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 CHY4U World History Since the Fifteenth Century

 

Course Questions:

How did we get here?

What are the skills of history and how did I learn them?

 

#1 - Summative - Research Essay

#2 Summative - Interview

My Skills Inventory

 

Course Outline - includes course expectations

CRAAP test - Video of the test in song format here!

 

Glebe Library - for Databases and research help

 

Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday Thursday  Friday

Feb 2 

Labour Day

No school

3

Introduction - Class Rules

 

What is History? - Put together the concept chart

 

What are the top ten most significant events in world history ever? Vote with your marker

 

Top Ten Debrief

How did you decide? What trends did you notice? What is missing and why?

 

 Criteria for Significance - the 4 Rs - Relevant to narrative, resonant today, reveals the past, results in change

 

Historical Thinking Review

Create a museum display based on your primary source - Significance and one other HTC

 

Share museum displays 

 

Reflect: 

What do you better understand about significance? What new understanding do you have about another HTC 

 

Homework:

Bring a journal

 

5

What is "the West"?

Draw it!

Examine the quotations - Your questions and problems with the West? Connect to your diagrams

 

Reading:

Six Cities Jigsaw

 

Which city would you prefer to live in at the time?

 

 

 

6

Six Cities Jigsaw

 

Journal:

Which city do you think was most significant in 1500?

One Question that arise from this activity.

 

7/8

Feb 9

 

Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

Unit Assignment overview

- The Cocktail Party

 

Crash Course: The Renaissance - Was it a Thing?

 

 

Journal: The Renaissance - Significant? Do you agree or disagree with Green?

 

Homework: Read Chapter 2 - The Renaissance in Europe

Choose your top five most significant people, events, developments. Use the significance criteria to explain your choices. 

 

10 

 

Chapter 2:

Significant People, Events, Developments from the Renaissance - Make our top list

 

Crash Course: The Reformation

What were the causes and consequences of the Reformation? 

 

Homework:
For tomorrow, read Chapter 3 - The Reformation in Europe. 

 

Can also watch the Khan Academy short lectures/videos 

 

Take notes on the Causes and Consequences of the Reformation

- sort into social, political, economic,  individuals and groups

11 

 

Check in on Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

Take notes on the Causes and Consequences of the Reformation

- sort into social, political, economic,  individuals and groups

 

 

 

Homework: 

Complete the Triangle Diagram or causes of the Reformation. Place the X according to the most 

12 

 

Documentary

The Palace of Henry VIII - why is he significant?

 

 

 

Homework: 

Complete the Triangle Diagramor causes of the Reformation. Place the X according to the most 

 

13

 

PD Day

14/15 

February 16

 

Family Day

No School

 

17

Discuss (partners) and come to consensus on a Triangle Causation Diagram for the Reformation.

 

Watch Crash Course: Columbian Exchange

 

 

 

18

Read one of Chapter 4, 5, or 6

4 - Exploration

5 - Religious Wars

6 - New order in Science and Politics

- Most significant ideas, people, developments

 

Groups share one of:

Chapter 4, 5 or 6

Peer teaching

 

19 

Unit 1 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

Daniel - Magna Carta

Zach - Dante

 

Homework: Relations with Indigenous Peoples

Jigsaw and Rank the Empires of the Americas

 

20

Jigsaw and Rank the Empires of the Americas

 

 

Watch Crash Course: The Atlantic Slave Trade - Surprises and Questions

 

 

 

21/22 

February 23

 

The Devil's Advocate  - How guilty were slave ship captains and physicians? 

Historical Perspectives

Ethical Dimension

 

 

Homework: Primary Source Reading

Prepare arguments for innocence or guilt

 

 

 

24

 

The Devil's Advocate

Debate the innocence or guilt of the slave ship captains and physicians.

 

Write a short paper (500 words) using the evidence - How guilty were the ship owners?

 

25

 

Unit 1 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

Homework:
The Devil's Advocate due Friday - How guilty were the ship captains? Use the evidence to support your judgment.

26 

Work on Devil's Advocate Paper 

 

 

 

 

 

27

Work on Devil's Advocate Paper 

 

Visit the International Slavery Museum

 

Answer our questions about slavery. Add more as needed.

 

Homework:

Asia and Islam and Russia

Choose a significant PED  - read and be ready to share

 

28/1

March 2

 

Discuss Questions and Answers about slavery

 

Unit Task: Leaders and Legacies - enter the National Capital History Day contest

 

Homework:

Skim chapters 9 and 10, decide on 3 people who might be significant/interesting to do for NCHD

 

3

 

Groups discuss significant people of the non-West (ch. 9 and 10)

 

Criteria for leadership, criteria for legacy

 

Homework: Decide on your project topic, group, format. Do preliminary research (eg. text, wikipedia)

 

Leaders and Legacies

4

 

Leaders and Legacies

 

Must have topic, format, group decided today.

 

Lesson:

Research - using Easybib and databases

 

Homework:

Have 3-4 sources and annotations for Friday

 

For U.S. primary sources: 

National Archives Experience

 

Unit 1 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

Leaders and Legacies

Research Check In - should have 3-4 sources and annotations

 

Lesson:

Formulating a thesis  and using criteria for leadership, legacy (significance)

 

Homework: Have draft product ready for peer review for Monday

7/8

March 9

 

 Peer Review for Leaders and Legacies

 

 

10

 

Work on Leaders and Legacies

11

 

Work on Leaders and Legacies

12 

 

Unit 1 Leaders and Legacies Due - Cocktail party

 

 

13

Unit 2 Seminars - Sofia

 Seminar Topics 

Documents and Artists - Sign up 

 

Unit 1 Review - Build Timeline

14/15

March 16

 

March Break - No School

17

March Break - No School

 

18

March Break - No School

19

March Break - No School

20

March Break - No School

March 23

 

Unit 1 - Unit Wrap  

1) Finish timeline

2) Answer the Big Question - pick a theme and give 3 examples from Unit 1 

3) Skills inventory - choose 1 from each page, explain how and when you used/learned/improved

 

 

Unit 2: 1715- 1815 Revolution and Change

Unit Task - Causes of the Revolution

 

Enlightenment Overview - short video

 

Read Allan Gregg's article from 2012 in the Toronto Star.

What does he mean by enlightenment? 

 

24 

Discuss Allan Gregg's article from 2012 in the Toronto Star.

 

HW: Read chapter 11

 

 

 

 

25 

Unit 2 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

26 

 

Assembly

 

 

27

Submit all outstanding journals with Unit 1 Wrap

 

 

Groups take a section of Chapter 11 from textbook 

 

3-5 main points that speak to the course question or causes of revolution - share on white boards

 

 

 

28/29

 

March 30

 

Read Hobbes/Locke, Montesquieu, Rousseau  etc. excerpts and use primary source questions

 

Jigsaw

How could these ideas lead to revolution?

 

31

French Revolution causes and consequences - reading

 

 

Unit Assignment intro: Causes of the Revolution

 

 

 

April 1

 

Crash Course: French Revolution

 

Groups make causation triangle on white boards

 

Unit Assignment: Causes of the Revolution

2

 

Unit 2 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

3

 

Good Friday - No School

April 6

 

Easter Monday - No School

 

7

 Crash Course: Haitian revolution

 

Haitian Revolution Lecture

 

The Haitian Revolution.pptx

 

Groups make causation triangle organizer

 

Background info

 

Create triangle causation organizer

 

8

American Revolution - crash course

9

Unit 2 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

10 

Work Period for

Causes of the Revolution

April 13

 

Revolutions Essay Due

 

Unit Wrap 

Timeline

Big Question and Skills Inventory in Journal

Historical Nonfiction Books.docx

14

 

Unit 3 - 1815-1915

The Age of ' Isms'

Game19th Century _Isms_ Chart.docx

15

 

Unit 3 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

 

16

 

Library

Work on 'Isms' Cafe

 

17

 

'Isms' Cafe Presen

 

Art19th Century Art.ppttations

April 20

 

Scramble for Africa LectureScramble for Africa .ppt

 

Paragraph Prep

21

 

Paragraph Writing

19th Century Isms Unit Task.doc

 

 

Medical History Lecture - exemplar

22

 

Unit 3 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

 

23

 

Sean Michaels Event in Library

24

 

La Amistad

 

 

 

 

 

April 27

Summative Topics - Discussions

 

19th Century - I Still Wanna Know - choose topics for Thursday

 

 

28

 

Book Report discussions on Historical Thinking

Create tweets!

29

Unit 3 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

Work on Summative proposal

30

 

Summative Proposal (Phase 1) due

 

19th Century - I Still Wanna Know roundtable discussion

May 1

 

National Capital History Day

May 4

 

Summative Research Day - Submit proposals if not done yet.

Laptop cart 2

 

5

 

Unit 3: 1815-1914

Unit Wrap Up - Identify people, events, developments that got us here.

 

Journal:

Answer the Course question with 3 examples from this unit

Complete the Skills Inventory

 

Start Unit 4 - 1914-Present

Defining "here" again

If the 18th century was the century of revolutions, and the 19th was the century of isms, what is the 20th? Is the 21st different? 

6

 

Seminars:

Mapalo and Daniel

 

Book Report Due

7

20th century KWL activity

Develop questions

 

Intro to unit task: Timeitude

 

Choose a topic in the text (or not) that answers a question you have.

Jigsaw your learning

3-5 points - How did we get here? One question you still have. 

 

8

Summative Research Day -  or work on your timeitude

 

Laptop cart 2

 

May 11

 

Research Day Summative or Timeitude

12

 

Research Day Summative or Timeitude

13

Unit 4 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

14

 

Timeitude Due

15

Research day Summative

Laptop cart 2

May 18

 

Victoria Day - No School

19

 

Continue presenting timeitudes

20

 

Unit 4 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

Finish presenting timeitudes

21

 

Glebe Archives Intro

22

Seminars

 

Summative Interview intro

 

Finish presenting timeitudes

 

Messing around in the Archives - treasures and quesitons

May 25

 

Start thinking about your proposal for Archives investigation - question and documents/artifacts

26

 

Messing around in the Archives

27

Research check in 

Unit 4 Seminars

 Seminar Topics Documents and Artists - Sign up here

 

 

 

28

 

Messing around in the Archives

29

 

Messing around in the Archives

June 1

 

Messing around in the Archives

2

 

Messing around in the Archives

3

Summative Research DUE on Easybib

 

 

Preparing for the interview

4

Messing around in the Archives

5

Messing around in the Archives

June 8

 

Prepare to share/present archives 

9

 

Last day to work on Archives. Reflection due tomorrow.

10


Summative Essay DUE

 

Prepare for final interview

11

Interviews

12:30 Tara

1:00 Noah

12

Interviews

2:00 Sophia

2:30 Kurtis

June 15

 

Interviews

12:30 Austen

1:00 

16

 

Last Day of Classes

 

Meet in library for Ottawa Swordplay demo and crepes. Bring fillings for crepes.

17

 

Exams period 1

18

 

Exams period 2

19 

Exams period 3

Interview Day

 

9:00 Rowan

 9:20 Mapalo

 9:40 Ameer

 10:00 Erik

 10:20 Daniel

 10:40 Dylan

 11:00 Shamus

 11:20

June 22

 

Exams period 4

June 23 June 24 June 25

June 26

 

Commencement

 

 

 

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