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WEEK OF MONDAY,  MAY 11

Mon., May 11

Due:  Reading pages 55-145 and Journals #5-#8

In Class:  Check in Journals #5-#8; Begin reading pages 146-204 (finish the book) and working on Journals #9-#12

Homework:   Pages 146-204 in Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths and Journals #9-#12

Tues., 5/12

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Continue checking in Journals #5-#8; continue reading pages 146-204 (finish the book) and working on Journals #9-#12

Homework:   Pages 146-204 in Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths and Journals #9-#12

Weds., 5/13; Thurs., 5/14

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Begin watching the movie Hercules

Homework:  Pages 146-204 in Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths (finish the book) and Journals #9-#12

Fri., 5/15

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Continue watching the movie Hercules (if necessary); continue reading pages 146-204 (finish the book) and working on Journals #9-#12

Homework:  Pages 146-204 in Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths (finish the book) and Journals #9-#12

WEEK OF  MONDAY, MAY 18

Mon., 5/18

Due:  Pages 146-204; Mythology Journals 9-12 (REMEMBER TO USE THE PROPER FORMAT THAT WE HAVE GONE OVER IN CLASS; REMEMBER ALSO TO USE THE PROPER INTRODUCTION, EXAMPLES IN THE BODY, AND WRITE A PROPER CONCLUSION, ALL AS WE HAVE DISCUSSED IN CLASS.)

In Class:  Check in Journals 9-12; Review Journals 9-12; Discuss Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths

Homework:  Nothing

Tues., 5/19

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Introduce Children’s Myth Rubric and review; Pass out and review “List of all Greek Gods & Goddesses-The Olympians,” Characteristics of Myths,” and “Story Map” and review; Show sample Story Maps;  Begin working on Story Maps in class-USE YOUR SHORT STORY PACKETS! Be sure  to include ONE CHARACTERISTIC OF MYTHS for each category in your Story Map.

Homework:  Story Maps due Weds., 5/20; Thurs., 5/21; Bring colored pencils to class on Tues., 5/22

Weds., 5/20; Thurs., 5/21

Due:  Story Maps with ONE “CHARACTERISTIC OF MYTHS” (see handout) FOR EACH CATEGORY IN YOUR STORY MAP

In Class:  Conference Story Maps with whole class; revise Story Maps as necessary; begin TYPED DRAFTS OF 3-5 page CHILDREN’S MYTHS-with dialogue and narration-You will be handwriting and illustrating these Myths (if you have any issue with this, please speak to me).

Homework:  3-5 page Typed Draft of Children’s Myth using the Rubric as your guide due Tues., 5/26; Bring colored pencils to class on Tues., 5/22

Fri., 5/22

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Work on 3-5 page Typed Drafts of Children’s Myths with dialogue and narration using the  Rubric as your guide

Homework:   3-5 page Typed Drafts of Children’s Myths with dialogue and narration using Rubric as your guide due Tues., 5/27; Bring colored pencils to class on Fri., 5/22

WEEK OF MONDAY, 5/25

Mon., 5/25

MEMORIAL DAY

Tues., 5/26

Due:  3-5 page Typed Drafts of Children’s Myths with dialogue and narration using Rubric as your guide; colored pencils

In Class:  Peer and teacher editing of Typed Drafts of Children’s Myths with dialogue and narration; Begin working on your Children’s Myth book with dialogue, narration and illustrations using colored pencils for your illustrations

Homework:  Your completed Children’s Myth with Rubric (using the Children’s Greek Myth Rubric) is due Tues., 6/2

Weds., 5/27; Thurs., 5/28

Due:  Nothing

In Class:   Work on your Children’s Myth book with dialogue, narration and illustrations using colored pencils for your illustrations

Homework:  Your completed Children’s Myth and Rubric (using the Children’s Greek Myth Rubric) is due Tues., 6/2

Fri., 5/29

Due:  Nothing

In Class:   Work on your Children’s Myth book with dialogue, narration and illustrations using colored pencils for your illustrations

Homework:  Your completed Children’s Myth and Rubric( using the Children’s Greek Myth Rubric) is due Tues., 6/2

WEEK OF MONDAY, JUNE 1

Mon., 6/1

Due:  Nothing

In Class:   Work on your Children’s Myth book with dialogue, narration and illustrations using colored pencils for your illustrations

Homework:  Your completed Children’s Myth and Rubric (using the Children’s Greek Myth Rubric) is due Tues., 6/2 (I WILL ACCEPT NO LATE MYTH BOOKS WITH RUBRIC AFTER WEDS., 6/3 FOR HOURS 1,3, AND 5; AND THURS., 6/4 FOR HOURS 2 AND 6 AT THE VERY BEGINNING OF CLASS.)

Tues., 6/2

Due: Children’s Greek Myths with Rubrics

In Class:  Share Children’s Greek Myths; turn in Children’s Greek Myths with Rubrics

Homework:  Nothing

Weds., 6/3; Thurs, 6/4

Movie in LA

Band/Orchestra Assembly

Fri, 6/5

7th and 8th grade Portfolios in class

WEEK OF MONDAY, 6/8

Mon., 6/8

MOVE-UP DAY!

Special Schedule

Tues., 6/9

LANGUAGE ARTS CLASS PARTIES

Regular Schedule

Weds., 6/10

Character Connections and Wacky Recess

Thurs., 6/11

Cedar Point

Fri., 6/12

LAST 1/2 OF SCHOOL

7/8 BREAKFAST

DISMISSAL AT 11:30

 

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 5/4

NOTE:  7th Graders will be taking the M-Step with Ms. Share all week this week.  8th Graders will be working on Week #2 Mythology with Mrs. Cruz in her classes.

Mon. 5/4

Due for 7th Graders:  Nothing

Due for 8th Graders:  Read up to page 53; Journals 1-4 (Week #1)

In Class for 7th Graders:  ELA M-Step Classroom Activity

Homework for 8th Grade: I will check in Journals #1-#4 for my 8th grade students;  Reading for Week #2-Read pages 55-145; Journals #5-#8 due Mon., 5/11

Homework for 7th Grade:  Reading for Week #2-Read pages 55-145; Journals #5-#8 due Mon., 5/11 (remember to follow the Journal format)

Tues., 5/5; Weds., 5/6 (Weds./Thurs. Block schedule)

Due:  Nothing

In Class for 8th Grade:  Work on Week #2 Homework-Reading pages 55-145 and writing Journals #5-#8

In Class for 7th Grade:  ELA M-Step testing for all of 7th Grade

Homework for 8th Grade:  Reading for Week #2-Read pages 55-145; Journals #5-#8 due Mon., 5/11

Homework for 7th Grade:  Reading for Week #2-Read pages 55-145; Journals #5-#8 due Mon., 5/11

Thurs., 5/7; Fri., 5/8 (Weds./Thurs. block schedule)

Due:  Nothing

In Class for 8th Grade:  Work on Week #2 Homework-Reading pages 55-145 and writing Journals #5-#8

In Class for 7th Grade:  ELA M-Step testing for all of 7th Grade

Homework for 8th Grade:  Reading for Week #2-Read pages 55-145; Journals #5-#8 due Mon., 5/11

Homework for 7th Grade:  Reading for Week #2-Read pages 55-145; Journals #5-#8 due Mon., 5/11

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WEEK OF APRIL 27

NOTE:  7TH AND 8TH GRADERS WILL BE TAKING THE M-STEP TEST ON MONDAY AND FRIDAY THIS WEEK.  THERE WILL BE NO REGULAR LANGUAGE ARTS CLASSES HELD ON THOSE DAYS.  THERE WILL BE REGULAR CLASSES HELD ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY OF THIS WEEK.

Mon., 4/27

No ILD today

Homework:  Heroes, Gods and Monsters from the Greek Myths reading up through page 53 and Journals #1-#4 for 7th Graders; Nothing for 8th Graders

M-Step testing for 7th and 8th graders today-no LA classes scheduled today.

Tues., 4/28

Week #1 of Greek Mythology for 8th Graders

Week #2 of Greek Mythology for 7th Graders

Due:  Heroes, Gods and Monsters from the Greek Myths reading up through page 53 and Journals #1-#4 for 7th Graders; Hubris worksheet for both 7th and 8th graders

In Class: 8th Grade:   Introduce reading and Journals read to page 53 and respond to Journals #1-#4(Week #1); check in Hubris worksheets; 7th Grade: Check in and review Journals #1-#4; review new homework-read pages 55-145 and respond to Journals #5-#8 (Week #2); Check in Hubris worksheets.

Homework:  8th Grade Week #1:  Read to page 53 and Journals #1-#4 due Mon., 5/4;  7th Grade  Week #2:  Read pages 55-145 and Journals #5-#8 due Mon., May 11

Weds., 4/29; Thurs., 4/30

Week #1 of Greek Mythology for 8th Graders

Week #2 of Greek Mythology for 7th Graders

Due:  Nothing

In Class: 8th Grade:  Work on reading to pages 53 and Journals #1-#4 (Week #1); 7th Grade: read pages 55-145 and respond to Journals #5-#8 (Week #2).

Homework:  8th Grade Week #1:  Read to page 53 and Journals #1-#4 due Mon., 5/4;  7th Grade  Week #2:  Read pages 55-145 and Journals #5-#8 due Mon., May 11

Fri., 5/1

M-Step testing for 7th  graders today-no LA classes scheduled today.

In Class:  8th Grade Week #1:  Read to page 53 and Journals #1-#4 due Mon., 5/4

Homework:  8th Grade Week #1:  Read to page 53 and Journals #1-#4 due Mon., 5/4;  7th Grade  Week #2:  Read pages 55-145 and Journals #5-#8 due Mon., May 11

 

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 4/20

NOTE: ALL BCS 8TH GRADERS WILL BE TAKING THE M-STEP TEST ALL WEEK WITH MRS. CRUZ.  I WILL BE TEACHING ALL BCS 7TH GRADERS OUR 1ST WEEK OF GREEK MYTHOLOGY.

Mon., 4/20

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  What you will need in class during this Unit:  Planners, Composition Notebooks, a writing utensil, Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths (our book for this Unit), and Mythology Journal Questions; go over Journal Questions #1-4 for this week; Review Myths students will read for this week.

Homework:  ALL DUE TUESDAY, 4/28:  Journals 1-4 IN YOUR COMPOSITION NOTEBOOKS and Myths Zeus-Aphrodite (up to page 53 in your book).  REMEMBER TO USE THE PROPER FORMAT FOR YOUR JOURNAL RESPONSES.  ALSO REMEMBER TO USE WHATEVER REFERENCE MATERIALS YOU HAVE FROM CLASS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO ANSWER THE JOURNAL QUESTIONS (HANDOUTS INCLUDING THE ELEMENTS OF A SHORT STORY PACKETS, AND THE HANDOUTS FROM THE INTRODUCTION OF THIS UNIT).

Tues., 4/21; Weds., 4/22 (NOTE THAT THERE IS A SPECIAL SCHEDULE AND TUES. AND WEDS. ARE ACTUALLY FOLLOWING A WEDS./THURS. BLOCK SCHEDULE (CLASSES 1, 3, 5 WILL MEET).

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Read our mythology book; respond to Journal questions.

Homework:  ALL DUE TUESDAY, 4/28:  Journals 1-4 IN YOUR COMPOSITION NOTEBOOKS and Myths Zeus-Aphrodite (up to page 53 in your book).  REMEMBER TO USE THE PROPER FORMAT FOR YOUR JOURNAL RESPONSES.  ALSO REMEMBER TO USE WHATEVER REFERENCE MATERIALS YOU HAVE FROM CLASS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO ANSWER THE JOURNAL QUESTIONS (HANDOUTS INCLUDING THE ELEMENTS OF A SHORT STORY PACKETS, AND THE HANDOUTS FROM THE INTRODUCTION OF THIS UNIT).

Thurs., 4/23; Fri., 4/24

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Read our mythology book; respond to Journal questions.

Homework:  ALL DUE TUESDAY, 4/28:  Journals 1-4 IN YOUR COMPOSITION NOTEBOOKS and Myths Zeus-Aphrodite (up to page 53 in your book).  REMEMBER TO USE THE PROPER FORMAT FOR YOUR JOURNAL RESPONSES.  ALSO REMEMBER TO USE WHATEVER REFERENCE MATERIALS YOU HAVE FROM CLASS THAT ARE NECESSARY TO ANSWER THE JOURNAL QUESTIONS (HANDOUTS INCLUDING THE ELEMENTS OF A SHORT STORY PACKETS, AND THE HANDOUTS FROM THE INTRODUCTION OF THIS UNIT).

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NOTE:  CHECK PLANNERS AS DUE DATES MAY CHANGE AT THE LAST MINUTE!

WEEK OF APRIL 13

Mon., 4/13

Due:  Study for Post Test Elements of a Short Story

In Class:  Post Test Elements of a Short Story

Homework:  Nothing

Tues., 4/14 (Hours 1, 3, 5); Weds., 4/15 (Hours 2 and 6) NOTE SCHEDULE CHANGE!!

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Introduction to Greek Mythology:  An Overview, Map Handouts (Greece and Europe), Greek Gods and Goddesses Family Tree;  Notes on Let’s Talk Myths; discuss Notes.

Homework: Nothing

Thurs., 4/16 SCHEDULE CHANGE ALL DAY FOR ALL 7/8 STUDENTS

All 8th Graders  M-Step test in CAT MATH GROUPS:

Cruz 8th Grade CAT:  Creative Station

Brown 8th Grade CAT:  Staff Development Room 2

Mixon 8th Grade CAT Group:  Staff Development Room 1

Weage 8th Grade CAT Group 501 Lab

All 7th Graders on Field Trip to HENRY FORD MUSEUM/IMAX THEATER

Fri., 4/17

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Complete “Hubris” worksheet in class and go over

Homework:  If “Hubris” worksheet is not complete, due on Mon., 4/20

 

 

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I have been out this week ill with the flu.  My students have been learning about Elements of a Short Story using their Elements of a Short Story packets, a crossword puzzle, worksheets and a practice test that they completed (or will complete).  Their test will be on MONDAY, 4/13/15, and will be very much like their test review.  They had some time to study in class on Weds., 4/1; Thurs., 4/2.

Have a happy and safe break!

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 3/23

Mon., 3/23

Due:  Pages 103-203 by the beginning of class today

In Class:  Journal; Discuss Journal; Read in class if there is time

Homework:  Pages 203-298 by the beginning of class Fri., 3/27; If you have finished reading The Lions of Little Rock, you must bring a book to read to every class period

Lions of Little Rock Journal #3-Written in class on Mon., 3/23

Respond to the following in your composition notebooks:

Facing one’s fears is a major theme throughout the story. Marlee says, “I was really scared of flying and it turned out OK. No, not Okay. Great. For the first time I was thinking out loud. And it was fun. I think it might be time to try some other things I’m afraid of (163).”

Has there ever been a time when you have been afraid of something and it “…turned out OK?” What was it you were afraid of? How did you overcome your fear? Has that experience made it so that you would not be hesitant to try things that you were initially afraid of?

If you have not had this kind of experience, you may respond to the following Journal prompt:

Marlee draws upon her strengths in math class to calm her down when she is nervous or worried. She counts by prime numbers and thinks of square roots. Marlee encourages Liz to draw on her strengths in words by writing down the words she’s likely to say when she is angry. How might people’s strengths help them overcome their challenges? Use specific examples in your response.

Follow the Rubric and write your name, date, hour and teacher in the upper left hand corner of the page

Your response should be 3 paragraphs in length

Label your Introduction, Body and Conclusion

Use examples from the text (you do not have to use quotes)

Tues., 3/24

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  This is a reading day-make sure to have your books in class

Homework:  Pages 203-298 by the beginning of class Fri., 3/27; If you have finished reading The Lions of Little Rock, you must bring a book to read to every class period

Weds., 3/25; Thurs., 3/26

Due:  Bring your books to class; If you have finished reading your book, bring another book to class

In Class:  Criterion testing in Lab 501; bring your book to class

Homework:  Pages 203-298 by the beginning of class Fri., 3/27; If you have finished reading The Lions of Little Rock, you must bring a book to read to every class period

Fri., 3/27

Due:  Pages 203-298 by the beginning of class; bring your book to class

In Class:  Wrap up The Lions of Little Rock; Discuss important themes which exist in the novel, Discuss any remaining questions

QUICK JOURNAL QUESTION:

Friendship is a major theme in the novel. The friendship between Marlee and Liz withstands threats of violence to them and to their families. Write about the risks and rewards of their friendship.

Homework:  Nothing

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 3/16

Mon., 3/16

Due:  Pages 1-102 of The Lions of Little Rock

In Class:  Respond to the following Prompt in your composition notebooks:

“We are not just a town of racists, but those of us who believe in integration…’ He [Marlee’s father]shook his head. ‘We can’t seem to find our voice(75).'”  Follow the Rubric for Journal writing; give specific examples (between pages 1-102) when people showed courage and “found their voices” about integration.

Follow the Rubric and write your name, date hour and teacher in the upper left hand side of the page

Your response should be 3 paragraphs in length

Label your Introduction, Body and Conclusion

Use examples from the text

Homework: Read pages 103-203 in the Lions of Little Rock by the beginning of class Mon., 3/23

Tues., 3/17

Due:  Late Journals 1 and 2

In Class:  Student Led Conference Portfolios for those students who have not completed them yet; read pages 103-203 in Lions of Little Rock

Homework:  Read pages 103-203 in The Lions of Little Rock by the beginning of class Mon., 3/23

Weds., 3/18; Thurs., 3/19 (Conferences Weds., 3/18 5-8 pm; Thurs., 1-4 pm., 5-8 pm)

NOTE:  1/2 DAY THURSDAY. 3/19 ONLY

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Pre-test on Elements of a Short Story (in preparation for our Mythology Unit); continue reading in class

Homework:  Read pages 103-203 in The Lions of Little Rock by the beginning of class Mon., 3/23

Fri., 3/20

Due:  Nothing

In Class: Respond to the following Journal prompt in your composition notebook using your Journal Rubric:

Marlee draws upon her strengths in math to calm her down when she is nervous or worried.  She counts by prime numbers and at times thinks of square roots.  Marlee encourages Liz to draw on her strength in words by writing down the words she likes to say when she is angry.  How might people’s strengths help them overcome their challenges?  Use specific examples using characters from the book as well as examples from your own life as examples. 

Follow the Rubric and write your name, date hour and teacher in the upper left hand side of the page

Your response should be 3 paragraphs in length

Label your Introduction, Body and Conclusion

Use examples from the text and examples from your life

Homework:  Read pages 103-203 in The Lions of Little Rock by the beginning of class Mon., 3/23

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 3/9

Mon., 3/9

Due:  Make sure any late Brochures with Rubrics are turned in!

In Class:  Begin The Lions of Little Rock; The Driving Question is:  How did the social, political,  and economic environment of the 1950s shape the events which occurred during the 1950s in Little Rock, Arkansas?; Before beginning to read the book, respond to the following 6 Word Essays in your composition notebooks in class:

1.  What do you notice on the front cover of the novel?

2.  What does the front cover tell you about what the novel will be about?

Then, pass out books and begin reading.

Homework:  Pages 1-102 of The Lions of Little Rock must be read by the time class begins on Mon., 3/16

Tues., 3/10

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Work on Student-Led Conference Portfolios in order to get ready for Conferences (which are Weds., 3/18 from 5-8 PM and from 1-4 PM and 5-8 PM Thurs., 3/19); always bring your novel to class in case there is time to read

Homework:  Pages 1-102 of The Lions of Little Rock must be read by the time class begins on Mon., 3/16

Weds., 3/11; Thurs., 3/12

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  NWEA testing; Bring your novel to class in case you finish the test with time to read

Homework:  Pages 1-102 of The Lions of Little Rock must be read by the time class begins on Mon., 3/16

Fri., 3/13

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  You will have a Journal response to complete in your COMPOSITION NOTEBOOK  at the beginning of class; then there will be time to read in class; The Journal Question you will respond to in class is:

WHAT DO THE LIONS REPRESENT IN THE NOVEL SO FAR? USE EXAMPLES FROM THE NOVEL IN YOUR RESPONSE. FOLLOW THE RUBRIC FOR JOURNAL WRITING AND USE THE INTRODUCTION, BODY, CONCLUSION FORMAT, AND GIVE EXAMPLES FROM THE TEXT IN THE BODY OF YOUR RESPONSE.

Homework:  Pages 1-102 of The Lions of Little Rock must be read by the time class begins on Mon., 3/16

 

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WEEK OF MONDAY, 2/9

Mon., 2/9

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Introduction to our Expository 1950s Research Project (for the reading of The Lions of Little Rock novel); Give an overview of the Rubric; Meet with Mrs. Truesdell in the Media Center to go over how to use Easybib and researching tools for our 1950s Tri-fold Brochure Project; DRIVING QUESTION:  How did the social, political, and economic environment of the 1950s shape the events which occurred during the integration attempts in Little Rock, Arkansas?

Homework: Nothing

Tues., 2/10

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Review Rubric more thoroughly; Choose partners (as much as possible 7th and 8th grade students will be partnered together); Introduce Expository/Explanatory Thesis Statements (Claim); Log onto Easybib under one partner’s name (but you MUST share the user name and password for Easybib so that you both ave access to the project); Create NEW PROJECT and title it “1950s Trifold Brochure Project”

Homework:  Information for Front Cover of Brochure including source, Title and  picture, along with all required information included in Rubric due Weds., 2/11, Thurs., 2/12

Weds., 2/11; Thurs., 2/12

Due:  Information for Front Cover of Brochure including source, Title and  picture, along with all required information included in Rubric

In Class:  Begin researching for the Introduction section of the Brochure; Select one source to use to create the 8-10 sentence paragraph text draft and picture for this section of the Brochure; SUMMARIZE OR PARAPHRASE the information in this section (NO QUOTATIONS!) on one Easybib notecard (with attached bibliography; Review handout on Paraphrasing and Summarizing

Homework:  Introduction section with photograph, 8-10 sentence paragraph with bibliography for the one source used (in black and white-you will print in color ONLY for your final copy of the Brochure) for this section due Fri., 2/13

Fri., 2/13

Due: Nothing

In Class:  Continue working on the Introduction section of the Brochure; Select one source to use to create the 8-10 sentence paragraph text draft and picture for this section of the Brochure; SUMMARIZE OR PARAPHRASE the information in this section (NO QUOTATIONS!) on one Easybib notecard (with attached bibliography; Review handout on Paraphrasing and Summarizing.  The Introduction should be on one color-coded Notecard.  Also on the Notecard should be the Expository Thesis Statement, the 8-10 sentence paragraph introducing the social, political, and economic environment of the 1950s, the photograph should be on one of your partner’s h drive, the caption for the photograph should be on the Notecard along with the one source that you used; the website of that source should also be on the bibliography of easybib.

Homework:  The Introduction Notecard  including the source on easybib’s bibliography and the photo saved on one partner’s h drive is due on Tues., 2/24.  You will have time to work on the Introduction in class on Fri., 2/13 and Mon., 2/23

HAVE A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE MID-WINTER BREAK!

WEEK OF MARCH 2

Mon., 3/2

Due:  Political Environment Easybib.com Notecard

In Class:  Work on Economic Notecard on Easybib.com with your partner

Homework:  Economic Notecard on Easybib.com; Your Brochure (printed in color) on the 1950s in America is due at the end of class Fri., 3/6

Tues., 3/3

Due:  Economic Notecard on Easybib.com

In Class:  Begin putting your 1950s in America Brochure together using Microsoft Publisher or whatever software you feel is best

Homework:  Your Brochure (printed in color) on the 1950s in America is due at the end of class Fri., 3/6

Weds., 3/4; Thurs., 3/5

Due:  Nothing

In Class:  Work on putting together your Brochure on the 1950s in America using Microsoft Publisher or whatever software you feel is best

Homework:  Your Brochure (printed in color) on the 1950s in America is due at the end of class Fri., 3/6

Fri., 3/6

Due:  Your Brochure (printed in color) on the 1950s in America is due at the end of class Fri., 3/6

In Class:  Continue working on putting together your Brochure

Homework:  Nothing

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