BR: 9/15/08: Rise of Civilizations

BR: 9/15/08: Rise of Civilizations

BR 9/20/10 Pick up sheet at SCC. Read through Calm During Tests Tips. Highlight one that you will try during your next test. In one paragraph, write 3 sentences

discussing how you felt about your preparation for the test and 3 sentences about the tip you chose and how you will try it next time. Mesopotamia a.k.a The Fertile Crescent Egypt Homework due 9/21/10

Rd Section 2.1 (pg 30-34) Take Notes in outline format in notebooks! Complete Note skill checklist It will be checked @ beginning of class! *Note* Look to improve @ least 2 note taking skills. You will be asked what

specific skills you worked on improving and how you did so. Note Skill Outline/Bullets/ indentions are used to separate ideas. Key Words are being placed in a margin to the right of the main notes column The sub-points address the main point of the section. Ex: While taking notes on the Humans Develop Strategies for Survival the student is noting different human

survival strategies. At least 2 commonly used words are consistently abbreviated. At least two unique ideas that connect the idea to previous knowledge are present. May include a picture/diagram! At least two things that the book has emphasized are notated w/ Symbols, underlines, circles, etc. At least half of the info is put into your own words.

Section 1 First Cities & Civs. Arise Section 2 Basic Features that def. a Civ.

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