Homework Page
Today is: Friday,25 July,2014 04:37:19 PM

June 6, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Rome test coming on June 12th
2) Create "active studying" exercise for the Rome economy information
3) Finish your Google Doc essential question for the Roman Republic.
  - We will be peer editing essential questions tomorrow (Republic) be sure your's is ready to share
  - it needs to be shared with me also, so that I can access it during our peer revising session tomorrow in class.
4) Read and highlight "Decline of Rome" article and complete the attached 15-box chart - DUE MON.
SWBAT:
- Read and comment on peers' responses to essential questions using their knowledge of the Roman Republic
- Adjust, revise and edit their responses to essential quetsions based off of feedback from their peers.
AGENDA:
1) Peer editing essential questions (Roman Republic)





June 5, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study economy notes
2) We will be peer editing essential questions tomorrow (Republic) be sure your's is ready to share
3) Read and highlight "Decline of Rome" article and complete the attached 15-box chart - DUE MON.
SWBAT:
- Define and identify the relationship between: supply, demand, market, import, export, "need and luxury goods
AGENDA:
1) Economics 101/Economic Profile of Rome





June 4, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Get Rome Quest signed (it is highly recommended that you do corrections. You can see me during 4th block or Mr. LaBrache before school).
2) Read and highlight "Decline of Rome" article and complete the attached 15-box chart - DUE MON.
SWBAT:
- Define and identify the relationship between: supply, demand, market, import, export, "need and luxury goods
AGENDA:
1) Economics 101/Economy of Rome






June 3, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) For Wednesday, you will need to read and highlight the articles about the Four Emperors (Hadrian, Trajan, Nero, Octavian).

2) Continue to review ALL Rome materials for the Rome Test coming up next week (June 12th)
SWBAT:
-
AGENDA:
1) Peer (teacher) review/revision/editting of Essential Question response.





June 2, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Respond to the Rome Republic Essential question.  We have done this process before (This response is due tomorrow).  
   - Find the Essential Question page on my website (it is on the homepage as one of the links on the left-side
   - Copy and paste the question to your Google Doc that you have already made for the other questions.
  - Compose a response to the question that is thorough and detailed based on all the work that we have done with the Roman Republic
         - you can use any work that we have done so far to support your answers

2) For Wednesday, you will need to read and highlight the articles about the Four Emperors (Hadrian, Trajan, Nero, Octavian).
SWBAT:
-
AGENDA:
1) Science Boot Camp Day





May 29, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Respond to the Rome Republic Essential question.  We have done this process before (This response is due Tuesday).  
   - Find the Essential Question page on my website (it is on the homepage as one of the links on the left-side
   - Copy and paste the question to your Google Doc that you have already made for the other questions.
  - Compose a response to the question that is thorough and detailed based on all the work that we have done with the Roman Republic
         - you can use any work that we have done so far to support your answers

2) For Wednesday of next week, you will need to read and highlight the articles about the Four Emperors (Hadrian, Trajan, Nero, Octavian).
SWBAT:
-
AGENDA:
1) Go over main points of Early Empire
2) Key points of Ultimate Empire
3) Read the article titled, "Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know"





May 28, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) None
SWBAT:
-
AGENDA:
1) Rome Quest






May 27, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for the Rome Quest tomorrow
SWBAT:
-
AGENDA:
1) Rome Quest Review Game





May 27, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for the Rome Quest on Thursday
  - there will be a review game tomorrow
SWBAT:
- identify and describe the people and events leading to the end of the Roman Republic
AGENDA:
1) Go Collapse of Roman Republic sequencing frame





May 23, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for the Rome Quest on Thursday
  - there will be a review game on Wednesday
SWBAT:
- read text for information
- take notes on non-fiction reading
- organize notes and thoughts in outline format
- identify characteristics of the early stages of the development of the Roman Empire
AGENDA:
1) Finish the "Early Empire" outline
2) Finish the "Life in Rome" fill-in outline
3) Finish binder/notebook "cleansing"





May 22, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the "Early Empire" outline

SWBAT:
- the the order of events leading to the collapse of the Roman Republic
AGENDA:
1) Work on the construction of the "Early Empire" outline





May 21, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the "Collapse of the Republic sequencing frame"
2) For Friday create TWO "active studying" strategies/activiites in preparation for the upcoming Quest.  Your TWO activities must be on two of the following three categories from the study guide:
   - Rise of the Republic
   - Punic Wars
   - Roman Expansion and/or Fall of Republic

SWBAT:
- Identify key events/people during the fall of the Roman Republic
- Organize the order of events leading to the collapse of the Roman Republic
AGENDA:
1) Organize events contributing the the collapse of Roman Republic
2) Create sequening frame showing and describing the above events






May 20, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete the coloring of the "Rome Expansion Map"
2) For Friday create TWO "active studying" strategies/activiites in preparation for the upcoming Quest.  Your TWO activities must be on two of the following three categories from the study guide:
   - Rise of the Republic
   - Punic Wars
   - Roman Expansion and/or Fall of Republic

SWBAT:
- Identify key political leaders during the fall of the Roman Republic
- Identify the geographic regions that Rome acquired during specific    periods of its expansion
AGENDA:
1) Review "Ops vs. Pops" and "A Nation Mourns Caesar" questions
2) Start labeling of the Rome Expansion map






May 19, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish reading "Ops vs. Pops" and "Julius Caesar..." articles
2) Answer the questions for the articles (MUST use complete sentences)
3) Study for Rome Quest (5/29/14)

SWBAT:
- Identify the six problems leading to the fall of the Roman Republic
AGENDA:
1) Finish the Fall of the Republic "debate"
2) Review "Expansion and Fall..." questions
3) Read and highlight "Ops vs. Pops" article as a class







May 16, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Rome Quest that will take place on Thursday, May 29th

SWBAT:
- Identify the six problems leading to the fall of the Roman Republic
AGENDA:
1) Fall of the Roman Republic






May 13, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Check answers to "Roman Expansion and the Fall of the Republic" sheet
2) Check answers to the "Punic War Chart"
3) Study (study guides for the whole Rome unit are available throughout the website)

SWBAT:
- Explain one cause of the collapse of the Roman Republic
AGENDA:
1) Table-groups will examine and take notes on one cause of the collapse of the Roman Republic
2) Groups will present their findings about their assigned cause (other groups will take notes baed off of these presentations.






May 8, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Read and highlight Punic War (part E) and answer the questions in complete setences

SWBAT:
- Identify the causes, course and consequences of the Punic Wars

AGENDA:
1) Finish 2nd Punic War
2) Third Punic War






May 7, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Read and highlight Punic War (parts C & D) and answer the questions using complete sentences

SWBAT:
- Identify the causes, course and consequences of the Punic Wars

AGENDA:
1) 2nd Punic War







May 6, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Read and highlight Punic War (parts A & B) and answer the questions using complete setences
SWBAT:
- Identify the causes, course and consequences of the Punic Wars

AGENDA:
1) Review Rise of the Republic (branches of government)
2) U.S. vs. Roman Government







May 2, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Intro to Rome quiz coming tomorrow
  - Map
  - Geography questions
  - Vocab # 10
  - Influences on Early Rome Categorizing frame

2) Read chapter 33 and complete the Reading Challenge for tomorrow
3) Complete the Republic Sequencing Frame
4) Complete the "Rise of the Republic" sheet (both sides)
SWBAT:
- Identify the causes of the plebeian rebellion
- Identify the different government positions in the Roman Republic

AGENDA:
1) Answer questions about republic sequencing frame
2) Read from MAD about the republic
3) Fill in the answers to the Rise of the Republic sheet





April 30, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete "Formation of the Roman Republic" Sequencing Frame
2) Complete REBELLION part of the "Rise of the Republic" worksheet
3) Read Chapter 33 and complete the online Chapter Reading Challenge by Friday

Intro to Rome Quiz on Friday, May 2nd
SWBAT:
- Explain why the Plebeians in Rome rebelled
- Put the key events leading to the formation of the Roman Republic in chronological order
AGENDA:
1) Formation of the Roman Republic Sequencing Frame Acitivty






April 29, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for quiz
2) Read "Struggle" article, highlight and "say something"
3) Intro to Rome quiz is on Friday, May 2nd
SWBAT:
- "Experience" the work conditions in ancient Rome
AGENDA:
1) Patricians and Plebeians Mosaic Actiivy





April 28, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for quiz
2) Intro to Rome quiz is on Friday, May 2nd
SWBAT:
- Use influences on Early Rome categorizing frame to write a summary
AGENDA:
1) Review "Influences on Early Rome Categorizing Frame
  - create a paragraph connecting details




April 16, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Read Ch. 32 and complete the online Chapter Reading Challenge
SWBAT:
- Place details about early Rome in the appropriate category using prior knowledge and context clues
AGENDA:
1) "Influences on Early Rome" Categorizing Frame activity




April 15, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete Vocab list #10
SWBAT:
- Define key terms related to ancient Greece
- Identify key locations in ancient Rome on a map
- Explain the benefits and downfalls of Rome's geography
AGENDA:
1) Alexander Quiz
2) Vocab list #10




April 14, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Finish any classwork (Italian Peninsula map & Geography of Rome questions)
2) Alexander Quiz on Tuesday, the 15th
SWBAT:
- Identify key locations in ancient Rome on a map
- Explain the benefits and downfalls of Rome's geography
AGENDA:
1) Color and label Italian Peninsula Map
2) Complete "Geography of Ancient Rome" questions




April 10th & 11th, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Alexander essay is due on Monday.  All essays that are not turned in will be marked late and will receive point deductions.  When you turn in your paper, you must include the following:
  - The EmPO'ing steps sheets
  - A brainframe
  - Your BTP/TSS worksheeet
  - Any printed out copies of your drafts
  - Your final draft

2) The Alexander quiz will not be until next week

SWBAT:
- Peer edit another person's paper by identifying C.E.R. parts, transitions and "So What" statements.

AGENDA:
1) Identify partner(s) to work with on peer editing and share Google Docs with them
2) Assess their body paragraphs.






April 9, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete BTP/TSS template for your intro & conclusio paragraphs
2) You need to have a full, five-paragraph essay typed up by tomorrow.  This should be in Google Docs and you should have a hard copy as well.  Tomorrow we will be doing peer editing using Google Docs.

Essay Final Draft Due on April 14th
Alexander Quiz on Tuesday, the 15th
SWBAT:
- Identify the elements of introduction & conclusion paragraphs
- Create an introduction & conclusion paragraphs using a template
AGENDA:
1) Introduction (BTP) template
2) Conclusion (TSS) template




April 8, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Revise the first paragraph you typed yesterday & type the other two (using the model we discussed in class today & the checklist below)
  Self-Evaluation of Essay Writing: The Body Paragraphs:
    - Highlight the topic sentence in yellow
    - Highlight the pieces of evidence in pink
    - Circle pieces of "data" in green
    - Highlight the reasoning in green
    - Highlight the "so what" in oraange

Essay First Draft (3 body paragraphs) due April 9th
Essay Final Draft due April 14th
Alexander Quiz TBA (next week)
SWBAT:
- Evaluate body paragraph with checklist
AGENDA:
Alexander the Great persuasive essay: Self-Evaluation Activity
1) Review one body paragraph as a class - discuss areas for growth
2) Student's evaluate their own paragraph






April 7, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Type ONE body paragraph for Alexander essay into Google Docs - bring a printed copy to calss tomorrow

Essay First Draft (3 body paragraphs) due April 9th
Essay Final Draft due April 14th
SWBAT:
- Evaluate using the brainframe checklist
AGENDA:
1) MyHistro timeline group evaluation
2) Alexander the Great persuasive Essay (brainframe revisions)






April 4, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Create Alexander the Great essay brainframe

Essay First Draft (3 body paragraphs) due April 9th
Essay Final Draft due April 14th
SWBAT:
- Evaluate a writing prompt
- Create three claims with supportive evidence to create a pre-writing brainframe
AGENDA:
1) Alexander the Great persuasive Essay (EmPO)





April 2, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Revisit your Alexander the Great notes (from class/Google Earth presentation)
  - Are your notes clear or do you have "holes?"
  - Do you have questions? If so, write them down!

2) Study for Alexander Quiz (TBA)
  - Alexander map
  - Alexander outline
  - Major battles of Alexander's journey
SWBAT:
- Take notes from lecture
- Identify the key battles and events leading to the formation of Alexander's empire
AGENDA:
1) Alexander the Great Google Earth Presentation




March 31, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Alexander Map & chapter 30 outline due on Tuesday
2) Chapter 30 online Reading Challenge due Wednesday
SWBAT:
- Take notes from lecture
- Identify the transition of power from Greek city-states to Macedonian rule
AGENDA:
1) Intro to Alexander the Great
   - family issues
  - Philip builds an empire




March 28, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Timeline project due Monday
2) Greece Test signed by Monday
3) Alexander map & chapter 30 outline due on Tuesday
4) Chapter 30 onlien Reading Challenge due Wednesday
SWBAT:
- Identify and research important dates and events of a specific civilization
AGENDA:
1) Research events to bulid a timeline




March 27, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Timeline project due Monday
2) Greece Test signed by Monday
3) Alexander map & chapter 30 outline due on Tuesday
4) Chapter 30 onlien Reading Challenge due Wednesday
SWBAT:
- Identify and research important dates and events of a specific civilization
AGENDA:
1) Research events to bulid a timeline





March 25, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Research assigned civilization to build your timeline
SWBAT:
- Identify and research important dates and events of a specific civilization
AGENDA:
1) Research events to bulid a timeline





March 24, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Research assigned civilization to build your timeline
SWBAT:
- Identify and research important dates and events of a specific civilization
AGENDA:
1) Research events to bulid a timeline





March 19, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) STUDY for tomorrow's Greece Test

SWBAT:
AGENDA:
1) Greece Test Review Game





March 18, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) STUDY for Greece Test on March 20th
SWBAT:
AGENDA:
1) No Class - MCAS (ELA Long Comp)





February 28, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Vocab list #9
2) Greece Test on 3/14 & 3/20
SWBAT:
- Compare and contrast life in Athens and Sparta
AGENDA:
1) Review ECONOMY compare/contrast frame for Athens & Sparta
2) Create MILITARY frame





February 27, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Read chapter 27.4 & 27.8 about ECONOMY and complete a compare/contrast frame
2) Greece Test on 3/14 & 3/20
SWBAT:
- Compare and contrast life in Athens and Sparta
AGENDA:
1) Greece Quest





February 26, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for Greece Quest
2) Test on 3/14 & 3/20
SWBAT:
- Compare and contrast life in Athens and Sparta
AGENDA:
1) Review WOMEN & SLAVES compare/contrast frames in Athens & Sparta
2) Review game





February 13, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete "Development of Early Democracy in Athens" sequencing frame (see Greece page for template)
2) Greece Quest on Thursday 2/27
SWBAT:
- Explain the motivation for and gradual progression toward democracy in Athens
AGENDA:
1) Review "Beginnings of Democracy Review & Check-in" questions
2) Create Development of Early Democracy in Athens sequecning frame





February 12, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Complete "Beginnings of Democracy Review & Check-in" questions
2) Greece Quest on Thursday 2/27
SWBAT:
- Explain the motivation for and gradual progression toward democracy in Athens
AGENDA:
1) "Beginnings of Democracy" - "say something" routine





February 10, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study Four Forms of Government notes
SWBAT:
- Use knowledge of life in ancient Greece to vote on proposed law
AGENDA:
1) Athenian Voting Activity





February 7, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Vocab list #8

SWBAT:
- Explain how Greeks formed independent city-states
- Epxlain how/why Greeks trasnsitioned from a monarchy, to an oligarchy, to a tyranny
AGENDA:
1) Intro to Greece Quiz





February 6, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Study for tomorrow's quiz

SWBAT:
- Explain how Greeks formed independent city-states
- Epxlain how/why Greeks trasnsitioned from a monarchy, to an oligarchy, to a tyranny
AGENDA:
1) Four Forms of Government Notes






February 4, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Go to "Greece" page to check answers for Early Greeks sequencing brainframe
2) Study for Greece Quiz - Friday 2/7
SWBAT:
- Explain how Greeks developed from small villages into city-states
- Explain the progression of governmental systems in Ancient Greece
AGENDA:
1) Four Forms of Government Notes






February 3, 2014
HOMEWORK:
1) Early Greeks sequencing brainframe
2) Get Hammurabi essay signed
2) Study for Greece Quiz - Friday 2/7
SWBAT:
- Identify key traits of early Greeks
- Explain how early Greeks developed from small villages into city-states
AGENDA:
1) Essay revisions
2) Early Greeks Outline
3) Review Early Greeks Outline