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Child Labor Project - Brochure

Due Friday June 7th (can be handed in earlier)

task.docx

Mini-notebook 2.doc

Child Labor - brochure.pub

Monday May 13th

In Class:  Signed up for Competition Day

Watched Discovery Education video "The Crusades" and "The Bubonic Plague"

Discussed videos

HW:  Black Death article ss7 bubonic plague 2.docx and worksheet Black Death WS.docx

Friday May 10th

In Class:  The Crusades

Read "Crusaders at the Wall" and answered questions #14-16

HW:  Read "Return from the Crusades" and complete WS WS Return from the Crusades.doc     

Any other work not completed in class this week needs to be completed by Monday

Thursday May 9th

In Class:  The Crusades

Completed work from Wednesday

Wednesday May 8th

In Class:  The Crusades

Read Junior Scholastic  article "The Crusades" and completed questions #1-7    Crusades.doc

HW:  No HW

Tuesday May 7th

In Class:  Middle Ages review

Completed Feudal Triangle

HW:  No HW

Monday May 6th

In Class:  Discussion of film "42"  Opening Question:  Review of "42"

WS - 4 Jackie Robinson quotes - Define, relate to your life, agree or disagree with the quote  Jackie robinson.docx

HW:  Finish WS Jackie Robinson quotes

Friday May 3rd

Students attended the movie "42"

Monday April 29th - Thursday May 2nd

NJ ASK all week.  Classes that did meet read articles in Junior Scholastic or did team building problem solving activities.

Friday April 26th

In Class:  Read, answered questions and discussed Story 3 on Jackie Robinson in Story and Genre Packet.

HW:  No HW   ASK starts on Monday

Thursday April 25th

In Class:  Went over HW.

Opening Question:  Is there ever a "good" reason or time for segregation?

Watched a discussed video clip "Remembering Manzanar"

HW:  No HW

Wednesday April 24th

In Class:  Went over Story One questions.  Read Story Two on Jackie Robinson in Story and Genre packet.

HW:  Answer Question 1 from story.

Tuesday April 23rd (half day)

In Class:  Opening Question:  Why is/was there segregation?

Watched a 2 minute video from CBS News documenting the 1963 basketball game between Loyola and Mississippi State.

HW:  No HW

Monday April 22nd

In Class:  Our unit on the Middle Ages is temporarily put on hold while we do some ASK prep focused on the life of Jackie Robinson.

Read story One: An Outside Perspective from the packet Story and Genre

HW:  Complete the packet

Friday April 19th 

Completed Ch 5 S 1

Filled in "Feudal Triangle"

HW:  No HW

Thursday April 18th

In Class:  Read Ch 5 Section 1 "Feudalism in the Middle Ages" and worked on questions and vocab

HW:  No HW

Wednesday April 17th

In Class:  Read "Feudal Arrangement" from Enjoying World History packet

HW:  Complete WS on "Feudal Arrangement"

Tuesday April 16th

In Class:  Passed back movie reviews - discussed grades

Opening Quesion:  What do you know about the Middle Ages?

Passed out worksheets from Enjoying World History - Intro notes on Middle Ages

HW:  Hand in the new and improved worksheet for "42"  now playing on May 3rd

Monday April 15th

In Class:  Sub - Current Event from Junior Scholastic "Plastic Water Bottles War" and "Should There Be an Extension of the School Year"

HW:  No HW

Friday April 12th

In Class:  Go over the current event from Thursday

HW:  No HW

Thursday April 11th

In Class:  Current Event - Middle East

HW:  No HW

Wednesday April 10th

In Class:  MP 3 Exam

HW:  Enjoy the sunshine !!!

Tuesday April 9th

In Class:  Went over the review  for the MP 3 Exam.  

HW:  Study for MP 3 Exam on Wednesday

Monday April 8th

In Class:  Review was handed out for the MP 3 Exam.  Students worked on the review

HW:  Complete the review and study for MP 3 Exam on Wednesday

Friday April 5th

In Class:  Current Event

Thursday April 4th

In Class:  Test - Reasons for the Fall of Rome

HW: No HW

Wednesday April 3rd

In Class:  Review - Reasons for the Fall of Rome

Students completed WS Cause and Effect chart

HW:  Study for test on Thurs - The Fall of Rome

Tuesday April 2nd

In Class:  Students read "Freedom Recalled" from Enjoying World History, and completed the accompanying questions on the WS 

HW:  Study for test on Thurs - The Fall of Rome

Thursday March 28th

In Class:  Students handed in their movie review of Girl Rising and completed a group participation WS

Wednesday March 27th

In Class:  Students read the intro to "Freedom Recalled" from Enjoying World History and answered question 1 from the accompanying worksheet

HW:  Movie review due Thursday March 28th

Tuesday March 26th

In Class:  Students read the intro to Enjoying World History and answered the question from the accompanying worksheet

HW:  Movie review due Thursday March 28th

Monday March 25th

In Class:  Students received all the work and handouts for the week in preparation for vacation and absences

Discussion - reasons for the Fall of Rome

HW:  Movie review due Thursday March 28th

Friday March 22nd

In Class:  Students completed and went over Ch 7 S 5 "The Fall of Rome"

HW:  Work on the movie review  due Wed March 27th

Thursday March 21st

In Class:  

Opening Question:  What conditions or events might cause a country to decline or fall?

Students read Ch 7 S 5 "The Fall of Rome" in the Ancient World textbook

HW:  Work on the movie review

MOVIE REVIEW INFO

Girl Rising Website http://10x10act.org/girl-rising/

Directions: Girl Rising.docx

Due Date:  Wednesday March 27th

Wednesday March 20th

In Class:  Students worked in groups to write a movie review of the film Girl Rising.

HW:  Movie Review due Wed March 27th   Girl Rising.docx

Tuesday March 19th

In Class:  Students worked in groups to write a movie review of the film Girl Rising.

HW:  Movie Review due Wed March 27th     Girl Rising.docx

Monday March 18th

In Class:  Students were put in groups to write a movie review of the film Girl Rising.  Girl Rising.docx

HW:  Movie Analysis WS for those students who did not receive the WS last week.

Thursday March 14th and Friday March 15th

Students went to see the movie Girl Rising  one of the days and on the other read the Junior Scholastic article Women Warriors  and worked on a current event worksheet.  

HW:  Current Event worksheet due on Wednesday March 20th.

Wednesday March 13th

TEST - Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome

]Tuesday March 12th

In Class:  Review for test on Wednesday

Friday March 8th and Monday March 11th

In Class:  Students read Spartacus

Students completed WS Spartacus

Students worked on review sheet

HW:  Complete Review Sheet

Study  Test Wednesday - Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome

Thursday March 7th

In Class:  Readings and WS  Life of Patricians, Life of Plebeians

No Test on Friday

Delayed Opening

Wednesday March 6th

In Class: Students watched and took notes on video clips on the Roman Republic and its influence on American government. 

Students created a Venn diagram comparing the Roman Republic and the American government.

HW:  Study for test on Friday.  Topics:  Athenian Democracy and Roman Republic

Tuesday March 5th

In Class:  Students finished the assignment from Monday.

Students watched and took notes on video clips on the Roman Republic and its influence on American government.  

HW:  Ask an adult about the sequester?

Monday March 4th

In Class:  Students read Ch 7 S 1 "The Roman Republic"  (sub)

Ch7 S 1 - Define terms p. 210 and answered questions 1 - 3 p. 215

HW:  No HW

Friday February 22nd

In Class:  Checked Wordsworth Chart #5

Test - Types of Government and John Locke

HW:  Have a GREAT WEEKEND

Thursday February 21st

In Class:  Discussed Advantages and Disadvantages of different types of government.  Filled in chart

Review- Reviewed for tomorrow's test

HW:  Test on Friday - Types of Government and John Locke - Study and complete Wordsworth Chart #5 for Friday

Wednesday February 20th

In Class:  Went over HW - John Locke

Handed out review sheet and Wordsworth Chart #5

HW:  Test on Friday - Types of Government and John Locke - Study and complete Wordsworth Chart #5 for Friday

Tuesday February 19th

In Class:  John Locke WS - Discussion of John Lockes' philosophy and its impact on our Founding Fathers

HW:  WS  John Locke   Questions on Lockes's philosophy

Monday February 18th

In Class:  John Locke WS - Discussion of John Lockes' philosophy and its impact on our Founding Fathers

HW:  No HW

Friday February 15th

In Class:  Quiz Types of Government

HW:  No HW

Thursday February 14th

In Class:  Handout - Types of Government    Handout - Chart  Define Types of Government  Adv and Disadv

HW:   Study for quiz on Friday   Types of Government

Wednesday February 13th

In Class:  Discussed role of government, types of government.

Paragraph writing:  Which type of government appeals most to you?  Why?

Tuesday February 12th

In Class:  Collected civil rights essays  Per 7 is do on Friday

Opening Question - What is the role/function of government?

Discussion on the opening question.

HW:  Ask an adult the opening question.

Monday February 11th

In Class:  Students read Ch 3 S 4 in Foundations of Geography, Political Systems.

Students created a graphic organizer

Students copied down Key Terms on p. 80

Students answered #1-3 on p. 84

HW:  No HW

February 4th - February 8th 

ESSAY:  Reflective piece on civil rights movement.  

Instructions for accessing Discovery Education videos   instructions.docx

Friday February 8th  

In Class:  Students worked on rough draft of essay

HW:  Reflective Essay due Tuesday February 12th  Must be typed

Thursday February 7th

In Class:  Students worked on graphic organizer Reflective Piece.docx

HW:  Complete graphic organizer

Reflective Essay due Tuesday February 12th  Must be typed

Wednesday February 6th

In Class:  Students finished watching the Discovery Education video "The Civil Rights Movement:  The Role of Youth in the Struggle"

HW:  Complete the WS on the videoVideo Children in the civil rights.docx

Tuesday February 5th

In Class:  Students watched the Discovery Education video "The Civil Rights Movement:  The Role of Youth in the Struggle"

HW: No HW

Monday February 4th

In Class:  Students read "Freedom Fighters" from Junior Scholastic

HW:  List the main idea and supporting details of the article "Freedom Fighters"

Friday February 1st

In Class:  Marking Period 2 Exam

HW:  No HW

Thursday January 31st

In Class:  Review for exam

HW:  Study map and flash cards for exam

Wednesday January 30th

In Class:  PowerPoint Israeli/palestinian conflict   Students took notes

Handed out flash cards for the quarterly

HW: Study Middle Eastern map

Study flash cards

MP Exam  on Friday

Tuesday January 29th

In Class:  Students shared their notes from Monday on the article What is the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?

HW:  Study Middle Eastern map

Read Parable of an Orphan and answer questions

Monday January 28th

In Class:  Read Packet What is the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?  

Students in groups read a section and took notes.

HW:  No HW

Friday January 25th

In Class:  Quiz - Middle East Religion Chart

Thursday January 24th

In Class:  Filled in Middle East Religion Chart

HW:  Study notes on Judaism, Christianity, Islam

Wednesday January 23rd

In Class:  Filled in Middle East Religion Chart

HW:  Study notes on Judaism, Christianity, Islam

Tuesday January 22nd

In Class:

Opening Question:  What do you know about Islam?

Students read Ch1 S2 "The Rise and Spread of Islam" and completed opening question

HW:  No HW

Monday January 21st

No School - Martin Luther King Day

Friday January 18th

In Class:

Complete Ch7 S 4 "Christianity and the Roman Empire"

Go over Ch7 S4 "Christianity and the Roman Empire"

HW: No HW

Thursday January 17th

In Class:

Opening Question:  Approximately old is Judaism?  Christianity

Read Ch7 S 4 "Christianity and the Roman Empire" and  answer questions 1 and 2 on p. 233 in textbook

Some classes finished notes from Wednesday then did the book assignment

HW: No HW

Wednesday January 16th

In Class:

Notes - Rise of the Israelites Timeline

Notes - Persecution of Jews Throughout History

HW - No HW

Tuesday January 15th   

In Class:

Check WS "Rise of the Israelites"  

Notes - Jewish Diaspora

HW:  No HW

Monday January 14th

In Class:  

Students continued working on the WS Rise of the Israelites

Opening Question:  What events/conditions can cause the "movement" of people as a group?

HW:  Finish Worksheet (including timeline)

Friday January 11th

In Class:

Religions of the Middle East

Students read pp. 55 - 57 in our text and started the accompanying worksheet "Rise of the Israelites"

Opening Question:  What 3 religions started in the Middle East?

HW: No HW

Thursday January 10th

In Class:  

Filled out Island of Competence slip

Trivia Contest (fun)

HW:  No HW

Wednesday January 9th

In Class:  

Test Writing Prompt:  Would the Code of Hammurabi be an effective form of law in the United States today?

Tuesday January 8th

In Class:

Collected Museum Exhibit Project

Checked and went over WS Code of Hammurabi

Monday January 7th - Substitute

In Class:  Students completed WS The Code of Hammurabi

Friday January 4th

Code of Hammurabi

HW:  Work on Museum Exhibition Project due on Monday January 7th

Thursday January 3rd

In Class:  Check and go over homework

Code of Hammurabi

HW:  Work on Museum Exhibition Project due on Monday January 7th

Wednesday January 2nd

In Class:  Students read an editorial from the Asbury Park Press "Reduce Plastic Bags Use Through Law"

In Class:  Per 7 in computer room working on museum exhibit project

HW:  Complete Current Event WS  except for Per 7

Work on Museum Exhibition Project due on Monday January 7th

Tuesday 12/18th - Thursday 12/20th 

In Class:  Students worked on the museum exhibit project.  Project is due Monday January 7th.

University of Chicago Mesopotamia site  

http://mesopotamia.lib.uchicago.edu/interactives/DigIntoHistory.html

Notes Day 1.docx

Museum Exhibition Project.docx   directions

Monday December 17th

Worked in computer room on the Museum Exhibition project.  

HW - Complete Notes Day 1 and explore a dig site (for fun)

Friday December 14th

Quiz - World Map and Wordsworth Chart 3

Thursday December 13th

Review Wordsworth and Maps

HW - Study World Map and Wordsworth Chart 3

Quiz on World Map and Wordsworth Chart 3 on Friday

Wednesday December 12th

Map - Label and identify 7 Continents and 5 Oceans

Map - Label and identify countries of the Middle East

HW - Study World Map and Wordsworth Chart 3

Quiz on Maps and Wordsworth Chart 3 on Friday

Tuesday December 11th

Test - Early People and Arab Spring

HW - Wordsworth Chart 3  Due Wed  Chart 3.doc

Monday December 10th

Review for test on Early People and Arab Spring  Review - Achievements of Early People.doc

HW - Study for tes on Tuesday

Wednesday November 28th

Collected Elks Essays

Passed back and went over tests Read "Syria and the Arab Spring

No HW

Tuesday November 27th

Test - Map Skills and 5 Themes of Geograpy

HW:  Elks Essay due Wednesday

Monday November 26th 

Review of basic map skills and 5 Themes of Geography

HW:  Test on Tuesday study the 5 Themes of Geography

Elks Essay due Wednesday

Tuesday November 20th

In Class:

Went over the homework from Monday WS  Using Latitude and Longitude (Australia map) and WS Using Latitude and Longitude (United States map)

Handed out and discussed Elks Essay assignment Manahawkin Elks 2340.docx

HW:

Elks Essay due Wed Nov 28th  hand in early for extra credit

Test - Map Skills Tuesday Nov 27th

Extra Help next Monday

Monday November 19th

In Class:  

WS Global Grid   WS  Using Latitude and Longitude (Australia map) and WS Using Latitude and Longitude (United States map)

HW:

Finish worksheets

Road Trip Project is being collected.  Due to Hurricane Sandy students have until Friday Nov 16th to hand in the project. If students are unable to complete the project due to extenuating circumstances they were told to speak to me individually.

Friday Nov 16th

In Class:  

WS Using Latitude and Longitude (Nonesuch map) and Using Latitude and Longitude (Australia map)

HW:  

No HW

Thursday Nov 15th

Class Trip:  Amadeus

HW:  

WS From Here to There and Using Scale will be checked on Friday

Study for Wordsworth quiz on Friday 

Wednesday Nov 14th 

In Class:  

Students filled in Wordsworth Chart 2 and studied for schoolwide Wordsworth Quiz on Friday.

HW:  

Per. 7 and 8  Complete WS From Here to There

Tuesday Nov 13th

In Class:  

Completed WS Using Scale

HW:  

Per 2, 3, 5  WS From Here to There  Per 7 and 8  Using Scale

Monday Nov 12th

In Class:  

Completed WS  Reading a Legend, Finding Direction

HW:  

No HW

Road Trip Project was collected.  Due to Hurricane Sandy students have until Friday Nov 16th to hand in the project. If students are unable to complete the project due to extenuating circumstances they were told to speak to me individually. 

Social Studies Project - Road Trip

Due Tuesday October 30th

Handouts for Road Trip Project

Websites to use for Road Trip Project.docx

Poster directions.docx

gas expense chart.docx

Social_Studies_Road Trip Project_MP1[1] Directions.doc

Social Studies Project worksheet.doc

Websites for Road Trip Project

www.mapquest.com http://maps.google.com/

http://online.infobaselearning.com/Default.aspx      Facts on File from Virtual Library   World Geography and Culture Online  search by state

Virtual Library  World Book   search a state    

http://www.onlineatlas.us/    search by state

Wednesday October 24

In Class:

Students read and hi-lited an article on Bullying.  Students read a quote by Martin Luther King and wrote a one paragraph reflection on the quote.

HW: 

Finish the reflection piece for homework.

"Road Trip" project due October 30.

Tuesday October 23

In Class:  All classes saw the anti-bully presentation by STYLE per. 2, 3 and 4

Per 5, 7 and 8 spent one last day working in the computer room on their "Road Trip" project.

EXTRA HELP will be available on Tues and Thurs in A-7 to allow students more time to work on their project.

Monday October 22

In Class:  Worked on "Road Trip" project in the computer room.

HW:

Work on "Road Trip" project due October 30th 

Friday October 19

In Class:  Students worked on their projects using laptops.

Collected:  Checked WordsWorth Chart #2

HW:  

Work on "Road Trip" project due October 30th 

Thursday October 18

In Class:  Students worked on their project using laptops.

Collected 5 Themes of Geography chart on hometown

HW:  

WS Wordsworth Chart 2 Due Friday October 19

Wednesday October 17

In Class:  Finished PowerPoint

Handed out information on Road Trip Project - Due Tuesday October 30

Collected 2 paragraph writing response

HW:  

WS 5 Themes of Geography for your home and hometown.  Due Thursday October 18

WS Wordsworth Chart 2 Due Friday October 19

Tuesday October 16

In Class:  PowerPoint 5 Themes of Geography.  Complete WS from Monday

HW:  

Write a 2 paragraph response to the following question:  Should the Electoral College be replaced by popular vote?  Due Wednesday October 17

WS 5 Themes of Geography for your home and hometown.  Due Thursday October 18

WS Wordsworth Chart 2 Due Friday October 19

Monday October 15

In Class:  WS 5 Themes of Geography and Ch 1 Sec 1 in geography textbook.  Will complete on Tuesday in class.

HW:  

Write a 2 paragraph response to the following question:  Should the Electoral College be replaced by popular vote?  Due Wednesday October 17

WS 5 Themes of Geography for your home and hometown.  Due Thursday October 18

WS Wordsworth Chart 2 Due Friday October 19

Friday October 12

Continued assignment from Wednesday.  Get notes and WS if you are absent.  Discussion of Vice-Presidential Debate.

Handout - Advantages and Disadvantages of the Electoral College

HW - Writing prompt due Wednesday October 17

Write a 2 paragraph response to the following question:  Should the Electoral College be replaced by popular vote?

No HW

Thursday October 11

Continued assignment from Wednesday.  Get notes and WS if you are absent.

No HW

Wednesday October 10

Read Electoral College 101 in Junior Scholastic and completed worksheet on article.

No HW


Tuesday October 9 

Test - Written response to writing prompt on Nodira, DATE, UNICEF Case Study #1-4

Monday October 8

Study for Test on Tues.  The writing prompt will cover the following topics:  Nodira, DATE, UNICEF Case Study #1-4

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