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Pre-class 2012-2013. Answer the following. Can you eat in class? Can you use your cell phone in class? What are the sign-out/bathroom rules? What are the rules for using the television/computers? What is our student teachers name?. 9/6/12. What was the point of yesterday’s lesson?

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Pre class 2012 2013

Pre-class 2012-2013


Answer the following

Answer the following

  • Can you eat in class?

  • Can you use your cell phone in class?

  • What are the sign-out/bathroom rules?

  • What are the rules for using the television/computers?

  • What is our student teachers name?


9 6 12

9/6/12

  • What was the point of yesterday’s lesson?

    Write your answer in 2-3 sentences.

    Mod 11

    What was the assembly about? What do you remember?s


9 7 12

9/7/12

6. Which is the most complete description of how geographers describe places?

a. in terms of their physical and human characteristics

b. in terms of their latitude and longitude

c. in terms of their cultures

d. in terms of their economies

7. One example of human interaction with the environment is

a. finding Goa’s exact location on the Earth.

b. the spread of Buddhism into China.

c. the location of Brazil’s rain forest.

d. farming on fertile land in Egypt’s Nile River Valley.

8. The main reason countries trade with one another is that

a. they can make money by taxing imported goods.

b. no country can produce all the goods its people need.

c. people like to travel.

d. people want to spread ideas and share knowledge.

9. Historians believe that early people migrated to other places in order to

a. exchange ideas.

b. find food.

c. visit relatives.

d. trade with other people.

10. One example of a physical region is

a. the Great Lakes region.

b. Canada.

c. the Muslim world.

d. the New York metropolitan region.


9 10 12

9/10/12

  • What are three types of information that a map might show?

  • Define climate

  • How does climate influence culture?


9 11 12

9/11/12

  • December 7, 1941

  • June 6, 1944

  • August 6, 1945

  • November 22, 1963

  • September 11, 2001


9 12 12

9/12/12

1.  What is the most basic social organization?2.  Define polygamy3.  Why do cultures have arranged marriage?4.  List 5 ways people are divided into social classes


09 13 12 what is this picture about

09/13/12What is this picture about


09 14 12

09/14/12

  • Constitution Day

  • Can we be citizens quiz?

  • DO NOT WRITE ON QUIZ – Only answers on whiteboards will count

  • 10 minutes

  • Mod 2 40:Mod 3 81:Mod 6/7 85: Mod 9/10:83


09 18 12

09/18/12

  • Where did the first humans come from?

  • What were 6 achievements of Stone Age People?

  • What are nomads?

  • What happened to family size when farming began?

    Reminder – TEST Chapters 1 & 2 Friday


09 19 2012

09/19/2012

  • Where were the first civilizations?

  • What were the achievements of the first civilizations?

  • Where were the centers of the Industrial Revolution?

  • How did imperialism affect Europe? The rest of the world?

  • What was the Cold War’s impact on the world?


09 20 2012 terms for tomorrow

09/20/2012Terms for tomorrow

  • Monotheism

  • Dictatorship

  • Culture

  • Diffusion

  • Ethnocentrism

  • Nomad

  • Urbanization

  • Civilization

  • Population Density

  • Cash Crop

  • Modernization

  • Literacy

  • Imperialism

  • Westernization

  • Nationalism

  • 1st Agricultural Revolution


10 22 2012 judaism christianity islam

10/22/2012Judaism, Christianity, Islam

Fertile Crescent

Caliph

Rabbi

Priest

Monotheism

  • Torah

  • Jesus

  • Muhammad

  • Koran

  • Bible

  • Jerusalem

  • Middle East

  • Abraham

  • 10 Commandments

  • 5 Pillars


10 23 2012

10/23/2012

  • Fill in the blank

  • Muhammad is ________________________

  • The Koran, Bible, and Torah are___________

  • Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all believe in__________________________

  • Jerusalem is important to____________

  • Conflict exists in the Middle East because__________


10 24 2012

10/24/2012

  • Pick up an article UN envoy says Syria truce agreed on for holiday

  • What is the main idea of the article?

  • Why is the Syrian National Council hesitant to trust the truce?

  • Why do we know little about the actual events in Syria?

  • Where else have you learned about a situation like this?


10 25 2012

10/25/2012

  • Where is this?

  • What is happening here?


10 26 2012

10/26/2012

  • Write three multiple choice questions

    • One about Judaism

    • One about Christianity

    • One about Islam

  • Each question needs 4 choices


11 05 2012

11/05/2012

Quick Poll Which diet would you rather eat for the next four years?

  • Chili; Hawaiian pizza; cheeseburgers; salmon; trail mix; sweet potato pie

  • Organic peanut butter and honey sandwiches; hummus; pita; organic applesauce; peanut butter cups; chocolate milk

    Why is 270 the magic number tomorrow?


11 08 2012

11/08/2012

  • Where did the Seljuks, Mongols, and Crusaders come from?

  • Why did outside groups invade the Middle East? 3 reasons

  • What are strengths of empires? 5 strengths


11 09 2012

11/09/2012

  • What are three important parts of village life?

  • What are two important parts of nomad life?


11 12 2012

11/12/2012

  • What are three important parts of

    • City Life

    • Family Life

    • Women’s Lives

  • Why have changes been to slow to come to family traditions and women’s lives in the Middle East today?


11 13 2012

11/13/2012


11 14 2012

11/14/2012

  • What were three strengths of the Ottoman and Safavid Empire?

  • Who was

    • Suleiman

    • Abbas

    • Osman


11 14 20121

11/14/2012

  • How did Imperialism impact

    • Turkey

    • Egypt

    • Iran

    • Palestine/Israel


11 15 2012

11/15/2012

  • What were three reasons the Ottoman Empire fell apart?


11 16 2012

11/16/2012

  • Define

    • Imperialism

    • Nationalism

    • Westernization

    • Theocracy

    • Zionism

    • Anti-Semitism

    • Fundamentalism

  • Identify

    • Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

    • Muhammad Ali

    • Reza Khan

    • Theodor Herzl

    • Ayatollah Khomeini

    • GamalAbder Nasser

    • Hosni Mubarak


11 27 2012

11/27/2012

  • Define

    Shah

    Sultan

  • The Ottoman Empire was centered in what modern nation?

  • The Safavid Empire was centered in what modern nation?


11 28 2012

11/28/2012

  • What is Pan Arabism?

  • Name 2 reasons Pan Arabism failed

  • Name 2 Middle Eastern

    • Monarchies

    • Republics


11 29 2012

11/29/2012

  • What country is each person from?

    • Ataturk

    • Khan

    • Ali

  • What did the Balfour Declaration say?

  • What two groups of people wanted to live in Palestine?


11 29 20121

11/29/2012

  • How did imperialism impact the development of Lebanon?

  • What are three characteristics of fundamentalism?


11 30 2012

11/30/2012

  • Which country is each person from?

    • Pahlavi

    • Khomeini

    • Nasser

    • Sadat

    • Mubarak

  • Define theocracy


11 30 20121

11/30/2012

  • Define

    Halal

    Haram

    Sharia

    Islamist

    Extremism

    Al Qaeda


12 03 2012

12/03/2012

Westernization

Nationalism

Secular


01 03 2013

01/03/2013

  • Take out your Arab Israeli Conflict Chart


01 04 2013

01/04/2013

  • What was cause of Iran Iraq War?

  • Why did Al Qaeda turn against the west in early 90s?

  • What have been the results of the Arab Israeli wars?

  • Why is the rock being thrown at the tank a common picture of the Intifada?


01 29 2013

01/29/2013

  • What is abolition?

  • What were two causes of Atlantic Slave trade?

  • What were two results of Atlantic Slave trade?


01 29 20131

01/29/2013

Find 5 examples of European ethnocentrism?

How does this image show the three causes of European imperialism in Africa?


02 01 2013

02/01/2013

  • Take out course schedule card so I can sign it.


02 04 2013

02/04/2013

  • What was Stanley’s profession and why did he explore Africa?

  • What was Livingstone’s profession and why did he explore Africa?

  • What was one economic motive for imperialism in Africa?

  • What was one political motive for imperialism in Africa?

  • What was one religious motive for imperialism in Africa?


02 05 2013

02/05/2013

  • Who did Ethiopia fight for its independence?

  • Why was Melenik important in Ethiopian history?


02 06 2013

02/06/2013

  • Who are the Boers?

  • Who are the Zulu?

  • Who won the first Boer/British war?

  • Who won the second Boer/British war?


02 25 2013

02/25/2013

  • What is Pan-Africanism?

  • What is negritude?

  • What is one similarity African nationalist leaders share?

  • African Socialism

  • One-Party Rule


02 26 2013

02/26/2013

  • Writing Day Question

    • Which group of people, ocean or river, have adapted better to where they live?

    • Google

      • Human Planet Oceans

      • Human Planet Rivers

  • Writing Day Tomorrow


02 27 2013

02/27/2013

  • Writing Day Question

    • Which group of people, ocean or river, have adapted better to where they live?

  • You can use your notes/pre-writing

    Write your name/nombre/Namen/名字/nom on the paper


03 01 2013

03/01/2013

  • “While the United States is trying to reach the moon, Tanzania is trying to reach its Villages” ~Julius Nyerere

  • How does this quote reflect challenges African nations faced at the time of independence


03 06 2013

03/06/2013

  • How did white south Africans justify apartheid?

  • When did Apartheid start/end?


03 07 2013

03/07/2013

  • Name four parts of life that were segregated during apartheid

  • What does Rolihlahla translate to in English?

  • What does ANC stand for?


03 07 20131

03/07/2013

  • From Apartheid Reading

    • 1913 Land Act

    • Goals of Apartheid

    • Population Registration Act of 1950

    • Bantu Self-Government Act of 1959

    • Resistance to Apartheid – different methods

    • Sharpesville and Soweto

    • FW de Klerk


03 08 2013

03/08/2013

  • From Mandela Reading

    • Describe Mandela’s schooling

    • Goal of ANCYL and ANC

    • Unkhonto we Sizwe – goals

    • Rivonia Trial

    • Robben Island

    • Truth and Reconciliation Commission

    • 1995 Rugby World Cup

    • Nelson Mandela International Day


03 12 2013

03/12/2013

Vocab Terms

Leaders

Leopold SedarSenghor

Kwame Nkrumah

Jomo Kenyatta

Mobuto SeseSeko

Julius Nyerere

Nelson Mandela

FW de Klerk

  • Boycott

  • pan Africanism

  • negritude movement

  • democratization

  • socialism

  • multinational corporations

  • fula-fula

  • urbanization

  • westernization

  • Apartheid

    • 1913 Land Act

  • Population Registration Act of 1950

  • Bantu Self-Government Act of 1959

  • Unkhonto we Sizwe

  • Rivonia Trial

  • 1995 Rugby World Cup


03 12 20131

03/12/2013

  • Effects of Colonialism – 3

  • Population Explosion – 2

  • Changes to Women’s Lives – 2

  • Changes to Education – 2

  • Segregation during Apartheid – 4

    • Goals of Apartheid – 1


04 09 2013

04/09/2013

  • Define

    • Nirvana

    • Dharma

    • Karma

    • Polytheism

    • Reincarnation


04 10 2013

04/10/2013

  • Define – Joint Family, Dowry, Purdah, Shakti, Sati

  • How does this quote reflect the importance of the caste system, “It is better to do one’s duty badly, than to do another’s duty well.”

  • Why did invading peoples to South Asia adopt the caste system?

  • Why did the caste system keep such strict rules? List 4 rules of the caste system.

  • How did the caste system create order in Indian life?

  • Explain the interdependence of the castes.

  • Explain how villages were self-sufficient

  • How does the quote reflect the structure of the family, “Father is heaven, father is religion, the gods are pleased by pleasing father.”

  • Why was arranged marriage very important to the family?

  • What were a woman’s duties in traditional India?

  • According to the text, why did women need men in traditional India?

  • How does the quote on page 193 explain the view of women in India?

  • What was the role of a widow in India?


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