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Today’s Assignments: Day 81
Today in History/Social Studies, you will continue learning about the Civil War, including the Emancipation Proclamation.
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Read and Log
Read for 30 minutes. Record in your Reading Log.
Language Arts 8
Use a word processor to write an essay about anything you like, and include an image, multimedia, or table to go with your writing. You can use the 180 Days of Writing Prompts to get ideas. Use the Research Center and reference tools to gather information, and cite your sources.
Spelling Quiz: Take the Quiz.
Watch the video using Grid Paper to understand more about the average rate of change.
Math Quiz: Take the Quiz
History/Social Studies 8
Causes, Events, and Consequences of the Civil War
Take notes while reading the Civil War and Emancipation. Use the Research Center to investigate further.
- PBS: The Civil War and emancipation
- Ducksters: Emancipation Proclamation
- Britannica: Emancipation Proclamation
- Emancipation Proclamation
- Civil War and Emancipation
- Research Center
- Lined Paper
Chemistry of Living Systems
Take notes while reading Living Systems and James Grier Miller’s Living Systems Theory. Use the Research Center to investigate further.
Visual and Performing Arts 8
Visit CivilWarInArt.org to view and learn about art inspired by the Civil War.
Physical Education 8
Do the following exercises and record them in your P.E. Log. First stretch. Then do a minimum of 20 jumping jacks, 5 lunges on each leg, 10 sit ups, and 10 push ups.
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