9th Grade World History

Week 5: September 21 to 27, 2020

 

Schedule of Work and Activities

Sunday, September 20, 2020

 

Due today on or before 6:00 pm.

 

The handout “The Age of Reason: Messages from the Age of Reason”.

 

Be prepared for class discussion based on the material.

 

Monday, September 21, 2020

 

Quiz #2

 

You will get five-point plus bonus quiz based on pages 636 to 638 in your textbook covering the following:

 

From Chapter 28, “Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World”

 

Popular Sovereignty and Political Upheaval (pages 636 to 637)

The Enlightenment and Revolutionary Ideas (637)

Introduction (637)

Science and Society (637)

Voltaire (637)

Deism (637)

The Theory of Progress (637-638)

 

Reviewing the Week Ahead

 

News Review

 

Lesson 63: The Age of Reason / Day Two of Three

 

Reviewing the worksheet you turned in on Sunday for participation / discussion points.  SiR has created a list of your names randomized which he will use to call each of you to answer.  There will also be “free for all” sessions” where anyone can answer for credit.  Remember, participation is a very important part of your class grade do don’t waste your opportunities.

 

Homework

 

Prepare for a five-question plus bonus reading quiz for next time.  It will consist of the following material:

 

Popular Sovereignty (638)

Individual Freedom (638)

Global Influence of Enlightenment Values (638-639)

 

Thursday, September 24, 2020

 

Quiz 3

 

A five-question plus bonus reading quiz for next time.  It will consist of the following material:

 

Popular Sovereignty (638)

Individual Freedom (638)

Global Influence of Enlightenment Values (638-639)

 

News Review

 

Lesson 63: The Age of Reason / Day Three of Three

 

We’ll be finishing our discussion of the questions from “Messages from the Age of Reason” if we didn’t finish last time.

 

Afterward you will be divided up into one of the five philosophers you’re studying.  You will be writing a short letter to the author of the passage.  Respond to the author’s ideas, ask appropriate questions, and include original and relevant questions.  Follow the more detailed instructions on the handout that you can find in Google Classroom.  This work is due on or before 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 27, 2020.