Ottoman empires
• To investigate the reasons for Japan’s rise to its position as an industrial superpower and to compare Japan’s experience with that of China 

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
Chapter 19 Essential Questions
1. What differences can you identify in how China, the Ottoman Empire, and Japan experienced Western imperialism and confronted it? How might you account for those differences?
2. In what ways did the Industrial Revolution shape the character of nineteenth-century European imperialism?
3. “The response of each society to European imperialism grew out of its larger historical development and its internal problems.” What evidence might support this statement?
4. What accounts for the massive peasant rebellions of nineteenth-century China?
5. How did Western pressures stimulate change in China during the nineteenth century?
6. What lay behind the decline of the Ottoman Empire in the nineteenth century?
7. How did Japan’s historical development differ from that of China and the Ottoman Empire during the nineteenth century?
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Monday, February 19, 2018
Quote: "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Seuss

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: How did the pursuit of tea by the British impact their colonial advancement? 


3. Compare Chinese, Ottoman, & Japanese responses to Colonization & later Imperialism:
ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz CH 19 on Tuesday, this week
Quiz CH 20 on Monday, next week
We will write the CCOT Essay on Tuesday, Feb. 27th.
'The Sick Man of Europe' - The Ottoman Empire's final days.
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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Quote"I've learned that you shouldn't go through life with a catcher's mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back." - Erica Jong

Agenda:
1. Reading Check Quiz - CH 19: Internal Trouble & External Threats 

2. Review Quiz Ch 19 - Internal Struggles; External Threats


ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz CH 20 on Monday, next week
We will write the CCOT Essay on Tuesday, Feb. 27th.
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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Quote"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." - Jimi Hendrix

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Why did China have a favorable balance of trade with Britain until the Taiping Rebellion?

Answer these questions:
A. Why did China have a favorable balance of trade with Britain until the Taiping Rebellion?
B. What 2 factors drove imperialism? 
C. What prevented the Europeans from colonizing Africa before the 19th century?
D. What technologies facilitated Europe’s domination of Africa?
E. Why did most European powers use indirect rule to control their colonies?
F. How did business imperialism compare to political imperialism? 
Discuss.

3. Compare Chinese, Ottoman, & Japanese responses to Colonization & later Imperialism:
ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz CH 20 on Monday, next week
We will write the CCOT Essay on Tuesday, Feb. 27th.
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Thursday, February 20, 2018
Quote"Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn't." - Erica Jong

Agenda:
1. Pick up 2004 CCOT Annotated Rubric - How does historical context factor into this question? How can you use it in a CCOT? 

2. Breakdown the Political Cartoon: "China, the cake of kings, and of emperors."

2. Andrew Marr's History of the World: Industry (which also goes into colonialism & imperialism a great deal)  Students will take notes over the video. Keep the notes for use with your quiz tomorrow over CH 19. 


ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz CH 20 on Monday, next week
We will write the CCOT Essay on Tuesday, Feb. 27th.
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Friday, February 23, 2018
Quote: "You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." - Winston Churchill

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: How would you group the Scramble for Africa documents? Why? 

2. Document Based Question Study. Students will work in groups to break down the question for 

African reactions to Scramble for AfricaUsing the documents, analyze African actions and reactions in response to the European Scramble for Africa. Identify an additional type of document and explain how it would help in assessing African actions and reactions.

ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz CH 20 on Monday, next week
We will write the CCOT Essay on Tuesday, Feb. 27th.

College Readiness Week

This week is "College Readiness Week" & I'll be discussing the benefits of a college education all week. Plus, I'll be sharing some photos and stories from my time at Juniata College

Chris, Brandon, & I - May 10, 1992
Monday, Feb 12
College Spirit Day!
All students and staff are encouraged to wear a college t-shirt with jeans!
Students who wear a college shirt will have the opportunity to win prizes at lunch. 

6:00 - 8:00 pm

College Readiness Information Night 
Encourage your students and their parents to attend Monday's information night to learn more about college readiness, applying to and paying for college, preparing for college admissions testing, and Dual Credit/AP programming. 

Tuesday, Feb 13
College and Career Prep
Dress to represent your future career!
During lunches, students can visit the library for assistance from the counselors. They will be able to assist students with summer job searches and applications, creating an ApplyTexas account to begin the college application process, and searching for volunteer opportunities to build their college resume.


Wednesday, Feb 14
Resources for College Planning
Suggested advisory discussions:
1. Course selections/plans are due back to counselors by Friday, February 16. 
Talk to your students about this important deadline and their future plans. Encourage them to review the course guide if they have questions about their career pathway. 

2. Do your students have a khanacademy.org account? Do they know that Khan Academy offers FREE, personalized practice for the SAT? If they haven't linked their Khan Academy account to their College Board score portal yet, today is the day! 

Direct them to satpractice.org to get started. This is an awesome resource!

Thursday, Feb 15
AP Exam Registration
& Dual Credit Interest
All students who are registered for at least one AP exam by lunch on 2/15 will have the opportunity to enter their names into a drawing to have up to 2 AP exams paid for!!  

Students who have registered for at least one AP exam must come to the table outside the cafeteria to sign up for the free exam drawing.

So, encourage your students to register before this day!

*During lunches, students will be encouraged to learn more about AP courses. AP teachers are invited to provide information about their courses to be shared with students.

Friday, Feb 16
Senior College Celebration
Students and staff are encouraged to wear a college t-shirt with jeans! 

Seniors are encouraged to represent their future school!
Seniors who bring a copy of a college acceptance letter can visit the library during lunches for a treat. Those who attend the celebration will also be entered into a drawing for a $250 college scholarship.

Agenda: Week of Feb 12-16, 2018

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 5: The European Moment, 1750 - 1914
CH 17: The Atlantic Revolutions -and- CH 18: The Industrial Revolution
Week at a Glance:
MON: Quiz Ch 17; Review 17 Quiz
TUE: Impact of IR as a turning point in World History; Writing POV with the DBQ; Revolutions of Industry
WED: Quiz Ch 18Review 18 Quiz
THU: IR DBQ PracticeCrash Course WH 2 - Money & Debt
FRITEST Unit 5, Part I: CH 17 & 18 -- Atlantic Revolutions & Revolutions of Industry

ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Monday CH 17
Quiz on Wednesday CH 18
TEST on FRIDAY CH 17 & 18 Multiple Choice w/2 SAQ questions

CH 18 Revolutions of Industry

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?

Why did the Industrial Revolution take hold and seem to explode in Great Britain?
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Monday, February 12th, 2018
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

Agenda:
1. Quiz CH 17 - Atlantic Revolutions

2. Review Quiz CH 17 - Atlantic Revolutions

ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Monday CH 17
Quiz on Wednesday CH 18
TEST on FRIDAY CH 17 & 18 Multiple Choice w/2 SAQ questions
The Russian Revolution definitely qualifies as "Revolution of Industry".
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Tuesday, February 13th, 2018
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: Explain how industrialization in the period circa 1750–1900 can be considered an economic, political, & social turning point in global history.
2017 SAQ: INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION - ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, & SOCIAL TURNING POINTS

2. IR POV: Review the document on the screen, write out the meaning & point of view.

3. Notes, Video, Discussion: Revolutions of Industry



In which John Green wraps up revolutions month with what is arguably the most revolutionary of modern revolutions, the Industrial Revolution. While very few leaders were beheaded in the course of this one, it changed the lives of more people more dramatically than any of the political revolutions we've discussed. So, why did the Industrial Revolution happen around 1750 in the United Kingdom? Coal. Easily accessible coal, it turns out. All this, plus you'll finally learn the difference between James Watt and Thomas Newcomen, and will never again be caught telling people that your blender has a 900 Newcomen motor.

ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Monday CH 17
Quiz on Wednesday CH 18

TEST on FRIDAY CH 17 & 18 Multiple Choice w/2 SAQ questions
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Quote: "There is only one happiness in this life... to love and to be loved." - George Sand

1. Quiz Chapter 18 The Industrial Revolution


2. Review CH 18 Quiz
ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Monday CH 17
Quiz on Wednesday CH 18

TEST on FRIDAY CH 17 & 18 Multiple Choice w/2 SAQ questions

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Thursday, February 15th, 2018
Quote: "To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often." - Winston Churchill

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick up the packet - IR DBQ Practice

2. Crash Course WH 2 - Money & Debt
In which John Green teaches about filthy, filthy lucre. Money. And Debt. So, what is money? And what is it for? And why do we use money? And why does it all disappear so quickly after payday? John will look into 75% of these questions, and if he doesn't come up with answers, we'll get into some interesting ideas along the way, at least. This week we'll investigate whether money displaces barter, then leads to war, slavery, and what we think of as civilized social orders. We'll also see what old Adam Smith thinks of big money, no whammies, this week on Crash 
The Industrial Revolution made life better, but progress came with a cost. 
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Friday, February 16th, 2018
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. TEST - Multiple Choice questions + 2 Short Answer Questions (SAQs)
You will have the entire period for the test.

Agenda: Week of Feb. 5-9, 2018

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:
TUE: Quiz Ch 17Review Quiz 
WED: The Art of the French Revolution Students will analyze the art of the French Revolution to see the elements that inspired people to revolt.; Timed Writing Practice - Comparative Atlantic Revolutions; Students will be in groups and they will write each part of the comparative. As a class we will select the best thesis, topic sentences, evidence, context, and complexity elements from each group to put together one great essay response throughout the period. 
FRI: CH. 18: The Industrial Revolution; Crash Course: Industrial Revolution
------------------------- ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Ch 18 Industrial Revolution next Monday
TEST over 17 & 18 is on Thursday Feb. 15th (no block days that week)
Next timed writing: Feb. 22nd LEQ CCOT 
2011 World Migrations, 1700-1900

2004 Labor Systems, 1492-1900
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Chapter 17 - Atlantic Revolutions - TARGETS
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 5, 2018
Quote of the Day: "Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake." - Napoleon Bonaparte

Agenda:
1. Final portion of the Video DocumentaryHistory Channel's French Revolution
Questions for the French Revolution DocumentaryDiscussion & Questions 
2. Discussion: The Atlantic Revolutions Compared


ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Ch 18 Industrial Revolution next Monday
TEST over 17 & 18 is on Thursday Feb. 15th (no block days that week)
Next timed writing: Feb. 22nd LEQ CCOT 
2011 World Migrations, 1700-1900

2004 Labor Systems, 1492-1900
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Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Quote of the Day: "Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence." - Napoleon Bonaparte

Agenda:
1. Quiz CH 17 - Reading Check. Students may use hand written notes on the quiz.


2. Review CH 17 Quiz ~ Atlantic Revolutions

ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Ch 18 Industrial Revolution next Monday
TEST over 17 & 18 is on Thursday Feb. 15th (no block days that week)
Next timed writing: Feb. 22nd LEQ CCOT 
2011 World Migrations, 1700-1900

2004 Labor Systems, 1492-1900
The Tennis Court Oath, by David
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Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018
Quote of the Day:  "Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools." - Napoleon Bonaparte

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick up the Comparative Question Handout from the front table:
2. Timed Writing Practice - Comparative Atlantic Revolutions; Students will be in groups and they will write each part of the comparative. As a class we will select the best thesis, topic sentences, evidence, context, and complexity elements from each group to put together one great essay response throughout the period. 

3. The Art of the French Revolution Students will analyze the art of the French Revolution to see the elements that inspired people to revolt.

ASSIGNMENTS:
Quiz on Ch 18 Industrial Revolution next Monday
TEST over 17 & 18 is on Thursday Feb. 15th (no block days that week)
Next timed writing: Feb. 22nd LEQ CCOT 
2011 World Migrations, 1700-1900

2004 Labor Systems, 1492-1900
The Death of Marat, by David
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Friday, Feb. 9, 2018
Quote of the Day: "You are the bows from which your children are living arrows sent forth." - Kahul Gibran

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: How did the Industrial Revolution affect the average worker in the late 18th through 19th centuries?

2. Notes, Discussion, Video: CH. 18: The Industrial Revolution

3. VideoCrash Course: 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. 
Quiz on Ch 18 Industrial Revolution next Monday
TEST over 17 & 18 is on Wednesday/Thursday Feb. 8th & 9th.