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Don't Forget Quizzes on Monday!!! See your calendar!!!
Tuesday June 7th PERIODS 3 and 4
Wednesday June 8thPERIODS 2 and 5
Thursday June 9th PERIODS 1 and 6
Bell Schedule for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Period A 8:00 - 10:00
Break 10:00 - 10:13
Passing 10:13 - 10:20
Period B 10:20 - 12:20
Student Dismissal 12:20
Lunch 12:20 - 12:45
DIRECTIONS: Use the map placards (Middle East Activity) and readings to help you answer the question under each Arab-Israeli conflict. Be sure that your answers incorporate specific details from the reading and are formatted in complete sentences.On the Map Activity, please refer to your book pgs. A-40 and 585 to help you label and color your map.MiddleEast Map.doc
DIRECTIONS: Please see the examples at the end of the Cold War Cartoon Analysis Worksheet. Level I & 2 do not need to be complete sentences, but Level 3 needs complete sentence responses! Be sure to label the simple time line at the end of your worksheet packet.
Read the link very carefully
I. Time Line Entry (12 font, Times New Roman)
-Organize all 20 topics individually into an outline (2 sentences minimum for every section)
Example: Creation of the A-bomb
1. Topics/Even, Date and Location
II. Time Line Visual
-Illustrate your time line in a creative way. You must include all 20 topics on your visual. Your poster only needs the Date and Topic neatly written. Remember this is the creative visual element of the project. Be creative in your time line! Posters need to be at least 11 X 18 inches in size.
DIRECTIONS: Complete only 7 figures. You will need to read each of the 7 bibliographies very carefully in order to address the topics on the Handout. On the Handout be sure to address the following:
DIRECTIONS: Please read about the 8 major events of the Holocaust and the resistance movements to the Holocaust. Be sure to answer the questions at the bottom of each page to address: What Happened During This Stage & What We Learned About Resistance in This Stage Please place your responses (3-4 sentences) accordingly in the Matrix Student Handout 4.3E
Pick one of the following countries to represent: France, Britain, Poland, USSR, USA or Switzerland. Then read the background sheet (4.2A) on the one you selected. Then read the event cards in order (4.2B) and address each event on your worksheet. Be sure to include the event title, the letter response you selected, 3 sentences that describe in detail your justification for your country's response and a "gut-check" grade you would give your country.
In class handout:
Description of art pieces:
Be sure to label the following titles in order on your topic lines
Follow the directions on the Communist Rule in Modern China sheet. Be sure to provide detailed responses for each box in columns 2 & 3 with at least 2 sentences!
Follow the directions on Handout 1.4 DCommunist Rule in Modern China.pdf
Please use Student Handout 2.3B at the end of the placards to address all 10 placards. Be sure to follow the directions in bold at the top of the handout above each column. You must incorporate at least two sentences within column 2 & 3. In addition, identify which of the following propaganda characteristics were used in the poster. Be sure to state in a sentence your justification for selecting that characteristic.
Mass Appeal: something that appeals to a large group of the population, regardless of race, culture, wealth, ancestry, position or religion.
Idealistic: image displays an ideal perfection or excellence.
Bandwagon: persuading the viewer to do something by letting them know that others are doing it.
Emotional plea: words, images and/or symbols that make the viewer feel strongly toward someone or an idea.
Expert Testimony: using the words of a famous person to persuade the viewer.
Please be patient when uploading the link. The file is big and will take a few minutes to upload!Life Under Stalin.pdf
Read each placard and stop to discuss and respond to each question as a group. Be sure to have your group discussion responses recorded on one sheet of paper for each class: Peasants, Intellectuals, Nobility & Clergy.
Individually give your own unique answer to the questions on 1.2D Handout.
On a separate sheet of paper, please give a paragraph response to the following prompt.