Homework

 Daily and Weekly Homework Schedule for Mr. Ellinger and Mr. Kocmieroski

 

Humanities Note 1 – Every day except for Vocabulary Quizzes will include a new vocabulary word and practice activity. These Power Points can be found in the Vocabulary section of the website
 
Humanities Note 2 – Every Humanities student should be reading an average of 20 minutes each day at home – this requirement will not be listed as a daily homework assignment but is a class expectation.
 DATE
 HUMANITIES 10 HONORS BLOCK 3/4 AND 5/6
9/3
First day exam - map and Freiler 
Introductions
Introduction to vocabulary process
9/4
Finish vocabulary process
What is AP?
-What do you know?
-What questions do you have?
-What more do you need to know?
9/5
Technology update - change password, access syllabus, explore website
Boot camp day 1 - primary sources
Handout: The bird, the mouse and the sausage
HW: Annotate and respond to primary document (see PowerPoint for instructions) / Print and sign a copy of the syllabus
9/8
Class Discussion of Primary Document - 
Words/phrases that cause confusion
Discuss personal interactions
Moral of the story?
9/9
Picture Day
Introduction to R.I.P.E.S.
Introduction to Middle Ages/Renaissance debate
Use Freiler and RIPES graphic organizer
HW: Complete Late Middle Ages graphic organizer using Freiler only
9/10
Freiler RIPES groups
Meet and share findings for debate
Introduction to Letters About Literature
HW: Find a book for LAL assignment
9/11
Library Visit
Explanation of LAL response journals
SSR
9/12
SSR
Explanation of Cornell notes (refer to Cornell Notes PPT in Boot Camp docs)
Work time for notes assignment
HW: Due MONDAY - Chapter 8, sections 1,2,4 and 5 Cornell notes
9/15
SSR
Feedback on Cornell notes
Notification of Quiz on Friday 
9/16
SSR
Open Note Quiz
P&T Terms practice - what does an acceptable P&T card look like?
9/17
SSRDBQ - Late Middle Ages / Renaissance 
What is a DBQ?  What do I do with it?
Work with a partner and analyze (summary and connection to the prompt) one of the 14 documents
9/18
SSR
Introduction to DBQ categories 
Handout: Category Practice Activity (shoes)
Work individually and in pods to categorize shoes for "intended wearing activity"
Handout: Analysis and categories graphic organizer
Prepare for Gallery Walk
9/19
Vocab Quiz #1 & P&T Quiz # 1 - Late Middle Ages
Finish DBQ Document Gallery Walk 
Complete Graphic Organizer 
HW: Finish category work - come up with category options for DBQ - write a thesis (Block 3/4)
9/22
SSR
Review weekend homework - pods determine the best Level 3 categories and documents
Pod share-out of best categories/thesis
Review of P&T Quiz # 2 - Renaissance
9/23
Handout for parents: Healthy Youth Survey Reminder
SSR
Online textbook access
Handout: Unit Outlines for Renaissance and Reformation notes (#2 & #3)
P&T practice
thesis handout/introduction
9/24
SSR
How do we analyze art?  
Compare Renaissance/LMA art - continuation or break
Review thesis statement handout
HW: Write a thesis for "Greatest Movie of all time"
9/25
Quick SSR
P&T Quiz # 2 - Renaissance
Collect Homework - Greatest movie thesis
Thesis practice - 5 minute pod write - from real world prompt list
9/26
1/2 Day Early Release
Start reading Renaissance primary sources 
- In class time to start annotating primary sources 
-How do this documents help us better understand the mindset of the Renaissance?
9/29
SSR
Debate group introduction 
- meet and greet 
- start preparation
Unit 2 notes due (Renaissance)
9/30
SSR
Debate group work
- What is acceptable evidence?
- How do we show continuation and break?
Time to work/research for debate
10/1
Debate group work
- Finalize your argument points
- Choose who will become evidence experts

10/2

Curriculum/Parent Night
Debate - Rebuttal practice
Review the qualities of a good rebuttal - tone, application of your own argument, flaws in your opponents logic
Practice writing a rebuttal using 5 modern controversial topics
10/3
Fall Sports Assembly
Vocab Quiz # 2 + P&T Quiz # 3: Reformation
SSR After quiz
Debate tech preparation
PowerPoint? handouts? Final day for in class preparation
10/6
Unit 3 notes due (Reformation/Counter Reformation)
Final Debate Prep 
Break / Continuation groups meet to go over evidence and possible rebuttal opportunities
Reminder about dressing up protocol and that each group needs a thesis statement
10/7 Debate: To what extent was the Renaissance a break from or a continuation of the Late Middle Ages? 
10/8
Finish Debate
10/9
Access Google accounts 
Join Google Classroom
Complete Debate Group Survey using Google Classroom - submit survey
HW: LAL Journal # 1 due tomorrow
10/10
Short Story # 1 - Most Dangerous Game 
Discussion of important literature terms - each pod assigned one question to consider for M.D.G. 
Collect LAL journals
HW: Finish the Most Dangerous Game (available in Boot Camp Documents) & Read Announcement on Google Classroom related to your next set of notes
10/13
Debrief L.A.L. Journals
Debrief M.D.G. - pods share their assigned question
10/14
Review new unit procedures - Textbook / Viault / P&T expectations
Read and discuss The Lottery by Shirley Jackson 
PSAT prep - go to the links section of my website (Hum 10 Honors section) or check your Google account for a link to the college board's website - practice questions, strategies, etc.

10/15

PSAT - modified schedule

Vocabulary 
finish pod discussion of the Lottery
foreshadowing, theme, suspense, irony, why do they do this?
10/16
Healthy Youth Survey
Finish Lottery discussion
- theme: the power and danger of tradition
Introduction to Harrison Bergeron
10/17
Vocabulary Quiz
SSR afterwards
Harrison Bergeron
Introduction to the College App Essay
HW: Finish college app essay assignment in Google classroom
10/20
Note: 2 vocabulary words for today
Review Harrison Bergeron theme: Forced equality
Watch the adaptation of H.B.: 2081
While watching, note connections to our theme and how this plot contrasts the plot of H.B.
Collect H.B. plotline
Discussion - how do we as a society "force" equality
What is Title IX and how is it connected to 'forced equality'
HW: Spend 25 minutes writing the college application essay after choosing final prompt
10/21
College Application Essay 
- Read a poor sample (in the common links section of my website)
- Read as many quality examples in 10 minutes (from the links on my website)
- Focus for the day - theme, show don't tell, student voice
In class time to choose your theme and cut any detail from last nights work that doesn't address your theme.  
HW: main body of essay is complete and ready for next steps (introduction, closing, etc.)
10/22
College Application Essay
Introduction and Conclusions
Access Google Classroom to see examples of introductions/conclusions
Time to write your own
Turn in notes and P&T
HW: Assemble the Parts in google classroom
10/23
College Application Essay 
Final Edits - access Google classroom and follow instructions
Submit final version to Google classroom
Access our class in Turnitin.com
Submit essay to turnitin.com 
10/24
 NO SCHOOL - TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
10/27
Inquiry Lesson - Why did Luther start the Reformation?
Essay Reflection - 
- Review the rubric
- Review personal scores
- Final Edits due Friday
10/28
SSR
Mock Election (All links available in Links: Mock Election)
Review liberalism and conservatism
Create a T-Chart of Pro's and Con's for I-1351, I-591, and I-594
Vote in the Washington State Mock Election
10/29
SSR 
Discussion of Marysville Pilchuck shooting
Reformation - Was Luther a Radical or Conservative compared to other reform movements?
10/30
SSR 
Luther - radical or conservative 
Watch clips of Luther
10/31
Final Draft Due: College Application Essay
Submit College Application Essay - Google classroom and Turnitin.com
Watch clips of Luther and analyze the focus question - Was Luther conservative or a radical
11/3
SSR 
Finish watching clips of Luther to determine if he was a radical or conservative compared to other revolutionary movements
Review Weekly Plan
Handout next unit outline
11/4
Work Day 
3 minute interviews 
- quick discussion of current progress in class
11/5
SSR 
Letters About Literature 
- Read 2 award winning letters (in LAL section of docs)
- Read a few more examples from the LAL database (LAL section of links)
- Review your journal
Freewrite assignment in Google classroom
11/6
SSR
Introduction to Luther documents 
You and your pod will become experts in one area of the Reformation so that we can discuss/debate whether Luther was a "radical" or his doctrines were ultimately conservative

11/7

END OF 1ST QUARTER
Reading Logs DUE - Check Syllabus for hours requirements- IF YOU ARE ABSENT, YOU MUST SEND ME A COPY OF YOUR READING LOG - NO LATE READING LOGS ACCEPTED
Vocabulary Midterm - genesis to officious (no Spelling words on this test)
Annotate the document you received yesterday to discuss Luther - radical or conservative
If time permits, discuss in pods your annotations
11/10
Martin Luther document jigsaw - pods split into two groups and team teach a summary and connection to the focus question
11/11
VETERANS DAY - NO SCHOOL
11/12
SSR
Writing Assessment - Luther
- Use Google Classroom and complete the two assignments 
1. Place the 7 Protestant Reformation ideas on a spectrum
2. Complete the 2 paragraph / thesis writing assignment
11/13
SSR 
Baroque / Rococo comparison 
Review Art examples from PPT - (Hum 10 Honors Reformation on website)
11/14
Chapter 17 Open Note Quiz
Finish Baroque/Rococo Gallery walk (all materials on my website (see yesterday)
Absolutism Notes DUE
LAL Journal DUE
11/17
SSR 
Review Quiz Answers from Friday - fix mistakes and update notes based on quiz corrections
P&T Test on Friday - go over terms and expectations
Extra Credit for groups who meet and study on their own as a study group
11/18
SSR 
Religious Wars Research Project - you and your pod are assigned one AP Essay question to research a presentation response for Friday after the test
- Day 1 gather evidence from notes, Viault, etc.
11/19 Religious Wars Research Project

- Day 2 create thesis statement, decide on evidence

11/20
Religious Wars Research Project
- Day 3 Finish analysis, finalize presentations
11/21
Vocabulary Quiz/P&T Test (see handout from Monday for terms covered)
Religious Wars Presentations
11/24
Finish Religious Wars Presentations (All documents and presentations sent via Google Classroom)
Absolutism Concept Formation
11/25
Ferguson Discussion - What does it mean to be civilized?  Are we born good/bad or is it our environment?
Apple Cup History
11/26
 NO SCHOOL
11/27
THANKSGIVING BREAK - NO SCHOOL
11/28
THANKSGIVING BREAK - NO SCHOOL
12/1
Absolutism Concept Formation assignment  
12/2 
SSR 
Time for pods to plan Absolutism Presentations
Unit plan updates 
12/3
Time for pods to continue planning Absolutism presentations
Finish Unit Outlines
Introduction to Letter about Literature Narrative Assignment
12/4
Enlightenment notes / P&T due 
Letters About Literature work time 
12/5 
Vocabulary Quiz moved to Monday due to extended fire alarm
Absolutism Presentations
LAL Draft work day 3 - main body paragraphs 
HW: Full draft of LAL due on Monday 
12/8
Vocabulary / P&T Quiz - 1st section of Enlightenment list (see unit outline) 
Final day to work on LAL 
Explanation of final formatting - The letter must be typed, single spaced, and presented in proper letter format (see PowerPoint)
12/9 
Final Draft of Letter About Literature DUE - NO LATE PAPERS ACCEPTED 
Lord of the Flies - Socratic Seminar introduction
3 types of questions - factual, interpretive, evaluative 
Practice with mini-discussion of the Pledge of Allegiance
12/10
Pod placard
- Come up with pod name, group leader, discuss traits of leadership, 5 attributes of a civilized/savage society
Lost at Sea exercise - rank 15 items if lost at sea
12/11 
Pod Practice - Question writing 
Read and discuss Dr. Suess's The Lorax
-Pods create 5 factual, 3 interpretive, 1 evaluative question
LOTF introduction - dialectic journal requirements
HW: Dialectic journal entries - Chapter 1
12/12 
1/2 Day
SSR/Dialectic Journal Update - LOTF
12/15
Inquiry - What is the Social Contract?
- Examine excerpts of Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau
12/16 
Enlightenment philosopher salon - Day 1
-Assign philosopher
-Start biography research
12/17 
Enlightenment philosopher - Day 2
- Annotate primary document
12/18 
Lord of the Flies Seminar - Chapters 1-6 
12/19 
Vocabulary/P&T Quiz 
Enlightenment Salon
 12/22-1/2
 WINTER BREAK - NO SCHOOL
1/5
SSR
Mercantilism review (review your notes - mercantilism, Jean Baptiste Colbert, and Francois Quesnay
Read one page handout - "Tight Money - Mercantilism"
Discussion of 4 questions from reading
1/6 
Open note quiz - Chapter 19 and 20 notes
SSR 
Mercantilism discussion - what is the "sacred cow" of mercantilism
Chapter 19 and 20 notes due
1/7 
LOTF character poster
Adam Smith handout - begin annotations 
1/8
Socratic Seminar - Adam Smith - Wealth of Nations
1/9 
Socratic Seminar - Lord of the Flies
Turn in dialectic journals
1/12 
Je Suis Charlie
- Google classroom assignment
- analyze and discuss political cartoons
- summarize two articles discussing political cartoons and the protest movement in Paris
1/13 
Work Day 
- Dialectic Journals
- Notes/P&T
1/14 
Lord of the Flies Poster Update
AP multiple choice practice - what, how and some practice activities
1/15 
SSR
Kahootz Practice Quiz for tomorrow
Multiple Choice Practice activity
- Work with pods to answer assigned multiple choice questions
1/16 
Vocabulary Quiz - rapport through ramification
Final Seminar - Lord of the Flies
Dialectic Journals Due
1/19  NO SCHOOL - MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HOLIDAY
1/20 
Vocabulary Review List and Practice
- Write a short story using 5 difficult words
Finish LOTF character posters - due at the end of the day
Cultural Literacy - Lord of the Flies and the Simpsons
1/21 
Final Exam Vocabulary Review # 2
Review and share out Multiple Choice Questions
How to Study for the Final Exam
- discuss how to properly use the textbook, notes, P&T, and Viault
1/22 
Notes and P&T Due: French Revolution/Napoleon 
Lord of the Flies Essay - 
Review prompt, characters, and create a thesis statement
1/23 
Reading Logs Due 
LOTF Essay - Evidence gathering
Gallery Walk to use character posters to find essay evidence
1/26 
In Class Essay - Lord of the Flies
1/27
 Final Exams - Periods 1, 3, 5
1/28 
 Final Exams - Periods 2, 4, 6
1/29 
Last Day of 1st Semester - 1/2 Day
1/30  NO SCHOOL - TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2/2 
Chromebook policies
French Rev. - intro video, unit objectives, and placard creation
Getting to know each other
If absent collect
Industrial Rev. Unit Outline (due February 18th)
College in the High School documents (morning of February 9th)
2/3 
Inquiry Part I: Analyze the opinions of four historians to discover the real cause of the French Revolution
-Specialize and fill in one historian on Google Classroom graphic organizer (secondary sources on this site "Cause of the French Rev..." except Hobsbawm)
-learn about other historian's arguments from pod mates
2/4 
Inquiry Part 2: Analyze political cartoons from Revolutionary France to discover the real cause of the French Revolution
-cartoon gallery on this site
-graphic organizer on Google Classroom
2/5
Inquiry Part 3: Create an outline for a history paper
-use secondary and primary sources to outline an argument for the real cause of the French Revolution
-graphic organizer on Google Classroom
2/6
SSR 
Revisit LotF Essay Warrant
Finish Outline
2/9
College in the High School Documents due this morning
Select and Research Events for F.R. Children's Book with Pod
2/10
Construct F.R. Childrens Books
2/11
Finish Construction of F.R. Children's Books
Start Children's Book Presentations 
2/12
P+T Quiz
Finish Children's Book Presentations
2/13
half day of school - important registration activities occurring!
2/16
President's Day - no school 
2/17
President's Day - no school 
2/18
Industrial Revolution Unit Notes due today
Children's Book Selection Justification 
 - defend your selection of one event through a strong thesis statement
2/19
Survey on School and Class Peer Climate
SSR
Seminar on Declaration of the Rights of Man and Robespierre's Justification of the use of Terror 
2/20
 Vocab + P&T Open Note Quiz
Start DBQ prep
2/23
French Rev. P+T Quiz 2 
DBQ Categorization Prep
2/24
DBQ Write 
2/25
DBQ Review
2/26
DBQ Review
2/27
French Rev. P+T Quiz 3 Chronology Game
Napoleon Debate Prep.
3/2
Open Note Quiz on Revolutions
Napoleon Debate Prep. (see instructions on Google classroom)
3/3
Napoleon Debate!
3/4
Napoleon Debate Wrap Up
- free write based on notes
- exit slip on classroom
3/5
The Political Spectrum 
- in class discussion
- image on Google classroom
Start Congress of Vienna
3/6
Vocab Quiz 2  and Industrial Revolution P+T part 1
Congress of Vienna interactive "lecture"
3/9
Technology of the Industrial Revolution
 - Gallery, Graphic Organizer, and Instructions on Classroom
Interactive "Lecture" on Children in the Factory System Begins
3/10
Interactive "Lecture" on Children in the Factory System Ends
Short video showing factory conditions
Conditions for child laborers
- on classroom
Speech Analysis of Defenses of Child Labor 
- on classroom
3/11
Wrap up Speech Analysis
Prep for Queen's Debate on Child Labor 
- directions on classroom
3/12
 Queen's Debate on Child Labor
3/13
Industrial Revolution P+T Part 2
Reflection on Queen's Debate
- assignment on classroom
Announcement! Notes and P+T for Emerging Urban Society will be collected on Monday, from EVERYONE!
3/16
Notes and P+T for Emerging Urban Society collected from EVERYONE! 
19th Century Ideologies
- readings and graphic organizer on classroom
3/17
 19th century Revolutions preparation
- directions on classroom
3/18
 19th century Revolutions presentations
3/19
Introduction to the Communist Manifesto
Read context information on line (Documents section of the website)
Start to read and annotate the Manifesto (hard copy in class)
HW: Finish annotating Communist Manifesto
3/20
Socratic Seminar - Communist Manifesto
Celebration and goodbye for Mr. K
HW: Study for Quiz on Monday
3/23
Vocab Quiz 3 and Revolutions P+T Part 1
Introduction to 19th Century nationalism
Review the weekly events
Time to work on notes in class
3/24
Finish Vocabulary and Revolutions P+T Quiz
New seating pods for next few units
Introduction to political speeches assignment 
Time to research / prepare speeches
3/25
Last day to prepare for political speeches
3/26
Political Speeches - 19th century nationalism
3/27
P+T Quiz - Revolutions part 2
Finish political speeches in class
Begin preparation for Monday's in class essay
Notes Due: Unit 13 (Nationalism, Realpolitik, Mass Politics)
3/30 In class essay: To what extent did liberalism achieve gains in each of the following countries between 1871 and 1914? (England, France, Germany, Russia)
3/31
Things Fall Apart introduction - 
Google Classroom assignment - Things Fall Apart Chapter 1
HW: Review Romaniticism
4/1
Poetry Share out
Romanticism Quiz
Romanticism Lesson
- Google Classroom assignment
- Documents and PPT Gallery are on my website (Romanticism section) 
4/2
Poetry Share out
Imperialism political cartoon analysis
4/3
Vocabulary/P&T Quiz 
Reading Logs Due - 3rd Quarter
Finish Imperialism Cartoon Analysis 
Review Spring Break expectations - 
Please review Google Classroom for all assignments and handouts
4/6-4/10 
 Spring Break - No School
4/13
Poetry Share
Open note imperialism Quiz
Saturday Review Session Overview
White Man's Burden
4/14
Poetry Share
SSR 
White Man's Burden Stanza Analysis
4/15
Notes/P&T Due - World War I & Russian Revolution
Poetry Share
SSR
Finish White Man's Burden
HW: Prepare for seminar
4/16
Poetry Share
Quick talk - Day of Silence
Seminar - Chapters 1-10 TFA
4/17
Poetry Share
SSR
P&T Quiz - Urban Society # 1
DBQ Practice - 30 minutes to read, categorize, and write a thesis
4/20
Notes/P&T Due - Age of Anxiety
Poetry Share
Introduction to the Review Process
Multiple Choice Pod Review - Day # 1
SSR / In class time for notes 
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST- Renaissance/Reformation
4/21
Poetry Share
MC Pod Review
AP Thesis practice quiz - Renaissance and Reformation
SSR / In class time for notes
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST- Exploration
4/22
Poetry Share
MC Pod Review
Seminar - TFA through Part II (page 167 - Chapter 19) 
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST - 
4/23
Poetry Share 
MC Pod Review
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST
4/24
Notes/P&T Due - Totalitarianism/WWII
Vocabulary + P&T Quiz
Poetry Share 
MC Pod Review
Time to finish notes
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST
4/27
Poetry Share
MC Pod Review
World War I - causes
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST
4/28
Poetry Share
MC Pod Review
World War I - causes and propaganda
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST
4/29
Poetry Share
MC Review 
Review Poem in your pocket procedures
WWI propaganda
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST and find a poem for POEM IN YOUR POCKET DAY
4/30
Poem in your pocket Day
MC Review
Propaganda
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST
5/1
Final MC Review
In class essay - FRQ 
WWI - Gallipolli
HW: STUDY FOR AP TEST/Google Classroom FRQ Essay
5/4
FRQ Review
Treaty of Versailes/Wilson's 14 points/Interwar era
HW: Google Classroom FRQ Essay practice
5/5
FRQ Review
The Great Depression
HW: Google Classroom FRQ Essay practice
5/6
FRQ Review
The Cold War
HW: Google Classroom DBQ Practice
5/7
DBQ Review
Review Games
Final Thoughts before the test
HW: Sleep well, dream of ism's and the number 5
5/8
 AP EXAM 
5/11
Debrief the AP Exam
Procedures for post exam class
Collect resources - practice tests
Introduction to the Film Festival
HW: Film pitch in Google Classroom
5/12
Pitch your ideas to the class
Form Film Festival Groups
Begin writing scripts and storyboards
5/13
Script/Storyboards complete-Phase 1
5/14
Rules for filming 
Begin Filming scenes for Film Festival Project
5/15
No School - Teacher Workday
5/18
Smarter Balanced Testing information (Google Classroom link)
Filming Session  
5/19
SBAC Testing 
Alternate Schedule
Filming Session
Intro to editing films 
5/20
SBAC Testing
Alternate Schedule
Filming Session
Edit films 
5/21
SBAC Testing 
Alternate Schedule
Filming Session
Edit films 
5/22
SBAC Testing
Alternate Schedule
Edit films
5/25
Memorial Day Holiday - No School
5/26
Edit films
5/27
Edit films
Things Fall Apart Notebooks Due
5/28
Final Film Projects Due
5/29
Vote for best in class 
Vocabulary Notebooks Due
6/1
Film Festival - 5th and 6th period
6/2
Film Festival Reflection (Google Classroom) 
All Quiet Dialectic Journals
6/3
Seminar - TFA
6/4
 
6/5
All Quiet on the Western Front Notebooks Due
Seminar - AQOTWF
6/8
Introduction to Night
Introduction to the Holocaust / Genocide
6/9
SSR - Night 

Stages of Genocide guided notetaking

6/10
SSR - Night 
Stages of Genocide guided notetaking
6/11
Group Project - Genocide Research 
6/12
Final Reading Logs Due - no late papers accepted.  Your reading log must be here even if you are not.
Genocide Research Project 
6/15
Final Exam - Periods 1, 3, 5
Genocide Research Project Gallery Walk
6/16
Final Exam - Periods 2, 4, 6
6/17
Last Day of School - Early Release