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Unit Quiz/Test Day Tomorrow

Unit 2 is just about complete.  By the end of the day tomorrow, you should all be “masters” in Ancient Egypt and the Near East.  I will accept nothing less than excellence!!

After Turkey Day break we will be starting a mini-unit on Ancient India.  There were some awesome things that came out of these ancient civilizations.

Be prepared to get your techie shoes on because we will be interacting and communicating with each other on a more technological format.


Unit 2 – Review

With the upcoming “big quiz,” I figured that you guys and gals might need a study guide.  So, here it is! 

If you finish this by Tuesday, November 24th, you might be in for a surprise.

Unit 2 Study Guide

We Have a Winner

After tallying up the scores and and analyzing the results of the Student Evaluation Spreadsheet, it was decided that “Theseus and the Minotaur” was your favorite video.  To see how your video ranked, check out the chart below.  (Keep in mind that “Hammurabi’s Code” was not completely finished)  The words are a little hard to read, but all you have to do is click on the image and magnify it a little.

Student Evaluation of Stop-Motion Videos

Just a few questions…

I’ve been fooling around with all that Google Docs has to offer.  I made a short little quiz that I’d like all of you to take.  It is only 4 questions, so it shouldn’t take you too long.  Don’t worry…I won’t put the results in my gradebook.  They are only for assessment purposes. 

Visit this link below:

Early Middle Ages:  Quiz 1