Quote of the day

"You can fool the people sometimes, but you can't fool all the people, all the the time"
-Bob Marley

Friday, January 30, 2015

Super Bowl Weekend HW

202:

ELA:


  • Reading Response Format. Strategy choice, but need 2 examples. 40 min.
  • Code-X pg. 67-68 
    • Answer questions 19-26


201:

US History: 
  • Work on Progressive leaders task

Let's go Seahawks

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Wednesday.. two more to go..

202:

ELA:

  • Reading Response format 40 min. Strategy your choice

201:

US History:
  • Work on, but don't finish your progressive task

Monday, January 26, 2015

Monday HW

202:

ELA:

  • Reading Response format. Strategy trait finder 2 examples. 40 min.
  • Code-X read pg. 66. Answer questions 16-18
US  History:
  • Summarize all the different things Susan B. Anthony stood for and fought for.

201:

US History:
  • Compare and contrast Booker T and W.E.B. Dubois.
  • Annotate the poem Booker T-W.E.B. Dubois. 
    • For each stanza write down the different viewpoints for each man.
    • Who do you agree with more and why?


Friday, January 23, 2015

Weekend HW

202:

ELA:

  • Reading Response 40 min. Strategy 2 examples of traits. 
    • Use text evidence to support
  • Code-X pg. 63-65
    • Answer questions 7-9 and 11-15 using R.A.C.E.
US History:
  • Compete your section on Susan B. Anthony
    • Locate facts about her fight against equal rights and progressive movement
    • Answer your section question

  • Abolitionist: Based on the passage write down what type of women she was (trait) support with evidence form text

  • Educational Reformer: Why do you think Susan B. Anthony become a leader in the fight for educational reform? What experience led her in the fight?

  • Labor Activist: As an activist Susan B. Anthony what were all the things she was fighting for?

  • Temperance worker: What pushed Susan B. Anthony to join the fight for Temperance?

  • Suffrage: Summarize her arrest story, and explain it's importance to the suffrage fight?

  • Campaigner: What were all the things they campaigned for?


  • 201:

    US History:

    • Complete compare and contrast 3 column organizer on Teddy Roosevelt and Susan B. Anthony
    • Focus on their accomplishments listing as many as you can
    • Also find 2 traits that show how they're the same, and 2 traits on how they are different. 
      • Support traits with evidence. 

    Thursday, January 22, 2015

    Thursday HW

    202:

    ELA:

    • Code-X pg. 63-65.
    • Questions 7-9 and 11-15
    • Due Monday

    201:

    US History:
    • Summarize Susan B. Anthony and her progressive movements
    • Answer your topic question


  • Abolitionist: Based on the passage write down what type of women she was (trait) support with evidence form text.


  • Educational Reformer: Why do you think Susan B. Anthony become a leader in the fight for educational reform? What experience led her in the fight?


  • Labor Activist: As an activist Susan B. Anthony what were all the things she was fighting for?


  • Temperance worker: What pushed Susan B. Anthony to join the fight for Temperance?


  • Suffrage: Summarize her arrest story, and explain it's importance to the suffrage fight?


  • Campaigner: What were all the things they campaigned for?