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It's hard to believe that next week is our last week of the semester. Remember to bring your Epistle Study Guide to class (and to email me a copy by the end of the day on Dec. 14). Also remember to study for your Logic test. Here is the assignment sheet for the week:
Lastly, our next History test will be in three weeks, on Dec. 7, over chapters 7-9. The lead-up to the Civil War can be very confusing, especially because of some of the complicated legislation that passed during that time. Here are two helpful videos explaining the Compromise of 1850 and the Kansas-Nebraska Act:
Also, there is a Bible essay due Thursday, Oct. 5. Students have the optional to complete the original, longer assignment, OR to choose a modified version of the assignment, which is shorter and more reflective. Both assignment sheets are linked below:
This week at home, students will finish reading the gospel of Luke. Here is part 2 of the Bible Project overview:
Hi, students and parents! Our first class session went very well yesterday. I enjoyed getting to know all of the students and was thankful that they all seem very comfortable with each other and with class discussion. This week's homework assignment, due Thursday, August 24, can be accessed by clicking on the button below. In preparing for our debate about whether to celebrate Columbus Day, students should remember to cite their sources and to prioritize primary sources over secondary sources, as we discussed in class. I look forward to continuing our discussion next week!
Lastly, just for fun, here is a cartoon from the Animaniacs, taking great liberties in depicting the voyage of Magellan. See if you can spot the accuracies and inaccuracies based on your reading from chapter 1!
Welcome, students and parents, to high school History, Bible, and Logic! I am so excited to get to know you all and to discuss the New Testament, American History, and Logic with you. It's going to be a great year. So that we can start strong, here is an assignment to help you prep for our first day together (click on the button below to access the assignment):