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The Week of March 20

Posted by Jay McGaughy on March 22nd, 2017

Monday, Mar. 20

Bell Ringer: p. 522; Interpreting Maps

In Class: We began class by reviewing the bell ringer for today. We then completed our study of the Aztecs by getting in our groups and finishing our reciprocal teaching notes. Students had time to finish their notes and the 16.2 Section Assessment. We reviewed the Section Assessment, then took our 16.2 fill-in-the-blank quiz. After students were finished with the quiz, they began working on a pre-reading activity called “First Line Predictions.” Students were given a worksheet with the first lines of each subheading on the sheet, and there was space for students to make a prediciton about the text, and ask a question that they hoped would get answered from the text. Students worked on this until class was over.

Assignment: None

Tuesday, Mar. 21

Bell Ringer: p. 522; Drawing Inferences

In Class: We began class by reviewing today’s bell ringer. We then began our study of the Inca Empire. For this section, we will be taking notes. We reviewed first line predictions that should have been completed yesterday. After a quick review of that pre-reading activity, we began taking notes on the following headings:

-The Incas Create an Empire

-Central Rule

-A Well-Organized Economy

-Life in the Inca Empire

-Social Divisions

-Religion

Students who were absent should see a classmate about getting the notes that they missed. We will finish notes on the Incas tomorrow.

Assignment: None

Wednesday, Mar. 22

Bell Ringer: p. 524; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer activity which we reviewed at the beginning of class. We then completed notes on the following headings:

-Religion

-Achievements

-Pizarro Conquers the Aztecs

These notes were the last that we had for our section on the Incas. After completing notes, students were given time to work on the Section Assessment. We reviewed answers for the Section Assessment at the end of class. Students who were absent should see a classmate to get notes that they missed. Absent students should also complete the Section 3 Assessment.

Here are the notes on our section covering the Incas —————–> The Incas

Assignment: Study for 16.3 Matching Quiz

Thursday, Mar. 23

Bell Ringer: p. 527; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Today we reviewed our bell ringer activity, then submitted them to be graded. We also took our quiz on Section 3- The Incas. After students completed the quiz, they worked on a study guide for the rest of class. The study guide is not for a grade but will be a great study tool for tomorrow’s test.

Here is a copy of the study guide:

The Early Americas Study Guide

Assignment: Study for The Early Americas Test

Friday, Mar. 24

Bell Ringer: Fill out the blue side of your answer document for the test. The subject is “The Early Americas.”

In Class: Today we completed our test on The Early Americas. Students who were absent will take the test on the Monday after Spring Break (4/3). 

Assignment: Have a great Spring Break!!!

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The Week of March 13

Posted by Jay McGaughy on March 13th, 2017

Monday, Mar. 13

Bell Ringer: p. 511; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students were given back their benchmark exams, then organized their binders in preparation for the next topic. Students completed a bell ringer activity.

After the bell ringer, we began our new topic, “The Early Americas.” We completed an ABC Brainstorm and reviewed answers for the brainstorm. Students were to list all the letters A-Z and come up with as many words as possible for each letter, using knowledge that they have about the Maya, Aztec, and Inca.

We looked at a map of the Mayan Civilization, our first civilization of study. We discussed the geography and resources.

After introducing the geography of the Maya, we started making GIST summaries for this section. For each subheading, students are to complete a summary using only 20 words. Today’s subheadings to be completed are:

-Early Peoples of MesoAmerica

-The Classic Age

-Social Structure

We then reviewed and shared summaries with one another. At the end of class, we completed a 3-2-1 activity. Students listed 3 important details from today, 2 things that stuck out to them about class, and one question they still have about the material. Students who were absent need to make sure that they get their bell ringer and complete summaries for all of the subheadings in Section 1.

Assignment: None

Tuesday, Mar. 14

Bell Ringer: p. 513; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer activity. We then finished doing out GIST summaries for this section. Today’s subheadings are:

-Religion

-Achievements

-Decline of Maya Civilization

See Monday’s post for instructions on completing summaries. We shared and reviewed summaries as a class. Students worked on 16.1 Section Assessment and we reviewed answers for the Section Assessment as a class to prepare for tomorrow’s quiz.

Assignment: Study for 16.1 T/F quiz

Wednesday, Mar. 15

Bell Ringer: p. 517; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students completed their bell ringer activity. We then took our 16.1 T/F quiz on the Mayan Civilization. After the quiz, we took a pre-assessment of the Aztec Empire.

Students then completed an entrance slip. We wrote down something we already knew about the Aztec Empire. Students shared some of their answers. Students kept their notecard in their notebook untill the end of class.

We then formed groups for Reciprocal Teaching. Students worked on Reciprocal Teaching until the end of class. At the end of class, students took out their notecard from the beginning of class, turned it over to the other side and completed their exit slip. Students wrote something they learned about the Aztec Empire from class today and turned it into the teacher.

Assignment: None

Thursday, Mar. 16

Bell Ringer: p. 518; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Today we completed our bell ringer activity, then formed our groups to continue working on our Reciprocal Teaching notes. Groups who complete Reciprocal Teaching then worked on Section Assessment for Section 2. We will have some time in class tomorrow to get everything completed for this section.

Assignment: None

Friday, Mar. 17

Bell Ringer: Write five words that describe Cortes’ conquest of the Aztecs. Use page 520 in your book if you need to.

In Class: Today we completed and discussed our bell ringer activity. We submitted our bell ringers from this week to be graded.

We did an activity on historical perspectives and did a class discussion on a primary source. The source was a letter from Hernan Cortes to Charles V. We did an analysis activity as a class. After we did the activity, we completed the post-assessment.

Students who were absent do not have anything to make up from today’s class. However, students must submit their bell ringers from this week to Mrs. Prosch when they return to school.

Assignment: Have a good weekend!

 

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The Week of March 6

Posted by Jay McGaughy on March 6th, 2017

Monday, Mar. 6

Bell Ringer: List five (5) things you know about Judaism.

In Class: Students completed their world-religions-comparison-chart-1(b) for Christianity.

Students that needed to completed make-up work.

Students could study for today’s ELA benchmark or tomorrow’s science benchmark.

Assignment: None

Tuesday, Mar. 7

Bell Ringer: List five (5) things you know about Hinduism.

In Class: Students completed their world-religions-comparison-chart-1(b) for Islam.

Students that needed to completed make-up work.

All make-up tests were completed today in class.

Students could study for today’s Science benchmark or tomorrow’s math benchmark.

Assignment: None

Wednesday, Mar. 8

Bell Ringer: List five (5) things you know about Buddhism.

In Class: We reviewed the world-religions-comparison-chart-1 for Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam today in class in preparation for tomorrow’s benchmark exam.

Students then had the remainder of the period to study for tomorrow’s benchmark exam.

Students that needed to completed make-up work.

Assignment: Study your world-religions-comparison-chart-1 for tomorrow’s benchmark exam.

Thursday, Mar. 9

Bell Ringer: NAME: Your Name; SUBJECT: 3rd 1/4 BE – Major World Religions; PERIOD: 1st, 3rd, 5th, or 6th; DATE: 3/9/17

In Class: Students completed their Their Quarter Benchmark Exam.

Any student still needing to complete make-up work did so today in class.

Assignment: BENCHMARK EXAM TODAY!

Friday, Mar. 10

Bell Ringer: Teacher Workday!

In Class: No Students!!

Assignment: Have a great weekend!!!

 

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The Week of February 27

Posted by Jay McGaughy on February 27th, 2017

Monday, Feb. 27

Bell Ringer: p. 397; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer activity. Students then read the first six subheadings of Section 12.3- “Islamic Empires.” For each subheading, students were to write down one or two questions that can be answered using the text. Students were then assigned to groups and groups were selected randomly to go to the front of the room. Other groups were given the opportunity to ask the group at the front questions that they had from their set of questions so that the groups could show off their expertise. This activity is part of a literacy strategy called “Professor Know-It-All.”

Students who were absent should make sure they read pages 395-396 so that they can understand the material.

Any students who have make up work from our Rome and Christianity Unit or The Islamic World should work on any missing assignments. We will be collecting grades from makeup work NEXT WEEK.

Assignment: None

Tuesday, Feb. 28

Bell Ringer: p. 397, Drawing Inferences

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer activity. Students were given a note card and were assigned one of three empires- Ottoman, Safavid, or Mughal. For the first 10-15 minutes of class, students wrote down any information on their empire that they thought was important. After everyone completed their note card, students were to find a partner and talk about their empires. After 2 or 3 minutes of teaching each other about their new empires, students exchanged note cards with their partner then found a new partner with a different empire than their new note card. We did this exchange about 4 times, ensuring that every student had the opportunity to learn about their new empire.

Students then worked on the 12.3 Section Assessment. If you did not finish the Section Assessment, it is NOT homework. We will have time to finish and go over answers tomorrow. Students who were absent need to read and study all of section 3 so that they know the material.

Assignment: None

Wednesday, Mar. 1

Bell Ringer: p. 398; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer assignment. After we went over the bell ringer, students were given time to complete their 12.3 Section Assessment. We reviewed answers for the Section Assessment and graded them. These were submitted for grading. We then did a took notes for test review. These notes will be very helpful for studying for the test! Notes can be found here—–> Chapter 12 Review Notes

Assignment: Study for 12.3 Matching quiz tomorrow!

Thursday, Mar. 2

Bell Ringer: p. 399; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students completed their bell ringer for the day and turned in this week’s bell ringers to be graded. We then took our Section 3 Matching Quiz. Students then worked on a study guide in preparation for the Islamic World test. Chapter 12 Study Guide

Assignment: Study for Chapter 12 test!

Friday, Mar. 3

Bell Ringer: Fill out the blue side of your answer document for the test. Subject: The Islamic World

In Class: Students completed their Chapter 12 Test on the Islamic World. Students who were absent should make up the test next week.

Assignment: Have a great weekend!!

 

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The Week of February 20

Posted by Jay McGaughy on February 21st, 2017

Monday, Feb. 20

Bell Ringer: Presidents’ Day – No School!!!

In Class: Presidents’ Day – No School!!!

Assignment: Presidents’ Day – No School!!!

Tuesday, Feb. 21

Bell Ringer: p. 387; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Today we passed out the tests we took on Friday and organized our binders. IF YOU WERE ABSENT FRIDAY and did not take the test, you need to see Mrs. Prosch about making up the test on or before Friday 2/24.

Students completed a bell ringer activity and we went over it as a class. We then began our new unit, “The Islamic World.” We discussed the geographical features of the Arabian Peninsula, then made a graphic organizer on Nomadic and Sedentary lifestyles. After going over information on these lifestyles as a class, we took notes on the beginnings of Islam. Students who were absent should see a classmate about getting today’s notes.

Assignment: None

Wednesday, Feb. 22

Bell Ringer: p. 389; Reading Time Lines

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer at the beginning of class. We then took notes as a class on the rest of section 12.1. After taking notes, we worked on the Section Assessment and reviewed answers as a class.

Students who were absent should see a classmate about getting notes and should turn in the 12.1 Section Assessment to Mrs. Prosch when they return to school.

Assignment: Study for 12.1 Matching quiz

Thursday, Feb. 23

Bell Ringer: p. 392; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer activity. Students then took their 12.1 matching quiz and turned in their Section 1 Assessment with the quiz. We got into groups and each group was assigned one subheading from Section 2- “Islamic Beliefs and Practices.” Each group came up with 3-5 bullet notes to share with the class. After 10 minutes, we collaborated on a class google doc with notes for Section 2. We then worked on the Section Assessment for Section 2.

Students can access the google doc from class today on google classroom. Students who were absent can use this to study for the material that they missed.

Assignment: Study for 12.2 T/F quiz

Friday, Feb. 24

Bell Ringer: p. 402; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Students submitted their bell ringers for this week. Bell ringers were graded and returned to the students.

Students finished 12.2 Section Assessment.

Students then completed 12.2 T/F Quiz.

Students then completed a graphic organizer for 12.4.

Students then completed 12.4 Section Assessment. Students submitted 12.4 Section Assessment and it was graded and returned.

Students completed 12.4 Multiple Choice Quiz. It was graded and returned to the students.

Any student who did not submit his or her 12.4 Section Assessment or take his or her 12.4 Quiz will do so next week.

Assignment: Have a great weekend!

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The Week of February 13

Posted by Jay McGaughy on February 13th, 2017

Monday, Feb. 13

Bell Ringer: None!

In Class: Students completed Interim III Assessment.

Assignment: Study for 11.2 Fill-in-the-Blank Quiz.

Tuesday, Feb. 14

Bell Ringer: p. 362; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students completed the bell ringer activity. After completing the bell ringer, students were given time to study for their 11.2 fill-in-the-blank quiz. Students took the fill-in-the-blank quiz.

After completing the quiz, we began Section 3- “The End of the Empire.” We will be working on the “Final Word” literacy strategy for the next 2 days. Today we began that strategy by working on the independent note-taking portion. For each of the 8 listed subheadings, students read the subheading, then wrote down what they feel like is the most important information from that subheading, and WHY they felt like that was most important. When students completed the note-taking, they began the 11.3 Section Assessment.

Students who were absent should see Mrs. Prosch ASAP about making up the 11.2 quiz. Absent students should also get today’s notes from a classmate.

Assignment: None!

Wednesday, Feb. 15

Bell Ringer: p. 364; Evaluating

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer activity. After completing the bell ringer, we went over instructions for the Final Word literacy strategy. Groups were assigned to students. Students worked with their groups on the Final Word activity, then worked on their 11.3 Section Assessment as a group.

We reviewed answers for the Section Assessment as a class. This is a great resource to use to study for tomorrow’s T/F quiz. Students who were absent should turn in their Section Assessment upon their return to class.

Assignment: Study for 11.3 T/F Quiz.

Thursday, Feb. 16

Bell Ringer: p. 366; Practice and Apply the Skill (1-3 only)

In Class: Students completed their bell ringer activity and submitted bell ringers for the week. We then took our 11.3 T/F quiz. Students who were absent should submit bell ringers upon their return to class and make up the quiz as soon as possible.

To review for the test, we did a Kahoot test review. The link for the kahoot is https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/542f5750-ab9c-4db8-9387-f5ea0120c316 and you will need TWO devices if you want to play the kahoot- one device to lead and another to actually play. I would recommend using a computer to access the link, and your own device to answer the questions. This is a GREAT study tool!

Assignment: Rome & Christianity Test tomorrow!

Friday, Feb. 17

Bell Ringer: Label your answer document with your name, date, and period. SUBJECT: Rome and Christianity

In Class: We took our test on Rome and Christianity. Students who were absent should see Mrs. Prosch about making the test up.

Assignment: 3-DAY WEEKEND!

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The Week of February 6

Posted by Jay McGaughy on February 6th, 2017

Monday, Feb. 6

Bell Ringer: p. 347; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students had about 20 minutes today to do the following:

  • Today’s Bell Ringer
  • Organize their binders
  • Nominate classmates for Who’s Who
  • Receive test scores

Mrs. Prosch then began her full-time teaching. Students took notes today in class. Any students who were absent should see a classmate to get today’s notes.

Assignment: None

Tuesday, Feb. 7

Bell Ringer: p. 351; Identifying Points of View

In Class: Students completed the bell ringer activity at the beginning of class. After completing and discussing the bell ringer, students continued to take notes on section 11.1- “From Republic to Empire.” Any students who were absent today should see a classmate for the bell ringer and for today’s notes.

Assignment: None

Wednesday, Feb. 8

Bell Ringer: p. 353; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students completed a bell ringer activity at the beginning of class. Students then finished their notes on Section 1- “From Republic to Empire.” Students completed the 11.1 Section Assessment. We reviewed answers for the Section Assessment. Students who were absent should see a classmate for today’s notes. Students who were absent should also complete the Section Assessment for 11.1 and submit it to Mrs. Prosch as soon as possible.

Assignment: Study for tomorrow’s matching quiz on Section 1

Thursday, Feb. 9

Bell Ringer: p. 357; Analyzing Information

In Class: Students worked on their bell ringer at the beginning of class. When students completed their bell ringer, they cleared their desks in preparation for the quiz.

Students took the 11.1 Matching Quiz. See Mrs. Prosch to make up the quiz if you were absent

Students then began taking notes on Section 2- The Roman Empire and Religion. Students who were absent should see a classmate for notes.

Assignment: None

Friday, Feb. 10

Bell Ringer: p. 360; Interpreting Maps

In Class: We reviewed our bell ringer together. Students also submitted bell ringers to be graded. If a student was absent, he or she should submit this week’s bell ringers to Mrs. Prosch as soon as possible.

Students began taking notes on the rest of Section 2- The Roman Empire and Religion. We used a literacy strategy known as “Coding.” Students are to read the information under the remaining subheadings starting on p. 358- The Teachings of Jesus, The Spread of Jesus’ Teachings, Growth of Christianity/Persecution, Early Church Organization, and Growth of the Papcy.

For each subheading, students should write down four thing labelled as follows:

*- Something I already know

+- New information

!- This is interesting information

?- I do not understand this/I have a question about this

 

Please note that students are not writing in the textbook. Students are to write in their notes section.

Students were to work on the Section 2 Assessment once completed with Coding Notes. We reviewed and graded the Section Assessment as a class.

The 11.2 fill-in-the-blank quiz will be on Tuesday 2/14.

Assignment: Enjoy your weekend!

 

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The Week of January 30

Posted by Jay McGaughy on January 30th, 2017

Monday, Jan. 30

Bell Ringer: p. 331; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students copied assignments for the week.

We then discussed the protocol for JIGSAW group work.

Students were assigned to an EXPERT group and assigned a chunk of text. Students then met with their EXPERT groups and recorded information on the Google Doc note-taking sheet.

Students then transitioned to their SHARE groups to share their expertise from the EXPERT groups.

Assignment: None

Tuesday, Jan. 31

Bell Ringer: pp. 332-333; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Students returned to their EXPERT groups today to debrief their learning from their SHARE groups which met yesterday.

Students then returned to their desks and opened a Google Doc to complete Section 3 Assessment, #’s 1-5 on page 335.

Once finished, students studied for tomorrow’s quiz.

Assignment: Study for The Late Republic True/False Quiz

Wednesday, Feb. 1

Bell Ringer: p. 334; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students had time today to complete Section 3 Assessment, #’s 1-5 on page 335.

Students had a few minutes to review their JIGSAW notes and their Section 3 Assessment before The Late Republic Quiz was released via Google Classroom.

Students complete The Late Republic Quiz.

Students then had time to study for Friday’s The Roman Republic Test.

Assignment: None

Thursday, Feb. 2

Bell Ringer: p. 336; Practice and Apply the Skill #1-4

In Class: Students submitted this week’s bell ringers. Mrs. Prosch graded and returned bell ringers.

Students had time to continue studying for tomorrow’s test.

Assignment: Study for The Roman Republic Test—Test tomorrow!

Friday, Feb. 3

Bell Ringer: 

In Class: Students completed The Roman Republic Test.

Assignment: Have a great weekend!!!!!

 

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The Week of January 23

Posted by Jay McGaughy on January 23rd, 2017

Monday, Jan. 23

Bell Ringer: p. 317; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students organized their binders.

Students received back their “The Greek World” tests and placed them in the sheet protector they used to organize their binders.

Students then checked Google Classroom to see if they received the Paragraph Shrinking Google Doc and if so he/she shared the Google Doc with his/her partner.

Students then worked with their partner to complete the Paragraph Shrinking literacy strategy for “Geography and the Rise of Rome” on pages 316-321.

Assignment: None

Tuesday, Jan. 24

Bell Ringer: p. 320; Interpreting Maps

In Class: Students continued working with their partner to complete the Paragraph Shrinking literacy strategy for “Geography and the Rise of Rome” on pages 316-321.

Once students completed the Paragraph Shrinking literacy strategy, they completed Section 1 Assessment, #’s 1-5 on page 321.

Students then used the remaining time in class to study for tomorrow’s quiz.

Assignment: Study for Geography and the Rise of Rome Fill-in-the-Blank Quiz

Wednesday, Jan. 25

Bell Ringer: p. 326; Analyzing Information

In Class: Students had a few minutes to finish completing yesterday’s Paragraph Shrinking and Section 1 Assessment.

Students then completed the Geography and the Rise of Rome quiz via Google Classroom.

I then explained the Reciprocal Teaching roles and how each role is an activity that good, active readers are subconsciously doing as they read.

Students then accessed their Reciprocal Teaching Google Doc via their email or Google Drive and began completing Reciprocal Teaching for Government and Society on pages 324-329.

Assignment: None

Thursday, Jan. 26

Bell Ringer: p. 327; Analyzing Primary Sources

In Class: We discussed Advanced Placement World History at OMHS.

Students then continued Reciprocal Teaching  for Government and Society on pages 324-329.

Students then reviewed their notes with their group and discussed what they learned with one another.

Time permitting, students completed Section 2 Assessment, #’s 1-5 on page 329 with their group at the bottom of their Reciprocal Teaching notes.

Assignment: Study for Government and Society Matching Quiz

Friday, Jan. 27

Bell Ringer: p. 328; Analyzing Visuals

In Class: Students submitted their bell ringers. Bell ringers were graded and returned to the students.

Students completed Reciprocal Teaching  for Government and Society on pages 324-329.

Students then reviewed their notes with their group and discussed what they learned with one another.

Students completed Section 2 Assessment, #’s 1-5 on page 329 with their group at the bottom of their Reciprocal Teaching notes.

Students then took their Government and Society Quiz via Google Classroom.

Assignment: Have a great weekend!

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The Week of January 16

Posted by Jay McGaughy on January 17th, 2017

Monday, Jan. 16

Bell Ringer: 

In Class:

Assignment: MLK, Jr. Day – NO SCHOOL!

Tuesday, Jan. 17

Bell Ringer: p. 293; Drawing Conclusions

In Class: Students took notes on the following topics from the-greek-world presentation:

  • Macedonia Conquers Greece
  • Phillip’s Military Strength
  • Alexander Builds an Empire
  • Controlling the Greeks
  • Building a New Empire
  • Marching Home
  • Spreading Greek Culture
  • Hellenistic Kingdoms

Assignment: 9.3 Section Assessment due tomorrow. Study for Alexander the Great True/False Quiz.

Wednesday, Jan. 18

Bell Ringer: p. 295; Making Inference

In Class: Students took notes on the following topics from the-greek-world presentation:

  • Hellenistic Macedonia
  • Hellenistic Syria
  • Hellenistic Egypt

We then reviewed 9.3 Section Assessment together.

Students then completed the Alexander the Great True/False Quiz.

Students took notes on the following topics from the-greek-world presentation:

  • The Arts
  • Statues and Paintings
  • Greek Architecture
  • New Forms of Writing
  • Philosophy

Assignment: 9.4 Section Assessment due tomorrow. Study for Greek Achievements Fill-in-the-Blank Quiz.

Thursday, Jan. 19

Bell Ringer: p. 299; Standardized Test Practice

In Class: We graded bell ringers.

Students took notes on the following topics from the-greek-world presentation:

  • Socrates
  • Plato
  • Aristotle
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Medicine and Engineering

We then reviewed 9.4 Section Assessment together.

Students then completed the Greek Achievements Fill-in-the-Blank Quiz.

Students then accessed “The Greek World” Quizlet via Google Classroom to study essential vocabulary for tomorrow’s test.

Assignment: Study notes, section assessments, and chapter review questions for tomorrow’s “The Greek World” Test.

Friday, Jan. 20

Bell Ringer: NAME: Your Name; SUBJECT: The Greek World; PERIOD: 1st, 3rd, 5th, 6th; DATE: 1/20/17

In Class: Students completed The Greek World Test.

Assignment: THE GREEK WORLD TEST TODAY!

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