HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION:
We began outlining our essay, starting with the introduction.
- Subject: “Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
- Focus: Themes and how they are supported by setting, plot and characters
- Claim: “The need for a perfect society should never outweigh our own individual liberties.”
Tomorrow we outline our main body paragraphs
“I can identify and use a variety of thematic maps…when I can analyze and use thematic maps to identify a region’s physical features, climate, vegetation, population density and economic activity.”
HOW have you met the learning target for thematic maps?
Review your notes and/or past assignments (2.2-2.7). Explain how you met the target by showing what you can now do using thematic maps. For example, if you studied the physical feature map of India, what physical features did you analyze on the map, and what did you discover about India’s physical features by using the map?
Explain what you have learned using examples from the assignments. The more examples you clearly explain, the better you demonstrate the learning target.
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY:
Turning first drafts into final drafts. Final drafts are due Wednesday 19th. Check Skyward to see if your son or daughter has completed their outlines and first drafts. Many still have not. Many are not using class time wisely.
THIS CLASS IS A REQUIREMENT FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION…