Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Tuesday, March 11. 2014

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

D Block Social Studies 10 - Today I will ask you to brainstorm two questions...What is a rebellion and Why do rebellions happen? After a brief yet I'm quite certain brilliant discussion I'd like you to define the following: Family Compact, United Empire Loyalist, Clergy Reserves, Assembly, and Governor. I'll have you work on the two questions on the "Get to the Source: The Family Compact" section on page 53 of Horizons and we'll finish by looking at Clergy and Crown Reserves in Upper Canada.

A Block Social Studies 11 - CAMPAIGN ALERT...Today is speech day. You will have no more than 5 minutes to present your ideas to a group of voters (Me!). Be aware that they (I) may ask questions and expect answers from you in this heated and highly anticipated last minute push for the election finish line. Once the speeches are over I'll need you to hand in your campaign materials (your party platform) so that I can have a copy to review. Tomorrow we'll talk about group evaluations and the voting and tabulation stages will determine a winner. In the time that remains you may finish working on the Abrams v. Doug Collins & North Shore Free Press Ltd. (1996) B.C. human rights tribunal case (q 1-3). You may also work on your pressure group/lobbyist, media and civil disobedience questions (as only 9 of you have this complete and handed in).

B Block Geography 12 - You have a tectonics test this Thursday (March 13th). I posted a review yesterday and in your course outline there is a section on studying for tests and answering questions...please take some time to look over it this week and review for your test. Today we'll take the class to finish working on the Koko Head (Hawai'i Kai) topographic map assignment in your Canadian Landscape topographic map textbook.

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