Archive for September, 2008

Pearl Harbor Journals

Tuesday, September 30, 2008 14:09 No Comments

Startup 9/30 How did the US respond to the attack on Pearl Harbor? Today in class we proofread your Pearl Harbor journals. You then worked on and printed the final copy. HOMEWORK: Read and take notes on II. Japanese Victories and III. The Allies strike back (pgs 932-934).

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Pearl Harbor

Monday, September 29, 2008 12:42 No Comments

Startup 9/29 Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor? Today in class we reviewed the quizzes you took last week in class. We then reviewed the notes you took for I. Surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. I distributed your homework, which is a journal entry you have to write about Pearl Harbor. To help give you […]

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Quiz 1

Friday, September 26, 2008 14:49 No Comments

Startup 9/26 What advantages did Britain have during The Battle of Britain, while fighting the Nazis? Today in class we finished taking notes on section 1 of the packet; Hitler’s Lightning War. You then took a short quiz on everything we have covered so far. HOMEWORK: Read and take notes on roman numeral one of […]

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The Battle of Britain

Thursday, September 25, 2008 13:42 No Comments

Startup 9/25 How did De Gaulle and Churchill differ in their relationship with other countries? Today in class you worked in groups to outline specific sections of the reading. We then read together and examines the notes each group had created. Tomorrow we will finish taking notes on the section. We will then take a […]

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Churchill and de Gaulle

Wednesday, September 24, 2008 13:51 No Comments

Startup 9/24 Why were the Nazis able to overrun France so easily? Today in class I checked the homework from the past two nights. We then read a handout on Winston Churchill and Charles de Gaulle. After reading, we created a chart to compare aspects of the two men’s lives. HOMEWORK: Finish filling in the […]

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