|***New Policy**** No late work is accepted-a letter explaining the change is going home on Tuesday to explain the rationale. Introduction to Horror Genre Unit/Edgar Allan Poe Video and Notes||Figurative Language Warm-Up/Finish Edgar Allan Poe Video Notes/Begin "The Tell-Tale Heart"||Figurative Language Warm-Up/Guided Reading and Discussion for "The Tell-Tale Heart"||Figurative Language Warm-Up/Conclusion of Tell-Tale Heart Activities/Study for review vocabulary quiz on
-Port and -Miss root words
|Figurative Language Warm-Up/Review Vocabulary Quiz/SSR
***Book Reports due next Friday!
|Ecology Puzzle Worksheet||Present Food Web/Chain Worksheet
Introduce Poster Project
|Work on Posters||Work on Posters||No homework|
*in Google Classroom
|Population growth chart (on paper)
|Finish population growth chart, graph, map and questions.
Vocabulary words - students previously looked up definitions. I reviewed them and let them know if they had chosen the wrong definition for the study of industrialization and labor. I returned the lists today, and reviewed the correct definitions for the words strike, trust, and tenement. If a student did not get one back, they never turned one in for review. Here are the words in case someone needs to know which ones to learn.
trade (labor) union
|QUIZ Industrialization Vocabulary
Finish population growth work if needed, or review states for states test next Thursday.
|Clifford-Jacobs articles from the News-Gazette (see links above).
Read articles as a class. Discuss the content and vocabulary words as well as words that might show bias by the writer, picketers, or company personnel.
Notice how the vocabulary words relating to labor unions and industrialization are used.
|Industrialization Short video topics. View the videos and write down 5 things you found interesting, (or 5 boring facts) and 5 things you want to know more about (or 5 more boring facts.) ;-)
The Homestead Strike/
Labor Day's Violent Beginnings/
The Assembly Line/
Child LaborThe Molly Maguires: The Life of a Tragic History
"Nobody is bored when he is trying to make something that is beautiful, or to discover something that is true." -- William Inge