Work for Monday

 

Period 1/2 History (HL Only)   Watch Century of a Revolution (Part 2) .
A student to show it via their computer.
Period 3/4 I&S Grade 7K Students are to finish their time through time maps. They should check the TSC, finish all drawing, and attach annotations to their maps. (Here is the link to the assessment if you need it) 

 

It is due at the START of class on Wednesday.

Work for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (March 8,9,10)

WEDNESDAY

Period 1/2 7M Continue work on town through time map. You. should try to get the second map done. Don’t forget to be checking the TSC
Period 3/4 8U Introduction to History of Yokohama. Individual work. Make a copy and share with Ms. Madrid 
Period 5/6 6H Continue work on posters.

  • You should be working with partners on your poster project
  • You can check this document to make sure they have completed everything
  • If (and only if) you have completed the google slideshow requirements then they can work on the extension activity.
Period 7/8 History HL You should finish chapter 2 and begin chapter 3 in the Mao book. Extra copies of the book behind “embrace your superhero” poster. 

THURSDAY

 

Period 1/2 7K Continue work on town through time map. You should try to get the map done. Don’t forget to check the TSC. 
Period 5/6 (w/ lunch break) DP History Combined In small groups, you will share your presentations. Just sit around two different tables and share.
The teams are:

  • Justin, Sabrina, Aysha, Maria, Joe, and Sarah
  • Erin, Christian, Meadow, Miha, Kate, and Cole

If you finish, you can practice for their paper 1 style quiz answering the purple box questions on pages 100-118 in the green book.

7/8 8U Globalization and Yokohama Culture. Make a copy and share with Ms. Madrid. 

Friday

 

Period 3/4 7M Continue work on town through time map

Work of March 3

 

Period 1/2 Grade 8 Everything is on this document which students have accress to on my blog and on Veracross
Students are to turn in their globalization product and TSC.
Students are to complete their reflection and TSC. This is individual work.  
Period 5/6 Grade 11 HL/SL History Complete work on presentations.  They were introduced to it last class and should know what they are doing.
Period 8 Tutor Students should finish work on Nodebook. 

If they have finished this week’s work on Nodebook, they can have a study hall…read/complete homework/etc.

Interwar conditions in Europe

In your partner groups, create

  • A vocab/names/dates list for the section you are responsible for
  • A slideshow of 3-5 slides answering the question. Include facts, analysis and primary documents (you can use the ones in the book)

 

  1. Using sources and your own knowledge, explain economic impact of the Great Depression on Europe. (Justin and Erin)
  2. Using sources and your own knowledge, explain the political effects of the Great Depression on the UK and USA. (Sabrina and Christian)
  3. Using sources and your own knowledge, explain the political effects of the Great Depression on France and Germany (Aysha and Meadow)
  4. Using sources and your own knowledge, explain the role of ideology played in the rise of Hitler. ( Maria and Miha)
  5. Using sources and your own knowledge, evaluate the effectiveness of French and British international diplomacy in the early 1930s. (Joe and Kate)
  6. Using sources and your own knowledge, evaluate the effectiveness of German and Soviet international diplomacy in the early 1930s (Sarah and Cole)

China (post-revolution topics)

  • 14: The People’s Republic of China (1949–2005)

    This section focuses on China under the rule of the Chinese Communist Party, and the great changes as the Communist Party under Chairman Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) extended its rule and Mao’s vision of a socialist state. The focus of this section is on the impact of domestic political, social and economic policies. It also examines modernization of China’s economy since Mao’s death.

    • Consolidation of the communist state (1949–1961) under Mao Zedong; key policies; land reforms; rectification campaigns; Hundred Flowers campaign (1956)
    • Transition to socialism; successes and failures in economic developments (1949–1961); First Five-Year Plan; Great Leap Forward; Second Five-Year Pla