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Finish State Judicial Branch Side

Finish State Judicial Branch Side (Page 331-333) 
 
Make sure to include 2 facts/details you learned from each of the 4 section headings (Just as we started on in class!)
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, April 20 1:31 PM

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Reading and Add to "State vs Federal Rights" Page

Please read pages 312-314 under the "Article Four" section. 
 
Add at least 5 points on the rights of both the states and the Federal government on your page titled "State vs Federal Rights."
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, April 15 3:28 PM

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House of Rep and Senator Look-up

Follow this link to go to the page to find your US representative and senators! (Place cursor over underlined words and hit "ctrl" and click at the same time)
 
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, April 13 12:59 PM

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See Teams for Friday, March 19th Task!

See Teams for Friday, March 19th Task!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, March 18 1:38 PM

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Mission T-Chart

On a piece of paper: create a T-Chart with the title "Methodist Mission" on the left side and "Catholic Mission" on the right side. 
 
Under these two titles, and using your notes/textbook, label: 
 
"Who did they send" 
 
"What did they do, make" 
 
"Where were their mission HQ's" 
 
"When did they come to the PNW" 
 
"Why did they come" 
 
Make sure to have the following number of bullet points for each of the above questions, on each side of the chart, respectively: 
 
3
1-2
1
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, March 16 1:01 PM

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Notes from Washington State Textbook

Please read and take notes, following our class format, on the section titled "Roman Catholic Missionaries" on page 78-79. Have a prepared response to the question: "Why was different about the Catholic and Methodist missions in the PNW?"
Created by Ryan Arneson: Monday, March 15 3:22 PM

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Treaties and Why They Are Important

Treaties and Why They Are Important 
 
Finish the task and submit via Teams!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, March 11 11:24 AM

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Graphic Organizer, Row #2

Graphic Organizer, Row #2 
 
Complete the second row from your graphic organizer located in Teams! You may only use the document titled "Languages Spoken in the PNW"(also in Teams!) where you will find the two maps that will help you in answering the question for row 2!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Monday, March 8 12:39 PM

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Finish Gathering all Research on Oregon Territory Project

Finish Gathering all Research on Oregon Territory Project 
 
Finish gathering all research on your Oregon Territory project before class tomorrow! 
Created by Ryan Arneson: Monday, March 1 3:34 PM

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Work to do on Poster Project

Work to do on Poster Project. By Monday have: 
 
-(#1) Map finished! Labeled and color added 
 
-Begin gathering research, working on the sentences for your "Native American Perspective" section!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Friday, February 26 1:03 PM

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Nootka Sound Controversy Notes

Please read the two paragraphs before "The Nootka Sound Controversy" on page 52, as well as the section titled "The Nootka Sound Controversy" on page 53. In your notebook, write: 
 
Who was involved? (What countries) 
 
What happened? 
 
Was it resolved? If so, how?
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, February 11 12:30 PM

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Read and Notes Page 49-50 from WA State Textbook

Read the sections titled "Spain" and "Russia" on pages 49-50. In your table that we created and labeled in class, please write (for both Spain and Russia): 
 
-Why did they want the PNW? 
-Who did they send to explore the PNW? 
-When were these explorers sent?
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, February 9 12:51 PM

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Finish Review and Study for 20 minutes tonight!

Finish Review and Study for 20 minutes tonight! Remember, you will be asked to remember (by heart!) three tribes' location and the spelling of their tribe for the quiz. 
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, February 4 3:26 PM

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Finish Tribal Identification

Finish identifying at least 20 tribes in Washington State as well as your facts on one of the tribes listed on our website: The Tribes of Washington - Washington Tribes 
 
You may write your facts on the back of your map. Make sure to tape this map and your notes in your notebook! Coastal tribes should be highlighted in yellow, inland tribes should be highlighted in green. 
 
You should have at least 4 facts from the tribe of your choice. You must include complete sentences when describing the 4 facts you chose!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, February 2 9:49 AM

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WA State Reading and Notes

Complete the reading under "Arrival in America" on pages 27-28. Complete the questions we discussed in class!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, January 26 2:56 PM

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Chapter 2 Reading and Notes

Please read in chapter 2 of your WA State textbook through the section titled "Manis Mastodon". In your notes include the answers to the following questions: 
 
-Where did the Manis digs take place? 
 
-Name 2 important discoveries of the Manis digs 
 
a.                                         b. 
 
-Define the following (FROM USING YOUR TEXTBOOK!!) 
 
a. Artifacts 
 
b. Archaeologists 
 
c. Pithouse
Created by Ryan Arneson: Monday, January 25 1:04 PM

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Study for Tomorrow's Quiz!

At home tonight, please study your Washington State Map. 
 
Be sure to include remembering: 
 
-The 8 regions. 
 
-Seattle, Everett, Tacoma, Olympia, Vancouver and Spokane 
 
-Mt. Rainer, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams, Mt. Baker
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, January 21 1:01 PM

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Notes for 1/12

Please complete your notes on your region(s) of Washington state before class this Thursday!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, January 12 3:09 PM

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Notes for 1/11

Notes for 1/11:
 
Please come to class with finished notes in your notebook from where we left off on page 4 (The paragraph begins with "Even today the climate changes...") to just before the next section on page 5 titled "The Land as we know it". 
 
Reminder: Take a note summarizing 2 paragraphs, thus every 2 paragraphs you should have a bullet point in your notes.  
Created by Ryan Arneson: Monday, January 11 12:46 PM

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Intro to WA State Regions

Intro to WA State Regions 
 
See Teams assignment for more details! Due Monday!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Friday, January 8 12:40 PM

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Chapter 6, Lesson 1-2 Review

Please complete your Chapter 6, Lesson 1-2 Review on Teams! 
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, December 8 2:57 PM

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Chapter 7, Lesson 2 Review

Complete and upload a copy of your review for chapter 7, lesson 2 to Teams. Remember the short answer questions are on page 239 of your textbook! 
Created by Ryan Arneson: Friday, October 2 2:30 PM

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Compare and Contrast Athens and Sparta

Upload your in-class notes on comparing and contrasting Athens and Sparta to our Teams account.
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, October 1 3:11 PM

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Take Notes under "Sparta" to the title "Athens" Page 235-237

Take the main idea out of each paragraph. Remember correct note format and to define the highlighted vocab words that you find!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Monday, September 28 1:39 PM

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Greek gods and goddesses Packet

Upload images of your Greek gods and goddesses packet to our Teams account. Make sure each of the 12 boxes has: The name of the god or goddess and its underlined, notes from our class PowerPoint in your own words, a colorful image/symbol that represents the god/goddess, and a colored cover page on the front. 
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, September 24 3:01 PM

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Turn in Chapter 7, Lesson 1 Notes

Turn in your Chapter 7, Lesson 1 notes (page 229-233) to our S.S class Microsoft Teams account. Upload the notes by taking a picture of them by Friday (9/18) morning! Remember to include a picture of your Greece map that we have worked on in class! 
Created by Ryan Arneson: Thursday, September 17 1:02 PM

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Mycenaeans Notes (Page 231-232)

Take notes from the section titled "The Mycenaeans" starting on page 231 and ending on page 232. Pull at least one main idea from each paragraph in this section. *Reminder* Look for and add any highlighted vocab words found in your readings and place them in the appropriate place/format in your notes!
Created by Ryan Arneson: Tuesday, September 15 1:23 PM