History 10

History 10 FINAL EXAM info:

  • Exam format: LINK
  • Rubric for Long Answer question: LINK

Video about the French Revolution (1.5 hours): LINK


Mythopoeia poem by JRR Tolkien: LINK


 

The Atlantic Slave Trade video: LINK

History 10 – Chapter 7 Test (Thursday, May 19):

  • Definitions (define any 10 of the 15 terms below)
    • vied, proximity, caravel, cartographer, viable, conquest, wares, subdue, misnomer, isthmus, conquistadors, exploited, New World, Old World, eunuch
  • 10 multiple choice based on reading
  • 5 people matching questions (NO TIMELINE matching)
  • 3 short answer questions:
    • 1. Identify and explain the motives that led Europeans to begin exploring the world beyond Europe
    • 2. Compare the following “explorers,” Zheng He, Vasco Da Gama, and Christopher Columbus by giving 3 points about each.
    • 3. Are you grateful for the Columbian Exchange? Explain your answer by listing 3 pros and 3 cons.

History 10 – Midterm on Monday, May 2–> Open book, but timed at 1 hour!:

  • ~35-40 Multiple Choice
  • 4-5 short answer questions about themes in history, ex.
    • Religion and politics
      • Reformation: Martin Luther, John Calvin, King Henry VIII
      • Thirty Years’ War
    • How should I rule?
      • Machieavelli’s The Prince 
      • Monarch’s balancing act
      • The belief in the divine right of kings & queens
      • Absolute monarchy, constitutional monarchy, and republics
    • Keeping the balance of power

History 10 – Wednesday April 20th

  • Do #1-11 from Part 2 questions for Chapter 6 (ie. Peter the Great of Russia section)
  • Provide a 1-paragraph answer for this question: Explain how England evolved from an absolute to a constitutional monarchy.

MOODLE CLASS: LINK

History 10 – Monday April 4th

  • Chapter 4 Test on Wednesday (April 6) –> REVIEW
  • Quote for June due Thursday (April 7)
  • Video we watched Monday: LINK (we got up to minute 28)

Facebook Presentation:

  • Download the presentation file: HERE
  • Go into your Google Drive and start a new Google Slides
  • Then click File –> Import Slides and import the presentation file into your Google Slides
  • When you are done the assignment, share it by sending it to my email at: robgosselin@hotmail.com

HOMEWORK:

  • Due next Tuesday (March 8):
    • Picking a President handout: Read and complete the handout, everything except the “Just Talk About It” section on Page 10)
      • Here is a better view of the Page 11 comic: LINK
    • Colouring Map Assignment
    • Read and colour code up to the Ivan III section of Chapter 3

Class Intro

  • Course Outline
  • Clock Buddies
    • Then sticky note activity: Why study history?

Class Extras:

  • Picking a President worksheet
  • International Women’s Day (March 8th) –> LINK
  • Human vs. AI: Lee Sedol vs Google’s DeepMind (March 9-15, 2016): LINK

Chapter 1: The Renaissance 1350-1517

  • Poll Everywhere: LINK
  • What do BC, AD, CE, and BCE stand for when referring to dates/years?: LINK
  • Crash Course History: LINK
  • Medieval Europe Map game: LINK
  • Notes handouts etc.
  • Definitions & TMNT artists assignment

Chapter 2: The Reformation, 1455-1600

  • Definition homework
  • Definition Super-sleuth (in 5 minute segments spread out for review)
  • Mini-quiz following day (gave them 15 terms, they choose 8 to define)
  • Dividing class into 5 groups, 5 rotating posters (keep your group’s same 2 markers), and doing 5 chapter objective (5 minute rotations, add a point, once you don’t know use chromebooks for basic research etc) — save presentations for notes day
  • Pope & Patriarch research assignment (also gave them class time to work on this, about 30 mins)
  • Rotation poster presentations and then Notes for each section
  • 95-Thesis monk costume muaha!
  • Pastor Aaron’s Reformation talk

Chapter 3: Early Czarist Russia, 1380-1613

  • Reading & marking up Chap 3
  • Russia Mapping Assignment & Review
  • Notes: Definitions
  • Crash Course: The Mongols and Genghis Khan! –> LINK
  • Notes: Mongols
  • Video: Speed Archery (Reinventing the fastest forgotten archery) –> LINK
  • Handout notes on important people in Chap 3
  • Crash Course: Russia, the Kievan Rus, and the Mongols: Crash Course World History #20 –> LINK

Chapter 4: Europe to 1618 (Focusing mostly on England)

  • Long Answer Question: Compare Queen Mary to Queen Elizabeth’s reign
  • From Prison to Palace Documentary: LINK
  • Facebook Presentation:
    • Download the presentation file: HERE
    • Go into your Google Drive and start a new Google Slides
    • Then click File –> Import Slides and import the presentation file into your Google Slides
    • When you are done the assignment, share it by sending it to my email at: robgosselin@hotmail.com

Homework Record:

Class 1:

  • Introduce yourselves (ex. general update, age, birthday, family, interests, pet peeve, something random about you, inspiring quote etc.)
  • Section 1 reading: Read parts 1-4 & colour code

Class 2:

  • Chapter 1 reading: Read parts 5-6 & colour code (and put boxes around any words that you don’t know)

Class 3:

  • Chapter 1 reading: Read parts 7-9 (ie. rest of chapter) & colour code (and put boxes around any words that you don’t know)

Class 4:

  • Do Definitions and Renaissance artists research homework (ie. Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, & Raphael)

Class 5:

  • Do the 2 long answer questions of the Review (Pg 4 of the Chapter 1 Test Review)

Class 6:

  • Pope & Patriarch hand-in assignment