Wednesday, September 11, 2019

1812 Update

by Nathan McBee on September 11, 2019

Posted in: 8th Grade

I am attaching a permission slip to this update. I have been receiving a lot of emails asking when I was handing them out. If you recall, I sent them out last week with the students. So, I figured it would be better to just have it for you here on the blog to grab at any time. Again, the permission slip with the money has to be turned into me before September 27th.

Lt. Karr

by Nicholas Karr on September 11, 2019

Posted in: 10th Grade,11th Grade,12th Grade,9th Grade

To my students: Once again I have to be with my wife and family as we deal with hospital issues. I know I can trust you to listen to the sub and work to help each other. I hope to see you on Thursday. 🙂

Economics

  • Debate postponed until Thursday
  • Partner up or do this solo
  • Answer the question (at least half a page) first half of class
  • What would the world be like if there were no property rights? Describe in detail what this world would be like.
  • Second half of class is a discussion led by the class and the sub.

Indiana History

  • Sub explain 13 and 14 amendment (use your computer to supply the sub a copy of the amendments)
  • Make sure part 1 is done from yesterday’s assignment
  • Do part of the assignment

Ethnic Studies

  • 1 Page Double Spaced – Answer this question
  • If you had to live off of one meal for the rest of your life what would this be and why? A meal consists of an appetizer, entrée and dessert.

Psychology

  • Link 1
  • Link 2
  • Answer this question
  • What does it mean to be conscious? How does sleep and dreaming alter your state of consciousness? What impact do sleep and dreams have on you?

Assignment: Handout 7-2 SP-2 (1-17) all.

In class: Notes on Operations on Inverse Functions and Relations.

Assignment: Handout Unit VI Review (2) (1-20) all. Study for test!

In class: Finish Compass quizzes for Unit VI.

Assignment: Handout 3-3 B (19-29) all.

In class: Quiz # 1 (1-6) all.

We are continuing our look at the Revolutionary War by studying famous battles. We already know about Bunker Hill and Lexington and Concord, so now we are going to learn about Washington’s crossing of the Delaware in the winter of 1776. Check out this video:

We will need to know what happened before, during, and after this battle and why it is so significant.