So, progress reports come out tomorrow. And we just took a little quiz that a lot of people got Ds on. SOOOoooo... I'm anticipating an influx of students who are looking forward to some extra credit.
You've come to the right place.
We've finished studying religions. You should now know the difference between monotheistic and polytheistic religions. What theocracy is, and when it comes into play. You should know some differences between the monotheistic religions - what Jews and Christians believe about the Messiah, for instance. What are the Five Pillars of Faith for Islam? What does "poly-morphic monotheism" mean? Which religion is it specifying? Which religions believe in karma and reincarnation? How is the idea of karma in Hinduism different from the idea of mercy in Christianity?
We'll come back to the religions in review, but we're done for all intents and purposes.
For now, we're doing some moderate review - both for the ISTEP, and for our final, which is coming up in about 3 weeks.
It's been a while since we've discussed globalization, standard of living, or human capital. Hopefully you still remember the differences between limited and unlimited governments. More recently we've talked about colonization and imperialism. How many of you remember the colonization simulation?
Does anyone remember why you learned TKWA? Not just what each letter stands for, but why you learned it?
If you want extra credit for reading and discussing the blog with an adult, you need to read and discuss it with an adult. To get the points, write the answer to at least 3 questions asked above. They can be any three questions. Third paragraph. Fifth. Have the adult you read it with sign your paper. Turn it in tomorrow in the extra credit tray.