January 2018

*GENOCIDE:

  1. What does it mean?
  2. What contexts have you heard it from?
  3. Examples

*In Notebook, Write Your Definition of Genocide – Include Instigator (state/nation) and Targeted Group (racial, ethnic, religious, etc.)

*Compare/Contrast UN definition with your definition

*Assignment:

  1. Research Genocide Event and Include:
    1. Location
    2. Who was targeted? Why?
    3. How many died?
    4. Justifications used
    5. Photos (include map where took place)

8.1 Notes- Angles in polygons
homework- 8.1 Practice B WS #1-10, 16-27

Trig 1/31

by Casey Cecil on January 31, 2018

Posted in: 10th Grade,11th Grade,12th Grade

8.3.1 Study Guide
homework- transformations W.S.

Chapter 8 Test on Wednesday 2/7

Ceral Box Report

by Pamela Konopa on January 31, 2018

Posted in: Uncategorized

Families,

I have assigned a book report called a Ceral Box Book Report. The students have the packet and we went over all the “needs” to get the job done.

The report will be due 2/28/18 and a Commercial is also due at the same time.

This is a fun project, I hope they enjoy it, and you enjoy watching them do the project.  You may guide but, not do 🙂

 

U.S. Gov’t – 1/31

by Jeffery Brunnemer on January 31, 2018

Posted in: 11th Grade,12th Grade

*Record Grades for:

  1. Ch. 1 Vocab (33 words)
  2. Section 3 Review Q’s

*Assignments:

  1. Ch. 2 Vocab in Notebook
  2. Read Section 1 (The Colonial Period)

U.S. History – 1/31

by Jeffery Brunnemer on January 31, 2018

Posted in: 11th Grade,12th Grade

*Ch. 11-1 Mining and Ranching

*Assignment:

  1. In groups, Read Your Assigned Section
  2. Put Info into PowerPoint (save in Student Drive, only one needs to save)
  3. Present to Class Tomorrow
  4. Only have today to Work

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World History All

  • Video Analysis: Vikings attempt to take Paris
  • Written analysis of video watched (Due Tomorrow)
  • Analysis Question (Write 2 Paragraphs) – What are your impressions on an attempted siege? What did both sides do well and what did both sides do wrong? The Vikings eventually took Paris for 2 days until the French King paid them off. Was this siege worth it?

Psychology

Historical Topics

  • Presidential Decision Making Activity
  • Morals Behind War
  • Morals Behind the Nuclear Bomb

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Assignment: Handout 7-3 SP-1 (1-10) all.

In class: Notes on Square Root Functions and Inequalities.

Assignment: Handout 8-3 C (1-31) odd.

In class: Notes on Quotient Properties of Exponents.