Sunday, December 10, 2017

Current Work: Human Rights Unit
The course continues with a look at human right progress made in the 20th Century. PowerPoint template for presentations.


Past
     
Past Work
   
Sept 11, 12
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 10s. Five needed things sheet.
Sept 18, 19
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 20s. Five needed things sheet.
Sept 25, 26
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 30s. Five needed things sheet.
Oct 2, 3
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 40s. Five needed things sheet.
Oct 16, 17
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 50s. Five needed things sheet.
Oct 23, 24
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 60s. Five needed things sheet.
Oct 30, 31
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 70s. Five needed things sheet.
Nov 6, 7
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 80s. Five needed things sheet.
Nov 12, 14
Journal Entry
Two topics from the 90s. Five needed things sheet.
Nov 27
Follow these instructions perfectly, and create an essay you must type into this template, and following this Formal Writing Guide. A parent or peer will help you check the functional literacy of your instruction-following. Essays will be submitted to Turn It In.com to be checked for plagiarism and making the due date (not printed, nor delivered on memory stick) and must be redone if they do not follow the instructions, and with a new topic if they are even slightly plagiarized.
Dec 12, 13
Presentation
Two events relating to African American rights. Choose two events. One that's a "plus" as to the movement toward greater rights for African Americans in North America, and one that's a "negative." Follow this PowerPoint template exactly.
Two topics about the Holocaust. Choose one that's a place (Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Dachau) and one that's a person (Anne Frank, Viktor Frankl, Joseph Mengele, Adolf Eichmann) Write three sections per topic: some basic information about factors which led to the events that took place there/the person did, the event itself, and the outcome or long-term effects of the event.
Journal Entry
Two topics about Women's Rights: Choose two topics. One that's a "first" for women in North America, and one of: Mock Parliament, the Person's Case, Suffrage. Write three sections per topic: some basic information about factors which led to the event, the event itself, and the outcome or long-term effects of the event.
Two topics about Indigenous Rights. Choose one notable indigenous, inuit or metis person who contributed to the 20th century in North America, and also one of the following: Residential Schools, Hawthorn Report, Oka Conflict (1990), The Indian Act, the White Paper.
Follow these instructions perfectly, and create an essay formatted with this template, and following this Formal Writing Guide. A peer will help you check the functional literacy of your instruction-following. Essays will be emailed (not printed, nor delivered on memory stick) and must be redone if they do not follow the instructions, or if they are even slightly plagiarized.
A Pilot, a President and Dr. Suess. Follow these instructions exactly. Essay format template here.
 
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