The test on the Cold War will be given on Monday, March 5. Study guides will also be collected.
The test on the interwar years and WW2 will be given on Friday, February 9. Notebooks and study guides will also be collected.
On Tuesday, December 19 we will have the Unit 6 test covering World War I and the Russian Revolution. The notebooks and study guides will be due that day as well.
The unit 5 test on Industrialism, Imperialism and Nationalism will be given on Tuesday, December 5. I will collect their notebooks, which should include their study guide.
Thursday, November 9 the test on Revolutions will be given. I will also collect their notebooks and study guides.
We will be holding student led conferences on November 29th. Students will be preparing scripts to show documentation of their work for them to speak to you about their work over the semester.
The unit 3 test will be given on Thursday, September 28. As usual, I will collect their notebook, which will check pages 20-22 and the study guide, which will be counted as a quiz grade.
Student will be completing a group poster project on an Enlightenment philosopher over the next three days and present that thinker to the class on Wednesday.
Unit 2 Test will be given Tuesday, September 12. Students should use their study guide to support their preparation for the test. (My version of the study guide can be found on the unit page. Nevertheless, students should complete their study guide using their own worlds) Particular focus should be given to understanding important concepts like the encomienda system, mercantilism, and the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
On Friday, August 22 students will take their first social studies test. It is a 25 question multiple choice test. The study guide is also worth a test grade. It is an essential tool for preparing for the test. I would also recommend studying the explorers map that should be located on the left hand side of Page 7 in their notebook.