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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 73: Islam: Empire of Faith Stump the Champ questions.

Page 72: How did Islam Become a World Religion? Notes.

Page 71: Warm Up, December 7; Warm Up, December 10.

Page 70: CNN 10, November 30; CNN 10, Dec. 7.

Page 69: What is Islam? notes.

Page 68: The Five Pillars graphic organizer

Page 67: What is Islam? video questions.

Page 66: The Real Story of Thanksgiving Stump the Champ questions.

Page 65: Student Reading: Islam Study Questions.

Page 64: Why Islam? The Role of Religion in Society graphic organizer.

Page 63: World Religions graphic organizer.

Page 62: Veterans Day response.

Page 61: CNN 10, November 9; CNN 10, November 16.

Page 60: Role of Religion Notes.

Page 59: What is the role of religion in society? response; religion defined.

Page 58: Chinese Innovations/Inventions.

Page 57: Terra Cotta Army Stump the Champ questions.

Page 56: Han DynastyVenn Diagram.

Page 55: Han Dynasty Fun Facts.

Page 54: Warm Up, Oct. 31; Han Dynasty Similarities/Differences.

Page 53: Diocletian/Constantine/Fall of Rome Notes.

Page 52: Warm Up, October 24; Warm Up, October 25; Colosseum: A Gladiator’s Story video guide.

Page 51: Warm Up, October 22; Rome: Engineering an Empire Stump the Champ questions.

Page 50: CNN 10, October 19.

Page 49: Rome: Engineering an Empire Stump the Champ questions.

Page 48: Warm Up, October 19.

Page 47: Rome: Engineering an Empire Stump the Champ questions

Page 46: Warm Up, Oct. 18; Pax Romana Notes.

Page 45: Afroeurasia Tour.

Page 44: Augustus/Decision to Split the Empire Notes, p. 44.

Page 43:  Rome: Engineering an Empire Stump the Champ questions.

Page 42: How did Rome go from a republic to an empire? response.

Page 41: Julius Caesar video Notes.

Page 40: Julius Caesar Notes.

Page 39: Rome: The Punic Wars Notes.

Page 38: Republic defined; Republic Notes.

Page 37: Roman expansion sentence.

Page 36: Warm Up, October 8.

Page 35:  Age of Alexander: Engineering an Empire Stump the Champ questions.

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Page 33: Greek speech.

Page 32: Decline of Greece questions, October 2.

Page 31: CNN 10, Sept. 28; CNN 10, October 5.

Page 30: Foot Soldiers: The Greeks Video Guide

Page 29: At War/Weapons Reading, p. 29.

Page 28: SPLAR (SciencePhilosophyLiterature and Theater, Art and Architecture, Religion and Recreation) notes.

Page 27: Classical Empire notes.

Page 26: Comparing Athens and Sparta.

Page 25: Ancient Greece video guide.

Page 24: Geography of Greece/City-States/Types of Government Notes.

Page 23: US Constitution/Preamble activities.

Page 22: Classical Empire Notes.

Page 21: CNN 10, September 14; CNN 10, Sept. 21.

Page 20: What is an empire? Notes.

Page 19: Habits of Mind Formative Assessment.

Page 18: Afroeurasia Notes.

Page 17: Maps of My Life – Lincoln

Page 16: Maps of My Life – World 

Page 15: Multiple Perspectives notes.

Page 14: Why do we look at things far away and close up?; List seven locations around the world that are important to you.; List seven locations around Lincoln that are important to you.

Page 13: How do we know what we know? response.

Page 12: Warm Up, Sept. 5.

Page 11: Warm Up, Sept. 4; Mystery of Easter Island Stump the Champ questions.

Page 10: CNN 10, Aug. 31; CNN 10, Sept. 7.

Page 9: Warm Up, Aug. 31; Mystery of Easter Island Stump the Champ questions.

Page 8: Primary Sources/Secondary Sources Notes;

Page 7: Close Reading/Contextualization/Sourcing/Corroboration Notes.

Page 6: Warm Up, August 27; Threshold moments explaination.

Page 5: Warm Up: August 24; CNN 10, August 24.

Page 4: Warm Up, August 23; Big History questions.

Page 3: What is Big History? story.

Page 2: What is Big History? Notes.

Page 1: Asia Tour.

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