H.W. #1- due Monday, 9/11.
a) Complete and return course contract.
b) Obtain required supplies.
1) Marble notebook.
2) Folder for handouts.
3) Looseleaf paper.
4) Pen & Pencil.
H.W. #2- due Tuesday, 9/12.
a) Read 356-361 in textbook.
H.W. #3- due Wednesday, 9/13.
a) Read 362-373 in textbook.
b) Summarize document 12.2
- You don't have to read any of the other extra documents throughout the pages- only 12.2 on page 364.
* Complete in notebook.
H.W. #4- due Thursday, 9/14.
a) Read 373-379 in textbook.
H.W. #5- due Tuesday, 9/19.
H.W. #6- due Thursday, 9/28.
a) Read document and complete questions. Ignore the last question about mercantilism and capitalism. Complete on looseleaf and place in your folder when finished.
H.W. #7- due Monday, 10/2.
Complete SAQ from class on looseleaf.
a) Identify one religious motivation behind the Age of Exploration.
b) Identify one economic motivation behind the Age of Exploration.
c) Identify one technological advancement behind the Age of Exploration.
H.W. #8- due Tuesday, 10/3.
a) Read: 431-439 (start w/ Genoese & Venetian middlemen and stop at Later Explorers.)
b) Complete: primary source document 14.2 on Columbus. Answer questions on looseleaf.
H.W. #9- due Tuesday, 10/10.
a) Read: 449-456 (start w/ Europe and World after Columbus and stop at Changing Attitudes and Beliefs) Make sure to read "Foods of the Columbian Exchange" on page 450.
b) Complete: P, E, and R for the chart below. You may choose to type or write it by hand, your choice.
H.W. #10- due Monday, 10/16.
a) Read: 390- 395.
b) Read the document below and answer each question on looseleaf paper.
H.W. #11- due Tuesday, 10/17.
a) Read: 397-404 (stop at The Reformation and German Politics)
b) Complete the reading below and create a graphic organizer depicting 5 of Luther's major teachings and/or beliefs.
H.W. #12- due Thursday, 10/19.
a) Read: 404-409 (stop at Upholding Protestantism in England)
b) Create a graphic organizer. The middle box should say "Spread of Protestantism throughout Europe".
- Examine our lessons and our readings to decide what should be included in the graphic organizer. Complete it in your notebook.
H.W. #13- due Tuesday, 10/24.
a) Complete the reading from HW #12 if you haven't done so.
b) Read the "Act of Supremacy" on the back of today's notes.
c) Answer the following question: What motivated Henry VIII to create the Anglican Church?
H.W. #14- due Wednesday, 10/25.
a) Read: pages 409-414 (Stop at Catholic Reformation) IGNORE THE QUESTIONS, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING ON LOOSELEAF.
1) Explain what paragraph #1 demands of religious figures in England.
2) Explain what is forbidden according to paragraph #2.
3) What is being said in paragraph #4.
4) Why are Elizabeth's actions known as the Elizabethan settlement?
H.W. #15- due Thursday, 10/26.
a) Read: pages 419-422(start with The Netherlands under Charles V)
b) READ IT!
H.W. #16- due Tuesday, 10/31.
a) Read: page 466 in your textbook: The Thirty Years' War.
1) Why is the Peace of Westphalia considered a turning point in history?
H.W. #17- due Friday, 11/3.
a) Complete the chart from today's class.
b) Complete the chart on the back of today's notes.
1) Make sure to carefully select
the examples you plan on
H.W.#18- due Tuesday, 11/14.
*Complete neatly in notebook*
a) Read 490-493 (Start at English Civil War and stop at Restoration)
1) How did the religious makeup of England, Ireland, and Scotland contribute to Charle's conflict with Parliament?
2) Who led Parliament's army to victory over the Royalists?
3) What was The Protectorate?
4) To what extent was Cromwell's Puritan dictatorship tolerant of other religions?
5) How would a person from Ireland view Cromwell and his actions in Ireland?
6) How did the Cromwellian Period impact European Jews?
H.W. #19- due Wednesday, 11/15.
a) Read: 493-497.
b) Read document on the back of today's notes.
1) What role did the Puritans play in the success of the English Civil War against Charles I?
2) To what extent was the outcome of the English Civil War what Parliament originally desired?
3) To what extent was James II an acceptable monarch for the English people?
4) How did Chief Justices Coke and Selden view the responsibilities of the monarch?
5) What were the results of the Glorious Revolution?
6) Define the political system of England after the ascension of William and Mary to the English throne.
H.W. #20- due Thursday, 11/16.
Read and Complete: Document 15.5 on page 495 in your textbook. Answer the questions in your notebook.
Also: brainstorm for Locke's column next to Hobbes.
H.W. #21- due Friday, 11/17.
a) Complete chart.
b) Write a comparative introduction with at least one similarity and one difference.
c) Complete both tasks on a single piece of looseleaf.
*This assignment will be collected*
Prompt: Compare and contrast the political ideas of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.
H.W. #22- due Monday, 11/20.
Prompt: Compare and contrast the political ideas of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.
Task: Write a comparative introduction and one body paragraph. Complete on looseleaf and be prepared to turn it in on Monday.
a) Use transitional phrases to ensure your body paragraphs flow smoothly. Examine the document below.
b) Define key terms and vocabulary.
c) Use at least 3 specific pieces of evidence in any body paragraph.
d) Use the TEA method, although an essay's body paragraph will be significantly longer and more in-depth than an SAQ response.
e) Always explain yourself and elaborate to the fullest extent. Don't leave me asking questions about what you write.
f) Don't include anything that isn't relevant to the questions.
Note: It's okay to identify and discuss small similarities in a difference paragraph, as long as you don't lose focus of your topic sentence. (and vice versa)
g) Plagiarized work of any kind will result in a zero. Complete this assignment on your own with our materials from class- do not use the internet for this assignment in any way.
H.W. #23- due Thursday, 11/30.
a) Watch below, 15:25-34:15.
b) Read 470-475 in your textbook.
c) Complete Living in the Past on page 472, questions 1 and 2 only.
H.W. #24- due Thursday, 12/7.
a) Read: 496-497- Dutch Republic in the 17th century.
H.W. #25- due Wednesday, 12/13.
a) Read: 502-507. Stop at the section about Kepler, Brahe, and Galileo.
b) Answer in your notebook:
1) What is natural philosophy?
2) What was natural philosophy based on prior to the Scientific Revolution?
3) What was the relationship between Aristotle's teachings and Christian doctrine?
4) What are the origins of the Scientific Revolution?
5) What was the relationship between natural philosophers and the belief in God?
6) What is the Copernican Hypothesis?
7) How did religious leaders respond to Copernicus?
H.W. #26- SAQ
H.W. #27- due Tuesday, 12/19.
a) Read: pages 509-512 (Stop at Medicine, Body, and Chemistry)
b) Answer in notebook:
1) What lingering question had natural philosophers failed to explain until Newton?
2) Explain the key feature of Newtonian Synthesis.
3) What historical document did Newton publish his findings in?
4) What was so significant regarding the law of universal gravitation?
5) What are Bacon and Descartes remembered for pioneering?
6) What is empiricism?
7) What is Cartesian dualism?
H.W. #28- due Wednesday, 12/3 in your notebook.
a) Read 516-520, stop at International Enlightenment.
b) Complete the file below:
Answer these questions, ignore the ones on the document.
1) How does Emmanuel Kant define the Enlightenment?
2) Why were Europeans so misinformed for so long?
3) What conditions are required for Enlightenment to occur?
H.W. #29- due Tuesday, 1/9.
a) Read pages 529-536.(Start at Enlightened Absolutism)
b) Examine the map on page 532, read the description but don't answer those questions.
1) What types of Enlightened
reforms were instituted by European Enlightened despots? (Provide one example for each monarch discussed in the textbook).
2) Explain the multiple partitions of Poland and how these events are related to the European Balance of Power.
3) To what extent did Enlightenment principles impact European Jewish populations?
H.W. #30- due Thursday, 1/11.
Read: 611-615 (Stop at the sections about the American Revolution).
Read: 619-622 (Start at Revolution in France).
Complete: Primary Source 19.2 on page 622 in your notebook.
Tomorrow's quiz will be based solely upon tonight's homework.
H.W.#31- due Tuesday, 1/16.
Read: 623- 631.
Complete: Primary Source 19.4 on page 629.
Complete in your notebook.
H.W. #32- due, Thursday, 2/7.
Read: 634-640. Stop at Haitian Revolution.
1) How was Napoleon able to end domestic unrest?
2) Why was that so important at the start of his rule?
3) How did Napoleon resolve issues with the Emigres?
4) What did Napoleon do to the Holy Roman Empire? How was he in such position to do so?
5) What is the Grand Empire?
6) What caused the downfall of Napoleon's empire?
H.W. #33- due, Monday, 2/12.
Complete: Primary Source 21.1.
1) How did the victorious powers treat France after the Napoleonic Wars and why?
2) What was the Quadruple Alliance?
3) How were the victorious powers compensated? Be able to identify it on a map. (see map 21.1)
4) Who did Metternich and Burke blame for decades of revolutionary violence?
5) What does Metternich have in common with Thomas Hobbes?
6) Why was nationalism such a threat to an empire like Austria? (see map 21.2)
7) What was the Holy Alliance?
8) What were the Karlsbad Decrees?
* Congress of Vienna quiz on Thursday.
* Folder check coming soon, have both ready for collection.
H.W. #34- due Tuesday, 2/13.
Read: 690- section on Liberalism and the Middle Class.
691- section on Growing appeal of Nationalism
692- Foundations of Modern Socialism
694-696- Romantic Movement (Stop at literature)
* Read each titled section listed above.
1) What are the characteristics of classical liberalism? (Political and Economic)
2) What is nationalism and why does it impact nations and empires in different ways?
3) Why is socialism and why does it threaten established institutions?
4) To what extent were there different interpretations of what socialism should look like?
5) What is Romanticism and how does it "fit" into European history?
H.W. #35- due Wednesday, 2/14.
Read: Greek Revolution on back of today's notes.
Complete: Questions in notebook.
H.W. #36- due Tuesday, 2/26.
Read: 754-758. Stop at the section regarding the Austro-Prussian rivalry.
Complete: Document 23.1 on page 758- question #1 only.
1) Why did Louis Napoleon win the elections of 1848?
2) Why did Louis Napoleon launch a coup d'etat and what were the results?
3) What accomplishments should Emperor Napoleon III be remembered for?
4) Why do some view Emperor Napoleon III in a negative light?
H.W. #37- due Thursday, 3/8.
Read: pages 648-651. Stop at technological innovations.
H.W. #38- due Monday, 3/19.
READ: 693-694. (Stop at Romanticism)
AND READ THE FILE BELOW:
Answer the following: This homework will be collected and graded.
1) What is the most important factor that explains history and the relationship between people?
2) How are goods produced and which is the most important element of that process?
3) Why does the working class suffer? Is inequality a truly necessary part of the capitalist system.?
4) How does Marx suggest the proletariat fix such tremendous inequality?
5) What are the differences between socialism and communism and why does Marx believe socialism must be only a temporary phase?
6) Why did Marx expect communist revolutions to begin in industrialized states?
7) What is the historical dialectic?
8) What follows the establishment of communism?
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