Day C – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. 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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 22: Italian and German Unification (1815-1871) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 69 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  2. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  3. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  4. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  5. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  6. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Monday (12/04)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Monday (12/11) 
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/19)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Thursday (1/4)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  2. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  3. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  4. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  5. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  6. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statementtopic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/05)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/13)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/20)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Friday (1/5)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

 

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Day B – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. 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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 22: Italian and German Unification (1815-1871) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 69 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  2. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  3. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  4. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  5. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  6. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Monday (12/04)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Monday (12/11) 
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/19)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Thursday (1/4)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  2. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  3. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  4. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  5. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  6. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statementtopic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/05)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/13)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/20)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Friday (1/5)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

 

By Mr. Stresing

Day A – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. 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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 22: Italian and German Unification (1815-1871) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 69 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  2. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  3. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  4. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  5. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  6. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Monday (12/04)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Monday (12/11) 
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/19)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Thursday (1/4)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  2. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  3. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  4. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  5. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  6. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  7. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  8. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  9. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statementtopic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  10. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/05)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/13)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/20)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Friday (1/5)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

 

By Mr. Stresing

Day J – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. 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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 22: Italian and German Unification (1815-1871) Vocabulary Self-Quiz (11 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  4. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 69 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  2. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  3. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  2. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  3. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  4. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  5. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11)
  6. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  7. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  8. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  9. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  10. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  11. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  12. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Monday (12/04)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Monday (12/11) 
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/19)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Thursday (1/4)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  2. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  3. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  4. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  5. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  6. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  7. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  8. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  9. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  10. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  11. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statementtopic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  12. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/05)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/13)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/20)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Friday (1/5)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

 

By Mr. Stresing

Day I – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

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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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 31 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  4. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  5. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  6. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  7. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11)
  8. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  9. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  10. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  11. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  12. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  13. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  14. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Monday (12/04)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Monday (12/11) 
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/19)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Thursday (1/4)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  4. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  5. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  6. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  7. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  8. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  9. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  10. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  11. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  12. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  13. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statementtopic sentencesaffect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  14. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/05)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/13)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/20)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Friday (1/5)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

 

By Mr. Stresing

Day H – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

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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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 31 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Wednesday (12/06)
  6. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  8. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  9. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  10. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  11. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  12. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11)
  13. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  14. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  15. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Monday (12/04)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Monday (12/11) 
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/19)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Thursday (1/4)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Thursday (12/07)
  6. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  8. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  9. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  10. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  11. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  12. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  13. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  14. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  15. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing
    1. S.T.A.R.T. for Document Exemplars #1 and #2 (pp. 15 and 17) will be due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/05)
    2. Identify the Social Status/occupation of author, Time Period, intended Audience, Reason/Purpose, and Theme/contextualization (S.T.A.R.T.) for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry Documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26, 28, 30, 32, 38). This process will help the student develop an educated hypothesis relating to the author’s point of view before analyzing the document. Due at the end of class on Tuesday (12/12)
    3. What’s an AP Cited Summary Sentences with Analysis? (pp. 19-20) will be due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/13)
    4. After reading and analyzing the documents 3-6 and 9 (pp.26-33,38-39), draw and complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Friday (12/15)
    5. After reading and analyzing the documents 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 (pp.22-25,34-37,40-41), draw and complete a small C.R.A.T.E. chart for Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ Pre-writing. Due at the end of class on Wednesday (12/20)
    6. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.63) and the Writing Workshop: DBQ Rough Draft (pp.64-74) will be due at the end of class on Friday (12/22)
    7. Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (In-class) DBQ Test will be given on will be given on Friday (1/5)Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

 

By Mr. Stresing

Day G – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. 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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 31 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/21)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Wednesday (12/06)
  6. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  8. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  9. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  10. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  11. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  12. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11)
  13. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  14. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Thursday (12/07)
  6. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  8. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  9. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  10. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  11. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  12. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  13. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  14. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)

 

By Mr. Stresing

Day F – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. 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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 31 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/19)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Wednesday (12/06)
  6. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  8. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  9. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  10. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  11. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  12. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11)
  13. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  14. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Read pp.893-902 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Colonial Economies in Africa and Asia Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/5)
  6. Read pp.902-912 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Identify and Cultural Change in the Colonial Era Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/5)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Thursday (12/07)
  8. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  9. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  10. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  11. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  12. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  13. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  14. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  15. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  16. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)

 

By Mr. Stresing

Day E – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. 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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 31 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Wednesday (12/6)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Wednesday (12/13) 
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Wednesday (12/19)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Thursday (1/4) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing to review the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7)
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  3. Read 2-3 and 75-96 in the Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing review to the process and best practices of outlining and writing a Regents DBQ.
  4. Read and learn the Tier 2 Vocabulary in the British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writing (pp.69-73).
  5. Writing Workshop: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) DBQ Pre-writingNo late essay pre-writing assignments will be accepted for credit.
    1. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 1-3 (pp.4-9) must be completed for Tuesday (12/5)
    2. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 4-7 (pp.12-19) must be completed for Thursday (12/7) 
    3. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 8-11 (pp.22-29) must be completed for Tuesday (12/12)
    4. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 12-16 (pp.32-41) must be completed for Thursday (12/14)
    5. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 17-19 (pp.44-49) must be completed for Friday (12/15)
    6. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 20-23 (pp.52-59) must be completed for Monday (12/18)
    7. T-Chart Outlines and Scaffolding Questions for Documents 24-26 (pp.62-67) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    8. Documents and Evidence for the British Industrial Revolution (p.74) must be completed for Tuesday (12/19)
    9. Writing Workshop: What’s in a DBQ Body Paragraph? (pp.97-99) must be completed for Thursday (12/20)
    10. Writing Workshop: Argument Development (p.100) and Writing Workshop: Document-Based Question Rough Draft Essay (pp.101-111) must be completed for Friday (12/22)
    11. British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) In-class DBQ Essay Test will be given on Friday (1/5) – Students must use black ink pen to complete the essay test in class.

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Read pp.893-902 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Colonial Economies in Africa and Asia Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/4)
  6. Read pp.902-912 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Identify and Cultural Change in the Colonial Era Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/4)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Wednesday (12/06)
  8. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  9. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  10. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  11. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  12. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  13. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  14. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11)
  15. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  16. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.1-7 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP analytical DBQ using the DBQ Scoring Guidelines and AP History DBQ Rubric.
  2. Read pp.8-13 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review How to Analyze Point of View using primary and secondary sources.
  3. Read pp.14-18 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to complete a C.R.A.T.E. chart to analyze a primary or secondary source.
  4. Read pp.42-62 in Writing Workshop: Mechanization of the Cotton Industry DBQ pre-writing to learn/review how to write an AP DBQ essay using historical themes, a thesis statement, topic sentences, affect and effect, an introduction, a synthesis conclusion, and transition words and phrases.
  5. Read pp.893-902 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Colonial Economies in Africa and Asia Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/5)
  6. Read pp.902-912 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Identify and Cultural Change in the Colonial Era Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/5)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Thursday (12/07)
  8. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  9. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  10. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  11. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  12. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  13. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  14. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  15. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  16. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
By Mr. Stresing

Day D – Global History and Geography & 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 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914)
  3. Download and Listen to the Audio Study Guides (mp3) or Download and Read Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction Chapter 9 Sections 1-4 and Chapter 10 Section 1
  4. Download the Prentice Hall Brief Review in Global History and Geography (2013) as an additional review tool to study for unit tests
  5. Searchable Audio Pronunciation Guide for World History
  6. Watch the video How to Prepare for an Exam(03:31)
  7. Review the SparkNotes Study Guides for Regents Global History and Geography

Additional Study Resources for 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. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire (C.E. 1789-1815)
  2. AP World Cornell Note-taking Student Exemplars: The Industrial Revolution (C.E. 1700-1914)

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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 file folders located in a file cabinet drawer labeled “BONUS”.

  1. Unit 23: Causes of the British Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (8 Bonus Points)
  2. Unit 23: Effects of the Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Self-Quiz (6 Bonus Points)
  3. Unit 23: Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism Vocabulary Self-Quiz (12 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.

  1. 2017-2018 AP World History Summer Reading & 31 Bonus Cornell Note-taking Assignments

Orange – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-5)

  1. British Industrial Revolution: Communism and Capitalism Test (guided notes pp.27-30) will be given on Monday (12/4)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  3. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)

Green – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-4)

  1. British Industrial Revolution: Communism and Capitalism Test (guided notes pp.27-30) will be given on Monday (12/4)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  3. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)

Yellow – Global History & Geography (SOC 200-6)

  1. British Industrial Revolution: Communism and Capitalism Test (guided notes pp.27-30) will be given on Monday (12/4)
  2. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  3. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution Test will be given on Friday (12/08)

Red – AP World History (SOC 240-3)

  1. Read pp.878-884 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Colonial Encounters in Asia and Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/1)
  2. Read pp.884-893 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Second Wave of European Conquests Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/1)
  3. British Industrial Revolution: Communism and Capitalism Regents-level Test (guided notes pp.27-30) will be given on Monday (12/4)
  4. Read pp.893-902 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Colonial Economies in Africa and Asia Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/4)
  5. Read pp.902-912 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Identify and Cultural Change in the Colonial Era Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/4)
  6. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Wednesday (12/06)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  8. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  9. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  10. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  11. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  12. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11) 
  13. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Monday (12/11)
  14. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  15. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)

Blue – AP World History (SOC 240-2)

  1. Read pp.878-884 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Colonial Encounters in Asia and Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/1)
  2. Read pp.884-893 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Second Wave of European Conquests Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/1)
  3. British Industrial Revolution: Communism and Capitalism Regents-level Test (guided notes pp.27-30) will be given on Tuesday (12/5)
  4. Read pp.893-902 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Comparing Colonial Economies in Africa and Asia Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/5)
  5. Read pp.902-912 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Identify and Cultural Change in the Colonial Era Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/5)
  6. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (AP-level) Test will be given on Thursday (12/07)
  7. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (1750-1914) Review Self-Test will be due Friday (12/08)
  8. Unit 23: British Industrial Revolution (Regents-level) Test will be given on Friday (12/08)
  9. Read pp.922-929 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete The Scramble for Africa Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  10. Read pp.930-935 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/8)
  11. Read pp.936-941 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Western Pressures on 19th Century China Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  12. Read pp.941-947 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Ottoman Empire and the West (19th Century) Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  13. Read pp.947-957 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Meiji Restoration Cornell Notes – Due Tuesday (12/12)
  14. Read pp.958-965 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete China’s Hundred Days of Reform and the Impact of the Boxer Rebellion Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)
  15. Read pp.966-971 in Robert Strayer, Ways of the World: A Global History with Sources for AP, 2nd Edition and complete Japanese Perceptions of the West Cornell Notes – Due Friday (12/15)

 

By Mr. Stresing