Week of 1/6/14: Welcome Back! Tuesday 1/7: Logout #25: What factors lead to European exploration, and what nations were
involved? In-class: Guided Reading of Chapter 14, sections 1 & 2 Brief Lecture of notes
Week of 12/16/13: Tuesday 12/17: Logout #23: Define in your own words what the term Scientific Revolution means. In-class: Overview DBQ group work Homework: DBQ "Essay" Due Thursday Thursday 12/19: Logout #24: How did the Scientific Revolution develop its "roots?" In-class: "Roots of the Scientific Revolution" Reading and Handout Chapter 13, Section 5--Assessment Questions 2-6.
Week of 12/9/13: Tuesday 12/10: Logout #21: What does the term "Protestant Reformation" mean in the context we heard in class? In-class: Presentation on Protestant Reformation Reading chapter 13, section 3 Journal Assignment: Chapter 13, section 3 Assessment Questions 1-5
Thursday 12/12: Logout #22: How did the Protestant Reformation create different religious paths in
Europe? In-class: Continued presentation on the Protestant Reformation Reading: Chapter 13, Section 4 Journal Assignment: Compare and contrast the manner in which Martin Luther and Henry VIII went about "reforming" the Catholic church.
Friday 12/13: Journal Check: 5 JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS 1. Ideal Man Traits 2. Machiavelli Reading with Questions 3. Chapter 13, Section 3 Assessment Questions 4. Luther vs. Henry T Chart 5. Friday Review (IN-CLASS FRIDAY)
PAST DUE: 1. Art Research Paper 2. Ideal Man Essay
Week of 12/2/13: Tuesday 12/3: Logout #19: What traits does your ideal man/woman possess, and how does this compare to those of a "Renaissance Man?" In-class: journal assignment on ideal traits: Think, Pair, Share Castiglione's "The Courtier": Think, Pair, Share Assignment: Ideal Man Essay--Due Friday