Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No school.
Students completed the Munich Conference Packet. This will be turned in directly to me and not a part of your notebook check. Use the packet to complete the answer sheets. This will be turned in by tomorrow.
For the last page of the answer sheet (the hypothesis), your responses should be 5-6 sentences a piece. Be sure to cite your documents properly. Please review the 'How to Integrate a Document Into Your Writing' for reference, if needed.
Students were given about 20 minutes to complete the Munich Conference Packet. Afterwards, students took notes on Rise of the Dictators, Part 2. 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 took notes on WWII Begins in the right hand side of their notebook. Afterwards, students began watching Dunkirk. There are no questions to go along with the movie. If you are interested in watching Dunkirk, it is available Hulu.
Students completed Notebook Check 1 and submitted it via Canvas. Please be sure to follow the rules for submitting your Notebook Check as a PDF. Students continued watching Dunkirk.