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    September 7 - September 11

    Look for the Divergent Team Brochure in the mail: contact information, special events information, important dates to remember.

    MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
    SCIENCE
    MRS. BRYANT
    LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
    NO SCHOOL
    Introduce Science Readings and complete first one together

    Finish summary for homework
    Finish Science readings introduction

    Ecology Pre-test
    Notes 1-1 for Ecology
    Begin flashcards

    LANGUAGE ARTS
    MS. LEWANDOWSKI
    LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
    NO SCHOOL
    DEA Testing-Students will be taking this assessment DEA Testing-Students will be taking this assessment

    *Students will be taking a review test on -Ped and-Man words on Friday
    Context Clues Warm-Up/Copy notes on Vocabulary words/Topic Proposal and Brainstorming Exercises for narrative essay based on the story "Mrs. Flowers" Context Clues Warm-Up/Review Vocabulary Quiz on -Ped and -Man Words/Turn in brainstorming narrative essay activities/SSR
    MATH & ALGEBRA
    MR. SANDS
    LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
    NO SCHOOL
    https://sites.google.com/a/usd116.org/mr-sands-math/


    SOCIAL STUDIES
    MRS. PECE

    *Google Classroom assignment

    **Scholar assignment
    LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
    NO SCHOOL
    Students will log in on the Chrome Books today. Paper copies of work will be provided for students without permission to have a school email address.

    Quickwrite*

    Cartoon Analysis presentation / model
    Reconstruction Vocabulary Quiz

    Cartoon Analysis: Worse Than Slavery*
    Plessy vs. Ferguson
    Quick Write: What does equality mean to you?
    - Jim Crow laws
    Reread pgs. 177 & 178 in America: A History of Us as class
    -- Plessy vs. Ferguson video
    -- Brown vs. Board of Education video
    Discussion Exit Question
    Do you think segregation set up Africans Americans to be successful? Why or why not?
    Add the following to Reconstruction Timelines:
    Civil Rights Act of 1866
    14th Amendment
    15th Amendment
    Plessy vs. Ferguson Trial

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