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Week of November 2

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

What is a primary and secondary source?

How do new inventions and discoveries change the way people live?


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

Due Wednesday 11/4 - Continue to work on Prehistory Study Guide, reviewing   material every night for a minimum of 15 minutes. AND Find 1 primary and 1 secondary source for the Prehistory Essay.


Remote Days Thursday 11/5 and Friday 11/6 - Continue working on essay and study for test


Due Monday 11/9: Prehistory Essay and Test will take place during class!


Links/Resources:

Google Classroom


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

What is a primary and secondary source?

How do new inventions and discoveries change the way people live?


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application


Student Assignments:

Remote Day Monday 11/2 - Students should be working on finding 1 primary and 1 secondary source for their Prehistory Essay. And students should continue working on the study guide.


Students will have the entire week to work on the Prehistory Essay and prepare for their test.


Test is Tuesday 11/10

Essay is due Thursday 11/12


Links/Resources:

Google Classroom


Course:  Academic Foundations of World History Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How do new inventions and discoveries change the way people live?


Standards/PIs:  

History


Student Assignments:

Remote Day Tuesday 11/3 - Students must complete Hominid of PA activity and submit in Google Classroom


Remote Day Thursday 11/5 - Students should complete the study guide for the Prehistory Test Monday 11/9. Students should also complete Hunter Gatherers activity and submit in Google Classroom.


Links/Resources:

Google Classroom


Course:  Academic Foundations of World History Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How do new inventions and discoveries change the way people live?


Standards/PIs:  

History


Student Assignments:

Remote Day Monday 11/2 - Students should complete Hominids of PA activity and submit in Google Classroom. 


Tuesday 11/3 - Students will be working remotely during class time. They need to sign into the Google Meet at 9:30 so I can take attendance. We will finish the class guided notes.


Remote Day Wednesday 11/4 - Students should complete Hunter Gatherers activity in Google Classroom. 


Thursday 11/5 - Students will work on the study guide for the Prehistory Test Tuesday 11/10


Links/Resources:

Google Classroom

Week of October 26th

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

*Due Monday 10/23 - Maine Geography Summative


*Due Tuesday (remote day) 10/24 - Prehistory Formative in Google Form.       Students will need to read the chapter on Prehistory and complete form by 2:00 pm.


*Work for the rest of the week (including remote Thursday and Friday) - Prehistory Study Guide, begin making a quizlet.


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom or Students Binder for materials





Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

*Due Monday (remote day) 10/24 - Prehistory Formative in Google Form.       Students will need to read the chapter on Prehistory and complete form by 2:00 pm.


*Work for the rest of the week (including remote Wednesday and Friday) - Prehistory Study Guide, begin making a quizlet.


*Work for the Friday and Monday 11/2 - Students must have a primary source and secondary source selected for their Prehistory Essay using the librarian lesson from Thursday's class



Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom or Students binder for materials


Course:  Academic Foundations of World History Period 4 A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Geography - How does where you live shape how you live? How do humans interact with their environment?


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Tuesday (remote day by 2pm): Land Use Resource Google Form


Due by Wednesday 10/28 Class time: All evidence for country report


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom or Students binder for materials.


Course:  Academic Foundations of World History Period 4 B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Geography - How does where you live shape how you live? How do humans interact with their environment?


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Monday (remote day by 2pm): Land Use Formative on Google Form


Due by Tuesday’s class: Evidence for country report


Remote day Wednesday: Students should be typing their letters for the Geography Summative


Due by Thursday’s class: Geography Summative


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom or students binder for materials

Week of October 19th

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Geography - How does where you live shape how you live?

                      How do humans use and adapt to their environment?


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Wednesday 10/21 - Complete Maine Five Themes Notes 

Due Monday 10/26 - Maine Summative Essay Due


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Geography - How does where you live shape how you live?

                      How do humans use and adapt to their environment?

Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Tuesday 10/20 - Maine Summative Notes

                                     Crack the Code

Due Thursday 10/22 - Maine Summative Essay Due


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Geography - How does where you live shape how you live?

                      How do humans use and adapt to their environment?


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Wednesday 10/21 - Landform Vocabulary

                                           Three Ring Binder with Tabs


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Geography - How does where you live shape how you live?

                      How do humans use and adapt to their environment?


Standards/PIs:  

Geography



Student Assignments:

Due Tuesday 10/20 - Landform Vocabulary


Due Thursday 10/20 - Physical Characteristic Google Form Atlas Activity

                                       Landform Quiz

Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.

Week of October 12th - EVEN CLASSES

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How does where you live shape how you live?

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Monday October 19th:

  • Autobiography submitted in Google Classroom
  • Landform Vocabulary submitted in Google Classroom
  • 5 Themes Reading with Graphic Organizer submitted in Google Classroom

Links/Resources:

Google Classroom


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 2 and 6 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How does where you live shape how you live?

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Thursday October 15th:

  • Autobiography submitted in Google Classroom
  • Landform Vocabulary submitted in Google Classroom
  • 5 Themes Reading with Graphic Organizer submitted in Google Classroom

Due Tuesday October 20th

  • Be sure to have binder and dividers ready for class to label
  • Complete Maine Summative notes (graphic organizer)
  • Latitude and Longitude Practice - Crack the Code

Links/Resources:

Google Classroom


Course:  Academic Foundations of World History Period 4 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How does where you live shape how you live?


How do humans use and adapt to their environment?


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Monday October 19th:

  • Three ring binder with dividers to label in class
  • Autobiography submitted on Google Classroom

Links/Resources:

Google Classroom


Course:  Academic Foundations of World History Period 4 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How does where you live shape how you live?


How do humans use and adapt to their environment?


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Thursday October 15th:

  • Three ring binder with dividers to label in class
  • Autobiography submitted on Google Classroom

Due Tuesday October 20th:

  • Landform Vocabulary submitted in Google Classroom

Links/Resources:

Google Classroom

Week of October 5th

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

Monday Oct. 5th = Prehistory Test


Wednesday Oct. 7th = Prehistory Essay printed and passed in by the end of class!


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

Tuesday Oct. 6th = Prehistory Test


Thursday Oct. 8th = Prehistory Essay printed and passed in by the end of class!


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

Tuesday Oct. 6th  = Prehistory Test


Thursday Oct. 8th = Prehistory Essay printed and passed in by the end of class!


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

Monday Oct. 5th = Prehistory Test


Wednesday Oct. 7th = Prehistory Essay printed and passed in by the end of class!


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.

Week of September 28th

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

All week students will be working on two assignments in class and on remote days.

  • Prehistory Study Guide (Formative): Using class notes students will complete study guide in order to prepare for the Prehistory Test (Summative) which will be Monday 10/5
  • Prehistory Essay (Summative): Using class notes and the databases from our librarian lesson, students will need to complete a 5-paragraph essay about either the Paleolithic or Neolithic Age. Essay will require in-text citations and a works cited page. These are new concepts so I want students to have me available in class to answer questions. Prehistory Essay will be due prior to leaving class Wednesday 10/7.

Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

All week students will be working on two assignments in class and on remote days.

  • Prehistory Study Guide (Formative): Using class notes students will complete study guide in order to prepare for the Prehistory Test (Summative) which will be Tuesday 10/6
  • Prehistory Essay (Summative): Using class notes and the databases from our librarian lesson, students will need to complete a 5-paragraph essay about either the Paleolithic or Neolithic Age. Essay will require in-text citations and a works cited page. These are new concepts so I want students to have me available in class to answer questions. Prehistory Essay will be due prior to leaving class Thursday 10/8.

Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

All week students will be working on two assignments in class and on remote days.

  • Prehistory Study Guide (Formative): Using class notes students will complete study guide in order to prepare for the Prehistory Test (Summative) which will be Monday 10/5
  • Prehistory Essay (Summative): Using class notes and the databases from our librarian lesson, students will need to complete a 5-paragraph essay about either the Paleolithic or Neolithic Age. Essay will require in-text citations and a works cited page. These are new concepts so I want students to have me available in class to answer questions. Prehistory Essay will be due prior to leaving class Wednesday 10/7.

Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

Power and Authority - How do people organize and control an area.


Standards/PIs:  

History

Application (Research)


Student Assignments:

All week students will be working on two assignments in class and on remote days.

  • Prehistory Study Guide (Formative): Using class notes students will complete study guide in order to prepare for the Prehistory Test (Summative) which will be Tuesday 10/6
  • Prehistory Essay (Summative): Using class notes and the databases from our librarian lesson, students will need to complete a 5-paragraph essay about either the Paleolithic or Neolithic Age. Essay will require in-text citations and a works cited page. These are new concepts so I want students to have me available in class to answer questions. Prehistory Essay will be due prior to leaving class Thursday 10/8

Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for essay requirements and rubric.

Week of September 21st

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Wednesday 23rd - Prehistory Open Note Google Form Quiz

Due Monday 28th - Have primary and secondary sources for Prehistory Essay


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions:  

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Thursday 24th - Prehistory Open Note Google Form Quiz

Due Tuesday 29th - Have primary and secondary sources for Prehistory Essay


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Wednesday 23rd - Prehistory Open Note Google Form Quiz

Due Monday 28th - Have primary and secondary sources for Prehistory Essay


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions:  

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Thursday 24th - Prehistory Open Note Google Form Quiz

Due Tuesday 29th - Have primary and secondary sources for Prehistory Essay


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.

Week of September 14th

Course:   Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How does where you live shape how you live?

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Wednesday 16th - Complete Five Theme Note Chart

Due Monday 21st - Five Themes Essay, submit in Google Classroom


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 1 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions:  

How does where you live shape how you live?

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 

Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Thursday 17th - Complete Five Theme Note Chart

Due Tuesday 22nd - Five Themes Essay, submit in Google Classroom


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group A

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions: 

How does where you live shape how you live?

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 


Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Wednesday 16th - Complete Five Theme Note Chart

Due Monday 21st - Five Themes Essay, submit in Google Classroom


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.


Course:  Honors Foundations of World History Period 5 Group B

Course Schedule: 

M - W


Office Hours: 

Friday, 10 - 12 or by appointment


Essential Questions:  

How does where you live shape how you live?

How do humans use and adapt to their environment? 

Standards/PIs:  

Geography


Student Assignments:

Due Thursday 17th - Complete Five Theme Note Chart

Due Tuesday 22nd - Five Themes Essay, submit in Google Classroom


Links/Resources:

See Google Classroom for materials and worksheets.