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I saw the sun today…did you?

Block 1-  Students turned in the Fiddle Faddle Factory project and the languages of Europe map and analysis questions.  Synergy has been updated to reflect those students who did not turn in the assignment today. There is a 10% grade drop for first day late.

Block 2, 3, 4, and 5:  Students are wrapping up our environment study with the creation of a bumper sticker focusing on one of the issues studied.

ALL CLASSES:  Unit 1 test will be October 7!

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Missed you today!

Seems like we just got started!  I will be back tomorrow though!

Block 1:  Students did a language lesson that focused on the diversity of languages in Europe.  They have a packet that includes questions as well as a map and analysis questions.  This is due tomorrow. REMINDER the Fiddle Faddle Factory project is due tomorrow as well.

Block 2,3,4,and 5: Students completed the Environmental Issues notes and completed the questions int he packet given today.  The answers to the questions are due tomorrow.  Students also had time in class to work on the study guide.

ALL:  Test will be on October 7 over Unit 1.

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Welcome Back GeoBees!

Block 1:  Students worked on the finishing touches of the Fiddle Faddle Factory project. This will be due on Wednesday with no more class time devoted to the project.  Students may work with their partners during homeroom tomorrow if needed.  Check your rubric!

Block 2, 3, 4, and 5:  Students began the Environmental Issues of Europe today-this will continue on through tomorrow.  Study guide questions they can complete by end of tomorrow are: 2, 3, 4, 5, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 29, and 26.  Remember to love your study guide and it will love you!

ALL STUDENTS-Unit 1 test will be on October 7!  

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THE FRIDAY OF FALL BREAK DANCE!

Block 1:  We worked on our Fiddle Faddle Factory project today…one more day (Tuesday) to finish!

Blocks 2,3, 4, and 5:  We stopped to enjoy the view from Europe so far….students were given a study guide and time to work on in class.  As we have not yet covered all the material for the unit, students will not have complete study guides….yet!  The test will be Oct. 7th and will have the information they need by that date!  The items to complete by now….8, 11, 16, 20-25 and 27 and 28.  I encouraged the students to study these over the break and then they would have less material to include when we return.

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HAPPY CONSTITUTION DAY!

We had a wonderful celebration today!  The US Constitution was signed into law on September 17, 1787 and made history with those three little words “We the PEOPLE”….Can you recite the preamble?  How would you do?  Watch this!

Block 1:  Anything you need for your Fiddle Faddle Factory will need to be brought tomorrow.

Blocks, 2, 3, 4, and 5:  The Country Comparison checklist is due tomorrow!

 

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You know what day it is!

Block 1:  If you need any specific materials for your Fiddle Faddle Factory….bring it to class on Thursday

Blocks 2,3, 4, and 5:  Finish your checklist if you did not finish in class.

THURSDAY IS RED, WHIT, BLUE Day!

Loyal viewers….wanna celebrate in style?  If you come to me DURING homeroom and recite the preamble from memory-I will share a DOUBLE STUFF OREO with you!

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Strolling through Europe

Block 1:  Students completed the research and data collection for the Fiddle Faddle Factory project

Block 2, 3, 4, and 5:  Students practiced note taking as they compared Italy and Germany.  A venn diagram allowed them to make the comparison based on the standard characteristics.  Complete the Venn diagram if not completed in class.

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Happy Monday

Today students began a comparison of selected European countries.  United Kingdom and Russia is first…tomorrow Italy and Germany!

Blocks 2, 3, 4, and 5:  Complete the Venn diagram if not finished in class.

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A Day to Remember

Today, all classes reflected upon the events of September 11, 2001.  Students were given a document that can be made into a primary document by interviewing a parent, grandparent, etc.  and asking for their experience that day.  I am encouraging all students to take the opportunity to do this…it will be something that will be treasured for generations to come.  Please ask your child to share.  It will not be collected, it is for your family to keep.

Have a wonderful weekend!

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Adding layers

Today students participated in Challenge 4 of our Europe/Russia mapping lab.  Relationships between climate, location, natural resources and where people live were being made.  Tomorrow will be our last Challenge-all the layers are out together.  No homework.

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