Schedule – HIST 1102 – Fall 2020

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Schedule: World History 1102, Fall 2020

Assignment Due Date
Opening Quiz Sunday, 10 p.m.
Lab Consultation Wednesday, 10 p.m.
Lab Experiment Thursday, 10 p.m.
Lab Reflection Friday, 10 p.m.
Closing Quiz Friday, 10 p.m.

Week 1, August 24-27

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 1 opening quiz, lab experiment (Lesson 1 of Check, Please!(see assignments), lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 2, August 31 - Sept 4

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 2 opening quiz, Lab experiment 2, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 3,September 8 - 11 [Note Monday is Labor Day]

Read or Screen: You will need your Star ID to log in to our Library Databases for these sources.

Read, View, or Play: You will need your Star ID to log in to our Library Databases for these readings.

Do: Week 3 opening quiz, Lab experiment 3, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 4, September 14-18

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 4 opening quiz, Lab experiment 4, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 5, September 21-25

Read or Screen:

Read, View, or Play: You will use the following texts this week's assignment. I do not expect you to read all of Shakespeare, Don Quijote, and Journey to the West. Rather, these texts will be input into our Voyant to do analysis.

Do: Week 5 opening quiz, Lab experiment 5, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 6, September 28- October 2

Read or Screen:

  • British India Sections on domestic life (2) and economic life (2): family life, children, urban and rural life, work.

Do: Week 6 opening quiz, Lab experiment 6, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 7, October 5 - October 9

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 7 opening quiz, (draft) Lab Experiment 7, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 8, October 12 - 16 -- Note: Students may turn in assignments early if they wish.

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 8 opening quiz, (draft) Lab Experiment 8, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 9, October 19 - 23

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 9 opening quiz, (draft) Lab Experiment 9, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 10, October 26 - 30

Read or Screen:

We will be using the website Gapminder this week. The information in gapminder will not be on your quiz, but you may wish to play with it prior to our discussions.

Do: Week 10 opening quiz, (draft) Lab experiment 10, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 11, November 2 - 6

Read or Screen:

Week 12, November 9 - 13

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 12 opening quiz, (draft) Lab Experiment 12, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 13, November 16 - 20

Read or Screen:

Read or Screen: Ackermann, Marsha E., Michael J. Schroeder, Janice J. Terry, Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur, and Mark F. Whitters. "Major Themes in World History, 1750–1900." Encyclopedia of the Age of Revolution and Empire (1750 to 1900). Facts On File, 2016. Accessed November 13, 2019. online.infobase.com/Auth/Index?aid=100853&itemid=WE53&articleId=244901.

Do: Week 13 opening quiz, (draft) Lab Experiment 13, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz

Week 14, November 23 - 25: See due dates in D2L- short week

Read or Screen:

Do: Week 14 opening quiz, (draft) Lab Experiment 14, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz.

Week 15, November 30 - December 4

Read or Screen:

Week 16, December 7 - 11

Read or Screen: * "Social Media as a Primary Source: A Coming of Age"

Ballandus: read the latest two posts.
"History on its own terms"
"What are the politics of colonial memory in Germany"

Do: Week 16 opening quiz, (draft) Lab Experiment 16. Note new due date, lab consultation, lab reflection, closing quiz.