Day D – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for  Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648), Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500), Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800), and Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy (1500-1800)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 18 Sections 1 and 3, Chapter 19 Sections 1-2, and Chapter 20 Sections 1-4
  6. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 21 Sections 1-2 and 4-5.
  7. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  8. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)
  11. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration A. Age of Exploration, C. The Encounter, D. Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, E. Colombian Exchange and the Commercial Revolution, and F. Mercantilism)
  12. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration G. Absolutism and H. Constitutional Monarchy)
  13. Click on blue hyperlink and watch the video “How to Prepare for an Exam” (03:31) https://youtu.be/SCp3OFRod1g

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments (193+ Bonus Points)

All bonus / extra credit assignments will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the bonus / extra credit assignments are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
  14. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – 1500) Review Self Test (17 Bonus Points)
  15. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test (36 Bonus Points) Pre-AP World History ONLY
  16. Unit 16: Age of Exploration and the “Encounter” Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
  17. Unit 16: Spanish Conquistadors Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
  18. Unit 16: Transatlantic Slave Trade Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  19. Unit 17: Philip II of Spain (Age of Absolutism) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  20. Unit 17: Louis XIV of France (Age of Absolutism) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  21. Unit 17: Romanov Dynasty (1613-1796) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)
  22. Unit 17: Suleiman the Magnificent and Akbar the Great Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  23. Unit 17: Constitutional Monarchy / Parliamentary Democracy Vocabulary Self-Quiz (2 Bonus Points)
  24. Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy (1500-1800) Review Self-Test (32 Bonus Points)
  25. Writing Workshop: Continuity and Change Over Time Essay Pre-Writing Pre-AP World History ONLY
    1. Choose 1 of the 6 advance civilizations or the 5 cross-cultural interactions and complete the 3 T.E.D. the C.A.T Mind Maps pp. 47-52 (32 Bonus Points) 
    2. Complete the Writing Workshop: CCOT Rough Draft Essay pp. 46 and 53-63 (29 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (6/1)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (6/1)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (6/2)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Writing Workshop: Continuity and Change Over Time Essay – No late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. Read pp. 1-33 to become familiar with the process of writing an AP CCOT Essay. In addition, be able to identify the best writing practices to use when writing an AP CCOT essay.
    2. Complete the AP CCOT Timeline Mindmaps (pp.34-44) on the 6 advance civilizations and 5 cross-cultural interactions – Due Monday (6/12)

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Writing Workshop: Continuity and Change Over Time Essay – No late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. Read pp. 1-33 to become familiar with the process of writing an AP CCOT Essay. In addition, be able to identify the best writing practices to use when writing an AP CCOT essay.
    2. Complete the AP CCOT Timeline Mind Maps (pp.34-44) on the 6 advance civilizations and 5 cross-cultural interactions – Due Monday (6/12)
By Mr. Stresing

Day C – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for  Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648), Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500), Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800), and Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy (1500-1800)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 18 Sections 1 and 3, Chapter 19 Sections 1-2, and Chapter 20 Sections 1-4
  6. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 21 Sections 1-2 and 4-5.
  7. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  8. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)
  11. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration A. Age of Exploration, C. The Encounter, D. Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, E. Colombian Exchange and the Commercial Revolution, and F. Mercantilism)
  12. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration G. Absolutism and H. Constitutional Monarchy)

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments (193 Bonus Points)

All bonus / extra credit assignments will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the bonus / extra credit assignments are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
  14. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – 1500) Review Self Test (17 Bonus Points)
  15. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test (36 Bonus Points) Pre-AP World History ONLY
  16. Unit 16: Age of Exploration and the “Encounter” Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
  17. Unit 16: Spanish Conquistadors Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)
  18. Unit 16: Transatlantic Slave Trade Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  19. Unit 17: Philip II of Spain (Age of Absolutism) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  20. Unit 17: Louis XIV of France (Age of Absolutism) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  21. Unit 17: Romanov Dynasty (1613-1796) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (3 Bonus Points)
  22. Unit 17: Suleiman the Magnificent and Akbar the Great Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  23. Unit 17: Constitutional Monarchy / Parliamentary Democracy Vocabulary Self-Quiz (2 Bonus Points)
  24. Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy (1500-1800) Review Self-Test (32 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (6/1)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (6/1)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution (C.E. 1400-1800) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (6/2)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  6. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires Online (Regents-level) Test (39 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (5/30). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 31 minutes
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 16: Maritime Revolution and the Commercial Revolution Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (6/2). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 17: Absolutism and Constitutional Monarchy Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Tuesday (6/6). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
By Mr. Stresing

Day B – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600-1450), Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 8 Sections 1-3 and Chapter 15 Sections 1-3.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  6. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  8. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions A. African Civilizations)
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments (108 Points)

All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  2. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  2. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  2. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
By Mr. Stresing

Day A – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Regents and WHAP students received a printed Student Summary (Grades) Report from Infinite Campus for the 5th week of the 4th marking period in class on Friday (5/19). There are 3 weeks remaining in the 4th marking period.

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600-1450), Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 8 Sections 1-3 and Chapter 15 Sections 1-3.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  6. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  8. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions A. African Civilizations)
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments (108 Points)

All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
By Mr. Stresing

ALL students received a printed Student Summary (Grade) Report from IC for the 5th week of the 4th marking period.

Regents and WHAP students received a printed Student Summary (Grades) Report from Infinite Campus for the 5th week of the 4th marking period in class today. There are 3 weeks remaining in the 4th marking period.

Students were instructed to bring the report home to discuss their grades with their parents. 

We encourage all parents to continue to view the online assignments/assessments calendar and Infinite Campus to empower them with the information to be able to ask their child about a grade of a particular assignment or assessment. The online assignments/assessments calendar provides a daily list of homework assignments, classroom assignments, and test dates for all the classes at my web sites, http://stresing.net and https://stresing.wordpress.com. Information about Infinite Campus was provided in past Global History and Geography/AP World History Parent Email Newsletters and is also available at http://stresing.net. If you would like to sign up for Infinite Campus, please contact the unit office at 966-4162.

By Mr. Stresing

Day J – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Regents and WHAP students received a printed Student Summary (Grades) Report from Infinite Campus for the 5th week of the 4th marking period in class today. There are 3 weeks remaining in the 4th marking period.

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600-1450), Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 8 Sections 1-3 and Chapter 15 Sections 1-3.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  6. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  8. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions A. African Civilizations)
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments (108 Points)

All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
By Mr. Stresing

Day I – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450), Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600-1450), Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 10 Sections 1-3.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 8 Sections 1-3 and Chapter 15 Sections 1-3.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  6. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  7. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  8. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (III. Expanding Zones of Exchange I. Islam and the Muslim Empire)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions A. African Civilizations)
  11. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  12. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments (108 Points)

All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  3. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes
By Mr. Stresing

Day H – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450), Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600-1450), Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 10 Sections 1-3.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 8 Sections 1-3 and Chapter 15 Sections 1-3.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  6. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  7. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  8. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (III. Expanding Zones of Exchange I. Islam and the Muslim Empire)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions A. African Civilizations)
  11. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  12. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments (108 Points)

All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  2. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  4. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  2. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23)
  3. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
  4. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Review Self-Test will be due on Friday (5/26)
  5. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Units 13-14: Renaissance & Protestant Reformation Online (Regents-level) Test (100 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Friday (5/26). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 79 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (5/18) for Yellow
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (5/18)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (5/18)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
By Mr. Stresing

Day G – Global History and Geography 9 & pre-WHAP Assignments/Assessments

Additional Study Resources for Regents Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for Regents Students on pp. 7-10 in the Global History and Geography Syllabus
  2. Click on the blue yellow highlighted hyperlink to access Review Videos (Flipped Classroom) for Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450), Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600-1450), Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600), and Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 10 Sections 1-3.
  4. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 8 Sections 1-3 and Chapter 15 Sections 1-3.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 17 Sections 1-4.
  6. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Ancient World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 16 Sections 2-4.
  7. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  8. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography
  9. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (III. Expanding Zones of Exchange I. Islam and the Muslim Empire)
  10. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions A. African Civilizations)
  11. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (IV. Global Interactions B. Renaissance and C. Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation)
  12. Practice Regents-level multiple-choice questions at the Global History and Geography 9 Kids’ Zone website (V. Age of Global Exploration B. The Americas)

Additional Study Resources for pre-WHAP Review

  1. Review the Study Tips for “WHAPers” on pp. 10-14 in the AP World History Syllabus.
  2. Download the Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd edition .pdf version for a PC, Mac, or tablet
  3. Download one or more of these Chapter Review PowerPoint presentations from different AP edition textbooks to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. Spielvogel’s World History PowerPoint Presentations 2. The Earth and Its Peoples PowerPoint Presentations 3. Traditions & Encounters PowerPoint Presentations
  4. Download one or two of the additional AP World History textbooks to use as an additional review tool for AP-level unit tests. 1. The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, 5th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch 2. World History, AP Edition, 6th Ed. by William J. Duiker and Jackson J. Spielvogel 3. Christian, David. This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Pub., 2008.
  5. Download and Listen to the Audio Chapter Summaries (mp3) for The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, 4th Ed. by Bulliet/Crossley/Headrick/Hirsch.
  6. Download one or more of the four AP World History review books to use as an additional review tool to study for AP-level unit tests. 1. 5 Steps to a 5 AP World History, 2008-2009 Edition 2. Cracking the AP World History Exam, 2015 (Princeton Review Book) 3. Peterson’s AP World History Review Book 4. Jay P. Harmon’s AP World History Crash Course
  7. Practice a large number of AP-level multiple-choice questions at the “WHAPer” Kids’ Zone
  8. Review WHAP vocabulary using The Original Ultimate AP World History Interactive Flashcards Set on Quizlet

Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars

  1. Pre-AP World History 2016 Summer Assignments with Cornell Note-taking Directions and Student Exemplars
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  3. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

Google Classroom Help

If you are using a public Gmail account, you will not be able to access online content in Google Classroom through the hyperlinks shared on stresing.net. You must be signed in with your school Gmail account (@greececsdstudent.org). “Cheat Sheet” for Login to School Google Gmail Account & Network

Bonus / Extra Credit Assignments

All vocabulary self-quizzes will be collected in class on the day of the Regents-level unit test. Copies of the vocabulary self-quizzes are available in the blue file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 7: Byzantine Empire and Early Russian History Vocabulary Self-Quiz (10 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 8: Mongol Empire (C.E. 1206-1368) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 9: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Dynasty (A.D. 751-987) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 9: Feudalism in Western Europe and the Age of Chivalry Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  5. Unit 9: Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire Vocabulary Self-Quiz (5 Bonus Points)
  6. Unit 9: Hundred Years’ War (A.D. 1337-1453) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (4 Bonus Points)
  7. Unit 10: Japanese Feudalism (C.E. 572-1637) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (13 Bonus Points)
  8. Unit 11: Beliefs and Practices of Islam (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  9. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570-1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  10. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 Bonus Points)
  11. Unit 13: Renaissance (C.E. 1300-1600) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (9 Bonus Points)
  12. Unit 14: Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (C.E. 1517–1648) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  13. Unit 15: Mesoamerican Empires (c. 1800 B.C.E. – C.E. 1500) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (7 Bonus Points)

All bonus assignments are out of zero (0) points in Infinite Campus. If you completed a bonus assignment, it will be 0 “Pts” and your “Score” will have a # value. The # value is the bonus points total for the assignment. A zero (0) on a bonus assignment does NOT impact your marking period grade.

Castle Learning Online (Regents-level) Assessments

  1. If needed, students are allowed to use their guided notes for help. However, students were required to study and should NOT need to research for each answer.
  2. Students are NOT allowed to work together.
  3. Click on the blue hyperlink to access another copy of the “A How-To Guide for Students to Utilize Castle Learning Online”.
  4. Smart phones can be used to complete the assessment rather than using a PC or Mac. However, it is recommended to use a PC or Mac to complete any assignment on castlelearning.com.

Blue – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-9)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/17)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes

Red – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-7)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/17) 
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 100-8)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (5/18) for Yellow
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes

Green – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-3)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (5/18)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Tuesday (5/23) 
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes

Orange – pre-WHAP (SOC 140-1)

  1. Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates (C.E. 570–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Thursday (5/18)
  2. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 11: Islamic Caliphates Online (Regents-level) TEST (42 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Thursday (5/18). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 33 minutes
  3. Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms (C.E. 600–1450) Review Self-Test will be due on Wednesday (5/24)
  4. Log into your www.castlelearning.com account to complete the Unit 12: African Trading Kingdoms Online (Regents-level) TEST (94 Questions), which must be completed before 7:20 AM on Wednesday (5/24). NO exceptions! NO late credit! Estimated Time: 74 minutes
By Mr. Stresing