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Upcoming Dates to Remember:

Mid Quarter Reports go out on Friday April 29, 2011

Don't forget the PTO Fundraiser on Saturday April 30, 2011, Rain or Shine:)

Undecided Tutoring on Thursday this week! Embarassed

6th A Grade

April 25 to 29, 2011

Monday: Newspaper article over Christianity, due at the end of the hour on Wednesday

Objective: The students will evaluate the importance of the church in the spread of Christianity. 6D6

Tuesday: Newspaper article over Christianity.

Objective: The students will evaluate the importance of the church in the spread of Christianity. 6D6

Wednesday: Newspaper article over Christianity, due at the end of the hour.

 Objective: The students will evaluate the importance of the church in the spread of Christianity. 6D6

Thursday: Roman Study guide, test tomorrow

Objective: The students will describe how traditions change over time, how needs are met by the government, how cultural traditions affect people’s behavior, and the differences between Greek and Roman government systems.   3bB6, 6D6, 6F6,6I6

Friday: Roman Test

Objective: The students will describe how traditions change over time, how needs are met by the government, how cultural traditions affect people’s behavior, and the differences between Greek and Roman government systems.   3bB6, 6D6, 6F6,6I6

6th B Grade 

  April 25 to 29, 2011

Monday: Newspaper article over Christianity, due at the end of the hour on Wednesday

Objective: The students will evaluate the importance of the church in the spread of Christianity. 6D6

Tuesday: Newspaper article over Christianity.

Objective: The students will evaluate the importance of the church in the spread of Christianity. 6D6

Wednesday: Newspaper article over Christianity, due at the end of the hour.

 Objective: The students will evaluate the importance of the church in the spread of Christianity. 6D6

Thursday: Roman Study guide, test tomorrow

Objective: The students will describe how traditions change over time, how needs are met by the government, how cultural traditions affect people’s behavior, and the differences between Greek and Roman government systems.   3bB6, 6D6, 6F6,6I6

Friday: Roman Test

Objective: The students will describe how traditions change over time, how needs are met by the government, how cultural traditions affect people’s behavior, and the differences between Greek and Roman government systems.   3bB6, 6D6, 6F6,6I6

7th Grade

April 25 to 29, 2011                

Monday: Chapter 14 Test, you may use your Study Guides!

Objective: Students will be able to analyze how Europe has attempted to achieve environmental and economic success and identify the key differences in government and economies in the Sweden, France, The United Kingdom, Germany, and Poland. 6F7, 6G7

Tuesday: KWL chart on Africa, Map of Africa to be turned in tomorrow

Objective: The students will locate landforms and countries in Africa, and use maps to draw conclusions about Africa. 5B7, 7B7

Wednesday: Vocabulary on page 435, read pages 435 to 438, complete a Reteaching activity worksheet, to be turned in tomorrow.

Objective: The students will be able to explain how three religions changed the government structure and trade relations in the area and explain how these religions developed and changed over time. 5C7, 5F7

Thursday: Vocabulary on page 440, Guided Reading worksheet as students read pages 440 to 443.

Objective: The students will be able to explain the key features of Islam and explain how Islam has influenced the region’s government, economic decisions and overall attitude towards the world. 5C7, 5F7

Friday: Read pages 449 to 453, answer questions on page 453 #3-4. 

Objective: The students will be able to explain how European influence left the region in turmoil following World War I, identify the natural resources that the world needs and use the past conflicts to predict the future of the Middle East.  5F7, 5I7, 5J7

 8th Grade

      April 25 to 29, 2011

Monday: Read section 2 and continue taking notes in the foldable, it will be turned in for a grade. Answer reading check questions on pages 365, 367, and 368.

Objective: The students will explain how the idea of Manifest Destiny contributed to the nation’s growth.  3aF8

Tuesday: Read Section 3 and continue taking notes in the foldable, complete interdisciplinary activity on page 378

Objective: The students will explain how the idea of Manifest Destiny contributed to the nation’s growth.  3aF8

Wednesday: RTI/RTC trip

Thursday: Read section 4 and continue taking notes in the foldable and Chapter 12 Open Book Test

Objective: The students will explain how the idea of Manifest Destiny contributed to the nation’s growth.  3aF8

Friday: Turn in chapter 12 test, foldable, vocabulary worksheet and put up notes for the foldable and complete a geography worksheet for homework.

Objective: The students will interpret the causes of the Civil War. 3aI8

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