Week of 4/18 (Quarter 4 Week 7)

603 – Period 1 – 603

Friday, April 22, 2016
Classwork: Student presentation of myths
Homework: Complete the graphic organizer for claims and evidence on Socrates Documents – t4w8SocratesDocuments

Thursday, April 21, 2016
Classwork: Draft myth based on the ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Make sure you have a complete myth and drawing of your Greek God/Goddess for tomorrow. t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Classwork: Create and illustrate an ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Think about a myth or story that can your made up god/goddess can be a character of that explains a natural or human mystery. The final draft  of this story will be written in class tomorrow. Myth Organizer –  t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 (HW 12)
Classwork: Close reading of myths about Ancient Greece: t4w7d2Myths
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a MEAL paragraph of no less than five complete sentences, respond: What mystery of nature or life was explained by the myth?

Monday, April 18, 2016 (HW 11)
Classwork: Close reading of Text on the gods of Ancient Greece
Homework: Complete reading and graphic organizer from today’s class: The Olympians t4w7d1GreekGodsReading and Graphic Organizer GOOlympianGod

606 – Period 2 – 606

Friday, April 22, 2016
Classwork: Student presentation of myths
Homework: Complete the graphic organizer for claims and evidence on Socrates Documents – t4w8SocratesDocuments

Thursday, April 21, 2016
Classwork: Draft myth based on the ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Make sure you have a complete myth and drawing of your Greek God/Goddess for tomorrow. t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Classwork: Create and illustrate an ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Think about a myth or story that can your made up god/goddess can be a character of that explains a natural or human mystery. The final draft  of this story will be written in class tomorrow. Myth Organizer –  t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 (HW 12)
Classwork: Close reading of myths about Ancient Greece: t4w7d2Myths
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a MEAL paragraph of no less than five complete sentences, respond: What mystery of nature or life was explained by the myth?

Monday, April 18, 2016 (HW 11)
Classwork: Close reading of Text on the gods of Ancient Greece: The Olympians t4w7d1GreekGodsReading and Graphic Organizer GOOlympianGod
Homework: In five or six complete sentences on loose-leaf: Create a New god or goddess. What is their power? What is their symbol? What is their domain (what do they have control over?)

709 – Period 3 – 709

Friday, April 22, 2016
Classwork: Critically viewing Jackson: Good Evil & the Presidency – Audiovisual Presentation
Homework: No homework

Thursday, April 21, 2016 (HW 10)
Classwork: Analyzing Political cartoons about Andrew Jackson
Homework:In a paragraph of five or six sentences, respond: Do you think the spoils system would have a positive or negative effect on Jackson’s presidency?

Wednesday, April 20, 2016 (HW 9)
Classwork: Analyzing Documents from the Election of 1824
Homework: In a MEAL paragraph of at least five or six complete sentences: Did John Adams enter into a “corrupt bargain” or not in the election of 1824? Use evidence from the documents to support.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 (HW 8)
Classwork: Close reading of documents about Tecumseh
Homework: Investigate a specific event in the life of Tecumseh, find three or four corresponding sources. In a MEAL paragraph of at least five sentences, explain why this even was significant to Tecumseh’s life.

Monday, April 18, 2016
Classwork: The War of 1812: Tecumseh – Audiovisual Presentation
Homework: No homework.

602 – Period 7 – 602

Friday, April 22, 2016
Classwork: Student presentation of myths
Homework: Complete the graphic organizer for claims and evidence on Socrates Documents – t4w8SocratesDocuments

Thursday, April 21, 2016
Classwork: Draft myth based on the ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Make sure you have a complete myth and drawing of your Greek God/Goddess for tomorrow. t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Classwork: Create and illustrate an ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Think about a myth or story that can your made up god/goddess can be a character of that explains a natural or human mystery. The final draft  of this story will be written in class tomorrow. Myth Organizer –  t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 (HW 12)
Classwork: Close reading of myths about Ancient Greece: t4w7d2Myths
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a MEAL paragraph of no less than five complete sentences, respond: What mystery of nature or life was explained by the myth?

Monday, April 18, 2016 (HW 11)
Classwork: Close reading of Text on the gods of Ancient Greece: The Olympians t4w7d1GreekGodsReading and Graphic Organizer GOOlympianGod
Homework: In five or six complete sentences on loose-leaf: Create a New god or goddess. What is their power? What is their symbol? What is their domain (what do they have control over?)

605 – Period 8 – 605

Friday, April 22, 2016
Classwork: Student presentation of myths
Homework: Complete the graphic organizer for claims and evidence on Socrates Documents – t4w8SocratesDocuments

Thursday, April 21, 2016
Classwork: Draft myth based on the ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Make sure you have a complete myth and drawing of your Greek God/Goddess for tomorrow. t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Classwork: Create and illustrate an ancient Greek-style god or goddess
Homework: Think about a myth or story that can your made up god/goddess can be a character of that explains a natural or human mystery. The final draft  of this story will be written in class tomorrow. Myth Organizer –  t4w7d3MythOrganizer

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 (HW 12)
Classwork: Close reading of myths about Ancient Greece: t4w7d2Myths
Homework: On loose-leaf, in a MEAL paragraph of no less than five complete sentences, respond: What mystery of nature or life was explained by the myth?

Monday, April 18, 2016 (HW 11)
Classwork: Close reading of Text on the gods of Ancient Greece: The Olympians t4w7d1GreekGodsReading and Graphic Organizer GOOlympianGod
Homework: In five or six complete sentences on loose-leaf: Create a New god or goddess. What is their power? What is their symbol? What is their domain (what do they have control over?)

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