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Jennifer Bailey > Classroom Binder

Keep your folders organized and updated! They contain very important information.  If needed, you may set up a time before or after school to come in and receive help to organize the binder.


The binder is divided into 3 sections: Jump Start, Vocabulary, and Notes/Activities.  Below is a list of items that should be included in each section.


JUMPSTART:

This section contains a variety of review activities that are used at the beginning of class such as:  mini-journal responses, multiple choice questions, fill in the blank, and geography questions.  Students are required to complete the Jump Start in their binder each day one is given-- this can be done on a blank sheet of notebook paper.  If absent, students should consult with a fellow classmate to determine what was missed.  Jump Start questions will be extremely useful when preparing for a quiz or test!!!


VOCABULARY:
1.) Early Humans Vocabulary
2.) Mesopotamia Vocabulary
3.) Ancient Egypt Vocabulary
4.) Ancient India Vocabulary
5.) Ancient China Vocabulary
6.) Ancient Greece Ch. 4 Vocabulary
7.) Ancient Greece Ch. 5 Vocabulary
8.) World Religions Vocabulary
9.) Ancient Rome Ch. 8 Vocabulary
10.) Medieval Africa Vocabulary
11.) Medieval Japan Vocabulary
12.) Medieval Europe Vocabulary
13.) Renaissance Vocabulary
14.) Central and South American Tribes Vocabulary
15.) Exploration Vocabulary
 


NOTES/ACTIVITIES:
1.) Timeline Worksheet
2.) Tools of a Historian
3.) Early Humans Notes
4.) Mesopotamia Map
5.) Sumer
6.) Hammurabi's Code of Law
7.) Mesopotamian Empires
8.) Hanging Gardens of Babylon
9.) Ancient Egypt Map
10.) Welcome to Egypt Notes
11.) Pharoahs and Pyramids
12.) Egypt's Ancient Wisdom
13.) Old Kingdom
14.) Middle and New Kingdoms
15.) Kush
16.) Mummification
17.) Ancient India Geography
18.) India's First Civilizations
19.) Social Caste System
20.) Hinduism and Buddhism
21.) India's First Empires
22.) Ancient India Foldable
23.) Map Where was Ancient China?
24.) Web Ancient China -- Contributions/Inventions
25.) Silk Road
26.) Silk road Research
27.) China's First Civilizations
28.) Calligraphy
29.) Life in Ancient China
30.) The Great Wall
31.) Ancient Greece Map
32.) The Early Greeks
33.) Athens vs. Sparta
34.) Weapons and the Persian Wars
35.) Greek Wars
36.) Greek Architecture
37.) Golden Age of Athens
38.) Government Begins
39.) Alexander the Great
40.) Religions
41.) Religions Chart
42.) Religions Venn Diagram
43.) Winter Holidays
44.) Ramadan
45.) Ancient Rome Map
46.) Rome's Beginnings
47.) Roman Soldier Packet
48.) Roman Republic
49.) The Punic Wars
50.) Cincinnatus
51.) Julius Caesar
52.) Roman Contributions
53.) Pompeii
54.) Roman Emperors
55.) Roman Expansion
56.) Spartacus
57.) Fall of Roman Empire
58.) Byzantine Empire
59.) Africa KWL
60.) Africa Map
61.) African Kingdoms
62.) African Society and Culture
63.) Religions of Africa Map
64.) Japan Map
65.) Japan's Geography and Government
66.) A Tour of Edo
67.) Japanese Culture Web
68.) Medieval Europe Map
69.) Feudalism
70.) Black Death
71.) Medieval European Towns
72.) King John and the Magna Carta
73.) King John's Game
74.) The Medieval Church
75.) The Crusades
76.) The Crusades Map Activity
77.) Renaissance Map
78.) Renaissance Begins
79.) Renaissance Art and Discovery
80.) Renaissance Foldable
81.) Reformation Begins
82.) Reformation Study
83.) Counter Reformation
84.) Central and South American Tribes Map
85.) Mesoamerica
86.) Central and South American KWHL
87.) Mayan's Rise and Fall
88.) Aztecs
89.) Fall of Aztec Empire
90.) Incas
91.) Fall of Inca Empire
92.) C. & S. American Tribes Venn
93.) Exploration Routes Map
94.) Age of Exploration Reading
95.) Columbian Exchange