Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Tuesday HW

202:

ELA:

  • Code-X pg. 37 finish section on perspective

US History:
  • Write down the story of how your family immigrated to America.

201:

US History:
  • Work on poem paraphrasing
  • Re-due homework from Monday night if you summarized the wrong article

Monday, November 24, 2014

Monday HW

202:

ELA:

  • Reading Response format. 30 min. Strategy 2 thick connections
  • Code-X complete page 36.

US History:
  • Complete Push-Pull organizers on German and Irish Immigrants.
    • For each box write down only what you think is the most important one for each.

201

US History:
  • Complete summary, 3 tragic moments of the Potato Famine, and your opinion about the following.

In today’s world the capitalist market rules. If you can afford it you can have it. According to the institute for Food and Development Policy/Food First: ‘Enough food is available to provide at least 4.3 pounds of food per person a day worldwide: 2.5 lbs of grain, beans, and nuts, about a pound of fruits and vegetables, and nearly another pound of milk, meat, and eggs. And yet, 852 million people in the world are hungry, and 16,000 children die of hunger every day.  Who controls the food and trade is the issue. How does this connect to the Irish Potato Famine. Explain.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Friday HW

202:

ELA:
  • Code-X pg. 34 and 35.
    • Explain each piece of evidence
    • Infer about each piece of evidence on what type of person it would be helpful to, and what type of person it would not be helpful to.
  • Reading Response format. Strategy 2 connections thick. 30 min.
US History:
  •  Outline pages 625-629 in your US history textbook
  • Then answer the following questions
    • What were the reasons the European immigrants were migrating to America?
    • Who were the "New Immigrants?"
    • What was it like on the boat ride over?
    • What is the point of an ethnic neighborhood?
    • Why do you think the children of immigrant families assimilate to the new culture better then their parents?
    • How did immigrants contribute to America?

201:

US History:
  • locate the reaming 4 things that he saw on that wretched day. For each one write down what it says in the text by paraphrasing in your own words what it is saying/means.
  • Mentor team we'll catch you up on Monday

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Thursday HW

202:

ELA:
  • Code-X pg. 34 and 35.
    • Explain each piece of evidence
    • Infer about each piece of evidence on what type of person it would be helpful to, and what type of person it would not be helpful to.
US History:
  •  Outline pages 625-629 in your US history textbook
  • Then answer the following questions
    • What were the reasons the European immigrants were migrating to America?
    • Who were the "New Immigrants?"
    • What was it like on the boat ride over?
    • What is the point of an ethnic neighborhood?
    • Why do you think the children of immigrant families assimilate to the new culture better then their parents?
    • How did immigrants contribute to America?

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Wednesday HW

202:

ELA:
  • Reading Response format. 30 min. Strategy: 1 thick connection, 1 thick question, 1 thick prediction, 1 thick inference.

201:

US History:
  • Write a letter or journal entry about what it was like immigrating to America.
    • Write a creative story based on real facts.
    • Include what it was like on the boat, when you first get to America, and how you assimilated to American life.
    • Include at least 5 struggles that you faced throughout the journey proccess.