Monthly Archives: October 2010

Book Response Two

Give the author, title, and number of pages you have read so far in your current independent reading book. Summarize what you have read so far then make comparisons in this book to events in your life and/or to other … Continue reading

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Reflection End of Government Unit

Former president John F. Kennedy said,”ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” Think back through the work you did this unit on governments. What do you think the government should … Continue reading

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October observation

A Dog’s Life The dogs in Venice prance across stone plazas, tails wagging, toenails clicking as they toss their toys at the master’s feet and wait for more play. Glossy fur shining, a dachshund scuttles through a crowded alleyway, calmly … Continue reading

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Connections & Patterns of Governments, Freedoms & Peace in Asia

Use the links available on the Students Reflecting on Asian Governments document available on First Class, as well as the notes you took in class to explore your thoughts on the following questions: What have you noticed about from looking … Continue reading

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Reading Response to “The Saddest Day the Summer Had”

What is the story “The Saddest Day the Summer Had” really about? Read the story as a wide awake reader, then use your book marker prompts to help push your thoughts deeper about the story. Include the following in your … Continue reading

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Governments & Liberty and Personal Freedom

Discuss the following related to governments on your blog: How much freedom should people have? One standard that people often suggest is this: You should be free to do anything as long as you don’t cause harm to others. Okay, … Continue reading

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October Observation Challenge

October Observation Observe dogs you encounter in Delhi. Where do you notice them? What do they look like? What do they do? What is unusual about the dogs or what they do or about how they are treated? How do … Continue reading

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