Homework for May 2

2nd Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 322-323: “The Fall of Byzantium and the Ottoman Empire.” Stop before “The Ottoman Empire.”

Take careful notes.

Review the Hundred Years’ War.

5th Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 329-331: “The Fall of Byzantium and the Ottoman Empire.” Stop before “The Ottoman Empire.”

Take careful notes.

Review the Hundred Years’ War.

Homework for May 1

2nd Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 318-322: “The States of Italy.”

Take careful notes.

Review the Hundred Years’ War.

5th Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 326-329: “The States of Italy.”

Take careful notes.

Review the Hundred Years’ War.

 

Homework for April 28

2nd Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 315-317: “Joan of Arc” through “French Government.” Stop before “The War of the Roses.”

Take careful notes.

5th Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 324-325: “Joan of Arc” through “French Government.” Stop before “The War of the Roses.”

Take careful notes.

Homework for April 26

2nd Period: Read and annotate “Statements Taken from Joan of Arc’s Trial of Nullification.”

Using these statements, write a description of the events from Joan of Arc’s arrival in Chinon to the siege of Paris.

5th Period: Read and annotate the St. Crispin’s Day Speech.

Homework for April 25

5th Period: Color neatly and carefully the map of France in 1429:

French land (domination fran├žaise), green

England, red

Anglo-bourguignonne, orange

water, blue

Spain and the Holy Roman Empire, brown

Homework for April 24

2nd Period: Color neatly and carefully the map of France in 1429:

French land (domination fran├žaise), green

England, red

Anglo-bourguignonne, orange

water, blue

Spain and the Holy Roman Empire, brown

5th Period: Read and annotate the handout on Geoffrey Chaucer.

Bring colored pencils tomorrow.

Homework for April 21

2nd Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 313-315: “Third Period.”

Take careful notes.

5th Period: Read The Western Experience, pp. 323-324: “Third Period.”

Take careful notes.