Period 1/2: Great Dinner Party today!! We had so much fun learning and interacting with different Renaissance Artists, Inventors, Humanists …. that was awesome! The costumes were great. Stay tuned for pictures. Tomorrow it will be Period 5/6/7 turn. Looking forward to it.
Renaissance Test will take place this week. The Dinner Party is a great review for your upcoming test. You can use your notes to help you. Please make sure you review the notes and questions completed during the past 3 weeks on this unit! The Great Artists questions is an excellent starting point. The crossword puzzle review is also good.
Review the following terms/concepts:
Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo,The Medici Family, City States (pay attention to Florence and Venice), oligarchy, republic, renaissance, Scientific Revolution, Petrarch, sumptuary laws, Savonarola, Machiavelli, Fresco, Proportion and Perspective,inquisition,hinterland,patron,stagnant,mercenaries,printing press,empirical reasoning, Durer,Galileo,Copernicus
Today we reviewed our concept maps on Memory! Don’t forget. I then went over a powerpoint on Emotion. Please make sure you have started reading this unit and complete the diagram I gave you in class. I also handed out practice fill in the blanks for this unit! We will be combining Memory and Emotion on Wednesday with video analysis.
You should all know who your Renaissance person is for this week’s dinner party. Our next class is dedicated to researching your Renaissance Person. Please see your handout and follow the steps. Period 1/2 Dinner Party is scheduled for Monday)
Period 5/6/7 Dinner Party is scheduled for Tuesday!
Reminder: Thursday and Friday of this week we will review for our Renaissance Unit Test which will be next week. Once our dinner party is complete our Test will take place the following class! The dinner party will be a great review as well.
Drawing upside down? Today we had fun learning about some of the great Renaissance artists. We also discussed what makes someone a Genius. You also had a feel of what it may have been like for Michelangelo to complete some of his masterpieces. We worked on a few questions and vocabulary to follow up on today’s activity. Please make sure you have completed the Vocabulary and questions #1-5 only. Most of you completed this in class. If you were absent, please see me for the handout or check our bin with extra handouts in our classroom.
We will be having a Renaissance unit test in 2 weeks. A full review will take place soon.
Today you had 50 minutes for the FRQ. Please make sure you post it on your blog and use the comment section for your score. Please go to the AP College Board Website for previous exams and FRQ examples. The one done today is from 2008. Think about what you did right and what you may need to do next time to get a 5!
For Question 2 you will need to review your notes!
Use the AP College Board website for past exam FRQ’s for your weekly posts! Don’t forget to check your response after you have written and use the comment feature on your blog!
Practice Exam and more! The AP exam from 2012 has a good practice FRQ on Research Methods!
Why did the Renaissance start in Italy? Genius Hour QUIZ
We’ve learned that the Renaissance started in Italy. You should be able to give examples of why in your paragraph. This week is Genius Hour! I will be looking for what you have learned and read about the Renaissance with a detailed paragraph! We have 1 hour in the lab today for you to tackle this question. Please post as it is due at the end of class. Remember to include an image and use your textbook for a source. I highly suggest you use your notes to help you with this question.
NO HOMEWORK! I also encourage you to POST on your blog…current events…
Those who did not write Learning Test you will write at Lunch on Tuesday. Please be on time!
Please go to AP College Board for questions or use this one! Challenge yourself..read up on some of the concepts prior too then write:) 25 minutes or 2 questions for 50! Remember to comment on your response with what score you could potentially get and why? Then look at the answer
Compare and contrast the experimental method and the survey method in terms of their suitability for investigating the hypothesis that frustration leads to aggressive behavior. In comparing and contrasting the two methods, be sure to identify and discuss each of the following:
In a church on Easter Sunday of 1478 an attempt was made to wipe out the Medici dynasty in one single attack. The attack was only half successful. We know who the attackers were but we do not know who organized the clearly well-planned attack. You will attempt to find out by decoding a secret letter, listening to witness testimony and exploring why some people might have been angry enough at the Medici to commit murder. Your suspects include a powerful rival family, a former employee of the Medici and the pope himself!
On Thursday I will give you 30 minutes to work on teach a dog/cat a new trick! You will present the proposal to the class. Your Homework will then be to present a 5 minute video clip of your experiment on Monday
The rest of class Thursday you will prepare for your Unit Test!
Please be aware of the following changes: You will start your FRQ next Wednesday in the Lab to practice for your AP exam. This will be posted on the blog.
Multiple Choice Test on Friday
**After your first FRQ on the learning theories next Wednesday in class you will be responsible for posting once a week on a question from the AP College Board Website!
The concept of positive punishment can difficult to remember, especially because it seems like a contradiction. How can punishment be positive? The easiest way to remember this concept is to note that it involves an aversive stimulus that is added to the situation. For this reason, positive punishment is sometimes referred to as punishment by application