1.1 and 1.3 – SS9: no homework!
1.1: think about how revolutions are similar and different from your assigned vocabulary term. Come up with an example of a revolution as well as an example of your term. You should be able to explain why that certain revolution or certain rebellion/coup d’etat/protest/demonstration etc. happened. Be prepared to present this in class on Friday!
2.1 – Summit SS8: presentations start Thursday!
2.2 – Summit SS9: complete p. 35 #4 from Crossroads. In a paragraph, if you lived in the 17th century, would you support the king’s power or the parliament’s? Explain with at least 3 reasons.
2.4 – Summit SS10: complete the fill-in-the-blanks worksheet (both sides). If you need help, refer to the SS11 Student Workbook in the TEXTS link. Next class, you will continue to work on the Cabinet Game.
1.1 and 1.3 – SS9: write a letter to a family member living in France about all the crazy events that have happened in your native England. Be sure to touch upon the Civil War, military dictatorship, restoration of the monarchy, and the Glorious Revolution.
Short student-created video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmAm5GVx5v8
2.1 – Summit SS8: your LAST class of computer lab time is next Tuesday! Your group will need to submit a draft rubric by Tuesday as well. Presentations start Thursday.
2.2 – Summit SS9: please complete the map of Britain (neatly!) and the primary source on the Divine Right of Kings.
2.4 – Summit SS10: we’ll continue talking about the Canadian government after the long weekend. Enjoy!
1.1 and 1.3 – SS9: no homework! Please use this time to catch up on missed assignments (e-mail me – klli (a) vsb.bc.ca – if you’re unsure about whether or not you have catching up to do).
2.1 – Summit SS8: the World Religions project is due next Thursday (Oct. 12). You’ll have 2 more work periods in the computer lab until then.
2.2 – Summit SS9: complete the Chapter 2 Key Terms list for next class.
2.4 – Summit SS10: no homework!
1.1 and 1.3 – SS9: complete question #4 on page 35 of the text. “If you lived in the 17th century, would you have supported the king’s rights or parliament’s rights? Explain the reasons for your answer.” Your answer should be in complete sentences in the form of a paragraph (or two…or three).