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    What we did in class: Friday, December 6

    --read about Medieval disease, including the Bubonic plague (pkt 4.6)

    --watched a few short videos on the plague (below)

    --completed 4.6 on jumbo worksheet

    https://youtu.be/YhsPPBGtquo

    https://youtu.be/rZy6XilXDZQ

    What we did in class: Thursday, December 5

    --read section 4.4 of packet

    --completed FRONT side of jumbo worksheet (that's 4.2,4.3 and 4.4) and turned it in

    --then read section 4.5 of packet

    NO HOMEWORK (but there's a test coming next week :)

    What we did in class: Wednesday, December 4

    --completed sections 4.2 and 4.3 on jumbo worksheet

    NO HOMEWORK

    What we did in class: Tuesday, December 3

    --reviewed what we learned yesterday by watching this video

    https://youtu.be/zZimXhjGshI

    --continued in packet (page 45) and learned about guilds

    --worked on jumbo worksheet, 4.2 and 4.3

    NO HOMEWORK

    What we did in class: Monday, December 2

    --Thanksgiving check-in

    --review of class behavior expectations

    --start Medieval town chapter--picture and read two pages of packet

    NO HOMEWORK

    What we did in class: Friday, November 22

    --took 'bonus test' (in Aeries)

    --finished watching trebuchet video

    --discussed Thanksgiving

    Grades are up to date in Aeries

    What we did in class: Thursday, November 21

    --got our grade on yesterday's Middle Ages test (they weren't as good as hoped)

    --those grades are now posted on Aeries

    --watched a video on medieval war technology (Nova, PBS)

    --got ready for tomorrow's BONUS TEST, worth up to 5 extra credit points.

    What we did in class: Wednesday, November 20

    --we took the Middle Ages test. That's it. Grades to be given in class tomorrow

    and posted on Aeries by Friday afternoon.

    What we did in class: Tuesday, November 19

    --we finished the Magna Carta worksheet and went over it.

    --we got out the yellow study guide given in class yesterday and started

    filling it out using the three worksheets stapled to it.

    MIDDLE AGES TEST TOMORROW. 15 points. Multiple choice.

    What we did in class: Monday, November 18

    --weekend check-in

    --introduction/overview of the Magna Carta by watching this video by the BBC:

    https://youtu.be/9zT4hkAxzLg

    --read pages 308-309 in textbook and started Magna Carta worksheet which is on the back

    of 'feudalism, part II' worksheet from last week.

    --we watched this video, too:
    https://youtu.be/F_5My8XH-n0

    --organized worksheets and rec'd study guide for Wednesday's test

    HOMEWORK: Middle Ages TEST on Wednesday. Study guide handed out in class today (it's yellow)

    What we did in class: Friday, November 15

    --we read page 306 in the text book and learned about the conflict between

    the 'cross and crown' in 1075.

    --Competed and turned in Ticket Out question (5 points, to be graded as a test)

    NO HOMEWORK< but there will be  a test next week, I promise!

    What we did in class: Thursday, November 14

    --we watched this video podcast about the Medieval Roman Catholic Church

    https://youtu.be/tdA8DMISJ1o

    --we took notes on the video (the triangle, vocab words) on the reverse site of the JUMBO

    worksheet that was done last week (and returned today)

    NO HOMEWORK

    What we did in class: Wednesday, November 13

    --completed and reviewed worksheet from yesterday (not collected)

    NO HOMEWORK

    What we did in class: Tuesday, November 12

    --completed the film notes worksheet from Friday

    --read page 304 in textbook and

    --started (probably didn't finish) worksheet from page 304

    NO HOMEWORK

    What we did in class:  Friday, November 8

    --continued (and almost finished) watching

    the PBS NOVA video called "Secrets of the Shining Knight"

    and though there was a worksheet of 'fill in as you go' notes, it was NOT turned in.

    NO HOMEWORK. Grades are updated in Aeries, which includes the Coat of Arms assignment

    that was turned in earlier this week.

    What we did in class: Thursday, November 7

    --turned in coat of arms project with DoG if not turned in yesterday

    --did seven vocabulary words from page 292 in text book ('names and places' on lower half of page, starting with Crusades and ending with Reconquista)

    --turned in the above seven vocabulary words

    --started watching the PBS NOVA video called "Secrets of the Shining Knight"

    NO HOMEWORK

    What we did in class, Wednesday: November 6

    --turned in coat of arms project

    --finished reading packet

    --completed jumbo-size worksheet and turned it in

    --Homework: if you didn't turn in your coat of arms today, it's due tomorrow with a DoG certificate

    What we did in class, Tuesday, November 5

    --reviewed the steps to becoming a knight

    --got coat of arms project and worked on it in class. No one finished the project.

    --Homework: Coat of Arms project. Due tomorrow. DoG-able to Thursday. 15 points.

    (handouts on 'class handouts section of webpage)

    What we did in class, Monday, November 4

    --watched an introductory video about medival knights (link below)

    --read pages 26 & 27 in the packet

    --continued working on the jumbo-sized worksheet

    NO homework. (but tomorrow there will be!)

    https://youtu.be/AtCxl9leYQ4

    What we did in class, Thursday, October 31

    --periods 5 & 6 turned in the redo of last week's 'ticket in'

    --worked on jumbo-sized chapter worksheet of the packet

    --watched a halloween cartoon (because today is Halloween)

    --NO homework for any class. NO school tomorrow.

    What we did in class, Wednesday, October 30

    --periods 2 & 3 turned in redo of last week's ticket in

    --finished Castle video and notes (then turned in notes)

    Optional HW for periods 5 & 6 only today: redo Ticket In question from Friday. Due tomorrow. NOT dog-able.

    What we did in class, Tuesday, October 29

    --periods 7 & 8 turned in their redo of last week's 'ticket in'

    --read page 25 of the packet

    --watched some more of the "Castle" video.

    --Optional HW for periods 2 & 3 only today: redo Ticket In question from Friday. Due tomorrow at the start of class. NOT dog-able.

    (periods 5 & 6 will have this optional HW tomorrow)

     

    What we did in class: Monday, October 28

    --read page 24 of the packet

    --watched about 15 minutes of "Castle" video and filled out #s 1 & 2 of notes worksheet

    --OPTIONAL HW for periods 7 &8 only: redo Ticket In question from Friday. Due tomorrow at the start of class. NOT dog-able.

    (other classes will get this optional HW throughout the week)

    What we did in class: Friday (!) October 25

    --watched yesterday's video again because

    --ticket in question based on the video and yesterday's reading

    (it will be graded as a five-point assessment)

    What we did in class: Thursday, October 24

    --read page 23 of packet (Battle of Hastings!)

    --watched this video (and tomorrow there will be a 'ticket in' question on the information in the video)

    https://youtu.be/bQ8A5gRe_Dw

    What we did in class: Wednesday, October 23

    --continued Middle Ages packet

    What we did in class: Tuesday, October 22

    --read Middle Ages packet

    NO homework (and none this week at all due to the shortened day schedule)

    What we did in class: Monday, October 21

    --turned in Charlemagne project (w/DoG) if it wasn't turned in on Friday

    --reviewed Friday's Middle Ages worksheet (graded and in Aeries)

    No homework

    What we did in class: Friday, October 18

    --turned in Charlemagne project (if you didn't, it's due Monday w/a DoG)

    --worked on and finished The Middle Ages worksheet (see class handouts section)

    NO homework, unless you didn't turn in the Charlemagne project.

    What we did in class: Thursday, October 17

    --reviewed our "Charlemagne was..." notes

    --received and started Charlemagne acrostic project (handout on 'class handouts' page)

    Homework: Charlemagne project --due tomorrow or dog-able to Monday. Ten points.

    What we did in class: Wednesday, October 16

    --learned a lot about Charlemagne by:

    --reading pages 296-297 in our text and page 20-21 in a handout

    --took notes on "Charlemagne was..." by using the information in the two items above.

    No homework (but no promise for the same tomorrow!)

    What we did in class: Tuesday, October 15

    --watched a video overview of the feudal system

    --got a bright pink card with the website to sign in to the digital version of the textbook.

    (that information can be found on the handout section of my website)

    No homework

    What we did in class: Monday, October 14

    --reviewed class behavior expectations (see 'class handouts' page for what was reviewed)

    --went over chapter 11 vocabulary from page 292 in text book

    --read page 294-95 in text book

    No homework

    What we did in class: Friday, October 4

    --revisited Hispanic Heritage Month by watching a video

    --took notes on video (5 sentences or bullet points)

    Nope, NO homework.

    What we did in class: Thursday, October 3

    --rec'd results of yesterday's test (and the grades were TERRIBLE)

    --got introduced to chapter 11--feudalism

    --did vocabulary words (chivalry to vassal & Charlemagne, Franks and Middle Ages)

    NO homework

     What we did in class: Wednesday, October 2

    --took Byzantine empire test.

    What we did in class: Tuesday, October 1

     --completed a practice quiz

    --did question #1 (and only #1) from pages 49, 51 & 55.

    TEST tomorrow on the Byzantine Empire. That's pages 42-55 in the text book.

    12 points. Multiple choice. No retakes. This will be the first grade of the second quarter.

    --study your chapter two notes, along with the two things we did in class today.

    --->Hint for the test tomorrow:  Turks, 1453, A. D. <------

    What we did in class: Monday, September 30

    --turned in Where I'm From poem with DoG certificate

    --read the remainder of chapter 2 in our history books (pages 50-54)

    --took notes on same (tho many classes didn't get to pages 53-54)

    Expect a test on Wednesday. More on that in class tomorrow.

     

    What we did in class: Friday, September 27

    --turned in Where I'm From poem

    --watched a few short videos that had nothing to do with history

    --watched part of a PBS documentary on Hispanic immigration

    Homework: If you didn't turn in Where I'm From poem today, it's due Monday with a DoG.

     

    What we did in class: Thursday, September 26

    --watched these videos to give us more ideas on our Where I'm From poem

    https://youtu.be/RRdaY6RGsHs

    https://youtu.be/JBTomRUG-SE

    Started our WHere I'm From poem, using both the yellow graphic organizer completed in class yesterday and our Who Am I? notes from last week (stapled together)

    HOMEWORK: complete Where I'm From poem. Due tomorrow, Friday, September 27.

    It is dog-able to Monday.    If another handout is needed, refer to the handouts section of this website.

     

    What we did in class: Wednesday, September 25

    --continued and finished the yellow handout that will help build the

    "Where I'm From" poem

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVryvxLTIyU&t=2s

    NO homework

     

    What we did in class: Tuesday, September 24

    --continue with chapter two notes (paper folded so there's four squares and labeled with each section we've covered thus far)

    --read part of page 50.

    NO HOMEWORK

     

    What we did in class: Monday, September 23

    --weekend check-in and a review of class procedures and behavior expectations

    --Hagia Sophia video (this:)

    https://youtu.be/KRPp3jzv1Tw

    --Chapter 2 notes

     

    What we did in class: Friday, September 20

    --returned/reviewed last week's Fall of Rome test

    --made sure our chapter two vocabulary was correct (3 words on board: schism, Eastern Roman Empire, Justinian Code)

    --watched this video about Justinian's rise to power:

    https://youtu.be/H_2E0RxVHH4https://youtu.be/H_2E0RxVHH4

    --read pages 44-45

     

    What we did in class: Thursday, September 19

    --we continued looking at the question "Who Am I?" by reading a poem (actually,

    we watched this video: https://youtu.be/ZdnHl_yW1dQW

    --we worked on filling out (3 or 4 boxes) of the yellow worksheet, using adjectives and nouns

    NO HOMEWORK

     

    What we did in class: Wednesday, September 18

    -watched this video: https://youtu.be/hMTBhz92xvU

    --discussed "Who Am I?" and took notes on same

    NO HOMEWORK

     

    What we did in class: Tuesday, September 17

    --finished yesterday's vocabulary (all words in both columns from page 40). If students completed it, there's a stamp on each page.

    students are responsible for knowingthe definitions all words, whether or not they finished in class.

    --text, pages 42-43

    NO HOMEWORK

     

     What we did in class, Monday, September 16

    --Fall of Rome test results (posted on Aeries as of 3 pm today)

    --a small bit of information on Hispanic Heritage Month

    --Chapter two vocabulary (page 40)

    NO HOMEWORK

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    What we did in class: Friday, September 13

    --studied 4 minutes for the test

    --took Fall of Rome test

    --Roman numerals

    What we did in class: Thursday, September 12

    -reviewed 3.2 worksheet

    --read page 37

    --did 3.3 worksheet and reviewed it in class

    --reviewed what tomorrow's test will be about and look like

    (multiple choice, 12 questions)

    TEST TOMORROW

     

    What we did in class: Wednesday, September 11

    ---remembered 9/11/01 by watching a CNN "The Ten" video

    --turned in 3.2 worksheet if not turned in yesterday

    --looked at page 36 (the picture of Attila the Hun) and analyzed it

    --received study guide for Friday's TEST

    HW: begin getting ready for Friday's test on the Fall of Rome

     

    What we did in class: Tuesday, September 10

    --reviewed yesterday's vocabulary

    --finished reading page 34-35

    --worked on (but maybe didn't finish) 3.2 worksheet.

    If worksheet wasn't completed in class, it's homework and due tomorrow. NOT dog-able

     (worksheet it on class handout section of my webpage)

     

    What we did in class: Monday, September 9

    --weekend check-in

    --finished page 32 and reasons why Rome fell (written on the right side of the paper we started on Friday)

    --started page 34 and wrote down terms from the text that we didn't understand

    NO Homework, but probably a test by week's end.

     

    What we did in class: Friday, September 6

    --reviewed last week's geography of Europe quiz

    --wrote down six terms from yesterday's text reading that we didn't understand

    --wrote down a few reasons for Rome's fall, taken from page 32 in textbook

     

    What we did in class: Thursday, September 5

    --turned in our personal timeline project

    --heard a story about reading and why it's important

    --started reading page 32 in textbook

    NO HOMEWORK

     

    What we did in class: Wednesday, September 4

    --finished watching video

    --had a bit more time to work on personal timeline project

    --DUE TOMORROW (not Dog-able): Personal Timeline Assignment

     

    What we did in class: Tuesday, September 3 (we were off y'day for Labor Day)

    --some classes (2nd period) finished watching Rome video

    --all the other classes, including 2nd period wroked on the rough draft of their personal timeline

    --Homework: Personal timeline. Due Thursday, September 5. NOT dog-able

    The handout for the assignment can be found in the 'handout' section of this webpage.

     

    What we did in class: Friday, August 30, 2019\

    --review of Rome by way of video

    --started rough draft of personal timeline

     

    What we did in class: Thursday, August 29, 2019

    --got test results (on board and updated on AERIES)

    --reviewed vocabulary terms

    --started page 12 in text

    NO homework

     

    What we did in class: Wednesday, August 28, 2019

    --took the geography test

    --finished vocabulary from yesterday if it wasn't completed yesterday

    --NO homework unless you didn't (yet) finish your vocabulary. It's due tomorrow by the end of homeroom. No later.

    What we did in class: Tuesday, August 27, 2019

    --got a reminder that there's a geography test tomorrow (it's worth 15 points)

    --worked on vocabulary from chapter 1 to review things (when completed, it was stamped and worth 5 points)

    BE ready for tomorrow's geography quiz. 15 points. No retakes.

     

    What we did in class: Monday, August 26, 2019

    --completed filling out the map of Europe we started on Friday

    --took a practice quiz on the countries and waterways of Europe

    --YES, homework: On Wednesday, August 28  15 point quiz on the geography of Europe. No retakes.

     

    What we did in class, Friday, August 23, 2019

    --worked on filling out a map of Europe using the atlas (expect both a practice test and a real test on it next week)

    --NO homework

    What we did in class, Thursday, August 22, 2019

    --completed textbook scavenger hunt

    --many classes then self-corrected the worksheet

    NO homework

     What we did in class: Wednesday, August 21, 2019

    --started in the textbook--hurray!!

    --started textbook scavenger hunt handout together to get familiar with the book

    --NO homework

    What we did in class: Tuesday, August 20, 2019

    --complete side II of geography and turn in

    --basic geography lesson--what do you know?

    --NO homework

     What we did in class: Monday, August 19, 2019

    weekend check-in

    start geography--atlas, fill out blank map with continents and oceans

     -->NO homework

     

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