Take it here.
If, and only if, you finish your vocabulary story, you may watch the following video.
Once you've finished watching, you should create a Google doc and name it "Liquid" (Ex. "Arches.Davis.Liquid"). You may copy and paste the questions below into your Google Doc. Be sure to answer each question using complete sentences. You may need to use your internet search skills to answer some of the questions.
1. What are the Great Lakes?
2. Where is Lake Eerie? How does it compare in size to the other Great Lakes?
3. About how many shipwrecks have occurred on Lake Eerie?
4. Why would you have to have patience to be a nature photographer?
5. What are the minimum wind speeds that create these waves? How big can these waves become?
6. In the last thirty seconds of the video, Dave explains why he takes these photographs. Summarize his answer in your own words.
7. Dave obviously loves his job. What is a job that you can imagine loving this much? Write 3-5 sentences explaining your answer. When you're done, underline all subject pronouns and place all object pronouns in bold.
This week - the week of January 9th - you will be testing and working on a new story. You will have a great amount of freedom in regards to how you structure your story, but you do have a few specific requirements. Do the following:
Create a Google Doc and share it with me. The name should be "Vocab Story" (ex. "Denali.Smith.VocabStory."
At the top of the document, copy and paste the following words. Then, use dictionary.com to define them and write at least one sentence of your own. This will become your vocabulary words for next week (SAT Vocab #7). You will not be tested on them this week. Wednesday's test will only include words from them SAT #6 list.
After - and only after - you've finished defining the words above, you may start your story. Choose one of the three pictures below to write your story about. Be sure to tell me whether you chose picture one, two or three.
Your story must be follow these guidelines:
Don't worry, you'll be able to work on this story as you have extra time on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Good luck and have fun!
Use the following questions to create your Cornell notes.
1. What is the definition of government?
2. What is the basic purpose of government?
3. How do governments pay for goods and services they provide?
4. Where did the first complex governments develop?
5. What is the purpose of a constitution?
6. What are two differences between a limited and unlimited government?
7. What is an example of a limited government and an unlimited government?
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.