Category Archives: History

The Triangle of Trade

The Triangle Trade, also known as the triangular trade, is the name given to a system of trade that occurred during the colonial era in American History. New Englanders traded extensively, exporting many commodities such as fish, whale oil, furs, and rum. … Continue reading

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Who built the Industrial Revolution?

Videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87eVOpbcoVo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_zJeDKE9vI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJAr9gPyvms Sources Comment on your impressions and feelings

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The French Revolution

In class, we worked on the main facts about the French Revolution. Answer 1. Do you remember what the three colours of the flag meant? 2. Why did the revolution take place? (Name three important factors) 3. Watch this prezi … Continue reading

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History Presentation: Mid-Term Exam Due date: July 8 2013

Hi everyone! This time, the Mid-Term Exam will consist in a presentation (powerpoint, prezi, glogster) in which you will show how much you know about certain topics. Include: Unit 1 -The difference between Middle Ages and Rennaisance. -Martin Luther and … Continue reading

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Leonardo Da Vinci

What calls your attention about this video? Have we talked about this in class? Leave your comments

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Martin Luther and Protestantism

Read the text Martin Luther was born in 1483 in Germany. He joined a monastery when he was twenty-one and became a friar. Luther eventually became upset with the Catholic Church because he felt it was more interested in making … Continue reading

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Middle Ages

Have a look at this map. What differences can you notice to a European map today? Find one difference and make a comment.

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