Daily Objective for World History Honors

Age of Exploration Unit Test next Friday!

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Friday, December 3, 2010

Review Packet posted

I understand students have been having difficult printing documents. I am still investigating the issue. I do know that the documents print without any problem through the Hebron media center.

Anyways, here it is, Age of Exploration Unit review. Please have this printed by Wednesday next week.


WHH.exploration.1 3.Review

Monday, November 29, 2010

Account Information

Below is the account information needed to join Turn-it-in.

Period 1- 3656257

Period 3- 3656271

Period 5- 3656309

Period 6- 3656310

Password for all classes is: baseball

Make sure you join the correct class.


Online Discussion Activity- Columbus

Read the articles posted below in order to contribute to the discussion posted on Turn-it-in.com.


Lies My Teacher Told Me

Also, type in the following web address to check out another opinion of Columbus.


Please take your time to navigate through these sources in order to contribute to the discussion on Columbus in a meaningful way.

Should you choose to cite the provided sources in the discussion, try to reference a page number in the readings or a specific sections of the website/readings so that other students can follow along. Below is the rubric that will be used to guide and grade your participation.



Monday, November 15, 2010

Renaissance - Reformation Test Friday

More documents will appear in the next day or two to assist you in your preparation for the test.

It will be 50 questions, all Multiple Choice.


Monday, October 18, 2010

Grades and Middle Ages Test


I know grades are only trickling in. I ask for patience.


The Middle Ages Test Grades are in the process of being posted. There will most likely be a curve which will appear in Snapgrades as a reduction in the overall value of the test. This will be applied after all tests are put into Snapgrades.

HW's due this week, work ahead.


Monday, October 11, 2010

Many Announcements

Here we go...

1) Test on Thursday for the Middle Ages Unit

2) New Homework Updates for the Renaissance Unit

3) Middle Ages Map Activity due next Monday

all of this is in the homework list

4) All docs for Middle Ages unit are posted in the Middle Ages Unit collection

5) If you have not taken any of the three quizzes for the Middle Ages unit then you must do so by Wednesday!

Study hard,

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sorry about the lack of posts!

World History,

Sorry that posts have been lacking, but a whole series of new documents and updates will appear, maybe by the end of today, so keep an eye on the site.

Reminder- Homework notes due tomorrow!!!

Finally, history in the news...


and a new recognized world religion...


And finally GO RAVENS!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

World Religion Unit Test STUDY Tips

This is a simple Study Reminder...

Completing the review packet does not qualify as studying!

To now prepare for the test, simple fold the review packet along the center line (hot dog style) and now you have a flashcard, terms on one side, information on the other.

Remember to also review the PowerPoint presentation as well as the HW quizzes. Tomorrow's class will be designated for questions relating to the content.


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

World Religions Document Collections

To the right is the new World Religions Document Collection!

In it so far:

Unit Review Packet- please print off

Abrahamic Religions Lecture

Map Activity


Do not forget about the homework due tomorrow.


Thursday, September 9, 2010

Error in Map Activity!

There was a small error in the rubric on the Abrahamic Religions Extended Map Activity. Please at least take a look and save the document to your desktop.



Monday, September 6, 2010

Temporary Solution to Collection Upload

Due Dates for Textbook Sections

World History Scholars...

Due dates have been added to the first set of textbook sections. In class on Tuesday I will go over how I want homework notes taken and what to expect on the day a textbook section is due. If you have a strong desire to work ahead, start reading the sections to familiarize yourself with the material!

Also keep an eye out for documents relating to our first unit.


Wednesday, September 1, 2010


Sorry for the late post but here we go:

1) Print out your article and bring it to class tomorrow

2) On a blank sheet of paper create three discussion questions to present to the class in regards to the article

These questions should be discussion based, not questions that can be answered by one person with a brief response, but questions that promote discussion.


Why Study History Articles