Jeff Sulecki » Mr. Sulecki

Mr. Sulecki

Welcome to Global History and Geography 9 & 10's

and FLCC GEMINI SOCIOLOGY 100's 

WEBPAGE

jsulecki@honeoye.org

“Study the past if you would define the future.” 
― Confucius

ALMOST SPRING !!

CURRENT TOPICS OF STUDY

a) Global H+G 10 (Periods 2, 5 and 7) =

 

- The Cold War - PROXY WARS

(Cambodia and Latin America)

- "Modern" China

- G10 Writers Workshop


b) Global H+G 9 (Periods 4 and 8) = 

 

-Tang and Song Dynasties

- Medieval Korea

- Medieval Japan


CURRENT HOMEWORK

Global H+G 10 (Periods 2, 5 and 7) =

 

1) Review What We Learned in Class Each 
Day for about 15 Minutes!

 

2) Complete your CASTLE LEARNING m.c. practice

q's on THIS WEEK'S topics by Friday, 3/22/19.

 

 

* Global H+G 9 (Periods 4 and 8) =

 
1) Review What We learned in Class Each 
Day for about 15 Minutes!

 

2) Self-Grade this week's Playlists on the Tang/ Song Dynasties

and Medieval Korea/ Japan by Friday, 3/22/19.

 

 

Related links

Castle Learning  -  use your Castle Learning account to help you study/prepare for Global 9 + 10 quizzes and tests! 

Fordham University  - use this link to review Global 9 and 10 content- kind of like an online textbook

 

Gemini Sociology 100

Welcome to FLCC Gemini Sociology 100!

Sociology 100:  Introduction to Sociology, FLCC 

"Economic production, and the structure of society of every historical epoch (memorable date or event) necessarily arising there from, constitute the foundation for the political and intellectual history of that epoch ....."  

-Friedrich Engels (1883), the preface of the German Translation of the Communist Manifesto. 

What does social scientists mean by the "structure of society?" How do social structures impact us, and in what ways do they constitute the foundations for history, as Engels asserts? 

Sociology shows us how our beliefs, behaviors, successes and failures are shaped by the world "out there" - by things such as schools, occupations, families, religion, gender and/or race.  In this course, we look at the world through "sociological eyes" using both classical and contemporary readings; become familiar with common sociological concepts; and make every effort to apply their insights to our own lives. 

Related Links =

 

https://www.flcc.edu/courses/descriptions.cfm?subject=SOC


https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html

ASSIGNMENT REMINDERS =

See your 3rd Period Google Classroom Page = https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/Mjc2NzE3NzA3Njla

 

 

My Resources
Your Course Resources Include:

1.  Notebook/classnotes
2.  Your blue and red/yellow textbooks 
3.  GH+G 9 and 10 Google classroom posted info/ resources
3.  Castle-Learning
4.  www.historyteacher.net/GlobalStudies/Global9ReviewPage.htm
5. http://www.mrklaff.com/globalregentsreview.html
6. Mrs. Beeman, Ms. Ryan, and Mr. Sulecki