We completed this week's pen pal video (Fire in our Hearts)
HW over break: Actively read the Packet give on Thursday (Epilogue: African Independence)
Assignments done in class and expected done by end of day today, HW if necessary:
1. Imperialism Project
2. TFA end of book & perspective assignment (on google classroom)
HW due after break: Actively read a given packet, "Epilogue: African Independence"
Please continue work on your imperialism project (due Thursday) and your TFA reading roles (due Thursday)
*Anchor Activity #2 due. Please be sure you turn them in or write "hard copy" on the spreadsheet on google classroom.
Monday we watched the pen pal movie for week three and wrote to our pen pals. If you were absent, please do this is you are able by Friday.
We then began work on the Imperialism Unit Project. You can see the assignment sheet, group assignments, and blank notes page on google classroom.
Tuesday: We continued work on the Imperialism Project and Lit circles for TFA reading.
Today we completed the second week's assignment for penpal schools.
We then got into literature circles based on roles to discuss Things Fall Apart
HW: Take notes on p. 695 of the text, Impact of Colonial Rule
Due Tomorrow: Notes on one of the following sections-27.3,4,5
Today we completed the week 1 penpal schools. If you were absent, please watch the video and reply to your penpal.
Today we took notes on the three levels of thinking when analyzing political cartoons. If you were absent, please view and take notes on the presentation on google classroom about political cartoons.
HW: notes on chapter 27 section 1 are due tomorrow. There will be an open notes quiz.
Today we watched The Danger of a Single Story and identified ways the single story view can have real life consequences.
Today we began our Perspective unit by looking at what shapes perspective and implicit bias.
HW is on google classroom - Hunter/Lion Proverb
Today we analyzed an MCAS sample essay. See document on google classroom for prompt.
HW: Locate the thesis statement (the one sentence in the first paragraph that goes through the three levels of thinking) and identify the parts of that sentence correspond to each level.