Homework

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

 

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
2/1 
Review AP Final answers
- Multiple Choice and Short Answer 
2/2
Finish our review of the Final (Short Answer)
Citizenship Concept Formation
NOTES DUE: McKAY SOCIAL HISTORY 
2/3 
Causes of the French Revolution Jigsaw Debate
- Read your assigned essay + Hobsbawm essay
- take notes on your essay  
- Create a google doc outline as a pod after comparing notes
2/4
In class debate - which cause of the Revolution was the MOST significant to the French Revolution? 
HW: Review your notes for tomorrow's open note quiz
2/5
AP Multiple Choice and Short Answer Open Note Quiz
Stages of the French Revolution Research
- Review your text based resources to start researching in pods
- Use your handout for your assigned section as a guide (see Classroom if you were absent)
2/8
Multiple Choice and SAQ quiz review
- How is quality note-taking relative to success on the quiz?
Stages of the French Revolution
- Research time (Google Slides must be shared with Mr. Menenberg) - Presentations are on Wednesday.
- You should be familiar with all of your stage specific terms by the end of class
HW: Notes due tomorrow
2/9
NOTES/P&T DUE: FRENCH REVOLUTION

-Example Presentation is on Classroom, along with reminders about what to include AND the rubric for the presentation.

-There will be no time in class on Wednesday to prepare for presentations.

2/10
Stages of the Revolution Presentations 
2/11
-Finish Stages of the Revolution Presentations
-Self-assessment on Stages Research/presentations
-Introduction of Mock Trial (see Classroom for role descriptions/sign-up)
2/12
EARLY RELEASE
-Practice MC/SAQ 
-Prep for Mock Trial of Napoleon (Role assignment, background reading, and research task is posted on Classroom)
2/15
President's Day - NO SCHOOL
2/16
President's Day - NO SCHOOL
2/17
 -Prepare for Mock Trial (trial begins on 2/18)
 -Pre-trial writing is due today (share with Menenberg via Google Docs) - see Classroom for details.
2/18
 Mock Trial
2/19
 Vocab/Open-note Industrial Rev. quiz
-Finish Mock Trial
-Writing Workshop (check Classroom for Post-trial Summary Writing instructions)
Industrial Revolution Notes Due
2/22
Writing Workshop (PowerPoint Presentation is on Classroom)
REMINDER: Final French Revolution Summary Essay is due FRIDAY!
**If you were absent on either day of the Mock Trial, you must add one additional goal/ideal (1 page, double-spaced) to your Summary Essay due on Friday.  Any questions, email me.
2/23
Industrial Revolution Image Analysis (PPT are posted on Classroom)
2/24
Industrial Revolution Primary Documents and Socratic Seminar
2/25
Ideologies/Revolutions of 1848/Romanticism Notes Due
Handout - the remaining units for this year
Discussion of the AP EXAM and our expectations for how work will proceed in the class
We will attempt to avoid extra work outside of class so the focus remains on notes/P&T
Reading Logs will not be collected for 3rd quarter but the reading expectations will be the same for the semester
Finish the seminar for the Industrial Revolution
2/26
 Industrial Revolution and Child Labor
2/29
 Industrial Revolution and Child Labor lecture part two (PPT on Classroom)
3/1
 Child Labor Debate Prep
3/2
 Child Labor "Queens" Debate
3/3
 Finish Child Labor Debate, Dickens' Analysis
3/4
Film Festival Analyis 
3/7
Nationalism, Realpolitik, and Mass Politics Notes/P&T Due

Finish Film Analysis, Intro to Congress of Vienna Simulation

3/8
 Congress of Vienna Simulation

 Absent Students should check Google Classroom - There is a reflection based on our Congress of Vienna simulation and a website posted by Ellinger that will give you additional background information.

3/9
 Ideology Research (Conservatism, Liberalism, Socialism, Nationalism) - Check PPTs (especially the overview of the assignment) on Classroom to see what group you were in (if absent) and make sure to be ready to PRESENT tomorrow!
3/10
 Prep for Ideology Presentations
3/11
 Vocab Quiz #2, Presentations on Ideologies of the 19th Century, Intro to Things Fall Apart

Read Things Fall Apart Ch. 1-8 by TUESDAY - accompanying assignment is on Classroom.

3/14
 "The Second Coming" discussion - worksheet available on Classroom (due tomorrow).  Come to class tomorrow prepared to discuss the first 8 chapters from Things Fall Apart (evaluative and interpretative questions are due).  
3/15
 Socratic Seminar on Things Fall Apart - If you were absent, you must submit your seminar questions by Thursday with short answers (minimum one paragraph) for THREE of them including ONE evaluative question.
3/16
 Pt. One of Motives/Causes of Imperialism (Image analysis)
3/17
Imperialism Notes/P&T Due Pt. Two of Motives/Causes of Imperialism
3/18
EARLY RELEASE
Vocabulary 
Menenbergisms and Celebration
3/21
We will read, discuss and analyze the poem "White Man's Burden" by Rudyard Kipling
We will work in pods to break down each stanza and re-write on with our pod to share out to the class
See Classroom for the handout provided
3/22
TFA Seminar #2 (Ch.9-16, minimum THREE evaluative questions, one question - eval or interpret. per chapter).
3/23
How to jump start your car
Things Fall Apart Small Group Discussion of each chapter (See Classroom for Questions)
3/24
We will finish our discussion of TFA small group questions
We will begin working on our Imperialism Research Project (See Classroom for instructions and groups)
- If you are absent check Classroom to see which topic you will need to work on tonight
3/25
We will present our imperialism posters today
Urban Society Notes/P&T Due
Vocabulary Quiz 
3/28
Introduction to the Poem a Day assignment (Check Classroom for assignments)
We will continue working on our Imperialism poster presentations
HW: Finish TFA for seminar with questions
3/29
Finish last few imperialism presenatations
Things Fall Apart Seminar
- We will discuss all Chapters
3/30
We will learn how to analyze the proverbs we chose from Things Fall Apart
We will have time to work on:
1. Our proverb books
2. Our notes 
3. the Midterm Exam
3/31
We will learn how the Berlin Conference created tensions among European allies and contributed to the "Scramble for Africa" and the start of World War I
Today we will discuss as a class and work in pods to review for the midterm
World War I/Russian Revolution Notes/P&T Due
4/1
END OF 3RD QUARTER
Midterm Examination - Units: Industrial Revolution, Post-Napoleon, Ideologies, Imperialism.  All questions will be AP Multiple Choice and the test is NOT open note
4/4-4/8 
 Spring Break - No School
4/11
Age of Anxiety/Interwar Notes/P&T Due
Rise of Dictatorships/WWII Notes/P&T Due
Proverb Books Due (TFA)
Poetry Share
Today we will begin discussing the causes of WWI
- We will analyze two political cartoons related to the start of the war (Check Google Classrom)
- We will discuss the causes of WWI in greater detail using maps and various images of the war
4/12
Poetry Share
We will finish discussing the causes of WWI 
We will analyze and discuss a DBQ 
We will discuss how propaganda and the concept of "total war" emerged in WWI
We will discuss how new inventions and technology drove the war to more horrific and destructive ends
4/13
Poetry Share
I will collect your copy of Things Fall Apart
I will collect your Thesis statements for what caused World War I
We will discuss technologies used during World War I and how they were both a benefit and harmful to civilization. (See Google Classroom)
4/14
Poetry Share
We will finish our technology of WWI discussion
4/15
Poetry Share
Vocabulary Quiz (futile:extirpate)
We will examine World War I propaganda
4/18
Poetry Share
***We will suspend vocabulary for the next few weeks while we advance our preparations for the AP exam***
POEM IN YOUR POCKET DAY IS THURSDAY - PLEASE BRING A POEM TO SHARE WITH OTHER STUDENTS - IT CAN BE A POEM YOU'VE ALREADY USED BUT WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO GET A NEW POEM
We will quickly wrap up our conversation of WWI Propaganda
We will begin our discussion of the Treaty of Versailles (See Google Classroom for instructions and documents)
4/19
Poetry Share
We will finish our review of the Treaty of Versailles (SEE PPT IN CLASSROOM)
We will engage in a Structured Academic Controversy around the question: Was the German response to the Treaty of Versailles justified?
4/20
The Cold War and Modern Europe Notes/P&T Due
Poetry Share
We will discuss the Review stage of the class to prepare for the AP Exam
HW: POEM IN YOUR POCKET
4/21
Poem in your Pocket Day
We will discuss the get out of jail free card
We will discuss the Russian Revolution and Russian History timeline assignment
HW: Finish timeline activity as a pod
4/22
Poetry Share
We will share the timelines from yesterday and use them to create a pod generated thesis about why the Russian Civil War occurred
We will learn the basic tenets of Communism, and the difference between Leninism and Stalinism (readings shared on Google Classroom)
HW: Study for the AP EXAM & Annotate Marx, Lenin, Stalin Primary Documents
4/25
Poetry Share
We will review the Communist Manifesto Documents
We will begin discussing the Great Depression 
HW: Study for the AP EXAM
4/26
Poetry Share
We will research and prepare short presentations on various Interwar social topics (See Google Classroom)
HW: Study for the AP EXAM
4/27
Poetry Share 
We will continue our discussion of the Great Depression
HW: Study for the AP EXAM
4/28
Class Elections
Poetry Share 
We will finish our discussion of the Great Depression
We will review WWII and prepare questions (see PPT in Classroom)
HW: Study for the AP EXAM
4/29
Spring Sports Assembly
Poetry Share
We will review and start writing our DBQ (See Classroom)
HW: Study for the AP EXAM
5/2
Today we will practice MC Questions from the fascist era
Today we will review our DBQ work from Friday and write a practice DBQ
We will share our work in pods to provide feedback for improvement
HW: Study for the AP EXAM
5/3
Today we will look at the DBQ (non-European attitudes connected to Intellectual movements)
We will review the College Board Recommendations for each document as well as a thesis statements, context, POV, and synthesis
HW: Study for the AP EXAM - Essay prep one LEQ and DBQ (See Classroom)
5/4
We will review student responses to the DBQ
We will review the College Board recommendations for final scores
HW: Study for the AP EXAM - Essay prep one LEQ and DBQ (See Classroom)
5/5
Final day of Review
Short answer question practice
Jeopardy game 
HW: Study for the AP EXAM
5/6
 AP EXAM 
5/9
Post AP Test Reflection
What comes next?  (See Google Classroom)
- Vocabulary
- Reading
- All Quiet on the Western Front
Film Festival Day 1
- Overview, Nuts and Bolts
HW: Film Pitch
5/10
Pitch Film Idea
Choosing Film Groups
5/11
Screenplay and Storyboards
5/12
Practice Smarter Balanced Test
Screenplay and Storyboards 
Check vocabulary sentences
5/13
No School - Teacher Workday
5/16
Screenplay and Storyboards
Film 
5/17
SBAC Testing 
Alternate Schedule
Socratic Seminar - All Quiet on the Western Front
Check Journals
Reading Quiz Chapters 1-5
5/18
SBAC Testing
Alternate Schedule
Film 
5/19
SBAC Testing 
Alternate Schedule
Film 
5/20
SBAC Testing
Alternate Schedule
Film/Edit 
Check Vocabulary Sentences
5/23
Socratic Seminar # 2 - All Quiet on the Western Front
Film/Edit 
5/24
Edit
5/25
Edit 
5/26
Edit
5/27
Films Due at the beginning of class 
Vote for best in class
5/30
Memorial Day Holiday - No School
5/31
Film Festival During Block 3/4 in the theater
6/1
Seminar: All Quiet on the Western Front
6/2
 
6/3
 
6/6
 
6/7
 
6/8
 
6/9
 
6/10
 
6/13
 
6/14
 
6/15
 
6/16
 
6/17
 
6/20
Final Exam - Periods 1, 3, 5
6/21
Final Exam - Periods 2, 4, 6
6/22
Last Day of School - Early Release