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Student Notebook

This is the repository of class- and homework completed in 7A Social Studies. Please make sure you keep your note book current and that you take it home to study frequently.

Page 58: The Plague Notes.

Page 57: Warm Up, April 16.

Page 56: The Plague Notes.

Page 55: CNN 10, April 12; CNN 10, April 18.

Page 54: The Plague notes.

Page 53: Warm Up, April 11.

Page 52: Warm Up, April 9; Warm Up, April 10.

Page 51: Notable Nebraskans.

Page 50: Global Citizenship.

Page 49: Warm Up, April 8.

Page 48: CNN 10, March 29.

Page 47: Standard 7.1 Formative Assessment.

Page 46: The Crusades, Crescent and the Cross Stump the Champ questions.

Page 45: The Crusades: Crescent and the Cross Cornell Notes.

Page 44: The Crusades: Crescent and the Cross questions.

Page 43: A History of Christian/Muslim Conflict.

Page 42: Afroeuasia Tour.

Page 41: Calamity defined with three examples;The Population of Afroeurasia: 1000 – 1500 CE.

Page 40: List the legacies of the Mongols mentioned in Tim Cope: On the Trail of Genghis KhanMongol Legacy writing assignment.

Page 39: Legacy defined; Mongol Legacy Notes.

Page 38: Document A: A Letter from Chinggis Khan summary.

Page 37: CNN 10, March 1; CNN 10, March 22.

Page 36: Kublai Khan: The Mongol Empire Cornell notes.

Page 35:  Kublai Khan: The Mongol Empire Cornell notes.

Page 34: Kublai Khan interrogatory.

Page 33: Chinggis Khan video questionsKublai Khan notes.

Page 32: List three things that made Chinggis Khan significant; Chinggis Khan interrogatory.

Page 31: Chinggis Khan notes.

Page 30: Significance of Time Magazine People of the Year.

Page 29: Primary Documents A, B, C Notes.

Page 28: Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire Notes.

Page 27: CNN 10, February 15.

Page 26: Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire Notes.

Page 25: One-word Mongol description with rationale.

Page 24: Standard 6.1 Formative assessment.

Page 23: Who were the Mongols? Notes.

Page 22: Cultural broker/steppe defined.

Page 21: Villain drawing with five characteristics.

Page 20: East Asian Trade: Swahili Notes; Kilwa/Great Zimbabwe Notes.

Page 19: How did Mansa Musa contribute to African trade? response.

Page 18: What is Currency? Notes.

Page 17: Warm Up, Feb. 1.

Page 16: Silk Road Trade graphic organizer.

Page 15: Song Dynasty Notes.

Page 14: CNN 10, January 25.

Page 13: Tang Dynasty Notes.

Page 12: China: Dynasties of Power video guide.

Page 11: Han Dynasty notes.

Page 10: The Silk Road notes.

Page 9: Life in the Middle Ages: The Merchant video guide.

Page 8: Why Did the Feudal System Eventually Go Away? Graphic Organizer.

Page 7: CNN 10, January 11; CNN 10, January 18.

Page 6: Italian Trade Interactive Reading Guide.

Page 5: Advantages/disadvantages of the feudal system (January 8).

Page 4: Life in the Middle Ages: The Serfs Video Guide.

Page 3: Feudal System Chart/Notes.

Page 2: People of the Feudal System Notes.

Page 1: Afroeurasia Tour.

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