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1 World History World Studies –Eastern Hemisphere Textbook Room 214 World History Cook/Colvin Pick up a room rules sheet and a World Studies –Eastern Hemisphere Textbook on the back table before you sit down

2 1.Textbook Recordthe textbook number Mr. Cook’s Sheet Record the textbook number found on the inside cover on Mr. Cook’s Sheet on the front desk ExPut your name on the inside cover, year used and Ex for condition. temporary alphabetical seating chart 2.We will place you in a temporary alphabetical seating chart. folder Please put your last name first, first name. 3.You will need to fill out a folder for this class. Please put your last name first, first name.

3 Course Description All units will be approximately 5 weeks longAll units will be approximately 5 weeks long 1.Unit I – Geography 2.Unit II- Latin America 3.Unit III- Western Europe 4.Unit IV- Eastern Europe 5.Unit V- Africa 6.Unit VI- Middle East 7.Unit VII- Asia Geography, History and Culture of the region-Each unit will study- Geography, History and Culture of the region- 2 weeks or more. Grading: –Points- Count as 70% of the nine weeks grade –Points- Count as 70% of the nine weeks grade. project based learning sessionEach Unit will have a project based learning session with a driving question- 2 weeks 3 quizzes and one major testEach Unit will have 3 quizzes and one major test. reading quizzesThere may be reading quizzes to check on your homework on day an assignment is due. –Daily work points- this counts as 30% of the nine week grade. Study GuideStudy Guide- You will have sections of reading which will be done mainly in class. CollageCollage- counts as homework and will be included in Daily Work Points. If you are absent you are responsible for all missed work as homework outside of class. There will be semester tests.There will be semester tests.

4 While you were gone World History- Make-up Assignments Aug. 20 While you were gone World History- Make-up Assignments Cook/Colvin Room 214 Student-_____________ Date Absent- Aug. 20 Date Due-______ Please attach your make-up work to this sheet when you hand it in! Homework: Unit I- Geography –Introduction Video clips Aug. 21 –Read Chapter 1 section 1 - Aug. 21 (We may do this in class) Chapter 1- The World of GeographyChapter 1- The World of Geography 5 Themes of Geography - –Section 1- 5 Themes of Geography - Pages Page 13 Answer Comprehension and Critical Thinking Skills questions 1, due Aug. 22 The Geographers Tools - –Section 2- The Geographers Tools - Pages Page 22Answer Comprehension and Critical Thinking Skills questions 1, due Aug. 23 Aug. 23 –Chapter 1 Quiz- Aug. 23 In Class Work: Assignments- –room rules- take home and have parent sign for tomorrow Activities- –Seating chart and Sign up Textbooks, Make Folders. –Course Description –Daily Power Point –Daily Power Point - makeup sheet and yellow makeup box and daily requirements –IPad set up- Website, Canvas, Quick Office HD, World History Folder –Cell Phone and Electronic Devices policy for Room 214 –Explain assignments to this point. Explain assignment due dates- Vocabulary – First 2-3 min. Reading Quiz- 5 min. Discussion with notes-10 min. Coop Work: 15 min.- New Student Power –Review room rules- use New Student Power Point. –Get it done room. Examination: Date and Period you will take the exam- ______ Signature:____________

5 Day #1 Assignments- –room rules- take home and have parent sign for tomorrow Activities- –Seating chart and Sign up Textbooks –Course Description –Reminder: Explain makeup sheet and yellow makeup box and daily requirements –IPad set up- Website, Canvas, Quick Office HD, World History Folder –Cell Phone and Electronic Devices policy for Room 214 –Explain how to take notes for the first assignment. Explain assignment due dates- Vocabulary – First 2-3 min. Reading Quiz- 5 min. Discussion with notes-10 min. Coop Work: 15 min.- –Review room rules 1 st Day of school Check out textbooks Live Ink Review Room Rules

6 Day #1- Reminders Today’s Date is on the power point in front. yellow makeup box in the back of the room.On the day you return to school from an absence, pick up your makeup work from the yellow makeup box in the back of the room. Write your assignments in what ever planner mode you wish to use. IPadMake sure you have your IPad and all materials with you when you come to class you will not be allowed to go back to your locker to get anything.

7 Day #1 – Daily Requirements This class will adhere to the school IPad policy. However we will have class rules as well. 1.IPAD’s are turned off at the beginning of every class and placed under the desk- Until instructed to turn them on for class. 2.Eliminate the bottom bar first thing and keep the IPAD face down till you are told to turn it on or use it. 3.When using the IPAD it must be flat on the desk for the instructor to see. 4.No Face book, , twitter or social network to be used in class, IPAD is for instructional purposes only. 5.Other rules will apply as they come to the front. mustYou must have a three ring binder as your folder. All papers, homework, etc. must be kept in this binder. mustYou must have a notebook of some kind or loose paper also to be kept in your three ring binder. mustYou must have a place for assignments- either an Ipad App or on paper in your three ring binder. This counts as daily work and you will receive points for it from time to time. It will be checked.

8 IPad Day #1 Setting up the IPad for Social Studies. Turn on your IPad. Clear your bottom panel- double click and push and hold one icon till it jiggles then press x to eliminate from bottom panel. Do to all icons. Go to the Waverly Shell Rock Homepage- Click on Campus Click on Senior High School Put Cursor on Information tab- Arrow down and Click on Departments Click on Social Studies Click on World History- Mr. Cook Add this page to your Home Screen- you may need to re-label it.

9 Canvas Put this app on your Ipad- YOU MAY ALREADY HAVE IT. CanvasGo to Google and type in this website at the top of the page, then Add this page to your Home Screen- you may need to re-label it as Canvas –Wsr.instructure.com You will be able to use your own separate user name and password. Enter your user name and password. This web site may have Calendars, This web site will have Reading Quizzes and possible small graded assignments. We may use Canvas more as the year goes on.

10 Canvas Testing All Tests must be taken in this classroom under supervision during the class period.All Tests must be taken in this classroom under supervision during the class period. The IPad must remain flat on the desk during testing.The IPad must remain flat on the desk during testing. Be very careful with your tap, accidental taps or passes will count and you may miss the question.Be very careful with your tap, accidental taps or passes will count and you may miss the question. All cell phones must be on the desk, turned off and turned face down during the test. Use of the cellphone during testing will be regarded as cheating and subject to failure.All cell phones must be on the desk, turned off and turned face down during the test. Use of the cellphone during testing will be regarded as cheating and subject to failure. Taking pictures with IPad of the test will be regarded as cheating and subject to failure.Taking pictures with IPad of the test will be regarded as cheating and subject to failure. Leaving the test to visit another app before finishing the test will be regarded as cheating and subject to failure.Leaving the test to visit another app before finishing the test will be regarded as cheating and subject to failure. If you miss the test due to absence or late work, you must come into 214 during study hall or before school to make it up.If you miss the test due to absence or late work, you must come into 214 during study hall or before school to make it up.

11 Quick Office HD Put this app on your IPad. You may already have this. Go to your IPad and open the Self Service App. Down load (Redeem) the Quick Office HD App. This web site has the following applications –File Manager –Holiday Budget manager –Quickpoint- This is like Power Point, you may use it or power point. Remember that most all projects will be power point and maybe shown in class using Apple TV- Air Play. –Quick Word- word processing- notes, etc. This maybe a great thing for in class notes and projects. Remember Homework will be hand written.-

12 World History Folder We are going to make a folder for all Social Studies Apps. Go to your IPad and push and hold a social studies app. Release once all the apps begin to jiggle. Drag one social studies app on top of another and a file will appear on the screen. Re-Name the file- World History While the apps are still jiggling drag all Social Studies apps into this folder. Push the home button to stop the jiggling.

13 Other Apps and Website to add to folder Go to the App Store on your IPad Find the following Free apps Down load these websites and put them in your folder. - you can get facts for kids on your country.http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts.html World map- with directions and distance from Des Moines to the capital of your country.http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/distance.html- You must sign in to use.http://www.countryreports.org/ User Name- buseman. Password- chuck –This website has facts, photos, customs, history geography, national symbols, economy, demographics, government, current events, glossary, and other topics. Great source. FlipboardPulseFlashboard News 360 World Travel Atlas Atlas for Ipad World in Figures PhotocardCorkulous Pic Collage

14 4/30/ Cell Phone and Electronic Devices Cell Phone –Keep your cell phone out of site at all times. If I hear it or see it I will confiscate it. CELL PHONES Policy- as found in the student handbook –1. Students will be allowed to carry their cell phones with them to class but cell phones may not be heard or used during class periods. –2. Cell phones may be used between class periods in the hallways and during the lunch periods. –3. Cell phones may not be used in classrooms, study halls, locker rooms, or restrooms. –4. Cell phone use may not be used as an excuse for tardiness to a class. –5. A student in violation of the cell phone policy will receive three (3) detentions, a parent notification of the policy violation, and the student will need to pick up the device at the high school office at the end of their school day. ELECTRONIC DEVICES –Electronic devices such as I-pods, blackberries, portables (DVD, cassette, or radio) headset and other such devices and the use of, are prohibited in this classroom. Check the student handbook for violations and consequences.

15 New Student Power Point To help introduce World History class to all new students. Rules and Expectations. New Student


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