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Wednesday 2.25.15

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Wednesday 2.25.15
Children's March
Now, we will view a video about a historical event during the Civil Right's Movement: The Children's March.

While viewing, do your best to understand and retain as much information as possible. We should pre-read our questions so that we know what, in particular, we are intended to remember from this informative film.
Social Justice Poster Project
Next week, you will work with a partner to research a local, municipal, state, national, international, or global social injustice that you believe needs attention.

You will research your cause and prepare a poster to inform others about it and, hopefully, inspire them to want to help, too.

We will not be beginning the project now, but it will be of benefit to begin to list some of the injustices you feel passionately about.
Conclusion
Do Now: 2.25.15
CHOOSE one of the quotes below. Copy the quote and author name completely and accurately. Then, write a meaningful response.
"Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius."
Pietro Aretino


Independent Reading
Please read your independent reading book for 15 glorious minutes.
Targeted Reading Skill:
Comparing Two Accounts of the Same Event
1. Read the description at the top of the paper together, as a class.
2. Read the two accounts and keep a list (either on loose leaf or on the back of the handout) of the differences and similarities between the accounts.
3. Share with a partner and compare your notes.
"Genius is more often found in a cracked pot than in a whole one."

-E. B. White

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