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Complete MLA heading in box. Time line check up. Write the commonly accepted event that we use for year “0” in box. 2000. 1000. 1000. 2000. 0. Tasks: Label arrows either AD or BC Place the following on the timeline: WWII (1941 CE) Reign of Tutankhamen (c. 1300 BCE)

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Complete MLA heading in box

Time line check up

Write the commonly accepted event that we use for year “0” in box

2000

1000

1000

2000

0

  • Tasks:
  • Label arrows either AD or BC
  • Place the following on the timeline:
    • WWII (1941 CE)
    • Reign of Tutankhamen (c. 1300 BCE)
    • Fall of Roman Empire (476 CE)
history is
A record of the past

Exciting

Ongoing

Reliant on the presence of documents and artifacts

Subject to interpretation

Boring

Unchanging

Just a list of names and dates

History is not…

History is …
sq3r how to use your text
SQ3R – How to use your Text
  • Survey
    • Before you read look over the reading
      • Pay particular attention to Chapter and subchapter headings
      • Look at photos, maps, graphs – anything in a box is important!
      • Look for key terms (bold or in color). Make sure you know what they mean!
  • Question
    • Turn Chapter and section headings into questions and try to answer them while you read
      • Why are you reading?
      • What is the main idea
      • How do the “extras”
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SQ3R
  • Read
    • Actively!
      • Try to connect what you are reading with what you already know or have experienced
      • Look for the following clue words:
        • Comparison: similarly, just as, both, in common, too
        • Contrast: on the other hand, in contrast to, however, but
        • Cause and effect: because, as a result, therefore, consequently
        • Chronology: after, first, next, last, during, finally
  • Recite
    • Do not hesitate to make notes (in a notebook!) Talk out loud if you feel more comfortable
  • Review
    • Often
      • Use your own words!
      • Come to class and ask a question
      • Come after school and ask a question
themes for understanding history
Themes for Understanding History
  • Politics
  • Role of Ideas
  • Economics
  • Culture
  • Religion
  • Role of Individuals
  • Impact of Science and Technology
  • Role of Environment
  • Social Life