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    September 28 - October 2

    Parents: We would like to direct your attention to the team brochure we mailed out after Curriculum Night (we did not mail one if you signed in during Curriculum Night). The team is asking for an activity fee of $25.00 to help cover the expenses of team events and field trips. Thank you to those of you who have already sent this in.

    We Need to Talk About an Injustice


    MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
    ELA
    MS. LEWADOWSKI
    Students will be viewing the film, Little Man Tate, a reflection of our Generation to Generation unit themes and upon completion of the film, will complete a reflective essay.

    *Medicine Bags are due tomorrow
    Students begin Figurative Language Warm-Ups and pre-reading activities for the story, Flowers for Algernon.

    Book Reports are due tomorrow-NO LATE BOOK REPORTS ARE ACCEPTED.
    Figurative Language Warm-Ups/Begin reading and discussion of Flowers for Algernon Figurative Language Warm-Up/Students will finish Little Man Tate film and begin writing assignment

    *Study for review test for -spec and -dict vocabulary words
    Figurative Language Warm-Up/
    -Review Vocabulary Quiz/Little Man Tate Essay/SSR
    MATH
    MR. SANDS
    https://sites.google.com/a/usd116.org/mr-sands-math/



    SCIENCE
    MRS. BRYANT
    No homework
    Began a science world packet
    Quarter Project Preliminaries
    No homework
    Quarter Project Preliminaries
    No homework
    Notes 1-3
    Flashcards 1-3
    Venn Diagrams 1-3
    Science Reading #2 due Monday
    SOCIAL STUDIES
    MRS. PECE
    *Assignment can be found in Google Classroom
    QW: Why do we study History?*

    TED Talk: Bryan Stevenson "We Need to Talk about an Injustice"

    Essay: What does this video have to do with what we've been studying in Social Studies so far?*
    QW: Describe what is happening in this political cartoon, and the impact it had on the Native Americans of the American west.*


    Using the primary resources we studied this week, create a Secondary Resource for either of the two battles that we studied this week.

    Options:
    Political Cartoon
    Drawing/ title / symbolic images

    Newspaper Article*
    Title of your newspaper
    Date of issue
    Headline
    Article short paragraphs – most details up front
    picture(s)

    Section of a textbook*
    Summarize the event in an unbiased way for students your age to read. Include images (pictures, maps, charts, political cartoons, etc.) Should be no longer than 3 paragraphs.
    Work time for projects. Finish as homework if needed. Benchmark EBA (must be completed in class) Finish TED Talk essay and project as needed. Projects due at end of class.

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