Today we talked about the Chinese Civil War and the rise of Communism. It was a lot of content, but we had a deep and meaningful conversation!
Your note cards are due on Wednesday!
Today, you need to submit a thesis statement to TurnItIn.com by the end of the period. You will receive feedback on this thesis by the end of the weekend.
Here's a helpful link for your primary source research:
Today we had our final work day on our first 12 note cards, which are due to TurnItIn.com tomorrow before class.
As a reminder, you can export your note cards on NoodleTools by selecting "Print" and "Export as Word Doc".
Today we talked about how to use the many fantastic resources available in our library, mainly books and online databases. Then we spent our period working with these resources to continue researching our research paper topics.
Your first 12 note cards are due on Friday before class to TurnItIn.com!
Today we spent the period working towards our World History Research paper. You have work days everyday this week with half of your note cards being due on Friday.
Today we talked about the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of European imperialism in China. We talked about the Century of Humiliation, the Opium Wars, and the subsequent rebellions that followed such as the Taiping and the Boxer Rebellion.
Then, we talked about the importance of slogans in marketing. In order to refresh ourselves on each dynasty that we've studied we started writing a single slogan for each dynasty. These slogans are due Monday.
Also, your signature sheet for the World History paper is due in class on Monday. Parts 1 and 2 (from yesterday) are due on TurnItIn.com before class on Monday.
Today we will spend some time working on our preliminary research for our World History Research Project.
Here is the document for Parts 1 and 2, which is due to TII before class on Monday.
Today we started talking about the Qing and the Ming dynasties. Then we introduced our semester two papers!
Your first few steps (linked here) are due on Monday to TII.com
Here are the other documents: