Homework for Ancient World History

September 11: Have parents sign syllabus. Read and take notes on Chapter 1, Section 1 of the textbook. 



September 13th: Read and take notes on Chapter 1, Section 2 of the textbook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yocja_N5s1I&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9


 September 14th (for the weekend): Read and take notes on Chapter 1, Section 3 of the textbook. 


September 17th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 1 of the textbook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sohXPx_XZ6Y&list=PLBDA2E52FB1EF80C9&index=3


 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. 

September 18th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 2 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. 

September 19th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 3 of the textbook. 




September 20th: Read and take notes on Chapter 2, Section 4 of the textbook. 

Your completed PRINTED 1st essay is due in class tomorrow. Do not be late for class to print out your essay. Do not send it to me via email. 

September 21st:  Finish Egyptian pyramid essay outline.


You may not use any other resources for this essay besides the documents above. The one exception is paragraph 2. 


September 24: Finish Chapter 1 and 2 review. 


September 25th: Finish Egyptian pyramid essay. You must also hand in your signed outline.

September 26th: Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 1 of the textbook. 


September 27: Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 2 of the textbook. 

September 28: Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 3 of the textbook. 


Blocks one and two: Answer the following question in paragraph form: 
  1. What are some areas in your life where you might have rigid thinking or where you might see the world with a bias?


October 1: Read and take notes on Chapter 3, Section 4 of the textbook. 


October 2: Read and take notes on Chapter 4, Section 1 of the textbook. 


October 3: Read and take notes on Chapter 4, Section 2 of the textbook. 


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


If you have not yet done so, please review these documents:

WHY DID SENNACHERIB LEAVE JERUSALEM? 
October 5: Read and take notes on Chapter 4, Section 4 of the textbook. 

October 8: Complete take-home quiz for chapter 3 and 4.

October 9: Finish paragraphs 2 and 3 for "What are the similarities and differences between Taoism and Confucianism?" 

October 10:  Finish outline for Taoism vs Confucianism.

October 11:  Finish outline for Taoism vs Confucianism.
For help with completing the outline, utilize the following sources:

3) The Venn Diagram we created in class. 

October 12:   Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 1 of the textbook. 

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



October 15:  Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 3 of the textbook. 

Finish the google form for homework.


October 16Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 4 of the textbook. 


October 17: 
Read and take notes on Chapter 5, Section 5 of the textbook. 

October 18: Finish essay  for "Was Athens a democracy?" Finish essay for "Taoism and Confucianism."

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


October 19:  Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 1 of the textbook. 


Finish Greek mythology chart from class

October 22: Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 2 of the textbook. 

October 23: Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 3 of the textbook. 



October 24: Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 4 of the textbook.  Review classwork from today. 


October 25th: Read and take notes on Chapter 6, Section 5 of the textbook. 

October 26:  Prepare for your midterm.

October 29: Prepare for your midterm.

October 30: Prepare for your midterm.

October 31: Your paper on Rome is due on November 2nd. 

November 2nd: No homework.

November 5th: No homework.

November 6th: Finish review  of chapters 5 and 6. 

November 14th: Prepare for quiz on Julius Caesar tomorrow.

November 16th: Finish essay on Caesar for Monday. 

November 19th: Finish chapter 5 and 6 review. 

November 20th: Your final copy of the Caesar essay is due tomorrow. Bring in your outline and your peer edits.

November 21st:  Read and take notes on Chapter 7, Section 1 of the textbook. 




November 28th: Finish outline for Asoka.

November 29th: 

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


November 30th:  Read and take notes on Chapter 8, Section 1 of the textbook. 


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


December 3: 

December 3:  Read and take notes on Chapter 9, Section 1 of the textbook. 


December 4Read and take notes on Chapter 10, Section 1 of the textbook. 


December 5:  BRING IN YOUR TEXTBOOK LOAN FORMS FOR TOMORROW.

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




December 6: 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. 

BRING IN YOUR TEXTBOOK LOAN FORMS TO MS. TUORTO OR MR. S.

December 7: Read and take notes on Chapter 11, Section 1 of the textbook. 

December 10: Read and take notes on Chapter 12, Section 2 of the textbook.

December 11: Read and take notes on Chapter 13, Section 1 of the textbook. 


December 12: Read and take notes on Chapter 13, Section 2 of the textbook. 


December 13: Your essays for both Charlemagne and the Mongols are due on Friday. I must have signed your outlines. 

December 14: 



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

December 17: 
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. 










Comments