9/30: Have everything off your desk except something to write with and your agenda. Fill out your agenda immediately today.
9/29: Study your geography notes silently
9/26: Have out all your homework to turn in today.
9/25: What amendment do you feel is most important?
9/24: Where in Europe would you like to go?
9/23: What other classes can you use summary?
9/22: What did you do over the weekend?
9/19: Be silently studying for your quiz with your homework ready to turn in.
9/18: What does the 2nd amendment promise?
9/17: What does the 3rd amendment promise?
9/16: What does the 1st amendment promise?
9/15: Describe 3 amendments if you can.
9/12: Who were the founding fathers?
9/11: What do you know about September 11th?
9/10: Who did not participate in the second continental congress?
9/9: What did you do with your unplanned day off?
9/8: School canceled
9/5: Be silently studying for your test today.
9/4: What have you done to be ready for your test tomorrow?
9/3: Begin working silently on USA maps.
9/2: Tell me all about your holiday weekend
9/1: No School
8/29: Be ready to turn in your bell ringers today.
8/28: Describe the Battle of Lexington.
8/27: Describe the Battle of Bunker Hill.
8/26: How can you use summarization in other classes?
8/25: Define Hemisphere
8/22: Have materials out and silently study for quiz.
8/21: Define assessment objective 1
8/20: What are the 5 themes of Geography
8/19: Describe latitude and longitude
8/18: What happened at Lexington Concord?
8/15: define latitude and longitude
8/14: Explain the difference between cultural and physical characteristics.
8/13: Define 2 types of location.
8/12: List free reforms of Prince Henry.
8/11: Tell me all about your weekend.
8/8: Define a primary source.
8/7: List the 5 themes of Geography.
8/6: Name the 7 continents.
8/5: What will be your biggest challenge this year?
8/4: Keep materials with you and sit silently for attendance.