• GLOBAL HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY II

    Homework Assignment Lists:

    (1st Semester)

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    Napoleon on the Battlefield of Eylau, Jean-Antoine Gros, 1807
     

         GLOBAL ABSOLUTISM (CHAPTERS 14. 2 & 4, 10.4-5)

                01    -    Rd. pp. 452-455; Do p. 455, 3-6 (Due: 9/21)

                02    -    Rd. pp. 324-328; Do p. 328, 3-5 (Due: 9/21)

                03    -    Rd. pp. 329-333; Do p. 333, 3-6 (Due: 9/21)

                04    -    Rd. pp. 461-465; Do p. 465, 3-6 (Due: 9/21)

               SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION & THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT (CHAPTERS 13.5 & 17.1-2)

                05    -    Rd. pp. 434-439; Do p. 438, 1-5. (Due: 10/05)

                06    -    Rd. Viewpoints: Does the Earth Move? Do 1-3; also do Concept Connector, p.
                             439, 1 & 2. (Due: 10/05)

                07    -    Create a chart identifying the important figures (at least 7) of the Scientific
                             Revolution and their greatest achievement: provide a lengthy explanation
                             of each achievement and dates, if possible.
    *Note: This assignment must be
                             typed.
    (Due: 10/05)         

                08    -    Rd. pp. 544-549; Do Sec. 1, p. 548, 2-5; Rd. Viewpoints: Voltaire; do 1-3.
                             (Due: 10/12)

                09    -    Rd. Primary Source: John Locke, p. 549, Do Thinking Critically, 1 & 2. (Due: 10/12)
     
                10    -    Rd. pp. 550-556; Do p. 555, 2-6; Rd.
    Viewpoints: From Essay on the Form of
                            Government by Frederick II
    ;
    Do 1-3. (Due: 10/12)

                11    -    Rd. Viewpoints: Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, Do 1-3; and Rd.
                            
    Viewpoints: On Enlightenment Views on Education, Do 1-3. (Due: 10/12)
      
                
    THE FRENCH REVOLUTION AND NAPOLEON (CH. 18)

                11    -    Rd. pp. 572-577; Do p. 577, 3-5; also, respond to the question "What three factors
                             led to the start of the French Revolution?" (Due: 10/26)

                12    -    Rd. pp. 578-584; Do p. 583, 3-5 and do p. 584, Thinking Critically: 1-2. (Due: 10/26)

                13    -    Rd. pp. 585-591; Do p. 590, 2-6 and do p. 591, Thinking Critically: 1-2. (Due: 10/29)

                14    -    Rd. pp. 592-600; Do p. 600, 2-5; also respond to the question "What factors led to
                             the downfall of  Napoleon?" (Due: 10/29)

                15    -    
    Rd. Viewpoints: Two Views of Napoleon, do 1-3. (Due: 10/30)

                REVOLUTIONS IN EUROPE AND LATIN AMERICA (CH. 20)

             
       16    -    Rd. pp. 634-637; Do p. 637, 1, 3-5. (Due: 11/28)

                17    -    Rd. pp. 638-643; Do p. 643, 3-5. (Due: 11/29)

                18    -    Rd. pp. 645-650; Do p. 650, 3-5 & Primary Source: Simon Bolivar, p. 651, 1-2
                            (Due: 11/30)

                NATIONALISM TRIUMPHS IN EUROPE (CH. 22)

     
               19    -    Rd. pp. 692-695; Do p. 695, 3-5 & Viewpoint Activity- Bismarck (Due: 12/10)

                20    -    Rd. pp. 696-699; Do p. 699, 3-5 (Due: 12/10)

                21    -    Rd. pp. 700-704; Do p. 704, 3-5 & Biography Activity - Verdi (Due: 12/11)

                22    -    Rd. pp. 705-708; Do p. 708, 3-5. (Due: 12/11)

                23    -    Rd. pp. 710-715; Do p. 715, 3-5 & Primary Source Activity - Dostoyevsky
                             (Due: 12/12)

                DAWN OF THE INDUSTRIAL AGE & LIFE IN THE INDUSTRIAL AGE (CH'S. 19 & 21)

                
    24
        -    Rd. pp. 608-611; Do p. 611, 3-5 (Due: 01/09)

                25    -    Rd. pp. 612-615; Do p. 615, 3-5 & Research ONE invention from the
                              textile or transportation industries and explain its significance on the
                              industrial progress of Europe and America. (Due: 01/09)

                26    -    Rd. pp. 616-620; Do p. 620, 3-5 & p. 621, Primary Source: The Condition 
                             of the Working Class in England in 1844
    . (Due: 01/10)

                27    -    Rd. pp. 622-626; Do p. 626, 3-5 & Pick ONE economic system and provide an
                             example of it from any country around the world. You cannot use the U.S.A.
                             (Due: 01/10)

                28    -    Rd. pp. 660-666; Do p. 666, 3-5. (Due: 01/11)

                29    -    Rd. pp. 667-671; Do p. 671, 3-5. (Due: 01/11)

                30    -    Rd. pp. 674-680; Do p. 680, 3-5. (Due: 01/14)

                31 
       -    Rd. pp. 681-684; Do p. 684, 3-5. (Due: 01/14)

                THE NEW IMPERIALISM & NEW GLOBAL PATTERNS (CH'S. 24-25)

                32    -    Rd. pp. 750-753; Do p. 753, 3-4. (Due: 01/15)

                33    -    Rd. pp. 754-760; Do p. 760, 3-6. (Due: 01/15)

                34    -    Rd. pp. 762-766 & 767-771; Do p. 766, 3-6 & p. 771, 3-4. (Due: 01/16)

                35    -    Rd. pp. 773-777; Do p. 777, 3-5 & Primary Source Activity -
                             The Great Powers Divide China
      (Due: 01/16)

                36    -    Rd. pp. 784-790 & 791-795; Do p. 790, 3-6 & p. 795, 3-6. (Due: 01/17)

                37    -    Rd. pp. 796-800; p. 800, 3-6. (Due: 01/18)

                38    -    Rd. pp. 801-807; p. 807, 3-6. (Due: 01/19)

                WORLD WAR I (CH. 26.1-4)

                39    -    Rd. pp. 816-821 & 822-827; Do p. 821, 3-6 & p. 827, 3-6. (Due: )

                40    -    Rd. pp. 829-833 & 834-838; Do p. 833, 3-6 & p. 838, 3-5. (Due: )