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Saturday, April 21

  1. page Homework edited ... April 9-13, 2018 This week social studies classes finished the lesson about the 3 different t…
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    April 9-13, 2018
    This week social studies classes finished the lesson about the 3 different types of taxes and also learned about the concepts of debit and credit. Students had an assessment on debit and credit and wrote a compare and contrast paragraph in Schoology. Students started to learn about having a checking account and about installment debt.
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    Ms. Dodge.
    April 16 -20, 2018
    Students in world studies completed their notes for the digital project. Green day reviewed the grading rubric and started their projects. Purple day will start their projects next week. In social studies students experienced the Safe 2 Tell workshop provided by the counselor's office. Normal social studies curriculum will resume next week.

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Friday, April 13

  1. page Homework edited ... April 2 - 6, 2018 Students in social studies learned about personal financial literacy and fo…
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    April 2 - 6, 2018
    Students in social studies learned about personal financial literacy and focused on the 3 main types of taxes: property tax, sales tax, and income tax.
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    APRIL 20TH.
    Students in world studies focused on finishing an article about insect burgers and started taking notes on food waste. These notes will be used in their large upcoming project.
    April 9-13, 2018
    This week social studies classes finished the lesson about the 3 different types of taxes and also learned about the concepts of debit and credit. Students had an assessment on debit and credit and wrote a compare and contrast paragraph in Schoology. Students started to learn about having a checking account and about installment debt.
    Because of CMAS testing, students had a modified schedule and in world studies learned about interpersonal skills from Ms. Dodge.

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    8:21 am

Sunday, April 8

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    Spring Break from March 26 to April 2
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    income tax.
    THE SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSES HAVE BEEN GIVEN A PERMISSION SLIP TO ATTEND OUR FIELD TRIP TO JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT FINANCE PARK. PLEASE LOOK FOR THAT PERMISSION SLIP. IT MUST BE TURNED IN NO LATER THAN APRIL 20TH.

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    World studies classes finished reading their articles on the locavores and student had a quiz on the article.
    March 19-23, 2018
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    the article
    Spring Break from March 26 to April 2
    April 2 - 6, 2018
    Students in social studies learned about personal financial literacy and focused on the 3 main types of taxes: property tax, sales tax, and income tax.
    Students in world studies focused on finishing an article about insect burgers and started taking notes on food waste. These notes will be used in their large upcoming project.

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    11:53 am

Saturday, March 24

  1. page Homework edited ... Students in world studies are reading an article about the Locavores, the group that promotes …
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    Students in world studies are reading an article about the Locavores, the group that promotes eating local food.
    March 12 -16, 2018
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    March 19-23, 2018
    In social studies students started their new unit on Personal Financial Literacy. This work will lead to a wonderful field trip to Junior Achievement Finance Park at the end of April and beginning of May. Students received a workbook and started analyzing their interests and values in regard to future jobs. In world studies students are reading a Newsela article about European countries serving insect burgers as an alternative food source. Students are using CSR reading strategies to analyze the article

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    9:40 am

Monday, March 19

  1. page Homework edited ... Students will begin the construction of their presentations next week. (exhibit board, website…
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    Students will begin the construction of their presentations next week. (exhibit board, website, etc.)
    Students in world studies learned about the food supply chain by conducting an interview, watching a video, and completing a paragraph discussing the benefits and difficulties involved with the food supply chain.
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    5- March 8,9, 2018
    Students in social studies should have completed all parts of their National History Day research and students have printed their text and pictures in the library. All final projects will be completed/constructed during the week of March 12-16. Remember the school competition is on March 16th.
    Students in world studies are reading an article about the Locavores, the group that promotes eating local food.
    March 12 -16, 2018
    All social studies classes completed their National History Day final projects. The school competition to determine who would move on to the Denver Regional competition was held on Friday the 16th. Those who won will need to register on line for the Denver Regional Competition which will be held at History Colorado on April 7th. Letters are being sent home to those students.
    World studies classes finished reading their articles on the locavores and student had a quiz on the article.

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    1:26 pm

Monday, March 12

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    Students in world studies learned about the food supply chain by conducting an interview, watching a video, and completing a paragraph discussing the benefits and difficulties involved with the food supply chain.
    March 5- March 8, 2018
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    This week students in social studies should have completed their impacts for National History Day and started their thesis statements. All assignments are on Schoology and are able to be completed for homework if not completed in class. Students in world studies completed their notes on the 2 types of urban farms and wrote a complex paragraph arguing which type of farm would be most beneficial for Denver and why. That assignment is the concluding assignment for unit 3 .
    February 26-March 2, 2018
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    and bibliography.
    Students will begin the construction of their presentations next week. (exhibit board, website, etc.)
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    supply chain.
    March 5- March 8, 2018
    Students in social studies should have completed all parts of their National History Research and students have printed their text and pictures in the library. All final projects will be completed during the week of March 12-16. Remember the school competition is on March 16th.
    Students in world studies is reading an article about the Locavores, the group that promotes eating local food.

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    9:58 am

Saturday, March 3

  1. page Homework edited ... In world studies students investigated 2 types of urban farms, vertical farms and sky vegetabl…
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    In world studies students investigated 2 types of urban farms, vertical farms and sky vegetables. Students will be writing a persuasive piece arguing which type of farm is better for our community.
    February 19-23, 2018
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    February 26-March 2, 2018
    Students in social studies should have completed all parts of their National History Day research, including the thesis, conclusion, timeline and bibliography.
    Students will begin the construction of their presentations next week. (exhibit board, website, etc.)
    Students in world studies learned about the food supply chain by conducting an interview, watching a video, and completing a paragraph discussing the benefits and difficulties involved with the food supply chain.

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    9:47 am

Saturday, February 24

  1. page Homework edited ... This week students in world studies completed their CSR articles on the challenges our warming…
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    This week students in world studies completed their CSR articles on the challenges our warming planet are presenting to our plants and supply of seeds. Students in social studies completed their concurrent events and are currently working on completing their research on the opposition to their compromises. Students should be continuing to work on this at home. All assignments can be found in Schoology.
    February 12-16 2018
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    February 19-23, 2018
    This week students in social studies should have completed their impacts for National History Day and started their thesis statements. All assignments are on Schoology and are able to be completed for homework if not completed in class. Students in world studies completed their notes on the 2 types of urban farms and wrote a complex paragraph arguing which type of farm would be most beneficial for Denver and why. That assignment is the concluding assignment for unit 3 .

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    8:58 am

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