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History 9B Home Page


Handy links to use.

Back to Mr. Robbins' home page.

Email Mr. Robbins
If you are trying to email me from a computer where you do not have a webmail account, copy and paste the above address into your email program.

Quiz Star

The Library of Congress

National Geographic Search Engine


Class starter handouts

Syllabus and Rules Handout


Emergency supplies
Please, use these only if needed occasionally.

Lined paper

Graph paper

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Web tools for your use

Easel.ly
This is a very handy and simple poster creation tool that includes some pretty sophisticated tools.

thenounproject.com
This may be the largest selection of clip art on the web - and it's free.


 

 

 

 

This is the class web site for History 9B from
Mr. Robbins at Madis
on Junior High School.

Stirling Castle, Scotland

 

 

Be sure to bring your three hole binder and notebook paper every day.

 

 

 Announcements

  • You will always need a notebook in class, but remember not to ever use spiral bound paper with the little torn edges to submit an assignment.

 

 

 

Assignments

Number, Name   Links   Deadline
One, Changing Atlantic World   Click here   Nov. 25
Two, Elizabethan England   Click here   Dec. 4
Three, The Growth of Absolutism   Click here   Dec. 10

 

Journal Items

Remember -

  • We read and summarize a reading selection for your journal every day.
  • You will submit your journal entries from each week Friday. Please, submit only the items for that week each Friday.
  • You will keep your journal entries on 8 1/2" x 11" three hole punch paper.
  • When your journal entries are returned, keep them in your class binder.
  • It is your job to complete your journal entry every day. This includes completing them for the days you are absent.

The links to the journal entries we use for each day are found in the right hand column of this table. There are also extra copies of the articles from each day in the binders in the back of the blue out box.

If you want to see an example of how your journals should be formatted, click here.

To view the PowerPoint about plagiarism and journal entries we used at the beginning of class, click here.

 Cureent Events Vocabulary 

Week ending Nov. 22

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 Link to the article for the day 

For the week ending Nov. 22
Nov. 21The Peace of Augsburg
Nov. 22 Canadian Border

For the week ending Nov. 26
Nov. 25
Saxon Burial

Nov. 26 Requiremento 1510

For the week ending Dec. 6
12/02 Manger Relic
12/03 Hamlet's Soliloquy
12/04 Viking Ship
12/05 Portions of the Grand Remonstrance

 

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