Homework for Ancient World History

January 4th: Have parents sign syllabus. Read and take notes on Chapter 1, Section 1 of the textbook. 



January 7th: Read and take notes on Chapter 1, Section 2 of the textbook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yocja_N5s1I&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9


 January 8th : Read and take notes on Chapter 1, Section 3 of the textbook. 


 Finish argumentative essay. It is due by Wednesday at the beginning of class. You must have a signed outline of the essay or it will be a zero. 


January 9th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 1 of the textbook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sohXPx_XZ6Y&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9&index=3



January 10th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 2 of the textbook. 



Presentation topic is the Pyramids. 

January 11th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 3 of the textbook. 



Presentation topic is Mohenjo-daro. 

January 14th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 4 of the textbook. 



January 15th:  Finish Egyptian pyramid essay.



January 16th:  Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 1 of the textbook. 



Presentation topic is Hinduism. 


January 17th: Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 2 of the textbook. 

Presentation topic is Buddhism. 

January 22: Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 3 of the textbook. 


January 23: Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 4 of the textbook. Read the Theseus story. 



Presentation topic is Judaism. 

January 24: Read and take notes on Chapter 4, Section 1 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Ramesses II. 

January 25: Read and take notes on Chapter 4, Section 2 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Sennacherib


 January 28Read and take notes on Chapter 4, Section 3 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Zoroastrianism. 


January 29: Read and take notes on Chapter 4, Section 4 of the textbook. 

Presentation topic is Confucianism. 

Presentation topic is Daoism

January 30: 

January 31: Finish outline for Daoism vs. Confucianism. 


February 1:  Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 1 of the textbook. 

Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 2 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Battle of Thermopylae. 

Feburary 4th:  Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 3 of the textbook. 

Presentation topic is Pericles

Check the documents we used today for help. 


February 5Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 4 of the textbook. 

Presentation topic is Alexander the Great. 


February 6: 
Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 5 of the textbook. 

Feburary 7: 

February 8:  Finish essay  for "Was Athens a democracy?" Finish essay for "Taoism and Confucianism."

BOTH OUTLINES NEED TO BE SIGNED AND TURNED IN WITH ESSAY.



February 11: Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 1 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Punic Wars. 


February 12: Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 2 of the textbook. 

Presentation topic is Julius Caesar

February 13: Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 3 of the textbook. 



Presentation topic is St. Paul.  

February 14thRead and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 4 of the textbook.  Review classwork from today. 


Presentation topic is Attila. 

February 15Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 5 of the textbook. 

February 18:  Prepare for your midterm.


February 19: Finish Augustus essay.   

February 27: Prepare for quiz tomorrow.

March 4: Finish Act IV of Julius Caesar

March 8:  Read and take notes on Chapter 7, Section 1 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Ahsoka. 

March 11th: Finish essay on Caesar for Tuesday. You must hand it in with a SIGNED outline. 

March 12th: 

Read and take notes on Chapter 7, Section 3 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is dynastic cycle. 

March 13:  Read and take notes on Chapter 8, Section 1 of the textbook. 


FINISH ASOKA ESSAY. YOU MUST HAVE A SIGNED OUTLINE. 

March 14:
Read and take notes on Chapter 8, Section 3 of the textbook. 


  Read and take notes on Chapter 9, Section 1 of the textbook. 


March 15Read and take notes on Chapter 10, Section 1 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Muhammad. 

March 21:  

Read and take notes on Chapter 10, Section 2 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is the caliphs. 

Read and take notes on Chapter 10, Section 3 of the textbook. 


Your essay is due on Friday for "Why did Islam spread so quickly?" You must also hand in a signed outline. Do not be late to print out essay. Refer to this for help with mechanics: 



March 22: Read and take notes on Chapter 11, Section 1 of the textbook. 

Presentation topic is Justinian. 

March 25: Read and take notes on Chapter 12, Section 2 of the textbook.

Presentation topic is Genghis Khan. 

March 26: Read and take notes on Chapter 13, Section 1 of the textbook. 


Presentation topic is Charlemagne. 

March 27: Read and take notes on Chapter 13, Section 2 of the textbook. 


March 28: Your essays for both Charlemagne and the Mongols are due on Friday. I must have signed your outlines. 

March 29: 



Ensure that all your notes have been completed. Read through each section I assigned for homework. 

Entry Ticket to Final Exam: 
Entry Ticket for Exam (to be completed prior to entering the classroom. You cannot take the final exam without finishing the entry ticket according to specifications):


Ensure that all your notes have been completed. Read through each section I assigned for homework. Read through all your notes. The final exam is open notebook.

April 10th and 11th:
FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM- 
You may use your composition notebook and nothing else. It is multiple choice 100 questions. Please submit your final exam inside your composition notebook when you hand it in. I will grade both your notebook and final exam. Obviously, please ensure that you have completed ALL homework assignments.  










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