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Today in class
1.House-Keeping Activities
– Discussed changes to Homework assignments for the rest of the year.
New Questions for chapter homework
Planning for E-portfolio (Still in development)

2.Essay Question: Analyze this statement: “It’s still the rulers and the ruled.”
Use historical data, ideas, to support your essay using two of these three themes.

Political
Economical
Cultural

– Write your (First paragraph) Thesis statement then send it to me as a link from your Google Docs account to http://falvo@palmbeach.k12.fl.us

3.Lecture Notes – Review of Modern Era

Due Today
Bring Lecture notes and review packets to Class
1. Chapter #21 questions due March 8th and 9th
2.Online (T.H.E.) Exam-Chapter 14/15  Due March 8th/9th

Future Events

Ed-line
Ed-line  was updated last Thursday at  7 pm. I rushed through the grades to finish and post them because of the workshop on Friday, so,  if I missed something, simply bring me a hard-copy of the work and I will give you full credit.

Reminder: AP Writing Workshop
Just a reminder that every Thursday we have an AP writing workshop for our students from 3-4 pm. Please make sure you have rides ready to pick you up after the workshop session.

Notes From Your T.A.
Some students are still confused at to how to write a thesis statement. I urge you to come to the writing workshops on Thursday. For those students who have attended, Mr. Falvo and I have noticed a great improvement in their writing.

A few students have had problems with their Google Docs and receiving tests and other documents, such as lecture notes. IF THIS HAPPENS EMAIL ME IMMEDIATELY! I will be MORE than happy to send you a copy of anything posted. Also, if you have changed the email address you use for Google Docs, please send me an email from the NEW account. I am pretty good, but I haven’t learned how to read minds — Maybe next semester. =)

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About whapfalvo

Teach AP History teacher at William T. Dwyer High School...AP World History, AP US History, and AP European History.
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