• Dr. Lucas

    World History & Geography I: B.C.E - 1500 C.E.
    B 7
    Course Description  
     The study of history rests on knowledge of dates, names, places, events, and ideas. Historical understanding, however, requires students to engage in historical thinking, raise questions, and marshal evidence in support of their answers. Students engaged in historical thinking draw upon chronological thinking, historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretation, historical research, and decision making. These skills are developed through the study of significant historical substance from the era or society being studied.
    The topics explored are as follows:
    • Era I: Human Origins and Early Civilizations, Prehistory to 1000 B.C.E.                                   
    • Era II: Classical Civilizations and Rise of Religious Traditions,1000 B.C.E. to 500 C.E.                   
    • Era III: Post-Classical Civilizations, 300 to 1000 C.E.
    • Era IV: Regional Interactions, 1000 to 1500 C.E.


    Quarters 1 & 2
        9-12 Weeks Assessment Plan

    * This schedule is flexible to accommodate the individualized instructional needs of each  student.

    Additional dates will be added after the Winter Break.




    Standards of Learning Objectives


    Instructional Topic


    Approximate Date Summative Assessment


    9/2/2014 - 9/12/2014






    Geography is Your World

    Early Man


    9/ 14 /2014

    9/15/2014 - 10/6/2014




    River Valley Civilizations


    10/8/2014 - 10/24/2014



    Classical Civilizations of India China  Japan   Persia


    10/28/2014 - 11/21/2014



    Ancient Greece


    12/1/2014 - 12/19/2014



    Ancient Rome


    Academic and Behavior Expectations
    • Attend school and classes daily, recognize that learning and attendance are linked.
    • Arrive on time prepared for class with the necessary utensils, texts, and Titan Agenda every day.
    • Maintain an organized notebook.
    • Maintain academic integrity and do not share homework or answers to quizzes or tests.
    • Do not plagiarize 
    • Complete all make-up assignments 
    • Respectful and courteous behavior is essential for your success!
    • Tests
    • Quizzes
    • Class Participation
    • Projects
    • Homework 
    • Current Events/Extra Credit


    Make-up work

    • Assignments given while you were absent- It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to check the missing work folder for the day(s) you were absent. The folders are labeled according to the day you were missing. We will review the syllabus and the make up folders on the first day of class . 
    • Tests/Quizzes - On the day of your return to school you must arrange a make-up test date and time with the teacher. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to initiate this process. The test or quiz must be completed within one week of your return or as soon as possible. 
    Materials Needed
    • 5 subject spiral notebook or 3 ring binder (easier to manipulate, organize and maintain papers appropriately)
    • small scissors for cutting 
    • lined paper for 3 ring binder as appropriate
    • glue sticks
    • colored pencils or crayons
    • colored magic markers
    • pocket pencil sharpener
    • Extra Credit!!!   2 boxes of tissue for classroom use.(The school does not supply tissues for students.)
Last Modified on November 7, 2014