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  • October 2nd and 3rd

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 10/3/2019

    Today we turned our Unit packet for Asian Kingdoms and we completed our Unit Test.  We completed class by defining the vocab terms on pages 2 and 3 of the new Unit Packet for the Spirit of Discovery.

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  • September 30th & October 1st

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 10/2/2019 8:00:00 AM

    Today in class we opened with the Journal question "Should the US send manned flights to Mars? Why or Why not?"  We completed the pages 25-26, 28-29 from the Unit Packet and we wrote a paragraph response for the DBQ.  Here is the Jeopardy Review for Asian Kingdoms unit.

    Unit Test will be on Wednesday and Thursday the 2nd and 3rd of October.

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  • September 26th and 27th

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 9/26/2019 2:00:00 PM

    Today in class we worked on pages 16 & 17 in the Unit packet before moving on to the DBQ Why did the voyages of Zheng He end?  We completed the DBQ pages from pages 19 in the Unit Packet through page 24.  We also completed the document 7 from page 27 in the packet using this link.  Our journal question was "Should we colonize Mars?"

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  • September 24th & 25th

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 9/24/2019 2:00:00 PM

    Today we had a quiz on the Mongols.  Students then completed page 6 from the unit packet and needed section 3 from Chapter 12 to complete this asssingment.  Finally we finished class by completing additional documents to be added to the unit packet about the voyages for Zheng He.

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  • September 20th and 23rd

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 9/20/2019

    Today in class students completed page 3 in the Unit Packet using the reading from page 2.  Next we watched this video about Genghis Khan answering these questions.

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  • September 16th-19th

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 9/16/2019

    This is a 2 day lesson that will take us from pages 9-17 in the Unit Packet.  We examine the Mongolian Empire and assess whether the contributions provided more harm than good.  The documents to answer the questions from the pages in the packet come from the following powerpoint.

    Mongols: More Harm Than Good?

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  • September 12th and 13th

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 9/13/2019

    Today in class we worked on page 4 from the unit packet using the following maps to complete the map activity.

    Maps of Asia

     The Journal question for today was "What makes Reno a good or bad place to live?"

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  • September 10th and 11th

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 9/11/2019

    Today in class we turned in the World Religion Unit Packet, the peer evaluation form and the Gallery Walk Worksheet as well as taking the World Religions Unit Test.  After completing the test studetns recieved our next Unit Packet.  Students needed to complete the Journal question "What are the advantages and disadvantages of a country isolating itself?"  After the Journal discussion studetns completed page from the Unit packet using section 2 from Chapter 12 of the textbook.

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  • September 6th and 9th

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 9/9/2019 1:00:00 AM

    Today in class we shared our world religion reserach projects using a gallery walk.   The handout we used for the walk is here.   Also studetns recieved the peer evaluation form that must be turned in next class as well.  If student was absent they will need to complete the gallery walk worksheet by completing a box for each ofthe 5 major religions after watching these videos about each of the 5 major Religions .






     Next class is the World Religions Unit test.



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  • August 28th-September 5th

    Posted by Chris Fredrickson on 8/29/2019 8:00:00 AM

    Today we continued with research for the World Religions unit and we will continue the reserach and preparation of the 7 foldables  for students to present their work on September 4th and 5th.  

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