Notebook Guide! Your Notebook should look like this!
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Notebook Guide! Your Notebook should look like this!
Notebook Set UpYou may use a spiral notebook or a binder Index- Continued 3A Index Page TitlePg. # Title Page 1A Index 2A – 3B CIS4A 2A Name Period Subject 1A 1B2B3B CIS 4A 4B Pages are numbered 1 A,B; 2 A,B and so on…. Name, Period and Subject Page 1A: Index Page 2A – 3B: CIS Page 4A: Write neatly and be careful about labeling pages. As we add things to the notebook, continue to add to your Index.
Helpful Notebook Info: Label Pages as we go. Add to your Index as we go. A sides are ALWAYS on the right side of the Notebook. B sides are ALWAYS the back of the page. Go on to C and D if you need to, but keep the page number. B sides are often blank. You can glue hw assignments or other papers you get back here. Papers too big for your notebook page? Fold them in half and just glue down the upper edge. Then you can fold them out again AND look at both sides. 6A Title Fold Glue upper back of paper only
Above and Below the Surface Questions: Who What When Where How Why What If Could Would Should Draw this tree on Pg. 5A in your notebook and add the two boxes of questions….
Practice Above and Below the Surface Above the Surface: Please Draw a stick tree on Pg. 6A in your notebook. 1. With your pod, look at Chapt. 15, Sec. 2. Then look at the Chart labeled The Great Depression on pg Record facts and information that you find from these pages on pg. 6A in your notebook on the upper half of your paper (near the branches of your stick tree.) You can record these as Bullet notes… 3. Not sure what to write? Answer your Above the Surface Questions: WhoWhen WhatWhere 9 Bullet notes minimum for this section. Great Depression Info Financial Crisis Fact Great Depression Fact Weimar Republic Fact Post War Europe Info Great Depression Statistic
For Homework, please look at Chapt. 15, Sec. 3 on Fascism and record Above and Below the Surface information on Pg. 7A. Draw a Stick Tree and use the Model we did today. Info Facts Statistics Facts Cause and Effect Relationships Connections Answer Questions: Who?What? When? Where? Answer Questions: How?Why? What If? Could? Should?Would?
Directive Word:Pg. 8A Describe: Write about a subject so that it can be visualized. Make clear how it looks or how it occurred by providing revealing details. Activity: Find your partner (Match your puzzle piece to theirs) Describe this person so completely, we can tell who it is without knowing their name. Paint a picture with words of the person you are describing. You can include both visual things like what they look like, as well as what their personality is, their interests, their favorites and so on….
Please add the following to your notebook…. Directive Word: Pg. 8A Explain/Analyze/Account: Make the subject easyto understand by giving clear reasons and details. Show the below-the surface meaning. Practice:Turn to your partner and explain what your Freshman year was like. Make sure your partner really understands what you mean, specifically. Do not use dead words like nice, ok, good, bad, and so on…. Please do not talk at this timeJan 23 HW: Study for Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Activity: Cookie Story Listen to the story about the German boy and his mother. Explain what the mother should do next. (Still on pg. 8B)
Please do not talk at this timeJan 30 HW: Posters must be done by Monday. Chapter 16, Sec 2 due Monday. Your choice of Cornell Notes, online handout or section questions 1-8. Be an Anthropologist! As you look at these items, think about what they reveal about this period in History. All of them are from London during the Battle of Britain, known as the London Blitz. On pg. 9A in your notebook, answer this question: Based on these items, what was life like for the average British Londoner during this time? What can you find out?
Title:Main Idea/Detail- Outline PracticePg. 10A Now we want to create an outline. Outlines are organized like this: I. Main Idea A.Detail 1.Specific B.Detail 1. Specific 2.Specific I. Main Idea A.Detail 1.Specific B.Detail 1. Specific 2.Specific The indentations and numbers of an outline have meaning. Indentations mean This thing describes or explains the thing above. The numbers show the level of detail. The bigger the number type (Roman Numeral, Capitals) the more general the information (this makes it the main idea) The smaller the number type (lower case, regular numbers,) the more specific the information. So, in this example: A and B explain or describe I and the first 1 explains or describes A while the second 1 and 2 explain or describe B
I.Irwin Rommel was a brave man A.Erwin Rommel showed signs of bravery while attacking the enemy against the odds. 1.In September of 1914, Rommel was wounded in the leg when, he charged three Frenchmen with a bayonet because he run out of ammunition. 2.In January of 1915, Erwin Rommel received his first decoration for bravery - Iron Cross Class I B.Rommel commanded his units from the frontline. 1.He felt it was important for the commander to always be near his troops instead of safely far away from the fighting.
II.Erwin Rommel was very intelligent A.Erwin Rommel was nicknamed the Desert Fox because he constantly used tricks in order to outsmart his enemies. 1.In Africa he dug pits for his big guns and covered what was above ground with low tents a.Even with field glasses, it was impossible to distinguish the disguised guns from sand dunes. i. Since the British saw a lot of sand dunes, they were not ready for a big gun attack. B.sometimes he cut the communication with the High Command 1.Rommel realized that the High Command didn't know about tank warfare, so he simply cut the communication and explained everything later
III.Rommel was a moral man A.Once the landing in June of 1944, had succeeded, Erwin Rommel realized that the war was hopelessly lost 1.He felt continuing to support Hitlers senseless fighting would be irresponsible to his people. a.He was implicated in trying to kill Hitler in B.He refused to publicly support Hitler 1.He was put under house arrest and committed suicide rather than side with Hitler any longer.
Get a paper on general MacArthur. At the top, brainstorm some qualities of a great leader might have (intelligent, bold, trustworthy, etc) Then read the paper. Underline facts and details that would provide evidence that General MacArthur WAS a great leader. Circle facts and details that would prove he was NOT a great leader. Now, make a list of the information you found (especially facts and specifics!) on pg. 10B in your Notebook. Title it MacArther Please do not talk at this time Feb 6 HW:Outline assignment due 2/10, Notebook due 2/13, WWII Test 2/13
IntelligentIndependent A Winner High Academic scores at West Point Worked to modernize US army Abandoned the Philippines and left his men behind Returned to the Philippines Ultimately beat Japan in the Pacific Rebuilt Japan and helped them write a new constitution Defied his Commander in Chief Said, I will Return! Issued his own policy statements about Korean War Became a 5 star general Recaptured many islands from the Japanese New Guinea Started reforms in Japan Land reform Political Reform Here are three characteristics of a great leader and some data from the reading… Was fired for insisting on nuking China
IntelligentIndependent A Winner High Academic scores at West Point Worked to modernize US army Abandoned the Philippines and left his men behind Returned to the Philippines Ultimately beat Japan in the Pacific Rebuilt Japan and helped them write a new constitution Defied his Commander in Chief Said, I will Return! Issued his own policy statements about Korean War Became a 5 star general Recaptured many islands from the Japanese New Guinea Started reforms in Japan Land reform Political Reform Now make Bubble Graphs out of what goes together… Was fired for insisting on nuking China
IntelligentYour bubble graphs become your outline….. High Academic scores at West Point Rebuilt Japan and helped them write a new constitution I.MacArthur was Intelligent A.He earned some of the highest academic scores ever recorded at West Point Academy. 1.He was obviously very academically capable. B.He rebuilt Japan 1.Helped write a successful Constitution which is still used today. 2.Started many reforms in Japan a.Land Reform b. Political Reform Started reforms in Japan Land reform Political Reform Now make your own Outlines out of what you have on your papers.
I. B. a. 2. A C. 1. a. i. First, Copy this bubble graph to Outline model onto page 11A in your notebook. (11A might be the first right hand page after 10C. It will NOT be the back of 10C.) Please do not talk at this timeFeb. 9 HW:Chapter 16, Sec. 5 Due Tuesday Test 2/13, Notebook 2/13, Outline 2/12 Notice: The farther away from the central circle the smaller the number symbol…. I.Main Idea A.Detail 1.Specific a. even more specific B.Different Detail
High Academic scores at West Point Rebuilt Japan and helped them write a new constitution Started reforms in Japan Land reform Political Reform Intelligent Secured Votes for women Still on 11A, using the Bubble Graph to Outline Model, turn this bubble graph into an outline. Still use Constitution today
Does yours look like this: I. MacArthur was very intelligent A. He earned some of the highest academic scores ever recorded at West Point Academy. B. He rebuilt Japan and helped write their constitution. 1. The Japanese still use this Constitution today. 2. He started important reforms. a. He secured voting writes for women in the new democracy. b. He started land reform. c. He started political reforms. C. Explanation... Great! You only have one more piece to add... the Explanation. This piece is Vital in any essay outline or essay. This is where you say HOW your evidence proves your claim. Our Claim is that MacArthur was intelligent. Our evidence is below that. Now say how the evidence proves he was intelligent.
As we go through this lecture record your emotional response to the information in a T-Chart on Pg. 12A My ReactionA Typical Reaction from the Public
After a time of human rights violations the following questions are asked: Who should be held responsible? What is justice? On Pg. 13A in your notebook, give your own best answer to these questions. Please do not talk at this timeFeb 26 HW: Using Chapter 17, Sec 1, Complete the handout on Restoring the Peace after WWII (back of your Transitional Justice Paper)
Use your completed chart to answer this question on Pg. 14A in your notebook: What factors might explain the continuing tensions and conflicts between the US and the USSR after WWII?
Please do not talk at this timeMarch 27 Classifying History- History is big. And there is a LOT of stuff in it. In order to make it meaningful, scholars often look at only a piece of history, as if looking through a telescope at a particular set of stars instead of the whole universe. We call this viewing history through a Lens. Three very useful lenses to help us focus on history are to look at the Political, Economic and Social aspects of history individually. What do you think would fall into each category? Write your answer at the top of pg. 15A HW: Review Imperialism in China: Complete Handout Side 1 Due Mon. Side 2 Due Tues
Categorizing Events in History! Copy this chart onto the bottom pg. 16A Of your notebook. Social People Political Government Economic Money
Modern China Why would it be important for American students to study about China? Get the handout- BBC: Country profile: China Read this handout and use your new filters (Social, Economic, and Political) to organize the key information from this reading. Record key information for each category in each of the three boxes on page 16A in your notebook.
Please consider your homework… On Pg. 17A of your notebook: Based on what you read, what do the Chinese people want? Choose the top 5 issues and rank your answer from Most important to Least important to the Chinese People. Make sure you can explain your choices.
Vocabulary: Please do a vocab word map on page 18A for each of the following words: Civil War A war between political factions or regions within the same country. Communes Collective farms where people work and live together. Land Reform The redistribution of farmland by breaking up large estates and giving the smaller farms to peasants. Rural Pertaining to the countryside.
Set up page 19A in your notebook like this: Then, put the seven period of Chinese history on the timeline in chronological order. Use the BOLD title for each event, include the dates and write a 1 sentence summary of the event. Timeline of Modern China
Please do not talk at this timeMay 5 Please answer on Pg. 20A of your notebook: A.What is the main message of the story? B.What does the story say about colonialism? C.How does the story portray the Independence Movements in Africa in the 1950s and 1960s? D.What type of violence or injustice is described in the stories? E.What solutions are offered to the problems discussed in the stories?
On pg. 21A In your notebook, As you read the Overview of Apartheid, record the different ways white South Africans controlled these three areas of life for non white South Africans SocialEconomicPolitical
As you read about the End of Apartheid answer these questions on Pg. 23A of your notebook: 1.What evidence do you see that black Africans are overcoming the limitations on Education, Unity and Wealth caused by Apartheid? 2.Last time, our Eagle parable talked about black Africans losing and regaining their identity. What events in the timeline show Africans beginning to create or regain their identity? How is this connected to the power of Unity?
Pg. 24 A in your Notebook: What are some main causes of conflicts between groups of people. Make a list: Please do not talk at this timeMay 14
Reading on the main Issues of the Arab/Israeli Conflict As we read, list the main issues on pg. 25A of your notebook. Define each issue as we go.
Pg. 26 A in your Notebook: Have you ever experienced a betrayal from someone your trusted? How did you feel afterward toward that person? Toward others? What would it take for you to trust that person again? What if this was not a matter of feelings, but one of survival? How would that change your answer? Please do not talk at this timeMay 18