Use the textbook OR the two websites listed on the WWI page of this site to prove one of the predictions you made in class today. Be sure to write down the source of your proof.
If you were absent use the images on THIS POWER-POINT to make predictions about WWI. Categorize the predictions by the 4 categories given at the end of the power-point.
You will also need to make up an open notes quiz on causes.
Complete THIS MAP ASSIGNMENT.
Re-do, or do for the first time, the 8 sentences assigned last week. See last Tuesday's post for the specific directions.
If you were absent, you need to copy notes about long term and immediate causes from a classmate, complete all parts of the WWI causes sheet, and view the unit overview on the WWI page of this web site.
WWI Causes Sheet
If you were absent you must stay after to make up the imperialism test when you return. You also need to read the short story, "The Gentleman of the Jungle", and explain how you can infer from the story how imperialism caused WWI.
Study for your imperialism unit test.
If you were absent, copy from a classmate the three study strategy options when you return. Prepare for the unit test tomorrow.
Study for your Imperialism Unit Test - Friday
If you were absent you need to turn in your 8 sentences that were due today and complete the graphic organizer below.
Effects of Imperialism Graphic Organizer
Write 8 sentences that contain past vocab words or words from your current unit overview:
Label each sentence. All must be about IMPERIALISM
27.3,4,5 Comparison & OR
Complete the notes assigned to you. See Friday's post for assignment.
Study for your Imperialism Unit Test(FRI 11/21)
Notes on assigned section due Tuesday 11/18
Last Name Section #
1. WMB theme statement
2. Look at the political cartoon on the Imperialism page of this website or on page 696 of your textbook and write notes about it. What do you think it means? How do you know this from the image?
IF YOU MISSED TODAY'S 27.2 QUIZ YOU MUST COMPLETE THOSE NOTES FOR WEDNESDAY AND STAY AFTER TO MAKE IT UP.
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