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    8/19- Syllabus, Why Study History?

    8/20, 8/21- Fundamentals (slides), primary/secondary source questions, limited evidence activity

    8/22, 8/23- Notes on Greece and Persia, government types activity

        Homework: Response questions on government types activity

    8/26, 8/27- Greek and Persian culture group presentations, World Religions Notebook- Greek Polytheism and Zoroastrianism

        Homework: Finish World Religions Notebook

    8/28, 8/29- Athenian democracy debate (document packet), Is Athens a democracy? response question

    8/30, 9/3: Notes on Persian Wars

    9/4, 9/5: Notes on Peloponnesian War, Persian and Peloponnesian War cause and effect sorting, readings on Persian women

        Homework: Prepare for discussion on women in Persia

    9/6, 9/9: Persian women discussion, Battle of Thermopylae estimates response, Alexander the Great evidence

         Homework: Finish Alexander the Great

    9/10, 9/11: Evaluating evidence, Greece and Persia review

         Homework: Study for test

    9/12, 9/13: Greece and Persia test

        Homework: Read textbook section 6.1 and answer "Explain the government and legal system of the Roman Republic.  Do you agree that this was a 'balanced' government?"

     9/16, 9/17: Notes on Roman republic, start document questions for citizenship DBQ

        Homework: Finish document questions

    9/18, 9/19: Notes on Qin dynasty, citizenship DBQ essay

        Homework: Finish DBQ essay

    9/20, 9/23: Notes on Han dynasty, filial piety stories (http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~asia/24ParagonsFilialPiety.html), problem solving in the Roman republic, notes on transition from Roman republic to empire

    9/24, 9/25: Roman Empire and Christianity response, Roman republic and empire flag creation, fall of the Roman empire hexagons 

        Homework: Christianity section of world religions notebook

    9/26, 9/27: Rome and China review

    9/30, 10/1: Rome and China test, Medieval Europe invasions mapping

    10/2, 10/3: Notes on early Middle Ages and feudalism, feudalism game, how did feudalism work? response

     10/4, 10/7: Feudalism diagram, medieval church activity, chivalry primary source

    10/8, 10/9: Medieval church review, notes on medieval church, chivalry secondary source and response, start dark ages document packet

        Homework: Work on dark ages documents

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