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FQ: Did absolute rule do more good or harm for the people of Russia? Do Now: Look at pages (A3, A17) in the back of the textbook. Describe the size and.

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1 FQ: Did absolute rule do more good or harm for the people of Russia? Do Now: Look at pages (A3, A17) in the back of the textbook. Describe the size and location of Russia. Which continent is it a part of? What do you already know about Russia?

2 Russia is a country on two continents: Europe and Asia

3 Class Activity In your groups complete an outline on pages (Absolute Rulers of Russia) TopicsNotes From Ivan to the Romanovs (pgs ) Individual Reflection:  The first Tsar  Rule by Terror  Rise of Romanovs Peter the Great (pgs ) Individual Reflection:  Peter Takes the Throne o Russia’s Difference From Europe o Peter Visits the West  Peter Rules Absolutely o Peters Reforms o Westernizing Russia o A New Capital o Add Information from the Red Book  Peter the Great (Red Book) Summary:

4 Cornell Notes Rubric Category4321 Page Set-upAll parts (name, date, topic, class, page number) are clearly labeled in the correct place. All parts BUT one (name, date, topic, class, page number) are clearly labeled in the correct place. Some parts (name, date, topic, class, page number) are clearly labeled in the correct place. Missing three or more parts (name, date, topic, class, page number) on the page. LegibilityAll writing is neat and completely legible. All writing is legible.Writing is mostly legible. Most of the writing is illegible. Notes (note taking)Notes have all important information and follow the order of the presentation. Logical abbreviations used. Notes have all important information and follow the order of the presentation. Notes have most of the important information and follow the order of the presentation. Notes are incomplete. Questions (note making) Questions check for understanding and directly reflect notes. Questions require student to think back over the topic and make connections between ideas. Questions check for understanding and directly reflect notes. Most questions require the student to think back over the topic. Few connections made. Questions are basic and may reflect notes. Most questions are generic and require very little thinking on the student’s part. Questions are limited and do not accurately reflect notes. SummarySummary shows learning by effectively identifying all of the main ideas. Summary clearly reveals relationships, prior learning or connections to other ideas. Summary shows learning by effectively identifying most of the main ideas. Summary reveals relationships, prior learning or connections to other ideas. Summary restates notes; connection to prior learning or relationship to other ideas present but not clear. Summary restates notes but new learning not evident.


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