Final Exam Review Tips

  • Study Quizlet Final Exam Review 1, 2 and 3
  • Review the textbook and use the study guide to help.

Try looking up review videos on YouTube for the following topics: 

 

  • French Revolution,
  • Industrial Revolution in England,
  • Latin American Revolutions,
  • Imperialism in Africa,
  • Changes in 19th Century China/Japan,
  • World War I,
  • Russian Revolution,
  • the Rise of Fascism,
  • and WWII only to the Battle of Britain

2018 Final Exam Study Guide.docx

 

Presentation Info

Groups 1-3 present Monday

Groups 3-6 present Tuesday

Groups 6-7 or 8 present Wednesday

But…all groups TURN IN their presentations on Sunday night by 11:59 pm.

Here is the rubric…please look at the success criteria for each requirement, including presenting.  Revise required elements until they match the criteria for a 4.

presentation grade rubric

Here are ideas for connections/participation questions:

  • Absolute Monarchy: Philip II, Louis XIV, Ivan IV Peter the Great
  • French Revolution: Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, Importance of the price of Bread to the lower classes, March on Versailles, Robespierre and the Reign of Terror, Radicals (Jacobins), Moderates, Conservatives, rise of Napoleon, Reforms of Napoleon, Fall of Napoleon.
  • Industrial Revolution: Agricultural Revolution, Positives and Negatives, child labor, rise of factories, inventions, Marxism, capitalism, socialism and communism
  • Themes= SAD Cycle and Innovation vs. Tradition!
  • Animal Farm- events and characters

4/12

4/12

  • #20 Chapter 27 Vocab Chart and Africa map.
  • Complete the vocab chart. Then go on to the Africa map.
  • Look on pg. 777 to complete the map. Include your own key for your color code. It doesn’t have to have the same colors as the map. Label countries as well.
  • Complete #20 by the end of the hour and turn it in. 

Outline Map of Africa (1)

Chapter 27 vocab 2

4/13

  • Go to Google Classroom and open the #21 Chapter 27/28 assignment posted in the stream.
  • Use the sentence stems to complete the information found in each Thinking Map.
  • Put your answers in BLUE
  • Complete slides 2-5 today. We will review the slides for Participation on Monday!

4/16

Big Ideas:

Class Work:

  • Review Google Classroom Assignment #21 Imperialism Thinking Maps
  • Set Up Imperialism movie thinking map #22
  • Begin movie on Imperialism

4/17

1.Pass out #23 Chapter 27/28 Thinking Map packet.

2.Complete #23 Thinking Map Packet.  The page numbers are at the top of bottom of each map.

3.Packet is due at the end of the hour!

23 Chapter 27 and 28 Thinking Maps 

4/18

  • Reviewed Quizlet
  • Continued Film and #22 Thinking Map

4/19

#24 Chapter 27 and 28 Review Packet…sorry no electronic copy

4/20

  • Took Chapter 27/28 Vocab Quiz
  • Finished Imperialism Film and #22

4/23

  • Finished movie and #22

4/24

No class:  Junior and Freshmen Testing

4/25

Big Ideas:

Class Work:

Notes and Discussion #25 The March to War

25 Marching Toward War Flow Map

4/26

  • Complete #26 A Bloody Stalemate Tree Map with details from pp. 846 – 849.
  • We will go over the Tree Map tomorrow in class for participation.
  • Anything not finished in class is homework.

4/27

Big Ideas:

Classwork:

Complete #25

Begin Review of #26

 

 

Update: 3/19 -3/23

3/19

SLOT Work:

  • Log onto the Chromebook and go to Chapter 25 Industrial Revolution Quizlet
  • Study the quizlet for 7 minutes
  • Take a 15-20 question multiple choice quiz. (5 minutes)
  • Show me the results.
  • Take it again if you have time.

Big Ideas:  Set Up Notes # 14 Changes of the Ind. Revolution

  • Fold your paper in 4- like we have done before.
  • Label the following sections:

1.Industrialization Changes

2.Living Conditions 

3.Working Conditions

4.The Middle Class/Working Class

5.Child Labor

6.Positive Effects

7.Long-Term Effects

8.More Effects

  • Take notes during the group presentations.

ClassWork:  Students took notes on the group presentations.

Homework:  Read Section 2 of Chapter 25

3/20

SLOT Work:  None

Big Ideas:

Class Work: We completed the group presentations and their notes #14

Began:  #15 Guided Notes Reforming the Industrial Revolution

#15 Reforming the Industrial Revolution – Student copy

Homework:  Read section 4 of Chapter 25

3/21

SLOT Work: None

Big Ideas:

  • Main figures?

                 1.

                 2.

                 3.

  • Evidence?
  • For or Against?
  • Evidence?
  • Main Idea?

Class Work:  Continued #15 Guided Notes:  Reforming the Industrial Revolution

Homework:  Read section 4 of Chapter 25

3/22:  Career Exploration and Career Day

3/23

SLOT Work:  None

Big Ideas:

  • Main focus?

1.

  • Evidence?
  • For or Against?
  • Evidence?
  • Message?

Class Work:  Complete Notes #15  Reforming the Industrial Revolution

 

 

 

Update 3/14 – 3/16

3/14

SLOT Work:

  • Students will read the selections and look up unfamiliar vocab using the Chrome books. 5 minutes
  • Students will underline 3 piece of evidence from the article that supports the claim that we identified in class yesterday.
  • Students will work with their groups to fill in Box #2 on their 4 Square.
  • Students will discuss the strongest pieces of evidence to use with their groups and with the class.

Bangladesh Factory Collapse

Social Studies Four Square Document Analysis Chart

Big Ideas:

Class Work:

  • CM 4 Binder Check
  • 10 minutes
  • All Binders must be turned in when the timer goes off.
  • Anything turned in after 10 minutes = Late -5

Not in checklist order? ½ credit only!

Extra Time?

  • Go to Chapter 25 Industrial Revolution Quizlet
  • Review 10 minutes
  • Quizlet self test. Go to options: choose 20 multiple choice only.
  • Show me your score.

Homework:  Read pp. 723-728

3/15

SLOT Work:

  • Students will review working conditions article for purpose and connection. (4 minutes)
  • Purpose = To inform, To persuade, or to Teach
  • Students will squiggle a piece of evidence that supports the purpose.
  • Students will put a STAR by a connection and explain it briefly on the side. Text2Text, Text2World
  • Students will work with their groups to fill in Box #3 and #4 on their 4 Square. (5 minutes)
  • Students will discuss purpose and connection with the class.

Social Studies Four Square Document Analysis Chart

Bangladesh Factory Collapse

Class Work:

  • Each group will receive a card with an assigned section (red or black heading) from the text.
  • Read the section silently first (everyone in the class reads).
  • Your table will then create a thinking map slide(circle map, bubble map, flow map, tree map, multi-flow map, or brace map) to organize the main facts and ideas from your section on Google Classroom.
  • Be sure to include ALL parts of a thinking map!!! Guiding Question, Frame and FOR (page number)
  • Add a visual slide with pics related to your topic.
  • After all the maps are completed, groups will present their maps to the class. (Assignment #14) 20 points summative.

Homework:  work on slide/read pp. 723-728

3/16

SLOT Work:  Career Academies Presentation

Big Ideas:  Collected CM4 Participation Sheet

Class Work:

  • Each group will receive a card with an assigned section (red or black heading) from the text.
  • Read the section silently first (everyone in the class reads).
  • Your table will then create a thinking map slide(circle map, bubble map, flow map, tree map, multi-flow map, or brace map) to organize the main facts and ideas from your section on Google Classroom.
  • Be sure to include ALL parts of a thinking map!!! Guiding Question, Frame and FOR (page number)
  • Add a visual slide with pics related to your topic.
  • After all the maps are completed, groups will present their maps to the class. (Assignment #14) 20 points summative.

Homework:  Complete Industrial Revolution Slide over the Weekend if needed.  Due:  Sunday at 11:59 PM.  Presentations will begin on Monday.