Imperialism Case Study Nigeria Section Quiz 1-3

 
UNIT 9 - WWI - P-VILLE 2018
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UNIT 9: WWI
1) Table of Contents (This powerpoint includes worksheets for assignments 1-10)(Ui's Quick Easy Notes)
2) Entangled Alliances / BBQ Notes
3) Map of Europe (p.353 & 359)
4) Powderkeg & Dominoes
5) Weapons of WWI (See Powerpoint for Assign #1)
5b) Quiz Prep Worksheet
6) War Affects the World
7) Flawed Peace & Flawed Peace - WWI Play (Power Pt) & (Word Doc)
8) RePlay Questions 1-11 Basics & Thinkers
9) Propaganda Notes (Get notes done before class discussion)
10 Vocabulary & Study Guide   --- (Ui's Quick & Easy Vocab)

WWI BBQ 17
(WWI WRITING RUBRIC & SUPPORT)     (TIMED WRITING)
Write a solid response for the BEFORE and once the unit is over an AFTER response for the following question: (Be sure to leave a page blank for your 27 year old response)

A) Why does war happen?

B) How did governments attempt to influence the attitudes and behaviors of their citizens during WWI?

C) How can mankind's cycle of nonsense be stopped?


Battle of the Somme DBQ -

WORD DOCUMENT FOR THE WWI PLAY

P2           P3           P4            P5            P6                (P Academy Awards for WWI Play)

WWI EXAM HELP
The Almost Complete Vocab Jeopardy to help you study for the Vocab Game - Something is better than nothing. Posted by Mr P at 4:19am

WWI HISTORIANS 

WWI VIDEOS
1) Wacky John Green's WWI Video (Who started WWI?)
2) Wacky John Green's WWI Video (How WWI started?) 
3) Wacky John Green's WWI Video (Archdukes & Basics on WWI) 
4) Wacky John Green's WWI Video (America and WWI) 

WWI PROPAGANDA BOOKS - Links to entire online books below
1) How We Advertised America - By George Creel 
2) Public Opinion - By Walter Lippmann
3) Propaganda - Edward Bernay

4) VIDEO: Century of the Self - Adam Curtis Documentary that connects War Propaganda with modern advertisement, consumerism, psychology, sociology, how the masses are controlled and you.

EXTRA WWI INFORMATION
1) Cool BBC Animated WWI Maps 
2) Cool NPR Segment - WWI Germany Unleashed Terror Cells in US
3) How do you fix a face that has been blown off by shrapnel? - Excellent BBC work on the horrors of war. Dark and all too often overlooked side to war and its hell-ish aftermath.
4) Atlantic Magazine article on the Zimmermann Note


WWI ERA MUSIC
1) Gustav Holst's - The Planets 1914 - Complete performance by Perm Philoharmonic
2) Igor Stravinsky's - Rite of Spring 1913 - Complete performance by LA Philharmonic
3) Igor Stravinsky's - Rite of Spring - Story behind the Premiere in Paris 1913. from Radiolab.org once of Mr P's favorite science programs. Listen! Listen! Listen! Lots of cool stuff on their website.
4) Gustav Holst's - The Planets 1914 - Leonard Bernstein Explains


P OLYMPIC BLOG
P OLYMPIC ORGANIZATIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO
This video gives a general idea of some of the organizational planning needed for the P Olympics. King P can envision an even more thorough, detailed and upbeat video than this one. Hmmmm...? Perhaps there are some qualified and inspired citizens out there who would want to undertake such a project? Did someone say Project? As in: Legacy Project? Hint! Hint!
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WELCOME TO THE 2nd SEMESTER - UNIT 8- Nationalism & Imperialism 2018

Link to P-Ville

MONDAY January 29, 2018
1) 1st Semester Results / P Election Results
2) Welcome to the 2nd Semester
3) What do you see? Still in the cave?

HW:
A) After 1 semester in Mr P's class. Reflect upon class thus far and what you might expect 2nd semester. Write a letter to the 27 year old you. This is a letter To You... From You. If you are lost and uncertain what do you, answer or ponder the following questions in your next BBQ Response:

1) What has been happening in your life since September (start of school year?)
2) Did you achieve your semester goal for class? Why or why not?
3) What are some of the most important things you learned thus far in Mr P's class?
4) What do you think you'll remember when you are 27?
5) What do you think you will learn this semester?
6) What would you like to learn in World History for the 2nd Semester?


NATIONALISM & IMPERIALISM PACKET & WORKSHEETS

BBQ 16 - Nationalism & Imperialism
NATIONALISM & IMPERIALISM ESSAY CONTEST INFO       (JUDGE SIGN UP HERE)

1) Table of Contents (Get your worksheets here)
2) KWL
3) Vocabulary (worksheet) (Vocab Power Pt) --- (Vocab Review Game) & (Misc Imperialism Vocab Review) & (Mrs T's NI Review)
4) Bonds that create a Nation State
5) Proclamation of 1860 - Italy's Garibaldi
6) Nationalist Speech - Germany's Bismarck
7) Languages Fuel Nationalism FRONT(Map) & BACK (Questions)
8) Nationalism & Disunity (Power Point) Write notes on your own paper
9) Cause & Effect (Power Point) Write notes on your own paper
10) Nationalist Wars - Franco-Prussian War (p.231 & p. 269 – 271) & Crimean War (Power Point & Worksheet)
11) Imperialism 5 W’s (Ch 9 Section 1 p.286 - 289)(Power Point) Write notes on your own paper.
12) Imperial Motives (Front side & Back side) (Power Point)
13) QW - Imperial Cartoons
14) Imperial World Map (Worksheet) & (Cool Extra Map References)

Imperialism Group Work Instructions & Worksheets Assignments 15-17

15) Imperial Africa (Ch 9 Section 2 p.290 - 297) (Power point & Worksheet)
16) Imperial India (Ch 9 Section 4 p.303 - 308) (Power point & Worksheet)
17) Imperial China (Ch 9 Section 5 p.309 - 313)(Power point & (Worksheet) (QUICK & EASY NOTES) 

***PLEASE NOTE: MR P MIGHT MAKE THE WORKSHEET BELOW AN ASSIGNMENT***

Assign # ? = Analyzing Assumptions and Biases

NATIONALISM BONDS CONTEST --- P2   P3    P4    P5      P6


REVIEW GAMES

1) Review Game 2008
2) Vocab Review Game

ONLINE VIDEOS TO ENHANCE STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF THIS UNIT & LIFE

NATIONALISM
1) Nationalism - Crash Course - John Green's hyper fast-paced silly but basic and informative review of the subject of Nationalism. (13 minutes)

2) Nationalism - Yale Lecture - Here is a basic college lecture on the subject of Nationalism. If you cannot understand or stay focused for at least 11 minutes of this, then you should think twice about going to college. (50 minutes)

3) Nationalistic Speeches - Short video clips to get students to practice listening and identifying nationalistic speech techniques.
a) Young Obama 2004
b) Obama Acceptance 2008
c) Obama Race Speech  2007
d) Bush "No new taxes" 1988
e) Goldwater 1964
f) Trump 2017

4) War Room - Behind the scenes of the people who run political campaigns.


IMPERIALISM
1) Imperialism - Crash Course - Yet another John Green's hyper fast-paced silly but basic and informative review of the subject of Imperialism. If a student misses several days of school, they should be sure to watch these videos along with reading the textbook. (13 minutes)

AFRICA
1) Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of a single story
Have your mind stretched and blown away by this Nigerian Woman who will not only stretch your understanding of Nigerians but of all humans. Brilliant speaker! Brilliant topic! Watch and in about 20 minutes your perception of the world will dissolve and become something newer and better. 

2) Jarreth Merz: Filming democracy in Ghana - a Swiss-Ghanaian filmmaker, came to Ghana in 2008 to film the national elections. What he saw there taught him new lessons about democracy -- and about himself.

3) BBC African Business Report - This is why BBC is good. A viewer actually gets some depth about a topic and learns about stuff that is all too often ignored in the American Media Cave. 

4) Dambisa Moyo (Zambian Economist) When Mr P hears about economic stuff happening in Africa, Dambisa Moyo is one person he likes to check in with. This Zambian Economist spits out all sort of interesting current stats about Africa and she usually shares some interesting viewpoints to economic ideas happening on the continent.  

Another Dambisa Moyo interesting short interview

5) Dambisa Moyo (Dead Aid) - Why financial aid has been a disaster for Africa? Bill Gates says she is wrong and evil? Wow! Who is right? You wont get the answer by merely watching these 2 short videos, but by watching, studying and considering this topic much much more.


INDIA
1) Shashi Tharoor: Why nations should pursue "soft" power
Great overview of where India is, where it might be headed or where it should go.

2) Sugata Mitra's new experiments in self-teaching - You have to hand it to this guy with regards to trying to get creative with education and making learning magical. 


CHINA

1) Eric X Li: A Tale of Two Political Systems - It's a standard assumption in the West: As a society progresses, it eventually becomes a capitalist, multi-party democracy. Right? Eric X. Li, a Chinese investor and political scientist, begs to differ. In this provocative, boundary-pushing talk, he asks his audience to consider that there's more than one way to run a successful modern nation.

2) Martin Jacques: Understanding the Rise of China - Speaking at a TED Salon in London, economist Martin Jacques asks: How do we in the West make sense of China and its phenomenal rise? The author of "When China Rules the World," he examines why the West often puzzles over the growing power of the Chinese economy, and offers three building blocks for understanding what China is and will become.

3) Dambisa Moyo: Is China the new idol for emerging economies? - The developed world holds up the ideals of capitalism, democracy and political rights for all. Those in emerging markets often don't have that luxury. In this powerful talk, economist Dambisa Moyo makes the case that the west can't afford to rest on its laurels and imagine others will blindly follow. Instead, a different model, embodied by China, is increasingly appealing. A call for open-minded political and economic cooperation in the name of transforming the world.

TUESDAY January 30, 2018
1) TOC (Assign #1)
2) KWL (Assign #2)
3) Vocab (Assign #3)

HW:
A) Vocab 1-7
B) Proclamation of 1860 (Assign #5)--- Underlining & Explaining Nationalism Talk
C) Nationalist Speech (Assign #6) --- Underlining & Explaining Nationalism Talk (Omit?)


WEDNESDAY January 31, 2018
1) Vocab (Assign #3) -- Review 1-7
2) Bonds that create a Nation State (Assign #4)
3) Proclamation of 1860 (Assign #5) --- Underlining & Explaining Nationalism Talk

HW: 
A) Vocab 8-16
B) HW Review / Quiz?: Proclamation of 1860 (Assign #5) (10)
C) Languages Fuel Nationalism (Assign #7) (10)


THURSDAY February 1, 2018
1) Vocab (Assign #3) -- Review 1-16
2) Bonds that create a Nation State (Assign #4)
3) Proclamation of 1860 (Assign #5) --- Underlining & Explaining Nationalism Talk

HW
a) Complete Assign 1-7
b) Complete Vocab 1-16


FRIDAY February 2, 2018
1) Vocab (Assign #3) 8-16
2) HW Review / Quiz?: Proclamation of 1860 (Assign #5) (10)
3) Languages Fuel Nationalism (Assign #7) (10)

HW
a) Complete Assign #1-7
b) Assign 2 = KWL - Students should continually add to the LEARNED portion of the assignment throughout the unit.
c) Assign 3 = Vocab 1-16 - Students are expected to continually work on and complete all vocab words by the end of the unit. Most vocab words will be defined in class more than once. However, students will be expected to define and know all words on the Vocab list, whether some of the words are defined in class or not.
d) Assign 10 = Read and understand: Franco Prussian War & Crimean War (p. 244, 247, 255 - use Index in textbook if this page is wrong. Also, use online sources to learn about the Crimean War)


MONDAY February 5, 2018
1) Recap - Nationalism & Disunity (Assign #8)
2) Recap - Cause & Effect (Assign #9) (10)
3) Recap Nationalism (12) - Nationalism & Images

HW:
A) Complete Assign 1-10
B) Keep up with Unit Vocab


TUESDAY February 6, 2018
1) Review Assign 10 - Franco/Prussian War & Crimean War (Who, What, When, Where Why)
2) Intro - 5 W's of Imperialism (Assign #11) (12)
3) Intro - Imperial Africa, India & China Group Work (10)
-----------Start with Africa on FRIDAY All powers points are available online. Do the notes in advance so you can pay closer attention in class.

HW:
A) COMPLETE FOR FRIDAY (Assign #15) - Imperial Africa (Ch 9 Section 2 p.290 - 297)
--------i) Map of Africa / African Border Dilemma
--------ii)Letter from Menenik II/ British Contact with African King

B) COMPLETE FOR TUESDAY (Assign #16) - Imperial India (Ch 9 Section 4 p.303 - 308)
C) COMPLETE FOR WEDNESDAY (Assign #17) - Imperial China (Ch 9 Section 5 p.309 - 313)

D) Bring your book to class!


WEDNESDAY February 7, 2018
1) Recap - Nationalist Wars (Assign #10) / (Nationalism Quiz?)
2) Recap - (Assign #11) 5 W's of Imperialism
3) Review (Assign #12) - Imperial Motives
4) Review (Assign #14) - Imperial World Map
5) (Assign #13) - Imperial Cartoons

HW:
A) Assignments 1-14 covered in class
B) Students should be finalizing completion of Assign 1-17
C) Study Assign 1-17 for Exam on FRIDAY Feb 17th


THURSDAY February 8, 2018
1) Recap - Nationalist Wars (Assign #10) / (Nationalism Quiz?)
2) Recap - (Assign #11) 5 W's of Imperialism
3) Review (Assign #12) - Imperial Motives
4) Review (Assign #14) - Imperial World Map
5) (Assign #13) - Imperial Cartoons
HW:
A) Assignments 1-14 covered in class
B) Students should be finalizing completion of Assign 1-17
C) Study Assign 1-17 for Exam on FRIDAY Feb 17th


FRIDAY February 9, 2018
1) Vocab Review Game --------(10)
2) Africa Review
3) Bring your book to class!
4) REVIEW by Groups (Assign #15) - Imperial Africa (Ch 9 Section 2 p.290 - 297)
--------i) Map of Africa / African Border Dilemma
--------ii)Letter from Menenik II/ British Contact with African King

HW:
A) Assign 1-15 covered in class
B) Completing 1-16
C) Continuing Vocab (Assign #3)
D) Work on Imperial World Map (Assign #14)
E) Possible HW Quiz Tuesday on: i) Imperial World Map ii) Vocab


MONDAY February 12, 2018 - President Lincoln's Birthday - No School!


TUESDAY February 13, 2018
1) Recap Imperial Africa
2) Possible HW Quiz based on Imperial World Map (Assign #14) & Vocab (Assign #3) BE READY!
3) REVIEW by Groups - (Assign #16) - Imperial India (Ch 9 Section 4 p.303 - 308)

HW:
A) Assignments 1-16 covered in class
B) Students should be finalizing completion of Assign 1-17
C) Study Assign 1-17 for Exam on FRIDAY Feb 16th
WEDNESDAY February 14, 2018
1) Possible HW Quiz on Imperial India (Ch 9 Section 4 p.303-308)
2) Recap Imperial India
3) Review Imperial China

HW:
A) Assignments 1-17 covered in class
B) Students should be finalizing completion of Assign 1-17
C) Study Assign 1-17 for Exam on FRIDAY Feb 16th


THURSDAY February 15, 2018
1) REVIEW by Groups - (Assign #17) - Imperial China (Ch 9)
2) Discussion of AFTER for BBQ 16 - Nationalism & Imperialism

HW:
A) Assignments 1-17 covered in class
B) Students should be finalizing completion of Assign 1-17
C) Study Assign 1-17 for Exam on FRIDAY Feb 16 2018


FRIDAY February 16, 2018
1) Nationalism & Imperialism Exam

NI BBQ 16 DISCUSSION DAY Scroll down to BBQ 16 for further instructions
1) Get in BBQ Group
2) Discuss & Take Notes for BBQ with Group
3) Group Members divide responses for BEFORE(A-C) & AFTER (A-F)
4) Class Facilitator leads Class Discussion of BBQs BEFORE (A-C) & AFTER (A-F)
5) Group Members who present findings of BEFORE (A-C) & AFTER (A-F) = EXTRA CREDIT

 HW: 
A) Type up BBQ Response (DUE TUESDAY)
B) NI Packet is complete and stapled (DUE TUESDAY)


MONDAY February 19, 2018 - President's Day - No School!


TUESDAY February 20, 2018
1) Turn in Nationalism Imperialism Packets before Tardy Bell
2) Turn in BBQ 16 - Nationalism & Imperialism
3) Nationalism & Imperialism Discussion
4) Silently Read WWI Comic
5) Write Down WWI TOC 
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STUDY GUIDE FOR 1st SEMESTER FINAL
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P-VILLE
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Schedule for Finals 
Wednesday, January 24 = Period 2
Thursday, January 25 = Period 3 & 4
Friday, January 26 = Period 5 & 6

FREEMAN-PEDIA - An online World History study guide of outlines, videos, etc. Can be useful to look up certain information students forgot about earlier in the semester but could be a distraction as it lead you clicking in various directions and then you find out an hour or two has gone by.

1 PAGE OUTLINE REVIEWS  / VIDEO REVIEWS
1) World Religions & Philosophies

2) Middle Ages - American Revolution
a) Middle Ages
b) Renaissance & North Renaissance
d) Exploration
e) Reformation
f) Scientific Revolution
g) Enlightenment 
h) American Revolution

3) French Revolution / Napoleon / Post Napoleonic

4) Industrial Revolution 

PRACTICE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUIZZES FOR SEMESTER FINALS

1) Auto vs Demo / Foundations of Democracy

2) Middle Ages - American Revolution
a) Renaissance & Reformation
b) Exploration
c) Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment & American Revolution

3) French Revolution & Napoleon & Post Napoleonic

4) Industrial Revolution

5) Nationalism & Imperialism (NOT ON FINAL 2017)


DO YOU REMEMBER YOUR VOCAB? PRACTICE FLIPCARDS

1) Autocracy vs Democracy / Foundations of Democracy

2) Middle Ages - American Revolution
a) Renaissance & Reformation
b) Exploration
c) Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment & American Revolution

3) French Revolution & Napoleon & Post Napoleonic

4) Industrial Revolution

5) Nationalism & ImperialismImperialism #2 (NOT ON FINAL 2017)

Click here for more Semester 1 Review Power Points courtesy of Technical Thompson's website.


2) POST NAPOLEONIC ERA
What the heck happened after Napoleon? Lots of things. Big changes happened in Latin America. Also, there were big shifts from the political LEFT to the RIGHT and then back to the LEFT again. Why did this happen? Why does it matter to you? Some questions on the final exam will be on this information. FIND OUT by scrolling below passed the IR Unit to the POST NAPOLEONIC ERA INFO.
 
POST NAPOLEONIC PACKET POWER Pt - Mr P used this power point in class to review the Post Napoleonic Era in Europe as it impacted World History

From Post Napoleonic to WWI - Despite a few errors, this is not a bad informative video. Quick paced and filled with relevant information that is accurate for the most part. P says: Watch and ponder! Then engage P and others in conversation on this subject matter.

HW
LEVEL 1 = MUST WATCH - This is minimum viewing to understand the basics on Post Napoleonic Era in Latin America.

The short cartoons belowwere created by Legendary Student Katrin G as her Legacy Project. She wanted to create a quick way for students to get the Latin American Independent Movements. Check out the cartoons below:
A) Watch Short Cartoon on Haiti's Independence                                  (Haiti Indy Youtube version)
B) Watch Short Cartoon on Mexico's Independence                              (Mex Indy Youtube Version)
C) Watch Short Cartoon on Latin American Independence        (Latin American Indy Youtube Version)
 
LEVEL 2 = EXTRA (Not Mandatory) - MORE IN-DEPTH. These are fast-paced wacky quick video lectures. Might have to watch twice or hit pause as John Green is a hyper wacky guy. The videos below covers subject matter in more depth than Katrin's Short Legacy Cartoons above:

Watch Short Fast John Green Crash Lecture's on: 
A) Haitian Revolutions: Crash Course World History #30
B) Latin American Revolution: Crash Course World History #31

Watch & Listen to Mr Simpson's Power Point Lecture on:
C) Latin American Revolution by Mr Simpson - Slower & more blah but still covers the info well






















































































































































































































































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UNIT 7 = INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 2017

1) STUDY GUIDE FOR 1st SEMESTER FINAL
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INFORMATION ON
1) TEXTBOOK ONLINE  First log into your etusd account then click on link above
2) BBQs 
3) Legacy Project Info
4) General Essay Info - Essay Intro & Subtopic Support (used by Mr P in class)

2) POST NAPOLEONIC ERA
What the heck happened after Napoleon? Lots of things. Big changes happened in Latin America. Also, there were big shifts from the political LEFT to the RIGHT and then back to the LEFT again. Why did this happen? Why does it matter to you? Some questions on the final exam will be on this information. FIND OUT by scrolling below passed the IR Unit to the POST NAPOLEONIC ERA INFO.

3) INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION-  DECEMBER 2017 - JANUARY 2018
The next 2 weeks will feature active learning of the Industrial Revolution. As students set sail into this journey here are a few classroom power points & documents students may find of use at home.
Anything listed as Period 7 might be done as an after school lesson for those who want to attend. Attendance is NOT mandatory. NOR is attendance extra credit, unless Mr P says otherwise.

GUIDED READING NOTES
1) Study Guide (Vocab Words) - Animated Terms - Crop Rotation(Slide Version), Enclosure(Slide version)

2) Chapter 5 & 6 Guided Reading Notes
Chapter 5 p.170-189
Section 1 Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170 -173
Section 2 Britain Leads the Way p.174-177
Section 3 Social Impact of IR p.178-183
Section 4 New Ways of Thinking p.184-189

Chapter 6 p.195-221
Section 1 IR Spreads p.196-202
Section 2 Rise of the Cities p.203-209
Section 3 Changing Attitudes & Values p.210-216
Section 4 Arts in the Industrial Age p.217-221

PERIOD 7 EXTRA LESSONS?
3) Sueta Plan
4) 100 Pennies / Man Out On Hawthorne
5) Story of Stuff Video Notes (Extra Credit?)

IR BBQ Question
Write a solid response for the IR Lessons this week. P is looking for PED.  P = Purpose to what you are saying. Not merely a retelling of lessons.  E = Evidence from lessons that back your purpose or claim in your response. D = Development of ideas
A)  How did the evolution of work and labor lead to the development of Industry?

B) How has the IR impacted the individual, society at large, and the development of economic systems?


C) Why info in the lessons below matter to 15 year old today?
Respond to the various lessons covered in class this week. Such topics included:
1) Rock, Scissors, Paper and Pennies
2) 100 Pennies 
3) Man out on Hawthorne
4) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
5) Federal Taxes and You
6) Sueta Plan

 4) Industrial Revolution GROUP PROJECT
A) Mr P's Class Power Point (features basics - schedule, group topics, footnotes, etc)
B) IR Group Topics & List of Documents 
C) Step for How to Analyze Documents 

D) IR Historical Documents - Readings 1-28 organized by group topics
E) IR Historical Documents - Readings 29-49 

F) What is Plagiarism & how to avoid it?

G) Group Project Samples 

Sample 2012 - G4 Inventions 
Sample 2012 - G6 Health 
Sample 2012 - G7 Changing Class Structures 
Sample 2012 - G9 The Arts

MONDAY December 18, 2017
1) Final Exam Study Guide (Info Above)
2) Post Napoleonic Era (Info Above)

Start Industrial Revolution
3) IR Guided Reading Notes
4) IR Group Project

5) P-Ville

HW:
1) Check out Post Napoleonic Info Below.

2) IR Guided Reading Notes Chapter 5 p.170-189
Read and complete: 
Section 1 Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170 -173
Section 2 Britain Leads the Way p.174-177
Do these 2 sections and you can use your HW Notes on Quick HW Quiz each day (Quiz Ch5 Section 1 & 2 on TUESDAY)  

2) IR Class Project -  NIGHT #1 = Period decides Group Topics for IR (via Google Doc)
a) Each Period posts 10 Group Topics
b) Groups Topics cover what IR is all about?
c) Where to start? Use TEXTBOOK ONLINE  First log into your etusd account then click on link above
d) Check IR Group Topics & List of Documentsfrom previous years. Do the same topics and keep it simple? or Use some topics but create the rest?


TUESDAY December 19, 2017

1) IR Group Project
a) Class Agree to Topics
b) Groups Draft Topics
c) P gives General Overview of Expectations for Group Work

1) HW Quiz - Ch 5 Section 1 & 2
2) IR GUIDED READING NOTES

a) Ch5 Section 1 notes; Crop Rotation, Cottage Industry, Enclosure Movement. 

b) Review IR Essential Question
Write a solid response for the IR Lessons this week. P is looking for PED.  P = Purpose to what you are saying. Not merely a retelling of lessons.  E = Evidence from lessons that back your purpose or claim in your response. D = Development of ideas
A)  How did the evolution of work and labor lead to the development of Industry?

B) How has the IR impacted the individual, society at large, and the development of economic systems?


C) Why info in the lessons below matter to 15 year old today?
Respond to the various lessons covered in class this week. Such topics included:
1) Rock, Scissors, Paper and Pennies
2) 100 Pennies 
3) Man out on Hawthorne
4) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
5) Federal Taxes and You
6) Sueta Plan

H.W.

a) Read & Complete Ch5 sections 3 &4

b) Quiz on Ch5 Sections 3 & 4 - Students can use homework packet on quick quiz tomorrow at start of class. 


WEDNESDAY December 20, 2017 

1) Quiz - Ch 5 Sections 3 &4

2) Narrative History - Jane Addams
3) Review Ch 5 Sections 3 & 4


H.W.

A) Read & Complete Ch6 Section1
B) Study for Final Exam (Check out practice questions for the final by scrolling to review section below)



THURSDAY December 21, 2017 

TBD

HW: 
1) Enjoy Winter Break
2) Relax
3) Be creative
4) Exercise
5) Read a book you want to read
6) Study for Finals (or if approved, Work on Legacy Project)
7) If you want to get ahead, work on IR Ch6 Guided Reading Packet (Due Friday January 12, 2018)


MONDAY January 8, 2018

1) If Ch 6 Section 1 Quiz is NOT today, it will be the following day

2) "Isms" Intro
3) Industrial Revolution BBQ Notes for:
A) Rock, Scissors, Paper and Pennies
B) 100 Pennies 
C) Man out on Hawthorne
D) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
E) Federal Taxes and You
F) Sueta Plan

4) Plagiarism & Referencing for Project (Last 10 Minutes of Class)

H.W.

A) Read & Complete Ch 6 Section 1 (Open Note Quiz tomorrow) 


TUESDAY January 9, 2018

1) Ch 6 Section 1 Quiz?
2) Recap "Isms"
3) Industrial Revolution BBQ Notes for:
A) Rock, Scissors, Paper and Pennies
B) 100 Pennies 
C) Man out on Hawthorne
D) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
E) Federal Taxes and You
F) Sueta Plan

H.W.

A) Read Ch 6 section 2 (Quiz THURSDAY)
B) Get your P-ville gold finance sheets signed (collecting Friday)


WEDNESDAY January 10, 2018
Industrial Revolution BBQ Notes for:

A) Rock, Scissors, Paper and Pennies
B) 100 Pennies 
C) Man out on Hawthorne

D) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
E) Federal Taxes and You
F) Sueta Plan


H.W.


A) Read Ch 6 section 2 (Quiz THURSDAY)
B) Get your P-ville gold finance sheets signed (collecting Friday)

 
THURSDAY January 11, 2018

1) Quiz Ch 6 section 2
2) Industrial Revolution BBQ Notes for:
A) Rock, Scissors, Paper and Pennies
B) 100 Pennies 
C) Man out on Hawthorne
D) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
E) Federal Taxes and You
F) Sueta Plan

H.W.

A) Read & Complete Notes for Ch 6 section 3 & 4 (Quiz Wednesday)
B) Get your P-ville gold finance sheets signed (collecting Friday) 

FRIDAY January 12, 2018

1) DOE Collects Karma Finance Sheets for last DOE Report of 1st Semester
2) IR Group Project  
3) Industrial Revolution BBQ Notes for:
A) Rock, Scissors, Paper and Pennies
B) 100 Pennies 
C) Man out on Hawthorne
D) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
E) Federal Taxes and You

F) Sueta Plan
3) Story of Stuff

HW:

A) Complete Packet
B) Study for Final Exam

Bored on a Friday night? Want to watch some darn good movies and all related to the Industrial Revolution.

a) Modern Times - Check out this silent film classic with the legendary Charlie Chaplin. The first 3 or 4 minutes might be slow, but it is pretty much one laugh after another after that. This is NOT just pure comedy but Chaplin is also making some pretty awesome commentary about the modern industrial society and all its silliness. This movie should make you think about how silly people live their life today. Hmmm??? Who will make the Modern Times of today? Also, trip out on how darn amazing the music is throughout the film. It goes right along with the emotion and movement of the film. They don't make movies like this anymore.

b) On the Waterfront - This is an American movie classic. It is about the fight of dockworkers to take back their union from the corrupt and intimidating mob. Anytime a dockworker tries to testify in court against the mob, somehow that person "mysteriously dies." Father Barry is a priest who tries to continually encourage the dockworkers to take back their union from the corrupt mob. Totally one of Mr P favorites. Mr P's favorite scene is when the priest gives his stirring speech in the hole of the ship after KO Doogan gets "accidentally killed." It is one of the best movie acting scenes ever!

c) Matewan - This an underrated movie about West Virginia Coal Miners of the 1920s. The movie shows the social, economic and political dynamics of the time and place. It gets into issues like large companies, work rights, unions, scabs, racism, company police (thugs), oppression, propaganda, etc. This is a good one.  It makes the viewer think. (If you can find the movie online, forward the link to Mr P.) This link is just a clip of the screenwriter John Sayles talking about the film.

D) Oliver Twist - This movie is based on the old Charles Dickens novel. It gives a good visual sense of what social and cultural misery the Industrial Revolution brought on to people of Britain. The story follows the rough adventures of an orphan boy with many of the problems and hardships of the Industrial Revolution shown throughout.


MONDAY January 15, 2018(MLK Jr Holiday - No School) 
1) Mr P listens to this speech each year on this holiday. It is his favorite Martin Luther King Jr speech. It isn't the "I had a dream..." speech, nor is it the Beyond Vietnam which was a darn good one, but it is a little speech (actually a sermon) called "But if not" from November 1967 (about a year before he was assassinated. Click here if you want to listen to it. It usually makes Mr P cry each year when he listens to it. Yet, Mr P is strange and cries at odd things like certain parts during the movie Jaws. Anyway, Happy Birthday MLK and I always remember: "But if not!"

HW:
1) Students should be working to:

Study for the Final Exam STUDY GUIDE FOR 1st SEMESTER FINAL

Schedule for Final
Wednesday, January 24th = Period 2
Thursday, January 25th = Period 3 & 4
Friday, January 26th = Period 5 & 6


TUESDAY January 16, 2018
1) Catch up and Review Unit
2) Discuss IR Group Projects


1) P-Ville Semester 1 Financial Sheets (DUE FRIDAY)
2) Dania's Economic Spectrum Quiz
3) O'Leary & Perkins vs Pope & Hanauer
5) Sueta Plan
6) Final Exam Review

HW: 
A) IR Packet Due on Wednesday
B) BBQ 1-14 Due on Day of Final
C) Study for the final exam! STUDY GUIDE FOR 1st SEMESTER FINAL
D) PREP FOR GROUP PRESENTATION

Presentation on theme: "27 The Age of Imperialism, 1850–1914 Imperialists Divide Africa"— Presentation transcript:

1 27 The Age of Imperialism, 1850–1914 Imperialists Divide Africa
QUIT27CHAPTERThe Age of Imperialism, 1850–1914Chapter OverviewTime LineSECTION1Imperialists Divide AfricaSECTION2Patterns of Change: ImperialismSECTION3Muslim Lands Fall to Imperialist DemandsSECTION4British Imperialism in IndiaMAPGRAPHSECTION5Western Powers Rule Southeast AsiaVisual Summary

2 27 The Age of Imperialism, 1850–1914
HOME27CHAPTERThe Age of Imperialism, 1850–1914Chapter OverviewWestern imperialists, with superior arms and technology, establish colonies in Asia and Africa. The Europeans export finished goods to the colonies and import raw materials and cash crops. Colonial rule provokes native resistance movements.

3 27 The Age of Imperialism, 1850–1914 HOME Time Line 1850 1914
CHAPTERThe Age of Imperialism, 1850–1914Time Line1850 European trading with Africa well-established.1869 Suez Canal completed.1898 United States acquires Philippines, annexes Hawaii.185019141858 Britain establishes direct rule over India.Berlin Conference sets rules for African colonization.1899 Boer War begins in South Africa.

4 Imperialists Divide Africa Key Idea 1
HOME1Imperialists DivideAfricaKey IdeaWestern European nations race to divide Africa among themselves. They draw territorial boundaries without regard to Africans’ ethnic, linguistic, and cultural divisions.OverviewAssessment

5 Imperialists Divide Africa Overview 1 • imperialism • racism
HOME1Imperialists DivideAfricaTERMS & NAMESOverview• imperialism• racism• Social Darwinism• Berlin Conference 1884–85• Shaka• Boer• Great Trek• Boer WarMAIN IDEAWHY IT MATTERS NOWIgnoring the claims of African ethnic groups, kingdoms, and city-states, Europeans established colonial claims.African nations continue to feel the effects of the colonial presence of 100 years ago.Assessment

6 Imperialists Divide Africa 1 1
HOME1Imperialists DivideAfricaSection1Assessment1. Look at the graphic to help organize your thoughts. List the four motives that caused the growth of imperialism during the late 1800s.Imperialismeconomic competitionnationalismmissionary impulseracismcontinued . . .

7 Imperialists Divide Africa 1 1
HOME1Imperialists DivideAfricaSection1Assessment2. What can you infer about the Europeans’ attitude toward Africans from the Berlin Conference?THINK ABOUT• who attended the conference• the outcome of the conferenceANSWERPossible Response:Because only Europeans attended the conference, it can be inferred that they felt Africans were inferior and had no rights and that Europeans were entitled to divide Africa among themselves.End of Section 1

8 Imperialism Key Idea CASE STUDY: Nigeria 2
HOME2ImperialismPATTERNSOF CHANGECASE STUDY: NigeriaKey IdeaEuropeans use colonies, protectorates, spheres of influence, economic imperialism, and different patterns of management to control African colonies. African resistance movements emerge in response.OverviewAssessment

9 Imperialism Overview CASE STUDY: Nigeria 2 • paternalism
HOME2ImperialismPATTERNSOF CHANGECASE STUDY: NigeriaTERMS & NAMESOverview• paternalism• assimilation• Menelik IIMAIN IDEAWHY IT MATTERS NOWEuropeans embarked on a new phase of empire-building that affected both Africa and the rest of the world.Many former colonies have political problems that are the result of colonial rule.Assessment

10 Direct control, indirect control
HOME2ImperialismPATTERNSOF CHANGECASE STUDY: NigeriaSection2Assessment1. Look at the graphic to help organize your thoughts. Explain how Europeans controlled and managed other areas of the world.European ImperialismForms of ControlManagement MethodsColony, protectorate, sphere of influence, economic imperialismDirect control, indirect controlcontinued . . .

11 Imperialism 2 CASE STUDY: Nigeria 2
HOME2ImperialismPATTERNSOF CHANGECASE STUDY: NigeriaSection2Assessment2. Do you think Europeans could have conquered Africa if the Industrial Revolution had never occurred? Explain your answer. THINK ABOUT• the limited role of Europeans in Africa until the late 1800s• what inventions changed Europeans’ ability to enter AfricaANSWERPossible Response:Inventions from the Industrial Revolution enabled Europeans to conquer Africa. They reached the interior using steamboats and railroads. Telegraphs and telephones gave them rapid communications. New weapons and quinine to treat malaria enabled European armies to defeat all other armies.End of Section 2

12 Muslim Lands Fall to Imperialist Demands Key Idea 3
HOME3Muslim Lands Fall toImperialist DemandsKey IdeaAfter the death of Suleiman I, European nations divide the Ottoman Empire. A combined British-French-Ottoman force defeats the Russians in the Crimean War, and the British seize the Suez Canal.OverviewAssessment

13 Muslim Lands Fall to Imperialist Demands Overview 3 • geopolitics
HOME3Muslim Lands Fall toImperialist DemandsTERMS & NAMESOverview• geopolitics• Crimean War• Suez CanalMAIN IDEAWHY IT MATTERS NOWEuropean nations expanded their empires by seizing territories from Muslim states.Political events in this vital resource area are still influenced by actions from the imperialistic period.Assessment

14 Muslim states failed to keep European imperialists out of their lands.
HOME3Muslim Lands Fall toImperialist DemandsSection3Assessment1. Look at the graphic to help organize your thoughts. Record at least three details that support the following idea: “Muslim states failed to keep European imperialists out of their lands.”Muslim states failed to keep European imperialists out of their lands.Ottoman Empire tries to reform but fails.Egyptian leaders cannot complete modernization.Persia falls to economic imperialism.continued . . .

15 Muslim Lands Fall to Imperialist Demands 3 3
HOME3Muslim Lands Fall toImperialist DemandsSection3Assessment2. How were the reactions of African and Muslim rulers to imperialism similar? How were they different?THINK ABOUT• African and Muslim patterns of resistance• African and Muslim efforts toward modernizationANSWERPossible Responses:Both African and Muslim rulers resisted Europeans. Muslims tried to modernize to resist Western imperialism, while many Africans simply signed away their lands. Menelik II was the only African ruler to remain independent.continued . . .

16 Muslim Lands Fall to Imperialist Demands 3 3
HOME3Muslim Lands Fall toImperialist DemandsSection3Assessment3. Why did European imperialist powers want to take over Ottoman Empire lands? THINK ABOUT• the location of the Ottoman Empire• its special resources• European ambitionsANSWERPossible Responses:The Ottoman Empire ruled much of North Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. It controlled key overland trade routes and sea trade on the Mediterranean and on the Atlantic Ocean and Black Sea.It also contained many important natural resources, such as oil. European nations wanted to control trade and to obtain greater wealth.End of Section 3

17 British Imperialism in India Key Idea 4
HOME4British Imperialismin IndiaMAPKey IdeaBritain gradually attains control over India, establishing the Raj. British rule gives rise to nationalist feelings and to resistance movements.OverviewAssessment

18 British Imperialism in India Overview 4 • sepoy • “jewel in the crown”
HOME4British Imperialismin IndiaMAPTERMS & NAMESOverview• sepoy• “jewel in the crown”• Sepoy Mutiny• RajMAIN IDEAWHY IT MATTERS NOWAs the Mughal Empire declined, Britain seized Indian territory until it controlled almost the whole subcontinent.India, the second most populated nation in the world, has its political roots in this colony.Assessment

19 British Imperialism in India 4 4
HOME4British Imperialismin IndiaMAPSection4Assessment1. Look at the graphic to help organize your thoughts. For each cause listed below, write about its effect.CausesEffects1. Decline of the Mughal Empire2. Colonial practices3. Sepoy Mutiny1. East India Company expanded its colonial territory.2. Created resentment and nationalist feelings among Indians3. Built support for nationalist groupscontinued . . .

20 British Imperialism in India 4 4
HOME4British Imperialismin IndiaMAPSection4Assessment2. How did imperialism contribute to unity and the growth of nationalism in India? THINK ABOUT• the benefits of imperialism• the negative effects of imperialismANSWERPossible Responses:Positive effects of imperialism—railroads, roads, telephones, telegraph, unified rule; improved communications and unified many IndiansNegative effects—racism, economic hardships; contributed to the growth of nationalism and a desire for self-rulecontinued . . .

21 British Imperialism in India 4 4
HOME4British Imperialismin IndiaMAPSection4Assessment3. How did economic imperialism lead to India’s becoming a British colony? THINK ABOUT• the role of the British East India Company• the Sepoy MutinyANSWERPossible Response:The British East India Company had its own private army to maintain control of its territory in India. When the Sepoy Mutiny occurred, the company was unable to regain control. The British government stepped in, seized control, and claimed India as a colony of the crown.End of Section 4

22 Western Powers Rule Southeast Asia Key Idea 5
HOME5Western Powers RuleSoutheast AsiaGRAPHKey IdeaWestern imperialists, including the United States, claim lands in the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and Hawaiian Islands. Only Siam remains independent.OverviewAssessment

23 Western Powers Rule Southeast Asia Overview 5 • Pacific Rim
HOME5Western Powers RuleSoutheast AsiaGRAPHTERMS & NAMESOverview• Pacific Rim• King Mongkut• Emilio Aguinaldo• annexation• Queen LiliuokalaniMAIN IDEAWHY IT MATTERS NOWDemand for Asian products drove Western imperialists to seek possession of Southeast Asian lands.Southeast Asian independence struggles in the 20th century have their roots in this period of imperialism.Assessment

24 Western Powers Rule Southeast Asia 5 5
HOME5Western Powers RuleSoutheast AsiaGRAPHSection5Assessment1. Look at the graphic to help organize your thoughts.Identify four Western powers and the areas they controlled.Western powers inSoutheast AsiaDutch:IndonesiaFrench:IndochinaBritish:Malayan PeninsulaUnited States:Hawaii/Philippinescontinued . . .

25 Western Powers Rule Southeast Asia 5 5
HOME5Western Powers RuleSoutheast AsiaGRAPHSection5Assessment2. How did the reforms of the Siamese kings maintain Siam’s independence? THINK ABOUT• what was happening to Siam’s neighbors• the results of the changesANSWERPossible Response:Siam’s neighbors were dominated or taken over by European nations. Siam was able to stay independent because it modernized and could compete with Europeans. There was little social turmoil in Siam, and the king was able to stay in power and resist European demands.End of Section 5

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