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Welcome to World History!

When you hear the words "Ancient World History;" what groups of peoples come to mind?  Which past civilizations do you find most interesting and what you like to learn more about?  Also, in your post, please introduce yourself and tell me one thing about you that is interesting or unique?  I am excited to get started learning together more about Ancient Civilizations and it is great to be your teacher!  

Posted by sherry.johnson  On Aug 18, 2017 at 9:33 AM 78 Comments

Image result for animated roman clip artROMAN BOARD GAMES

Day 1 of Roman Board Game
Individually, summarize your research on Roman topics.  Summaries should be a minimum of 1 paragraph and must be posted on day of assignment.  Each blog is 25 points.  So remember, when in Rome, do as the Romans and write a great summary!

Posted by sherry.johnson  On Apr 05, 2017 at 8:30 PM




Based on your cost-benefit analysis of Alexander the Great, support your opinion in one paragraph to the key question:  WAS ALEXANDER THE GREAT TRULY GREAT OR TRULY TERRIBLE?
Blog grade is 40 points and will close on Thursday at 3pm.
Posted by sherry.johnson  On Feb 22, 2017 at 9:37 AM 24 Comments
A Living Document: The United States Constitution

This Blog is in 3 parts:

1.) The Founding Fathers labored over the task of creating both a government for themselves and to "our Posterity."  They knew it was imperative that this document not only create a government for their time period but also for generations to come.  Based on your group research of court cases, the Articles and Amendments, would you agree or disagree that the Constitution is in fact a living document that moves with the times of the people?  Support your answer with either court cases, the Constitution, or laws of past or current generations.

2.)Introduce one of the Signers of the Constitution.  Tell what state he represents and one accomplishment.

3.)Give a short advertisement of your upcoming Constitution Song release that will debut on October 3rd!
Posted by sherry.johnson  On Sep 23, 2016 at 9:29 AM 20 Comments

Two hundred and twenty-nine years ago, 39 delegates signed the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.  It was not until 1788 that the Constitution was ratified and became the "Supreme Law of the Land."  Eventually, the Bill of Rights were added to the Constitution and then Amendments Eleven through Twenty-seven were added throughout eras of our nation's history.  After reading the Constitution today, which part of the Constitution means the most to you?  Tell your reason for choosing this part of the Constitution in a short paragraph.  Happy Constitution Week!
Posted by sherry.johnson  On Sep 22, 2016 at 10:30 AM 13 Comments
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