Social Studies Homework: Choose a word from your Holocaust Vocabulary on p. 156-157 and create an Acrostic Poem. The word must be at least 5 letters in length (I will take the plural form of Nazi and the singular form of lice)...I will give BONUS POINTS if you choose a word with 13 or more letters. Write the word, in all caps, vertically on p. 162 and then write words and/or phrases that go with the topic horizontally. (see example) Your rough draft is due by class time tomorrow.
N - Nazi leaders on trial
U - under oath to tell the truth
R - Robert Jackson led the American prosecution
Social Studies: No Homework 🙂
Social Studies Homework: STUDY for tomorrow's Ch. 11/WWII Test. Use your study guide, your notebook, and the quizlet in Classroom to assist. Your notebook will be checked tomorrow, as well...make sure it's ready!
Your A-Z slide must be finished by the beginning of class on Thursday. You may come to my room before school Wed and Thursday, if you need help.
Social Studies Homework: Continue to study for the Ch. 11 Test & use the Quizlet on your Google Classroom for extra help. We will continue to work on the WWII A-Z project tomorrow in class. Your slide should be finished by the beginning of class on Thursday - we will present the slides that day.
Social Studies Homework: Start working on the Ch. 11 Study Guide (in the SS Handouts section). It is due on Monday, March 5th. The Ch. 11 Test is Wednesday, March 7th.
Social Studies Homework: Finish the Homefront groups on p. 150 in your notebook. Use Homefront Group reading selections to help with box #2-3. Your textbook will be needed for box #4.
Social Studies Homework: Finish the "Japanese Steamroller" Map on p. 148 in your notebook. (Remember that some of the map instructions are on p. 149.) Use the map on p. 345 in your textbook to help. Absent? See the SS Handouts link for the pages.
Social Studies Homework: Finish the D-Day One Pager on p. 146.
- Title the page “D-Day One-Pager.”
- Draw an image from the slideshow &/or textbook that you remember.
- Choose 5 key words from the notes and place them anywhere around the picture.
- Choose 2 statements/facts from what you’ve learned and write them at the bottom of your work.
Social Studies Homework: Finish labeling the Oahu Map...go to your Google Classroom for the Pearl Harbor interactive map and the instructions on what to label. If you are absent today, you'll have to wait until you come back to school to get the map from me.
Social Studies Homework: No Homework, but you are encouraged to bring earbuds or headphones to class tomorrow.