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Enjoy your weekend!

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STUDY FOR TOMORROW'S TEST

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finish study guide

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Do an other 2 sections of your study guide (roughly 10 questions)

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enjoy your weekend:P

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Print and do 10 questions from Egypt Study Guide

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Print & do.  The instructions tell you to print the paper and then write quiz percents.  If you were able to do this in class, you may just write percent for each in your agenda.
 
Here is the URL in case it doesn't hyperlink properly:

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questions from textbook:  pg. 113:  1a, 1b, 1c.  (Answer with complete sentences)
Optional - print essay format if you think you still need it.

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Weighing of the Heart:  Declaration of Innocence.
Write 10 sentences about how you're a good person.  They all need to be true, but they are allowed to be funny
ex.  I love my family.    I didn't bother my sister...today.  I do all of my homework.

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If you lived in ancient Egypt, which profession (other than pharaoh) would you want?  Why?  Explain in 1/2 page or more.
get test and notebook quiz signed if you haven't done so yet

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Nile Personification Poem

The Nile was very important to the people of Egypt. It was so important, that they even worshipped the river as a living thing. Pretend you are the Nile River. In poetic form, tell the people of Egypt all that you do for them. You may be happy, sad, angry, resentful, etc.

                -Use white computer paper
  • -Type or write (in ink & cursive) your poem
  • -Illustrate with hand-drawn pictures relating to the poem. Use color.
  • -Have at least 4 stanzas.
  • -Include important content:

             Water

              Silt

              Food

             Papyrus

           Transportation

  • -Heading on front or back

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Define key terms of Egypt (pg. 88-110) .  
- write word and definition (in your own words if possible)

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none:P
 

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Study for tomorrow's test.

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Enjoy your weekend!

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questions from the textbook
pg. 81:  1-8 (#7 is impact);     pg. 83:  1-6.
For both of these, just writing the answer is ok.

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Do 2 sections of your study guide

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Work on game board if necessary.
Print "Study Guide"

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Work on Mesopotamia boardgame.
Each group will assign their own individualized homework each day.  Doing homework is required.  Make sure I can see evidence of work .  (For example, don't say "I thought about ideas.")

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Work on Mesopotamia boardgame.
Each group will assign their own individualized homework each day.  Doing homework is required.  Make sure I can see evidence of work .  (For example, don't say "I thought about ideas.")

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Work on Mesopotamia boardgame.
Each group will assign their own individualized homework each day.  Doing homework is required.  Make sure I can see evidence of work .  (For example, don't say "I thought about ideas.")

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Work on Mesopotamia boardgame.
Each group will assign their own individualized homework each day.  Doing homework is required.  Make sure I can see evidence of work .  (For example, don't say "I thought about ideas.")

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Enjoy your weekend!

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Was Hammurabi's Code fair?  Explain.  (1/2 page or more)
Print "Mesopotamia Gameboard" due Monday (There are 5 pages.  Print front to back if you can)

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Which Sumerian achievements was the best?  Explain (write 1/2 page or more)
print "Hammurabi's Code"

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Answer questions from the textbook:  pg. 79:  2a, 2b, 3a, 3b

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Answer questions from the textbook:  pg. 66:  1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, 2c.  Use complete sentences

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Define key terms of Ch. 3 (Pg. 56-79)
These can be on notecards or paper
In your own words if you can

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print and do grade evaluation (with parent signature).
print & bring (don't do) essay format.

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finish map & questions
Get test and notebook quiz signed

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Define key terms:  society, hunter-gatherer, migration, ice ages, domestication, agriculture, megaliths
 
Write word and definition (in your own words if you can).  You may write on regular paper or do them on notecards.

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Notes - This is where I'll attach the notes that we take in class.  They will be added as we do them and grouped by chapter.

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none:P

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study!

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finish study guide

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Enjoy your weekend:P

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finish Latitude/Longitude Practice (2) (You printed this last night)
Use the Atlas in the back of your textbook (R33-R37)

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finish "Understanding Latitude and Longitude"
print & bring "Latitude and Longitude Practice"
(signed map quiz if you haven't already)

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print study guide & do one section
get map quiz signed (per. 2, I forgot to give it back to you, so you can do this tomorrow night)

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finish culture notecard

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Enjoy your weekend:P

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study for map quiz

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Finish Edlio/Aeries scavenger hunt.  If you can't get into Aeries with your previous username & password, go ahead and click "forgot password" and go from there.  If you don't finish number 8, that's okay.

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finish "Getting to Know your Textbook"

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Have all of your class supplies (list on course policy)

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Read course policy, fill out information page, get parent signature