The goal that we had today as students was to a create skit using a primary source that Mr. Little gave us yesterday, to determine how the North and South differed. My class hour was a bunch of fun, seeing what my classmates came up with their creative minds. Hopefully Mr. Little helped you get a better understanding of what the North and South were different in there opinions. Classes 4-8 (NOT INCLUDING 2nd )have to read 478-481 and due SPEC notes. Don’t worry it’s due on Monday. Expect period 2 you have to take the most important quote in the paper that Mr. Little gave you and illustrate it in another piece of paper that will be due on Monday as well. Stephanie R per.2
Today in social studies class, everyone wrote a short paragraph that summarizes the causes of the Civil War. You had to pick between political, social, economic, or cultural to show the causes that led to the war between the North and the South. Then, we shared and went over that in class. The class then got in groups and read different stories/ poems to underline important sentences that will be said and used in their skit. We will create the skits tomorrow. Our goal in class today was to have a good descussion about the causes of hte Civil War and to be ready to prepare our skits. There is no homework due other than to continue working on our History Fair.
In class, first Mr. Little collected our homework which was to read pages 448-451 & then answer questions 3-5. Also, you could have done SPEC (Social, Political, Ecomonic, & Cultural) Notes for extra credit. Next, for the whole period, we got to work on our History Fair Projects through https://accounts.google.com/ which are due sometime in the middle of March. The goal for today’s class was to collect more information for your History Fair Project topic. Have a great weekend!
~ Emily Sp
Today in social studies class, we leaarned causes for the cival war. First we started with the Missouri compromise in 1820. Then the Tarff of 1828. After that we learned about Nat Turner’s rebellion in 1831. Then the Tariff of 1832. Then the compromise of 1850. Then came the book Uncle Tom’s Cabin which was published in 1852. The Kansas Nebraska act of 1854. Then bleeding Kansas of 1856. Then Dred Scott decision of 1857. Then Lincoln Douglas debate of 1858. And finally John Brown’s raid of 1859.
Today in Mr. Little’s class we learned about the Presidents from 1829-1861 and how the presidents died and put new one in power. Also we started to learn about how the civil war started. First, the Missouri Compromise in 1820. Then the Tariff of 1828 and finally the Nat Tucker Rebellion in 1831, which was a horrific event. There are more reasons why the Civil War started but this is all we know so far. Tonight’s homework is to read pages 434-437 and answer questions 3-6. Its due tomorrow.
~ Kayla O’Leary 8th period
In-class notes for Tuesday and Wednesday: