Below is the study guide for Tuesday's test on chapter 26 that was passed out in class today. We'll review on Monday's minimum day.
Well done today. Most of you seem to feel pretty good about it. Below is the work for the week ahead, due next Friday. Use pages 850-873.
After talking to a number of you, DBQ extended to Monday. May be turned in for extra points elsewhere tomorrow if finished.
Rest of Chapter 25 Work, for Thursday
Study Guide for Exam Friday, we will review in class on Thursday!
Chapter 24 Study Guide
DBQ Stuff (For Friday)
LINK TO DBQ (scroll down several pages to find it)
Below is the graphic organizer for the back half of chapter 25, pages 831-842, due next Thursday. Exam is next Friday. Study session for this chapter is on Thursday at lunch if you're interested. AP Exam review starting this week with the times being announced on Monday.
Below are the documents for the next week and a half or so. This work is due Friday, March 2nd. It is not required that you do it over the break, but you may find it helpful in our discussions in class and there may be other work that accompanies it during the first week back.
Also, if you haven't started reviewing for the AP test by looking back over 1st semester, Ski Week is a great time to begin. I have posted some resources under the AP Exam Review tab above and I also heartily recommend tomrichey.net.
Below are the documents and questions for the block day. Most of you finished in class, but just in case. Also below is the (nearly) whole bootcamp packet in case you're getting ready to start reviewing for the exam and need a place to start.
I know today was a tough one. It's one of the hardest chapters in the whole of the text, but these ideas will play a role in the rest of the 19th century.
Chapter 24 will dive more into life in the cities and social changes. Below are two things:
1) The questions for part 1, due Monday.
2) A reading guide for the rest of the chapter due on Friday. I will break it into sections on Monday if you like, but there is no harm in jumping ahead if that works best for you and the week ahead.
Below are three things;
· 1848 in France
· 1848 in Austria
· 1848 in Prussia
· Identify key figures and their roles and desires
· Describe the immediate spark of revolution
· Describe any major events
· Describe the outcome of the revolution
· Describe the evidence of any –isms
As we begin the last part of the chapter, we're looking at the evidence of the various Isms and how they influence Europe throughout the century. This weekend's video will deal with France in 1830 and one of the first examples of these revolutions. Our test on this chapter will be next Friday. Start reviewing your notes and I'll post more review stuff when I have it ready.