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Archived Weeks

September 7, 2010

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

No School

Objective:  Classical China Overview

In Class:  Shang and Zhou background - Dynastic Cycle

HW: Begin reading Ch 2

Objective: 

In what ways are archaeologists and historians limited in their historical interpretations

by the objects they find in tombs? What other kinds of information do they need to help

them explain the complexities of early complex societies?

In Class:  Examine the contents of Shang and Zhou tombs

Homework:  Continue reading Ch 2

Objective:  Use the Book of Rites and the Analects to determine how Confucius changed Chinese culture

In Class:  Discussion of Legalism, Confucianism, and Daoism

Homework: Confucius Assignment

Objective:  Recap of Shang and Zhou China

In Class:  Persia Chart of Shang and Zhou

HW:  Shang and Zhou Persia Chart

Print

August 30, 2010

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Objective:  Mesopotamia

In Class: Power-point

HW:  None

Open House Tonight

Objective:  Egyptian Societies compared with Mesopotamian

In Class:  Venn Diagram and Documents

HW: Comparison Activity

Objective:  Determine the Characteristics of Civilizations

In Class:  Socratic Seminar

Homework:  Study for Unit One Foundations Test

Objective:  Indus River Valley Civilizations

In Class:  Discussion of the beginnings of the Hindu religion

Homework: Study for Foundations Test

Objective:  Assess student writing

In Class:  How to write a comparative paper

HW:  Take the Unit One Test

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August 23, 2010

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

Objective:  Hunter Gatherer Societies

In Class: Powerpoint

HW:  Read pg 8-15 on Civilizations

Objective:  The Agricultural Revolution

In Class:  Powerpoint

HW: None

Civilizations

Objective:  Read what does it take to be a civilization?

Homework:  Answer Questions 1,2,6 and 7 on worksheet

Turn in Thursday. 

Civilization Reading pg 8-12

Objective:  Mesopotamian Societies

In Class:  Discussion of the characteristics of civilizations

Homework: Finish Reading Ch 1

Global Flood Stories Link

Objective:  Civilizations

In Class:  What did ancient people say about their own cultures (document analysis)

HW:  None

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