The study of world history in eighth grade addresses the time periods from prehistoric man to the 1500s. Unique to this course are the experiences which provide for the study of the ways human beings view themselves over time. Through evaluation, reasoning, and exchange of ideas, students examine the migration of early peoples, the rise of civilizations, and the establishment of governments and religions. Through correlation of past events this course directs students to think critically about the various forces that combined to shape the world today.
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60% of Final Grade: Gold Assignments (Summative Assessments)
30% of Final Grade: Silver Assignments (Formative Assessments)
10% of Final Grade: Bronze Assignments (Practice Assessments)
Binder (hardback that will last all year)
Loose-leaf lined paper
1. Be in your seat and working on the daily bell ringer before the bell rings.
2. Bring books and materials to every class.
3. Be quiet and listen when someone else is speaking.
4. Follow directions the first time they are given.
5. Turn assignments in on time.
6. Keep your hands to yourself at all times.
7. Refrain from disruptive or disrespectful conduct. Treat everyone and his or her property respectfully.