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  • 1. Ancient History Mr. Adam Henry
  • 2. How to find Mr. Henry
    • e-mail: [email_address]
    • Room 240
      • Before/After school by appointment
    • Phone = x5240
  • 3. What do we study this year in History?
    • Greece and Rome
    • Middle Ages
    • Renaissance
  • 4. Why Ancient History?
    • Study influence of Greco-Roman on Western civilization
      • Government
      • Education
      • Science
      • Medicine
      • Athletics
      • Art
  • 5. Greece and Rome outside of the Classroom
    • Philadelphia Classical
    • Society Competition in February
    Socrates
  • 6. Grading
    • Point System
      • Homework
      • Quizzes
      • Tests/Projects
      • Participation
  • 7. Class work/Homework
    • Plays a vital and pivotal role in each student ’ s success in class.
    • Assigned daily for reinforcement and/or extension of newly learned material.
    • Randomly collected each week and graded on effort and completion.
  • 8. Quizzes
    • A quiz can be expected each week.
    • Is based on recent and newer content.
    • Know your key terms!!!
  • 9. Bigger Assessments
    • Tests – at the end of each unit
    • Notebook Checks – at the end of each unit; class paperwork?
    • Projects – both in/outside of class
    • Current Events – one a quarter
  • 10. Participation
    • EFFORT!!!
    • Homework completion
    • Discussion
    • Asking questions
    • Active listening
    • Cooperation
    • Preparation
  • 11. Class website:
    • What you will find:
      • Daily homework
      • Copies of all handouts from class
      • List of key terms
      • List of items in notebook check
      • Project assignments

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