Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Tuesday, November 1. 2011

Today's schedule is C-D-A-B

C Block Law 9/10 - Today you'll be in the library so that you may continue working on your forensic science web page project. Do not forget that this assignment is due next Monday and you can check either yesterday's blog entry or Tuesday October 25th's entry for details. I can't stress this enough...Get it Done!

D Block Social Studies 11 - We'll spend time looking at the effects of 1917 (Russian Revolution & US entry into the war). The last thing we'll do is take a look at Canada's Hundred Days and General Arthur Currie along the fall of the Central Powers in 1918 and armistice. For the next two days we'll be working through the Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles. You'll get a work package of handouts and will be responsible for completing the following:

  1. Great Suffering work section questions A, B, and C

  2. Great Expectations work section questions A, B, and C

  3. Germany Re-Made: The Treaty of Versailles work section questions A and B

  4. Europe Re-Shaped: The Other Paris Peace Treaties work section questions A and B

  5. The League of Nations work section question B

  6. A Dictated Peace: The Treaty of Versailles work section questions A, B and C

To help with the Paris Peace Treaties and the Treaty of Versailles, check out the BBC History: The Ending of World War One

A Block Criminology 12 - Today you'll be in the library so that you may continue working on your criminology seminar project. We'll have a really short quiz tomorrow on property and white collar crimes and then we begin our presentations. I'll have a list that you can sign up for today in the library. Good luck.

B Block Geography 12 - Today we're going to the library to start our next project on Mass Wasting. The assignment is below and is also in the K Drive here at school in the Mr A. Young folder (K/Mr. A. Young/Geography12)

You can also find the assignment in today's section of your week 9 package. Today tomorrow are the only days that I can give you for research as the library is booked solid so you'll need to do some research on your own. Here are some websites to help...
Forest Service National Avalanche Center
United States Geological Survey Landslides Hazard
Federal Emergency Management Association Landslide & Debris Flow
National Park Service Mass Wasting
Geological Survey of Canada Landslides
Parks Canada Mountain Guide
University of Kentucky Earth Science Department Mass Wasting animation
Parks Canada Backcountry Avalanche Information
National Atlas of the United States Landslides
OUC Foundations of Physical Geography Mass Wasting

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