From Hunters to Farmers 54 minutes From the film's description, "With the disappearance of the Neanderthal species some 25, years ago, Homo sapiens reigned supreme across Eurasia--but the human family was still dramatically in flux. What cultural adaptions do we see in European societies between the end of the Ice Age and the beginning of recorded history? Where is the geographical focus of "Western" civilization during this period, and does this focus change?
At the conclusion of the notes, students who did not present on Friday will present today. At the completion of the notes, students will complete a Section 1, 2, 3 review paper in class. Review paper In class Wednesday: Students will play the Test Review game, 1 vs. Work on Project in class - Students will spend the entire period working with their groups on their selected topic of West Africa.
Spartacus was a famous ancient Roman slave who did manage to escape and form a group of slaves who defeated the Roman army in battle. However, their success did not last for long as the army managed to stop more slaves from joining Spartacus and killed those that had survived the battle. reading: "Roman Slavery, Gladiators, & the Spartacus Revolt." Questions/ Activities: How did Rome gain power in the Mediterranean region? What were some of the causes of the weakening of the Roman economy in the 3c C.E.? Why did the Roman government begin recruiting foreign mercenaries in the 3c? What were the effects of this recruitment on. Thracian born Roman gladiator, Spartacus is now considered the stuff of legend. To this day, books, movies, and TV shows have been created to highlight the strength of this rebel slave and the power of a good, common cause.
Students will then work on a Section 1 Quiz, and Vocabulary Builder. Students will answer 5 Exit Questions before they leave class. SQ 1, VB 1 Wednesday: Work on Project in class - Students will one final day to spend the entire period working with their groups on their selected topic of West Africa.
This project will be presented in class tomorrow. African Projects - Students will present their project on W. Africa to the class. This presentation is a group project that will count as a Test Grade. Projects In class posted Feb 15, The students will then complete an in-class pre-assessment of the key principles they will learn in this Chapter Due: Flashcards In class Wednesday: At the conclusion of the survey, students will complete a Map assignment on Google classroom.
At the conclusion of notes, students will have an assignment on Google classroom to complete on African Geography. West African Geography posted Feb 4,4: Chapter 12 Quiz Tuesday: Students will then work on a Section Quiz and Vocabulary Builder paper in class.
Section Quiz 2 Wednesday: At the conclusion of reading students will complete a review paper in class to help prepare for Friday's Test.
At the conclusion of the notes, students will play the review game, 1 vs. Study for Test - Students will take a Test over the material from the Islamic world. Test posted Jan 25,7:Worksheet #2c Tiberius Gracchus and Land Reform Legislation.
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Thracian born Roman gladiator, Spartacus is now considered the stuff of legend. To this day, books, movies, and TV shows have been created to highlight the strength of this rebel slave and the power of a good, common cause.
United States: San Antonio (Tx) Search. Spokane (Wa), United States; The Potteries, United Kingdom. How are the values of the slave rebellion in Plutarch’s account a combination of Greek and Roman?
How does Roman geography figure into the conflict between Spartacus and the Roman army?