Hull's Class Log

Daily Problem 2014-2015




Dates: Wednesday June 3rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
  • Lesson Title: Reflection
    • Lesson Directions
    • Homework:
        • None
    Dates: Tuesday June 2nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
    • Lesson Title: The Greens Day 2
      • Lesson Directions
        • Daily Problem
        • Video Conference Student Presentations
        • Threaded Discussion in Otus Blog
          • Ask two thoughtful questions about at least three of Ms Grimes’ students’ blog posts, and answer questions about your own.
      • Homework:
          • EP/CCA Assessment
      Dates: Monday June 1st (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
      • Lesson Title: The Greens Day 1
        • Lesson Directions
          • Daily Problem
            • Otus Poll Question
          • Example of Media Stereotype: Cabrini Green Gangland Video (play intro 00:00-01:20)
            • What stereotypes do we see in this clip?
          • Representation:
            • Ex. Who represented Cabrini Green in the Gangland Episode? (A: History Channel)
          • The Greens - video link
        • Homework:
            • Blog Post: Due 06.02.15: Write a two paragraph Otus blog post about what you like about your neighborhood/community and what you would like to change.
              • Include one picture of you in your neighborhood (e.g. you in front of your house, backyard, block, favorite restaurant, park, etc.). 
              • See Teddy and Sam’s examples in Otus Class Blog.

        Dates: Friday May 29th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
        Dates: Wednesday May 27th and Thursday May 28th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
        • Lesson Title: Genocide Test
          • Lesson Directions
            • Genocide Test
          • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper Revisions by 06.01
          Dates: Tuesday May 26th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          Dates: Friday May 22nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          Dates: Tuesday May 19th, Wednesday May 20th, Thursday May 21st (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          Dates: Monday May 18th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: IL Holocaust Museum Field Trip
          Dates: Friday May 15th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          Dates: Wednesday May 13th and Thursday May 14th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to the Cambodian Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Introduction to the Cambodian Genocide
              • Genocide Unit
                • Read the Genocide iBook Chapter "Understanding the Cambodian Genocide" - After reading the chapter answer the Basic Questions
                  • When was the genocide?
                  • Where was the genocide?
                  • Who committed the genocide?
                  • Who were the victims of the genocide?
                  • How were victims killed in the genocide?
                  • What was the genocide? (Brief description)

                  Read the “Choices Cambodia” Article from the Otus Bookshelf

                  1. What type of society did Pol Pot imagine for his people? Be specific and describe the many goals Pol Pot had. 
                  2. Write down ALL words or phrases you do not understand.     
                  3. Define and describe the term “Auto-Genocide”     
                  4. How is the term “Auto-Genocide” unique to the Cambodian situation?     
                  5. How was the Cambodian Genocide carried out?     
                  6. How many people were killed and during what years did this occur?     
                  7. How did the world respond to this situation?     
                  8. How did the United States respond to this situation?     
                  9. What do you think the political cartoon on page 18 means?
                  10. Answer the the basic questions for the political cartoon on page 18?     
                  11. What happened in Cambodia after the genocide?
                  12. Write down any questions you still have about the Cambodian Genocide.
              • When finished research the Diigo Cambodian Genocide Library
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.13 or 05.14
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Tuesday May 12th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to the Cambodian Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Introduction to the Cambodian Genocide
              • Genocide Unit
                • Read the Genocide iBook Chapter "Understanding the Cambodian Genocide" - After reading the chapter answer the Basic Questions
                  • When was the genocide?
                  • Where was the genocide?
                  • Who committed the genocide?
                  • Who were the victims of the genocide?
                  • How were victims killed in the genocide?
                  • What was the genocide? (Brief description)

                  Read the “Choices Cambodia” Article from the Otus Bookshelf

                  1. What type of society did Pol Pot imagine for his people? Be specific and describe the many goals Pol Pot had. 
                  2. Write down ALL words or phrases you do not understand.     
                  3. Define and describe the term “Auto-Genocide”     
                  4. How is the term “Auto-Genocide” unique to the Cambodia situation?     
                  5. How was the Cambodia Genocide carried out?     
                  6. How many people were killed and during what years did this occur?     
                  7. How did the world respond to this situation?     
                  8. How did the United States respond to this situation?     
                  9. What do you think the political cartoon on page 18 means?
                  10. Answer the the basic questions for the political cartoon on page 18?     
                  11. What happened in Cambodia after the genocide?
                  12. Write down any questions you still have about the Cambodian Genocide.
              • When finished research the Diigo Cambodian Genocide Library
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.13 or 05.14
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Monday May 11th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to the Cambodian Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Introduction to the Cambodian Genocide
              • Genocide Unit
                • Read the Genocide iBook Chapter "Understanding the Cambodian Genocide" - After reading the chapter answer the Basic Questions
                  • When was the genocide?
                  • Where was the genocide?
                  • Who committed the genocide?
                  • Who were the victims of the genocide?
                  • How were victims killed in the genocide?
                  • What was the genocide? (Brief description)

                  Read the “Choices Cambodia” Article from the Otus Bookshelf

                  1. What type of society did Pol Pot imagine for his people? Be specific and describe the many goals Pol Pot had. 
                  2. Write down ALL words or phrases you do not understand.     
                  3. Define and describe the term “Auto-Genocide”     
                  4. How is the term “Auto-Genocide” unique to the Cambodia situation?     
                  5. How was the Cambodia Genocide carried out?     
                  6. How many people were killed and during what years did this occur?     
                  7. How did the world respond to this situation?     
                  8. How did the United States respond to this situation?     
                  9. What do you think the political cartoon on page 18 means?
                  10. Answer the the basic questions for the political cartoon on page 18?     
                  11. What happened in Cambodia after the genocide?
                  12. Write down any questions you still have about the Cambodian Genocide.
              • When finished research the Diigo Cambodian Genocide Library
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.13 or 05.14
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19

          Dates: Friday May 8th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Week In Rap
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Week in Rap
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Wednesday May 6th and Thursday May 7th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to the Armenian Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • "Battle Over History" 60 Minutes
              • Genocide Unit
                • Read the Genocide iBook Chapter "Understanding the Armenian Genocide" 
                  After reading the chapter answer the Basic Questions
                  • When was the genocide?
                  • Where was the genocide?
                  • Who committed the genocide?
                  • Who were the victims of the genocide?
                  • How were victims killed in the genocide?
                  • What was the genocide? (Brief description)

                  Read the “Choices Armenian” Article from the Otus Bookshelf

                  1. ”What were the origins of the Turkish-Armenian conflict? Or where did the conflict between the Turkish and Armenians begin?
                  2. What happened to the Armenian population in Turkey?
                  3. What happened to Turkish officials who resisted to implement the policies against the Armenians?
                  4. How did the United States respond to this situation?
                  5. How did the International Community react to the Armenian Genocide?
                  6. Why is the Armenian Genocide referred to as “The Forgotten Genocide?
                  7. ”What happened after World War I ended?
                  8. What similarities and differences do you see between the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust?
                  9. What was the most interesting part of this reading?
              • Investigate Additional Armenian Genocide Links independently (link on the Otus Bookshelf)
              • Read the article: What Counts as Genocide? (link on the Otus Bookshelf) and write a Blog Post in Otus using the title "What Counts as Genocide?" to answer the question posed.
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Tuesday May 5th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to the Armenian Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Genocide Unit
                • Read the Genocide iBook Chapter "Understanding the Armenian Genocide" 
                  After reading the chapter answer the Basic Questions
                  • When was the genocide?
                  • Where was the genocide?
                  • Who committed the genocide?
                  • Who were the victims of the genocide?
                  • How were victims killed in the genocide?
                  • What was the genocide? (Brief description)

                  Read the “Choices Armenian” Article from the Otus Bookshelf

                  1. ”What were the origins of the Turkish-Armenian conflict? Or where did the conflict between the Turkish and Armenians begin?
                  2. What happened to the Armenian population in Turkey?
                  3. What happened to Turkish officials who resisted to implement the policies against the Armenians?
                  4. How did the United States respond to this situation?
                  5. How did the International Community react to the Armenian Genocide?
                  6. Why is the Armenian Genocide referred to as “The Forgotten Genocide?
                  7. ”What happened after World War I ended?
                  8. What similarities and differences do you see between the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust?
                  9. What was the most interesting part of this reading?
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Monday May 4th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to the Armenian Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Friday May 1st (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Week in Rap
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Week in Rap
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Thursday April 30th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Holocaust Information
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19
          Dates: Tuesday April 28th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Holocaust Information
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #8 Group 4 05.19

          Dates: Monday April 27th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Holocaust Information
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Genocide Unit
                • Go to the Genocide Unit Page and follow the directions for Investigating the Holocaust section
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Friday April 24th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Holocaust Information
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Wednesday April 22nd and Thursday April 23rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Holocaust Information
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Genocide Unit
                • Go to the Genocide Unit Page and follow the directions for Investigating the Holocaust section
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Tuesday April 21st (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Background Holocaust Information
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #8 Group 3 05.19
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Friday April 17th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

          Dates: Wednesday April 15th and Thursday April 16th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Background Holocaust Information
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Genocide Unit
              • On your Otus Bookshelf, in the Genocide Unit Folder, read:
                • Genocide iBook
                • Choices Defining Genocide
                  • While reading please take notes in your Genocide Google Document
                • Holocaust Reading
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #8 Group 2 05.12
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Tuesday April 14th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Understanding the term of Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14 *extension 04.15 or 04.16
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28

          Dates: Monday April 13th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Stages of Genocide
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #8 Group 1 05.05
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Friday April 10th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to Genocide
          Dates: Wednesday April 8th and Thursday April 9th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Introduction to Genocide
          Dates: Wednesday March 25th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Recap and Preview
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Civil War Tasks
                • See me after Task 2
              • Examining where we will go
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Monday March 23rd and Tuesday 24th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Story of Us "Division" and "Civil War"
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Story of Us "Division" and "Civil War"
              • Civil War Tasks
                • See me after Task 2
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Friday March 20th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Current Event Friday
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem 
              • Current Event Friday
            • Homework:
              • Revisions due 03.23
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Thursday March 19th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project and Civil War Presentations
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Revisions due 03.23
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Monday March 16th, Tuesday March 17th, Wednesday March 18th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project and Civil War Tasks
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem
              • Project 1800-1860s
                • Post Project: Individually Create a Google Doc
                  • Summarize your project
                  • Copy and paste your 1800-1860 stage two information
                  • Reflect
                    • What did you think of the project? Why?
                    • What did you enjoy? Why?
                    • What would you improve? Why?
                    • What grade would you give yourself? Why?
                • Turn in your project using Otus
              • Civil War Tasks
                • See me after Task 2
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Revisions due 03.23
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28

          Dates: Friday March 13th(Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Week in Rap
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem
              • Week in Rap
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Revisions due 03.23
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Tuesday March 10th, Wednesday March 11th, Thursday March 12th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project and Civil War Tasks
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem
              • Project 1800-1860s
                • Post Project: Individually Create a Google Doc
                    • Summarize your project
                    • Copy and paste your 1800-1860 stage two information
                    • Reflect
                      • What did you think of the project? Why?
                      • What did you enjoy? Why?
                      • What would you improve? Why?
                      • What grade would you give yourself? Why?
                • Turn in your project using Otus
              • Civil War Tasks
                • See me after Task 2
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Revisions due 03.23
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Monday March 9th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Week in Rap
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem
              • Project 1800-1860s 
                • Post Project Assignment
                  • Individually Create a Google Doc
                    • Summarize your project
                    • Copy and paste your 1800-1860 bullet point information
                    • Reflect
                      • What did you think of the project? Why?
                      • What did you enjoy? Why?
                      • What would you improve? Why?
                      • What grade would you give yourself? Why?
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Friday March 6th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Week in Rap
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #7 Group 3 04.21
                • CE Paper #7 Group 4 04.28
          Dates: Wednesday March 4th and Thursday March 5th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Tuesday March 3rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Monday March 2nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Friday February 27th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          Dates: Wednesday February 25th and Thursday February 26th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • 1800-1860s Project due 03.19
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #7 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #7 Group 2 04.14
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03

          Dates: Tuesday February 24th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Monday February 23th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: 1800-1860s Project
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Friday February 20th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Week in Rap Challenge (Sub) 
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.23.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Wednesday February 18th and Thursday February 19th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Looking West -
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.23.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 04.08 or 04.09
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Tuesday February 17th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Looking West -
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem
              • Reviewing the Constitution Test and make ups
              • Discussing the next unit
              • Work on Constitution Paper
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.23.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Friday February 13th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: The Day After the Constitution Test
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem
              • Reviewing the Constitution Test and make ups
              • Week in Rap
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.23.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Wednesday February 11th and Thursday February 12th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Constitution Test
            • Lesson Directions
              • Constitution Test
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.23.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Tuesday February 10th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Individual Study Time for the Constitution Test
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.23.15
              • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #6 Group 4 03.03
          Dates: Monday February 9th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Studying for the Constitution Test
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.23.15
              • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
          Dates: Friday February 6th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Studying for the Constitution Test
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.20.15
              • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
          Dates: Thursday February 5th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Studying for the Constitution Test
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.20.15
              • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #6 Group 3 03.03
                • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
          Dates: Wednesday February 4th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Studying for the Constitution Test
            • Lesson Directions
            • Homework:
              • Constitution Paper 02.20.15
              • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
              • Current Event Paper
                • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03 extension to 02.04
                • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
          Dates: Tuesday February 3rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
          • Lesson Title: Practicing Quizlet
            • Lesson Directions
              • Daily Problem
              • Practicing Quizlet
                • Students create a set of Quizlet cards for the Constitution Test
                • Students practice their Quizlet cards for the Constitution Test
              • Constitution Notes "What Else Should I Know" 
              • 6 Ideas the Constitution
              • Option: Students may begin their Constitution Paper in class
              • Homework:
                • Constitution Paper 02.20.15
                • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
                • Current Event Paper
                  • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                  • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03 extension to 02.04
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
            Dates: Monday February 2nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
            • Lesson Title: Learning Quizlet
              • Lesson Directions
              • Homework:
                • Constitution Paper 02.20.15
                • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
                • Current Event Paper
                  • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                  • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
            Dates: Friday January 30th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
            • Lesson Title: Week in Rap Challenge
              • Lesson Directions
              • Homework:
                • Constitution Paper 02.20.15
                • Constitution Test 02.11.15 or 02.12.15
                • Current Event Paper
                  • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                  • CE Paper #6 Group 2 02.24
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
            Dates: Wednesday January 28th and Thursday January 29th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
            • Lesson Title: 6 Ideas the Constitution Chart
              • Lesson Directions
              • Homework:
                • Marketing Project due 01.26
                • Current Event Paper
                  • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                  • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
            Dates: Tuesday January 27th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
            • Lesson Title: Marketing Assignment
              • Lesson Directions
                • Daily Problem
                • Marketing Assignments
                • Homework:
                  • Marketing Project due 01.26
                  • Current Event Paper
                    • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                    • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                    • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                    • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
              Dates: Monday January 26th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
              • Lesson Title: Preview the Upcoming Week
                • Lesson Directions
                • Homework:
                  • Marketing Project due 01.26
                  • Current Event Paper
                    • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                    • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                    • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                    • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
              Dates: Friday January 23rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
              • Lesson Title: MLK Jr. "I Have a Dream" and Week in Rap
                • Lesson Directions
                  • Have students Blog the Daily Problem
                  • Watch the entire MLK Jr. "I Have a Dream" Speech
                    • Discuss the importance of the speech
                  • Watch the Week in Rap (email is christopher.g.hull@gmail.com - password will auto fill)
                    • Afterwards have 1 student conduct the challenge questions and 1 student keep score on the white board
                      • Remind students their Amendment Marketing Project is due 01.26
                    • Homework:
                      • Marketing Project due 01.26
                      • Current Event Paper
                        • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
                  Dates: Wednesday January 21st and Thursday January 22nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: MLK Jr. Remembrance and Marketing Assignment
                    • Lesson Directions
                    • Homework:
                      • Marketing Project due 01.26
                      • Current Event Paper
                        • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
                  Dates: Tuesday January 20th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Marketing Assignment
                    • Lesson Directions
                    • Homework:
                      • Marketing Project due 01.26
                      • Current Event Paper
                        • CE Paper #6 Group 1 02.17
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10
                  Dates: Friday January 16th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Wednesday January 14th and Thursday January 15th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday January 12th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday January 12th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday January 9th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Week in Rap Challenge + Continuing the Constitution
                  Dates: Wednesday January 7th and Thursday January 8th - Cold Day No School

                  Dates: Tuesday January 6th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Restarting After Break - Constitution: Bill of Rights
                    • Lesson Directions
                    • Homework:
                      • Current Event Final Revisions Quarter 2 (Current Events #3 and #4) due 01.13
                      • Current Event Paper
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 1 01.20
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 4 02.10

                  Dates: Monday January 5th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Restarting After Break - Constitution: Bill of Rights
                  Dates: Friday December 19th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Finishing Up Before Break
                    • Lesson Directions
                      • Daily Problem
                      • Week in Rap
                      • Enjoyable Videos
                    • Homework:
                      • Current Event Paper
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 1 01.20
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                        • CE Paper #5 Group 3 02.03
                        • CE Paper #4 Group 4 01.06
                  Dates: Wednesday December 17th and Thursday December 18th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Tuesday December 16th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday December 15th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday December 12th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Wednesday December 10th and Thursday December 11th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Finishing your Constitution Study Guide Notes and Flocabulary's 3 Branches
                  • Lesson Directions
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #5 Group 1 01.20
                      • CE Paper #5 Group 2 01.27
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 3 12.16
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 4 01.06
                  Dates: Tuesday December 9th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday December 8th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Finishing your Constitution Overview Notes on the Constitutional Convention
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #5 Group 1 01.20
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 2 12.09
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 3 12.16
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 4 01.06
                  Dates: Friday December 5th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Thursday December 4th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Wednesday December 3rd  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday December 2nd  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Monday December 1st  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Preparing for the Constitution {Sub Lesson Plan}
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Post on What I know about the US Government
                    • Constitutional Convention Video
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 1 12.02
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 2 12.09
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 3 12.16
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 4 01.06
                  Dates: Friday November 21st  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Week in Rap Challenge {Sub Lesson Plan}
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 1 12.02
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 2 12.09
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 3 12.16
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 4 01.06
                  Dates: Tuesday November 18th, Wednesday November 19th, Thursday November 20th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: The Constitutional Convention
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • The Constitutional Convention
                  • Homework:
                    • Constitutional Convention Character Scripts due 11.18
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 1 12.02
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 2 12.09
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 3 12.16
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 4 11.18
                  Dates: Monday November 17th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday November 14th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Wednesday November 12th and Thursday November 13th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday November 10th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Friday November 7th  (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Week in Rap Challenge {Sub Plan Linked Here}
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 1 12.02
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 2 12.09
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 3 11.12 or 11.13
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 4 11.18
                  Dates: Wednesday November 5th and Thursday November 6th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday November 4th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • No School
                  Dates: Monday November 3rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Declaration of Independence Children's Book Project Reflection & Revolutionary War Pre-Test
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #4 Group 1 12.02
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 2 11.05 or 11.06
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 3 11.12 or 11.13
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 4 11.18
                  Dates: Friday October 31st (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Wednesday October 29th and Thursday October 30th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday October 28th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday October 27th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday October 24th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Thursday October 23rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Wednesday October 22nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday October 21st (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday October 20th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday October 17th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Colonies Test Revisions and Week in Rap Challenge
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Colonies Revision Directions
                      • Review your test.
                      • Identify (find) the questions you missed.
                      • Create a Google Document OR Write a blog post in Otus titled "Colonies Test Revisions"
                      • For EVERY question you missed
                        • Write the question
                        • Write the answer you original selected
                        • Write the correct answer
                        • Explain why you missed the question. This is an important question. Completely explain your thinking during the test.
                      • After revising all the questions you want to fix - write a short paragraph describing what you would have done differently if you could go back in time and take the test again. How would you have completed the activities differently? How would you have studied differently? How would you have take the test differently? Then explain what YOU WILL do differently in social studies as the year continues.
                      • Schedule a time to review your document/paper with me for your points.
                    • Translating the "Declaration of Independence"
                    • Week in Rap Challenge
                    • Enjoyable Videos
                  • Homework:
                  Dates: Wednesday October 15th and Thursday October 16th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday October 14th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday October 10th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Current Event Friday
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 1 10.28
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 2 11.05 or 11.06
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 3 10.14
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 4 10.14
                    • Open Note Colonies Test on 10.15 or 10.16
                      • Activities due on test day
                  Dates: Wednesday October 8th and Thursday October 9th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Colonial Activities Discussion
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Discussion of the Activities
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 1 10.28
                      • CE Paper #3 Group 2 11.05 or 11.06
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 3 10.14
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 4 10.14
                    • Open Note Colonies Test on 10.15 or 10.16
                      • Activities due on test day
                  Dates: Tuesday October 7th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday October 6th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday October 3rd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Wednesday October 1st and Thursday October 2nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday September 30th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday September 29th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday September 26th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Week in Rap
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Week in Rap Challenge
                    • Read an article of your choice from your Otus Bookshelf
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 1 10.07
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 2 10.07
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                  Dates: Wednesday September 24th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday September 22nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Monday September 22nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Friday September 19th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Current Event Friday
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Week in Rap Challenge
                    • Investigation of an article of your choice
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 1 10.07
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 2 10.07
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                  Dates: Wednesday September 17th or Thursday September 18th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday September 16th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Monday September 15th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Caine's Arcade
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Watch the video "Caine's Arcade" and answer the basic questions in your document titled "Your Name Social Studies #" underneath the heading "Caine's Arcade"
                    • If you have time...brainstorm and work on your political cartoon assignment
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 1 10.07
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                    • Political Cartoon Assignment due on 09.19
                  Dates: Friday September 12th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Current Event Friday: Week in Rap Challenge
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Week in Rap Challenge
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 1 10.07
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                    • Political Cartoon Assignment due on 09.19
                  Dates: Wednesday September 10th and September 11th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

                  Dates: Tuesday September 9th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Introducing Visuals: Maps
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #2 Group 1 10.07
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                  Dates: Monday September 8th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Introducing Visuals: Pictures with Captions
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 1 09.09
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30

                  Dates: Friday September 5th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Current Event Friday
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Week in Rap
                    • Annotating Article Practice
                    • Enjoyable Videos
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 1 09.09
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                  Dates: Wednesday September 3rd and Thursday September 4th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Close Reading aka Annotating
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 1 09.09
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30

                  Dates: Tuesday September 2nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: 7th Grade Essential Questions
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 1 09.09
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                  Dates: Friday August 29th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Understanding Perception
                  • Lesson Directions 
                    • Daily Problem
                    • Week In Rap Challenge
                    • Learning about bibliographic citations
                    • Article Investigation:
                      • See Otus Bookshelf
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Paper
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 1 09.09
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 2 09.16
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 3 09.23
                      • CE Paper #1 Group 4 09.30
                  Dates: Wednesday August 27th and Thursday August 28th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Tuesday August 26th (Periods 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  • Lesson Title: Essential Questions for 7th Grade
                  • Lesson Directions 
                  • Homework:
                    • Current Event Group 1 09.09
                  Dates: Monday August 25th (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)
                  Dates: Friday August 22nd (Periods 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9)

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