Mr. Valenzuela
24Jan/18

Humanities 7 – Homework – Jan 24

Jeopardy

Today in class, students concluded their review of the Mid Term exam by using various study strategies, including a Jeopardy review.

microsoft_word_logo Mid Term Jeopardy Answer Sheet

link Mid Term Review Jeopardy Game

link Africa Map Practice Game

link Africa Map Practice Quiz (Source: LizardPoint)

link Countries of Africa Flashcards (Source: Quizlet)

Homework - Study for tomorrow's Mid Term Exam! Make sure you have all your pages of your notebook UP-TO-DATE to be submitted to Mr. Valenzuela.

 

23Jan/18

Humanities 7 – Homework – Jan 23

flashcards

Today in class, students began to get prepared for the Mid Term Exam (on Thursday 1/25) by practicing various study strategies.

adobe-pdf-logo Mid Term Quizlet Matching Review

link Africa Map Practice Game

link Africa Map Practice Quiz (Source: LizardPoint)

link Countries of Africa Flashcards (Source: Quizlet)

Homework - p. 56 - On a separate sheet of paper, create a fake test of 15 questions AND their answers on information from Units 3 & 4.

22Jan/18

Humanities 7 – Mid Term Flashcards – Study For Thursday’s Test!

8Nov/17

Humanities 7 – Homework – Nov 8

girl-studying-and-writing1

Today in class, students assessed their knowledge of content in Humanities from the entire term by taking the Term 1 Test.

Homework - There is NO new homework tonight! The term ends TOMORROW, so any missing work must be turned into Mr. Valenzuela by tomorrow at the latest.

Make sure to bring in a new one-subject notebook to set up for Term 2 in-class on Monday 11/13.

7Nov/17

Humanities 7 – Homework – Nov 7

Jeopardy

Today in class, students reviewed what they have learned in Humanities during this term, in preparation for their Term 1 Test on Wednesday 11/8, by completing a review game in groups.

link Humanities 7 Term 1 Jeopardy Review

link Quizlet: Term 1 Flashcards

Homework - Study for your Term 1 Test TOMORROW!

6Nov/17

Humanities 7 – Unit 2 Student Survey

6Nov/17

Humanities 7 – Homework – Nov 6

studying1

Today, Mr. Valenzuela was not in school, but in class students worked with Mr. Olivieri to begin preparing for the Term 1 Test. Students completed a notes review of pages 1-49 of their notebooks, then students created a "fake test" of 25 questions AND their answers related to the most important information from Units 1 and 2 this term.

Homework - Complete the Unit 2 Student Survey on the class website. Continue studying for the Term 1 Test by using another one of our study strategies, including using the Term 1 Flashcards on the class website.

6Nov/17

Humanities 7 – Term 1 Flashcards – Study For Wednesday’s Test!

3Nov/17

Humanities 7 – Homework – Nov 3

genocide

Today in class, students reflected on what happened in the mock trial The People v. Columbus, et al by typing their drafts of the Columbus Trial Reflection. Students considered who was the most guilty of the killing of thousands, perhaps millions, of Taíno Indians in the years after 1492, and whether or not this event should be considered "genocide" according to the definition laid out by the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.

microsoft_word_logo Columbus Trial Reflection

microsoft_word_logo Columbus Trial Reflection Template

link Start Here To Type Your DRAFT Reflection (Google Classroom)

link Submit Your FINAL Reflection Here (TurnItIn.com)

Homework - Complete your final draft of the Columbus Trial Reflection in Google Classroom. You will submit the final copy of the assignment using TurnItIn.com.

2Nov/17

Humanities 7 – Homework – Nov 2

jurors

Today in class, students concluded the mock trial The People v. Columbus, et al by finishing the presentation of evidence and calling witnesses, and hearing each team's closing statement, before the jury reached its verdict.

microsoft_word_logo Columbus Juror Sheet

microsoft_word_logo Columbus Trial Reflection

Homework - Respond to the questions on the Columbus Trial Reflection - who (or what) was most guilty of the killing of thousands, perhaps millions of Taíno Indians in the years after 1492, and should this event be considered "genocide" according to the definition laid out by the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide?