H10 B - Week 5

April 29 - May 3

Monday, April 29

  • And we're back!
    • Get computers and finish up...
      • Outlines
      • Rough Drafts
      • Final Drafts
      • Deadline is extended until Tuesday, April 30 at 10pm.
    • Turn in any missing assignments
      • I am here to let you know what you're missing.
      • Work turned in Thursday or Friday is still being entered (Sorry! Achoo!)
  • If you are finished with all missing work and essay related stuff, pick up Antigone pre-reading activity.
  • Check out Antigone!
    • 1:10 (4th period)
    • 2:35 (5th period)

Tuesday, April 30

  • No Vocab warm-up - Vocab warm-ups will resume tomorrow (3/1)
  • Warm-up: On a warm-up sheet, write down what you know about civil disobedience.
    • What is it? Is it necessary?
    • If you don't know, don't worry! We will discuss.
  • Civil Disobedience Lecture Notes
    • Stonewall video
    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9wdMJmuBlA
  • Get a rubric (pink) that shows how your essay will be graded.
    • Do a "self check" on your essay, even if you have turned it in.
    • OR Trade with someone and check each other's work using the essay.
    • If you want to resubmit, you may until 3/2 for full credit
    • If you resubmit, you will not lose any extra credit you earned from turning in the essay early - those points are already in the grade book.


Civil Disobedience Notes:

Action with consequences from the State to promote or affect civic change.

Violent vs. Non-violent examples:

  1. Violent
    1. Stonewall Riots of 1969
  2. Non-violent
    1. Gandhi - hunger strikes, for example
      1. Satya Graha - Satya=truth or love, Graha = holding onto firmly
    2. MLK - Civil Rights Movement - people were willing to accept consequences for civic action
    3. Standing Rock - Dakota Access Pipeline
      1. Indigenous rights/water access 2012
      2. Watershed moment

Wednesday, May 1

  • Google Slides on Ancient Greek Theater:


  • Video on Ancient Greece:
    • Introduction to Hellas - Ancient Greek Society - 01


Thursday, May 2

  • Vocab
    • 1. grievous (adj.): causing or marked by grief or anguish
    • 2. prevail (v): to gain ascendancy through strength or superiority.
    • 3. abhor (v): to dislike something very much.
  • Read Antigone
  • Civil Disobedience Articles
    • Get into groups with at least one person per article.
    • Share your article
    • Discuss similarities

Friday, May 3 - No school (Progress reports)