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Quote 12. By three methods we may learn wisdom: first, by reflection which is noblest; second, by imitation, which is the easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest. Confucius. This WEEK: Thursday “ C”Day - Review Day Wrestling vs South Friday- FINALS- Blocks 1-2-3

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Quote 12
Quote 12

By three methods we may learn wisdom: first, by reflection which is noblest; second, by imitation, which is the easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest.

Confucius


Announcements

This WEEK:

Thursday“C”Day- Review Day

Wrestling vs South

Friday- FINALS- Blocks 1-2-3

Basketball vs NW- Varsity Away

Saturday- Basketball vs St. James

Notebooks / Review due on Finals date

Finals Dec 18th, 21st, 22nd

Announcements


C schedule

Block 1 7:50- 8:30

Block 5 8:35- 9:15

Block 2 9:20- 10:05

Block 6 10:10- 10:50

Block 3 10:55- 12:35

Block 7 12:40- 1:20

Block 4 1:25- 2:10

Block 8 2:15- 3:00

“C” Schedule


Kmc finals schedule
KMC Finals Schedule

Friday, December 18

Block One: 7:50-9:05

Block Two: 9:15-10:35

Block Three: 10:45-12:00

Monday, December 21

Block Five: 7:50-9:05

Block Six: 9:15-10:35

Block Seven: 10:45-12:00

Tuesday, December 22

Block Four: 7:50-9:05

Block Eight: 9:15-10:35


December 17 th
December 17th

Outcomes

Students will reflect and identify the significant terms and people of the first semester

To Do List

Papers to pass back- there are a few

Review game – if we can do it.

Post its- ask a question

Review of Key Terms

Review of Essays


Quote 121
Quote 12

By three methods we may learn wisdom: first, by reflection which is noblest; second, by imitation, which is the easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest.

Confucius


Post its
Post its

  • Please think about any terms that are confusing to you. . . . Or if you have any questions about the final write them down and stick them on the table.


I have who has
I Have…….Who has?

  • Review game-

    • Each person get a care ( there is a term & a definition.)

    • Familiarize yourself with each (1-2 minutes MAX)

    • Then someone is going to start by reading their definition

      • Who has. . . . .(Instead of everyone shouting out the answer)

      • The person that has that term will answer, I have . . . .

      • Then they will read their definition and it keeps going.

    • Everyone should pay attention to the term and definition


Key terms be sure to know
Key Terms– BE SURE TO KNOW

  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

  • The World is a Village

  • Corpus IurisCivilis

  • Greek Fire

  • Black Death- all its consequences

  • “Byzantine”

  • Hundred Years’ War

  • L’ uomo universal

  • Renaissance-Individualism-Humanism-Secularism


Key terms be sure to know1
Key Terms– BE SURE TO KNOW

  • Reconquista

  • Malacca

  • Marco Polo Travels

  • Encomienda system

  • Columbian Exchange

  • Explorers Motives

  • “new monarchies”

  • Protestant Reformation--Indulgences

  • The Prince

  • Christian Humanism

  • Northern Renaissance

  • Catholic Reformation—Society of Jesus

  • Mercantilism—Witchcraft Mania--Absolutism


Key people be sure to know
Key People BE SURE TO KNOW

  • Justinian Martin Luther

  • Procopius John Calvin

  • Petrarch Henry VIII

  • Bartolome de Las Casas Mary Queen of Scots

  • Henry the Navigator Ignatius of Loyola

  • Zhenghe Henry IV

  • Hernando Cortez

  • Christopher Columbus

  • Ferdinand Magellan

  • Niccolo Machiavelli

  • Johannes Gutenberg

  • Desiderus Erasmus

  • Pope Leo X


Essay 1
Essay #1

  • At the end of the era in these chapters, Europe saw the rise of relatively modern forms of political organization- absolutism and constitutionalism—which would be the foundation for the modern states in Western Europe. What were the characteristics of these two forms of political organization? How did each evolve? What was the long term impact of this development?

  • This is tough because we didn’t discuss it.

  • Explain Absolutism and Constitutionalism

    • Absolutism- Leader with Total Power / Standing Army / Source of Revenue

    • Constitutionalism- Leader that has established limits / Legislative body

    • Depends on what country you look at- as countries unify one leader

    • With the Reformation challenging the church – leaders become stronger

    • With sources of revenue / exploration- leaders become wealthy / stronger

    • Evolution of leaders / countries- unified counties dominate Europe and the Globe: culturally, economically, and militarily– poor conditions cost leaders


Essay 2
Essay #2

  • From the Renaissance to the age of absolutism (1415-1715), European society, underwent tremendous change. Discuss the change in terms of religion, economics, and social organization. How did these elements interact with one another?Did the status of women and blacks change over this time? If so in what ways?

  • In looking at this question, the idea is to see the big picture

  • Think back to the beginning and how life has changed each chptr

  • The Renaissance in general was a look back to the classics-

    • Look at what man has done- people look at what can be done now- Individualism- Humanism- Secularism

  • These concepts push the idea of exploration / accomplishment

  • Exploration brought trade / economic benefit / changes in society

  • As more people experienced wealth & accomplishment left religion.

    • Throughout this time, women and blacks were not seen as equals to a certain extent they were both left in a state of servitude or slavery.


Essay 3
Essay #3

  • This era is highly described as one of increasing global contact. Describe this contact and assess its impact on Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa. Who were the winners and losers in this round of international competition.

  • Again, look at the BIG picture- looking at all of the chapters

  • What contacts are made that can be considered Global

    • Start with Constantinople being the focal point of trade until- 1453

    • Renaissance ideals / Economic Benefits / close of Constantinople push Europ

    • Briefly discuss Portuguese (Henry II) going to India (Malacca) / Spain –West

  • Europe (I) increased trade wealth / changes in society / govt / religion

  • Americas (I) conquered and exploited / goods used for European benefit

  • Asia (I) indifferent to Europeans / Isolationism to avoid religion / trade

  • Africa (I) Early Empires conquered / people sold into slavery / exploited

  • (the World as a Village)


Homework
Homework

  • Please have the review done- BIG POINTS

  • Please have your notebook done ( quotes) 24pts

  • Please study- remember your learning style

    • Use what works best for you- but you have to do it.

  • A little prayer goes along way-

    • “God helps those who help themselves”


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