Homework

Current Homework:


1. Current Event Papers


Breaking down the Current Event Assignment {These are only suggestions}:
  1. Find an article (15-30 mins to search, find, and skim the article)
  2. Re-read the article (5-20 mins)
  3. Complete the Article Information Section (10-30mins)
  4. Complete the Geographic Information Section (5-15mins)
  5. Complete the Informational Writing and the Basic Questions (30-60mins)
  6. Re-read and revise your paper before turning in for a grade
Optional: Revise your paper

***Revision Process***:

Email the following message to chull@nssd112.org:

Dear Mr. Hull,

I have revised the (name of the assessment {Current Event #}).

Here is the link (provide the url).

Thank you, Your Name 


*Please note revisions are only possible for the same quarter as the assessment was originally assigned only.



Helpful Links:



Group 1Group 2Group 3Group 4
1st CE Due Date01.26.16
02.02.1602.09.1602.17.16
2nd CE Due Date02.23.16
03.01.1603.01.1603.08.16
3rd CE Due Date04.12.1604.12.1604.19.1604.26.16
4th CE Due Date05.03.1605.10.1605.17.1605.25.16


Where can you find articles for your Current Event assignment?

***Students may revise their current events throughout the quarter. Students may revise their papers as many times as they desire. Revisions must be printed.***

What are the plague words for social studies? See here.

Need help getting started with your Current Event? 
Try this Google Doc - just open the document then go to File - "Make a copy" and rename it "Your Name - Current Event #"

Current Event Sentence Starter


***Starting with your 2nd current event paper - every time you use a Daily Problem vocabulary word (each word must be bold, underlined, and italicized in your paper) you will earn Recognition Points.

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If you have questions please contact me.

Fun Random Independent Learning Opportunities

Try out this vocabulary game - it is fun and helps you think: http://www.knoword.org/index.php

If you want to type faster try out this site: http://www.keybr.com/

Want to learn how to read faster? Try out this site: http://www.eyercize.com/practice/paste_read


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