Use your text, but NO searching the Net! Bubble in the scantron with what you believe is the most correct answer. Turn scantron into In Box.
If you didn't bring your text... bummer... you're on your own.
Start reading Ch 10 or an SRC book if there's time left after you complete the test.
Read 9.1 and 9.2
9.1 Outline & 9.2 worksheet
Lectures on Urban Life and The Rise of Corporations
Wednesday: Industrial Diseases
Using the Center for Disease Control website, research the diseases that plagued (see what I did there?) urban life during the Industrial Revolution: Smallpox, typhus, typhoid, dysentery, diphtheria, scarlet fever, tuberculosis and cholera. For each disease (label please!):
Finish Ch 9 reading and work. Socialism vs Capitalism. Turn in at end of class. I will lecture briefly on Monday after break.
* We'll tackle Ch. 10 and 11 AND 12 after the break.
Finish Monday's work
Worksheet on 9.1
Video on Wilhelm II of Prussia
Work on Google Slides presentation on Romanticism
At their tables, have them work on a Google Slides presentation (share as a group) on
1) Define Romanticism. What are the elements that make something "Romanatic"
2) examples of Romantic art: three items with explanation of what is Romantic about the subject or medium used)
3) music: 3 specific examples with info about the composer, the intent and/or the effect of the composition, & why is it Romantic?)
4) poetry/literature, Again, at least three examples and explain what is Romantic about the piece.
- Slides must not have more than 7 words per slide. Images require explanatory text. Text must be in their own words. It may take more than one slide to cover a topic.
- Links to outside sources must have a purpose beyond "I wasn't allowed to copy/paste so I'll just link". A good example of an outside link would be to a piece of music so we can listen to it (but it couldn't be embeded in the presentation).
Open book test on Ch. 8 (everyone should get an A!)
Skill Builder 1&2 (p274)
Primary Docs Questions (p 275)
- Political Cartoon 1789
-English Bill of Rights
- Political Cartoon 1765
- Compare & Contrast 1&2
Skill Builder 1&2,
DBQs for Paine, Bolivar, & Robespierre (p 276-277)
Compare/Contrast (p277) 1&2
Rows (showing how ea. rev. followed/didn't follow the model) should be:
1) French Rev.
2) American Rev.
3) Russian or Chinese Rev. (whichever you chose to research)
Students will present their Slides presentations.