Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No school.
Students took notes on Rise of the Dictators, Part 1. Students were given fill-in notes. Despite fill-in notes being used, those notes still need to be interacted with in order to earn full credit.
*Students at home, please be aware that the Stalin portion of these notes are in the part 2 video, which will take place on Thursday.
Students worked on the Munich Conference Answer Sheets. You will use the Munich Conference Packet to answer the questions in the Munich Conference Answer Sheet. When you get to the last page of the answer sheets, you need to make sure to cite the documents properly. If you don't remember how, please review the 'How to Integrate a Document Into Your Writing' packet and/or lecture. Students will have half the class tomorrow to complete the packet. It will be turned in directly to me.
Students used the first half of class to finish the Munich Conference Packet. It was turned in afterwards. Students then completed the Rise of the Dictators Fill-In Notes, Part 2. Despite fill-in notes being used, those notes still need to be interacted with in order to earn full credit.
Students took notes on WWII Begins in the right hand side of their notebook. Afterwards, students worked on Notebook Check 1, which will be submitted via Canvas. For new students, please look at the Notebook Check List and the Microsoft Lens Directions (notebook checks will need to be submitted as a singular PDF) and let me know if you have any questions.