MODERN WORLD HISTORY WORK FOR SAWYERS’ CLASSES

This is where you will be able to find the work from March 9 forward. On each Friday during class, take a photo of your completed work and send it to ucriverside98@yahoo.com so that I can enter it into the gradebook. Make sure that you log in to class on time each day since we will be doing some review work and talking about the assignment. 

Click here to link to the textbook you will need for the rest of the year. Be patient since this is an entire textbook in PDF. If you save it to your computer once it downloads things will be a lot faster next time.

March 9 - Click here for some class notes that deal with work you will have for this week. On page 856 define the terms under "People and Places."
March 10 - On page 859 answer questions 1-2 about the cartoon with Hitler and Stalin. Make sure to read the text above the questions to help you answer the questions. The on the next page (860) answer questions 1-2 about Japanese aggression during World War II.  
March 11 - On page 861 under "Main Ideas" answer questions 2-4. For question 3, the class notes will help you as well as the text.
March 12 - On page 864, define the terms under "People and Places."
March 13 - Answer any questions you may have about the work. Then, turn in the week's work by emailing it to me (4 assignments). Click here for a link to submit a photo of your work. 

March 16 - Click here for some class notes that will help you with this week's work. On page 871 answer questions 2-4 under "Main Ideas." For question 3, the class notes will also help.
March 17 - Define all of the terms on page 874.
March 18 - On page 880 define all the terms.
March 19 - On page 881 answer questions 1-2 about women during WWII. Then on page 882 answer questions 1-2 about Japan during WWII.
March 20 - Answer any student questions about work they had trouble with. Then submit the week's work by email (4 assignments). Click here for a link to submit a photo of your work from this week.

March 23 - Click here for some notes about using the atomic bomb on Japan at the end of World War II. Answer these two questions -- 1. What were three arguments in favor of using the atomic bomb against Japan at the end of World War II? 2. What were three arguments against using the atomic bomb against Japan at the end of World War II?  
March 24 - On page 882 answer the two questions about Japanese people in the U.S. being placed in isolation camps during World War II. Also on page 889 answer the two questions about Germany's attempts to bomb London during World War II. 
March 25 - On page 887 answer questions 2-4 under Main Ideas. To answer these you will have to do a little bit of reading in the pages before these questions.
March 26 - Click here for some notes about life after World War II. Click here to get a worksheet with some questions to answer using the online textbook and the notes.
March 27 - Answer any questions on week's assignments; submit work by photo or computer attachment by clicking here.

March 30 - Click here for some class notes on the start of the Cold War. Define the content vocabulary and academic vocabulary terms on page 900.
March 31 - Define the People, Places, and Events terms on page 900. 
April 1 - Click here for some class notes on Europe and Asia during the Cold War. On page 903 look at the map and answer questions 1 and 2. Also answer questions 1-2 on page 904 about how the world changed during the Cold War.
April 2 - Click here for a review sheet on the two notes from this week.
April 3 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Email me this week's work for credit.  

April 6 - No school.
​April 7 - Click here for a worksheet with questions about the Cold War.
April 8 - Click here for a worksheet with questions on the Korean War. Answer questions 1-5 from the reading.
April 9 - Click here for some class notes on the expanding Cold War. Click here for some questions about the Cold War and things that happened during that time. The Cold War notes from last week will also help you to find the answer to many of the questions, or you may just look things up on the internet. Only do page 1 of the worksheet.   
April 10 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Email me this week's work for credit

​April 13 - Click here for the next page of the review on the Cold war (page 2 only). Use the Cold War notes from the last two weeks, the online text, or the internet to answer the questions. You do not have to answer the 3 summary questions at the bottom of the page.
April 14 - Click here for a brief article on Sputnik, the first satellite successfully launched into orbit. After the article you will find five questions to answer.
April 15 - Click here for some notes on China leading up to the Cold War. Then click here to get a few questions about these notes and China.
April 16 - Read pages 967 to 970 (on the new link) about the spread of the Cold War.
April 17 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to submit work for this week.

April 20 - On page 971 read the article about the importance of space exploration during the Cold War. Answer questions 1-2. On 973 answer questions 1-2 on the differences between Mao and Jiang Jieshi.
April 21 - Read page 976-978 about war in Korea and Vietnam.
April 22 - Look at map and read about civil war in Vietnam on page 979. Answer questions 1-2.
April 23 - Define the names and terms on page 976.
April 24 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to submit work for this week.

April 27 - Read pages 978-981 about the Vietnam War. 
April 28 - On page 981 answer questions 3-5 under Main Ideas. The reading from yesterday will help you to answer these.
April 29 - Define the names and terms on 982.
April 30 - Answer any questions from the week's work. Click here to turn in work.
May 1 - No school.

May 4 - No school.
May 5 - No school.
May 6 - Look at the map and answer questions 1-2 on page 983. Also look at the map on page 984 and answer questions 1-2.
May 7 - Read pages 986 - 987 about the Cold War in the 1980s.
May 8 - Answer questions 3-5 on page 987.
May 9 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to turn in this
 week's work for credit. 

May 11 - Define the names and terms on page 988.
May 12 - Answer questions 3-5 on page 991.
May 13 - Read pages 997-1000 about India after World War II.
May 14 - Define the names and terms on 997.
May 15 - Answer any questions from week's work. Click here to turn in week's work.

May 18 - Names and terms on 992.
May 19 - Page 992, questions 15-18.
May 20 - Read pages 1001-1003.
May 21 - Questions 3-5 on page 1003.
May 22 - Answer any questions from this week's work. Click here to submit work.

May 25 - Read pages 1005 to 1007.
May 26 - Names and terms on 1005.
May 27 - Look at the map on page 1005 and answer questions 1-2. 
May 28 - Read page 1008 to 1009. Under Main Ideas on page 1009 answer questions 3-4.
May 29 - Answer any questions from the week. Click here to submit work.

June 1 - Define the names and terms on page 1012.
June 2 - Read pages 1012 to 1014. Look at the map on page 1014 about African independence movements. Answer questions 1-2.
June 3 - Read pages 1015-1016. On page 1016 answer questions 3-5 under Main Ideas.
June 4 - On page 1016 6-8 under Critical Thinking.
June 5 - Answer any questions from week's work. Turn in week's work.

June 8 - Define the names and terms on 1017.
June 9 - Look at the map on page 1017 about the Suez Crisis. Answer questions 1-2. On page 1020 answer questions 1-2 about the differing views of the Arab-Israeli crisis.
June 10 - Define the names and on page 1023. 
June 11 - Read pages 1021 to 1023. Answer questions 3-5 under Main Ideas. 
June 12 - Answer any questions from week's work. Turn in week's work.

June 15 - Look at the map on page 1025. Answer questions 1-2. Read page 1024 to 1027. Under main ideas answer questions 3-5.
June 16 - Define the names and terms on page 1033. Read pages 1033 and 1034.
June 17 - Look at the map on page 1035. Answer questions 1-2. Look at the graph on page 1036 and answer questions 1-2.
June 18 - Look at the cartoon on page 1037 and answer questions 1-2. Under Main Ideas on page 1039 answer questions 3-5.
June 19 - Answer any questions from week's work. Turn in week's work.