,

AT Euro 2015-2016
[ McKee Index ]

AT Euro II meets period 4 in room 25; Mon., Tues. Th., Fri. ("long") Does not meet on Wed.
Second semester (AT Euro II) text is Kagan, et al. The Western Heritage, vol C, 10th edition
Kagan support site =
< http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_kagan_westheritage_9_OA/51/13207/3381043.cw/index.html
Above site...not very useful:
go to < www.myhistorylab.com > Follow instructions for student support materials
I didn't find either of these very helpful

III.  The Endless 19th century (pt. 2):  Nationalism and Realpolitik
Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/29/16 – 03/04/16
Th., 03/03—Test on II.  Endless 19th century (pt 1):  Dike v. Flood
Fri., 03/04—Begin III.  Endless 19th century (pt 2): Nationalism/Realpolitik

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/07/16 – 03/11/16
Mon., 03/07—FRQ due
Tues., 03/08—In Kagan:  finish ch. 21; read ch. 22; SKIM ch. 23-24 (TMI)
Visit
[ The Endless 19th Century ] and [ 19th century art ] website 
Become an expert on one of the artists* (choices below)
How does he/his art reflect/illustrate themes of late 19th c.
MAY:  McKay outline; PDFs (very helpful!!!)
Review Eugen Weber #46 < http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=864 >
This video may replace social history info in Kagan, ch. 23-24

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/14/16 – 03/18/16 RIVALRY
Keep reading
Fri., 03/18 The Woman Question Seminar ________, _________, _________
End of Quarter

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/21/16 – 03/25/16--LAST QUARTER/FREE DRESS!
Mon., 03/21—Faculty Work Day—no School for students
Tues or Th. Test on Nationalism and Realpolitik

*Turner, Millet, Courbet, Eakins, Manet, Degas, Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/01/16 - 02/05/26
Mon., 02/01--Finish French Rev through Napoleon's Consulate
**Tues., 02/02--Test on I. French Rev - Consulate
Wed., 02/03--period 4 does not meet
Th., 02/04--finish Napoleon/Empire and its destruction
Begin II. The Search for a New Order in Europe: Dike v. Flood (1800-1850)
Finish Kagan, reading ch. 19 (568-577) You may skip docs
Begin reading ch. 20 in Kagan (You may skip pp 610-614); ch 21, pp 622-627, 636-639
Spend some quality time on [ The Endless 19th Century ] and [ Romantic Art ]
"May" reads--my PDFs (very helpful); McKay outlines
maybe watch Eugen Weber #43 < http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=861 >
**Fri., 02/05--FRQ due (during class, my hand, my box, email [in Word])

Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/08/16 - 02/12/16
Keep reading
Fri., 02/12--Nationalism Seminar Karina, Pooja, Julie

FEBRUARY BREAK

Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/22/16 - 02/26/16
Mon., 02/22--WELCOME BACK
Contine reading--pp. assigned in Kagan, ch. 20, ch 21 (see above)
Test next week--II. Dike/Flood

Week of Mon, - Fri., 02/29/16 - 03/04/16
Mon., - Tues., finish reading and lecture on Dike/Flood
Wed., 03/03--period 4 does not meet
Th., 03/03--Test
Fri., 03/04--Begin III. Nationalism and Realpolitik (Endless Century part 2)
Continue checking in [ The Endless 19th Century ]
Assignments, seminar, Kagan coming

 

 

 

 

 

AT Euro I meets period 6 in room 25; Mon., Tues. Wed., Fri. ("long") Does not meet on Th
First semester text is R. R. Palmer, et al. A History of the Modern World, vol. i., 9th, 10th, 11th edition

Online Palmer support site is not that great, but here it is
< http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073106925/student_view0/index.html >
Second semester (AT Euro II) text is Kagan, et al. The Western Heritage, vol C, 9th or 10th edition
Kagan support site =
< http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_kagan_westheritage_9_OA/51/13207/3381043.cw/index.html
Above site...not very useful:
go to < www.myhistorylab.com > Follow instructions for student support materials

***VERY useful review/prep for multiple choice***
< http://www.learnerator.com/course-library >

Take advantage of Learnerator links below for helpful hints
Even though AP Euro exam is not offered on site this year, if you're up for it, see below:


*****************

Why Study History < http://youtu.be/yRZZpk_9k8E >
Holland vs. Netherlands < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE_IUPInEuc >
Jerry Seinfield's History Lesson < http://www.teachertube.com/video/seinfeld-history-lesson-241598 >
Do You Remember the 1950s? < http://safeshare.tv/w/FEDEwZHZXu >

III. Constitutional Crisis of the 17th century
*recommended videos--see below

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/19/15 – 10/23/15—2 days
            Mon., 10/19   Finish Tudors (hopefully)
                                    Hand in Ref FRQ (may not go on this marking pd)
                                    Begin III. Constitutional Crisis of the 17th century
                                MUST--seminar materials, Social history packet
                                    MAY reads—McKay Outline, PDFs (recommend!)
Palmer pages: 30 Years War/Peace of Westphalia—1618-1648: pp 138-146
King v. Parliament—1603-1713: pp 158-173
Richelieu/Louis XIV--Triumph of Divine Right Royal Absolutism: pp 138, 147-150, 173-193
The Dutch, pp 151-158--Looking at art of the Baroque (Vermeer and Rembrandt)
Important dates for III. Constitutional Crisis of the 17th century
1648    Peace of Westphalia--
< https://internationalhistory.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/map-of-30-years-war-1.jpg >
1713    Peace of Utrecht--
< https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Utrecht#/media/File:Europe_1714.png >
1688    Glorious Revolution
                                  
Tues., 10/20--more Tudors
Wed., 10/21--special schedule--COLLEGE
            Th., 10/22--period 6 does not meet
            Fri., 10/23--Faculty Work Day (no school for students)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/26/15 – 10/30/15—4 day week
            Mon., 10/26--France map due
                        Keep reading Palmer, Seminar, Social History           

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/02/15 – 11/06/15—4 day week
            Wed., 11/04--Special Schedule for Assembly
            Fri., 11/06--Const. Crisis. Seminar Grace, Juliet, Sam

Week of 11/09/15 – 11/13/15—4 day week
            Wed., 11/11--Unit III test: Constitutional Crisis of the 17th century
Th., 11/12--period 6 does not meet
Fri., 11/13--Begin IV. Revolutions: Scientific/Intellectual

*Thirty Years War videos
Defenestration of Prague < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYddEfXXQVk >
Defenestration of Prague cartoon < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmyxkhFb6dA >
King v. Parliament videos
Guy Fawkes Day cartoon < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74GKQoYPL6E >
More Guy Fawkes < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vyFfIXQpYw >
King James VI&I < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pR8JUQVbaEg >
Begin Here < https://youtu.be/pR8JUQVbaEg?t=28 >
More James VI&I < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIJ5Ydytw8g&list=PLXC39IlChaxlCAfaV_JHzUK3d-o07qihd >
(music and text, no narration)

Charles I--"Blessed Martyr"? < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NsEgPrvfoo&list=PLXC39IlChaxlCAfaV_JHzUK3d-o07qihd >
Begin here < https://youtu.be/PuLz8_Wipnk?t=25 >

Blood on Our Hands--English Civil War docudrama < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7jfpgFdX2E >
Cromwell/beginning/the king < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Phz5AADXXM0 > Cromwell movie/forbidden--alas!
Trial of Charles (The Devil's Whore) < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqCFSg5xSw4 >

Louis XIV videos
La Reve d'un Roi (Little Louis flees in his jammies) < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z32kpqEcv4&feature=related >
Louis XIV in the gardens at Versailles < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rnj9pV_xvs >
Louis XIV's new shoes < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6VtqWszXk8&feature=endscreen&NR=1>
The Dutch
Tulip Mania < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6MeB5uLflo >
The Golden Age of the Dutch/CNN Millennium 17th Century
< https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elWM24ibPUc > go to 28:30

 

 

 

 

II.  Protestant Revolution:  The Reformation 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/21/15 – 09/25/15 (Spirit Week)—4 days
Mon., 09/21   Test on I.  Dawn of a New Era—
Tues., 09/22  Palmer, 10th/11th ed: 
ch 2, part 9, 77-87 (Luther, Calvin, spread)
ch 2, part 10, 93-98 (Counter Ref) 91-92
Re-read ch 2, part 8, 73-77 on New Monarchs
ch 2, part 9, 87-90 (England)
ch 3, part 14, 121-133 (wars of religion)
                        Begin work on map “Swollen Empire of Chas V”—helpful link below
http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/culture_civilizations/reformation3.html
                        Work your way through Reformation Website
http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/culture_civilizations/reformation.html
                        Read either McKay or Kagan pp in social history packet
                        “May” reads = PDFs by me; McKay outlines
Th., 09/24      period 6 does not meet
Fri., 09/25      FRQ on Italian Renaissance Humanism due
                        “long”  time to work on map

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/28/15 – 10/02/15—4 days
            Mon., 09/28   Map Chas V due
                        keep reading and working on assignments;
                        complete by day of test
            Th.,  10/01     period 6 does not meet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/05/15 – 10/09/15—4 days
            Keep reading
            Th., 10/08      period 6 does not meet
            Fri., 10/09      Ref Seminar Heejin, Nayanika, Shivani

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/12/15 – 10/16/15—3 days
            Mon., 10/12   Columbus Day—no school
            Tues., 10/13  test on II. Reformation
            Wed., 10/14  Begin III.  Constitutional Crisis of the 17th century

 

 

 

 

 

I.  The Dawn of a New Era—the Renaissance
Follow link for helpful sample questions on Renaissance from Learnerator
< https://www.learnerator.com/ap-european-history/q/47/the-renaissance >

Some totally fun Ren sites--totally optional
Onset of "Little Ice Age"--Crash Course < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF8AAJSTJoM >
CNN Millennium 14th century < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4PbXATlAkc >
2:50 Black Death in North Africa; 37:05 Little Ice Age
"Rap" on the Black Death by Gwen Stefani < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZy6XilXDZQ >
Ratattouile and the Black Death < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldZjaT4WXrA > advance to 25
< https://youtu.be/ldZjaT4WXrA?t=31 >
History Channel version of The Black Death < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qK4X6bqy3o&feature=fvwrel >
Plague Documentary < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kScxc9DPrnY >
In 2011, Sean Bean starred in a grim movie, Black Death--too gruesome for me

Week of Th., - Fri., 08/27/15 – 08/28/15 (1 day)
Th., 08/27      period 6 does not meet
Fri., 08/28      Come to Class—YAY!!!
            Begin reading Palmer, et al. as indicated:
            9th ed—47-77, 98-104; 10th ed—49-77, 99-106 11th ed—49-77, 99-108
Visit Ren art websites [ Early ] [ High ] [ North ]
Visit Flames website
        “May” reads = handouts by me; McKay outlines, other.

Week of Mon., - Fri., 08/31/15 – 09/04/15 (4 days)
            Mon., 08/31—keep reading and working on assignments,
            which should be completed by day of test
            Th., 09/03      period 6 does not meet
            Fri., 09/04      “long”  map due
Eugen Weber  http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=843

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/07/15 – 09/11/15 (3 days)
            Mon., 09/07   Labor Day—no school (alas)
            Tues., 09/08  Carry on with reading and assignments

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/14/15 – 09/18/15 (4 days)
            Holy Days. Continue working on assignments
            Wed., 09/16  b-t-s Night
            Th., 09/17      period 6 does not meet
            Fri., 09/18      “long” Ren/Flames seminar Abby and Jacqué

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/21/15  - 09/25/15 (4 days)
            Holy Days. 
            Mon., 09/21   Test on I (if you need accommodation, let me know)
            Tues., 09/22  Begin II.  Protestant Revolution/Reformation
            Wed., 09/23  Hand in Ren FRQ
            Th., 09/24      period 6 does not meet
            Fri., 09/25      “long” TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 04/13/15 - 04/17/15
Mon., 04/13--return to school
Wed. 04/15--Poland DBQ due
Finish up IX. War, Peace, Revolution
Visit
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/russianweb/lasttsar.html >
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/russianweb/revolution.html >
Fri., 04/17--period 1 does not meet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 04/20/15 - 04/24/15 (Earth Week, Think Green!)
Mon., 04/20--Begin X. Between the Wars, War again! (special schedule--no period 2)
Read Kagan, ch 26, 27, 28
Some "mays"--PDFs; McKay outlines
Spend time on < http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/WWIIHolocaust/wwii.html >
FRQ due this week
Fri., 04/24--period 1 does not meet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 04/27/15 - 05/01/15
Mon., 04/27--Keep Reading; Do some serious review!!
Tues., 04/28 Anti-Semitism Seminar: Jolena and Jane and ?
Refresh your memory on post-WWII by skimming Kagan, ch 29
and/or reviewing notes from I. The Post War World
Fri., 05/01--Period 1 does not meet (altered schedule/Founder's Day
FRQ in preparation??
Exam is next week: Fri., 05/08 in the pm slot

Week of Mon., - Fri., 05/04/15 - 05/08/15 (May 8 = VE Day--70 years ago!)
Finish all new material
Fri., 05/08--AP Euro Exam

Week of Mon., - Fri., 05/11/15 - 05/15/15
Mon., 05/11--Free Cut
Tues., 05/12--Musical Bonanza with Mr. Ahmed, Ms Burch, Dr. Groves
Wed., 05/13--course evaluation and surprise activities


IX.  The Road to War/War/Peace/Revolution

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/23/15 – 03/27/15—RIVALRY!!
Mon., 03/23    Reminder:  wrap up on Bismarck, Franco-Prussian War. 3rd Republic
                        Bring Kagan to class—finish ch 22,23,24 (and 21 if you haven’t already)
                        You should have spent quality time on the [ The Endless 19th Century ]
                        and watched Eugen Weber’s “Fin de Siécle”
Tues., 03/24    in class objective test:  collective corrections
Wed., 03/25     Begin IX.  The Road to War
                        Begin reading Kagan, ch. 25, 26, 27
                        Begin reading for Imperialism Seminar
                        Spend some quality time on WWI website
                        < http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/wwi/ww1.html >
See PDFs and McKay outlines

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/30/15 – 04/03/15
Tues., 03/31  Imperialism Seminar Heidi, Clare T., Caroline

Spend some time on Russian Rev websites
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/russianweb/lasttsar.html >
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/russianweb/revolution.html >
Have a look at 19th century and modern art
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/19thcentury-art/19thc-index.html >
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/modern%20art/moderns-contents.html >

 

                                                Spring Break (YAY!!!)

Week of 04/13/15 – 04/17/15
Poland DBQ due this week
Kagan ch., 26-28
Spend time on < http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/WWIIHolocaust/wwii.html >
04/28--Anti-Semitism Seminar coming up _____________, ______________, ______________

 

 

 

VIII.  The Endless 19th Century (pt. 2):
Nationalism and Realpolitik (1848-1914—here comes WWI)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/02/15 – 03/06/15
Mon., 03/02-Tues., 03/03       Finish Dike/Flood (not incl. 1848)
Wed., 03/04     Test on VII.  Endless 19th Century—pt 1 (Dike/Flood)
Th., 03/05       “Springtime of Nationalities” (Kagan 645-653)
Fri., 03/06       period 1 does not meet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/09/15 – 03/13/15
Mon., 03/09    DBQ on role of government/workers (2012) 
                        VIII.  The Endless 19th Century (pt. 2):  Nationalism & Realpolitik
                        Kagan, Finish ch 21, read ch. 22 (ch 23-24 = social history/skim)
                        I’ll try to indicate what’s important in 23-24; TMI!!
Spend some quality time on [ Endless 19th Century ] lots of great info
                        Visit [ 19th Century Art ] Website:  choose one of the artists--***see below
                        Become an expert on him; be prepared to write a paragraph on next
                        assessment on how he/his art reflects the soc-cult themes of the time
                        May reads:  as usual; the PDFs are not required but are very helpful
                        Regularly check Assignment on web for updates/revisions
                        Eugen Weber Western Tradition #46 “Fin de Siécle”
                        < http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=864 >
                        **this video may replace social history info in Kagan**
Tues., 03/10    Nationalism Seminar:  Chloe, Cameron, Wings
Wed., 03/11 Celebration of Katherine Hass (Circus Club)
Fri., 03/13 period 1 does not meet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/16/15 – 03/20/15
Tues., 03/17    The Woman Question Seminar Victoria, Izzy, Kat
Fri., 03/20       Faculty Work Day/end of quarter/no school for students

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/23/15 – 03/27/15
Test this week on Nationalism and Realpolitik

***19th century artists: Turner, Millet,Courbet, Eakins, Manet,
Dégas, Manet, Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne

 

 

 


VII.  The Endless 19th Century (pt. 1):
The Dike and the Flood (1799-1848)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/01/15 - 02/05/15
Mon., 02/01--French Rev test (Kagan, ch 18; w/o Napoleon)
Tues., 02/02--Math test--dang!
Wed., 02/03--Begin VII. "The Dike and the Flood" (and...the "long" 19th century)
                        Begin new unit (VI.)  Kagan, ch 19 (skip 577- 592);
                        Kagan, ch 20 (skip pp. 610-614)
Skim Kagan, ch. 21 for main/big ideas (what's alluded to in lecture)
                        Spend some quality time on [ Romantic Art ] website
                        AND  beginning of [ The Endless 19th Century ] website
                        “Mays” = McKay outline, PDFs
                        Eugen Weber Western Tradition #43 “Revolution/Romanticism”
                        http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=861
Fri., 02/06      FRQ—to me, my box, front desk; last resort = email (word format)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/09/15 – 09/13/15
Mon., 02/09   Keep reading
Tues., 02/10  Inclass DBQ (only preparation = Kagan, p. 608 and Delacroix painting
                        [ Romantic Art ]) of Chios
Wed., - Th.,     Keep reading

FEBRUARY BREAK

Week of Mon., - Fri.,
02/23/15 – 02/27/15

Mon., 02/23   Return to school (YAY!!!)
NO SEMINAR THIS UNIT (ALAS)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/02/15 - 03/06/15
Mon., 03/02-Tues., 03/03 Finish Dike/Flood
Wed., 03/04 Test on Dike Flood
Th., 03/05 Begin VIII. The Endless 19th Century (pt. 2 Nationalism and Realpolitik)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/09/15 - 03/13/15
Tues., 03/10 Seminar on Nationalism Cameron, Wings, Chloe

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 01/05/15 - 01/09/15       GLOBAL WEEK
Complete reading on  Scientific Awakening
             Palmer--10th, 11th = ch 6,:  No lecture on Sci Awake.
            SPEND SOME QUALITY TIME ON THE SCI AWAKE WEBSITE
            You may skip the Islamic background but do a deep dive on the scientists!
1-2 factoids about Copernicus, Tycho, Kepler, Galileo, Newton, Leibniz
            We covered Enlightenment in seminar; if you need more, go to Palmer, ch. 8

Week of Mon., - Fri., 01/12/15 – 01/16/15
Mon., 01/12   No school for students--faculty work day
Tues., 01/13  Finish up V.  ED/GWE (significance of GWE)
**end of French hegemony; cause/American Rev.; cause/French Rev.**
            Begin VI. French Rev:            Kagan (10th) ch 18, 19 (through p 576)
                        Seminar packet;  May/Must handouts as indicated in class
                        SPEND QUALITY TIME ON FRENCH REV WEBSITE/ALL PAGES
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/frenchrev/frenchrev.html >
            Suggested activities:
            ***Eugen Weber Western Tradition website         
            < http://www.learner.org/resources/series58.html > (episodes 39, 40)
            Nothing due this week

Week of Mon., - Fri., 01/19/15 –
01/23/15
Mon., 01/19—No school (MLK)
Tues., 01/20  Music of the 18th century—Mr. Ahmed
Keep Reading

Week of Mon., - Fri., 01/25/15 – 01/29/15
Tues., 01/26  French Rev Seminar
           Teni, Margarita, Alex

Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/01/15 - 02/05/15
Mon., 02/01--French Rev test (w or w/o Napoleon?) yes, GWE
Tues., 02/02--Math test
Wed., 02/03--Begin VII. "The Dike and the Flood" (and...the "long" 19th century)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/26/14 – 10/31/14
Th., 10/30       FRQs—in class/timed
Fri., 10/31       period 1 does not meet
Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/03/14 – 11/07/14
Th., 11/06       Unit test on III.  Reformation/Protestant Revolution           
Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/10/14 – 11/14/14               NOTHING DUE THIS WEEK
Mon., 11/10    Begin IV.  Constitutional Crisis of the 17th century
                        Begin reading Palmer, pp. 135-188
30 Years War/Peace of Westphalia (1618-1648) pp. 135-141
Defenestration of Prague < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYddEfXXQVk >
Defenestration of Prague cartoon < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmyxkhFb6dA >

King v. Parliament (1603-1715) pp.155-169
Guy Fawkes Day cartoon < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74GKQoYPL6E >
More Guy Fawkes < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vyFfIXQpYw >
King James VI&I < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pR8JUQVbaEg > 1:00 (45 min in total)
More James VI&I < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIJ5Ydytw8g&list=PLXC39IlChaxlCAfaV_JHzUK3d-o07qihd > (music)
Charles I--"Blessed Martyr"? < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NsEgPrvfoo&list=PLXC39IlChaxlCAfaV_JHzUK3d-o07qihd >
*More on Charles I v. Parliament/Civil War < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbAiq38bGkU&list=PLXC39IlChaxlCAfaV_JHzUK3d-o07qihd >
Death of Charles I (the Blessed Martyr) < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuLz8_Wipnk >
Blood on Our Hands--English Civil War docudrama < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7jfpgFdX2E >
Cromwell/beginning/the king < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Phz5AADXXM0 > Cromwell movie
Horrible Histories--English Civil War Charles I < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tl0LL6yWGRU >
Trial of Charles (The Devil's Whore) < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqCFSg5xSw4 >
Execution of the King < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tl0LL6yWGRU > (not good sound track)

Triumph of d.r.r.a. in France (1643-1715) pp. 135, 138-139, 169-188
La Reve d'un Roi (Little Louis flees in his jammies) < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z32kpqEcv4&feature=related >
Louis XIV in the gardens at Versailles < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rnj9pV_xvs >
Louis XIV's new shoes < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6VtqWszXk8&feature=endscreen&NR=1>

the Dutch (17th c) pp. 149-155 (11th edition--pp. 151-158)
Tulip Mania < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6MeB5uLflo >
The Golden Age of the Dutch/CNN Millennium 17th Century
< https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elWM24ibPUc > go to 28:30

                        MUST—Seminar materials; McKay social history packet
                        MAY—pdfs, McKay outline
                        Begin work on French map
                        Regularly check web assignments for updates
                        Spend some time looking at the art of the 17th-18th centuries

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/17/14 – 11/21/14
Tues., 11/18    “long” Seminar --Maddie, Dani, Nicki
Th., 11/20       France map due
Fri., 11/21       Period 1 does not meet:  GRANDPARENTS/FRIENDS DAY
Dress Whites
Mockingjay opens tonight (part 1 of 2)

       GIVE THANKS!--Please begin reading Palmer (pp. below) over T'giving Break

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/01/14 - 12/05/14
Mon., 12/01 Return to school--finish IV. Constitutional Crisis of the 17th c.
V. Enlightenment, Enlightened Despotism and the Great War for Empire
Transformation of Eastern Europe--flabby giants (predators and prey) 10th ed., 189-224, 11th ed., 195-231
Enlightened Despotism--10th ed., 311-337, 11th ed., 324-341
Britain and France after Utrecht, 10th ed., 274-296, 11th ed., 294-308
McKay social history packet
Enlightenment Packet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/08/14 - 12/12/14
Mon., 12/08--carry on V. 18th Century Enlightenment and Enlightened Despotism
Tues., 12/09--Enlightenment Seminar _________, _________, ___________
EVERYONE PARTICIPATES (do not hide!)
If leaders do not call on you, I will

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/15/14 - 12/19/14
Mon.,12/15--altered schedule: late start/early dismissal: pds 1,2,3,4 meet for 1 hour
Tues., 12/16--altered schedule: late start/early dismissal: pds 5, 6, 7 meet for 1 hour
Wed., 12/17--am = Math; pm = History
Th., 12/18--am = VPA/Conflicts; pm = Science
Fri., 12/19--am = English

HAPPY HOLIDAYS
***Over Break, read Palmer, ch. 6***
visit <
http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/scientific.awakening/sci-awake2.html >

French Rev after Break and Global Week!!!








 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/06/14 – 10/10/14
Th., 10/09       Test on II.  Dawn of a New Era (+ FRQ due next week)
Fri., 10/10       Period  1 does not meet
Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/13/14 – 10/17/14               FRQ due this week
Mon., 10/13    Columbus Day—no school
Tues., 10/14    Begin III.  Protestant Revolution:  The Reformation  GO GIANTS!
                       
Palmer, 10th/11th ed:  ch 2, part 9, 77-87 (Luther, Calvin, spread)
                                                            ch. 2, part 10, 93-98 (Counter Ref) 91-92
                                                            Re-read ch.2, part 8, 73-77 on New Monarchs
                                                            ch 2, part 9, 87-90 (England)
                                                            ch 3, part 14, 121-133 (wars of relig)
                        Begin work on map “Swollen Empire of Chas V”
                        **Work your way through Reformation Website**
            http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/culture_civilizations/reformation.html
                        Read McKay social history packet
                        MAYs = pdfs (written by me strongly recommended) and McKay outlines
                        Check out Eugen Weber #27; scroll to about 17:00 for Luther
             http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=845
Wed., 10/15  FRQ on Italian Renaissance Humanism due--weird schedule
Fri., 10/17      period 1 does not meet
Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/20/14 – 10/24/14
Tues., 10/21  Ref Seminar Megan, Abby, Ana
Fri.,  10/24     End of quarter: Fac work day; no school for students

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/27/14 – 10/31/14
Mon., 10/27   Map due
Tues., 10/28  “Long”  Luther clips
Th., 10/30      Test????--I don't think so; maybe?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/15/14 - 09/19/14
Finish I. Europe in the Post WWII World
Th., 09/18--Test on Europe in the Post WWII World
Take-home 2005 DBQ
Fri., 09/19--period 1 does not meet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/22/14 - 09/26/14
Mon., 09/22--Begin II. The Dawn of a New Era (the Renaissance)
Begin reading Palmer, et al., 9th ed., 47-77, 98-104; Palmer 10th ed., 49-77, 99-106
Read to keep pace with lecture; begin to read seminar packet on Renaissance
Begin to work on Map/Renaissance Italy
PDFs are "mays" (strongly recommend but do not require); McKay ch. outlines are "mays"
No McKay social history
Tues., 09/23--"long"--visit Renaissance Art pages (Early, High, North)
Tues., 09/23--2005 DBQ/European Unity due
Fri., 09/26--Period 1 does not meet (alas)--altered schedule (no period 4)

Onset of "Little Ice Age"--Crash Course < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF8AAJSTJoM >
CNN Millennium 14th century < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4PbXATlAkc >
2:50 Black Death in North Africa; 37:05 Little Ice Age
"Rap" on the Black Death by Gwen Stefani < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZy6XilXDZQ >
History Channel version of The Black Death < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qK4X6bqy3o&feature=fvwrel >
Plague Documentary < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kScxc9DPrnY >
In 2011, Sean Bean starred in a grim movie, Black Death--too gruesome for me

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/29-14 - 10/03/14
Tues., 09/30- Renaissance Seminar: Leaders = __________, _____________, and _____________
Th., 10/02--Map of Renaissance Italy due
Fri., 10/03--period 1 does not meet

Week of Mon. - Fri., 10/06/14 - 10/10/14
Finish Renaissance
Th., 10/09--Test on Renaissance: The Dawn of a New Era/Renaissaince FRQ due on Mon.--TBD
Fri., 10/10-period 1 does not meet

****************

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/13/14 - 10/17/14TBD
Mon., 10/13--Columbus Day--no school
Tues., 10/15--Euro/period 5 does not meet
Wed., 10/16--altered schedule (college stuff--no class)
Th., 10/17--Begin III. Religious Revolution (Reformation)
Hand in Ren FRQ
Begin Ref assignments
Palmer, 10th edition, pp. 73-98, 121-134
Map--"Swollen Empire of Charles V"
Social history packets (McKay, Kagan) Must--Read either McKay or Kagan;
Mckay summaries = MAY; McKee packets (MAY)
MUST--work your way through Reformation website
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/culture_civilizations/reformation.html >
"long" = Luther (Luther in Rome: 8:20; 32:00 for Tetzel)
Check out Eugen Weber on Luther/Reformation
advance to 16:39

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/21/13 - 10/25/13 (Spirit Days?)
Th., 10/24--map due--end of quarter?
Fri., 10/25--faculty work day (no school for students)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/28/13 - 11/01/13
Mon., 10/28--Ref Seminar: ___________ & _____________
Finish up III. Religious Revolution--The Protestant Reformation




 

 

 


I.  Europe Since 1945

Week of Th.-Fri.,  08/28/14 – 08/29/14
Th., 08/28       Period 1—Come to class (YAY!!!)
                        Begin reading McKay handouts (ch 30 -31);
                        look over CB handouts (“Acorn” Book, outline of course)
                        MAY packets—means recommended but not required reading
                        Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech
                        < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvax5VUvjWQ > (5:15)
                        Humorous intro/Cold War
                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU_8OLBK0ic&feature=related
Fri., 08/29       Period 1 does not meet (alas)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/01/14 – 09/05/14—nothing due this week
Mon., 09/01    Labor Day—no school
Tues., 09/02    “long”--Discuss 2010 Weimar Germany DBQ exercise
Wed., 09/03     Keep reading
Th., 09/04       recommended for your spare time but not required:
USSR map < http://www.yourchildlearns.com/online-atlas/cold-war-map.htm >
            < http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=867 >  “The Cold War”
            < http://www.pptpalooza.net/ > #51 “The Early Cold War”
            The Berlin Airlift (10 minute British propaganda news reel)
            < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nHdB1vJNsg >

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/08/14 – 09/12/14
Mon., 09/08    Carry on reading
Have a look at < http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/russianweb/afterstalin.html >
begin with death of Stalin
Tues., 09/09    “long”—2005 DBQ discussion?
Th., 09/11       finish McKay???? (yes/no?)
Fri., 09/12       period 1 does not meet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/15/14 – 09/19/14
Mon., - Wed., 09/17  Finish lecture prepare for test
Th., 09/18       TEST
Fri., 09/19       period 1 does not meet—DBQ due Mon., 09/22

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/18/13 - 11/22/13
Mon., 11/18--CC/17th c seminar Ellie and Cassidy
Th., Fri., Hunger Games opens at midnight
Fri., 11/22--Grandparents' Day--dress whites
FRQ--the Dutch (17th c)
Please begin to read Palmer pp for the next unit
V. Enlightenment, Enlightened Despotism and the Great War for Empire
189-224 (Transformation of Eastern Europe--flabby giants (predators and prey)
311-337 (Enlightened Despotism)
274-296 (Britain and France after Utrecht)
McKay social history packet
Enlightenment Packet

THANKSGIVING BREAK (YAY!!!)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/02/13 - 12/06/13--Nothing Due this week
Mon., 12/02--Finish Stuart England/begin
V. 18th Century Enlightenment and Enlightened Despotism

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/09/13 - 12/13/13
Mon., 12/09--Enlightenment Seminar __________ & ______________
EVERYONE PARTICIPATES

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/16/13 - 12/20/13
Mon., - Tues., 12/16--altered schedule: late start/early dismissal--Period 5 does not meet
Tues., 12/17--altered schedule: late start/early dismissal--Period 5 = 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Wed., 12/18--am = English; pm = Science
Th., 12/19--am = VPA/Conflicts; pm = History
Fri., 12/20--am = Math

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/04/13 - 11/08/13
Mon., 11/04--Test on III. Reformation
Tues., 11/05--Wrap up Liz and Phil
Tues., 11/05--Begin IV. Constitutional Crisis of the 17th Century
Begin reading Palmer, et al. 10th ed. pp. 135-188; social history packet; McKay review; Seminar materials
Topics in Order: Read to keep pace with lecture
30 Years War/Peace of Westphalia (135-141)
Richelieu and the Triumph of DRRA in France (135, 138-9; 169-188)
The Dutch (149-155)
King v. Parliament in England (155-169)
Defeat of Louis XIV's Universal Monarchy/Peace of Utrecht (reprise: 169-188)
Fri., 11/08--Hand in FRQ

Mon., - Fri., 11/11/13 - 11/15/13
Helpful/Fun videos for this unit
Fri., 11/15--Map of France due

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/18/13 - 11/22/13
Mon., 11/18--CC/17th c seminar Ellie and Cassidy
Fri., 11/22--Grandparents' Day
FRQ--the Dutch (17th c)

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/07/13 - 10/11/13
Fri., 10/11--Test on II. The Dawn of a New Era (Renaissance)

Week of Mon., - Wed., 10/14/13 - 10/18/13
Mon., 10/14--Columbus Day--no school
Tues., 10/15--Euro/period 5 does not meet
Wed., 10/16--altered schedule (college stuff--no class)
Th., 10/17--Begin III. Religious Revolution (Reformation)
Hand in Ren FRQ
Begin Ref assignments
Palmer, 10th edition, pp. 73-98, 121-134
Map--"Swollen Empire of Charles V"
Social history packets (McKay, Kagan) Must--Read either McKay or Kagan;
Mckay summaries = MAY; McKee packets (MAY)
MUST--work your way through Reformation website
< http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/culture_civilizations/reformation.html >
"long" = Luther (Luther in Rome: 8:20; 32:00 for Tetzel)
Check out Eugen Weber on Luther/Reformation
advance to 16:39

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/21/13 - 10/25/13 (Spirit Days?)
Th., 10/24--map due--end of quarter?
Fri., 10/25--faculty work day (no school for students)

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/28/13 - 11/01/13
Mon., 10/28--Ref Seminar: ___________ & _____________
Finish up III. Religious Revolution--The Protestant Reformation



 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/16/13 - 09/20/13
Finish I. Europe in the Post War World
Fri., 09/20--Test on Europe in the Post War World

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/23/13 - 09/27/13
Mon., 09/23--Begin II. The Dawn of a New Era (the Renaissance)
Begin reading in Palmer, et al., 9th ed., pp 47-77, 98-104; Palmer 10th ed., 49-77, 99-106
Read to keep pace with lecture; begin to read seminar packet on Renaissance and Flames
Begin to work on Map of Renaissance Italy
No "must" reads this uni, just Palmert; read "mays" as you choose (recommend but do not require)
Mon., 09/23--"long"--visit Renaissance Art pages (Early, High, North)
Wed., 09/25--DBQ/European Unity due

"Rap" on the Black Death by Gwen Stefani < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZy6XilXDZQ >
History Channel version of The Black Death < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qK4X6bqy3o&feature=fvwrel >
Horrible Histories "Plague Song" < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KHlIWpyJrQ >
In 2011, Sean Bean starred in a grim movie, Black Death--too gruesome for me

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/30/13 - 10/04/13
Mon., 10/01- Renaissance/Flames Seminar: Leaders = __________ and _____________
Fri., 10/04--Map of Renaissance Italy due

Horrible Histories "The Renaissance" < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0mEBdLblkQ >

Week of Mon. - Fri., 10/07/13 - 10/11/13
Finish Renaissance
Fri., 10/11--Test on Renaissance: The Dawn of a New Era/Renaissaince FRQ due on Mon.?


 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of Th., Fri., 08/29/13 - 08/30/13: Opening Days: Nothing due this week
I. Europe and the Post War World
Th., 08/29/13--period 5 does not meet
Fri., 08/30/13--YAY!!! for Euro: room 24, period 5, 9:45-10:45
Cruise around AP Euro website, esp. helpful ppts.
Begin reading McKay (handouts) chapters 30 and 31--MUST reads
Other handouts--MAY reads

Week of Tues., - Fri., 09/03/13 - 09/06/13: Nothing due this week
Keep Reading

Mon., 09/02/13--Labor Day/No School/no "long" (alas)
Tues., 09/03/13--Period 5 does not meet (alas, alas)
Wed., 09/04/13--Introduce Euro DBQ (Weimar/2010)
Recommended ancillary activities for your spare time and knowledge enhancement
Eugen Weber The Western Tradition--go to episode #49, "The Cold War"
Pptpalooza.net--episode #51, "The Early Cold War"
The Yalta Conference < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybnzMnFEWJY >
"From World War to Cold War"--More than you probably want to know
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpYCplyBknI >
Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech, March, 1946
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvax5VUvjWQ >

Week of Mon., - Fri., 09/16/13 - 09/20/13
Finish reading
Fri., 09/20/13--test on Post War/Cold War (DBQ due on Mon., 09/23)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of Mon., - Th., 03/11/13 - 03//15/13
Mon., 03/11--Begin VIII. Nationaionalism and Realpolitik (Power Politics)
Kagan, ch 22, 23, 24; various/sundry musts and mays
Test (both sections ) Th., 03/14 on VII. The Dike and the Flood--may not go on this quarter (teacher overload!)
Fri., 03/15--End of Quarter--faculty work day; no school for students

Week of Mon., - Th., 03/18/13 - 03/22/13--RIVALRY
Mon., 03/18--pd 5 "Woman Question Seminar" Leaders = Devon and Kristina
Wed., 03/20--pd 2 "Woman Question Seminar" Leaders = Lauren and Simone
Th., 03/21--DBQ on sports (2006)
Fri., 03/22--Banquet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/25/13 - 03/29/13
Mon., 03/25--last chance to hand in Sports DBQ
Mon., 03/25/pd 5: Eugen Weber's Western Tradition #46 ("Fin de Siècle")
Wed., 03/27/pd 2: Eugen Weber's Western Tradition #46 ("Fin de Siècle")
Th., (pd 2) Fri., (pd 2) Open Book/Take Home/no collaboration test on Nationalism and Realpolitik

Mon., - Fri., 04/01/13 - 04/05/13
Begin IX. The Great War and Its Aftermath
Kagan, ch 25-26; various sundry musts and mays
Imperialism Seminar this week??? or next???



Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/04/13 - 02/08/13
Finish French Rev/Napoleon/Vienna
Th., 02/07--test for period 2
Fri., 02/08--test for period 5

Week of Mon., - Wed., 02/11/13 - 02/13/13
VII. The Dike and the Flood
Finish reading in Kagan:
9th/10 edition--they're the same: finish ch. 19, ch. 20 (skip pp on Latin America,) ch 21
Strongly urge Spielvogel chapter on Industrial Revolution
Visit Romantic Art website--Get crackin' Go there! (Sing along with Les Mis)
Recommend but do not require: Eugen Weber The Western Tradition #43 "Revolution and the Romantics" (exc!)
HAND IN FRENCH REV/NAP FRQ before BREAK

BREAK 02/14 - 02-24

Week of Mon., - Fri., 02/25 - 03/01--Nothing due this week
Mon., - Tues., 02/25 - 02/26: Mr. Stovel substitute (Greek Insurrection, Decembrist Revolt)
Wed., Wed., 02/27--The return of Mrs. McKee
Keep reading!!

Week of Mon., - Fri., 03/04/13 - 03/03/08/13
Mon., 03/04--Nationalism Seminar for period 5: Leaders = Kaley and Natasha
Wed., 03/06--Nationalism Seminar for period 2: Leaders = Hannah and Grace

TEST ON VII NEXT WEEK



Mon., - Fri., 01/14/13 - 01/18/13--nothing due this week
Mon., 01/14--Faculty work day;-- no school for students
Tues., 01/15--pd 2 = return exams, begin VI. Revolutionary Era--pd 5 does not meet
Wed., 01/16--pd 5 = return exams, begin VI. Revolutionary Era
Read Kagan (9th ed.) ch 18 (through 642) OR Kagan (10th ed) ch 19 (through 576)--MUST
Everybodyd: read all of Kagan, ch 18 and up to Romanticism in ch 19
Read seminar packet--MUST and other handouts--MAY
Go to [ French Rev ] website and work your way through it--highly (HIGHLY) recommend
Visit Eugen Weber's The Western Tradition site--MAY   
            < http://www.learner.org/resources/series58.html >
episode 39 reviews American Rev, incorporates impract of revolutionary ideas on music/opera (Mozart,)
art (David,) fashion (the look a la Brutus,) as well as social/financial causes of French Rev.
episode 40 walks through the events of French Rev through Napoleon

Mon., - Fri., 01/21/13 -01/25/13--nothing due this week
Mon., 01/21--MLK/no school --you're not forbidden to read
Th., 01/24--pd 2 = Mr. Glidden on Scientific Revolution
Fri., 01/25--pd 5 = Mr. Glidden on Scientific Revolution

Mon., - Fri., 01/28/13 - 02/02/01
Mon., 01/28--pd 5 French Rev Seminar Charlotte and Natalie
Wed., 01/30--pd 2 French Rev Seminar Annie and Sophie

French Rev Test for period 2 = Th., 02/07; French Rev test for period 5 = Fri., 02/08




 

 

Palmer Support Site
< http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073106925/information_center_view0/ >

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/03/12 - 12/07/12
Wed., 12/05--FRQ due (30 Years War or Decline of Spain/Netherlands
Wed., 12/05--Begin V. 18th Century Enlightenment and Enlightened Despotism
Palmer, et al. 10th ed: 189-224 and 311-337 (Transformation of Eastern Europe: Flabby Giants and EDs)
274-296 (Western Europe/Britain and France after Utrecht)
McKay social history packet
Enlightenment Packet

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/10/12 - 12/14/12
Nothing Due this week--Keep reading

Week of Mon., - Fri., 12/17/12 - 12/21/12
Mon., - Tues., 12/17-12/18--altered schedule: late start/early dismissal
Period 5 does not meet
Mon., 12/17--Enlightenment Seminar for period 2 ______________ & ______________
Tues., 12/18--Enlightenment Seminar for period 5_______________& ______________
Period 2 does not meet
Wed., 12/19--AP Euro exam (a.m.)

WINTER BREAK (WHEW!!!)

***Refresh your memory on The Clockwork Universe (and questions that accompanied)***

Week of Mon., - Fri., 01/07/13 - 01/11/13--GLOBAL WEEK

Week of Mon., - Fri., 01/14/13 -01/18/13
Mon., 01/14--No school for students
Tues., 01/15--period 2 guest lecture by Mr. Glidden on the Scientific Awakening
wed., 01/16--period 5 guest lecture by Mr. Glidden on the Scientific Awakening
***The Clockwork Universe discussion/seminar this week***
The Palmer pp on Scientific Awakening I am not assigning because of The Clockwork Universe
If you want to refresh your memory, see pp. 297-311
Helpful Website = http://castinet.castilleja.org/users/pmckee/scientific.awakening/sci-awake-index.html
skip the first page on Islamic Science
VI. French Revolution
***Begin reading Kagan, ch 18, 19 (9th edition through p 642)***
***Begin reading Kagan, ch 18, 19 (10th edition through p 546)***


Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/05/12 - 11/09/12
Mon., 11/05--; Handouts for IV. Constitutional Crisis of the 17th Century
Helpful videos for this section:


Wed., 11/07--FRQ Due

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/12/12 - 11/16/12--Nothing Due This Week
Fri., 11/16--Grandparents' Day--does not affect periods 2, 5

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/19/12 - 11/23/12--Thanksgiving Break--No School, alas
Week is homework free, but not for AP classes--Prepare for Seminar

Week of Mon., - Fri., 11/26/12 - 11/30/12
Return to School from Thanksgiving Break

***no unit test on IV. Constitutional Crisis***--wrapped into final (just like college!)

Mon., 11/26--Seminar for period 5: Leaders = Maya and Mandy
Wed., 11/28--Seminar for period 2: Leaders = Rebecca and Emily

Mon., - Fri., 12/03/12 - 12/07/12
Mon., 12/03--period 5 "long" (Dutch DBQ or Cromwell/Civil War Video)
Wed., 12/05--period 2 "long" (Dutch DBQ or Cromwell/Civil War Video)
FRQ due
Th., 12/06--Begin next section/unit


Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/08/12 - 10/12/12--Spirit Days
Th., 10/11--Test on II. The Dawn of a New Era (Renaissance)
Fri., 10/12--period 5 Begin Reformation (see belowO

Week of Mon., - Wed., 10/15/12 - 10/17/12--nothing due this week
Mon., 10/15--period 2--Begin III. Religious Revolution
Hand in Ren FRQ
Palmer, 10th edition, pp. 73-98, 121-134
Map--"Swollen Empire of Charles V"
Social history packets (McKay, Kagan) MUST; McKay summaries (MAY)
MUST--work your way through Reformation/Wars of Religion Website
McKee (MAY) packets
"long" = Luther(advance cursor to 7:13)
Th., - Fri., 10/18-10/19--Faculty work days, no school for students

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/22/12 - 10/26
Mon., 10/22--period 5 Seminar: Sarah Shen & Kendall Levison
Wed., 10/24--period 2 Seminar: Julia McGee & Katherine Hobbs
Fri., 10/26--map due

Week of Mon., - Fri., 10/29/12 - 11/02/12
Finish up III. Religious Revolution--The Protestant Reformation
Th., 11/01--Test on III. Religious Revolution
Fri., 11/02--Begin IV. Constitutional Crisis of the 17th Century

 

 

Euro Assignments #2--Dawn of a New Era
[ McKee Index ] Exam Date = Wed., 05/15/13

Period 2 Euro meets in room 22; Mon., Tues., Wed ("long,") Th., does not meet on Fri.
Period 5 Euro meets in room 24; Mon. ("long,") Wed., Th., Fri., does not meet on Tues.