You may use on of these articles or search an article or essay on Germany on your own to work with. Star with a simple one.
Remember you must prepare your own rubric and include evaluation for three aspects of the essay and your personal evaluation:
A. Analysis of the thesis
B. Criticizing of the content
C. Criticizing style
I want to see the rubric BEFORE you start your essay!
You will have 8 days to work on it. SCHEDULE YOUR OTHER CLASSES WORK!
Sections 2 and 3 of Germany are still on….. discussion or….will follow!
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22, 2014
PRINTED IN CLASS No exceptions!!!
Mondays quiz will also include Chapter 4 section 1, apart from the vocabulary. Be ready to answer multiple choice questions, true and false and two open questions. After attending Bavaria you should be in the perfect mood for anything German!
This DBQ must be completed by October 16 th, 2014. The questions to the DBQ will be printed and brought to class for correction. You have until midnight October 17 th, 2014 to send your essay via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will have a test on this topic on Friday October 17th.
I am sending you the presentation via e mail. Please make sure you receive it or ask a fellow student to forward it to you.
Quiz on Monday, October 20th. STUDY!
MUCHACHOS, LA PRESENTACION ESTA REVISADA Y SIMPLIFICADA CON ALGUNOS CAMBIOS. UTILICEN ESTA PARA ESTUDIAR.
A los que imprimieron la anterior, lo lamento. Les he dicho que no hace falta desperdiciar papel cuando la tienen en linea. Espero que ahora esté más sencilla que la anterior. El examen sigue siendo esta próxima semana. ESTUDIEN!
Las preguntas del Repaso de Italia, Alemania y España son trabajo de salón hogar-tarea del 14 de octubre.
Estos son los documentos, junto a los repasos en clase y tus apuntes, para el examen del martes 21 de octubre. Voy a tí!
Jonathan Edwards – “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
1. To whom does Edwards address this sermon? How can we tell?
2. Edwards often defended the “preaching of terror” in order to frighten people away from hell and make them aware of the danger to their souls. How does he do this in “Sinners?” Which images strike you as the most vivid?
3. Some scholars have argued that Edwards’ preaching reflected the impact of life on the frontier. Do you see any signs of this in “Sinners”?
4. During the period of the Great Awakening, the term “harvest” was used to describe the “ingathering” of souls at church services. Why is this a useful term? Why would it have appealed to the people of Edwards’ day?