SCRIBE: Thursday January 18, 2018

WORLD HISTORY:

  • Current Events: (1) Korea’s Potentially Unified Hockey; (2) Bridge Collapse – Chirajara, Colombia; (3) Skiing as Transport
  • Period 3:
    • Finished Section 5 Questions, Imperialism:
      • ■What changes took place in Southeast Asia as a result of colonial rule?

        ■Why did some groups believe that the United States should colonize like the Europeans?

        ■How did the reforms of the Siamese kings help Siam remain independent?

        ■Which Western power (U.S. Britain, France, etc.) do you think had the most negative impact on its colonies? Explain.

    • Assigned the Imperialism Activity (1/2 sheet, WS).
      • Due Thursday/Friday January 25/26
  • HOMEWORK:
    • Current Events Quiz – Friday January 19
    • All excused and late work must be turned in by Friday January 19th (all make-up quizzes, etc. completed by Thursday January 18th)
    • Imperialism Activity/Project – Thursday/Friday January 25/26

AP LANGUAGE:

  • Current Event: Unified Korean Hockey Team
  • Periods 4, 6, 7:
    • Periods 4 & 7:
      • Took Vocab #14 Quiz
      • Discussed “Putting in a Good Word for Guilt”
        • rhetorical triangles were turned in last week
      • Assigned “Black Men in Public Spaces” (find it in your unit packet)- due next class period – triangle and annotations
    • Period 6:
      • Discuss Hamilton’s “My Shot” in small groups and large groups 
        • turn in WS with assertion of the song
      • Handed out two articles:In Hamilton’s Debt” by Paul Krugman & “The Hamilton I’d Put on the $10” by Cokie Roberts
        • Read, Annotate and Complete a Rhetorical Triangle for both
        • Due next class period
  • HOMEWORK:
    • All excused and late work must be turned in by Friday January 19th (all make-up quizzes, etc. completed by Thursday January 18th)
    • Vocab #14 & Roots #6A QuizThursday/Friday January 18/19
    • FINAL VOCAB & ROOTS – Check Finals Week Schedule

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