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Honors World History Schedule
Unit 1
Key Dates:
 Monday, 8/8---World History Review Quiz
 Monday, 8/22—Vocabulary Quiz
 Wednesday, 8/24—Unit Test
Monday: 8/1
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Go over Syllabus and Classroom Expectations
Textbooks
Tuesday: 8/2
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Reading/Homework Due:
World History Activity
Friday: 8/5
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Reading/Homework Due:
Review Religions
Thursday: 8/4
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Reading/Homework Due: Get Syllabus Signed.
Leave World History Textbook at HOME!
Review World History
Wednesday: 8/3
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Reading/Homework Due:
World History Activity and Presentations
Reading/Homework Due: Modify and Finish
Presentations
Monday: 8/8
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Review Quiz
Tuesday: 8/9
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Reading/Homework Due: Read Ch. 13.2 (p.358-363)
Optional Note-taking Ch. 13.3,( p. 364-369)
We will discuss the feudal nature of medieval society and its cultural characteristics.
Feudal Town Activity
Thursday: 8/11
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Reading/Homework Due:
Knights: Code of Chivalry
Medieval Law
Friday: 8/12
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Reading/Homework Due:
Review Early Middle Ages
How did the Fall of Rome affect economy, government, and trade?
Wednesday: 8/10
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Reading/Homework Due: Study!!! Look over Notes!
Reading/Homework Due: Ch. 13.4 and 14.1 (p.370373 and 379-381)
Discussion of the roll of the Church in Medieval society (Church v. State).
(Please go back and revisit Ch. 6.3 (p.170-172) about the early Church prior to our discussion.)
Monday: 8/15
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We will continue our discussion of the roll of the Church
Tuesday: 8/16
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Reading/Homework Due:
Reading/Homework Due: Read Ch. 14.2 (p.382-385)
We will discuss the Crusades, and the changing nature of European civilization.
Reading/Homework Due: Read Ch. 14.3 and 14.4
(p.393-397 and 401-403) Optional Note-Taking
Ch.14.2 (p.387-392)
We will discuss political developments in England and France leading up to the Hundred Years’ War.
Wednesday: 8/17
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Thursday: 8/18
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We will continue our discussion of shifts in European society by talking about the Great Schism and the
Bubonic Plague
Friday: 8/19
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Reading/Homework Due: Read Ch. 14.4 (p.398401)—stop at Hundred Years’ War
Reading/Homework Due:
We will continue the discussion of the Late Middle Ages
Monday: 8/22
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Unit 1 Vocab Quiz
Tuesday: 8/23
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Reading/Homework Due:
We will finish up any remaining content for the unit. Review for the exam.
Wednesday: 8/24
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Reading/Homework Due:
Reading/Homework Due: Study, study, study!!!
Unit 1 Exam
*** This schedule is subject to change. ***