Step-Up Your Vocab and Feed the World
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This course is a study of federal, state, local, and tribal governments. Topics coved include national, state, local and tribal governmental structures, functions, and responsibilities, as well as citizens’ rights and responsibilities. This course will fulfill the one United States Government credit required for graduation. And if you believe that's all it's about it's going to be a LONG year. You may not know it yet, but this class is about you.
It's time to finish your Unit 3 project. Remember that this project is all about teamwork and how our government has to work together to get anything done. Did you decide to work with anyone else on this project? It's kind of odd that you can complete a project about teamwork without having to do any, no? Oh, well.
Ok, so I had another Idea to gain support for this whole recycling idea I'm trying to push. I've Ok'd it with Mr. Moses, so here it is. I think a great way to gain support would be a petition. Try and get as many people as possible from the school to sign it, and then hand it back to Mr. Moses. So here's what I need. About two people from each class day to volunteer to take the paper around through the different classes, and get it signed by as many students as possible. I'll take care of teachers. I can also take care of Monday PM, since it's my class day. I would like to get about eight more people, for the different days and times. Thats Monday AM, Tuesday AM, Tuesday PM, and so on.
Here's a cartoon for you blog readers to ponder about over this short school week.
Lots of students have been taking the offer to do their unit projects in PowerPoint. Those that have, have done a great job. I want to help each of you create presentations that will knock people's socks off and avoid this situation:
Quarter 2 - Week 4
Quarter 2 Week 3
Quarter 2 Week 2
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