Assignments - World History
Below is a list of assignments and due dates. Please note, due dates are subject to change.
Packet Cover Sheets
*Note: All packet assignments must be in the following order for full credit:
Ch.14-15 Due: Fri 6/1
Ch.17 Due: Fri 5/11
Ch.16 Due: Tues 5/1
Ch.13 Due: Fri 4/20
Ch.12 Due: Tues 4/10
Ch.11 Due: Thurs 3/22
Ch.10 Due: Wed 2/21
Ch.9 Due: Fri 2/2
Ch.8 Due: Fri 1/12
Ch.7 Due: Thurs 12/14
Ch.5-6 Due: Thurs 11/16
Ch.4 Due: Fri 10/20
Ch.3 Due: Thurs 10/5
Ch.2 Due: Thurs 9/21
Ch.1 Due: Mon 9/11
Columbus Day DBQ
Columbus Day DBQ instruction slides
The Americas One Pager
Black Plague DBQ
Black Plague DBQ instructions (Google slides)
The Black Death Map Timeline (Map Activity #1)
Medieval Europe One Pager
China Travel Brochure
You are a travel agent with a time machine! Your job is to create a travel brochure to medieval China so you can sell this trip to your customers.
Tang & Song Inventions Foldable
In your foldable include:
7 World Activities
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Gold & Halite Investigation Lab - Video
Read the listed portions of the textbook or the passage provided and answer the questions in complete sentences by restating the question in your answer.
Read "Two Ways of Life" on p.56
1. What is the difference between nomads and sedentary people?
2. What animal was important to a nomad’s way of life in Arabia?
Read "A Message for Muhammad" on p.60
3. Describe the beginning of Islam.
4. When did Muhammad become of prophet of God?
Islam in America
…What is clear is the make up of the first real wave of Muslims in the United States: African slaves of whom 10 to 15 percent were said to be Muslims. Maintaining their religion was difficult and many were forcibly converted to Christianity. Any effort to practice Islam, and keep the traditional clothing and names alive had to be done in secret. There was an enclave of African-Americans on the Georgia coast that managed to maintain their faith until the early part of the 20th century.
5. How do historians believe the first Muslims came to America?
6. How were these first Muslims treated in America?
Read "Islamic Beliefs and Practices": "The Qur'an" and "The Sunnah" on p.66-67
7.What is the Qur’an?
8.How is the Sunnah different from the Qur’an
World Religions Map