In the attachment you will find twelve documents. Complete the source worksheet for SIX of the documents in the attachment. This is assignment is due at the end of the class period in which it was assigned.
Discussion Post #5 is now open. The discussion will close on January 27. Be sure to read the rubric on how points are earned.
Here is the Ch 25 study guide. Be sure to complete all parts prior to the Unit 5 exam.
There are many causes of the French Revolution. Your task is to visually depict these causes. You will work with a small group, no more than four, and create a visual representation of the causes of the French Revolution. Words may be used sparingly. This assignment is due at the end of the period in which it was assigned.
Click on the link below and read 19.1, 19.4, and 19.6. Answer the questions at the end of each reading. Email all responses to firstname.lastname@example.org
- What was the factory system?
- How and why did it originate?
- What was it intended to do?
19.4-A Defense of the Factory System
- How does Andrew Ure defend the Factory System?
- What specific points does he address?
- Are his arguments persuasive? Why or why not?
19.6-Luddism: An Assault on Technology
- What does the author postulate as having been the origins of Luddism?
- What is the author’s position, and what arguments does he bring out, pro-and-con, concerning the Luddites?
- Does the author view the Luddites as criminals or victims? Explain.
Discussion Post #4 is now open. Be sure to read the rubric on how points will be awarded.
Read pages 520-544 of the textbook.
If you do not want to sit down and read the 24 pages at one time, read 9 pages per night (Monday – Wednesday) this will get the reading done by Wednesday night. In time for the weekly reading quiz on Friday. Reading the book is IMPORTANT. Not reading the book will result in low quiz/test/homework grades and will make passing the AP exam more difficult.
These questions are designed to help students gain comprehension while reading the chapter. Answers should be handwritten and put in their own words (not plagiarized – points will be deducted for answers that have been copied from other students/sources)
These flashcard terms are designed to help students study for essays/chapter tests/reading quizzes/flashcard quizzes.
Flashcards must be handwritten on 4×6 cards (they provide students more space than 3×5 cards). These flashcards will become useful study tools at the end of the class when preparing for the AP Exam in May.