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January 10

posted Jan 10, 2013, 6:23 AM by Peter Knowles
Learning Target ImageWhat will I be able to do when I've finished this lesson?What idea, topic, or subject is important for me to learn and understand so that I can do this?What will I do to show that I can do this? How well will I have to do this?
 I will be able to show the order that events occurred during the Reformation
I need to think about the chronology of events, and understand how events were happening in different areas of Europe at the same time. 
I will create a timeline of the Reformation using a list of events from the textbook.   This is a formative assessment. The activity will help me understand material I will need to use in my next summative assessment, which is TOMORROW!

TOMORROW in class is your next summative assessment, covering the Protestant Reformation. 
To be fully prepared you should have all assignments completed, organized, and with you. You may use any of your own assignments during the assessment. 
It will include a short, multiple choice portion, along with two or three (your choice) short-answer questions.

To fill in one last piece of information that may help you understand the material, today you'll be looking at the chronology of the reformation. 
To complete today's assignment you'll need to open two different Google Docs:
Once you open them, you'll need to use File>Make a copy.... to create a copy you can edit.
Instructions for completing this assignment are in the file called Timeline Events.
 
You may find it easiest to complete this assignment if you work with a partner, and you may want to split your screens so you can see both documents side-by-side. You'll be dragging or copy/pasting events from one document to place in the timeline on the other, so seeing them both at once may help.  
Be sure to use the page numbers in the first column on the timeline to help you quickly find the events you need to organize. 


HOMEWORK: Finish, organize, review, and bring with you all assignments for this unit. If you haven't finished some of your assignments yet, you need to do that now. 
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