• March 11th, 12th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 3/12/2020

    Use the guiided reading sheet to make notes on Imperialism in India

    For B Day students who did not get the guided reading sheets in class - please click here to download them.

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  • March 9th,10th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 3/9/2020

    Complete the guided reading for 676-77,683-87 and 701-05

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  • March 5th, 6th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 3/6/2020

    HW:  660 – 672, 692-695 – complete the guided reading

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  • March 3rd,4th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 3/3/2020

    Worksheet for 646-647, 652-660

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  • Feb 28th, March 2nd

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 2/28/2020

    HW:  Study for your Quest on Nationalism and Reform – there will be review Monday from 2:25 – 3pm if you would like to attend


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  • Feb 26th, 27th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 2/26/2020

    HW:  Read 673 – 678, 695 – 700 – outline for main ideas and 2 – 4 supporting details for each Blue or Brown heading (bullets)

    For those who were absent from class on feb 26th or 27th, here is the video link for the Dreyfus Affair


    There will be a quiz on the late 19th Century / Nationalism sections on february 3rd / 4th. Here is the Review Sheet!

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  • Feb 24th, 25th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 2/24/2020

    Read 631 – 636, 641 – 645 – Outline the section

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  • Feb 20th, 21st

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 2/20/2020

    HW: 621 – 631

    1. How did France go from Monarchy to Republic to Empire? What domestic policies did Louis Napoleon promote? What foreign policies? (describe) – how did the policies affect his overall reign?
    2. Use the graphic organizer to chart the leaders, goals and elements that led to the unification of Italy and Germany.
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  • Feb 18th, 19th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 2/18/2020

    HW: 603 – 608 and 610 – 613 – outline these sections of readings. For the 1848 revolutions make a list of the demands of the revolutionaries in each country covered.

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  • Feb 12th, 13th

    Posted by Lynda Costello on 2/12/2020

    Using the rough draft you completed and thinking about our discussions in class about document use write a revision of the 17th Century government essay. Click on the question to access a copy of the original document packet if you want it.

    You should REVIEW the period prior to your rewrite of an essay that addresses the following task:

    Discuss the 17th C theories about the origin of government power and the rights and duties of the citizens and the government. Explain how these theories reflect the political opinions and events of 17th C England.


    **remember that your thesis can be more than one sentence because it must address the whole task! I will be looking for you to mention specific theories on the origins of government power (where does government get its power from?) and specific events you will discuss!


    When you turn in your essay you must also include the rough draft with my comments.




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