Week 1 Schedule

  • Monday, August 12, 2019 First Day of School: Discuss class, Website, AP Exam, Timeline, Cornell Notes etc.
    Homework: Read the Pre 1450 Reading.  Do not answer the questions at the end
    Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Importance of pictures in textbooks; underlining, intros, temporal hints in textbooks
    PERSIA
    1/2 class What is important in section and why?
    1/2 classIslamic Expansion

    Homework:  From Sue Rodriguez: Log on to myap.collegeboard.org and Make sure students have their College Board account active. NOTE- This is not the normal CB web site they usually go to to get their scores or anything else. It is specific to this new ordering system so they must use it but they will be still using their account info to log in. PRINT OUT THE COMPLETION PAGE AND BRING IT IN.

    If they are having trouble: (remember they can only have ONE account. If they can’t get in, then they probably have multiple accounts and they are not aware of it).

    They can go to https://pages.collegeboard.org/account-help to get their account reset or they can call 866-315-6068 for help with their account.
    Wednesday, August 14, 2019

    Black Death Lecture
    15 Min. clip on BD

    Homework: Read Pages 379-387 and 

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    Thursday, August 15, 2019 Objective vs. Subjective-Point of  View POV
    DBQ Intro Black Death
    Homework: 387-395
    Friday, August 16, 2019 "The Rise of Europe: King, Noble, Peasants, Serfs Model Short Video: The Feudal System
    "Lecture: 100 Years War, Great Schism, Conciliar Movement
    Homework: Finish Chapter + Read 395-408 
    Saturday, August 17, 2019

    No Class Finish Reading chapter 12

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Wb4vBQHgNo&list=PLYbocufkwRFAS80nLFShkXSblfcFTXwRH&index=24&t=0s

    Sunday, August 18, 2019 No Class   

Reading for HW: How a Mysterious Disease Laid Low Europe's Masses

Pre 1450 Reading Do not answer the questions at the end

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