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Monday, September 26

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Monday, March 7

  1. page Black History Month edited ... 1-3 minutes long; did not speak loud and clear; did not ask if there were any questions Concl…
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    1-3 minutes long; did not speak loud and clear; did not ask if there were any questions
    Conclusion:
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    a world werewhere all discrimination,
    References:
    Black History Month [blog]. (2009). Retrieved February 27, 2011, from: http://blog.bluemountain.com/2011/02/17/black-history-month/
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  2. page Black History Month edited ... Examples of events: slavery, the Missouri Compromise, underground railroad, Emancipation Procl…
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    Examples of events: slavery, the Missouri Compromise, underground railroad, Emancipation Proclamation, education, Plessy vs. Ferguson, Brown vs. the Board of
    Education, segregation laws, participation in sports, Civil Rights Movement, "I Have a Dream", affirmative action, role in politics
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    W.E.B. Du
    Bois, Jackie Robinson, Malcom X, Emmit Till, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., Barack Obama
    A sign up sheet will be posted so that no two groups are doing their presentation on the same topic.
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    Use an image search to find 8 pictures that depict or represent your event or person best, to include in your presentation
    7. Create a presentation using Prezi
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    make your
    path flow logically between facts and pictures.
    8. Jump back in time to the classroom and present your findings to your classmates!
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  3. page The Water Cycle! edited ... After completing the experiments and projects, students will understand that water travels in …
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    After completing the experiments and projects, students will understand that water travels in a cycle. They will also understand the different parts of the water cycle which includes: evaportation, condensation, and precipitation. The experiments will give the students a better understanding of the cycle that produces our everyday water.
    Works Cited:
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    from http://www.kidzone.ws/water/
    water

    water
    cycle for
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    from http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=water+cycle+for+kids&view=detail&id=37579B0A96F828F8E147BBD512AA1E466D002F56&first=1&FORM=IDFRIR
    Created By: Danielle Frcasso and Nora Khadra
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Sunday, March 6

  1. page The Water Cycle! edited ... Conclusion: After completing the experiments and projects, students will understand that wate…
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    Conclusion:
    After completing the experiments and projects, students will understand that water travels in a cycle. They will also understand the different parts of the water cycle which includes: evaportation, condensation, and precipitation. The experiments will give the students a better understanding of the cycle that produces our everyday water.
    Works Cited:
    The Water Cycle. (n.d.). Kidzone - Fun Facts for Kids!. Retrieved March 6, 2011, from http://www.kidzone.ws/water/
    water cycle for kids - Bing Images. (n.d.). Bing. Retrieved March 6, 2011, from http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=water+cycle+for+kids&view=detail&id=37579B0A96F828F8E147BBD512AA1E466D002F56&first=1&FORM=IDFRIR
    Created By: Danielle Frcasso and Nora Khadra

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    8:20 pm

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