Unit: Medieval Europe
2-27 L: Germanic Kingdoms/ H: "Monks and Hermits" worksheet
2-28 Textbook Research: Germanic Kingdoms and Map sheet 38/40
3-1/2 Review/ In-class reading: The Rule of St. Benedict/ Video Research: The Franks
3-3 Textbook Review: Christianity/ H: "Charlemagne" worksheet
3-6 L: Feudalism/ H: "Nobility" worksheet and study for quiz
3-7 Challenge questions "Ladies" and "Knights"/ H: Finish and Study for Quiz
3-8/9 Review/ In-class reading: "Charlemagne and the Pope"/ Video Research: Dark Ages/ H: Study for Quiz
3-10 Quiz: Germanic Kingdoms/ Feudalism
3-13 Video Research: Beowulf/ H: "Minorities" worksheet
3-14 L: The Age of Chivalry/ Textbook Research: Feudalism/ Finish and Study for Quiz
3-15/16 Review/ Project, all periods: Coat of Arms, 20 points, due 3-21/ Video Research: Castle/ H: Study for Quiz
3-17 Quiz: Age of Chivalry
3-20 L: The Catholic Church in the Middle Ages/ H: "Women" and "Great Minds" worksheets
3-21 Textbook Research: The Catholic Church/ H: Study for Quiz
3-22/23 Review/ In-class reading: The Pardoner's Tale/ Video Research: Cathedral/ H: Study for Quiz
3-24 Quiz: The Catholic Church in the Middle Ages
3/27 Video Research: Vikings
3-28 Packet work: The Crusades/ H: Study for quiz
3-29/30 Review/ Video Research: The Black Death/ H: Study for quiz
3-31 Quiz: Vikings, Crusades, the Black Death
4-3 L: The Example of England/ H: "Legal System" worksheet and study for Mid-term Test
4-4 Textbook Research: England/ H: Finish and Study for Mid-term Test
4-5/6 Review/ Video Research: the Saxons/ H: Study for Mid-term Test
4-7 Medieval Europe Mid-term Test
4-10 to 4-14 SBAC Testing Week: "Joan of Arc" video research notes and writing assignment
4-17 to 4-21 Spring Break: No School
4-24 L: Changes in the Late Middle Ages/ H: "Universities" and "Science" worksheets
4-25 Textbook Research: Towns and Cities
4-26/27 Review/ Medieval Europe Open Book Test
4-28 Video Research: Medieval Soldier
Learning Objectives: The following are the main types of assignments that students will perform during this school year, along with the learning objective for each.
Lessons (Note taking practice): Students will organize historical facts into important themes. Students will also develop subject specific vocabulary during this practice.
In-Class Readings: Students will analyze primary and secondary source documents pertaining to that week's historical theme.
Textbook Research: Students will use the textbook as a secondary source to expand their historical knowledge, as well as practice reading comprehension and analysis skills.
Video, audio, web research: Students will use technology to access various secondary and primary sources, including broadcast documentaries pertaining to that week's theme, artistic and architectural examples of each culture's achievements, and literary products of those cultures. This will include opportunities for writing, listening and speaking practice as outlined in the California state standards for language development in History.
Projects: Students will apply their understanding of the concepts studied in class time by creating artistic and/or literary products. Written products will reflect the California state standard for language development in History.
Quiz/Test: Students will take quizzes as formative assessments during a unit of study, and a final test at the end of that unit, to demonstrate their achievement in understanding for that unit of work.
Portfolio: Students will practice their preparation and organization skills by turning in all work for a unit at the end of that unit in a prescribed manner, demonstrating a graded level of organization (0-100%).
There are two voluntary extra-credit assignments available to the students each trimester. They usually involve the application of independent research and/or writing skills as outlined in the California state standards for language development in History.
California State Standards documents can be located at this web site: http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/