Review of WWII Study Guide; students will utilize their textbook and old exam as resources
Review of specific WWII graphics & maps in textbook; pgs. 772-773, 767
Review of specific WWII dates:
December 7, 1941
June 6, 1944
December 16, 1944
May 8, 1945
August 15, 1945
September 2, 1945
Study all your study guides for your Nine Weeks Exam tomorrow!!
3rd Nine Weeks Exam
Civil Rights Movement “Create-A-Word” activity;
Students: Please bring a book or other school work you need to work on for after the exam.
Video on Nazi Germany, THE RISE OF THE THIRD REICH; notes & quiz
*****Spring Pictures will be taken tomorrow, Friday, March 12th*****
Video on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
class will take notes and quiz following video
***** SPRING PICTURES TAKEN TODAY*****
HAVE A SUPER (AND SAFE) SPRING BREAK!!!!!!!!
The date of our 3rd Nine Weeks Exam has been moved to WEDNESDAY, March 10, 2010.
Today we will work together as a class to answer 12 essays questions concerning the Civil Rights Movement. We will begin with a class discussion and use other reference materials as needed.
Study for your nine weeks exam on Wednesday, March 10th!
completion of Chapter 29, Section 3
Map of Freedom Riders route from Washington, D.C. through the south to New Orleans;
Class discussion of African American roles in professional sports; begin with consideration of Jackie Robinson
Work on your Black History Month Project!!!!! They are due this Thursday, March 4th!!!!
Chapter 6, Earthquakes test is tomorrow!! Review your study guide!
PopQuiz on Chapter 29, Section 3
Web Graphic Organizer of important Civil Rights leaders and their roles;
begin reading of Chapter 29, Section 4
Work on your Black History Month Project!!!!! They are due tomorrow, March 4th!!!!
BLACK HISTORY PROJECTS ARE DUE TODAY!
Students will present projects to the class; students will vote in class for their top 5 favorite posters
Completion of Chapter 29, Section 4
Guided Reading for 29-4 in cooperative groups; creation of chart describing equal rights for minority groups such as women, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and those with disabilities
Students!! Thank you for working so hard this week! I know you have put in some serious overtime on your studies this week because it shows in the creative work you have produced! Thank you for buckling down and getting serious because now, it’s time for fun!! Enjoy your weekend!
Review of Martin Luther King, Jr. video
Review of all 50 states, all 50 capital cities, and all 50 states two letter abbreviations
FOR MY SCIENCE CLASS!!!!!
It is imperative that you complete your Chapter 6 Study Guide tonight! We will go over the correct answers to the study guide tomorrow in class and you must have your answers ready for review during class. Please come prepared!
Black History Projects are due THIS Thursday, March 4th!