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- Monday, October 1 - Roman Sculpture PowerPoint. Work onRome Package.
- Tuesday, October 2 - Episode 10 of The Western Tradition - Roman Engineering, available at http://www.learner.org/. Work onRome Package.
- Wednesday, October 3 - Roman Painting PowerPoint. Work on the package.
- Thursday, October 4 - Episode 12 of The Western Tradition. "The Rise of the Church." Available online. Work on the package.
- Friday, October 5 - Watch Episode 14 of The Western Tradition; The Fall of Rome at http://www.learner.org/. Work on the Rome Package.
- Monday, October 1 - Total War, The German Experience (base notes).
- Tuesday, October 2 - Introductory Music: I Vow to The My Country. The Paris Peace Conference PowerPoint (base notes). If time - AV material - The War to End All Wars (but please note that the conference was held in Paris, not Versailles -- this is just where the treaty with Germany was signed. This film is also from a US perspective -- something I do not always present effectively in class -- 5 minute video). World War One: 1914-1918 Map -- a multimedia summary of the war's main events. If you can manage the time, watch Secrets of the Dead; Killer Flu, which deals with the flu pandemic that killed 20-30 million people at the end of the First World War.
- Wednesday, October 3 - Unit Test on Topic 2. Be sure to pick up the plan for Topic 3 and Topic #3 Questions.
- Thursday, October 4 - The League of Nations (base notes). For a good treatment of the League's dealings with a major dispute, see ITV Schools' TV The League of Nations and the Manchurian Dispute (20 minutes). There is much fascinating material at the League of Nations Homepage. M. Cliffe has a couple of online PowerPoints on the League: The League of Nations and Failures of the League.
- Friday, October 5 - The Origins of Socialism (base notes). Absolutely take the time to watch Mark Steel's brilliant comedic presentation of Marx's ideas and their relevance today.
- Monday, October 1 - Take up #1-2, p. 264. Do #1-3, p. 267. Hand in the poster assignment. Overview of the Judiciary - PowerPoint - go to the section on the Judiciary. Read pp. 270-275. Do #1-3, p. 275.
- Tuesday, October 2 - Hand in poster assignment. Take up homework, #1-3, p. 275. Complete PowerPoint material from last class Comparison of Adversarial vs. Inquisitorial court systems. Read pp. 277-288. Do #1-3, p. 280, & 1 & 4, p. 288. Please bring your red Government text to class next day -- along with your blue text.
- Wednesday, October 3 - Take up #1-3, p. 280, & 1 & 4, p. 288. Complete the second video on our Court system. While watching the video, identify the positions of court officials and note the roles that they play. Introduce concept of Human rights – examine text p. 294. Students to list what they would expect fundamental rights to be in Canada - Think-Pair-Share. Use Government text p. 60 to listSchweitzer’s list of fundamental rights. Government text pp. 152-158. Read pp. 292-312. Do #1, p. 297, #2-3 sidebar p. 303, #1 & 3, p. 304, #3, p. 308 & #2, p. 312.
- Thursday, October 4 - Take up homework. Examine the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - see PowerPoint; The Constitution. Summarize each of the key sections in your notes. Effect of passing the Charter on Canadian law -- all laws in Canada must conform unless passed using the notwithstanding clause or if they can withstand a challenge based on their being within reasonable limits. Read pp. 240-246. Do #1-3, p. 246, & sidebar #1, p. 244.
- Friday, October 5 - Take up homework. Comparison of BC Provincial and Federal systems of Government. Video BC's Government House. Watch this video on the work of an MLA --Having Your Say Through Your MLA. While doing so, do the following: 1) note the tasks that an MLA is expected to do, and 2) List similarities and differences between the setup of the Provincial Legislature and the Federal Parliament. Download and read Welcome to the House to fill in any gaps and to better understand the workings of provincial government. You might also like to look at other brochures and documents from this website. Government (red) texts. Read pp. 170-178. Do #1-3, p. 178 for Monday.